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The Town Council of Burntisland have petitioned several clauses in the local Direct Mineral Radway Bill which is thought would

The Town Council of Burntisland have petitioned several clauses in the local Direct Mineral Radway Bill which is thought would

injuriously affect the interests of the burgh. Attentat other things the level crossings for the railway approach to the harbour are objected to The annual festival of the St Andrews Eoiscopal Church Young Men's Literary Society was held in the Literary Institute, South Clerk St
February 25, 1876 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ANOTHER FATAL COLLISION AT SEA.

ANOTHER FATAL COLLISION AT SEA.

Another disastrous collision at sea has occurred. YesterJay the ship Alberta arrived Middlesbro' from Chatham, and Captain Stuart reports that Tuesday night early, off the Newark Lighthouse, tho Alberta came into collision with the schooner Dante, Hud, the result biing that the
February 25, 1876 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TWO SEAMEN DROWNED.

TWO SEAMEN DROWNED.

The American barque Adelia, from Pensacola' arrived Queenstowu yesterday under jury masts, having been totally dismasted a gale on the 28th January. Two seamen had beeu washed overboard aud drowned. There were three feet of water iv the hold. On the February barque gave them pro
February 25, 1876 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
YESTERDAY'S PARLIAMENT.

YESTERDAY'S PARLIAMENT.

In the House Lords yesterday the Marquis of Salisbury introduced a measure to reform the University of Oxford far as the application of its revenues is concerned. He propones after certain period to make the fellowships, not honorary as they are at preseut, but payments for work
February 25, 1876 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CHEAP CLOTHING FOR THE MILLION!!! GREAT AND EXTRAORDINARY SALE THOUSANDS GARMENTS suitable for GENTLEMEN, YOUTHS, and BOYS, Fashionably Made, at

CHEAP CLOTHING FOR THE MILLION!!! GREAT AND EXTRAORDINARY SALE THOUSANDS GARMENTS suitable for GENTLEMEN, YOUTHS, and BOYS, Fashionably Made, at

FABULOUSLY LOW PRICES !! THROUGH THE VAST INCREASE B. HYAM'S BUSINESS, He has been compelled to take THE UPPER PORTION OF THE TENEMENT, HIGH STREET, AND AS EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONS WILL SHORTLY COMMENCED, The WHOLE the SURPLUS STOCK WILL BE SOLD OFF, pro to per Cent, under usual pr
March 3, 1876 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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THE FRENCH REVENUE.

THE FRENCH REVENUE.

Paris telegram states that official returns published yesterday show that tho revenue from direct taxes during the first 11 months .of exceeded by 22,000,000 francs the total amount yielded 1874. The tax of 3 per cent, or moveable property produced in 1875 about 3,000,000 francs
January 22, 1876 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
AN ATTEMPT TO REFINE BILLINGSGATE.

AN ATTEMPT TO REFINE BILLINGSGATE.

At the Mansion House, London, yesterday, Benjamin Willis, carman the service of a Convent Garden salesman, was brought before the Lord Mayor upon a summons at the instance of the members of the Common Councd for the ward of Billingsgate, charging him under the City Police Act wi
January 20, 1876 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
DEAFNESS, NOISES in DELLAR'S ESSENCE for DEA/:. ESS haa oved an Extraordinary Remedy. It always relieves, generally cures, and is

DEAFNESS, NOISES in DELLAR'S ESSENCE for DEA/:. ESS haa oved an Extraordinary Remedy. It always relieves, generally cures, and is

strongly recommended thousands who derived benefit It is quite harmless. Sold in Bottles, ls and 2s 9d each, all Chemists. LOOKYER'S SULPHUR HAIR RESTORER will completely restore few days grey or prematurely light hair to its original cdlour without slightest chance injury. The
January 20, 1876 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
It is now stated that there no foundation for the report that Mr G-oschen has withdrawn his name from the

It is now stated that there no foundation for the report that Mr G-oschen has withdrawn his name from the

Reform Clnb.
February 2, 1876 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE NINEVEH EXPLORATION.

THE NINEVEH EXPLORATION.

. Geprge Smith, of the British Museum, jj Jtst returned from Constantinople, whither three month's ago solicit 'efiuisite authorisation for prosecuting ■ lrn exploration of the ruins or , y h. His recent discovery of Biblical * stimulated the Museum authorito further enterprise
February 2, 1876 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland