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POTATO MARKETS.

POTATO MARKETS.

ARBROATH. —Demand continues very slow. Kerr's PinV ware.. £1;- Great Scot and Majestic seed, 255; King Edward seed, 355. LONDON.— Heavy supplies moved off slowly about late rates. Lincoln Kin* Edward, 4s to ss ; whites 6d; Bedford King Edward, 4s; bit tea, ?s; Essex King Edwaard
13 January 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE MONEY MARKET

THE MONEY MARKET

LOANS AND DISCOUNTS STEADY; SILVER RALLIES. London, Saturday. For Saturday very steady conditions prevailed in the Money market. The ruling rate for call loans was to per cent. Discount rates were well maintaine —two and three months' bank bills at. 4 1-16 to 4g per cent.; four
13 January 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PRODUCE AND PROVISIONS.

PRODUCE AND PROVISIONS.

LONDON PRODUCE.—Pepper quiet but steady. Lampong, Jan.-March, sellers, ll%d; Muntok white, Jan.-March, Is 4*fcd per lb. Tapioca quiet former terras. Sago flour, Feb.-March, U.K., quoted lis 10iAd, c.i.f. African ginger, spot, London, 67s Rice—All Eastern grain unchanged. Spanish
13 January 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKETS.

NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKETS.

. i standard, 14.25. Philadelphia, Petroleum, iV.M. 2.70-3.05. Turpen-14.25. nn y Tallow, 7%. Sugar—Cuban, tine, 56. Lard. 110 . winter, 1.40%; 3.77. Corn, 99%. 7-16; do., luUreshard winter , 5 75 _g 25 Pig- March, 8.45, May,. b.y elivery Boston, 22.66 l.y iron, No. 2 phim BuHai
13 January 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CHICAGO PROVISION AND GRAIN MARKETS.

CHICAGO PROVISION AND GRAIN MARKETS.

Chicago. Saturday. rrUft-f firm, at lc. l'jsc. advance. Opening options—March, • May' 129%. Closing options—March, May, 130-VI3OV-'.; July, 131%-131%. Maize closed tirm %c. to %c. up. Spot, No. 2 mixed Western, 89. Operims optmns—March, 9 15, h ■ May, 94%; July, 96*. Closing opt
13 January 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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TAN NAD ICE AND OATH LAW W.R.I. COMPETITIONS.

TAN NAD ICE AND OATH LAW W.R.I. COMPETITIONS.

The January meeting of Tannadic© and YV.R.I. was held in Botany llall Mrs Wright presiding. Miss Rattray gave a demon strati of passe In a shortbread competition Mrs Batchelor, Milton, Finavon, was the winner. During the evening songs were given by Mrs G. B. M'Farlane and Miss H
13 January 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CUPAR SUNDAY SCHOOL PART"

CUPAR SUNDAY SCHOOL PART"

Cupar Old and St V the third and last their i. parties in the Church - e a*. when about 120 children , classes were entertained- ,gg id / Owing to the size two parties—one for the j,jp afternoon, and another l '£}• kt' in the evening. Miss Allan, jj " was in charge, and Rev. - l
13 January 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CHILDREN'S SERVICE AT GLENBERVIE.

CHILDREN'S SERVICE AT GLENBERVIE.

Yesterday the service in the West Church, Glenbervie, was carried through by the Sunday school children,* under the supervision of their teachers. Rev. P. L. Gordon officiated. The items given included the carol, " List Our Merry Carol," bv Nan Murray, Molly Donald, Bunty Lumsde
13 January 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HELPING COLLISTON PICNIC FUND.

HELPING COLLISTON PICNIC FUND.

A children's concert in aid of the picnic fund was held Colliston Hall. A large audience was presided over by Rev. George Hitchcock, Arbroath, who made fitting reference to the death of Rev. Alexander Mills and to the loss the district had sustained. A programme of songs, dances
13 January 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
"LADIES ONLY" PARTY AT DUNDEE.

"LADIES ONLY" PARTY AT DUNDEE.

ladies and friends of the office staff of Messrs J. & J. Cunningham, Ltd., held their annual party in Ingram's Rooms, Dundee, on Saturday. A feature of this gathering was that there were gentlemen present, but the absence of the mere male proved no handicap to enjoyment. Songs w
13 January 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland