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Prospectuses. The SVDSCKIPTIOX LI£T will CLOSE on SATURDAY, May 6th, for TOWN and COUNTRY. THE EINASLEIGH FREEHOLD COPPEII MINES, LIMITED.

Prospectuses. The SVDSCKIPTIOX LI£T will CLOSE on SATURDAY, May 6th, for TOWN and COUNTRY. THE EINASLEIGH FREEHOLD COPPEII MINES, LIMITED.

(Incorporate 1 the Companies Acta, 1862 to 189 i). CAPITAL, 200,000 In 200.000 Slmres £1 each, will be available for Working Capital. ISST'E' 75,C00 SHAKES at Par, payable— 2: 6cl on Application. 5s on Allotment. One Month nfter Allotment. ~' Twi Montns After Allotment. rer :UMi
May 4, 1899 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE PARIS BOURSE.

THE PARIS BOURSE.

Paris, Wednesday Bvening. The Bourse showed considerable strength during the early portion the day, but subsequently markets became quieter, and the best prices were not fully maintained th® close. Eio Tinto shares continued be in demand. Spanish and Turkish stock, well as Tract
February 19, 1903 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FERTH BULL SALES.

FERTH BULL SALES.

% Ic^ MPIQNS. ' GOOD AVERAGES. 6 , Aberdeen-Angus bulls, lamited f Fraser, & place yesterday, and 6C the quality 001 & It will be ®*b- 68 fr&ni that t .Ballindalloch herd lk ? rlC€S and a u tl e. ?n for in-4n,: r Public auction of black fcu?h L + e K acted the W Sat ftr tie work
February 19, 1903 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CALCUTTA JUTE MARKET.

CALCUTTA JUTE MARKET.

MORE DOING IN JUTE. SPECULATORS OPERATING. (SPECIAL CABLEGRAM TO THE COURIER.) Calcutta, Monday, September 22, 1902. In. the market for baled Jute there is more' doing. Our market is affected speculators' operations. The price of baled Jute, first marks, per bale, free alongside
September 23, 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ANGLING.

ANGLING.

T Th ray ;~ Pitnacree water on Tuesday, »?i " E - T Peareth landed a cleanrun salmon of 15 lt>B
February 19, 1903 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Sir Red vers Buller, Criticism, like Mr Chamberlain, has been speaking his mind pretty freely. The evidence- he has given

Sir Red vers Buller, Criticism, like Mr Chamberlain, has been speaking his mind pretty freely. The evidence- he has given

before the War Commission has proved more clearly than anything else that the country was entirely unprepared for war in South Africa. There was absolutely not the slightest intention on the part of the Government to employ military force against the Boers, who simply rushed int
February 19, 1903 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NEW YORK BURLAP MARKETS.

NEW YORK BURLAP MARKETS.

BUSINESS STILL QUIET. (SPECIAL CABLEGRAM TO THE COUKI eB ' ' -joo2- New York, 22d The Burlap market continues ie « quotations are unaltered. The price of oz. 40 inches still at 4| cents per yard. Lights continue to quoted per yard. 3-$ The figures for Calcuttas are 4.45 respecti
September 23, 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
AMERICAN PRICES.

AMERICAN PRICES.

York stocks. Ban &ers and the deficit. (SPECIAL CABLEGRAM I i6T ork Monday Evening. ODi» Jan kers in Wall Street district >ired re 011 ' la '' Saturday's deficit in the ItjJ *0- bajiks is purely senti- I matter meaning nothing in face [ 6 " 15 j ac^ reserves in the banks. '^frac
September 23, 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TRADE IN DUNDEE.

TRADE IN DUNDEE.

500 MEN UNEMPLOYED. There are prospects of an improvement taking place in trade circles in Dundee. Trade has for some time been exceedingly dull, but the statistics submitted at Dundee Trades Council last night by the Secretary (Mr D. Johnstone) were encouraging to the members.
February 19, 1903 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY HONOURS.

EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY HONOURS.

The Senatus Edinburgh University have offered their honorary degree of Doctor of Divinity to the Rev. John Shaw Banks Professor of Theology, Headingley (Jolleee Leeds; the Rev. W. St Clair Tisdal] ' formerly of the Church Missionary Soeietv' India and Persia; the Rev. Alex. Kenn
February 19, 1903 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland