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ECCLESIASTICAL

ECCLESIASTICAL

Deabth of Divinity Stijden-ts . —Tho Secretary of tho Probationers' Committee of the United Free Church . ( Mr Duncan Cameron ) supplies the following figures in the January issue of the Record : —At the date of the Union in October 1800 when the rolls of the two uniting Churche
30 December 1913 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
¦ NEW YOEK STOCK BIABKETS FTTItTHER DECLINES , [ Fboji Ous Comjiekcial Cokbesfondents . ) Net ? Youk , December

¦ NEW YOEK STOCK BIABKETS FTTItTHER DECLINES , [ Fboji Ous Comjiekcial Cokbesfondents . ) Net ? Youk , December

29 . Tjii : slock Kiarket lias reopened with ¦ a qu ' idt 1 ecssion transactions roachiiiK about 351 , 000 chares , which ^ Deluded 81 , 000 rieadings , 67 , 000 Steela , 35 , 000 Amalgamateds 52 , 000 Canadians , 26 , 000 Unions , and 15 , 000 Souiihem Pacifies . Tho market has
30 December 1913 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE SILVER KINEMA

THE SILVER KINEMA

Edison ' s Kinctopliono , or "tho talMng pictures , " continues to bo tho great attraction at the Silver Kinema , Nicolson Square , and during tho oarly part oi this vroek an intercstin" - tale is told and shown on the screen of iho old days of Dick Turpin and highway robbery .
30 December 1913 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Caret United Rtjbbee Estates . —Tho fourth annual general meeting of the shareholders was held at -102 Hope Street ,

Caret United Rtjbbee Estates . —Tho fourth annual general meeting of the shareholders was held at -102 Hope Street ,

Glasgow , yesterday—Mr Lawrence Dougal , in tha absence of the chairman , presiding . Tho chairman moved tho adoption of the directora' reportand said the planting prpgramijie . cad now been finished , 'The- planting of 3260 acres in four years was an excellent performance , and
30 December 1913 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CANADIANS AND THE NAVY

CANADIANS AND THE NAVY

Da W . Evans Dahbv , secretary of . the Peaoe Society , interviewed in London yesterday on his return , from his Canadian tour , said he found a preponderance o £ . feeling' in Canada , dead against the-policv of . both , the Liberal Jind tho Conservative parties iff the Dominio
30 December 1913 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PRINCES CINEMA

PRINCES CINEMA

The visitor to the Princes Cinema is assured of a pleasant holiday « ntertamment . There are many exciting situations in & dramatic production . " For Old Time ' s Sake , " which holds the attention from beginning to end , while " Tho Greatest Gift , " the story of a man ' s foi
30 December 1913 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Thisaay ' ,,,, 70 % 64 % - - - G 3 } 4 GSft Previous 68 Vi — —

Thisaay ' ,,,, 70 % 64 % - - - G 3 } 4 GSft Previous 68 Vi — —

— — 63 C 7 > S OATS firm , and V-4 . dcaier . December , SE % c _; Mav , 41 c : JnTy , « O % c . RYE steady and nnchanjed . Cash , & 4 c . LARD opened firm , ' and 5 points higher for 3 Isy . in sympathy with tne strength of the hog market , and after losing part of the improvem
30 December 1913 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TRADE AFFAIRS LEEDS MUNICIPAL STRIKE

TRADE AFFAIRS LEEDS MUNICIPAL STRIKE

APPLICATIONS FOR SITUATIONS MORE THAN SUFFICIENT . The following official report of tho Corporation Emergency Committee in connection with the strike of municipal employees ' at Leeds was issued last night : — A largo number of former workmen have applied for reinstatement . Alr
30 December 1913 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
NEW . Y E A B- * S ENTERTAT-NTWENTS .

NEW . Y E A B- * S ENTERTAT-NTWENTS .

" OH ! OHfDELPHINE" AT THE LYCEUM THEATRE . ' No imaginable , kind of theatrical production could" ha \; e been chosen better to match the mood of this merry season than " Oh ! Oh ! Dolphine , " which entered upon tho second week of its run at the Lyceum Theatre last night . It
30 December 1913 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
WOMAN THROWS HERSELF . FROM BEDROOM WINDOW .

WOMAN THROWS HERSELF . FROM BEDROOM WINDOW .

An inquest was held in Belfast yesterday , on tbe body of Susan Wright ( 40 ) , who Sang herself from a bedroom window . A woman with " , whom she Jodged stated that she came downstairs on the day in qnestion in her nightdress . She seni her back to her room--and some time . lat
30 December 1913 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland