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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Eas. tern boundary of the Lawers estate. The Royal cor- fege was also met by Sir Wm. Murray, of Auchtertyre, uvimo, in a similar manner, escorted them on their route. When her Majesty reached Tiurrit-bridget, she was vait. ed Subscribers-only content

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    ! the armoury. There had be.n provided, through ; the lib-iality of Captain Thomas, Ensign Black, j and Private Bell, Auchtertyre, an abundant . supper, with drinkables conform. Amongst ; those present were- The Rev. Mr Moon ; James ; Subscribers-only content

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    cow at £14 10s, and sold ono at £15. Of two-year-olds, Mr Nicoll, Flemington, s ild twelve to Mr Bell, Auchtertyre, at £15 each, and another lot of ten at £16. There were several lots of Hamburg and Irish cattle Subscribers-only content

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    MYSTERIOUS OCCURRENCE AT GLASGOW BARRACKS. A mysterious occurrence took place at Ma ryhill Barracks ou Friday morning. The men of B Com- pany of the Ciiia-i ouians (Scottish Ki_.cs) discovered ou rising that Private Horace "H 'ighton, one of Subscribers-only content

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    SCOTTISH EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE i SOCIETY. At the fifty-sixth annual general Court of the Scottish Equitable Life Assurance Society, held at Edinburgh yesterday, the Directors reported that during the year ended lst March last 1489 pro- posals for £903,070 Subscribers-only content

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    I THE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE AND I UNIVERSITIES. i The report of the Committee on University Re- I form appointed by the Educational Institute of Scotland 'states that the Committee is of opinion t'tiat any scheme of University reform should Subscribers-only content

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    SCHOOL BOARDS FORFAR BURGH SCHOOL BOARD. ANIMATED DISCUSSION. Another special meeting of the Forfar Burgh School Board was held on Monday evening - Mr J. W. Adamson, the Chairman, presiding. THE PROPOSED EXTENSION OK THE ACADEMY. The meeting resumed Subscribers-only content

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    STIRLING AND WESTERN DISTRICT RAILWAY BILL. The House of Lords Commit f ee resumed con- sideration of this Bill yesterday, when further evi- dence was heard on behalf of the Caledonian Rail- way Company against the Bill. Amongst the Subscribers-only content

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    GYMNASTICS DUNDEE TEAM AT ABERFP-LDT. On Friday evening a team representing ths Dundee Amateur Kymnaslic Society gave an exhibition of their fe ti in the Town Hall, Ab-tfeaiy. Jlr Gailovva.t oi Dirgarve, in the absence of Sir Bobert M-nzies, Subscribers-only content

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    PROVINCIAL GRAND LODGE OF FORFARSHIRE. ANNUITANT CLAIMS IN THE COUNTY. The annual meeting of tho Provincial Giand Lodge of Forfarshire was held in the Ancient Masonic Hall, Raukine's Court, Dundee, yesterday. Brother James Berry, Provincial Grand Master of Forfarshire Subscribers-only content

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    CALCUTTA JUTE MARKET. [Special Cablesram to the Courier.] Calcutta, May 13, 1895. The price of 40 in. 10i oz. Hessians, 11 porter 12 shots, packed f.o.b. per 100 yards, is lOr. Ba. Loose Jute in the Calcutta Bazaar is Subscribers-only content

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    ALYTH AND MEIGLE LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. WAS IT A STAB IX THE DARK? A meetinjfcof the Alyth Executive of this Asso- ciation was held in the Town Hall, Alyth, on Thursday evening, when the deputation to Blair- gowrie reported the Subscribers-only content

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    JMONETARY & noy-fffffi-^f, -5-cbanges- Paria, ... &&' 25 21* 7 ' Ifaw York,... 4.853 4.854 Calcutta, __|M_ IsSfi. Buenos Ayres Gold Premium, 192*20 191-30 Bank rate, 2 p.c i«3_™l™__S^BAN_; RATES. #I_CTAL BATES FOB BIU* PAYABLS IV LOSTKMf Bills not Subscribers-only content

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    SHOCK IN ZANZIBAR, (Reuter).- A shock of earth- **°f ror-i^'f 1^ k y a rum M» n ? sound and the *ther,J. rorn the mountains, is reported of Gritons and Glarus. Subscribers-only content

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    'AME^ TABLE accident on THE TAY. BOAT CAPSIZED. GENTLEMEN DROWNED. - p ROW ESCAPE OF A FISHERMAN- ■^ EXCITING RESCUE. Saturday afternoon a most lamentable boat ■ ■ tt occaiTed on tbe estuary of the Tay, off tte **; Subscribers-only content

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    -OLD LOTHARIO. \* . . ... i ,efore .1 ustice O'Brien, the ..:V c " ; ,'-;,,"!';'nni.-s. aged twenty-six who 1 „ k rather gaily dressed, was j>l "I :;:, laroeny. in Bandon, of £9, from !,, old man, Subscribers-only content

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    AN IRISH FATAL BRAWL. A drunken brawl in Lame, County Antrim, on Sunday, terminated iv the death a few hours a'terwardii of a vonnsr man named Thomas Carson. The deceased in the melee waa knocked down, his head comine Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. SPEECHES BY M.P.s The annual dinner of the London Chaml^r nf Commerce was held at the Hotel Cecil last even- ing- Sir Albert Rollit presiding. Responding to the toast of " 'Die Navy,"' Lord Charles Subscribers-only content

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    DREYFUS CASE. COLONEL PICQUARTS APPEAL. Paris, Tuesday (Reuter).- The Court of Indict- ments to-day heard the appeals lodged by the Pro- cureur-General and by Col. Picquart against the finding of M. Bertulua in the matter of his com- petency Subscribers-only content

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    MATL AND PTKAMSHIP NEWS. The Maskelyne, at Manchester from New York, 13th inefc. The Olbers, lelt Manchester for Rin Janeiro. 13th inst. Tha Cuban, at LiwrpoAl from New Orleans.. 14th inst. Tha Lata, passed Hurst Caatle fmm New York Subscribers-only content

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