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July 2, 1902 - Banffshire Reporter - Portsoy, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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July 2, 1902 - Coatbridge Express - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
CRUEL TREAT lENT TO WIWFS.

CRUEL TREAT lENT TO WIWFS.

At the Costbridge Court Monday.—Judr Reid on the beach -Thomson &ether, ironemeker. residing in 'Slain Street. was charged with meeting a bnoseh of the peace within his own home, assaulting his wife. while in bed, sod a Mrs Davidson. Amused plead.rl guilty. The Constable explain
July 2, 1902 - Coatbridge Express - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
A GREENOCK MAN LYING DRUNK ON THE

A GREENOCK MAN LYING DRUNK ON THE

PORT Donald Black, labourer, pleaded guilty of having been found drunk and incapable in Back Row Lane. The Prosecutor pointel out that accused left a pledge of ten shillings. " You were never here before t" queried Bailie Jamieson. " No, sir," replied the accused. The Bailie :"
July 4, 1902 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
girths, Atiarriages, anti Nraths BIRTH. Munaay.—At Rossbank, Port-Glasgow, on Ist July, the wife of Jas. Murray ; • daughter. MARRIAGES.

girths, Atiarriages, anti Nraths BIRTH. Munaay.—At Rossbank, Port-Glasgow, on Ist July, the wife of Jas. Murray ; • daughter. MARRIAGES.

81 Brown Street, Port. Glamor, on the 27th inst , by the Rev. T. H. GrabarS, John Ayre, to Emma Christina Olson, daughter of Olof Erickson, Stockholm, Sweden. Joxes—Toom. —At Newark Pasish Church Halls, Port-Glasgow, on 3rd July, by the Rev . W. W. Beveridge, of Prinoes Street U
July 4, 1902 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
REVIEW OF COLONIAL TROOPS. General His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, in the unavoidable absence of His Majesty the

REVIEW OF COLONIAL TROOPS. General His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, in the unavoidable absence of His Majesty the

King, inspected detachments of troops representing various Colonies on the Horse Guards Parade on Wednesday morning. Her Majesty the Queep was present, accompanied by members of the Royal Family and their Majesties' Royal guests now in England. About 2,500 troops were on parade.
July 4, 1902 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
THE BANFFSHIRE ADVERTISER, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 11)02.

THE BANFFSHIRE ADVERTISER, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 11)02.

distinctions, but it may be remarked that Misses M'Pherson and Barbour, with the pupil teachers Misses Ross and Paterson, took particular care of their young charges, whilst the Convener of the committee, Mr Taylor, Post Office, was indefatigable in his efforts to make the outin
July 3, 1902 - Banffshire Advertiser - Buckie, Banffshire, Scotland
 
FINDOCIITY.

FINDOCIITY.

A very successful picnic was held in Findochty on Thursday. The town was early astir, but was not decorated. As a school children's picnic was to be held, a large flag was displayed on the school buildings, and the top of the hill, where the picnic) was held, was quite studded w
July 3, 1902 - Banffshire Advertiser - Buckie, Banffshire, Scotland
 
FOREIGN HERRING REPORT.

FOREIGN HERRING REPORT.

William Iteid's herring report, dated Stettin. 28th June, says :—During this week we received supplies of new West Coast herrings of 1077 barrels, by which the total import is brought up to 11,167 barrels, against 11,368 barrels in 1901, and 8251 barrels in 1900. Although the we
July 3, 1902 - Banffshire Advertiser - Buckie, Banffshire, Scotland
 
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xtrarts, at. WELDON . / PLAIICAL NICFMLISWOM Smuts. N. 1% 1114).—The potty crochet bye mad is beads sad steel, ate., whisk we all admire sal dad as is them of mien Madam and packet/en dream 6s ' made by following . the ample directions gives in this number. Tee LING.--The Coronat
July 2, 1902 - Coatbridge Express - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland