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PERTH.

PERTH.

Excursion. —The employes of Messrs Pullar & Sons, dyers, Perth, to the number of about 1400, enjoyed their annual excursion on Saturday, the place selected this year being St Andrews. They assembled at the works a little before seven o'clock in tbe morning, and, headed by the Fe
August 11, 1876 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CRIEFF.

CRIEFF.

Police Court. —On Monday, before Provost Mac- Rosty, James Steen, a young boy, was accused of throwing atones at and otherwise annoying old man, named William Dewar. He pled guilty under explanation, and was fined 2s Taylor, shoemaker, pled not guilty to assaulting David O'Brian
August 11, 1876 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN.

ABERDEEN.

Sale op Showtard Materials —The enclosure and other portions of the Highland and Agricultural Society's showyard on Aberdeen Links were on Tuesday exposed for sale by public roup. Dowell Edinburgh acted as auctioneer, and the whole of the lots realised good prices. Smart Punishm
August 11, 1876 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE ROYAL YACHT AGAIN IN COLLISION.

THE ROYAL YACHT AGAIN IN COLLISION.

The Royal yacht Victoria and Albert was on Wedr.esdayin collision with the schooner Wanderer. The damage done was slight. Another telegram says The Wanderer, of Shoreham, In coming out West Cowes ran foul of the Royal yacht Victoria and Albert. The former lost jibboom the damage
August 11, 1876 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MONETARY & COMMERCIAL.

MONETARY & COMMERCIAL.

MONETARY COMMERCIAL. LONDON, Friday Evening. There has been a moderate inquiry for money, and rates rule steady, 1 per cent, still being the lowest rate for first class bills. bullion operations reported at the Bank. Bar silver very firm, 52f-£d. On 'Change bills France and Italy
October 21, 1876 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LETTEh'S TO TEE EDITOR. THE CANDIDATES FOR RE-ELECTION. Dundee, Oct. 18, 1876. Sir, —At an election time such aa the

LETTEh'S TO TEE EDITOR. THE CANDIDATES FOR RE-ELECTION. Dundee, Oct. 18, 1876. Sir, —At an election time such aa the

present when our representatives appear before the electors for a renewal of their lease, it frequently happens in order to secure their purpose that a course is taken which costs nothing save a few q aa of conscience (if they are in possession of such a jewel), viz., promise an
October 21, 1876 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE STRIKE OF THE DUNDEE JOINERS.

THE STRIKE OF THE DUNDEE JOINERS.

MASS MEETING OF THE "WORKMEN. A mass meeting of the operative joiners in Dundee was held on Tuesday in the Victoria Hall to consider the question of the reduction of the wages from to 'id per hour. There were about 130 or 140 present. Mr George Scott was called to the choir. The
February 7, 1879 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
REFRACTORY SEAMEN.

REFRACTORY SEAMEN.

Yesterday, at South Shields Police Court, Robert «essender, George Stoker, Carl Solderland, Carl Charles Judd, Edward Haswell, Robert James Chissell, and James Duffy, seamen of the baique Edmund Kaye, of Newcastle, were charged with combining to disobey the commands of the capta
February 17, 1877 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Miscellaneous HIGH STREET HAIRDRESSING ROOMS and Ornamental Hair Manufactory. Hair Brushing by Water Power, ,An efficient Staff of Experienced Assistants.

Miscellaneous HIGH STREET HAIRDRESSING ROOMS and Ornamental Hair Manufactory. Hair Brushing by Water Power, ,An efficient Staff of Experienced Assistants.

M. Allan, PERFUMER AND HAIRDRESSER. 1 HIGH STREET. Opposite British RIGHT THING IN THERIGHT PLACE. time for everything place for everything ! and every thing in its place ! one of the golden maxims but seldom Tarried out. But in all place', and under all circumstances. where the
August 11, 1876 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
STANLEY.

STANLEY.

Mr Sandeman has added another new doubling frame to his works, and he is also intending to add another two shortly. These frames are for making cotton cord, extensively used now in the making of herring nets. Fishing.—As was expeoted from the flooded state of the river in the be
February 17, 1877 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland