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NOTORIOUS GLASGOW ROBBER

NOTORIOUS GLASGOW ROBBER

Pleads Guilty to Theft. Thereafter a notorious Glasgow character with several convictions for assault and robbery was placed in the dock charged with theft at Perth. The accused was a slightlybuilt man named Geo. M'William, thirty years of age, and the complaint set forth that a
13 January 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TERRIBLE ITCHING AND BURNING.

TERRIBLE ITCHING AND BURNING.

" Previous to using Cuticura I suffered intense pain for three years from eczema on m.y leg, from the knee down. It began from a small spot the size of a penny pieoe, and broke in a watery way over the ankles. It soread rapidly to the knee. It looked like an eruption, the skin r
13 January 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Under the auspices of the School Board of Logierait the first of a series of five agricultural lectures was delivered

Under the auspices of the School Board of Logierait the first of a series of five agricultural lectures was delivered

by Mr Robert Howie, B.Sc., Grandtuly Schoolroom.
13 January 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
COWDENBEATH IS NOW THIRD TOWN

COWDENBEATH IS NOW THIRD TOWN

In the "Kingdom." Cowdenbeath's extended burgh comes into force to-day, when the Town Council will have control of the extended area in all things exoept finance, which will be taken over in May of this year. The population taken in by the extension is nearly 5000, making the to
13 January 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BOGUS KIRKCALDY "AGENT"

BOGUS KIRKCALDY "AGENT"

DUPES INTENDING EMIGRANTS ALL OVER THE COUNTRY. An Arrest at Wishaw. Towards the end of last week a large number of persons hailing from distant parts .of the country visited Dysart inquiring for man named J. M. Hunter, described a commission agent. They stated that he had been
13 January 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE.

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE.

LONDON, FRIDAY. OPENING REMARKS. Money in demand, partly connection with this being pay-day on the Stook Exchange, and short loans rule at per cent. Business quiet in Discount market, but. ' rates rule firm at to per cent, for three 5 months' bills. f 1 Both Indian Exchanges, Is
13 January 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GLASGOW STOCK EXCHANGE

GLASGOW STOCK EXCHANGE

FORENOON QUOTATIONS. Chathams, 145. Spinners, 335. British, 335. Steels, 76 15-16. Can. Pacifio, 211. Burmah, 4. Trunk, 24 11-16. Shells, 84s 6d. Eries, 231- Pumpherston, 6s- Missouri, 35 1-16. Chartered, 33. Unions, 1785- Options, 18s. Calioos, 15s 10|d. Globe, 50s. Preferenoe,
13 January 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE AND NEW PLAYERS.

DUNDEE AND NEW PLAYERS.

Martin, of Brechin City, Signed. James Collie Martin, of Brechin City, has been secured for the Dundee A team. is players of greater that Dundee supporters are anxious that the officials should secure —players who will be able to assist the team in the Scottish Cup tie that is c
13 January 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LOCHGELLY WATER SUPPLY

LOCHGELLY WATER SUPPLY

IS UNFIT FOR DOMESTIC USE Unless by Special Filtration. Following the difficulties enoountered by Edinburgh Town Council the procuring an analysis of their water, Cowdenbeath and Lochgelly Town Councils, who have conducted the same kind of mechanical filters, are at present disc
13 January 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LIVERPOOL COTTON.

LIVERPOOL COTTON.

10 15 a.rn.—Spot demand fair. Sales, 10,000 or 000 Import since Friday, 128,000, including 95000' American. Futures open 3% 4 up. Jan -Feb., 7.87 d; Mar.-April, 7.9 Cd; May-June, 7 qid• July-Aug., 7.87 d; Sept.-Oct., 7.31 d. to 2 tip. Jan_,lo.62d; Mar, 10.63 d. 12 30 p.m.—Americ
13 January 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland