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District Intelligence,

District Intelligence,

had the J S. jf tea ponod. ,alae ol coni tli© more of rtio vfllaarara anil othera in , Match.—A low of the fnenda \fr William Trail, Mill of Bruile, -ho* thair rupoct for him in a practical niannor, mHOreil 1 , l-roSSTI ag, J i^arfr^: for &<irneee-l Wm
January 3, 1873 - Buchan Observer and East Aberdeenshire Advertiser - Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
T ,H ER N A great fire °penned on Thursday at Lipte b Hungary. _The swasher otitis Ma is Woad,

T ,H ER N A great fire °penned on Thursday at Lipte b Hungary. _The swasher otitis Ma is Woad,

prisoner was of a thoughtful and affectionate disposition, bosh as nurse and mother, although of a somewhat hasty temper. William Trail the husband of the prisoner, deposed to the truth of a state meat in which he said be was the cause of all the discomfort
July 21, 1883 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
ENTERTAINMENTS.

ENTERTAINMENTS.

tbemaeirea pleated; and the pnpils and teaohera ware by (he Bay. Hr. A root at the cloaa. Pleasiho Pbksbstatioss. —The Bey. William Trail presented with a gold watch and chain by the yonng men in connection with the Free Tron, for hia unwearied zeal in advancing
March 17, 1860 - Scottish Banner - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Vrrliantentarz

Vrrliantentarz

be major. Lieutenant John IValrand Clark to becaptain; Cornet James Alston Clark to be lieutenant. 4th Foot.—Lieutenant William Trail Arnold to be captain; Ensign . Samuel Winter. tromthe 55th Foot to be ensign. 47th Foot.—Ensign the Hon. Bernard Mathew
February 11, 1854 - Field - London, London, England
 
A CONSIDERATE WHIRLWIND.

A CONSIDERATE WHIRLWIND.

shockingly mangled. Die wreckage of this carnage was indeed simply one mass of smashed woodwork and blood and tom bodiee. William Trail, maeon. Kilmarnock, one of the passengers who escaped uninjured from the end the train, said: M was wonderful see lie
February 12, 1898 - Chepstow Weekly Advertiser - Chepstow, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
BARONY PAKOI’HIAL BOARD.

BARONY PAKOI’HIAL BOARD.

the great enemy appoint early day moderate ill a call to the Rev. b. all moral and religious progress. Hut whiM Ih there William Trail, Manchester. Tlic IWiyterv ™ ■ r r sh t 1..1,.,.ii. ..tl..r|.l,il«.iliru ) ,iew, rk. wiib.ui.)»«, f.ll on- <Xmph.ll, Putty
March 16, 1855 - Scottish Guardian, Glasgow - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
tion in Banff wished to prosecute.

tion in Banff wished to prosecute.

prospects of missions in India, and among those who bad been announced take part in the subsequent proceeding* were the Rev. William Trail, Glasgow Rev. Donald Fraser, Inverness ; Rev. James Stewart, recently retaraed from Africa; and Lieut.-Colenel Davidson
March 3, 1864 - Glasgow Morning Journal - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
FACTS AND FANCIES

FACTS AND FANCIES

boa now hat. A named Mr. Has knows how to ; Anri make them they know their Ho . for to 1)ows.11. who travels from It t William trail. every day, a ticket. to Impala - You Mould take • totem hem; will cheaper trouble to you." "No. ea, maw she will pay Ism
October 12, 1895 - Hampshire Independent - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
recorded,‘

recorded,‘

conduct boainews. NEW PL - TH. TEACHERS. • The agreement between Thomas Bruce, pupil teacher at lAndin Mill School, and William Trail at Kirkton School, were then signed by a quorum of the Board and the sureties.
June 8, 1877 - East of Fife Record - Anstruther, Fife, Scotland
 
DEATHS. ANDERSON—At Rowland, Holm,tbe 27th January. John Anderson, farmer. stud 67 Years. ANNAL --At Farewell, South Ronaldshay, on the 27th

DEATHS. ANDERSON—At Rowland, Holm,tbe 27th January. John Anderson, farmer. stud 67 Years. ANNAL --At Farewell, South Ronaldshay, on the 27th

aged 46 years. TRAILL—At Viva, Stewart Island, New Zealand, on the 26th November, Charles Trsill, third son of the late William Trail, Esq., of Woodwick, aged 65 years —Friends are requested to accept this intimation.
February 3, 1892 - Orkney Herald, and Weekly Advertiser and Gazette for the Orkney & Zetland Islands - Kirkwall, Orkney, Scotland