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ITT'MS OF INTEREST.

ITT'MS OF INTEREST.

ITT'MS INTEREST. FENIAN SCARF- J»ew York, Monday. « railing the InA yesterday re«*.lutiou« ol aympathy will, the Boets were passed- . It i» re parted that the Fem.ne .re .taring qunntitie. dynamite, lytld.te. ami ««??'•“ "« Canadian bou.dary. Other prcparnUona, it is atated, are
01 January 1900 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
NEW PEACE RESCRIPT BY THE CZAR.

NEW PEACE RESCRIPT BY THE CZAR.

NEW PEACE RESCRIPT THE CZAR. "Dailv Chronicle'' Berlin says: The Socialist journal "Vorwaits" pjb'.iblics what purport 3 second rescrtpt which the Czar addressed the Powers, and intends publishing on January 13. It new riscript peace, V(iu more cn'.pliatic than it.s predecessor.
01 January 1900 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
DEATH OF A STIRLINGSHIRE GENTLEMAN. Mr Bmlley Murray, >IJ i'olmaise, Stirling. d e-l this morning from Ik r'.rt c'.is<ti«e. He

DEATH OF A STIRLINGSHIRE GENTLEMAN. Mr Bmlley Murray, >IJ i'olmaise, Stirling. d e-l this morning from Ik r'.rt c'.is<ti«e. He

was aged 09, u.-r l v as the son cf tho original partner Moufc,and Iron and Ccal Cornfanv. wis married the daughter of til" late air Alexander Muir Wu:- -,,-nvi-, Delvine, and original member S-nri.,v County Club, iie survived by a.grown-up l':.:u:!y. " DE.Virn FROM EXPOSURE nea
01 January 1900 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LLOYD'S MAIL NEWS.

LLOYD'S MAIL NEWS.

Tort Said, Monday.--The Aldenbuigh, from Antwerp for China, arrived. Aden, Monday.- Himalaya, from London for Svdcey, arrived. Plymouth, Surday. —The from arrived and sailed for Liverpool. Llvennx)!, Sunday.- The Etmrta. from New York, arrived to-day. The Corean, for .and the fo
01 January 1900 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
GENERAL NEWS.

GENERAL NEWS.

coffering from influenza, rebels are said to the i*-ar. rcaaot Williams has Atagntrato tor Ostwliiiss one art known finus waa jmrfaet <l»n tm s«Je baa extenaiwa damage Dover the Prince Pier and the National Harbour Works. ®btu* the laat Parliamentary estimates, do-' , sad atat<n
01 January 1900 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MAFEKING SORTIE.

MAFEKING SORTIE.

OFFICERS KILLED. PREMIER'S SON WOUNDED. Pretoria, December 25 (via Lourenco Marques, December 28). Commandant Swart reports from the Veldlaager Alewynskop, Zeerust, as follows: —"I attacked the Kaffirs in the neighbourhood of Derdepoort on Friday last. The Kaffirs were strongly
01 January 1900 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CAPTAIN AND 12 MEN LOST.

CAPTAIN AND 12 MEN LOST.

Cherbourg, Saturday. The English sailing vessel Emily Lloyd, tons, of Maldon, has been totally lost with all hands during the gale. Her crew consisted of Captain James Clarke and 12 men. The vessel went ashore near the Semaphore, and afterwards broke up. The wreckage being washe
01 January 1900 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LADIES' COLUMN.

LADIES' COLUMN.

NOTIONS ASP NOVELTIES. Muffs are very large this year, and very much trimmed. Vertical stripes give length figure, and horizontal lines width. Waist-sashes are worn more than ever, and they are tied one side a rule. The first muff seen in Europe came out in Venice 14-99, just 40
01 January 1900 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
£9,638.3(0 17 « SS&.OSO 7 1 £10.463.370 4 6 *11,518,819 16 9

£9,638.3(0 17 « SS&.OSO 7 1 £10.463.370 4 6 *11,518,819 16 9

£9,638.3(0 17 « SS&.OSO 7 £10.463.370 *11,518,819 9 TW (ongoing Accouau, Uifrthw with the Voucher*, have been examined by ua and found to bo correct (Caununi(iu<) FBXNCW UVENSCBOfT. Manager. (Signal) i~ A ??Sn ' Anditor*. The BIRXBECK ALMANACK, containing full particulars, post f
01 January 1900 - Islington Gazette - London, London, England
 
A DESPERATE STRUBBIE.

A DESPERATE STRUBBIE.

Walter Childs. 21, plumber’s labourer, Arlington-rosd, Camden-town, was charged at Police-court, before Mr. Denman, with disorderly conduct, using obscene language, and seriously assaulting Victor Allen, S, and Police-constable M hitworth, 648 S. . . Shortly after eleven the pre
01 January 1900 - Islington Gazette - London, London, England