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Coley.

Coley.

D. J. Ines, b Downie ... 3 C. Douglas, b Downie 0 It. Smith, o Duthie b 18 W. Davidson, c Downie, b Gray 37 J. Thom, b Earle ..' ... 16 W. Cruickshank, b Gray 6 A. Robb, c Roes b Earle ... 12 R. Matthews, not out ... ... 10 B. Brown, G. M. Stephen, W. Anderson—to bat. Total (7 w
June 14, 1901 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE HUNTLY EXPRESS, JUNE l4, 1901.

THE HUNTLY EXPRESS, JUNE l4, 1901.

AGRICULTURE. PERTH SHOW. Mr M'William. Stoneytown, is to be judge of shorthorn* and Mr Cran, Morlich. of Aberdeen- Angus cattle at the show of the Perthshire Agricultural Society, to be held at Perth on Saturday, 9rd August. MORAYSHIRE FARMER CLUB SHOW. Mr Black, the secretary o
June 14, 1901 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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June 21, 1901 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GOOD FIT

GOOD FIT

GREAT VARIETY. LARGE STOCK.
June 21, 1901 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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June 21, 1901 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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June 21, 1901 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
6 GEORGE MACDONALD AND HIS WORK. The following appeared in the "Daily News" the other morning. It cannot fail to

6 GEORGE MACDONALD AND HIS WORK. The following appeared in the "Daily News" the other morning. It cannot fail to

have interest for readers in these parts. It is written by Mr C. IC. Chesterton : One by one the eminent novelists of the Victorian era are being born again to the democracy in the form of cheap editions, so that by this time the aspiring chimney-sweep could really buy the nucle
June 21, 1901 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A TALE OF THE CENTRAL HIGHLANDS. CHAPTER XIV.

A TALE OF THE CENTRAL HIGHLANDS. CHAPTER XIV.

The chief object of Lord Eaglesholme's pursuits at this time was a development of the wonders of electricity, in which ha thought he had made some important discoveries, but from the want of an intelligent assistant, it had not been in hie power to put them to the test of a well
June 29, 1901 - Highland News - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
TAIN NEWS.

TAIN NEWS.

The Count and Countess de Serra Largo and family have left for Havelock House, Nairn. Ex-Bailie Wallace, Tain, has been appointed Honorary Sheriff-Substitute in place of the late Mr Ross, banker, Tain. Provost and Mrs Fowler of Manahan have arrived in Tain after enjoying a fortn
June 29, 1901 - Highland News - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
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Ali ESS .spaa the is a tie /Mt& A GOOD IDEA. Mr. Burke sugg sued teat the ascretariem should intimate to the editor of the "Daily Mail" that their ritmessolitive hied gut into the wrong locality, or had had wrong atone. lion supplied to him, and if the paper would send spode r te
June 22, 1901 - Essex Guardian - London, London, England