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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    defnyddio y rhaff anferth yes yn y twoel yn Glasgow b er llusgo y cerbydresi lhwng gorsaf Queen-street a o Cowlairs. I Da genym allu hysbyau fod y fasnach lechan yn g adfywio; ac mai ewn bywyd a glywir o Subscribers-only content

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    were built in the reign of Charles the Second. DREADFUL ACCIDENT AT GLASGOW.-On Tuesday the major partot the buildings at Cowlairs station, Edin- burgh and Glasgow Railway, fell down, and a great number of the workmen were buried in the Subscribers-only content

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    Edinburgh. A train comprising eleven trucks, eacn truck loaded with five or six tons of freestone, had arrived at the Cowlairs station. The engine was detached, and the firemen proceeded to affix a break in front, befo-e descend_ ing the Subscribers-only content

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    arid Glosgow railway lite. It appears that a lrggage train front Edit- burgh, oar comsing down the incline from the Cowlairs station, acqirired sasch a velocity, while passing through the tunnel, that tie neen stationed at the breaks hird rot Subscribers-only content

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    some of the elder convicts, to enable them to effect their escape. A person named Boyd, the manager at the Cowlairs station on the Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway, was found verymuch mutilated on the rails on the night of the Subscribers-only content

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    isg James Douglas, agsd twenty.tbreeh r.years, unmarried, whlile ihm ,ng on. the buffer of a wagon t~ hic ws bingshnisedat Cowlairs, near Glasgow, over- ~ st balausced himself and fell 'upon . the rails. Three wagons ti ly passed over Subscribers-only content

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    huge rope isto be used iii worlriiig the trains in the tunnel A at Glasgow between Queen Street Station and Cowlairs. a Mr. J. J. Horroclks, of Adelaide and Sydney, the solo Australian agent for Mlessrs. Austin and Dodson, Cam- Subscribers-only content

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    Final score-u WrexhS4l H Rhosthyllen,_O. MAre s fat a ccurat IAn the cogpetinton for the Glasgow Nort-Ei d te Cup, Cowlairs heat Glasgow Thistle by3 gols to o, and Northern defeated Clyde by 3 goats to2. A matfc, at hi Subscribers-only content

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    (Dum bartonu, McLaren (Celtic); forwards (right) Lata (Duinbarton Athletics), Berry (Qeen's Park), (centre) Oswald (Third' Lanark), (left) Muro (Abercorn), McPherson (Cowlairs). The followi was selected to play against Wales :-Goal, Mfest (Dumbarton Athletic); backs, Thomson (captain), Rae (Thid L Ianark; Subscribers-only content

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    Cowr.-ens.-Played at Cowlairs. In the first half Cowlairs, with the wind in their favour, had slightly the best of the play. In the second period Dumbarton gained the winning point shortly before time. Result: Dumnbarton 2 goals, Cowlairs I goal. Subscribers-only content

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    Smith, of the Edinburgh HfibernianLs, and C-olman, of the C-eltic, to streng-then their ranks; while the County included McInnes, of Cowlairs, in their eleve, Jaes Owald eingnot uite well enough to play Th gae ws vey fst nd ven, the Subscribers-only content

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    by 1 goal too0. COVEREAIRS V. CsAusLAcceNG.-At Cowlairs.. In the first half the play was shghtly in favour of the Cowlairs, who scored throunb. McPherson and McCartney. In the second period the Cowlairs added two more goals to their score, Subscribers-only content

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    SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL .THE LEAGUE.v Acc-iNGONo V. fT0oax-At Accrington, beTore only a ti moderate, gathering of spectators Stoke, who arrived SC half an hour late, were without Clare, M'Cormick. and b: Christie. Accrington kicked off and at;tacked first.' The T Subscribers-only content

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    broke out at eleven o'clock last night in the oil manufactory and refining works of Robert Hutchinson, Spring Vale Mills, Cowlairs, Glasgow. The works cover an acre and half, with numerous buildings. The damage is estimated at £25,000. Yesterday, the Subscribers-only content

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    cent, per annum, on the 4th of July. The North British Dailv Mail understands that Mr. Robert Hutchinson, oil manufacturer, Cowlairs, has sus. pended payment, with liabilities said to be from £20,000. to A0D,000. Official notice is given that a Subscribers-only content

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    v. 001VAIRfl. fload, Perry lBarr, between tlie Cowlairs; teaut frone Glasgowitnd the Aston V'illa, and although there were several Important local sporting fixtures to militate against lb's attendance, smile two thousand persons %witnessed the gaine. A slrizzilog rain some- what Subscribers-only content

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    or Burnley drd Lanark R.. v. Bolton Wanderers; Renton v. Blackburn Rovers; Preston North End v. Witton. SE:coon DivisroN;.-Rossendale v. Cowlairs; Great Lever v. Cliftonville: Partick Thistle v. Fleetwood Rangers; Glasgow Rangers v. Church or Rawtenstall. TunmD Drvisios.-Derbv .lunction v. Subscribers-only content

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    DriqsIow-.-Rentoa or Blackberm lovers a. Preston North End: Darwen v. Bolton Wanderers. ScourD Divcsxoru-Cliitonville v. Partick Thistle; Glasgow Bangers v. Cowlairs or Rossnecdale. TucRD Dcnisins.-Walsall Town v. Mitchells St. George's Aston Villa v. volverhanmpton WV-anderers; West Bromnich Albion, a b::e Subscribers-only content

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    won the toss, scored twice, whitej ~.Cowlairs could not gain a point. Subsequently the play ruled more even; but although Cowlairs obtained 2 goals to 1, they~ to could non qunite retrieve their early disasters, and suffered defeat I- by Subscribers-only content

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    to high rank. The Hibernians (the holders of the Scotch Cup), the Glasgoxv Rangers (practically an international team), Queen's Park, Cowlairs, Battlefield, and Greenock orerten have all fallen victims to their prowess. They have not, however, met either the Preston Subscribers-only content

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