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Crowd cheers Granny Potter

Crowd cheers Granny Potter

Lord Provost Black returned the hospitality of Dundee's only centenarian yesterday when Mrs Robina Potter visited the City Chambers and had tea with him. Accompanied by her daughter-in-law, Mrs Bruce Potter, she made her first journey to the City Centre in four years in the comf
August 12, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GLASGOW RATES UP 2s 2d

GLASGOW RATES UP 2s 2d

A rates rise of 2s 2d in the £1 was recommended yesterday by Glasgow Finance Committee. The new rates will be 19s sd. This is made up of 7s 9d paid by owners and lis 8d by occupiers. In addition, there is the domestic water rate of sid, payable by occupiers.
August 12, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
COMPANY NEWS

COMPANY NEWS

Ripoingilles.—lo p.c. (same). & Hornsby —Div. on Ord. 11 p.c. net (same). Scottish 8.-ewerS.—Profit £116.032 and £83,405 brought in. Final on Ord. 6 p.c., making 11 p.c. (same) and £83.674 forward. William Denby & Sons.—Final 58'/, p.c., of which 16=5, p.c. is for previous year,
August 12, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Athletes fill show gap

Athletes fill show gap

Atholl and Breadalbane Agricultural Society show at Victoria Park, Aberfeldy, on Saturday will have a new look. This show, set in the heart of the hills, has always been noted for its display of sheep, and it will be strange not to see them this year. Foot-and-mouth outbreaks al
August 12, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PARTING GIFT

PARTING GIFT

Mr James Young, who has been student farmer at West Mains of Keithock, Brechin, for the past three years, was guest of honour at a farewell social in Gellatly's Tearooms, Brechih, given by Brechin J.A.C. Mr Young, whose home is at Castle Douglas, is going to Dunedin, New Zealand
August 8, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Hunt Ball Season * \( r V • There can be few finer collections of Evening Gowns anywhere than is

Hunt Ball Season * \( r V • There can be few finer collections of Evening Gowns anywhere than is

now to be seen in McEwen'a Model Gown Salon. tllcEtitem ST JOHN STREET <&»*ms!.,qoM He's a healthy lad with little to fear from some germs in unseen places. His home is clean pin, and Domestos the brushless lavatory daily use. Domestos keeps the glaze spotless, even round the hi
August 13, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SUMRIE • Tailored, Ready-to-Wear SUITS for MEN In solid West of England Worsteds in shades of Grey and Blue Grey

SUMRIE • Tailored, Ready-to-Wear SUITS for MEN In solid West of England Worsteds in shades of Grey and Blue Grey

at 15, 16 and 17 Gns. TAILORS. Phone 4727. 43 REFORM STREET, DUNDEE.
August 13, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DRESS WANTED. \\TANTED, second-hand St Andrews M.A. gown, reasonable price. Stewart, 105 Appleby Rd., Kendal. Westmorland. p WANTED, clothes in

DRESS WANTED. \\TANTED, second-hand St Andrews M.A. gown, reasonable price. Stewart, 105 Appleby Rd., Kendal. Westmorland. p WANTED, clothes in

good cond. for boy (7) and girl (5); state price. Box 2512 Courier, Cupar. DRESS FOR SALE. GENTLEMAN'S Hunting Stewart kilt (38 in. waist), jacket and vest (41 in. chest), stockings. Balmoral, sporran, garters; £23. Box P3846. GENT'S morning coat and Test, chest 38 in., dark gre
August 11, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MANY NEWCOMERS OUT TONIGHT

MANY NEWCOMERS OUT TONIGHT

BY ABERTAY. A bumper crowd will be at Beechwoodl Park tonight to see old rivals Harp and Violet in opposition. Both sides have won their opening games. Violet are forced to make one change in the team that overwhelmed Osborne, bant i s injured. Full-back Clark comes McKendrick s
August 8, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ROAD ACCIDENT STOPPED TRAMS

ROAD ACCIDENT STOPPED TRAMS

Power supplying the tram route between Farington Street and Ninewells tram terminus, Dundee, yesterday was cut in a road accident. A large motor van belonging to the Regent Tyre & Rubber Co., Glasgow, skidded and damaged a lamp-post and tramway standard carrying the overhead wir
August 8, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland