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GRAIN MARKETS.

GRAIN MARKETS.

ARBROATH.—Trade quiet all departments. Wheat and best oats firm. Barley neglected. Wheat. 54s to 56s (4i£ cwt.) barley, 28s to 30s (4 cwt.); and oats, 27s (3 cwt.), , LONDON (THE BALTIC).-Wheat steadily held. No. 1 N. Manitoba, July, 60s 9d; No. 2 do., 59s 6d; No. 3 do., 58s; No
June 20, 1926 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SERIOUS WOOL TRADE PROBLEM

SERIOUS WOOL TRADE PROBLEM

THE FINANCING OF THE NEW HOME-GROWN CUP.' Leicester, Saturday. Who finance the now season's homegrown wool clip which is now being harvested all over the country? That is the grave question which is now facing botn the producers and the consumers. 1 < ie sheep farmers have had e
June 7, 1926 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PERTH TEMPERANCE FETE

PERTH TEMPERANCE FETE

"Hie annual garden fete aid of the Perth Branch of the Scottish Temperance Alliance took place in the grounds of Mr W. Fisher's house of Boat lands on Saturday In declaring the fete open Mr Duncan Maclennan, Edinburgh, hon. secretary the S.T.A., said the Temperance Act Scotland
June 7, 1926 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HARCOURT DAVIDSON

HARCOURT DAVIDSON

There are few in Dundee and a wide district round who will not experience a feeling of real sorrow on reading of the death the Rev. Harcourt Davidson. And this is true not less of those who did not share his often very strong opinions than of those who did. Harcourt Davidson big
June 7, 1926 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WRECK OF FLYING SCOTSMAN

WRECK OF FLYING SCOTSMAN

Miners Accused of Displacing Rail A sequel to the wreck of the Flying Scotsman while on ite way from Edinburgh London was heard at Newcastle on Saturday, when two miners wore remanded charged with displacing a rail Dudley, near Cramlington, Newcastle. They were Albert Taylor and
June 7, 1926 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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A NEAR THING AT ALLOA

A NEAR THING AT ALLOA

FORFARSHIRE'S FRIGHT IN LOW SCORING GAME Perthshire Make Amends Glorioua weather prevailed the Arnsh on Saturday, when Forfarshire provided the opposition to Clackmannan County Cnampionship fixture. Two thousand spectators were treated to excellent display, and although the matc
June 7, 1926 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FISH MARKETS.

FISH MARKETS.

MONTROSE.—Fair supplies. Haddocks, 19s: emails, 14s 16s; codlings, 15s to 17s; smajls, to 10s; whitings, to per box; cod, to 7s 6d; catfish. to 4s; lemon soles. Is to 2s each. ARBROATH.— I Twenty-five boats Supplies lair; poor demand. Large haddocks, to medium, to 23s 6d; small,
June 21, 1926 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NEW SEASON'S WOOL SALES

NEW SEASON'S WOOL SALES

ADVERSE EFFECT'S OF INDUSTRIAL SITUATION Leicester, Baturday. industrial troubles, combined with the transport difficulties, are having adverse influence on the new season's wool sales. A detailed examination the season's produce confirms the view that the wool is far above the
June 21, 1926 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CLYDE SUGAR BUSINESS.

CLYDE SUGAR BUSINESS.

Two re-finers are now work the Clyde— Messrs Walker and Weetbum—«.nd melt, with the addition tons previous amendment, been 2404 tons. Quotations for Clyde sugar, quantity, 27s for fin® granulated and 27s 3d for ordinary, per cwt. duty peJd. Continental quotations steady. 15s for
June 21, 1926 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EASSIE MINISTER'S SEMI-JUBILEE

EASSIE MINISTER'S SEMI-JUBILEE

,p * r d to i f, •-.„! assisted ' ® of V'l. ' and one Vi h;i^Pati ther « were 86 n - and ü ße had re^o Peri, * b ° ul 6 ° "tjr fcnality, Tiajj Wel- e j enath? pro- former
June 21, 1926 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland