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7 October 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
FISH

FISH

ABERDEEN . —loits-two trawlers and two steam liners landed a lair supply oi 250 tons at the Fish Market yesterday . The demand -was fairand there was little change in prices . Quotations : —Cod , 13 s to £ l 15 s per lire ; ling . 12 s per cwt to 4 s each ; saithe , 8 s 6 d per
7 October 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Closing HanKC

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7 October 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PROVISIONS

PROVISIONS

LONDON Provisions Exchange BACOX was in quieter demand , and the market generally was weak . All trading is at "pen prices until to-day . Irish killings last , week numbered 21 , 927 in ihe Free State and 11 , 736 in Northern Ireland ; which compares with 2 o , 310 and 13 , 900
7 October 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
II Sir . John Jiiggins , an authority on metallurgy and woolhas died at Melbourne , aged 74 ( says

II Sir . John Jiiggins , an authority on metallurgy and woolhas died at Melbourne , aged 74 ( says

Reuter . ) . He was chairman in Australia of the British-Australian Wool Realisation Association . ( Ltd . ) from 1921-26 . He became a metallurgist tfter studying at the . School of Mines , Bendsjio , and upon the outbreak of war . he accepted the position of metallurgical " -
7 October 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
NEW YOKK-STOCK EXCHANGE RECOVERY AFTER EARLY / WEAKNESS : STEADIER TONE LATER AND CLOSE FIRM

NEW YOKK-STOCK EXCHANGE RECOVERY AFTER EARLY / WEAKNESS : STEADIER TONE LATER AND CLOSE FIRM

[ FROM , OUR COMMERCIAL ' ; , ' New York , 'October 6 Nervousness over foreign and domestic political developments continued to affect the stock market , but early weakness was followed by a good recovery , and at the close of the session many of the pivotal stocks regained much
7 October 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
RAILWAY . TRAFFICS FIRST RETURNS AFTER FARES-- INCREASE WEEK'S TOTAL UP BY £ 146 , 000

RAILWAY . TRAFFICS FIRST RETURNS AFTER FARES-- INCREASE WEEK'S TOTAL UP BY £ 146 , 000

Particular interest attaches to tne weeKiy traffic receipts of the four railway companies , issued yesterday , lor they are the . first ^ published following the fares increase which . came into force last week . The receipts of three of them—the G . WIR ., " ,. the L . M . S .,
7 October 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EW LUCE SHEEP DOG TRIALS ilex . Millar Leads " in'Open Class

EW LUCE SHEEP DOG TRIALS ilex . Millar Leads " in'Open Class

. Noted sheep dogs were included in 50 entrants which took part in New Luce sheep dog trials yesterday . The best ' performance Of _ the 1 day was given by Alex . Millar ' s Ben . which . made an almost perfect run . A local handler . Wm . M'Caig ; was ; only one point behind "
7 October 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Death of a Cumberland Cattle and Horse Breeder

Death of a Cumberland Cattle and Horse Breeder

The doyen of Cumberland pedigree Shorthorn breeders , Mr William Hill , has died at Clea Hall , Wigton , at the age of 87 . Deceased was a well-known breeder of pedigree dairy Shorthorns , and at his dispersal sale in 1919 seven cows averaged over £ 200 each , whilst the herd av
7 October 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
hesd . Home-graicd cattle were » Ini ; . - better selection than last Week . Irish cattle were a

hesd . Home-graicd cattle were » Ini ; . - better selection than last Week . Irish cattle were a

e /^ ii ! selection , comprising a fine ottering ot bulling Jilkrs and istirkf . There was a larger attendance of bityWs . and although bidding was rather treer , -cattle tflrnvh be quoted any ijearer . Irish cattle met a lair' deina-bO , and an almost total clearance was cflcct
7 October 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland