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FARM AND MARKET TOPICS

FARM AND MARKET TOPICS

PURE CATTLE SALES AT PERTH Stirling Show Arrangements From Our Agricultural Correspondent. supplementary spring show and *- sale of pedigreed Aberdeen-Angus a Shorthorn bulls takes place Perth next Wednesday. There is cataloiriif entry of 130 " blacks," and 75 bulls "red, white,
18 March 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
AMBULANCE AWARDS AT FORFAR

AMBULANCE AWARDS AT FORFAR

PRESENTED AT SOCIAL AND DANCE. The annual social and dance of Forfar ambulance section was held in the West End Reid Hall last night. About 40 couples attended. Mr James Cameron, commandant, presided, and Provost Hanick presented the prizes won during the year to the following s
18 March 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NEW B.B.C. DANCE BAND RECORDED.

NEW B.B.C. DANCE BAND RECORDED.

The debut of the new 8.8.C dance orchestra, underthe direction of Mr Henry Hall, was heralded by the i.s sue of two Columbia records giving four of the airs included in their premiere programme. This. is indeed making history, for these tunes just broadcast to the world will in-
18 March 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Mrs D. M. Phillips presided at the monthly meeting of Stanley B.W.T.A. An address was given Mrs Steedman, and a

Mrs D. M. Phillips presided at the monthly meeting of Stanley B.W.T.A. An address was given Mrs Steedman, and a

programme was contributed by Mrs Damie, Misses Ella Graham, Netta Murray, Isobel Dunbar, and May Waiin. Miss Ilia Gordon was accompanist.
18 March 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
AN IDEA FOR A DAY

AN IDEA FOR A DAY

Here's T>OTH here and in America the list -■-* of days we have to observe seems to be growing. There is mothers' day and children's day, and for aught T know there may be spinsters' day and bachelors' day. Just Think of It. Tt occurs to me there is one splendid day yet to be ins
18 March 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
VASE NO ONE COULD BUY

VASE NO ONE COULD BUY

rpHE famous Portland Vase—the vase they could not sell for more than 29,000 guineas in 1929—is once again to be on Anew in the British Museum, and the fact recalls to memory the curious history of this remarkable objet d'art. Tts name is due to the fact that when, in 1810, it wa
18 March 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LONG-DISTANCE WORDS

LONG-DISTANCE WORDS

HERE ARE SOME TO WIN THE ENDURANCE RECORD f TVHERE are some words that are not meant to be pronounced. Two of those, " dihydrohydrontycodeinone " and " acetyldihydrocodeinone," cropped up in the House of Commons during the committee stage of the Dangerous Drugs Bill this -week,
18 March 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EXPORT TRADE IN BISCUITS

EXPORT TRADE IN BISCUITS

COMMONS WHEAT BILL DISCUSSION. The extent, of Britain's export trade in biscuits was indicated in the Commons last night, when the Wheat Bill was further considered in committee. Discussion was resumed Clause 3, which requires the miller and the importer of flour to make quota p
18 March 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
"PINAFORE" STAGED AT ALYTH

"PINAFORE" STAGED AT ALYTH

Ranger Guides' Successful Performance Alyth Ranger Guides' Operatic Society has been extremely happy in its choice of musical production. „ The presentation of " H.M.S. Pinafore in the Town Ilall last night proved exceedingly acceptable to a packed house. The joyous little tale
18 March 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
JEWELLERY THEFT SEQUEL

JEWELLERY THEFT SEQUEL

DISCOVERY OF, TRAYS AT DUNFERMLINE. Dunfermline City Police have discover?" two of the trays stolon wit'n £100 worth jewellery from Mr E. M. Naysmith's shop Douglas Street. _ The trays wero hidden in the grounds Queen Anne Street Church nearby. None of the stolen rings or pendan
18 March 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland