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1 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SHEFFIELD STRI

SHEFFIELD STRI

FURTHER RECORD OUTPUTS According to details now available , the November production ol steel ingots and castings in Sheffield of 142 , 200 tons was the third highest monthly total of the year , and was exceeded by only 600 tons in September , and 7600 tons in October , which was
1 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TRADE REPORTS THE METAL MARKETS

TRADE REPORTS THE METAL MARKETS

LONDON The Metal Exchange will be closed on New Year ' s day . COPPER . —Following yesterday ' s sharp setback , the standard market , opened strons and active with three months eagerly taken at the outset at £ 48 17 s 6 d . From this basisvalues steadily appreciated-aud in the
1 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
GL A S GO W EX C HANGE MARKETS FINISH FIRM GL . 15 G 0 W . Thursday—Stock markets

GL A S GO W EX C HANGE MARKETS FINISH FIRM GL . 15 G 0 W . Thursday—Stock markets

I inishe the year with quite a ' firm tone , although onl a modest business was put through . British Funds were fractionally better a jhe close . Home railways lost the turn . Amons ; dollar issues , U . S . Steel finishe round 80 . after having been slightly highei v ,- ! ule
1 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
L , o n d o teN : E-ws

L , o n d o teN : E-ws

[ FROM PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE ] London , Thursday Night " Germany ' s Reply ¦ No intimation had reached Downing Street late this evening that the German reply on the Franco-British request for a ban on " volunteers" to Spain had been received by the British Ambassador in Berlin
1 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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CHILDREN'S THEATRE 4 _—Edinburgh Festive Programme ¦ FUN AND FANTASY

CHILDREN'S THEATRE 4 _—Edinburgh Festive Programme ¦ FUN AND FANTASY

Among Edinburgh ' s festive entertainments , the Children ' s Theatre now holds a distinctive and honoured place . Since 1928 this company , voluntary and unpaid , has devoted itself to the study and practice of children ' s entertainment , Small in financial resources , it has
1 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN UNIVERSITY . i Professor of Natural History MR L . HOGBEN . F . R . S .. D . Sc .

ABERDEEN UNIVERSITY . i Professor of Natural History MR L . HOGBEN . F . R . S .. D . Sc .

It was announced yesterday by the Scottish Office that the King has been pleased , on the recommendation of the Secretary oi State for Scotlandto approve the appointment of Mr Lancelot Hogben . F . R . S ., D . Sc , Professor of Social Biology in the University of London , to be
1 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE YEAR AT HOME

THE YEAR AT HOME

The year which has just drawn to a close was blended of both sunshine and shadow in our home affairs . For many of our fellow-citizens it has been a year of increasing material prosperity . Industry has enjoyed a remarkable recovery ; home trade has been booming ; employment has
1 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Duke Drinks to Health of King George VI

Duke Drinks to Health of King George VI

Vienna , January 1—The toast " His Majesty King George VI" was proposed immediately after midnight by the Duke of Windsor , and drunk by all the guests at Baron Eugene Rothschild ' s New ' Year ' s party at Schloss Enzesfeld , it is reported . A few minutes later a telephone cal
1 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
" EVERYTHING FOR GERMANY" WATCHWORD

" EVERYTHING FOR GERMANY" WATCHWORD

Herr Hitler , who is the Supreme Commander of Germany ' s armed forces , has issued the following New Year message to the Army : — . " A momentous year in the history of Germany ' s armed forces has come to an end . " Since March 7 , 1936 , our regiments stand again on the Rhine
1 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland