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STONEHAVEN.

STONEHAVEN.

Child Nearly Drowned.—A child named George Wood, aged four years, son of Andrew Wood, fisherman, High Street, had a narrow escape from drowning yesterday. Having wandered from home the child fell into the lade conducting tha water from Mill of Stonehaven at place which open in A
07 January 1890 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Scotland.

Scotland.

An investigation opened at Campbelton, Wednesday last, into the causes which led to the wreck of the B.s. New York, has resulted the " honourable acquittal' of Captain M'Millan, commander of the vessel —his certificates being restored. The Scottish Episcopal Synod of Aberdeen.—
14 July 1858 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
AVERAGE PRICES OF CORN.

AVERAGE PRICES OF CORN.

For the Week ending July 8. _ . . _ , Per Imperial Quarter. ® arie r- I Oats. | Rye. I Bean.. I Pease. 42s 8d | 30s 8d 25s lid 33s 2d 42s j Aggregate Average of the last Six W«eks. h 6 ?rt I ° ats -, | R ye. I Beans. I Peas. 43s lid | 32a 3d , 26s 2d | 31s 9d 42s | lOd Duty on F
14 July 1858 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BUSINESS INTIMATIONS. GENTLEMEN'S SATIN HATS. THE Subscribers have just received another de- livery EXTRA LIGHT DRESS HATS, for Sum. mer

BUSINESS INTIMATIONS. GENTLEMEN'S SATIN HATS. THE Subscribers have just received another de- livery EXTRA LIGHT DRESS HATS, for Sum. mer

Wear, from celeDi ted Manufacturers & Sons, of London. The name of the maker is stamped in their Hats—a guarantee purchasers that they are getting a first class article. HENDERSON BROTHERS. 45 REFORM STREET, DUNDEE. JOHN M. BEATTS, AUCTIONEER AND VALUATOR, RESPECTFULLY intimates
14 July 1858 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ARBROATH TRADES COUNCIL A>T° THE SCHOOL BOARD.

ARBROATH TRADES COUNCIL A>T° THE SCHOOL BOARD.

ARBROATH TRADES COUNCIL A> THE SCHOOL BOARD. An adjourned meeting of Ward Committee 3 ' members of Trades Council, kc., was hold night in Bank Street Hall, Arbroath. Ana?*" son, of the Millgate "Ward, was called to the ir The Clerk (Mr Brodie) read the replies he bad re ceived fr
03 March 1891 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE REVOLT IN CHILL

THE REVOLT IN CHILL

Bu**OS Ayres, Monday.—lntelligence from Chili states that th& insurgents are fortifying themselves in strong positions near Iquique. Nkw York, Monday.—A telegram from Iquiquc announces that the town is quiet, that business is being resumed, and that the banks have reopened their
03 March 1891 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
perfect Foed."—Hint

perfect Foed."—Hint

03 March 1891 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SCHOOL BOARDS.

SCHOOL BOARDS.

AtTTH.-At meeting yesterday—Mr Smith presiding—the financial position of the school was submitted and ordered be printed. Chairman then made a statement with reference to the position and progresi of the school. Dur the past three years the Government hat] Vi,.,, from £241. 17.
03 March 1891 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Dress. SPECIAL INTIMATION. HIGH STREET, DUN- I DEE, WHICH WE HOPE OPEN TIME FOR THE SUMMER TRADE. DETAILS LATER. THE

Dress. SPECIAL INTIMATION. HIGH STREET, DUN- I DEE, WHICH WE HOPE OPEN TIME FOR THE SUMMER TRADE. DETAILS LATER. THE

FIRST BRANCH OF THE GLASGOW COLOSSEUM NOW OPEN IN DUNDEE. SHARE IN THE WONDERFUL BARGAINS NOW ON SALE. THE GREAT BARGAIN SALE WILL LAST ONLY TILL MARCH. SEE WINDOWS TO-DAY. SEE WINDOWS TO-DAY. COLOSSEUM, 16 REFORM STREET. GLASGOW COLOSSEUM WAREHOUSE COMPY. SOLE PROPRIETORS—MR WA
03 March 1891 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland