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Miller's Stores I...imited, A.I.JWAYS A. I) I N Englisti American, Austrian and Swiss B( - )O r fs and SHOES

Miller's Stores I...imited, A.I.JWAYS A. I) I N Englisti American, Austrian and Swiss B( - )O r fs and SHOES

B oot , f rom 418 up I t up Pumps from up n . " 11 FIELD BOOTS , TOP BOOTS. RUBBER BOOTS .A Speciality. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Swiss Boots and Shoes, Wei) :DING : ' Ladies Cloth Button Ladies' Calf Lace Boots Ladies' Bnekiu Shoes Ladies' Evening ltue in Blac
July 1, 1902 - Mirror (Trinidad & Tobago) - Port of Spain, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago
 
T MAS TE~R 9, Flushing, " TItE TURF RECORD." containing latest the LIVERPOOL CUP, ST. LEG KB, CAMBRIDGESHIRE, and STEWARDS'

T MAS TE~R 9, Flushing, " TItE TURF RECORD." containing latest the LIVERPOOL CUP, ST. LEG KB, CAMBRIDGESHIRE, and STEWARDS'

CUP, eta Also Ruiw enclosed o£ address. Postage. 2 ,£d. per Vioz. All communications be addressed <J» ROBERT FLUSHING, HOLLAND. ESTABLISHED FORTY-ONE YEARS. JAMES WEBSTER. HOLLAND. ASCOT STAKES. ROYAL HUNT CM*. LIVERPOOL CUP, STEWARDS' CUP. ST. LEGER, CESAREWITCH, and CAM 3RIDLE
July 1, 1902 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
GLASGOW GRAVEYARD SCANDAL.

GLASGOW GRAVEYARD SCANDAL.

At Southern Police Court, Glasgow, yesterday two undertakers, Francis and Henry M'Cabe. brothers, and three gravediggers named Francis Walker, Robert Murray, and James Johnstone were remitted "to the Sheriff in connection with the burial scandal, the M'Cabes being charged meanwh
July 1, 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Our Colonial Visitors.

Our Colonial Visitors.

One of the results of the King's illness has been the calling forth of another display of Colonial patriotism. From the British dominions beyond the seas have come messages the most sympathetic nature, telling how touched the people in those far-off lands were on hearing of thei
July 1, 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LETTERS TO EDITOR. CANADIAN CATTLE QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR THE COURIEK. Sir, —I hope the cattle feeders of Scotland will

LETTERS TO EDITOR. CANADIAN CATTLE QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR THE COURIEK. Sir, —I hope the cattle feeders of Scotland will

at once waken v to their present opportunity, and take immediate steps to have their grievances brought under the notice of those who have the power, and some of them the will, to remove them. At present we have an opportunity that we never had in the past, and may not have in t
July 1, 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The Works Committee of Dundee Town Coifcicil have agreed to accept the following claims for damage done by flooding:—Laird &

The Works Committee of Dundee Town Coifcicil have agreed to accept the following claims for damage done by flooding:—Laird &

Sinclair, Limited, £9 17s 6d; J. M'Artney, ironmonger, JO7l 18s 9d. Builders of Harbiaur Barges.—The offer of the C-aledon Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Limited, for the construction of two hopper barges for Dundee Harbour Trust has been accepted. The matter was decided
July 1, 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The Mansion House West Indies Relief Fund amounts -608,000.

The Mansion House West Indies Relief Fund amounts -608,000.

July 1, 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Hotels, &c. ELEJSSBURGH. — QUEEN'S HOTEL, Overlooking the Beautiful Firth Clyde; est Highland Line Fort-William. Every Comfort. Moderate Tariff. Posting.—H.

Hotels, &c. ELEJSSBURGH. — QUEEN'S HOTEL, Overlooking the Beautiful Firth Clyde; est Highland Line Fort-William. Every Comfort. Moderate Tariff. Posting.—H.

Schnake, Proprietor. INVERNESS. —Queensgate Hotel (Temperance)—First-Class Commercial and Family Hotel. Opposite Post Office and Steamers Office. Hall feiT Excursion Parties. Electric Light. Elevator. Charges Moderate. John KINGUSSIE — Waverlev Temperance Hotel and Boarding-Hous
July 1, 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Shipping DUNDEE TO LONDON AND HULL. DUNDEE, PERTH, AND -I LONDON COMPANY'S Splendid Steamers will Sail (Weather, Oasualties, and Strikes

Shipping DUNDEE TO LONDON AND HULL. DUNDEE, PERTH, AND -I LONDON COMPANY'S Splendid Steamers will Sail (Weather, Oasualties, and Strikes

excepted) follows: From Dundee. i From London. July 2, | Wednesday July 2, London, 10 p.m. | PertU, lua.m. Saturday, July 5, I Saturday, July 5, Perth, jp.m. I London, 12 Noon. Pares—First Cabin, including Steward's Fee, ad. Return Tickets, available tor Twelve Months, 551- Seco
July 1, 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TO-DAY'S WEATHER FbRECASTsT Meteorological Office, London, Monday Evening. Barometrical pressure now very uniform, but its distribution oyer Western Europe at

TO-DAY'S WEATHER FbRECASTsT Meteorological Office, London, Monday Evening. Barometrical pressure now very uniform, but its distribution oyer Western Europe at

the same time Very irregular. The hiJJsst readings, 30.0 inches and upwards, are found over Portugal, but the bsurometeris high our own extreme western coasts. The lowest pressures, 29.8 inches and less, are reported over Norway, but small shallow disturbances are apparently cou
July 1, 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland