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THE DAFFLA EXPEDITION.

THE DAFFLA EXPEDITION.

THE arrangements for the Daffla expedition include a headquarters staff of 17 officers. For the feeding of the force to be employed it has been found that live stock can be driven at less expense than tinned meats can be carried. Even the Sepoys are to be supplied from time to t
November 7, 1874 - Renfrewshire Independent - Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
FANNY LESLIE,

FANNY LESLIE,

A TALE OF THE RADICAL TIMES IN THE WEST OF SCOTLANA • 3 CHAPTER XXV.
November 7, 1874 - Renfrewshire Independent - Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
A BOUNTY JUMPER.

A BOUNTY JUMPER.

IT is well known that for the sake of the miserably small amount of plunder they can hope to pocket by the operation soldiers will sometimes face all the risks of deserting and re enlisting in other corps. We were, however, quite unprepared for the daring which Corporal R.bert M
November 7, 1874 - Renfrewshire Independent - Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
M. & J. CRAIG'S IMPROVED MACHINE, STEW A RTON, A Y RSHIRE, ever been invested; does out rabor destroy the

M. & J. CRAIG'S IMPROVED MACHINE, STEW A RTON, A Y RSHIRE, ever been invested; does out rabor destroy the

Clothes in any way, is strong end durable, and will Clean Clothes in t►e of the time of Noy other hirable*. Direotions for Workin; tha &Ischia• are given along with h. Put the Clothes in, is the front of under bar of Hawk, and pat iu s water as you will find will work easy. If t
November 7, 1874 - Renfrewshire Independent - Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
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November 7, 1874 - Renfrewshire Independent - Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
RENFREWSHIRE INDEPENDENT, NOVEMBER 28. 1874.

RENFREWSHIRE INDEPENDENT, NOVEMBER 28. 1874.

own way. There were free church sections, free land sections, free labour sections, and free education sec tions. With regard to the Church, they knew they were not united on that question. As to free land, he asked what did that mean ? One section, which might be called the adv
November 28, 1874 - Renfrewshire Independent - Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
TLANN/ILS, BLANKETS, SHEETING/I. AND DRUGGETB

TLANN/ILS, BLANKETS, SHEETING/I. AND DRUGGETB

W. HEN I E R Sto N, MILL STREET, WILL SHOW To.D.VI( (I.6Tvacir). 14* Non.. • LAMGE %TUCK the above. VALIK. Laneashire Flammas. I / 3 I 2/6 ; Real Welsh Fiona la, 2; to 219; Blue /Isabela and Plaidisits, Good Blankets, 12/11 to 2316 ; Twilled Lown Martini/y..34th. wide, 2/ to 3/.
November 14, 1874 - Alloa Journal - Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
ROBERT PHILP, GENERAL DRAPER AND SILK MERCER, 96 MUT sad 1 ALLO A. RIBBONS A TIES, SMALL WARES, DRESS TRIMMINGS,

ROBERT PHILP, GENERAL DRAPER AND SILK MERCER, 96 MUT sad 1 ALLO A. RIBBONS A TIES, SMALL WARES, DRESS TRIMMINGS,

LACES, EMBROIDERI ES, ROSTERY, GLOVES, N DER WARE, SCARFS, LINES SHEETIN6s, LINENS. DRESS GOODS BLACK GOODS, CRAPES, SILKS, SHAWLS. COTTON', WOOLLENS BLANKETS. &C., &C. SHIRTS, kt. MANUFACIUNER OF LADIES UNDERCLOTHING, SUITS, DRESSES, MANTLES, JACKETS, AND MILLINERY, Su. ROBERT
November 14, 1874 - Alloa Journal - Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
xr think it is • perfect insult Item, to anything of SA Arno' • Thlti.l lichen The Mitebell, h. by

xr think it is • perfect insult Item, to anything of SA Arno' • Thlti.l lichen The Mitebell, h. by

the maid weetiog ' 4 thi" homed had Sated temliet .4 • We Moseley—Mr Archibald Walker the o ne M r mitehpu, who a d *. chair. The other prmest were village, every sun-em. I Walker, Dick, Drysdale, El-14110 Pit. iNTO4.—A ,i and Finlay. the minutes of the of :WPM.. Church was meet
November 14, 1874 - Alloa Journal - Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
PROPEIII'Y IN DOLLAR FOS BALI.

PROPEIII'Y IN DOLLAR FOS BALI.

To be SoLn, by Public Rasp, within the Cum,' HOTEL, Dollar, on SATIMDAT, the 19th day of 1874, at Two o'clock Afternoon prertoualy disposed by Private Bargain), THOSE fIUBJECTS at Cam., Dollar. belonging to Mr Jams &out, Presently Occupied by Penn Limnos and other Tenants The of
November 28, 1874 - Alloa Journal - Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland