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WILL THORNE DECLINES INVITATION

WILL THORNE DECLINES INVITATION

TO KING. 7 1 *' M.P., ha* written the ''1 Town Clerk of Strat- , JSection with their Majesties' ' e of London to-dav ' > 'JV? ervoir at Chingford :— tr> Clerk,—Your letter of the in , pd, for which lam much is suggested from . 'h ha that Sir John Bethell and , iJ' J the nt, ativ
March 15, 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ALLEGED INCITING OF SOLDIERS TO TRAITOROUS PRACTICES.

ALLEGED INCITING OF SOLDIERS TO TRAITOROUS PRACTICES.

! Frederick Crowsley was remanded at Alder-1 shot yesterday on a charge of inciting soldiers to traitorous practices by distributing hand; bills in Aldershot Camp on Sunday which con! tained an appeal to tnem to refuse to obey their officers if called on for strike duty. The pro
March 1, 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
* The True Story " $ and Prison r?e,lC By Violet Charl^ eU i Specially written and now »j g

* The True Story " $ and Prison r?e,lC By Violet Charl^ eU i Specially written and now »j g

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March 1, 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CATTLE MARKETS.

CATTLE MARKETS.

DUNDEE LIVE STOCK SALES-Tuesday. At Messrs Scott & Graham. Limited's, weekly sale in Dundee Cattle Market the supplies offer were 119 fat cattle, 320 sheep and lambs, 12 milch tows and 35 fat pigs. There was the usual attendance of local and distant customers. Bullocks, which we
August 16, 1911 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FRENCH POSTAL OFFICIALS MISTAKE

FRENCH POSTAL OFFICIALS MISTAKE

RESULTS**^ n The story which'S* of certain circles 1 68 6 1 ,''./; violation of Gcn" ' e3 :€ :^e 0 French postal aut tfl ( :'■ investigation, into fete of an employee- . .of » 1 ' , French, British rf"P „s» ,' scaled W«, « the country , ( bags also contain capta addressed to the
August 16, 1911 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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WHAT WOULD HAVE HAPPENED

WHAT WOULD HAVE HAPPENED

r i The Chronicle <^j t V respondent, vfrl , ; e ° 0 ' ,j that if the rebel their purpose la* } ful division on the . fl ■, downe would leadership of ls" Lords. f retired from 1 Unionist party in the country- *- f ,r-.f rft\
August 16, 1911 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SPRING TIME

SPRING TIME

' ' &n d one of the greatil . De, y clothes for the VtQL, Mil < .'*X fashions are out, as s V°H" er " advertisement the entire spring ehoeen from an-
March 15, 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
METAL MARKETS.

METAL MARKETS.

(SPECIAL REPORTC TO THE COURIER.) LONDON, Friday Evening. Copper.—First 'Change was irregular, with at first little offering. June dates sold £54 12s 6d £55, half of July at £55 7s 6d, second half of August at £55 12s 6d and £55 ss, and three months between £55 6s and £55 15s. T
June 18, 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GIRL MAKES BRAVE ATTEMPT TO SAVE SISTER.

GIRL MAKES BRAVE ATTEMPT TO SAVE SISTER.

PATHETIC FATALITY AT FALKIRK A sad occurrence took place at Falkirk last night. _ _ About eight o'clock, while three girls, residing in Garrison Place, Falkirk, were gathering pieces of wood from the railway line at Grahamston Station goods siding, pilot engine, which was engage
June 18, 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GERMAN PLANS FOR OPENING

GERMAN PLANS FOR OPENING

OF OLYMPIC GAMES AT BERLIN. The British Olympic Council has from the German Imperial Committee for ithe Olympic Games of 1916 a draft programme for the games. This programme, which will be discussed at meeting the British Council on April 2. suggests that the Stadium shall be op
March 15, 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland