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SCOTCH BANKRUPTS.

SCOTCH BANKRUPTS.

Last Gazette.) 'EST RATIONS. Matthew Marchbank, farmer in Brittle Main*, Kirkcudbright. James Purves, farmer, redding Castle Maine, the parish Dnuee, and county of Berwick. Jamee joiner, Cemhnalsng Alexander Brown Arthur, jeweller, Canning Street, Bridgetou, Glasgow.
14 October 1882 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LORD NORTHBROOK AT LIVERPOOL.

LORD NORTHBROOK AT LIVERPOOL.

Lord Northbrook yesterday laid the foundation stone of the St Margaret's Schools, Anfield, near Liverpool, and delivered address, in which he spoke of the value of educational endowments when properly applied. His Lordship was subsequently entertained at luncheon by the members
14 October 1882 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE STATE OF EGYPT.

THE STATE OF EGYPT.

.IRAK'S DEFENCE. Cairo, Friday Morning. The Egyptia# anthoritiei persist in refusing access for the English counsel to Arabi. Sir E. Malet it still smiting instructions from the home Government. THE EVACUATION OF DAMIETTA. Alexandria, Friday, 11.30 a.m. About 150 sick and wounde
14 October 1882 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Public Notices. Ist F.A.V. GUN DETACHMENTS aelected to Com- X pete for Colonel Erskine's Badges will Parade in Uniform at

Public Notices. Ist F.A.V. GUN DETACHMENTS aelected to Com- X pete for Colonel Erskine's Badges will Parade in Uniform at

the East Station at 3 o'clock ou Batorday Afternoon, the 14t instant, and proceed the 8.15 Train Battery. Forage Caps and aist Belts be Worn. WM. URQUHART, Msjor Commanding Dundee Batteries Ist F.A.V. BUTTEEBURN UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, DUNDEE. A BAZAAR For the Extinction of
14 October 1882 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LESLIE

LESLIE

Navvy in Distress. — Yesterday (Sunday) a navvy wae found on the road near Kirkcaldy Watei- workr in a very sad plight, having been exposed all through the night to the wet weather. He wae conveyed to Leslie, where he wae atteuded to. He was unable to give any account of himself
19 December 1898 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
URGEST HORHIMIi CIRGULANOi! IH UUNUEt.

URGEST HORHIMIi CIRGULANOi! IH UUNUEt.

MONDAT, DECEMBER 19, 1898. SUMMARY OF TO-DAYS NEWS. — — ♦ Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild, a member €»f the great banking firm, and M.P. for the Aylesbury Division of Buckingham, died with startling suddenness on Saturday forenoon, ex- piring in the arms of his valet. He was fifty
19 December 1898 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A bakers' strike has begun at Kirkcaldy.

A bakers' strike has begun at Kirkcaldy.

All the jirgahs of tho Swat clans hay© pro- mised to expel the Fakir should he reappear among them. The annual meeting of the Arbroath Farmers' Club was held on baturday, and was largely attended. Pearson, the author of the outrage at the British Embassy at Washington, has bean
19 December 1898 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE COLLISION ON THE \.ENGLISH COAST.

THE COLLISION ON THE \.ENGLISH COAST.

THE COLLISION ON THE \ ENGLISH COAST. FEAEED LOSS OF SEVENTEEN LIVES. SURVIVOR'S THUILLLNG NARRATIVE. There is reason to fear that seventeen hyp» have been lost by the foundering of tin- [:■ < after her collision with the Picrreiuont thu casualty reported in our second edition Sa
19 December 1898 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SUNDERLAND STEAMER WRECKED

SUNDERLAND STEAMER WRECKED

Tho ste>uncr Thingvalla passed Dunne t Head en Saturday, and signalled havimr on hoard ail hands saved from the wrecked Sunderland steamer Govino. The Govino wan an iron steamer of 2277 ton:*, registered 100 Al at Lloyd's, and built in 1882 by T. Lainq-. Sunder- land, for the Co
19 December 1898 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SCOTTISH CYCLISTS' UNION.

SCOTTISH CYCLISTS' UNION.

GENERAL COUNCIL MEETING. A meeting of tbe General Council of the Soot tish Cyclists' Union was held in the Grand Hotel, Abmlcen, on Saturday night. Nineteen' dele- |atos were present, representing the various dis- trict* in Sootland, and Mr R. Robinson, Glas- gow, president, was
19 December 1898 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland