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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MR SHIRESS WILL, M.P., AT BRECHIN. Last night Mr Shiresa Will, M.P. for the Mon- trose District of Burghs, addressed his constituents in the City Hall, Brechin. There was not a large attendance. Provost Lamb presided, and intro- duced Subscribers-only content

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    FISHING. Arbroath. - Our chief arrivals on Saturday were the big boats and yawls, which bad been at the deep sea fishing. They had fair takes*, 20 to 28 baskets in most cuses, but being Saturday there was no Subscribers-only content

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    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

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    LETTERS TO EDITOR QUEEN'S JUBILEE AND THE PAYMENT OF Sib, - The millspinners at their meeting to-day seem to have not fully considered tha needs of all classes in tha community in their resolution to keep their works going Subscribers-only content

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    -KOUGU-Y Fb-t-k-t. •Ji'bil__e Holiday.- A. » meocin- < chants' Society held lass a;^h- in *;<•• Bn_;_.a '•«_■.. mau, Gray Street, Mr V. iiliam __.v... ..... -fotrn, I occupying the chair, tvs saoje_t A ___*< »■._ * . .ay in Subscribers-only content

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    DUNDEE POLICE COURT. FniiiAV- Befoie Bailiu Ogilvie. A Neighbour's Quai-hkx.- George Wink?, carter Blacknepss Road, wa* charge.! with having assaulted Mi. Lawson, wife of Andrew J awson, commission agent, in Blackness Road on the evening of Thnrwlav, _tf£h May Subscribers-only content

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    CATTLE MARKETS! DUNDEE LIVE STOCK SALES. TuKbO-T. At Peter M "ln tyre's weekly sale to-day in his Auctitm Mart, Cattie Market, there was a large supply of fat cattle forward, of good quality, which met with rather a stiff Subscribers-only content

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    PREPARING THE BONFIRE. The piling up of tbe huge bonfire on the Law Hill was carried on yesterday with great vigour. The workmen laboured on from si-* o'clock on Wed- nesday morning till a quarter-past one o'clock on Thursday Subscribers-only content

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    RECEPTION OF MR W. O'BRIEN. EXTRAORDINARY CONDUCT OF SOLDIERS. Mr William O'Brien, M.P., landed at Queens- town at half-past six yesterday morning from the steamer Adriatic Deputations from Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Mallow, Youghal, SUbberecn, Kanturk, Bandon, Mitchelstown, and Midleton Subscribers-only content

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    «Ibe IDunbee Courier. MONDAY, JUNE 20, 1887. Subscribers-only content

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    A PERFORMING BEAR IN A POLICE COURT. At tbe Newcastle Police Court on Saturday-be- fore Mr T. Nelson and Mr John Spencer- Pierre Merle and Paul Can, Frenchmen, were charged by Inspector Warr, R.S.P.C.A., with having cruelly ill-treated a Subscribers-only content

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    IRISH RIOT AT CORK. Great excitement prevailed ia Cork last night. Large crowds assembled singing "God save Ire- land," aad aa attack was made oa the offices of the Constitution, the Conservative organ, the windows being riddled with stones. Subscribers-only content

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    THE ROYAL JUBILEE. A DISGRACEFUL RIOT. The only disturbance which marked the Jubilee celebration in London occurred early this (Wednesday) morning, originating in the Gaiety Bar, where about 200 men as- sembled and created a riot ou being ejected. Subscribers-only content

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    OUB J-O NDON ustter. Lomx}-., Tb____i»y Night. lbs Jubilee is new a thing of ihe past Very q uickly tha outward and visible signs of the late rejoicings are disappearing. Plat- forms sod galleries aie being dismantled ; the Subscribers-only content

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    GOLF. Ladies' Golf Clob, St Andrews.- The monthly medal competition took place on Saturday. The weather was rather dull and cold, but there was a fair field of competitors, thirteen couple entering the lists. The following was the result Subscribers-only content

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    I COBN MARKETS. FORFAR, Monday.- There was a fair attendance at market to-day. Trade was dull, aud little business was dove. Wheat met a slow sale, at laat week's prices, aud barley was 6d per quarter cheaper. Rates : Subscribers-only content

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    COLONIAL AND FOR EIO !* \LUL . I DESPATCH ASD ARRIVAL AT D* >DHr General I'osj Omnrs. >'r .<•. .*! Mails D___*p.«i-.m .. Argentine liepul>lic Jidy i....z..-, .1. i_j Australia! : South & We_.;, 1 P . Ta. mania Subscribers-only content

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    CATTLE MARKETS DUNDBB DEAD MEAT SAI.BS- I>.m*v Mr William Key, ancti' near m.d :_ie.t »i:lra!.ian. hd fair supplies of all th- iirt*. i-»nt lists ■ >>f ilead .neat forward for liis --ale in tlieCiiy Au.ton Mar: Mr. '.Tlitre was Subscribers-only content

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    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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    FORFARIANS IN GLASGOW The second annual festival and assembly of the Natives of Forfar Association in Glassow was held in the Sauchiehall Rooms. Sauchiehall Street, on Friday night. Provost M 'Dougall, Forfar, occupied the chair, and wa>= supported by Subscribers-only content

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