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    New- s castle-oni-Tylie, Abbess 6th (-981), blirk, was calved Jneiaary 20tb, in-calf, bred by Mr. G. Bean, UBiquhain by Mains, Pitcaple, Aberdeemslire ; s. Sarapis (108), d, e| Abbess 3rd (23611) by 1iluobear (tri8), g. d. Abbess 2uie 'ad' (1OiO) Subscribers-only content

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    was out deerstalkling on the 12th. In the Carloeb. Sir James Elphinstone kcilled 1N brace on Benachie. M\r. Lurnsdeu, of Pitcaple, killed `ll hrace cud 7 hairs on Premunay. Colonel Leith Hlay killed G3 brace, and Sir Archibald Grant, of Subscribers-only content

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    residence in Eaton Square, Lcudcn, for Eller. teok, Chor.'ey, Lancashire. Vescount and Viscountess Holmeadalo have left London for Logie Eiphinstone, Pitcaple, N. B. Lord and Lady Aveland left Belgrave Square, London, on Friday, for Scotland. Lady Molooworth has left London Subscribers-only content

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    from England. Viscount and Viscountess Holmneadalo are ex- pected in London in the course of this week from Lodge Elphinstone, Pitcaple, N, B. Lord and Lady Longford have arrived in Kings. ton from England. Lord and Lady Messy, family, and Subscribers-only content

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    the main line between Insch and Pitcaple, the train that left Keith at four o'clock getting no further than Insch, while the one that left Aberdeen at 4.45 for Keith only proceeded to Pitcaple Station, where it was brought to Subscribers-only content

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    judges, as though they make the best work to look at, it tells wofully against the crop. Mr James Buchan, Pitcaple, carried the first prize ; Mr Morrison, Old Meldrum, the second ; and Mr W. Black, Oyne, the third. Subscribers-only content

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    MKIAI. MAUKI.TS. GLASGOW FIG-IRON, Feiday. AKI'KltM'.'N IIKPIIKT. At the afternoon market business was done at 42* 4.d to 42s 5d cash : also at 42s 7d one mouth ; and afterwar.ls there were sellers at 4'.'s s}u cash, and Subscribers-only content

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    -flO 31 O C X A **_ b«». I TOUCHES f -'""u THE CfS i it CBEjil***- 1 . 18 IJd asd 2s Sn. Or A*-* . rmndee by -J**"* B Asdebsos. Commercial c-ld i» ?Hi_h Street ; Whaiam Subscribers-only content

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    NEWPORT. Forgan Cucacß.- Yesterday the pulpit in thi* church was occupied by R-**v. I*r I 'amen .n. Dunoon, who attracted a large congregation. The service had a special interest from the fart that .11 the course of it Mr Subscribers-only content

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    BUNIGIPAL CONTESTS. SES CANDIDATURE. i-.SSTii-**' candidature A F^in? » meeting iD Gray 8 j., br •> cia^ j-^ e who presided, was * r _ t! ltform hy Mr James Mann, Council. There was a i°' \ letter of Subscribers-only content

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    THE PRICE OF BARLEY The rise in the price of barley, which has been a welcome boon to farmers, has had an equally depressing effect upon distillers, who brew their product from malt. Their prosperity has been so great, Subscribers-only content

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    SCO.TLANLX The body of a wu_« . who bad b en musing or a month was oa baur'ay fouad in the Clyde a Tbe strike among the calico-printers of EUlmax- nock has terminated by the men ace ding to Subscribers-only content

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    PROFESSOR BLACKIE ON IRELAND AND THE COVENANTERS. Teetotaxism, according to some, is good for everybody. Some doubt this, but all are agreed that there are certain persons whose safety lies in teetotalism. And so are there persons where safety Subscribers-only content

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    A PROPOSAL. Mk Thomas H.ghes, the Chancery Banister. v __ popularly known as Tom Bbowx, because of the title of his clever book, Tom Broiciis _ - A Days, is, as those who have the good for- tune to Subscribers-only content

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    Fike in thb Hawkuill.- About oue o'clock this morning the constable on the beat observed signs of tire proceeding from a one storey dwelling house at 219 Hawkhill, foot of Croft's Lane. The tire-brigade with their engines, along with Subscribers-only content

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    MONETARY & COMMERCIAL. Loudon, Thursday Evening. The Bank rate of discount remains unaltered. The Bank return is acain unfavourable, the pro- portion of reserve to liabilities being only 30;' per neut. against 40? last week. The total bullion and Subscribers-only content

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    MISCELLAXP.OUS MARKETS. ____U_U-__'_-K TKADE, Friday -The situation here is quiet and uusettled, quotations in both cloth and yarn being maintained with diffie.ulty. Cloth sellers tind India business still more difficult tej arrange, and nothing of any moment transpires. Occasional Subscribers-only content

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    FIGHTING AMONG AMERICAN INDIANS. Philadelphia, February 11.- A telegram from Tucson Arizona reports that three conflicts have occurred between the Mexicans and marauding Apache bands in the Sierre Madre Mountain district Chihuahua. On January 29th the Mexicans killed 12 Subscribers-only content

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    THE OLIVIER PAIN AFFAIR Paris, Tuesday. - The Matin this morning pub- lishes a fourth letter fro.n Seiikovitch, in which tha latter absolutely maintains his previous assertions, and states that were he not il! he would demand m.ire categorical Subscribers-only content

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    PERTHSHIRE FIARS PRICES The fiars prices for Perthshire were struck before Sheriff Barclay on Friday by the following jury- men : - Heritors - Sir John Kinloch of Kinloch ; Colonel Drummond Hay of Seggieden ; James Play- fair, Subscribers-only content

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