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MYSTERIOUS AIRSHIP AT PORTSMOUTH

MYSTERIOUS AIRSHIP AT PORTSMOUTH

CAUSES SPECULATION IN NAVAL CIRCLLS. certain amount mystery attache# to the appearance over Portsmouth yesterday: afternoon of what was described as naval airship. . . The craft, in ooint and shape, resembled one of the armr dirigibles, and came! from the direction Aldershot, su
December 4, 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BIG BEQUESTS BY DUNDEE MANUFACTURER,

BIG BEQUESTS BY DUNDEE MANUFACTURER,

WHO ESTABLISHES FUND FOR WORKERS AND LEAVES £5000 TO LIVINGSTONIA MISSION. The late Mr George M'Gregor, retired hosepipe manufacturer, 40 Thomson Street, Dundee, baa his trust disposition and settlement directed his trustees, Mr James Kydd and Mr Richard Philip Kydd, both hosepi
December 4, 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
POTATO MARKETS.

POTATO MARKETS.

EDINBURGH, Wednesday.—Plenty of potatoes offering a.t 80s to 85s for best grey soils. While some buyers have bought at 75s per ton, the general price is from 80s 856, with fair amount trade passing.
May 4, 1911 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
STOCK EXCHANGE NOTES.

STOCK EXCHANGE NOTES.

VARIOUS FEATURES, GOOD AND BAD. CONSOLS ARE STEADY. HOME RAILS RALLY. (Specially Contributed to the Courier.) Laiiilon, Thursday Evening. Considerable* rmsettlement again marked the path of the Stock markets to-day, but there is little doubt that if it were not for the epidemic
September 19, 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SURREY ARE IN STRONG POSITION

SURREY ARE IN STRONG POSITION

AGAINST ESSEX AT LEYTON. ' Sheer hard work carried Surrey into strong position against Essex at Leyton yesterday before about 3000 spectators. The wiefcet, upon which Douglas put his opponents in first, after he had won the toss on Thursday, slowly dried into perfcct one, but de
June 15, 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SOUTH AFRICANS GIVE GOOD DISPLAY

SOUTH AFRICANS GIVE GOOD DISPLAY

AGAINST NOTTS AT TRENT BRIDGE. The South African cricketers are to be complimented upon a capital performance yesterday at Trent Bridge in their match with Nottinghamshire. On Thursday, Notts, batting first at the dictation of their opponents, had scored 224 for the loss of five
June 15, 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BRECHIN TOWN COUNCIL

BRECHIN TOWN COUNCIL

THREATEN TO RAISE IN CONNECTION WITH DA* 1 QUESTION. / Brechin Town Council met Lv. night. Prorost Beaton presided' once seen that there was elect air, the retaining -wall being the ; the agenda for the °'.y explained that yesterday masons commenced add tb the retaining -wall. I
April 18, 1911 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
I 'U THEATRE AND HIPPODROME U 7. TWICE NIGHTLY. 9- FRED CONQUEST & CO.. a Farcical Absurdity. " What a.

I 'U THEATRE AND HIPPODROME U 7. TWICE NIGHTLY. 9- FRED CONQUEST & CO.. a Farcical Absurdity. " What a.

Dog. TOM MACKIE. SISTERS EARLE. DAISY & DOT BROS. OOODY & WRIGHT, Striking Act. CAMILLA FEO. KINGSCOPE. HAL WHITBY COLUMBIA COMEDY TRIO their Original Operatic and Humorous Absurdity 'Booking Theatre) Daily, 11 4. Tele. f. PALACE. TO-NIGHT. ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME. Time Price
October 12, 1911 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The soothing, healing and tonic properties of Angier's Emu* adapt it to the relief and cure of stomach and bowel

The soothing, healing and tonic properties of Angier's Emu* adapt it to the relief and cure of stomach and bowel

disorders o fermentative, ulcerative, or tubercular nature. Simple and harm' exercises its soothine. lubricating effects throughout the entire jj, p 1 r _1 l._ K nrrtmntes It arrests fermentation, checks bacterial growth, and promotes action of the bowels. Doctors prescribe Angi
October 12, 1911 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SEAMEN WANT OWNERS TO CONFER

SEAMEN WANT OWNERS TO CONFER

ON CONDITIONS OF SERVICE. A oonferenoe of delegates the National Sailors' and Firemen's Union was held at Poplar yesterday in connection with the de- Imind for tho setting up of Conciliation Board. Mr J. Havelock Wtl9on, president, occupied the chair and the attendance, which, n
December 30, 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland