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D E A 1 II S. DUNCAN. —At Greenbank, Barry (the house his son-in-law, D. S. Nicoll). Darid Duncan, in

D E A 1 II S. DUNCAN. —At Greenbank, Barry (the house his son-in-law, D. S. Nicoll). Darid Duncan, in

his 86th year. Funeral to Barry Churchyard Friday at 1.30. This the only intimation and inritation.
7 February 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HERE AND THERE.

HERE AND THERE.

A| LVV'AYS AND CONTRACTING. profitable whaling. V , SH,p YARD WORKERS. Dundee jute manufacturers and arQ suffering loss through a strike a railw »y strike, some plain, un\ th concerning the situation is bel The Dundee sufferers are beto i( ' rea^se that they ought to make ap J®
21 December 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HOW MINERS' LOST THEIR LIVES

HOW MINERS' LOST THEIR LIVES

In Fife Mines. Sheriff Umpherston and a jury conducted inquiries Duniarmline Sheriff Court to-day, in connection with several fatal accidents; which recently occurred in the district. James Beveridge, fireman, 6 Hill Street, j Cowdenbeath, was injured on 4th November ;in Lafssod
21 December 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
COSTLY RAILWAY JOURNEY

COSTLY RAILWAY JOURNEY

By Dunfermline Miner. Andrew Cunningham, miner. Dunfermline.! was charged in the Sheriff Court to-day with, having, <th -November, travelled from the Junfermline Lower Railway Station to Kelty without, paying his fare. " a st,at,, d the railway officials suspect ed people were i
21 December 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CLEPINGTONSPINNING COMPANY'S AFFAIRS.

CLEPINGTONSPINNING COMPANY'S AFFAIRS.

SHEARER ADMITS OVER| VALUATION OF £10,000, And Says the Loss Has Been £40,500. The Clepington Spinning Company Bankruptcy Court proceedings were continued this afternoon, when James Shearer and William Murray Gordon Thomson, the partners of the firm, attended for examination bef
21 December 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE.

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE.

Z.3U. Stock markets quiet. Consols rallied 1-16. _ Foreign Bonds inactive owing delay in telegraphio communication with •Pans. Peruvian Preferred better. . Home Railways firm. District improved 1 on purchases, Metropolitan i- Brighton Deferred lower. . . In American Railwavs, Il
21 December 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE STOCK EXCHANGE.

DUNDEE STOCK EXCHANGE.

Dundee Thurssdav. Closing Prices. Business done. Buyers. Sellers Dundee Police Deb - ~ Dundee Gas Deb........ _ Alliance Trust Pref.... _ British CaniAillan Trust, ■ • • Brit. Canadian Trust Pref.. British Invest. Trust Def.. __ _ Caledonian Trust Pref....... _ Third Scot. Araer
21 December 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GLASGOW AFTER HOURS' PRICES.

GLASGOW AFTER HOURS' PRICES.

Markets steady. Prices bid U!K ''' r , : , Ohartereds, 29. 3d; Do lis 3d; Randfonteins, 34s 6d; Johnnie#. 21s 6d, East Hands. Goidfields, 6d; ikas, 54s 6d; Zams, 16b; Amal. Props.. 4jd, Hhod. Ex.. 425; Globes, 36s 9d; London Rhodesia. 24s 6d; Gaikas, 27s 6d; Cam and Motor, 35s E
21 December 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Camel flesh being sold in Paris. The prices are somewhere between those of P'i'ne beef and venison, but there is

Camel flesh being sold in Paris. The prices are somewhere between those of P'i'ne beef and venison, but there is

no remark.) ble demand for the commodity
21 December 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TRAGEDY ON SCOTTISH STEAMER.

TRAGEDY ON SCOTTISH STEAMER.

LIOCKET SHELL BURSTS AND CUTS THROUGH TWO DECKS Blowing Ship Carpenter's Head Clean Off. Private advices received to-day at Lame from New Orleans record tragio affair on board the Glasgow registered 6000-ton fruit steamer Gaxillo during her last voyage to Colon. It appears that
21 December 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland