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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    p.m. p.m. p.m. DUNDEE leave 1 S 151 1 50 *3 15 115,7 5 Ninewells Jn '82111 56 351 421 711 ... ... Li* , 3 25112 2P: ... .4 25, 7 15 Camperdown I ... hj 8 ... 4 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DUNDEE SCHOOL BOARD. The monthly meeting of the Dnndee School Board was held yesterday-ex-Provost Moncur, the chairman, presiding. There were also present Rev. Dr Grant, Very Rev. Dean Nicolson, Beys." D. M. Ross.D. B. Cameron, William Hamilton, and W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE BIRTH IN DUNDEE PRISON. Mr Agaew, the procurator-fiscal at Dundee, has now forwarded to Edinburgh the report prepared by Drs J. W. Miller, Templeman, and Stalker regarding the post-ttiortem examination on the body of the female child born Subscribers-only content

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    ANGLING. TnE Teitk. - Sport, notwithstanding the favourable condition of the river, has not improved this week The weather has been exceptionally stormy, therefore the lochs have not been much tested. The following arc the takes in the Cal- Subscribers-only content

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    AMERICAN PRICES. NEW YORK STOCKS. [Special Cablegram.} New York, Thursday Evening. Money easier. Sterling Exchange weak. The Stock market to-day showed °weakness and uneasiness on advices that the London market was uneasy and unsettled. The decline in Spanish Fours 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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    THE SCOTTISH NATIONAL PRINCE CONSORT MEMORIAL. A general meeting of the Scottish National Memo- rial Central Committee was held yesterday in the rooms of the Board of Supervision, George Street, Edinburgh- His Grace the Duke of Buccleuch, pre- siding. Subscribers-only content

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    EXCITING SCENE AT THE STANM ERGATE. NARROW ESCAPE OF TWO YOUNG LADS FROM DROWNING. Yesterday afternoon an accident occurred to two young lads while b .thing in tho river at the Stan- nergate, and but for the timeons assistance Subscribers-only content

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    CATTLE MARKETS. X) I All. Mummy. -At James Scott's ueeklv sale *V vcrv I. WUS i_ fai /."«PP». ot fat stock forward, and a b,Ti_ i\? • . ' ■' '"•**«*<»«» cattle, a number ol then. ___. i_7 ?." Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOOTBALL. A meeting of the. Bob Roy F.C. was held on Thursday night, when it was resolved to change the name of the (Jluh to iidengrove. Officebearers wero elected for the year ns follows : - WiUiam Bissett, captain Subscribers-only content

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    THE SERYO-BULGAItIAX WAR. INDEMNITY DEMANDED. PAINFUL SCENES AUSTRIAN THREATS The Press Associatim leari.s that Prince Alex- ander will not, it is believed, demand an indemnity in territory in return for checking his victorious ad- vance into Servia. A money Subscribers-only content

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    NEWS IN BRIEF. Yesterday Lord Provost Fleming, Aber- leen, arrived home from his business and pleasure trip in Finland. , The War Office has directed preparation of a cavalry draft as strong as poesible to sail tor South Africa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRAD ? DURING TIIK PAST WEEK. l£ rom the Mark Lane Express ot Monday kioentno.) The past week, Uke its predecessor, was not without rain, but not m sufficient quantities to occasion any serious Subscribers-only content

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    NEW GOODS FOX SUMMER. LAEGE PURCHASES RICH BLACK AND COLOURED SILKS, RICH FRENCH JACKETS, COSTUMES, MILLINERY, PIQUES, MUSLINS, FLOWERS, AND GENERAL FANCY GOODS, PARIS AND LYONS. EXTRAORDINARY LARGE PURCHASES OF RICH FANCY DRESSES, REPPS, COSTUMES, PETTICOATS, MILLINERY, PARASOLS, HATS, Subscribers-only content

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    r^ffun.Eß-Fi nc Agencies. «_- -vT-"\Yint-d- Liberal Terms ; Whole or Stiare i GtM- ..Vinance. -_ to -"-5 Strand London, W.C. -^ --ta --"EMPLOYMENT.- A Situation is Open C° Fei_n with Good References, and of Fair tll «hois Willing to Subscribers-only content

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    TO-DAY'S WEATHER FORECASTS. London, Thursday Ermine. 0. Scotland N.- Westerly and south-westerly breezes, light: tair, hazy. 1. SooilaDd E- Same a« No. 0. 2. EDgland X. E- Same as No. 0. 5. England E.- North-easterly and easterly winds, light Subscribers-only content

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    INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS, The annual report of the Inspector of Re- formatory and Industrial Schools gives a gratifying account of the influence and value of these institutions. While adult commit- ments have unfortunately been increasing, those of juveniles have been Subscribers-only content

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    SHOBEHAM ELECTION. DECLARATION OP THB POLL. The following i* the result of the polling on Friday :- • Walker Wyndham Bun.ll (Conservative) ... J___r Egerton Hubbard, jun. (Liberal) 130. Subscribers-only content

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    SHIPPING NEWS. AEBTVAL AT D tTNTp BE. UAMPK .DOWN DOCK. _. .. March 26.- London (a), 946, Speedy, London, goods; C_a»» berland (s), 558, Tait, Hamburg via Graugemoath, gooaj. Rhea (.<), 667, Mugti, Bougie, esparto gr»s_; C_»r (s_ S71, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS AT DUNDEE. Jinnary 20.- King William's Doefr- Frau Peta. Jansen, Antwerp bark ; M«y Stuart, Fotheringham. London jute. Victoria Dock- Londonderry (s.), Slater, Sunderland, coals ; Niinrou, Smith, Sunderland, coals. DEPARTURES FROM DUNDEE. January SO- Harvest Subscribers-only content

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