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SUCCESSFUL ACADEMY STUDENTS.

SUCCESSFUL ACADEMY STUDENTS.

The following bursaries' and 'scholarships have been won by former pupils of the Inverness Royal Academy:— John Baillie, It (equal) in Vana Dunlop Scholarship for Philosophy, .t5O for three years. Mister J. Stewart, 2nd among entrants to New College, tits for one year. Duncan J.
19 October 1907 - Highland News - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
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19 October 1907 - Highland News - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
DO YOU WORK

DO YOU WORK

Outdoors? Then you want good substantial Moment.. We have a special line in men's heavy weight boots which you should certainly see. They have specially selected calf uppers and heavy soles—making them ideal boots for the man who must walk or be on his feet a great deal. We have
19 October 1907 - Highland News - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
BELONGING TO THE TRUST ESTATE OF

BELONGING TO THE TRUST ESTATE OF

DAVID BURNETT & SONS, BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURERS, KIRRIEMUIR, A Word of Thanks To the inhabitants of Inverness and surrounding districts for the speedy reiponie to our advertisement of the purchaes of a large portAon of the valuable stock of Boots. Shoes and Slippers belonging
19 October 1907 - Highland News - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
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REV. DR MACCREGOR. EDINBURMI, w►o will Preach the Opening' Service. GAELIC SERVICE at 12.13 p.m.— REV. ALEX. LEE. M.A. ALL ARE CORDIALLY INVITED. PUBLIC NOTICES. MIC DONALD ROSS. Street Porter, left 31 Motle Street on \Caine.lay Night for Railway Station. He Ea' not been •een si
05 October 1907 - Highland News - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
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05 October 1907 - Highland News - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
THE NOVEMBER ELECTION.

THE NOVEMBER ELECTION.

The calamities which fur a year or two seemed to loom ahadooy over our town and community have been happily averted. The Railway Amalgamation has fallen through, and the Petty Customs, which threatened, election after oket• to put couneillors ;sad candidates and voters into a fe
05 October 1907 - Highland News - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
THE MORNING OF BATTLE.

THE MORNING OF BATTLE.

To-day we enter upon a great coustitutional struggle. The Prime Minister is to speak in Edinburgh, and will lead the attack against the House of Lords. The question to be decided is a vital one for democracy. The issue will settle once and for all whether the destinies of our co
05 October 1907 - Highland News - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
THE SHALL LANDHOLDERS (t4COTLAND) BILL. [To EDITOR.] Sin,—The Government have withdrawn the Small Landholders Bill, and. under the circumstance, no

THE SHALL LANDHOLDERS (t4COTLAND) BILL. [To EDITOR.] Sin,—The Government have withdrawn the Small Landholders Bill, and. under the circumstance, no

other course was possible. It was quite evident that the Lords were determined to destroy everything in the Bill that did not suit themselves and the class they solely and wholly repreent, and for whose benefit and aggrandisement they are always ready to sacrifice the rest of th
05 October 1907 - Highland News - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
A BOOK FOR LADIES-

A BOOK FOR LADIES-

The information eontainerl in this hick oeght to he known every marrie.l women. and it not beam the untnarriml to read. No h"o1 written which kn. , . en thninflth:y into matter.: reLstinc to married women. Some think ton lunch is told. Sueh scarcely be the nine. for knowledre is
05 October 1907 - Highland News - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland