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FURS—an agreeable surprise When it comes to choosing a beautiful QUALITY Fur there's never a doubt about the assurance of

FURS—an agreeable surprise When it comes to choosing a beautiful QUALITY Fur there's never a doubt about the assurance of

satisfaction that follows a visit to Scott, the Dundee Manufacturing Furrier --and invariably agreeable surprise at the moderate price. The new Spring selection is one of the finest that even this well-known l Furrier has had for a long time. It Includes three-quarter length Coa
19 March 1959 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
Local Car Dealer Gets Maximum Fine VEHICLES CAUSED AN OBSTRUCTION When Montrose motor car dealer, David Rennie Broderick. Inchgray. Blackfriars

Local Car Dealer Gets Maximum Fine VEHICLES CAUSED AN OBSTRUCTION When Montrose motor car dealer, David Rennie Broderick. Inchgray. Blackfriars

Street. was asked by two police officers to move two cars he had parked on a public footpath in Western Road, opposite garage premises occupied by haulage contractor John W. McKay, he openly refused. This story was told at Montrose Police Court on Monday. when Broderick was tine
19 March 1959 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
All interested invited.

All interested invited.

ST. ANDREW'S AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION.
14 October 1938 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
THE MARKETS

THE MARKETS

GRAIN.--With more offering, out of condition lots met less ready sale, and quoted lower. Finest qualities steady at late values. Wheat, to 24s per 4; cwt. ; barley. 26s to 32, per 4 ewt.; oats, ISs to 205 per 3 ewt.; oatmeal, 15s per ewt. POTATO.- Ware supply short owing to brok
14 October 1938 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
PUNCTURE-PROOF TYRES

PUNCTURE-PROOF TYRES

. Hopes are entertained of a greatly increased use of cotton, thanks to the discover• by a Lancashire textile chemist of a process for preparing cotton for use in the manufaeture of motor car tyres. This, it is claimed, will lengthen the life of tyres and make them puncture-proof
14 October 1938 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
12th OCTOBER, 181131.

12th OCTOBER, 181131.

14 October 1938 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
[,ETTER TO THE EDITOR

[,ETTER TO THE EDITOR

14 October 1938 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
COUNCIL TOPICS.

COUNCIL TOPICS.

STANDMIL " EDITOR, -0 very many ratepayers are re,o acquaint themselves with the section of the Burgh Police 9 Act, as per Monday evening's the 'town Council, that, such may be procured by any the community, 1 beg that you -.Lune space in your columns this tion is as follows:—"
14 October 1938 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
TOO GENEROUS.

TOO GENEROUS.

Mr Nairn asked if the £6,000 was inclusive of all expenses or were they to consider "that £2 extra to the clerk of works and extra to the joiner--." Mr Donald said the matter would come up immediately after Angus House. Mr Nairn replied that he thought they had been somewhat ove
14 October 1938 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
HOUSING CONVENER'S REMARKS.

HOUSING CONVENER'S REMARKS.

Bailie Beattie said that there were two aspeets which he had to consider in making his decision. One was a personal aspect. There were family reasons and, to some extent, others not unconnected with members of the Council. Another side which he had to consider was the housing qu
14 October 1938 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland