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UNIONIST CAMPAIGN IN SUTHERLANDSHIRE. STAFFORD.

UNIONIST CAMPAIGN IN SUTHERLANDSHIRE. STAFFORD.

TO LORD Tut Marquie of Stafford, Unionist candidate, though still suffering somewhat from his recent accident in the hunting field, began his campaign on Wednesday last by addrreding the electors in the Elphin district of Assynt (West ccast). Ile had a splendid ocsption. lie aft
30 November 1910 - Northern Chronicle and General Advertiser for the North of Scotland - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
CAITHNESS. HALTURK.

CAITHNESS. HALTURK.

MA 101: I/I%ll*cm Watten, ie to at the anneal Territon,l concert in aid of the New You's sh•vting pyre fund. wli ch is to he bell in the thin Ball on Friday twilit. god December. are be two contests for the Coen' y Council is this Pariah. For the South Division the candidates ar
30 November 1910 - Northern Chronicle and General Advertiser for the North of Scotland - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
THE "BARROW" 1910 IMPROVED MOTOR; HOUSE STOVE. The Safest and Meat Effective Mator-House Heating Appliance on the Market. Costa leas

THE "BARROW" 1910 IMPROVED MOTOR; HOUSE STOVE. The Safest and Meat Effective Mator-House Heating Appliance on the Market. Costa leas

tc begin with and in operation than any ctherStJve of Nue heating capacity. NO FLUES NECESSARY. FRASER & M'COLL, IRO?: MONGERS, EAST GATE Asa HAMILTON STREET.
30 November 1910 - Northern Chronicle and General Advertiser for the North of Scotland - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
GLASGOW STOCK EXCHANGE

GLASGOW STOCK EXCHANGE

NEW ACCOUNT OPENS FAIRLY STEADY. . . Glasgow, Monday Evening. The account called for adjustment to-day. . Rates were not onerous, and the speculative position oontinued moderately light. 1 Business was confined chiefly to the forenoon meeting; indeed, at the afternoon session th
29 November 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BUSINESS NOTES

BUSINESS NOTES

Yesterday's wire lows:-" Jute 49 rupee 6, value, Dec. Royal Bank for the half-year ® u ding && «cWj that the net r °s ' £14 276. forward, amounted ;1 ' { have declared a cr cent-. £$»' shares at the rate of P and added to reserve, be carried forward. D' al Rudge-Whitworth — 'the
29 November 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FORM IV. APPEAL ACTION.

FORM IV. APPEAL ACTION.

The Court of Appeal yesterday considered an interlocutory appeal against the Judge's order affirming the order of the Master staying the action of Dyson, acting under the auspices 'of the West Riding Land and Property Owners' Association, against the Attorney- General, which rai
29 November 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EXTERNAL REMEDIES AND THEIR USES.

EXTERNAL REMEDIES AND THEIR USES.

Homely Applications and Lotions. How They Are Made and How They Work. BY M.8.. F.R.C.S. (Special to the Courier.) A fomentation and poultice act in the same way, and their virtue is due to their heat. Sometimes a fomentation is medicated, and some slight benefit may be derived f
29 November 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
STEWARD OF DUNDEE WHALER '

STEWARD OF DUNDEE WHALER '

DROWNED WHEN NEARING HOME. A SHIP OF TRAGEDY. Andrew Christie, after braving the dangers of the Arctic, has met a tragic death when practically within sight of home. Deceased was a steward on board the Dundee whaler Seduisante, and while the vessel was anchored in the Moray Firt
29 November 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CHURCHILL SAYS PUBLIC MAN

CHURCHILL SAYS PUBLIC MAN

r thy of confidence people \ threats of ' T0 his course. °k- Lambeth last ] Upjfj.l' >Ject 40 a disturbance which V r for sev eral minutes, half a '■ l ' referred these cold, &r ' attem ts to break up V, , he was toki that in- 1 ''Us. singled out for villain- Tf rfe on, op reply
29 November 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CHAMBERLAIN SAYS STRONG NAVY

CHAMBERLAIN SAYS STRONG NAVY

IS ESSENTIAL FEATURE UNIONIST POLICY. THE IMPORTANCE OF TARIFF REFORM. The following is Mr J. Chamberlain's address to the electors of West Birmingham, issued last night, after his adoption as Unionist candidate:— A dissolution having been declared, general election will take pl
29 November 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland