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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A BULGARIAN PLOT. ARREST OF OFFICERS, Paris. Thursday.- The Journal L'Eclaire to-day Pnblwhes a despatch from Belgrade, alleging that •conspiracy of Bulgarian officers against M. Stam- oouloff, the Premier, has just been discovered, and ■ l *7 of their Subscribers-only content

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    ARBROATH. The Treasurer of the Arbroath Town Mission begs to acknowledge receipt of 5a from Mr A. Hint, an I 2s from "A Friend," for the Children's Free Breakfast Fund ; also 5s from Mr A. Hird, 10s from Subscribers-only content

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    DUNDEE AND ST ANDREWS UNIVERSITY. THE AFFILIATION DISPUTE ACTION IN COURT OF SESSION In the Court of Session yesterday Lord Stor- month Darling closed the record in the action by John M'Gregor, Provost of St Andrews; the Rev. Dr Subscribers-only content

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    OUR LONDON LETTER. IRISH THEATRICALS IN THE COMMONS. SUSPENSION OF FOUR MEMBERS. FORTHCOMING FASHIONABLE MARRIAGE. LOCHEARNHEAD RAILWAY COMMITTEE. DUNDEE CORPORATION BILL. [By Courier Special Wire.] 57 Flekt Strkkt. E.C, Friday Evenincr. We have had an effective" melodrama with a Subscribers-only content

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    The prepaid rharge for inserting announcement of Birth or 1 I ' notice, not exceeding 27 words is la additiouul9 words. *■ Tt* charge for a notice of Marriage not ■ v ■ i»&6d, and 6d for each additioi Subscribers-only content

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    TOWN COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS A meeting of the Town Council was held on Thursday. Present- Provost Brown ; Bailies Anderson, Sturrock, Moyes, and llean ; Messrs P. 11. Thorns, Alexander Easson. Thomas Cuthbert, George H. Newall, William Harris, John Murdoch, Subscribers-only content

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    local SJntttltgciue. D U H D ' "E E. TRADE It K PORT. Our markets have not exhibited any new feature durin<» the last eight days^ and though prices of the raw material have not yet risen, the holders Subscribers-only content

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    dfmctjjn 3uteUtjjeuce* RUSSIA AXD TUIUCBY. The following are the details of the bombardment of Odessa, as repotted in the Letter* of the Correspondents of the London Journals, &c. : - ral " >en tlje *" a P u * Subscribers-only content

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    Tns intelligence from the Seat of War is on the whole more satisfactory. Ths weather had cleared up ; the 4< navvies,'' though turbulent, were proceeding with their work ; and the condition of the troops bail greatly improved. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EDUCA lONAL DUNDEE SCHOOL BOARD. A meeting of the Dnndee School Board was h-i in the Town Hall yesterday- Rev. Dr Watson :tl chair. The other members present wer < Jf- V man, M.P. ; Rev. Drs Grant and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOREIGN NEWS. THE BATOUM QUESTION. St PrriiKSBUEG, Sunday.- Lord Kosehery, in his note to Sir llobert Morier on the liatoum question, maintains that Article n9 of the Berlin Treaty was obligatory upnn Russia; otherwise it would not have bceu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CATTLE MARKETS. DITNOKE LIVE STOCK SALES. I'm isday At Peter MTutvre's weekly sal- to-day in his Auction Mart, Cattle Market, there was a large supply of cattle forward, of L»ir quality, which experienced a steady sale, at barely last Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CATTLE MARKETS. FORFAR LIVE STOCK SALES-Mondat. The Strathmore Auction Company, Limited, hatt an average supply of fut cattle forward at their auction mart acre to-day. With the usual attendance of butchers, dealer*, and farmers, a sharp trade was experienced Subscribers-only content

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    FOOTBALL. _i [»- -ji : M l' Wi v' \v C V^ lc r Cu,lcn : "S- Nana,,, hi. ' ;' •• M .-. Malo - v -and Crossan • X AhSg "^ ,n - > lart "!- M-Mal.on,2nd Subscribers-only content

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    Zbe IDunbee Courier. LARGEST MORNIN I CIRCULATION ■ OHNOEE. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1895. Subscribers-only content

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    0 PERSON MURDERED. Tuesday (Reuter). - Hermann P^**". local shopkeeper, and his sister, a ,'i Huck, were sentenced to death , i.- murder, by poisoning, of the male Anson-* were also accused of * : . similar fashion, six Subscribers-only content

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    FRAUDS IN GLASGOW. "COLONEL'S DAUGHTER" SENT TO PRISON. Quite a number of people in the East End of Glasgow bave been defrauded during tbe past few weeks by a young woman named Elizabeth Burridge, and tbe police succeeded in Subscribers-only content

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    THE CHURCH DISPUTE AT FALKIRK. AFFAIRS STILL UNSATISFACTORY. Affairs are still in a most unsatisfactory state in the Falkirk E.L T . Church, and at a meeting of the session several decisions were come to un- favourable to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLASGOW STOCK EXCHANGE. CONTANGO DAY-RATES LIGHT. Glasgow, Saturday. This being contango day on the Glasgow Stock Exchange, menbers' attention was chiefly occupied with arrangement of account. Owing to the liquidation of the bull position during the week, contango rates Subscribers-only content

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    Phi-stkd and Published Every Mob."'- .. vojJ» I PitoraiEroßa, W. A D. C. TH.O_-*O~, -** 1 * I_-D_V STlli-T, _>UND_ Subscribers-only content

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