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CURES ALL URIC ACID AILMENTS Sir Henry W. Primrose, K.C.8., writes:— " I hare much pleasure being able to say

CURES ALL URIC ACID AILMENTS Sir Henry W. Primrose, K.C.8., writes:— " I hare much pleasure being able to say

that I deriTed Tcry distinct benefit from your Tablets, which I have been taking ! regularly for some 6 weeks. It isj jU a, ye ■ since was cured a nervous breakdown ' which had made life a burden to/ more than < years. recovery was followed di.v-tressing weakness legs and feet,
22 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LLOYD'S MAIL NEWS.

LLOYD'S MAIL NEWS.

ANTONY, left Vigo for 27 ANBELM, left Lisbon for Lirerooo! 26 ARZILA, left. Teneriffe for 26 BOULAMA, left Grayesend for CaUbar !FLAMENC6 (outward), left Vigo 26 HAVERFORD, c for Lirernool *i-.Srer MEDINA, left Aden for Australia 27 ' 27 ' MACEDONIA, at Gibraltar for OTRANTO, le
28 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NOTHING SHORT OF HUMAN LIFE

NOTHING SHORT OF HUMAN LIFE

Will Be Held Sacred By Suffragettes, Who Are Secretly Planning a Desperate Campaign. The Executive Committee of the National ion of Women's Suffrage Societies, in a statement issued last night, say:— The offer of a private member's Bill is [wholly inadequate to meet the situatio
28 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
M'KENNA SAYS HE IS NOT JUSTIFIED

M'KENNA SAYS HE IS NOT JUSTIFIED

IN INTERFERING IN EASTBOURNE MURDER CASE. On the motion for the adjournment of the Commons last night. Captain Murray called attention to the Lustbourn© murder case, and asked the Home Secretary make statement in regard to the fresh facts brought to light the trial of lliams, th
28 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DOCTORS AND INSURANCE ACT.

DOCTORS AND INSURANCE ACT.

INQUIRY INTO QUESTION OF OVERWORK. . Mr Masterman informed Major Gaskell that inquiry was being made into the circumstances connected with the recent inquest on a man named Townsend, in which the jury referred to the scandalous amount of clerical work required of panel doctor, a
28 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
death of prominent Mrs Wood of Dupplin Bank, e Perth lady, has passed away. . Hood was 86 years of

death of prominent Mrs Wood of Dupplin Bank, e Perth lady, has passed away. . Hood was 86 years of

age, and j Car gill. j When a young woman' • the troublesome times of the ,s though a member of the Fro?, ja _ , had leanings towards the Although laid aside ago, the late Mrs Wood took all social and political c
28 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The Gift of Science to Weak and 111. X Surely and steadily, day by day, ■ Jy.Sanatogen will strengthen and

The Gift of Science to Weak and 111. X Surely and steadily, day by day, ■ Jy.Sanatogen will strengthen and

invigora^e y° ur whole nervous system, while exerting a profound influence for good upon every organ and function of your A course of Sanatogen (of all Chemists, from Is. 9d. per tin) works out at only sixpence per day. SANATOGEN " The tonic effect of Sanatogen tjy on me is simp
28 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Property for Sale. ' BROUGHTY FERRY. BROUGHTY FERRY - TAYMOUTH TERRACE, 1. jTO BE SOLD, within the OFFICE A. S.

Property for Sale. ' BROUGHTY FERRY. BROUGHTY FERRY - TAYMOUTH TERRACE, 1. jTO BE SOLD, within the OFFICE A. S.

CAMFRDN & SON, Reform Street, Dundee, on WEDNESDAY, February 1913, at ' o'clock Afternoon, DWELLING-HOUSE, No. 1 TAYMOUTH TERRACE, containing 3 Public, 3 Bed Rooms, Bath; room, Kitchen, Scullery. Wash-House, 4c. Good Ordfer, with Garden Ground fronting Monifleth Roa<i. Rent, £35
28 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS MANCHESTER TRADE. Monday.-Fluctn„ still careful. Trade diHerer.ce.ii t*t*«i m'r and manufacturers not 'cotton opening this morning 2> Varus

MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS MANCHESTER TRADE. Monday.-Fluctn„ still careful. Trade diHerer.ce.ii t*t*«i m'r and manufacturers not 'cotton opening this morning 2> Varus

are steady,. There is fair n sorting up buying ail that is really entered
28 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
RUBBERS ARE IRREGULAR IN LONDON.

RUBBERS ARE IRREGULAR IN LONDON.

London, 'Thursday Evening. Rubber Was well maintained—fine hard Para and plantation fine at 4s &|d per lb. —and next week's rubber auotiona were looked forward, with every confidence. The Rubber share market was somewhat irregular in tone owing to the continued diversion of atte
24 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland