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GLAMIS.

GLAMIS.

Assault.—Before Sheriff Robertson at Forfar on Tuesday, William Carr, shepher ', Mains of Glamis. was charged with assaulting William Doig, son of James Doig, farm servant there, by striking him with a walking stick and pushing him to the ground near the servants' cottages on 10
03 August 1876 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MONTROSE.

MONTROSE.

Golf.—"SVe understand that a match has been arranged to come off between Robert Dow of the Golfljouse and .Annand of Aberdeen on Wednesday first early in the afternoon. The half-holiday will allow considerable number to witness it, and there is no doubt that it will be watched w
06 July 1878 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The prepaid charg* for inserting the C° u7 nT 9 ' notice of Birth Death not exceeding 27 w and

The prepaid charg* for inserting the C° u7 nT 9 ' notice of Birth Death not exceeding 27 w and

6d for eaeh additional 9 words. he charge for notice of Marriage not exceeding , is 6d, and 6d for each additional line. Notices must be authenticated by the name and the sender, they will not inserted. BIRTBS. - At Den find, Monikie, on the 16 inst., M'lntyre, of son. _ 3 Jo^ A
18 June 1877 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Dress, &c. L SALE' COjrMENCE TO-DAY (FRIDAY, 10TH Ikst.,) J O H N A L L AN, HOSIER, GLOVER, AND

Dress, &c. L SALE' COjrMENCE TO-DAY (FRIDAY, 10TH Ikst.,) J O H N A L L AN, HOSIER, GLOVER, AND

45 REFORM STREET. ANN UAL" SALE; e jr. Lowso S TO ANNOUNCE THAT 1113 ANNUAL SALE WILL COMMENCE ON MONDAY> 13th JANUARY. make room for New SPRING GOODS lie will Offer the Whole of his Valuable STOCK, at GEE A T eductions. PATTERN MANTLES,' COSTUMES, bonnets, HATS, CAPS, &c., be O
10 January 1879 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EFFIGY OF THE O'CONOR DON BURNED.

EFFIGY OF THE O'CONOR DON BURNED.

On Tuesday night the Orangemen of Portadown burned elaborately got up effigy, placarded "The O'Conor Don, the author of the Popish University Bill." Three thousand persons attended the demonstration, and no disturbances occurred.
03 July 1879 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Last night the Countess of Rosslyn held a reception at Holyrood, which was largely attended. Mr Samuel Plimsoll, M.P., who

Last night the Countess of Rosslyn held a reception at Holyrood, which was largely attended. Mr Samuel Plimsoll, M.P., who

has lost his right eye through severe inflammation, was last night well could be expected. Although both eyes were affected no further mishap is anticipated. Dr W. H. Russell, who goes out to South Africa as the special correspondent of the Daily Telegraph, was among the passeng
31 May 1879 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Lost or Found. BROOCHES Lost on between High Street and P Newport Boat. Reward at W. S. Mackay, Jeweller, High

Lost or Found. BROOCHES Lost on between High Street and P Newport Boat. Reward at W. S. Mackay, Jeweller, High

Street. LOST, between Carnoustie and Dundee. Necklet with Locket set with Pearls. Finder Rewarded at No. 6 Bain Square. Public Notices. ITjAMES EEATTIE. Union Street, will be. on Claypots Grouniks, West Ferry, Saturday First, with Refreshments. Charge Moderate. NOTICE. —Cheap Pa
31 May 1879 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THIS WEEK. THE BELLES O' MA.UCHLINE, AYKSHIR'/J STORY, FOUNDED ON FRIENDSHIPS AND LOVE CHAPTERS IN THE EARL\' LIKE ROBERT BURN

THIS WEEK. THE BELLES O' MA.UCHLINE, AYKSHIR'/J STORY, FOUNDED ON FRIENDSHIPS AND LOVE CHAPTERS IN THE EARL\' LIKE ROBERT BURN

S. ALEXANDER G. MURDOCH. CHAP. I.—THE FIRST CLOUD. lI—SHADOWED. „ lII.—THE LOCKET OF GOLD. „ IV.—WHAT HAPPENED AT THE INN. WILL APPEAR IN THE WEEKLY NEWS THIS WEEK.
31 May 1879 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Dress, &c. SUMMER OVERCOATS IN ALL THE NEW SHADES. A VERY LARGE CHOICE, 21s Upwards, AT J. P. SMITH &

Dress, &c. SUMMER OVERCOATS IN ALL THE NEW SHADES. A VERY LARGE CHOICE, 21s Upwards, AT J. P. SMITH &

CO., CLOTHIERS, and HIGH STREET, DUNDEE. Our Trousers and Suits ARE Better Value than all others in the field, because our working exi>enses are mere trifle, enabling us to hand the diffeience to our Customers instead some wealthy Landlord. Our Mr It. was the first to introduce
31 May 1879 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SUMMER OVERCOATS IN ALL THE NEW SHADES. A VERY LARGE CHOICE, 21s Upwards, P. SMITH & CO., CLOTHIERS, 7 78

SUMMER OVERCOATS IN ALL THE NEW SHADES. A VERY LARGE CHOICE, 21s Upwards, P. SMITH & CO., CLOTHIERS, 7 78

AND 79 HIGH STREET, U N D E E. SALE OF BANKRUPT STOCK. R. A l7s TO Having Purchased the Entire STOCK belonging to the Sequestrated Estate of Jeweller, Dunfermline, will dispose of greatly Reduced Prices. The Stock comprises— Large Asswrtm. ntof WATCHES and CLOCKS Gold and Silver
03 July 1879 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland