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THE SPORTING LIFE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1913 Sport at Oxford and Cambridge : Rugby and Association Football : On the

THE SPORTING LIFE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1913 Sport at Oxford and Cambridge : Rugby and Association Football : On the

Golf Links GOLFING GOSSIP. would be golfer.. weighed in the balance on their god, not their kingship. And that's it ehould be. Taking a club in the beginning. like that at St. Hill. for example. 1 would pardon a ny device, ally artifice, employe.( to fewlw 1111041 It the attenti
23 October 1913 - Sporting Life - London, London, England
 
ATHLETIC MATTERS.

ATHLETIC MATTERS.

Our cor silent deals with the I rowing, football, and athletic doings at Oxford and Cambridge. "OLD SLUE." Emirs practice on the Isis aid the I 'ant is now laci ng L'S'Sun'lY . I Word ha, been fixed to lag it on the .. but if as expected ten or eletei t cretv• compete this. year
23 October 1913 - Sporting Life - London, London, England
 
SCOTTISH STEELMAKERS REDUCE PRICES

SCOTTISH STEELMAKERS REDUCE PRICES

ON ACCOUNT OF SERIOUS FOREIGN COMPETITION. The Scottish Steelmakers' Association yesterday decided to make a further reduction in official prices. This decision has been arrived at in consequence of the serious competition of German and Belgian iron and steel in the Clyde shipya
23 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SCOTTISH RAILWAYS HAVE GOOD TRAFFICS.

SCOTTISH RAILWAYS HAVE GOOD TRAFFICS.

The Scottish railway companies again report material expansion in their traffic results, more particularly in the passenger earnings. On the three leading systems the aggregate gain for the past week amounted to £10,000, of which sum passengers contributed and merchandise £4200.
23 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SPECIAL SALE OF STORE STOCK AT MILNATHORT.

SPECIAL SALE OF STORE STOCK AT MILNATHORT.

1 Macdonald, Fraser, & Co. held another of their '■ special sales home-grazed cattle and store sheep when the numbers catalogued comprised one and two year old bullocks and heilers and 1510 cross and half-bred lambs, cross and blackiaced ewes and gimmers. The show of cattle was
23 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
An Interesting Suggestion.

An Interesting Suggestion.

Should relief funds be slumped? This is the proposal made by Mr Ralph Fletcher, and it is singularly appropriate! at time when public sympathy fs being expressed in a practical manner towardsj the dependants of the victims of the terrible disaster at Senghenydd. ' Mr Fletcher ca
23 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MEMBER OF CREW OF BURNING LINER

MEMBER OF CREW OF BURNING LINER

SAYS ROCKET SIGNALS WERE IGNORED BY STEAMER WHICH PASSED WELL WITHIN SIGHT. The captain, officers, and crew, numbering 53, of the Johnston liner Templemore, which was abandoned fire in the Atlantic, arrived back at Liverpool yesterday on the liner Rowanmore. One of the crew stat
23 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ALLEGED ILLICIT TRAFFICKING AT LOCHLEE.

ALLEGED ILLICIT TRAFFICKING AT LOCHLEE.

SEQUEL TO A HARVEST BALL. At a J.P. Court at Forfar yesterday—Provoet Moffat and Bailies Lamb and Hanick on the bench —Robert Davidson, farmer, West Migvie; Wm. Moir, carrier, Tarfside; and Thos. Fenton, postman, Heatherbank Cottag —all of Lochlee, were charged with having on th
23 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MONTROSE CURLING OFFICIALS

MONTROSE CURLING OFFICIALS

The annual meeting of the members of Maryloch Curling Club was held the Central Hotel, Montrose —Mr A. Muirden, president, presiding. The treasurer submitted a statement, which showed a small balance in favour of the club. Mr Patrick Dickson of Sunnyside House; Mr A. R. Duncan P
23 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland