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THE CULTIVATION OF FLAX.

THE CULTIVATION OF FLAX.

f From the A<jricultural Gazette. J •The Flax Cause' favourably progressing. Dickson, who has often urged its importance in our column*, continues his labours. Mr Warnes, who has lately published a second edition of his work on the subject, is addressing large meetings of farmer
April 27, 1847 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Elegance, Fashion, and Economy. MILLER'S fashionable hatiing establishment, SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, 2 REFORM STREET. 2 THE Proprietors of

Elegance, Fashion, and Economy. MILLER'S fashionable hatiing establishment, SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, 2 REFORM STREET. 2 THE Proprietors of

this Establishment (which now undergoing ex ten si re improvements) announce the arrival of a very rich and large assortment of HATS AND CAPS FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER SEASONS, selected with care, one of the Partners, from Houses o Continental and Metropolitan celebrity* J. and
April 27, 1847 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Political Extracts.

Political Extracts.

STATE OF THE MONEY MARKET. (From the Morning Post of Saturday.) The whole of the business affairs of the nation are again thrown into a state danger and difficulty by the want of money to carry them on. In some respzcts things present a worse aspect than they did some months ago
August 10, 1847 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Our Library Table.

Our Library Table.

The Book of the Farm, by Henry Stephen, F.R.S.E. Part 11. Blackwood and Sons. The second part of this valuable work contains the concluding remarks upon the labours of the Winter season, and brings down the work of the farm to the end of Springembracing a vast variety of importa
March 21, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PATENT GAS LUSTRES, GAS FITTINGS, AND PATENT GAS BURNERS. SUTHERLAND and MURDOCH beg respectfully to intimate that they have, in

PATENT GAS LUSTRES, GAS FITTINGS, AND PATENT GAS BURNERS. SUTHERLAND and MURDOCH beg respectfully to intimate that they have, in

connection with their Establishment, OPENED that SHOP, No. 15 Reform Street, with a Choice assortment of PATENT GAS LUSTRES, PEXDANTS, and BRACKETS, with every other article in the line. S. and M. take this opportunity of strongly recommending the new PATENT GAS BURNER,in imitat
October 7, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
COMMERCIAL EPITOME.

COMMERCIAL EPITOME.

Frcm tke Economist.) Although those branches of trade immediately connected with the continent, there has been, daring the last week, less animation, yet in the home tr«de there the most marked and vi-ible evidences improvement. And what is noticed as one of the best signs healt
January 24, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
JOHN WATSON, GUN-MAKER, CUTLER, AND RUPTURE bandage maker, RETURNS grateful acknowledgment for the liberal share of patronage he has received

JOHN WATSON, GUN-MAKER, CUTLER, AND RUPTURE bandage maker, RETURNS grateful acknowledgment for the liberal share of patronage he has received

these last thirtv years, and begs leave to intimate that his STOC K of GUN'S is now varied and complete, consisting of Doublebarrelled Guns, Fowling Pieces, Ball Guns, Rifle Guns, Ship Muskets, Pocket Pistols, &c., which, for quality and price, cannot be surpassed by anv in the
January 24, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Local Intelligence.

Local Intelligence.

DUNDEE. TRADE REPORT. During the past week our markets have undergone; no change. Flax of all sorts maintains its value, and is expected to advance as the season progresses, owing to the recent very unfavourable reports of the present year's crop both in Russia and Prussia —the
December 9, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MONTROSE.

MONTROSE.

Soup-Kitchen.—We are happy to have it in our power to record the renewed liberal and timely donations from the Right Hon. Lord Panraure (per Provost Jameson), £25 0 0 Alex. Renny Tailyour, Esq. of Borrowfield, . Messrs Richards & Co., . • • • * 20 Miss Scott, late of Rossie, • •
December 9, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Agriculture.

Agriculture.

REVIEW THE BRITISH CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK. ( From the Mark Lane Express of Monday. The weather has been uninterruptedly fine during the week, with just sufficient moisture to promote vegetation; and a decided improvement has been wrought in tne aspect of the country. Mo
May 25, 1847 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland