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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The remains of Lord Leighton were interred yesterday in St Paul's Cathedral. The Belfast master engineers have decided to grant the advance of 2s per week demanded by the ironmoulders. A serious accident occurred at Kenmuir Colliery, near Baillieston. Subscribers-only content

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    ECCLESIASTICAL. AkkroathFree Pheseytehy. -This body m*t yesterday iv the hall of Ladyloan Free Church, Arbroath - Rev. .1. Adams. Inverkeijor (moderator), presiding. Rev. A. Rust submitted a report on the Sustentation Fund tor the eight months to 10th January. Subscribers-only content

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    LATEST MOVEMENTS OF DUNDEE JUTE FLEET. NEW SEASON'S JUTE. Left Calcutta. Alcesler, Nov. 15 Scindia, De--. 13 Holkar. De.- 14 Glenmoor (»). Dee. _r- Passed Port Said, Jan. 22 I_ngbank (sl. Jan 2 - Passed Suez, Jan. 24 Ameer Subscribers-only content

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    SINGULAR EXPLOSION AT HUDDERSFIELD. On Saturday morning, between eleven and twelve o'clock, a somewhat serious gas accident occurred at the works of Mr George Garton, phnnber, glazier, kc. Market Place, Hudders- field. Mr Garton has invented a machine for Subscribers-only content

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    DIVIDENDS Cheque Bank, London, 7; per cent. Dresdner Bank, Berlin, 8" per cent. I-rondon General Omnibus Company, at the rate of 8 per cent, per annum. Charing Cross and Strand Electricity Supply Corporation, at the rate of 6 per Subscribers-only content

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    THE GRIEVANCES OF MANCHESTER POSTMEN. On Monday, at the House of Lords, the Inter- Departmental Committee on Post Office Estab- lishments held another sitting- under the presi- dency of Lord Tweedmouth. Mr William Martin, a Manchester postman, said he Subscribers-only content

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    PROPERTY MAR KET. Dundee.- Messrs 1). S. Littlejohn, Son. .t Scott, solicitors, Dundee, have sold to Messrs Dickie k Paul, solicitors, the valuable property consisting of four-storey tenements, forming Nos. 23. 25, 27, 29, 31, 33, and 35 North Subscribers-only content

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    FOOTBALL NOTES. THE SEMI-FINAL OF THE SCOTTISH CUP. SCOTTISH AND ENGLISH LEAGUE FI__TUKJ-S. After the International and Cup tie rush of last Saturday, the limited area ot to-morrow s tixtures will be gladly welcomed by the general body of Subscribers-only content

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    BELFAST TRADE REPORT. [Specially Contributed to the Courier.] Belfast, Friday. The market is firm throughout its several branches, with an increasing turnover in the Cloth end. Moderate supplies of Flax are offering at the Farmers' Market, prices showing a Subscribers-only content

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    DUNDEE POLICE COURT. FRl__.Y- Before Hailie Don.. An T'n event*--* '. Sitting.- There were eight case t on the roll two of which had been continued from a previous diet The calendar comprised four •'dn.rikf, two cases of theft, Subscribers-only content

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    ART LECTURE IN DUNDEE. IMPRESSIONS OF SPAIN. The seventeenth and concluding lecture of the series in connection with the Dundee Fine Art Exhibition was delivered on Saturday to a large audience, whicli entirely filled the Great Gallery, and exceeded Subscribers-only content

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    DUNDEE LIBERAL UNIONIST ASSOCIATION. LECTURE ON SOUTH AFRICA. Last night, under the auspices of the Dundee Liberal Unionist Association, Mr Scott Brown, advocate, Edinburgh, delivered a lecture on " The Development of South Africa" to a crowded audience in Subscribers-only content

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    Out on Monday - -Weekly Welcome. The paper for everybn.ly - Bo columns for one penny. Contains " A Daughter of the Lancets: A Romance of Piers'iill Barrack»," and another brilliant serial by Dora Kussell. A dozen interest- ing Subscribers-only content

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    DUNDEE AND LIQUOR LAW REFORM. REV. D. M. ROSS ON* THE SUBJECT. Last night the Rev. D. M. Ross, St John's Free Church, lectured to the Dundee Liberal Associa- tion on the question of liquor law reform - ex- Subscribers-only content

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    DUNDEE POLICE COURT. Saturday- Before Bailie Mudie Paying Wages in PcBUC-Hot-SES.-^Jameß Cowie, con- tra .tor." Perth Road, was charged with having, on 27th Feb., contravened the A--t for preventing the payment of wages in public-houses by paying wages to Subscribers-only content

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    -HE ASHAX'riK EXPEDITION. •DYING MESSAGE FBOM PRINCE Th. I, • , , I!|:: «Y. !■;•■.!_ v ' '! Benin arrived in qTT -V . v '--!':'v aternoou from the West ..'ri'_. having auong her passengers siv *"* ant, lii*.. Subscribers-only content

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    COURIER DAILY ; ".Ft?: Porridge »nd Cream. Toa.-:. "•ins : *. Cream of Cel-*.. - Mashed P ate • -. Frosted L_.__i-n Pu.dd-.n_;. TEA i Ch**ese F.*._--r-. Thin Urea..! _ui«i . Ball I'HovCLTres. - Ona „, one of bread Subscribers-only content

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    AXCIENT -FR AR.V .N"TRREST-7~T There has ;u.s_ He,.,, .^, . Upper and Neth.r Penan.' Soeis-y. 1 ,.. , the earlies. records ..- Decemb er, 1737. but - a good few years -or. „-- by th*-ir minnte-l not known. On Subscribers-only content

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    THE ABERDEEN SHOOTING INCIDENT. At a pleading diet of a Sheriff and Jury Court at Aterdeen on Tuesday - Sheriff Brown on the bench - Patrick Mitchell was charged with having, on 2ist February, in Market Street and Hadden 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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