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THE PEDESTRIAN TOURNAMENT AT ABERDEEN.

THE PEDESTRIAN TOURNAMENT AT ABERDEEN.

The following are the distances of each of the competitors olochig last night : Miles. Laps. Smith, ... 193 40 Leith. ... 176 18 M’KqUan, ... 169 Robson, ... 15l r«gu*», ... iat- -■——.r.*—. Shewan, ... 84 23 Gibb* , . Ferguson had to leave the track In the afternoon, owing to st
January 1, 1880 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE PEDESTRIAN CONTEST IN PERTH.

THE PEDESTRIAN CONTEST IN PERTH.

This tournament was resumed onWednesday morning at ten o’clock. Only thirteen of the competitors put in an appearance, viz.—Normack, Glasgow; M‘Honour, Dundee; A. Clark, Glasgow ; Cummings, Perth ; Rennet, Peitb ; Nicholson, Perth; Clarkson, Hull; Wilkie, Dundee; Cameron, Perth
January 1, 1880 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ARBROATH.

ARBROATH.

Doo Case.— At a J.P. Court held on Wednesday— Jaentenant-Colonel J. Dickson of Woodvilie and Provost Reid on the bench —William Granger, farmer, Letham House, was charged, the instance of Hr William Borthwick, supervisor, Blairgowrie, with keeplngadogwithoutaliceuse on tho 27th
January 1, 1880 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
JOTTINGS.

JOTTINGS.

The death ie announced of Mr. Alexander Thorn, the Queen's printer in Ireland, and the originator o£ ' ; Thorn's Directory," iujiia 78th year. _U. Kenan will deliver the Hibbert lectures on the sth, Bth, 12th, and loth of April. He intends visiting the Universities of Oxford and
January 1, 1880 - The Star - Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, Guernsey
 
The Winter Mail Service.

The Winter Mail Service.

The following are tho regulations for tiia Winter Mail Service : — Monday To Knglaud triit Southampton. To Kn^laud oia Weymouth jox .loimu£ at 11 a.m. Tuesday From Southampton. To .Southampton. Wednesday From .Southampton. From Weymouth. To Southampton. Thursday From Southampton
January 1, 1880 - The Star - Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, Guernsey
 

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SCI JOL TdEATS.

SCI JOL TdEATS.

On Tuesday evening last the children belong- ing to Trinity Church Sunday School had their annual festival in tiie Scnool roo 11, Rue lilt i Pie. Tue usual complement of cake and ten | was provided, aud the juveniles rendered good j justice to the eatables. Mr. W. T. Robilliard,
January 1, 1880 - The Star - Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, Guernsey
 
I. ... _ .-„... SEASONABLE TR3AT l'*J THE INMATES.Vf THE TOWN HOSPITAL. ',

I. ... _ .-„... SEASONABLE TR3AT l'*J THE INMATES.Vf THE TOWN HOSPITAL. ',

I. ?? _ . -„. . SEASONABLE TR3AT l'*J THE INMATES Vf THE TOWN HOSPITAL. ?? On Tues lay last the mm ites of the Town Hospital were enabled to enjoy a very happy . evening, through the kind exertions of the ' Chapiaia and lady visitors, by contributions in . money and gifts. A larg
January 1, 1880 - The Star - Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, Guernsey
 
|.MILLAIS AT LEISURE.

|.MILLAIS AT LEISURE.

| MILLAIS AT LEISURE. About Aug. 12, says a writer in the World, Millais geneially breaks forth from the peace- j fui pleasures of domestic life, anl hurrying' further northward appears on the moors in the complete garb ofa sportsman. Full of vitality aud enthusiasm, he strides a
January 1, 1880 - The Star - Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, Guernsey
 
GREENLAW.

GREENLAW.

I’ kesentation. —On Friday the female pupils attending the Public School presented their teacher. Miss Ironside, with a very handsome workbox as New Year gift. The presentation was made by Miss Lizzie Harrison, and .Miss Ironside, who was appointed to the Public School about twe
January 1, 1880 - Southern Reporter - Selkirk, Selkirkshire, Scotland
 
A BULL FIHHT.

A BULL FIHHT.

On Friday night. Sir James Bain delivered lecture to St Clement’s Young Men’s Literary Association in St Clmieiu's Church, Mile End, (ilasguw. The subject was what saw during visit last spring to Morocco and Spain, and in the course of his remarks pave the following description
January 1, 1880 - Southern Reporter - Selkirk, Selkirkshire, Scotland