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TALK ON TIBET

TALK ON TIBET

A talk on "A Journey into Tibet " was given to Dundee branch, United Commercial Travellers' Association at their monthly meeting in Green's Playhouse on Saturday evening. Speaker was Mr J. C. Rudie who, in 1935, visited Gyantse, the farthest point in Tibet to which travellers ar
November 9, 1953 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE COMMUNIST GAME

THE COMMUNIST GAME

Russia has one great advantage in her dealings with the West. Free nations are so anxious for peace that the slightest gesture from the Soviets raises a wave of expectancy. Nothing ever comes of it. Yet still Moscow Notes and speeches are conned for a friendly word. No matter ho
November 9, 1953 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Epic of Empire

Epic of Empire

186 Fleet Street, London, v. Monday Evening. ‘be j .. * lv erance, as if by a miracle, of r >y 1500 men, women, and from the fire which swept troopship Empire Windrush made a deep impress ion. no end to the tributes paid to concerned—the master, crew, passengers, whose bravery,
March 30, 1954 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NOTTINGHA

NOTTINGHA

2.O—ROBIN HOOD TWO-YEAR-OLD PLATE (5 vrlongs). NUkl (Gordon-Bowsher), 9 st. R. Reader Full Plate (J. A. Waugh), 9-0 T. Gosling Just Henry (Button). 9-0 J. Greenaway Harding (EUeyl. 9-0 E- Britt T.V.T. (T. H. Yates), 9-0 .. L. Piggott Steepleton (Carlos Clarke). 9-0 .... Kittiwak
March 30, 1954 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NATIONAL LEAGUE

NATIONAL LEAGUE

P. W. D. L. F. A. Pts. Pirates 24 4 5 164 72 52 Dions 32 17 5 10 131 108 39 Panthers .... 32 19 1 12 147 106 39 Royals 13 8 12 120 114 Raiders .... 32 13 2 17 127 28 Tigers 32 8 6 18 161 207 22 Flyers 32 5 2 25 105 200 12 First 44 cap Hamish By Our Rugby ° j Hamish Kemp, red-hai
March 30, 1954 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HARELLA

HARELLA

and under— hips 36 L. HARRIS () LTD., 243 regent st.. London, wj M6H M#6£ for women of 5' 3" BUTTON QUARTET. Douolebreasted with a difference —the buttons taper to the waist instead of being set four-square. Back fullness is caught at the waist with a half-belt. Melange worsted
April 5, 1954 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HOME SERVICE Premiums on over 5,000 regularly at policyholders’ homes. Claims Almost £3,000,000 paid last year to holders endowment assurances.

HOME SERVICE Premiums on over 5,000 regularly at policyholders’ homes. Claims Almost £3,000,000 paid last year to holders endowment assurances.

• c 1 ,000 life assurance police s’ homes. Claims paid .O'”’ A SHARE IN PROFITS . . . Over £1,742,000 allotted this year to provide policyholders. This is £174,000 more than last ye^' SECURITY . . . Funds of £85,000,000 as policyholders' security Annual Report for 1953. ORDINARY
April 5, 1954 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NEWS! The New ADA ELECTRIC | NC MACHINE has arrived and is well worth seeing. This is the ONLY small

NEWS! The New ADA ELECTRIC | NC MACHINE has arrived and is well worth seeing. This is the ONLY small

machine that WASHES, BOILS, WRINGS, and IRONS ELECTRICALLY THROUGHOUT. INEXPENSIVELY PRICED AT £35 (Plus Tax.) SOLE AGENT DUNDEE and DISTRICT, DAVID N. CRABB, Electrical Contractor, 7 COMMERCIAL STREET, DUNDEE PHONE 2790.
April 5, 1954 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
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September 8, 1954 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland