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France Startled

France Startled

[ " Morning Post " and " The Scotsman " Correspondent ] Paris , January 6 , —French official quarter : have been startled by the violent attacks or France in the Turkish Press to-day in connection with the Alexandrelta- dispute . The Turks ,, it is reported here , have threatene
7 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
BRITAIN " DUPED " BY ITALY

BRITAIN " DUPED " BY ITALY

Belief in France ; Demand for Spanish Coast " Blockade " [ " Morning Post " and " The Scotsman " Correspondent ] Paris , January 6 . —The conviction is rapidly growing in responsible French quarters that only energetic action by France and Great Britain to enforce non-interventi
7 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
were bound fast in any automatic military obligations . Such obligations would be inconsistent with the democratic system . Our

were bound fast in any automatic military obligations . Such obligations would be inconsistent with the democratic system . Our

people had a right to decide where their interests lay . Let them remember that the first and the greatest of all our vital interests was the defence of our own land and Empire . If we neglected that primary duty we failed , whether we were armed to the teeth or not . If we . co
7 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
OILS PROMINENT Glasgow , Tuesday . — Markets opened quietly to-day , with a slightly easier tendency . Bright features

OILS PROMINENT Glasgow , Tuesday . — Markets opened quietly to-day , with a slightly easier tendency . Bright features

were apparent in the coal section and in textiles , while oils were prominent in the afternoon session . Gilt-edged were quietly steady , with home railways showing very little change . Anglo-American shares had a firmer tendency . Brazils round 19 , and U . S . Steels improving
6 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
COMMERCIAL MARKETS GRAIN

COMMERCIAL MARKETS GRAIN

LONDON The Baltic WHEAT . —Although closing oversea advicts were lack ' ing iu feature , the careo market continued steady , and tUtre wtvt If \ v variations in prices . Pending some tiesti incentive both U . K . and Continental buyers are upparentlj unwilling to add to their co
6 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SCOTTISH BANK RATE

SCOTTISH BANK RATE

The following rates were agreed upon by the Scottish banks for business in Scotland , to take effect from September 1 . 1932 : — DISCOUNT KATES On mercantile bills not above 3 months ' currency 3 percent . On mercantile bill ? , above 3 months' currency 3 I 2 per cent . On other
6 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MINERAL OIL TRADE

MINERAL OIL TRADE

Trading in al ! sections is brisker than ever after the brief holiday . For heavy oils the industrial demand continues active , while a . good volume of business is passing in wax and candles , and motor spirit is largely in rraucst . The only change in prices is in kerosene , o
6 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ANOTHER STEEL F U RNAC E TO BE OPERATED

ANOTHER STEEL F U RNAC E TO BE OPERATED

Good News for Mossend District An indication of the briskness in the Scottish steel trade at the present time is the fact that another furnace is to be put into operation at Clydesdale Steel Works , Mossendbelonging lo Stewarts & Lloyds ( Ltd . ) This extra furnace will be put i
6 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The Italian salvage ship Arpione has left Genoa for South Africa to undertake salvage work on the British steamer Cariboo

The Italian salvage ship Arpione has left Genoa for South Africa to undertake salvage work on the British steamer Cariboo

, sunk off East London with a cargo of copper estimated to be worth £ 35 , 000 . —Reuter .
6 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A BIG CHIMNEY —?—For the Portobello Powei Station FOUNDATION PROBLEM

A BIG CHIMNEY —?—For the Portobello Powei Station FOUNDATION PROBLEM

" Workmen are at present engaged preparing a foundation for the great chimney at Portobello Power Station , which is to do the work of the existing series of eight chimneys . This great pinnacle of brick is sixtOGn sided ia its upper structure , and has a flue of 22 feet diamete
6 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland