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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    every friend of Home Rule, and every enemy of Balfourism, in the constituency." MN~r. John Wilson addressed the electors at Linthouse, last night. Sir John Fender, he said, wished to secure the votes of working men by pormising to send Subscribers-only content

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    UP.-FouRTrl RouND. Vale of Leven 7 v. Grangemouth 1. , Queen's Park 13 v. Aberdeen 1. Third Lanark 2 v. Linthouse 0. PORT VAns -. ROTHERRaAn Tows. - Played at Cobridge, near Burslem. The Valeites lost the toss, and kicked Subscribers-only content

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    oln Sulldayl muorlilli last, wvIhen within a few hours of Now York. A terrible accident occurred on the Clyde at Linthouse, near Glasgow, yesterday inornisig. The steamer Daphne Was being- launched at the yard of ICssrs. ALEX. STErPEN r C Subscribers-only content

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    the relatives so desired it, removed to what had becn their hormes, The sombre vagons plying to and fro Irom Linthouse to the burglh throughout the entire night formned, perhaps, one of the Iriost meilaucsoly features of the awvful catastrophe. Subscribers-only content

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    the launch of the Daphne from the yard of Messrs. Alexander Stephon and Sons, Linthouse, continues the main, and indeed it may be said the only, subject of conversation in the district. Over the com- munity there has been cast Subscribers-only content

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    THE CLYDE. At Linthouse, near Glasgow, operations for raising tlc sunken steamer Daphne, which suddenly beeled over and sank with upwards of 150 men on board on Tuesday last, are being vigorously proceeded with, and sufficient pro- 6gress hac been Subscribers-only content

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    in Liverpool was sen- tenced to six months' imprisonment and two separate floggings-tventy lashes each time. Mr. Alexander Stephen, shipbuilder, Linthouse, pur- chased last week the estate of ICelly, lemyss Bay, for £35 000. The late Mr. Young acquired the Subscribers-only content

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    shipbuilders. Three LI of the beats have been secured by a Port Glasgow firm, It and one has gone to Linthouse. The four have a gross 0registered cairryig capacity of ever 12,000 tens. One of the conteat Las been steeured Subscribers-only content

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    THE " TIMES " .rUSTED. SOME INDEPENDENT OPINI02NS. Mr. Reginald B. Brett, who is opposing Mr. Courtney in Cornwall, sends to the Tieioi a letter in which, after admitting that Professor Dicey his not overstated the force of dhe Subscribers-only content

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    YE STERDAY'S FOOTBALL. NEWCASTLE EAST EmD V. BuRNxEr.-Plaved at Heaton Ground, Newcastle, before a small attendance. The game proved fairly good and fast. The home side scored twice in tte first half by the aid of Wallace and Mcnnes, Subscribers-only content

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    foggy weather, it being very difficult to see at all At half-time neither side had scored. After change of esds Linthouse soon scored, and then the home team put on 2 goals. Sheffield United thus won by 2 goals to Subscribers-only content

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    Celtic scoring 6 goals to 0.-Kilmarnock v. St, Bernard's: Played at Kilmarnock, the visitors winning by 3 goals to 1. Linthouse v. Queen's Park: Playing on their opponents' ground, the Qjueens won easily by 5 goals to 1.-Dumbarton beat the Subscribers-only content

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    rigbt wing forward, of Motherwell, in Ionsequence of a collisgon ith a Celtiu player. In ianotiarmatch, J. Smith of the Linthouse team, bad ib8 collar-bone fractured. II SIR DONALD Oueniu-In memory of the visit paid to am-burg by Sir Donald Subscribers-only content

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    of a newly launched vessel is, happily, of rare occurrence; and though not with- I out precedent, the accident at Linthouse yesterday a s tandsunparalleled asregards theloss of lifoinvolved. a The scene of the disaster will be familiar to all Subscribers-only content

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    for the Glasgow and London- derry Steam Paoket Company, was being launched from the shipbuilding.yard of Me3srs. Stephen and Sons, Linthouse, near Glasgow. At balf-past eleven o'clock the vessel moved off all right when the dog-shores ware cleared away, but Subscribers-only content

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    Bonrd of Trade, arrived frons Lon- t don ire the course of the forenoon, and at once proceeded n to Linthous:e, along with Mr. Eago, one of the local offi- cors of the Board. Captain Price made a arasiul t Subscribers-only content

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    London- derry Steam Packet Company, was being launchol from p Iir, thb shipibuilding-yard of Messrs. Stephen anid Sons, a, Ir. Linthouse, near .Glasgow. At bialf-past eleven o'clock D5 by the vessel moved off all right whnteogsrs C em were clsared Subscribers-only content

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    During the course of the forenoon Mr. Ituith ard Mr. Deas, of the Clyda 'rust, anld Captain. Write, larbour-nmaster, visited Linthouse, ciurd, reeomnensud by Alr. IKemp, of Messrs. Stephen and Soirs, were rwead rounl tie sabriergei vessel. lHaving made a Subscribers-only content

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    give, details of the contracts mada by the individual fims, but generally the firms on the south (or Govan and Linthouse) side of the river have obtained the major portion of the tonnage' laced, and it looks as if thev Subscribers-only content

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    ni. Glasgow Rangers defeatee Clirtorville (Belfast) by eight goals to two. Macclesfield defeated Darwea Hibernians by six goals to one. Linthouse defeated Sunderlgad by two goals to one. TYElsArX (SEtFFIELD) v. DARLINGTON.-Played on Feethams Grouni, Darlincrton, ou Saturday. There was Subscribers-only content

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