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Tat GREATEST WONDER OF Til2 Milt-.

Tat GREATEST WONDER OF Til2 Milt-.

Tat GREATEST WONDER OF Til2 JOHN LIVINOSTOIrS, (Eoaromosio,) GOLD RIITORATIYI, RE-PRODUCING Co4oar to Jewellery, Sint E Goods, Tondobod Basso, ft., Le. SYMII Kw Stationers, Agent* for ts per dimdoes. TO LET. AT WHITONDAr. rrHAT SHOP, No 4 Du &ISM. •• UT I. Ream Grum, Ofteran4 Sto
27 February 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
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27 February 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
IRVINE.

IRVINE.

LAW Or HYPOTRIC.—The district eammittee connected with Irvine met on Monday, in the grain market along with the farmers and dealers present, when the whole meeting composed • committee to consider the lA, of Hypothec, which was ably discussed by several gentlemen present, who we
27 February 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
CATRINE.

CATRINE.

&Have—The annual soiree of the Catrine Evangelical Union Chapel took place here on the evening of Thursday, the Dith inst. The Rev. Jame' Foote, pastor ot the congregation, occupied the chair. After partaking of an excellent tea, the Chairman, in a few appropriate remarks, intro
27 February 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
STEWARTON. We learn,

STEWARTON. We learn,

with pleasure, that 14r Proem of Piscockbank, has, with his usual enterprise, while many of his acres of land, discovered use, upon his lands, which he is now disposing of to one and all. We are plywood to see that those of our building and plasiering fraternity have prized the
27 February 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
--- WRINGING CLOTHES BY HAND ABOLISHED. MIIE INDIA RUBBER CLOTHES WRINGER, Manufactnred by Harper Tuelsetrees, price 30s, will wring all

--- WRINGING CLOTHES BY HAND ABOLISHED. MIIE INDIA RUBBER CLOTHES WRINGER, Manufactnred by Harper Tuelsetrees, price 30s, will wring all

kinds and SW! , of articles, from a pockethandkerchief to a blanket, without straining or injuring the fabric. A child may easily work it. If any difficulty is experienced In obtaining one, send a o ffice order to the 31anufactory, Bromley-by-Bow, London, E.
27 February 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
STARCH MANUFACTURERS TO HEIL THE PRINCESS OF WALES. OLESTIELD PATENT STANCE AWARDED THE PRIZE MEDAL, This Unrivalled Starch Is USED

STARCH MANUFACTURERS TO HEIL THE PRINCESS OF WALES. OLESTIELD PATENT STANCE AWARDED THE PRIZE MEDAL, This Unrivalled Starch Is USED

IN THE ROYAL LAUNDRY, And pronounced by Her Majesty's Laundress to be THE FINEST STARCH SHE EVER USED. HER MAJESTr£4 LACE DRESSER Declares It to be THE BEST SHE HAS TRIED, And the above award by some of the most Eminent Scientific lien of the Age, CONFIRMS ITS SUPERIORITY. WOTHE
27 February 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
BTRANRAER, AYR, ARRAY, AND CAMPBELTOWN. 91HE POWERFUL and COMMODIOUS STEAMER " ALBION" SAILS in 411 P-1 connection with the Glasgow

BTRANRAER, AYR, ARRAY, AND CAMPBELTOWN. 91HE POWERFUL and COMMODIOUS STEAMER " ALBION" SAILS in 411 P-1 connection with the Glasgow

South- Western Railway Company (weather permitting):— ANRAER TO AYR: Calling off Girvan and Ballantrae, weather permitting, 4th and 18th March, at 6 A.Y. AYR TO STRANRAER. Calling of Girvan and Ballantrae, weather permitting. SATURDAY, sth, and 19th March, at 4 r.x. AYR TO CAMPB
27 February 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
NEWEST STYLES IN Cloaks, Millinery, and Dressmaking, MISS J. AIRD, 81 PORTLAND BRTEET. IITCHING DONE BY THE SEWING MACHINE. SCHOLARS

NEWEST STYLES IN Cloaks, Millinery, and Dressmaking, MISS J. AIRD, 81 PORTLAND BRTEET. IITCHING DONE BY THE SEWING MACHINE. SCHOLARS

WANTED.
04 June 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
TIDING OF OLKSZII.

TIDING OF OLKSZII.

Mr Pbin, gave in the report of the committee on the letting of Glebes, which approved of. Maeda', 90. - Dr Macpherson gave In the Report on the Education Scheme. It refkrred specially to the difficulty in regard to the Normal Schools under the new Revised Code, which required th
04 June 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland