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DRAWING THE BADGER.

DRAWING THE BADGER.

This is a proverbially difficult operation ; but we have succeeded in doing it. With Saturday's issue we have got the Fish Trades Gazette on tout upon the anti-trawling agitation. The leading article in that paper contains a reply to our criticism of a fortnight ago on the posit
June 13, 1901 - Banffshire Advertiser - Buckie, Banffshire, Scotland
 
BIJCKIE, b.a.

BIJCKIE, b.a.

BIJCKIE, —ln the list of "examinations" in Friday night's " Edinburgh Gazette" there appeared the name of G. Morrison, builder, Backie—to be examined in the Court, Banff, on 19th June. HUCLIE—Pic-Nlc.—On Thursday the annual pic-aic of the Society of the Children of Mary took plac
June 13, 1901 - Banffshire Advertiser - Buckie, Banffshire, Scotland
 
ELGIN.

ELGIN.

C•LL TO • the Monthly meeting of Breehin and Fordoun.United Free Presbytery, held in Montrose on Mondry—Rov. George Anderson, St Cyrus, moderator the Rinsed congregation were authorised to moderato in a call to Rev. J. R. Fraser, Elgin.
June 13, 1901 - Banffshire Advertiser - Buckie, Banffshire, Scotland
 
VINCI AT GOBDONEIBURGH.

VINCI AT GOBDONEIBURGH.

A minute of tbr Road Committee meeting regarding an encroaching fence being erected at Gordonsburgh for mason's yards was read. The minute stated that the fence narrowed down the width of the road to 22 feet, and that the boats drawn up would possibly project on the opposite sid
June 13, 1901 - Banffshire Advertiser - Buckie, Banffshire, Scotland
 
SCRABSTE R.

SCRABSTE R.

On Thursday 80 boats averaged 5 crane, which sold at from 20s to 255. The highest shot was one of 60 crane; quality mixed and inferior. All the fleet are at sea to-night. On Friday 120 boats landed an average of 12 ovine, some of very mixed quality, for which prices ranged from
June 13, 1901 - Banffshire Advertiser - Buckie, Banffshire, Scotland
 
MELIIOBIeB Tess Have been famed for over tbree-quielers el a century for their delightful quality and Their ever-increasing popuirxity is

MELIIOBIeB Tess Have been famed for over tbree-quielers el a century for their delightful quality and Their ever-increasing popuirxity is

tinkly dee to publi.: apprecialmn of this superiority • moderate prices. The prices of Nfe'rose's Teas are fret. 11l per lb. to the Queen's Tea 3/2, but are specially recummen.ted at 1/6, 140, and 2/2, to all who appreciate and esjoy the tit:Mu-as of really floe tea. They give e
June 13, 1901 - Banffshire Advertiser - Buckie, Banffshire, Scotland
 
DAVID CO lIPER, 111 MA MUT, rOLDS RAN' ODATIIEDG4 -OLD TOLL DAR," It OP OLD •ID MALT WMIUI OLD VEIN

DAVID CO lIPER, 111 MA MUT, rOLDS RAN' ODATIIEDG4 -OLD TOLL DAR," It OP OLD •ID MALT WMIUI OLD VEIN

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June 12, 1901 - Coatbridge Express - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
NEW MILLINERY

NEW MILLINERY

TO-DAY, And each day until farther notice, FRENCH MILLINERY SALOONS COLOSSEUM WAREHOUS Or h MILLINERY, MODEL -DCUM, LARGE BAT& STRAW HATS, FANCY CHIP HATS, NEW CRINOLINE HATS NSW LOWS SATS I FANCY AMU /I TAROT TERM sal MST WSW mon. SWEAT MI WALTER WILSON & CO., 60 ro 70 JAMAICA
June 12, 1901 - Coatbridge Express - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
NITRIC IN THE. PARKS.

NITRIC IN THE. PARKS.

The followinw preuramme mimic will be eubniltted in the Went-end Park on Weds's. 12th June, horn 7 to 9 p.m.:- the V. P. I. • It, WM.* . • • 0:0 -» 1- ........ Ray . •• +ere Ab.twA4
June 12, 1901 - Coatbridge Express - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
CAMBUSLANG.

CAMBUSLANG.

Act 'omit To • --Oa a footballer aisated Donald at Colebrook. Streit, busleng. met with a somewhat swim as while taking part in a C.mbuslang. Yergeaou had bees aagage4 of the ties between Aehdeld sat C.anbuslang Bluebell when be less heavily tLrown to the ground, bre.iking his l
June 12, 1901 - Coatbridge Express - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland