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Meetings and Lectures, IASTLE STREET CHAPEL.—SUNDAY VlCES.—Morning, at Eleven ; Evening, at Quarter-past Si*. Broughty ferry congregationa: CHCROH. —Services oiiSabbvth

Meetings and Lectures, IASTLE STREET CHAPEL.—SUNDAY VlCES.—Morning, at Eleven ; Evening, at Quarter-past Si*. Broughty ferry congregationa: CHCROH. —Services oiiSabbvth

First—Forenoon Rev. John Masson;. Evening, Rev Francis Clarke. Watt HALL.—Lecture by MR RAE, T( Morrow Aftern ion. Subject—" Election." LOCFIEECHAPSL.— The Rev. R. F. FISHER Flisk, will Preach Tc-MORROW Evening. Collectio in aid of Sabbath Schools. STEEPLE CHURCH. - The Rev. JAM
05 February 1870 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Sales by Auction. INTIMATION. •T OI P BUTTON, Auctioneer, has to intimat k purchased the Caledonian Hall, 3 oastle street,

Sales by Auction. INTIMATION. •T OI P BUTTON, Auctioneer, has to intimat k purchased the Caledonian Hall, 3 oastle street,

from Thomas Buchan, Esq., along with of the Business carried on by him, he is now in ; position conduct all Orders entrusted to him with prompti tude and despatch. H. Trusts, from his practical knowledge and experience to retain the confidence of his own and Mr Buchan's forme em
05 February 1870 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE CONDITION OF IRELAND.

THE CONDITION OF IRELAND.

The Act for the disestablishment and disendowment of the Irish Church is to be followed, the bill for the reform of the land laws in Ireland is to be accompanied, by a measure which will probably be stigmatised in every province of Ireland as a Coercion or Gagging Bill. Tomorrow
16 March 1870 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BROUGHTY FERRY.

BROUGHTY FERRY.

Accident to the Auld Rekkik.— Yesterday ■ morning, shortly after the Auld Reekie steamboat had left Tayport with the passengers of the Edin- burgh train which should arrive in Dundee about half past nine, part of the machinery gave way, and she came to standstill. One of the goo
16 March 1870 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BURGH COURT.

BURGH COURT.

A Burgh Court was held yesterday—Bailie Nicoll presidi-ag, and Mr Hay, Assessor of Court. Mr More, Procurator-Fiscal, prosecuted. The following cases were brought up : Robert Ritchie, grocer, and spirit dealer, Small's Wynd, was accused of having kept open shop on Sunday the 13
16 March 1870 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNFERMLINE.

DUNFERMLINE.

Cattle Market.—The monthly market Was held yesterday. The supply was numerous, and of a superior quality. The attendance of purchasers was large, and. brisk competition took place. Best cattle brought from £20 to £27 ss, or from lOi 6d to lis per Dutch stone ; secondary from £12
16 March 1870 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BRECHIN

BRECHIN

Clever Capture.of Two Ruffians. —Serjeant Watson, of the county constabulary, received on Friday evening description of two men who had committed a theft of wearing apparel at the Fordhouse of Dun, and he, along with Police-Constable Grant, immediately went in search of them. Th
08 February 1870 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE RAILWAY COLLISION AT DUNNING.

THE RAILWAY COLLISION AT DUNNING.

hope that there will be searching investigation into the causes of the deplorable railway collision near Dunning station. There seems to be more than ordinary room for it. If the statement of what appears to be a careful passenger is in any measure to be relied on respecting the
04 November 1871 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PETERHEAD.

PETERHEAD.

Before Sheriff Dove Wilson at Aberdeen on Tuesday Andrew Donald, labourer, Ivirktown, Peterhead, pleaded guilty to assaulting man Invernettie on the Bth inst. A fine of was imposed* or an alternative of 21 days' imprisonment.
27 April 1871 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SERIOUS OCCURRENCE AT CRIEFF.

SERIOUS OCCURRENCE AT CRIEFF.

FATAL RESOLT OF STONK-TIIROWING. About the middle of last week some boys had been annoying Thomas Peddie, an old man, residing in Post Office Wy#d, he ran after them, and it is reported that they threw stones at him, and he fell. When taken he was found to be apparently insensib
28 June 1870 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland