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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    '|is yWelcoi ae-Now Ready. Ir-. •*•* j. "At'!" >rv mtf-^'" >econie popular with the >i. °" lr trr-a.J^ 1 °f the home will receive •'-^"Min'ruu atld all subjects that ••■rjj.'^'T (j| ;J" ' a WW will receive attention. ■'<-° Subscribers-only content

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    BANKFOOT The Ladies' Tour.- On Thursday evening Miss Bessie Maxwell, one of the Courier Lativ Tourists, delivered a lecture on her recent tour round the world, illustrated with limelight views. There was a large audience, and Rev. W. S. Subscribers-only content

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    THE MINING MARKET. PRESIDENT KRUGER'S VISIT. SOUTH AFRICANS STEADIER. By Courier Special Wire. London, Monday Evening. Business in Mining market has been rather inactive, and South Africans were steadier by reports of increased supply of labour and stronger prospect Subscribers-only content

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    At Birmingham Assizes last night, Herbert Edward Allen, barman, was sentenced to death for the murder of the manager of one of the Bodwga branches in Birmingham. The Grand Committee on Trade yesterday re- sumed consideration of the Shops Subscribers-only content

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    <Jr CAKKOT AFFORD TO HESITATE. - r riMl'M ,s AND NEIGHBOURS Yi ,l]l ' PROCLAIM puxKirs gAFE CURE *TH£<»NLY RELIABLE REMEDY A FOR THE CURE OF )>]:V .\ND LiTER DISEASES -vmHEI» HOUSES AND LODGTNGS -Vi FT l ">< Ti,j: Subscribers-only content

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    GOODS ENTERED TO CUSTOM-HOUSE YESTERDAY. Imports Foreign. Otra(s), Christophersen, Drontbeim, 26,411 pieces deals and liuttens, 720 loads- Bell & Bime, Limited; P. S. Nicoll, agent. County of Caithness, Cunning, Chittagong, 3174 bales jute. 567 tons- T. S. Ross k Subscribers-only content

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    DUNDEE OOODS IN NEW YORK. [From Our Own Correspondent.] New York, March 14, 1396. The number of buyers has kept up well ! during the week, but the inclement weather j which prevailed did not help to improve the Subscribers-only content

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    EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF ALLEGED SLANDER, A case of an extraordinary character, arising out of an action for alleged slander, came before Sheriff Hill in the Dingwall Sheriff Court on Friday. The action was at the instance of Robert Campbell, Subscribers-only content

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    MONETARY & COMMERCIAL. GOOD SUPPLY OF CAPITAL OFFERING FOREIGN BONDS DULL. STEADINESS IN THE RAILWAY MARKET. By Courier Special Wire. The monetary situation has not varied. A good supply of capital is offering, and, although rather more inquiry may Subscribers-only content

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    DUNDEE PEOPLE S PALACE Last night a very large audience assembled in the Palace, and from start to finish the greatest enthusiasm prevailed. Prominent amongst those who distinguished themselves were the Donaldson Brothers and Ardell in a most amusing Subscribers-only content

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    HORSELESS CARRIAGES The age of the horseless carriage - to give the new means of transit its popular though not very euphonious title - seems to be rapidly approaching, if, indeed, it is not altogether upon us. Within a Subscribers-only content

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    Weekly Welcome- Now Ready. Get the new paper, the most entertaining and companionable ever published. Splendid to read in the train, pleasant to glance at on the car, and positively unrivalled for the fii-eside. Abound' with humour, is admirably Subscribers-only content

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    SHIP CAPTAIN SUED FOR ASSAULT. In the Court of Session on Saturday, Lord Adam and a jury sat to try an action in which William Wallace, shipmaster, 4 Hamilton Place, Leitb, sued Alexander Masson, master and owner of the Subscribers-only content

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    GOLF. Copar Fife. - It is proposed to reopen the ladies' golf course at Bonvil Park. Brocghty Club. - The following were drawn last night in the first round for the Koliertson Cup. The round has to be played Subscribers-only content

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    FIFE SEPARATION CASE. Lord Kincairney yesterday issued his judgment in the action for separation and aliment at the instance of Grace Wood or Buchan, St Monance, against her husband, James Buchan, fisherman, 14 Castle Street. Peterhead. Pursuer sued for Subscribers-only content

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    RACK-RENTING IN EDIN- BURGH. On Saturday evening a meeting, called by the Independent Labour Party, was held in the Moulders' Hall, Edinburgh, to consider the increase of house rents, made particularly on lower C la. ss property . Mr Subscribers-only content

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    DUNDEE NEW POST OFFICE. THE FOUNDATION-STONE QUESTION STATEMENT BY SIR THOMAS TMOKXTON DISCUSSION THE REPORTERS AND A HI'MOKOUS Last night Sir Tliomas Thornton, town clerk, Dundee, issued a statement on the Post Ottiee foundation-stone question. He s:iyn : Early Subscribers-only content

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    THE PARIS BOURSE Paris, Friday. To-day's Bourse commenced with a heavy tone in all departments, owing to the fact that the anticipated change in the Cabinet has not taken place. The step taken by the C.iisse of the Egyptian Subscribers-only content

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    _ THE THEATRE IN SCOTLAND. ±ne rollowing are the theatrical engagements _Q the principal cities in Scotland for the cur- rent week : - Dundee.- Her Majesty's- " La Ponpee." Edinburgh.- The Lyceum- Osmond Tearle. The Royal-" The Sleeping Subscribers-only content

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    DEATH OF AN ARBROATH DOCTOII. We regret to announce the demise of Dr Adams, of The Willows, Arhro»th. For nome time l>ack it had been apparent to Dr Adams's friends that his -yntera was gradually showing signs of break- Subscribers-only content

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