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NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET.

NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET.

Pennsylvania crude oil Su'l^Uuban 6 l i' ard (loosei ' 6 9 Tallow, 5%. (?C , al spo i P rice »- 2 -65. Corn, CoHee S? Wl ter ; 82 hard winter, ' 395 h ' - 09; Ma >' 4.14. Flour, 3.85- tinenr - UK 2s 9d-3s ; Concents do., cotton—High density. 66 2) "v, C en '1 ■ SaTann turpentine
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
KEILLER'S STAFF SOCIAL EVENINEG

KEILLER'S STAFF SOCIAL EVENINEG

"™j' 4 dinner in the Royal British W ? U i I'' , an . m ' al when 50 members p as S son- and story. P the ev m ments by Messrs A. R Muir arrangeand C. Gahlinger, facrorv manage^T were proposed b v Mr Simnett wl, loast " Absent Friends » and gaV^' Directors"; 1 r P. Cairns ««V rv
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WHIST PRIZE-WINNERS AT MONTROSE

WHIST PRIZE-WINNERS AT MONTROSE

Good scores were returned in the third night of the whist cup competition sponsored Angus Hall Social Club. Montrose, when Mr A. C. Emslie presided. Fifteen new members were enrolled Dancing was enjoyed to music by Miss B. Rew. A football whist, drive and dance was netd by Angus
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CARNOUSTIE WHIST WINNERS

CARNOUSTIE WHIST WINNERS

tahln, 'I; UTl u ai T as over 15 Pa dnve held Carnoustie house. Supporters' Club in the clubf, n!" A lf;xander presented prizes follow:-Indies 1 Mrs D. Keillor, 2 Mrs tion G " Butehart consols- p', Laggan; lucky table, Mrs Wilson; lucky table, J. SturrodZ *
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THIRD CANDIDATE MAY CONTEST WEST PERTH

THIRD CANDIDATE MAY CONTEST WEST PERTH

REV. A. W. GROUNDWATER DECIDES TO DAY The Courier and Advertiser" learned late last night that there is distinct prospect of a third candidate entering the field in the Kinross and West Perth by-election. Rev A. W. Groundwater, Ooupar Angus, who is well-known in public life thro
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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GRILLER QUARTET'S FINE RECITAL

GRILLER QUARTET'S FINE RECITAL

Miss Kathleen Long Collaborates at Piano By Our Music Critic. more striking evidence of musical culture this country could be found than the position British musicians are now occupying as exponents of chamber music. A few years ago it would have been possible hear a recital of
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CLUB DANCES AT ARBROATH

CLUB DANCES AT ARBROATH

Arbroath Y.M.C.A. Badminton Club a Hotel Soaforth last night About 150 attended, and Messrs \ % Esplin and D. Hunter were M C was by the hotel band. Arrangements were carried through by a committee comprising Miss A. Redford, and Messrs D Booth Urquhart. C. C. M. Gauldie, A. S C
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Pitlochry Revives Old-Time Dances

Pitlochry Revives Old-Time Dances

Pitlochry Revives Old- Time Dances Revival of old-time picturesaue x danoes was a feature of Fisher's Hotel, Pitlochry, arraneori in Scottish Country Dance Club. 0 Special numbers included '< House;' "Dundee Reel," t ) an n Douglas," "Montgomer it y n Mn ,7, "Dalkeith's Strathspe
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BEET GROWERS' DANCE AT CUPAR

BEET GROWERS' DANCE AT CUPAR

With the Scottish sugar beet campaign drawing to a close, Scottish growers last night held their annual dance in the Royal Hotel, Cupar. About 60 couples attended. Arrangements were made by Messrs J. M. Paterson, Auchtermuchty: James Stewart, Cupar; Allan B. Turnbull, Duns; L. M
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ARBROATH HIGH SCHOOL PARTY

ARBROATH HIGH SCHOOL PARTY

Mr D. Drysdale, rector of Arbroath High School, presided over about 140 members of Form I. at a party held in the school last night. A programme of games and dances was under the direction of Miss E. S. Guild, assisted by members of the staff. Accompaniments were played by Miss
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland