Board on Saturday last -.—Mailer -George Cal to MKenzie, Lossiemouth, firs* .if ate—John Fraser, Aberdeen. Only Matt —William Trail, Fraserburgh Stcotul Afotes—William Brand* Aberdeen, John M'Connachie, Keith. Guarding tiif. Quebn at Balmoral.—These are
November 6, 1867 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
—Abebdeex, Not. 2. Passed as Master Ordinary, George M‘Kenxie. Lossiemonth. Pint Mate, John Fraeer, Aberdeen Only Mnte, William Trail, Fraserburgh. Second Mate, John M*Connochie, Keith; William Brands, Aberdeen. Seven candidate. failed.
November 4, 1867 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
without the slightest cause. Prisoner and her husband bad previously been at the police court together case of assault. William Trail, of 72, Burrage Hoad, Plumstead, said heard a row in the street, and himself rnd a friend went to the spot and saw two
November 2, 1867 - Kentish Independent - London, London, England
300 yards, in which several of the youths participated. The race was won by John Quigley. The second best competitor was William Trail. The next game was a race of six hundred yards, in which James Mills and William Young received the prizes. At this point
November 2, 1867 - London Scotsman - London, London, England