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ANNUAL •ALB. BARGAINS.

ANNUAL •ALB. BARGAINS.

Curtain*. Tapestries. Linens. BAML. PEACH & SONS, The Loom*, 2, Low Pavement-
14 January 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE PARIS BOURSE.

THE PARIS BOURSE.

Paris, Monday Evening. The Balkan question and home politics caused to-day's Bourse open with a heavy tendency. Rio Tintc shares were particularly depressed on the lower Copper prices reported from London. Later on further set-back occurred on a rumour that Kiamil Pasha had resi
14 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

Austro-Hnngarian Bank, 8.57 per cent, for I past year. _ Furness, Withy, & Co., 10 per cent, per 1 annum on the Qrdinary shares (quarterly). North and South-western Junction a jl. , way, per cent, per annum on the consolidated stock for past half-year ,
14 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Property for Sale. DUNDEE PROPERTIES, HIGH STREET AND HAWKHILL. FOR SALE, BY PRIVATE BARGAIN, HIGH STREET, DUNDEE. 1. SHOPS and

Property for Sale. DUNDEE PROPERTIES, HIGH STREET AND HAWKHILL. FOR SALE, BY PRIVATE BARGAIN, HIGH STREET, DUNDEE. 1. SHOPS and

FLATS, HIGH STREET.—The LARGE and COMMODIOUS SHOP, SALOON, and: CELLARS, High Street, Let to Messrs Ka-rley & , Sons. Fruiterers; the THREE FLATS and ATTICS of the TENE.uENT; and the Disused Stair used :as a Newagent's Shop. Rental, £503. Also, FIRST ! land THIRD FLATS the TENEM
14 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Agriculture. HAY & CO., LTD., SALES. PERTH LIVE STOCK MART, ilv , Toe, perth fat stock saix. /rSi. 1830.1 (Est.

Agriculture. HAY & CO., LTD., SALES. PERTH LIVE STOCK MART, ilv , Toe, perth fat stock saix. /rSi. 1830.1 (Est.

1830.) WEEKLY SALES PRIME FAT SHEEP, and PIGS. EVERY MONDAY, 11.45 a.m. AL SPECIAL SALE of LEICESTER. CHEVIOT, and BLACKFACE CAST RAMS. MONDAY FIRST. 20th Jan. To OKA LEICESTER. CHEVIOT, and ' BLACKFACE CAST RAMS. Sale 1.30 p.m. Prompt. TOE PERTH STORE STOCK SALE. FRIDAY, Januar
14 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
IN AGONY WITH VARICOSE VEINS Which Broke on Legs. Suffered from Itching and Burning, Used Cirticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment.

IN AGONY WITH VARICOSE VEINS Which Broke on Legs. Suffered from Itching and Burning, Used Cirticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment.

Leg Quite Healed. 73, Albert St., Edinburgh, N. B.— ** Th« part affected was my legs, varicose veins, and they broke. I suffered terrible agonies from the itching and burnings of the affected parts and loss of sleep through same. The only way I got relief was to bathe them with
14 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
v ..i' ■■ 1i!'! ; 'S Keep Free I From' Colds Any person who is susceptible to colds or subject

v ..i' ■■ 1i!'! ; 'S Keep Free I From' Colds Any person who is susceptible to colds or subject

to bronckilisshould at once begin a course of Angier's Emulsion. This remedy not -only soothes and f= == strengthens the throat and lungs, but by its tonic and invigorating influence upon the general health enables the system to successfully resist colds and respiratory = inflam
14 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
I COLONIAL AND FOREIGN MAILS. DESPATCH AND ARRIVAL AT DUNDEE . -j THIS TABLE APPEARS THE COURIER " EVERY TUESDAY

I COLONIAL AND FOREIGN MAILS. DESPATCH AND ARRIVAL AT DUNDEE . -j THIS TABLE APPEARS THE COURIER " EVERY TUESDAY

AND THURSDAY, CORRECTED TO DATE. Maim. Despatch. Arrive. Argentine Republic j an 4.30 p.m. J 19 Urußuay Australia (South and"l West), Tasmania, I, Friday 7.45 m Victoria, New South a ' m Mondays. Wales, fc Queensland,; fßarbadoes Jan 15,._.. .2.60 Jan Brazil, Jan. 4.30 p.m j " •
14 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Airship Base for Montrose.

Airship Base for Montrose.

Scottish coast defences will be greatly strengthened by the establishment at very early date of army airship station Montrose. Montrose, which has long protested j against the unoccupied state of the Pan-1 mure" Barracks, will give hearty welcome to the announcement as a complim
14 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The Telephone Award.

The Telephone Award.

Twelve and a half millions is the initial cost of the telephone system to the nation. Time will prove whether the purchase is worth that large amount. The real purchase price of the undertaking will probably be much more than the sum given in the Railway Commissioners' award yes
14 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland