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FISH MARKETS.

FISH MARKETS.

PETERHEAD.—Fair - supplies of white fish. Large haddocks, 28s; medium. 245; large whitings, 8s; small. to rodlinsrs, 15s; flounders, 30s per box; lemon soles, Is each. ARBROATH.—Eight boats at line fishing landed light supplies; demand fair. Large haddocks, 20s to 255; medium, 2
August 20, 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS

SHIPPING MOVEMENTS

ARRIVALS AT DUNDEE. Aug. 18—Western Wharf —Cheshire Coast (467), Gill, Bristol via Aberdeen, goods. 19—King George Wharf—Glen (410), Reid, Christiansand, goods. Eastern Wharf—Eston (806), Harris, London, jute (cargo ex s.s. Nagpote). DEPARTURES FROM DUNDEE. Aug. 17—Louga, Southa
August 20, 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FLORAL DISPLAY AT GLENCARSE

FLORAL DISPLAY AT GLENCARSE

OPENING CEREMONY BY MRS F. NORIE-MILLER. Glencarse and District Horticultural Association staged their 11th annual flower show in the West Carse Hall on Saturda>. The display was up to the standard past years, entries being slightly tower the cut flower section, but the vegetabl
August 20, 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MONTROSE SALE OF WORK DRAWINGS

MONTROSE SALE OF WORK DRAWINGS

CANON RANKIN OPENS MISSIONARY EFFORT. The congregation of the Church of St Mary and Peter, Montrose, held a sale Saturday in the rectory garden, under the auspices of the Church Women's Missionary Association. _ Canon H. M. Rankin, the rector, in declaring the sale open, said it
August 20, 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FLOWER SHOW AT LAURENCEKIRK

FLOWER SHOW AT LAURENCEKIRK

outsta °E, Brilliant rns { /J show held * 4' followed > was P "of the e * sp ect ed / with some be , this was only >•.,» season.. sec IOD The h*V' j tion. , _ was o! , ' The »h°Vtti? ' , s 'S?"d: 'a*"- 4 Mrs Pearson- r0 : f The J"^"; S rs 1* |i, flowers—Me- joss, p cairn; > Hill
August 20, 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE HOUSING PALN PROTEST

DUNDEE HOUSING PALN PROTEST

graham . tET SCHEME te- t m St'eetclea Undpr the the !>?, ™ou°L D ™ d e Town bp b r»r ef der th * Jof th W cons idered r atlon ' and at a Town comrn 'ttee it 1 had Huite without & ■i"? ,o Mini^ &altV ll ® °^ nion the Scotland were \ ra CP get ah ead with W ' tho u. further ■?" b
August 20, 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
YOUNG DUNDEE CYCLIST INJURED

YOUNG DUNDEE CYCLIST INJURED

EACHER ' B ' ® B c«i k the 111 * ltVl car was tt te ir h me ,-Jch 'W t > """uion, ~ h ' ,\'\ « A down Rlv "side M S Cu Cai " t > 9 ge - w he of In. J °nie head > lS brother e K b- . ta,Wto "«- »>'4' \ a is'ri'' n VH> 5, 1
August 20, 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The drawings on a flag day held at Marykirk for St Dunstan's amounted to £2 14s 4d. Major Charles W.

The drawings on a flag day held at Marykirk for St Dunstan's amounted to £2 14s 4d. Major Charles W.

L. Ross, Kincardineon-Forth, has been appointd an honorary sheriff substitute of Fife and Kinross, and took the declaration on oath before Sheriff Umpherston at Dunfermline on Saturday. Major Ross a member of Fife County Council.
August 20, 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HEIL HITLER

HEIL HITLER

The accounts given to-day of Germany going to the poll in the great Hitler plebiscite make strange reading in every other country. During the war we had a crop of tooks on the working of what is called the " herd instinct " as manifested by various peoples involved in it. As far
August 20, 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BOMB LOCATED IN TAY

BOMB LOCATED IN TAY

ON ROCKY BOTTOM depth charge EXPLODED A live bomb which was accidentally dropped in the River Tay by a flying boat was located yesterday. A. charge was fixed to it and detonated, but it will not be established until today what the effect of the explosion on the bomb was. CHARGE
August 20, 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland