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BY THE . HIGHLAND . JEWELLERY - ESTABLISHMENT. - In addition to our unusually large Stock of HIUHLAND JEWELL ENT

BY THE . HIGHLAND . JEWELLERY - ESTABLISHMENT. - In addition to our unusually large Stock of HIUHLAND JEWELL ENT

and HIGHLAND ORNAMENTS, which include several Registered NOVELTIES new this awn and Manufactured in our own Workshops, we are at present showing a MAGNIFICENT STOCK of the very latest Goode in SOLID SILVER and ELECTED SILVER PLATE. CLOCKS, WATCHES, specially sainted, and which w
March 22, 1902 - Highland News - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
BOOT AND BIOdAUY•

BOOT AND BIOdAUY•

1, - 10R GOOD VALUE IS BOO= AND SHOES TRY F xsckeeds, 12 Ultras, 7 BOOTS and SHOES sold by Pnnl Campbell (late MI.:MO. Town Mall Bond• boo, Inversion SHEPHER DS' GAMEKEEPERS', FORRESTER'S, POSTIIIRN, and POLIORIIRN 8 Beg Hand Built, Easitst Walking. Complete Fitting, Wear Resist
March 22, 1902 - Highland News - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
THE LONOYAN GROUNDS.

THE LONOYAN GROUNDS.

As re arts the ground at the Longman , I stated that I was aatirfied that it was desirable that the foreshore and road there should be policed by the town, and that I did not see bow this could be very satisfactorily provided for without bringing the adjoining agricultural land
January 31, 1903 - Highland News - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
THE QUEEN OF SCOTTISH SONG,

THE QUEEN OF SCOTTISH SONG,

In Canada Miss Jessie Maclacblan is continuing to receive the most enthusiastic of ovations. the language the press being more and more eulogistic. We are tad that, on singing "Rule Britannia," she literally "swept the national horizon when .he opened her beautiful arms and clas
March 22, 1902 - Highland News - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
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March 22, 1902 - Highland News - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
GLASGOW SKYE ASSOCIATION.

GLASGOW SKYE ASSOCIATION.

At a meeting of this Association, held in the Religious Institution Rooms on Friday evening of last week, it was agreed to open a fund for the benefit of the families of those Skyemen who had been drowned at Kyleakin. It was also agreed to subscribe £3 to the scheme of the Londo
March 22, 1902 - Highland News - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
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January 31, 1903 - Highland News - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
"THE GUTTER-SNIPE OF

"THE GUTTER-SNIPE OF

LITERATURE." "THE UNSPEAKABLE SCOT" AND ITS AUTHOR CRITICISED. Mr Balfour Browne, K.C., in proposing the toast of the evening at the Burns' Club dinner at Dumfries the other day, fell foul of lir Crossland, the author of the "Unspeakable Scot," in a somewhat forcible manner, eve
January 31, 1903 - Highland News - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
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January 31, 1903 - Highland News - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
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January 31, 1903 - Highland News - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland