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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BODY FOUND AT ABERDEEN HARBOUR. On Thursday a man's body, identified as that of Ro'iert Alexander VaPutinf (53i, labourer, who resides at 'M Portland S reet, was found in the Aberdeen Harbour. The deceased was in the emp'oyn^ent of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lIER MAJESTYS THEATRE. MR TEA Rid-: IN VIRGIN-US. Laat night Mr Osmond Tearle and hi** Company played James Sheridan Knowles' poetic tragedy " V irginiu.**." It was m 1820 that this trasre ly was first pro- duced at Covent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TI.E LATE JOHN RUSKIN. The remains of the Late .Tohn Rnskin were con- sign, d to their last resting-place at Coniston \es.erday. Over a hundred floral token** had h**en sent in token of remembrance and sympathy. ' Wreath*, wr-re Subscribers-only content

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    LAWN TENNIS Birnam and Donkeld.- The Birnam and Bunkeld lawn tennis tournament was held in the Recreation Ground on Monday and Tuesday last. The weather was favourable, and the court-* in beautiful condition. The following is the result of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPECIAL LIVE STOCK SALES. SPRING SALE AT MILNATHORT. . The s^-ood annual spring sale of home-wintered .Zand gntfin* «heep was held at tbe Milna. Mart yesterday, wbea Mr Charles _!. ..gain a very large attendance round tim ring; **a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE MONET MARKET. London, Tuesday Evening. Consols opened without change, but have given way, and closed . lower. Railways opened weak, and have heen flat all day, closing at thaw wont. Foreign Stocks were rather in demand on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Percy Chapel, in Charlotte Street, FiUr v Loudon, winch used to be well known during tl ministry Mure of the !ate Rev. Robert M ' is just about to be occupied by the Rev ' hn Macnaught, formerly oi Subscribers-only content

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    GOLF MATCH AT ST ANDREWS, A match which attracted considerable attention among the frequenters of the green, was played over the Links at St Andrews yesterday afternoon, Alex. Dishartand David Strath playing against Tom Morris, Jan., and his brother, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPEECH BY THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL. The Solicitor-General, addressing a', meeting of electors at South Pethersrin last night, complained that the pursuit of agriculture was burdened! with taxation, and with regard to the Game Laws be ex- pressed a hope that Subscribers-only content

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    THE MILITARY RIOT AT MAYENCE. The Journal d Alsace gives the following details of the fatal military nulie that took place at Mayence : -"The anniversary of the Emperor of Germany's birthday gave rise again thia year to a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FACTORY LEGISLATION FOB INDIA. The trial of the Directors uf the Glasgow City Bank was resumed in the Edinburgh High Court of Justiciary yesterday. Mr Wenley, the Manager of the Glasgow Branch of the Bank of Scotland, explained the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MR BRIGHT AND FAIR TRADE. Whoever may go wrong on the subject of Free Trade it is not to be supposed for a moment that Mr Bright will do ao. It ia with the Free Trade policy that iv Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MONTROSK ASYLUM AND INFIRMARY BOARD. DU I'ODD-.' SALAKV. The monthly meeting was held yesterday-Pro- vost Scott presiding. Dr Howden reported that during tlie month there had been 11 patients ad- mitted into the Asylum, that! hail been discharged, that Subscribers-only content

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    The prepaid • harge for inserting in the Cou -■• A 4. notice of Birth or Death nht cXi eeiluig .7 won-. .> .» and tni for each uiditional ' words. The charge for t notice of Marriage n..t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ASTRONOMICAL AND"TlUBj£* r --* 1 *j^ I » ■ * " * M.wlS- '■* c *J,..-i*a Sen. ____Z-~ * r w - Acoua- < Rises. Seta. Rise* S_y %or t. I 1 ** \TZ^^___t^^ - --7 10 34 " Subscribers-only content

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    LAWN TENNIS. Kirkcaldy Tournament. - This popular tourna- ment began yesterday at Kirkcaldy, and splendid weather favoured the proceedings* throughout the day. Miss Louise Doig. the champion Scottish player, made her debut at Kirkcaldy, and created a __>t favourable Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I [all rights EE3EEV_D.] r «VE SIBON-EB -fIAN DEATH. 2Y J. S. BORLASE, B 0} - "May Mortimer's Mistake, *• l e_ M-Dragox's Wards," kc. CHAPTER XVI. FACE TO FACE WITH -BEATS. ! turn of the Royal Welsh Fosileers Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS. At 33 Kinloch Place, Hawkhill, Dundee, on the ISth inst., tho wife of William Dunu, jun., of a daughter. At No. 8 Alexander Street, Dundee, on ths 21st inst., Mrs William Cochrane, of twins, son and daughter. At Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FIFESHIRE COUNTY ROAD BOARD. The Board met in the County Buildings, Cupar, yesterday-General Briggs, chairman of the Board, presiding. There was a good attendance. ROAD ASSESSMENTS FOR THS TEAR. The recommendations as to the assessments for the year were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CURLING. Perth District Curling Association.- Yesterday the anuual meeting of the Perth District -Curling Association was held in St John's Inn- Perth. Mr T. W. B. Smeaton of Coal presided. Mr James C. Dow, solicitor, the secretary and treasurer, Subscribers-only content

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