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MR CHARLES CHALMERS OFFERS HIS SERVICES

MR CHARLES CHALMERS OFFERS HIS SERVICES

AS AN EXPERT BUTCHER, Mr Charles Chalmers thinks that an expert butcher should be elected to Dundee Parish Council. At meeting of the electors in the Second Ward held in Tay Street School last night he put forward his claim as an expert, seeing that he had been for over thirty y
31 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Dundee Women' 3 Home Mission W obk. " Your acts human kindness, your neighbourly visits and gracious words do more

Dundee Women' 3 Home Mission W obk. " Your acts human kindness, your neighbourly visits and gracious words do more

in the interests of Christianity than the most eloquent sermon upon.a defence of the faith." This observation was made yesterday by the Rev. Frank Cairns, Brougnty Ferry, at a meeting of Dundee U.F. Church Presbytery Committee in St John's U.F. Church. Dundee, when the tenth ann
31 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
KEITH TOWN COUNCIL NOMINEE WITHDRAWS.

KEITH TOWN COUNCIL NOMINEE WITHDRAWS.

AND THERE WILL BE CONTEST. Six vacancies. Mr R. Gillies, hotelkeeper, withdrew his name as a candidate yesterday,; and there will be no polL The new members in place of Provost Cameron, retired, and Councillor Morrison, who has gone abroad,! are Messrs George Hume, plasterer, an
31 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NAVAL AUTHORITIES' VISIT TO KINGHORN.

NAVAL AUTHORITIES' VISIT TO KINGHORN.

With the assistance of an architect from Kirkcaldy naval authorities from Rosyth and other officials from Edinburgh have visited Kinghorn with a view, it is believed, to prospecting for the establishment of a station for hydroplanes and aeroplanes. The part subjected to the scru
31 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SEQUEL TO ROYAL VISIT TO DUNFERMLINE.

SEQUEL TO ROYAL VISIT TO DUNFERMLINE.

Last August H.R.H. Princess Henry of Battenberg visited the Palace ruins Dunfermline, and expressed a desire to be supplied with a young rowan tree or sucker from the site of the old Palace gardens be planted in the gardens of Carisbrooke Castle, Isle of Wight, the two places be
31 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LETTERS TO EDITOR. CATHOLIC SCHOOLS AND THE RATES TO THE EDITOB OF THE COURIER. Siiy—l have been much interested the

LETTERS TO EDITOR. CATHOLIC SCHOOLS AND THE RATES TO THE EDITOB OF THE COURIER. Siiy—l have been much interested the

letters appearing in youj paper re Catholic schools and the rates. I ain not a Catholic, but I have great sympathy with them in their difficulties and grievances. read with much interest Bishop Eraser's address at the opening of Patrick's bazaar. He stated the case fairly and re
31 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
??? SALMON IS CAUGHT IN THE EARN.

??? SALMON IS CAUGHT IN THE EARN.

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31 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FOOTBALL FACTS.

FOOTBALL FACTS.

David M'Farlaiie, who has for some time figured at centre forward for Kirkintilloch Harp, has been signed on by Lincoln City. East Fife travel to Broxburn in search of Central League points, and will pla.v: —Ber-i nard; Main and Bell; Simon. Lowther, and Brown; Messer, Shaw, Law
31 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Election Notices. lI.—IN PARISH OF MONIFIETH. r.f »i~q. Names of Electors Places of Abode o! Ward Name Candidate. ~ 01

Election Notices. lI.—IN PARISH OF MONIFIETH. r.f »i~q. Names of Electors Places of Abode o! Ward Name Candidate. ~ 01

Signing Nomination Electors Signing Paper. Nomination Paper. X.ALEXANDER iDunregan, Camphill (Andrew Watt, 96 Brown Street Road. Broughty -[ Broughty Ferry. Ferry. I Daniel M'Call, 76 Church Street, [ ' Ferry. JAMES ALEX. Woodbank. 84 King i James Bell Archer, 110 King Street, R
31 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NEW YORK PRODUCE.

NEW YORK PRODUCE.

New York, Thursday Evening. Cotton declined under heavy liquidation of October, and closed steady. Spot quiet, 40 points down. Cotton Oil firm and unchanged, points up. Spot, 6.86; December, 7. Petroleum —Refined steady. Lard—Cash steady and unchanged. Wheat declined on selling,
31 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland