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KEITH.

KEITH.

BANFF Clausal. or TDB PICACI.—Air John L. MNaughton, solicitor, Buckle, Clerk of the Peace for Banffshire, hoe appointed Mr Henry Howiack, solicitor, Banff, as Depute Clerk of the Peace for the County of Banff, in room of Mr Robert G. Shirreffs, Sheriff Clerk, resigned. CINTIAL
July 10, 1909 - Banffshire Herald - Keith, Moray, Scotland
 
WHY HAVE A COUGH OR COLD

WHY HAVE A COUGH OR COLD

BUDDEN'S BALSAM OF HOREHOUND will cure either? It is anal d tried remedy for Asthma , Bronchitis, all affections of the Chest and Lanni. BE SURE YOU GET SUDDEN'S. Bottles, and 2/9, all Chemists.
July 10, 1909 - Banffshire Herald - Keith, Moray, Scotland
 
Edinburgh WEE ESSENCE All who try it cater it To BECONTINUED You may go the wide world over But what

Edinburgh WEE ESSENCE All who try it cater it To BECONTINUED You may go the wide world over But what

der the direction Herds pleasant reflection NINON COfflESaspiendid reiedico
July 10, 1909 - Banffshire Herald - Keith, Moray, Scotland
 
GRANTS GLENfIDDICH rURE MALT OBTAINABLE EvERI WM RE -00 & Soks,L" DI SIMI R 5 • •

GRANTS GLENfIDDICH rURE MALT OBTAINABLE EvERI WM RE -00 & Soks,L" DI SIMI R 5 • •

July 10, 1909 - Banffshire Herald - Keith, Moray, Scotland
 
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July 10, 1909 - Alloa Journal - Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

AIKMAN.—At bouley Place, Mount Vernon, on the 4th ins t., John Aikman, in hie 85th year. - BURDON.—Soddenly, at Crail, on 3rd inst., Ellison Murray, beloved wife of John Burdon, °ablaut, Bellsbill. CUNNINGHAM.—At Union Bank House, Lark. ball, on the 7th bet., Milan Purees Cunnin
July 10, 1909 - Coatbridge Leader - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE COATBRIDGK LEAD:

THE COATBRIDGK LEAD:

fiileo..ly they fined and drank, and a low, rumbling noise, as of diateat thunder, tall uPoo their ears, like the =staining of an ogLth. - Once, in the snow," said the easter, "I tracked my persecutor to the Hermitage, and there, on the surface of a bans reek, that over a. lien,
July 10, 1909 - Coatbridge Leader - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
JULY 10. CRICKET.

JULY 10. CRICKET.

La*. Saturday cricketers were completely drowned out, especially in the Went of Scotland, .About noon• rain commenned to fall heavily and continued till three o'ciock, 'after which thcr , were intermittent showers. No was made to start with the Union notch between the local team
July 10, 1909 - Coatbridge Leader - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
ADLLTEURISM 111 19CUITIERI CRICKET.

ADLLTEURISM 111 19CUITIERI CRICKET.

ADLLTEURISM 111 CRICKET. For more years than et us care to remember (says the "Glasgow Herald") the poktion of tthe amateur in cricket has been a source of controversy, very often heated. There have been and are amateura and amateurs, but there never has been in cricket a distinc
July 10, 1909 - Coatbridge Leader - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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July 10, 1909 - Coatbridge Leader - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland