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A Y It —TLIONDAT. There was shoot an attendance at to-dayb market. and the quality of grain exposed middling. Wheat

A Y It —TLIONDAT. There was shoot an attendance at to-dayb market. and the quality of grain exposed middling. Wheat

Is ad down on the trip. aid Id up on the average Oatmeal le Iftl down on the top. and Id down on the average. I are 3d up on the top, and the .as es the average CR wt. Wheat-106 bolls in martet, of 77 sold 77 at Oatmeal-116 bolls, of which 116 sold U 121 6.3 Oata-124 qrs. of whi
25 February 1865 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
but an abundance of really good, pleasant. Instructive and amusing reading. Do you wish to know where to spend the

but an abundance of really good, pleasant. Instructive and amusing reading. Do you wish to know where to spend the

coming holiday season; you will get a hint as to that in "A Holiday in the Norse Country," a tract not yet made bare by the feet of travellers, a tract where nature in her loveliest, yet dreariest and most desert aspects may be viewed. The Norse country is the land of mountain,
30 April 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
IV PIGS.

IV PIGS.

Clam I.—For the hest Boar of any large ' , reed, Three Sovel,ig•o.—.lno're v RaWon. Laze:. bole For the second b .10., One Sovereign and a-half— Qoilit.n Williamson, 13% rep, roylton. For the hest Boar of any small breed, Three Sovereigne—No Competition. Chi.. lII. For the best
30 April 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
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30 April 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
PENWICK.

PENWICK.

Tax BAG DODOI7-6013 day Test - week the housewives in this village had their thrifty propensities screwed up to the highest pitch of excitement by the expectations of realising extraordinary bargains in the way of china dishes, tea services. Several pretty sharp-looking customer
30 April 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
CATRINE.

CATRINE.

POWKR.—The machinery of the extensive cotton works of Messrs Jamea & Co., in our village, is driven by a combination of water and steam power. The power of the large and gigantic water wheels has been so increased that they will be able to propel the works during an ordinary sup
30 April 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
~ .4" ( ITRANRAER, AYR, ARRAN, AND CAMPBELTOWN. POWERFUL and COMMODIOUS 1 STEAMER "ALBION" SAILS in •connection with the Glaycow

~ .4" ( ITRANRAER, AYR, ARRAN, AND CAMPBELTOWN. POWERFUL and COMMODIOUS 1 STEAMER "ALBION" SAILS in •connection with the Glaycow

and South' Railway Company (weathar permhting):— STR tREAER TO AYR: - ....... off Girvan and nue, her permitting, FZIDAT. ad, 13th, 20th, and 27th May, at II a.m. AYR TO STRANRAER Calling off Olrvan sod weather permitting SATURDAY, 7th . at 14th. al 3 P.M.; 21a1, at I P.M; and 2
30 April 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
TO LET. 'I I V7O ROOMS and a RITCUIEN in Moanta I Apply to RAMAT, Armour Place, Boyd Street.

TO LET. 'I I V7O ROOMS and a RITCUIEN in Moanta I Apply to RAMAT, Armour Place, Boyd Street.

30 April 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
• THE ARTS. TAMES BROWNING, is favoured with 0.1 instructions from the Representatives of • Gentleman in Dumfriesshire, lately deceased,

• THE ARTS. TAMES BROWNING, is favoured with 0.1 instructions from the Representatives of • Gentleman in Dumfriesshire, lately deceased,

to Sell, by Auction, on TRURSDAY, sth May next, within the Iva HALL, Kilmarnock, his entire Collection of OIL PAINTINGS, acquired at great cost, and comprising line specimens of Alexander Nam) th, A Wilson, P. Nasmyth, Morris, Craig Wttitth, Mogfi.rd, slnntagae !Manly, e, Wooltn
30 April 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
ARTIFICIAL ZANIIRES MAXI/FACTURE]) ST lIESSR3. F. RITCHIE it SONS, BELFAST'. FINTE SrIISCR'BERS beg - to call the attention of Farmer§

ARTIFICIAL ZANIIRES MAXI/FACTURE]) ST lIESSR3. F. RITCHIE it SONS, BELFAST'. FINTE SrIISCR'BERS beg - to call the attention of Farmer§

to the NEW POTATO MANURE, Specially mannfactnred for the Pcrrs.m by Messrs F Ritchie & Sons, Belfast. 10 Cwt. per Imperial Acre, if applied alone, or 5 Cwt., and half (manlity Farmyard Manure, will, on imitable sone, give an early and abundant Crop. Price £7 10. per Ton, in bags
30 April 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland