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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE MAINE REPORT EXPECTED TO-DAY EXTRAORDINARY SECRECY [Renter's Telegrams.] President M'Kinley expects the report of the Court of Inquiry in the Maine disaster to-morrow or Saturday. Washington, Thursday, The document will be brought by a naval officer, as it Subscribers-only content

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    CYCLING, Light Lamps at Monday. Mar. 21 7 25 p.m. Tuesday. Mar. 22, 7.27 p.m. Wednesday, Mar. 23 7.29 pm. Thursday, Mar. 2 i , 7.31 p.m. The Western Distri.-t Council has not been long in recognising that Mr Subscribers-only content

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    STRATUM ART INK Fire at Balmydown.- On Satnrdav forenoon s> tire broke out at the farm of Balmydown. lielong- ing to and occupied by Sir Reginald Ogilvy. On the first appearance of fire the grieve of the farm sent Subscribers-only content

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    CARMYLLIE LIGHT RAILWAY. RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS' ORDER IMPORTANT PROVISIONS The order of tho Light Railway Commissioners Authorising the working as a light railway of the Carmytlie goods lino states that double rails shall bo placed across and on the level Subscribers-only content

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    ENGINEERS' SECRETARYSHIP NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES Nominations for the Secretaryship of the Amalgamated Society of Engineers ha»e been issued to the branches, and show that Mr John Anderson, who was secretary from 1892 to 1896. has been nominated oy 2"J7 Subscribers-only content

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    A WOMAN'S SAD END. Mrs Crow, the wife of Mr James Crow, coach- man at Easby Hall, near Richmond, was found shot on Saturday under remarkable circumstances. On the previous evening deceased, who is about 28 years of age, Subscribers-only content

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    :: lliY MARKET. .: . : .t:irrsr half of the double villa . : erection in Glasgow Road, . ■ '.:-'. !••. has been sold by Mr A. • :,_• for the proprietor, to Mr it ir, for a Subscribers-only content

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    The fund placed in tbe charge of tbe ot_c„_ tr_ tees under the Charitable Trusts Act continues •_ increase. At the close of lant year the amount i , eluded L.1. 360,159 Government stook L 4 047 India stock, Subscribers-only content

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    Th* ' Times' City Article says- The discount demand j at the bank on Friday was considerable, and the rates ( out of doors approximated nearly to the bank mini. I mum, owing to the requirements for the deposits Subscribers-only content

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    PUBLIC NOTICES. ,11■ I * I I BROUGHTY CASTLE BOWLING CLUfiL - Members meet on the One* at Five o'clock this After- noon. FREE CHURCH TRAINING COLLEGE, MORAY HOUSE, EDINBURGH. PREPARATORY CLASS. A CLASS will be formed on Thursday, Subscribers-only content

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    c6nt__mporaries. " The following letter, from a " Discontented Co- tributer" appeare in the Pall Mall Gazette - ■ Si*, -I should be glad to learn what my con- temporaries have done that the should be degraded j from Subscribers-only content

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    LETTERS fO tbe editor. TfiE ALBERT INSTITUTE. Sir,- From the very first, when it was proposed to build " a people's institute ' on the site purchased by the Albert Institute shareholders, I have always held that such an Subscribers-only content

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    Some little _ite_ occurred at the beginning of the process of laying the Atlantic Cable ; but it is now said to be remedied. The insulation became defective, and thia waa supposed to arise from chafing near the shore Subscribers-only content

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    The Russians bave gained, or ar* said to have gained, a great victory in Turkiatan, having cap- tured Taschkend, with a trifling loot. The occupation of that town is, it is said, only pro- visional, but M-Ujco vite provisions Subscribers-only content

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    Up to yesterday .rooming one thousand and fifty miles of tlic- Atlantic cable had been paid out, and all was going on well. Tho Empebor of Austria has been .seized with a sudden fit of generosity to wardf,' "the Subscribers-only content

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    PUBLIC NOTICEB. ST DAVID'S LODGE, No. 78. THE BRETHREN are requested to -meet ia tbe Lodge Room. Crown Hotel, on Thursday flrst, at o o'clock p.m., to make arrangement* to attend the laying of the Foundation Stone of the Subscribers-only content

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    COTTON MARKET. LIVERPOOL, Friday. - Market unchanged. Sales, 6000 bales. On speculation and for export, 1000 bales. 600 American, 17i to 20; 250 Brazil, 17 to 18; 400 Egyptian, 17i to 24 ; 200 Smyrna, 12jf to 144 : Subscribers-only content

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    ®l)c Dunticc Courier & %xs\\z. Price Ove Penny (PUBLISHED DAILY.) DUNDEE, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1865. REGISTERED FOR TRANSMISSION ABROAD No. 3746. Subscribers-only content

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