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You searched for: Place: Dunduff, Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31, Resource: British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    millwright-J- and R. Drysdale, Balbirnie, near Markinch, Fifeshire, mono- facturers-C. Galli, Edinburgh, picture dealer-N. C. MiLarea, Glasgow, accountant-- R. Curror, Dunduff, Fifeohire. Friday, September 2. WAR OFFIlCE, SEPTEMBER. 2. 6th Dragoons-T. F. Grove, Gent. to be Cornet, by parchawn vice Subscribers-only content

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    ventured oat in the district. As the day advanced, however, the weather im- proved, and by neon sunshine prevailed. On Dunduff and Petfirran moors there was good sport, and on Blairadar |and Cleish grounds excellent bags were obtained. she prospects Subscribers-only content

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    THE FAMINE IN INDIA (FRONf'Tz - -lD.._-_ ... =FROlI THE EVENING FREEMAN.) Dublin, Friday Evening. A public meeting of the citizens was held to day in the Uansion-house to adopt measures to re lieve the existing distrets in India. Subscribers-only content

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    THE LAND ACT OF 1870. MEETING OF PURCHA5SERS IN DERRY. A laraely-attenade .meeting of purchasers under the Land Act of 1B70 was held yesterday in the Corporation Hall.' Derry. Amongst those pre. sent were-The oayor (Mr. Thomas Lecky, J.P.); Subscribers-only content

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    early this morning. and' few sportsmen ventured early on the moor. The weather im- proved as ,the dlay advanced. On Dunduff moors sport has been fairly good, and on Pitferran. Blairadamn, and Cleish moors excellent bags were obtained. The prospects Subscribers-only content

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    four prizes I for competition, which were awvarded to Mr. John the K'Kee. Xullough, Killyleagh; Ma'. Saral. Cunning. rat hamI Dunduff, Port Manor Cunningtham; M'r. the Jrames MWMullan, Mullaghmossack, Caledon ; and the Mr. Robert Wright, Rulmors, Dungannon. The the Subscribers-only content

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    94-Bantams, game. cock and ben. First prize, 21; second prize, lOs; third prize, 5s. 1, Walter Firth; 2, John Sneddon, Dunduff, N.B.; 3, Waiter Firth; r., Lucan Dairy; v.h.c. and h.c., Thomas Finlay, Kiloranney, oleraine. Class 95-Bantams, black or white Subscribers-only content

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    M'CORMACK'S REAPING MACHINE. ON learning thatthis machine was not likely tobetried n Ayrshire, a party of farmers, including Mr. Ralston, Dunduff, Mr. Tennent, Shields, &e., left Ayr, on Tues- day evening, for the purpote of seeing it at work near Subscribers-only content

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    Royal Exchange, Edinburgh, Neil Campbell M'Laren, Glasgow, accountant, Sept. 2, 23, at 12 o'elock, at Brook's Coffeehouse, Glasgow. Robert Curror, Dunduff, Sept. 6, 23, at 1 o'clock, at the Spire Inn, INSOLVENT DEBTORS' PETITIONS. SATURDAY, AcG. 27. Orders have been Subscribers-only content

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    Bath, innkeeper- MilK Clapham. shipowner- Crosswell, WaJlbrook, wine merchant- Powell, Birmingham, brassfounder- Gladstone, Poplar, shin. wnght. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. Robert Curror, Dunduff, Fifeshire. John aud Robert Drys.lale, Balbirnie, Fifeshire, manufacturer* Charles Galli, Edinburgh, picture dealer. Neil Campbell M'Laren, Glasgow, accountant. Alexander Subscribers-only content

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    EDINBURGH OPEUATIVE BAKEUS, On Thursday night an "extraordinary pereral meeting" of the Edinburgh branch of the Operative Bakers' National Federal Ui'ion of Scotland was held in the Good Templars' Hall, High Street - Mr William Turnbull. president, in the Subscribers-only content

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    REVENUE RETURNS. Tho foil owing ara the total re_ei;>t. from revenue into the National Exchequer from Ist April, ISSO, to February 13, 1880, »l*o for the corresponding ueriod last year :- Receipts,.. .: £73,54:i.534 Expenditure, _t*7S, J37.393 Balances j_3,H29,473 Subscribers-only content

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    Zbc Bimbee Courier. FRIDAY, JULY 14. 1893. Subscribers-only content

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    BARMAID'S ACTION FOR DECLARATOR OF MARRIAGE. Lord Stormonth Darling, in the Court of Session on Saturday, closed tbe record and ordered proof tn an action by Minnie Green or Borthwick. 9 Blythswood Drive, Great Western Road, Glasgow, against Robert Subscribers-only content

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    TRADE NEWS. DUNDEE TINPLATE WORKERS. A meeting ot the Dundee Branch of tbe Amalga- mated iiiipiate Workers' Union was belu last night in tailors Hail, Overgate. Mr D. Lidded, Ifceai- dent of the Trades oouucil, occupied the chair, and Subscribers-only content

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    INVERNESSHIRE DIVORCE ACTION. THE COUNTY COUNCILLOR AND THE DOCTOR. In the Court of Session on Thursday, evidence was heard by Lord Low in a cross-action for divorce between James Rhodes Douglas, mer- chant, Fort-Augustus, and his wife, Ann Grant Subscribers-only content

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    PERTH TRAMWAYS CGMPAUY COMPLAINTS A*o_T CAR MANAGE MECHANICAL TRACTION AND MUNI- _H£AUaATXQ__. The ordinary general meeting of the Perth and District Tramway- Company was held in the Guild Hall of the city yesterday after-loon. Mr W. S. Ferguson, chairman Subscribers-only content

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    | . THE SEAT FOR EDINBURGH. [The favourable outcome for the Lord I Adv °cate of the meeting of the Edinburgh I United Liberal Association ou Thursday [ evening could take no one by surprise who bad in the Subscribers-only content

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    EXTRAORDINARY WIFE AND HUSBAND HUNT. In the beginning of last week the master of a British American ship, now in Liverpool, was charged before the police magistrate with having stabbed a coloured man, who had been steward on board Subscribers-only content

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    Two Frenchman have been to Vienna iv order to submit to the Emperor Francis Joseph a new gun. They have called it the grajie-shot gun, and it will fire thirty-one rounds without interruption. It akes only twenty seconds to Subscribers-only content

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