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Enormoss Treks.—At meeting ia London on Wednesday evening the Hon. Malcolm Cameron, a gentleman from British Columbia, while speaking of

Enormoss Treks.—At meeting ia London on Wednesday evening the Hon. Malcolm Cameron, a gentleman from British Columbia, while speaking of

the resources of that new colony, said, the fir or pine of British Columbia is unrivalled—the- height and size so astonishing to be almost incredible even to the Canadian lumberman. You had last year at your Exhibition, a spar 271 feet long—such stick was ncve» seen Europe befor
January 26, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DESPATCH AND ARRIVAL OF FOREIGN AND COLONIAL MAILS AT DUNDEE. general Post Office, Jan. 23. Maics | DrE Feb. 19,

DESPATCH AND ARRIVAL OF FOREIGN AND COLONIAL MAILS AT DUNDEE. general Post Office, Jan. 23. Maics | DrE Feb. 19,

r.yi Feb. 18 Jan. a.m.' Feb. 13 Feb. 8, 6.29 iFeb. t J*n. 23, 2.30 p.m. ° n " ' certain Feb. 4, 5.30 p.m.(Feb. 2 Mails. Australia & New Zealand Southampton, Do. do., via Marseilles,.. Brazils, Buenos Ayres, Monte I Video, and Cape de Verde Islands, via Southampton,..) \ Do. do.,
January 26, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BUSINESS INTIMATIONS WILLIAM LA.WRIE & CO.'S ANNUAL CLEARING SALE HAS NOW COMMENCED, AND CONTINUE UNTIL OTHERWISE ADVERTISED. WILLIAM LAWRIE &

BUSINESS INTIMATIONS WILLIAM LA.WRIE & CO.'S ANNUAL CLEARING SALE HAS NOW COMMENCED, AND CONTINUE UNTIL OTHERWISE ADVERTISED. WILLIAM LAWRIE &

CO. beg to remind their Customers and the Public that their WHOLE STOCK HAS UNDERGONE REDUCTIONS, which will not fail to satisfy intending Purchasers. TRADES' HALL BUILDINGS. SPECIAL NOTICE. Parties Subscribing on or before the 26th dav of January Kill Receive their Copies of th
January 26, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BUSINESS INTIMATIONS 4 pacts chiels v ding.- SEWING MACIII AT a Competition with other M*k m Sewing Machines in 1882,

BUSINESS INTIMATIONS 4 pacts chiels v ding.- SEWING MACIII AT a Competition with other M*k m Sewing Machines in 1882,

at the Government Works at Pim lico, for making army clothing, A O.'S beat the the others by 35 per cent., the result which was tint A Co. sold the British Government of their Machines, all others being rejected. Thev are dby the French, Russian, Prussian, Spanish, and Italian O
January 26, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BUSINESS INTIMATIONS. r PHK J"i4 waived from ' » Quantity «f CAKES excellent quality, which they are selling at Moderate

BUSINESS INTIMATIONS. r PHK J"i4 waived from ' » Quantity «f CAKES excellent quality, which they are selling at Moderate

I*ri xn, from the Warehouse. GEO. ARMfTSTK\D, CO., Panimue Street. " PRO BONO PUBLICO/• THE ADVERTISING SHEETS of the Courier Argus.' 4 Northk** Wabdf.r,' and 'Weekly News,' are regularly exhibited in front the Publishing Office, Town House Buildings, on the Mornings of Publicat
January 26, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
M E T n V E ft NOERII'S HUCSfi FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT CONTAINS The Largest Selection in Town or FiRST-CL A«8

M E T n V E ft NOERII'S HUCSfi FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT CONTAINS The Largest Selection in Town or FiRST-CL A«8

DIKING-ROOM FURNITURE, PARLOURFURXITURF, DRAWING-ROOM FURNITURE, BED-ROOM FURNITURE, H VLL AND LOBBY FURNITURE. All Upholstery Wotk done the Premises. Extensive Choice of KIDDER, TAPES! RY, A BRUSSELS CARPETS, DRUGGETS, HEARTH RUGS, SHEEPSKINS, DOORMATS, FLOORCLOTHS, FEATHERS &
January 26, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
RAILWAY TIME TABLES. Corrected for January. Dundee and Newtyle—L'p Trains. DUNDEE leave Lifl „ Camperdown Lochoe Baldragon Dr0n1y..... Auchteriiousc ...arrive

RAILWAY TIME TABLES. Corrected for January. Dundee and Newtyle—L'p Trains. DUNDEE leave Lifl „ Camperdown Lochoe Baldragon Dr0n1y..... Auchteriiousc ...arrive

Ardler Coupar Angus ..... Uoseraount Blairgowrie Mettle Fnllarton Alyth .... Eassie Glamis Kirriemuir Forfar a.nr 0 8 2 { 8 27 8 8 9 4(J 51 9 41 9 9 4«» 9 45 11 25 10 a.m. | p.m 60 *3 50 2p 12 17 12 12 12 12 60 40 1 101 4 4 6 i 23 20 26 35 27 1 1 60 10 1 50 5 1 5 6 5 15 5 6 36 5
January 26, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The Courier and Argus.

The Courier and Argus.

TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 18G3. Tue House of Lords sat hour last night. The Prince and Princess of Wales' Annuity Bill passed through Committee. The Drainage of Laud (Ireland) Bill was read a second time, after a feeble opposition from two or three Irish Peers. The Duke Somerset moved f
March 3, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE STIPEND CASE.

THE STIPEND CASE.

hear there is some talk, not of appealing against the decision of the Court of Session, but of reserving the right of appeal. If that be done, it may be exercised any time within two years. The proposal, put in that form, does not look so objectionable as one to bring appeal wou
March 3, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE HARBOUR REFERENCE.

THE HARBOUR REFERENCE.

"We are glad to see that, at the meeting of the Harbour Board yesterday, Bailie Yeaman gave a straight-forward expression of the feeling which prevails, that the attempt of the Trustees' Counsel to get rid of the responsibility for the acts of the Engineer and Superintendent is
March 3, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland