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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWS OF THE DAY. Mrs Ninnes dropped dead from excessive heat at Sidcup on Saturday. A heavy thunderstorm did considerable damage ia North Wales on Monday morning. Mr Eugene Wason, M.P. for South Ayrshire, has resolved to act as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE ARGENTINE REVOLT. BRIGANDAGE AND MURDER. A Buenos Ayres telegram says the scattered in- surgent hands in the province of Sante Fe are plundering and killing the foreign settlers. The German Consul consequently made repreMntations to the authorities, who Subscribers-only content

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    AGRICULTURAL NOTES. rnRRIEMUIR PLOUGHING MATCH AN INTERESTING DAY. ■*he annual ploughing match under the auspices A tbe Kirriemuir and District Agricultural Associa- tion took place on a field on the farm of Easter j-f-mus tenanted by Mr P. G. Subscribers-only content

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    VOLUNTEERS. Alyth. - The annual New Year's prize shooting competition of E Company sth V.8.R.H., Alyth, came off at the range on Monday. The day was good for shooting, and good scores were made. Conditions, 14 rounds at 200 Subscribers-only content

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    An official intimation ha 3 just been received by the Swiss Federal Council of our Queen's pro- jected visit to Geneva. An insurrection is stated to have actually broken out in the Spanish province of Arragon", the rebels being Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The mineral resources of New Zealand., 1897

    where it was at one time calculated that upwards of 100,000,000 tons were available; and at Green Island and Saddle Hill , in the same pro¬ vincial district, thick seams of brown coal, in grits and clay-shale, were opened out Subscribers-only content

    The Leeward Islands, 1898

    a secure refuge to the animal, close to his food, the sugar cane. Again, in 1739 the works upon Saddle Hill were abandoned after an expenditure of 1,200?., and all attempts of the President and Council to induce the Assembly Subscribers-only content

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