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ANOTHER FATAL BOAT ACCIDENT.

ANOTHER FATAL BOAT ACCIDENT.

Last night, between eight and nine o'clock, another boat accident, terminating fatally to a young gentleman named Alexander Nicholls, residing at Homislow, took place off Mortlake. The deceased and a young gentleman named Needham. of Brentford Butts, proceeded last evening to Is
May 31, 1872 - Globe - London, London, England
 
1N TILE HOUSE.

1N TILE HOUSE.

The proceelings in the House of Commons last eight were of amore than usually lively description, and embraced a great number of subjects, varying from AllSaints' Church, Carditf, to the Washington Treaty, and from the Tuskar Rocks to the Act of of Uniformity. There were, in fac
May 31, 1872 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MAY Bl, 1872.

THE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MAY Bl, 1872.

WHICH MRS! pRERTDICE or it better to buy before trying or to try before bvieg WHICH WINS P THE IMPOSTOR, who Supplies a Spurious or desioitful article, or the !tenet tradesman, who regards at the lame tune his own repast= and the needs of the poblio WHICH WINS P OHEAP" RUBBISH ,
May 31, 1872 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SAILINGS:—

SAILINGS:—

SAILINGS: From May 21th to 30th. Fanny Fem, Decent, for Greenock, sugar. Intrepid, Garey, for Plymouth, general. Lovely Cruizer, Barnet, for Southampton, cider. DPT, Whiteway, for Plymouth, general. Lord Clarence Paget, Deal pilot boat. Bertha, Williams, for Newport, iron ore. An
May 31, 1872 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY REVIEW.

PARLIAMENTARY REVIEW.

PARLIAMENTAR Y REVIEW. HOUSE OF COMMONS. YESTERDAY Mr. Disraeli asked Mr. Gladstone if Professor Bernard's.lecture at Oxford on the Treaty of Washington, which he had read with equal amazement and alarm, had been delivered with the sanction of the Govern- ment. Mr. Gladstone said
May 31, 1872 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE GARDEN.

THE GARDEN.

THE GIRDEN. GARDEN WORK FOR THlE WicX.- Prepare ridges I for cucumbers by throwing out trenches 4 feet wide ard 2 feet deep in light dry soil ; fill the trench with fermenting material, such as leaves and litter that have been used for covering vine borders during winter, short g
May 31, 1872 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
INTERESTING RIFLE MATCH AT INVERURIE.

INTERESTING RIFLE MATCH AT INVERURIE.

Yesterday an interesting match with the small bore rifle was shot at Inverurie range between Captain Walker, Portlethen, and Mr Wilken, Alford. on one side, and Colonel Jopp, Aberdeen City Rifles, and Private Blake, Inverurie, on the other—gentlemen who had distinguished themsel
May 31, 1872 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TRADE MOVEMENTS.

TRADE MOVEMENTS.

CONTEMPLATED STRIKE OF THE FORFAR OPERATIVE SHOEMAKERS. On Monday, are informed, the operative shoein ikers are on strike if the demand made to the -sters be not complied with. Their request is a fixed rate of wage, ranging from lis 18s per week, and workroom accommodation. The
May 31, 1872 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

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May 31, 1872 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
GOVAN PAROCHIAL BOARD.

GOVAN PAROCHIAL BOARD.

The ordinary general meeting of the Govan I Parochial Board was held ?? Morris Polok presiding. THE CASE OF MR KIREWOOD. The minutes of the Cbairman's. Committee, of date 23d inst., contained the following letter with reference to the case of Mr Kirkwood:- "The Parochial Board o
May 31, 1872 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland