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11 V , rhe Prepaid Char*# for Insertion Courier of an Advertisement » or an In Notice Words is 2e.

and 6d lor each Mf rhe Prepaid Charge for a j j; exceeding 36 words is 33. "'•Vv additional 9 Words. NOTICE. - Such authenticated by the name T*' >V and CANNOT BE ACCEPTED , TELEGRAM. iVhen such Intimations are sent "(IjB agent they must bear the sISI t ' the Newsagent, well ben
February 12, 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NEW YORK STOCKS.

NEW YORK STOCKS.

New York, Friday Evening. Standard stocks to-day were on the reactionary side, while pools irflndustrial issues forced prices up. A see-sawing motion was apparent all day, and the market closed irregular. Government and Railroad Bonds were firm. Apr. 14 Apr. 15 Apr. 1< Call Mone
April 17, 1915 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ASTRONOMICAL AND TIDE TABLE. (New Time.) Sun. Moon. High June. Rises. Sets. Rises. Sets. - Morn. Even ELM. H.M. H.M.

ASTRONOMICAL AND TIDE TABLE. (New Time.) Sun. Moon. High June. Rises. Sets. Rises. Sets. - Morn. Even ELM. H.M. H.M.

ELM. H.M. H. -M Wednesday 7! 433 11 748 811 ay 951 031 111 836 9 3'' J3l 952 149 119 930 968 953 127 10 27 10 55 Sunday 11 430 954 137 11 23 11 49 Monday 12, 430 955 57 43 Tuesday 429 956 742 2 1 9 17 First Quarter, Bth. 59 minutes past 0 a. Rich reward the portion ol those who
June 7, 1916 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ENEMY ADVANCE IN MACEDONIA

ENEMY ADVANCE IN MACEDONIA

Will be Postponed Until the Spring. Germans Repairing Bridges Destroyed by Allies. Athens, Wednesday. According to advices from Salonika, the nound of gunfire was heard all day yesterday from direction of Doiran. Twelve more suspected Turks and others have been arrested. The Ger
January 13, 1916 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WHERE DO YOU

WHERE DO YOU

WHERE YOU Intend holidaying this year ? When you have decided that point, advertise in " Courier for the accommodation required, and you will very likely secure the rooms' desired in a short time.
May 17, 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
COOL. WITH OCCASIONAL SHOWERS.

COOL. WITH OCCASIONAL SHOWERS.

TO-DAY'S WEATHER FORECAST. Meteorological Office, London, Thursday Evening. The depression off our north-eastern will probably continue disperse gradually, and over a large portion the United Kingdom the weather I will be influenced an anticyclone which i« beginning spread from
May 17, 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Masonic.—Lodge Caledonian (254) met David's Hall Saturday evening—Brother John Keay, R.W.M., presiding—when P.M. Brother Richard Leven was presented with a

Masonic.—Lodge Caledonian (254) met David's Hall Saturday evening—Brother John Keay, R.W.M., presiding—when P.M. Brother Richard Leven was presented with a

sold albert and lady's bangle. P.M. Brother David Whyte made the preeentation. Brother Leven suitably replied. Dundee Mill and Factory Workers- Union's Progress.—The Dundee Mill and Factory Operatives' Union have during the past half-year increased their membership bv about two
May 17, 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SERVANT MAID MIRACULOUS ESCAPE AT CUPAR

SERVANT MAID MIRACULOUS ESCAPE AT CUPAR

*J? on - Sheriff Honeyman's maids. J*t^ lr Vsulon? towards Craigmore, Cupar, had ® fc e from injuries by coming \\,'L e6 iutr. Wlth a m car driven by a merchant * Ir pJ? motor turned the corner at the 1 V] Bnd ? arne . into th « Crosagatc L?PP°« te the Waterloo Tavern, >k' nt th
May 17, 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
APPRECIATION OF POLICE SERVICES AT FIFE COAL RIOTS.

APPRECIATION OF POLICE SERVICES AT FIFE COAL RIOTS.

The police officers from Dunfermline, Kirkcaldy, Forfarshire, Perthshire, and Glasgow who were on special duty Fife during the miners' strike have each received from Chief Constable lennant Gordon a certificate of appreciation of their ser/ices and the thanks the Sheriff and Cou
May 17, 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GOVERNMENT HAS MAJORITY

GOVERNMENT HAS MAJORITY

OF 81 ON SECOND READING OF WELSH CHURCH BILL. LLOYD GEORGE'S WILD OUTBURST. Lord Hugh Cecil in the House of Commons yesterday resumed the debate on the motion for the second reading of the Welsh Disestablishment Bill He said most of the supporters of the measure were admittedly
May 17, 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland