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mc'ude Fire, BurcUry, F'delity, Personal Accident, and Plate Glass. The following, among other representative Textile firms and Companies, have signed

mc'ude Fire, BurcUry, F'delity, Personal Accident, and Plate Glass. The following, among other representative Textile firms and Companies, have signed

undertakings to place business with this Company, , have authorised statement that effect to made the Prospectus:—BAlNßßlDGE & CO., Limited, Newcastle; CRAMPTON, & , CO.: CUXSON, GEHRARD, & CO., Limited, Blackburn; DENT, ALLCROFT. CO.: DEVAS. ROUTLEDGE. CO., Limited; IRE BROS. &
29 November 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SCOTTISH BANK RATES.

SCOTTISH BANK RATES.

SPECIAL RATES FOR BILLS PAYABLE IN LONDON. _ Bills not exceeding two months currency, op.c. Bills exceeding two, .. p.c. OTHER LONDON BILLS. Bills not exceeding two months' currency, p.c. Bills exceeding two, ° LOCAL BILLS. Bills not exceeding two months' currency. p.c. Bills ex
30 November 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HUNDREDS LOSE THEIR LIVES

HUNDREDS LOSE THEIR LIVES

IN CASPIAN SEA DISASTER. Astrakhan, Tuesday. Over ton vessels have been sunk the roadstead here, some with their crews, as the result of the storm in the Caspian Set The landing stage, with three hundred Persian dock labourers, has been swept away. There is hope of rescuing the
30 November 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
AMERICAN PRICES.

AMERICAN PRICES.

NEW YORK STOCKS. .SPECIAL CABLEGRAM TO THE OOUBIER.' New York, Tuesday Evening. The Stock market was cautious to-day, and rather feverish after yesterday's liquidation, and some short covering resulted in restricted gains, but lapsed into late in the day. The demand was not wide
30 November 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ST ANDREWS MASONS

ST ANDREWS MASONS

CELEBRATE THE FESTIVAL. The Festival of St Andrew was celebrate by St n l row , (No - 1 25 Andrews m the Council Chamber last ni»ht ' Brother Rev. Walter M'Leod, B.d" presided over a large attendance of the members Brother Oulross, S.W., and Brother Robert Ptatt, J.W., acted as
30 November 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
An Important Question for the Electors.

An Important Question for the Electors.

A measure which must not be lost sight of in this election is the Naval Prize Bill. Should the Liberals returned to power the Bill is likely to hurried through Parliament. That carries with it the ratification of the Declaration of London, against which Chambers of Commerce thro
30 November 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
AUSTEN CHAMBERLAIN IS SCEPTICAL

AUSTEN CHAMBERLAIN IS SCEPTICAL

OP CHURCHILL'S changes of OPINION. Mr Austen Chamberlain, at Tuns tall last night, said the Home Secretary the previous night was criticising the Unionist leaders. Ouriously enough, they did not possess his oonfidenoe. If they did they would not possess that of the people. Mr Ch
30 November 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
AMERICA IS SUFFERING FROM

AMERICA IS SUFFERING FROM

OVER-EXTENSION Fproduction. Leading financiers and 1 that Mr J. J. Hill view of the probable busi" the United States next ea stantially agreeing wit 1 will leave much to 9 % standpoint of business. *~f is panic, but the general & in^' will be a curtailment °i President M'Croll,
30 November 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Books and their Publishers

Books and their Publishers

Savings Banks Centenary Volume. A souvenir volume has just been published to commemorate the recent centenary celebrations of savings banks in Edinburgh. The book is handsome quarto published by and is edited by Mr Alexander Gargill. Edinburgh, who recognised the leading expert
30 November 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland