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LOCHEE.

LOCHEE.

Lochee Abstainers Union.—Last night the annual meeting of the members of the Abstainers' Union was held in the Baptist Chapel. There wag a fair attendance—the Rev. T. D. Cameron, the President, presiding. The Secretary, Mr Angus, read the annual report, from which it appeared th
6 December 1878 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ROYAL DRAWING ROOM.

ROYAL DRAWING ROOM.

The Queen held drawing room yesterday at Buckingham Palace, which wa3 attended by the Prince and Princess of Wales, the Grand Duke and Grand Duchess of Mecklenbsrg-Strelitz, the Grand Duke of Hesse, Princess Christian of Schleswig- Holstein, Princess Beatrice, the Duke of Edinbu
12 May 1880 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
INQUEST ON A DETERMINED SUICIDE.

INQUEST ON A DETERMINED SUICIDE.

coroner's inquest was held on Monday Manchester the body of Captain Gill, who committed self-destruction under extraordinary circumstances. The tragic affair took place on Saturday night Cheetham Hill village, close to the top of Halliwell Lane, Manchester. It was stated at the
12 May 1880 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Dress, &c. MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY. TER AD E. MOON, LANGLANDS, & CO. HAVE Now Completed their Arrangements for the SUMMER TRADE,

Dress, &c. MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY. TER AD E. MOON, LANGLANDS, & CO. HAVE Now Completed their Arrangements for the SUMMER TRADE,

and are Showing in Every Department a CHOICE and EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT of GOODS, and, though Considerable Advances have taken place in all WOOLLEN, COTTON, and LINEN FABRICS, are in a position to Offer GOODS LAST YEAR'S RATES, from the fact that they placed their Orders with Manu
12 May 1880 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SEVERE THUNDERSTORM IN FIFE.

SEVERE THUNDERSTORM IN FIFE.

Yesterday morning (whites a Fifeshire (orrespondent) the weather wa3 calm and quiet, while fine refreshing shower fell about 6 a.m. The forenoon was warm and genial, but a little before noon the whole sky became much overcast, and thunder was heard to ro! 1 the south-we"t. About
6 July 1877 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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LARGE WATER SCHEME FOR MANCHESTER.

LARGE WATER SCHEME FOR MANCHESTER.

The "Waterworks Committee of the Manchester Corporation, on Wednesday, laid before the Council scheme for the purchase of Thiilmore, one of the Cumberland Lakes, and the conveyance of water from it to the city by an aqueduct one hundred miles long. The works will occupy seven ye
6 July 1877 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A MILLIONAIRE'S WHIM.

A MILLIONAIRE'S WHIM.

The Stewart hotel for women is now rapidly approaching completion, and will probably be ready for occupancy in September. There have been many doubts respecting this institution. It is said to have been one of Stewart's whims. After the enterprise was fairly begun he was led to
6 July 1877 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BLAIRGOWRIE.

BLAIRGOWRIE.

The Weather.—On Monday a sharp shower of hail spread over the district, and on Thursday a severe thunderstorm held sway. Heritor's Meeting.—A mc 3ting of the heritors of Blairgowrie was held in the Parish Church on Thursday—Mr Macpherson, Blairgowrie, in the chair. After some di
6 July 1877 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SENTENCE ON THE TYROL MURDERER.

SENTENCE ON THE TYROL MURDERER.

Botzex, Monday.—The trial of Henry de Tourville was concluded here to day. The jury eleven ayes against negative, returned a ve: diet of death hanging upon the prisoner, who was not, however, present. The counsel for the defence gave notice of appeal
6 July 1877 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CHILD MURDER: SENTENCE OF DEATH.

CHILD MURDER: SENTENCE OF DEATH.

At the Hampshire assizes, on Monday, Francts Isabella Hallard, domestic servant, was indicted for the wilful murder of her illegitimate female child, two and a half years old. The crime was committed last March, at Whitwell, Isle of Wight. Tho deceased infant was fetched by the
6 July 1877 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland