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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    general condition is fair. SEVERE THTNDERSTORM IN SCOTLAND. SCHOOL STRUCK BY LIGHTNING. Yesterday, during a severe thunderstorm, the school of Tipperty, Kinceardiueshlre, was struck by lightning. The scholars were at lessons, and the fluid entering the building, four children were Subscribers-only content

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    Hyde, a rough, rod-beaded, bearded idrtnkard, who, nevertheless, possesses a heart which character wase al represented by Mr. C. Forest. Tipperty Tight whonext clalms attention, his asharp youth-at first almost a street Arab, afterwards a soart tiger. Miss B. Woodyar Subscribers-only content

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    Rosaliid Beckett threw her whole energy in the part of Pale Janet, and was loudly applauded. Mrs Henry PowVell as Tipperty Tight wos highly amusing. The other obaracters were most effectively performed by the stock company. The afterpieces have beer, Subscribers-only content

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    her short stay, is an actress of great merit, and sle coet wcit a flattering reception in the part of Tipperty Tight. Mr Halnnan, as Richard DAntan, Mr W. H. Mortes, as Orson Hyde, Mr Jas Skea as Timothy Doubleday, Subscribers-only content

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    man Lct us lake anothec case, illustrative of the eo,?ration ef this diabolical ciscre. SupposeA. B. is nonr- derott in 'Tipperty, say en the t et of Sopaember a reard is .,ffrod in the Ccstle Giioette of one hundred golden Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE STRANGEWAYS MURDER REMARKABLE SCENE IN MANCHESTER. Jackson, the murderer of the warder "Webb, who was arrested at Bradford on Monday, was brought before the Magistrates at Bradford Police Court yesterday morning, charged, under the name of Firth, Harrison, Subscribers-only content

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    FOOTBALL Xorth End Half-Holi.Uy Clnb will play Aimer's XI on Clepinzton Park this afternoon. Ki. k-otf at 3 1". Secre- Ury- Kobert U-iup-'er, 121, Murtim.r *_ti_et. Dundee A Cabinet Council was held yesterday afternoon at 10 Downing Street, and Subscribers-only content

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    THE ROYAL VISIT TO GLASGOW. SCHEME OF ARRANGEMENTS. The Duke and Duchess of York visit Glasgow to-day (Friday). At 11.15 a.vi. the Boyal yacht will reach the sdiarf adjacent to the entrance of tba Queen's Doat It will east Subscribers-only content

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    THECOURT AT PEKIN. _E DOWAGER-EMPRESS AND THE F-___GN LADIES. -a. __tera»- (Benter. Special).- Tbe con- *ny oooc-TTur-r the promised reception at tbe r.-tbf ]_i_of the diplomatic body seems wnTtowrds settlement. The Dowager- P*aja _*_-*hout the negotiations shown _~* to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CALCUTTA JUTE MARKET. [Special Cablegram to the Courier.] Calcutta, January 6, 1896. The quotation for 40 in. lO^ oz. Hessians, 1 porter 12 shots, packed f.0.b., per 100 •arils, remains at lOr. Ba. There is no change in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    U)RD SALISBIHY AND THE CHEttCH. "-"■ --ter lias oeen sent by Loid it* -.- reurv 0 f t __ Liverpool Con- reply t.,a tommunica- - i the question of In it his Lordship i v -:■'--. .1 attention . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE PRINCE OF WALES AT A DEER DRIVE. On Friday the Prince of Wales and party, from Abergeldie, who are at present the guests of the Earl of Fife at Mar Lodge, were out at a grand deer drive Subscribers-only content

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    BRITISH AND FORKION FUNDS (From the Official List) -nsols Money .. 92} 92? South Eastern 72 72} -fisols Account.. H2i 92J Italian 52} 68* -wand Reduced &0f 9jj | New Spanish .... 30} So§ j >t lonian 76J 77 Subscribers-only content

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    DEAR MONEY. ITS EFFECT ON DUNDEE SAVINGS BANK. SEBIOUS WITHDBAWAL OF FUNDS. The high rates of interest ruling daring Q* earlier part of this veer have brought about a_very Urge withdrawal of deposits from JJundee Savings Bank. This was Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCIAL ITEMS. The United States Brewing Company has de- clared an interim dividend at the rate of 10 per cent, per annum. Launch at Gov an.- On Saturday forenoon the London and Glasgow Engineering and Iron Ship- building Company, Subscribers-only content

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    QUOITING. Ki-mrEJrtJn. v. Wist End (Fork Aß).-T_.e state of proficiency that the members of the Kirriemuir Quo-tmg Club have attained in their pleasant pastime was exemplified in a very practical manner on Saturday afternoon, when they met in a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PIUSSIA The first stage of the elections for the lower Chamber was completed on the __d, and the primary electors of Berlin have nominated about 1100 individuals, who next week will have to elect the nine deputies who are Subscribers-only content

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    NEW YORK CLOSING PRICES. New Yobk, Wednesday. Stocks opened steady. Business during the morning was firm. After mid-day prices advanced, ami the market closed dull, but linn. Money easy. Cotton nnn. Petroleum firm. Lard w.ak.r and less doing. Wheat Subscribers-only content

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    gl)c -.Mumcc Courier & ftrgus. Price- Daily, Jd ; Sim-Weekly, Id DUNDEE, MONDAY, MARCH 17, 1873. f REGISTERED FOR ) t TRANSMISSION ABROAD, f K0..{?^}6127.{ EI -^^ Y }2248. Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON FASHIONS In rapes, dresses, kc. (says " Dorothy " in hn interesting article in this week' 3 " Wecklv \V->l. come "), a marked preference for black an<l whito is showing itself where one is not inclined to Subscribers-only content

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