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CANADA'S WELCOME TO SCOTTISH CURLERS.

CANADA'S WELCOME TO SCOTTISH CURLERS.

Halifax, Monday. The Premier of the Province, the Mayor of the city, and other officials joined to-day in the reception of the Scottish curlers' team, which haa arrived here for a tour in Canada and the United States. The proceedings took place in room in which the Strathcona Cu
January 2, 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Pros p ectus. is intended to apply, in due course, to the Committee the London Stock Exchange lor quotation of,

Pros p ectus. is intended to apply, in due course, to the Committee the London Stock Exchange lor quotation of,

and special settlement in, the Snares. Applications should be ma.de the accompanying form, and forwarded to the Bankers the British Empire Trust Company, Limited: Lloyds Bank, Limited, Bank of Scotland. 72 Lombard Street. E.C. 30 Bishopsgate, E.G. The Canadian Bank of Commerce,
June 3, 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PRINCE OF WALES IN CAMP.

PRINCE OF WALES IN CAMP.

The Prince of Wales, who is going through 'his first training under canvas as a private in the Oxford University contingent of the Officers' Training Corps Aldei;shot, spent, a. strenuous but apparently enjoyable day in camp and field yesterday under a blazing |sun. His face, ne
June 18, 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WEST PERTH LIBERALS HONOUR.

WEST PERTH LIBERALS HONOUR.

MR G. F. BARBOUR OF BONSKEID. Mr G. F. Barbour of Bonskeid was honoured by a representative gathering of West Perthshire Liberals in the Station Hotel, Perth, on Saturday afternoon recognition of bis Bervicee candidate the last general election. Mr J. R Vanmillingem, Leewood, Du
May 27, 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FORESTER DIES IN BARBER'S CHAIR

FORESTER DIES IN BARBER'S CHAIR

v WHILE HAYING HIS HAIR CUT. Donald M'Kinnon (70), forester, employed on an East Plean estate, died with traffic suddenness. He had gone into hairdresser's establishment at Plean, Stirlingshire, for the purpose of getting his hair cut, and expired sitting the barber's chair. Dea
May 27, 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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DUNDEE IS AFFECTED

DUNDEE IS AFFECTED

BY NEW PROPOSALS OF THE N.B.R. A circular has been received the ticket collectors and examiners in the service of the North British Railway Company stating it is proposed that from Ist November next the ticket collectors and examiners' scale will be altered from first to second
September 12, 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PROGRESSIVE MAHARAJAS.

PROGRESSIVE MAHARAJAS.

It a question difficult to settle between Englishmen and Indians as to who deserves most credit for the great progress made in the native States during the last fifty years. In The World's Work for December—an Indian number —there is an instructive article about some progressive
January 2, 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.

MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.

. AND STRAW, TuesSay.— hk.' er,l , o7s 6d 130s; erl ° r ' 'l, ' ' 'lienor 'dc C ha J. 112s 6d; !; " a' #5 to 95 ° : mixture and 4 i 6<l; straw, 38s per M i'Si-'i - Krt&r'^g ,~\ Mlth cotton buoyant may »ow Tuesday.-Messni BoutcWer- , 4.'.i the demand for 'Sr. T'sV • are extremely
December 4, 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NEW SCOTTISH COMPANIES.

NEW SCOTTISH COMPANIES.

Seven joint-stock oompanies have been registered Sootland this week, with capital ' £48,600, making 195 companies, with an aggregate capital of £503,690. The new ' companies are: The Methil Picture Palace Company, to carry on the business of exhibitors of moving pictures, &c. Th
June 15, 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MERCHANTS WILL RUN GAUNTLET.

MERCHANTS WILL RUN GAUNTLET.

Of Strike Pickets at London Docks To-Day, And Attempt to Save Perishable Cargoes. The transport workers' strike is meeting with little sympathy, even in quarters usually favourable to all such movemonts the part of the working classes. It has not been so successful yet its origi
May 27, 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland