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Edinburgh Courant (Newspaper) - August 8, 1884, Edinburgh, Midlothian ESTABLISHED 1705- iunR EDINBURGH, FRIDAY. AUGUST 8, 1884. Id. IUiH COURANT. 170i. LtlAlUNG OEGAN OF THE PAKTY. ,-i (iiLis STREET, Edinburgh, FLEET STREET. all clasacB la Edinburgh, the the Scotland. K. the latest andbestpollti- v. I turn London Oifice, 47 Fleet :t -i 'Iroable Intel llgence, MM! t Litcntuif, and Ait, 1U t all the chief towni el in time for tulieit i-. ft ONE PESSV Stamped. Teitu Duller, Stamped, 9i. payable la i'AID ADVERTISEMENTS V-TM' (iK VACANT, HOUSES TO WASTED OK TO LET, BUARJJ i.. WANTED OK OrfEKEU, BCSI- .......OK VOB SALE, ate inserted at HIM lins 13 words, Cd. i wcrds, 2a. oa. 63 words, Ss. 04 I i 6.L j 72 3s. 6d. the piteo of tbiee. li.TICLES FOR SALE OR WANTED. Four Twelve Twenty-foul c eoDiec. consec. STIRLINGSHIRE CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION. A MATING of the ASSOCIATION will be held in too UK HALL, tiimu.su, TO-DAY at Twelve O'clock Noon, Sir WILLIAM EDMON8TONE, Cart., in the Cluur. All Conservative lute Inwited to attend. Admission Cards COD bo bad on application to JAMES L. PIIILP. Sctictaty. 3 Port Street. Stirling, Augnst 1834. GROUNDS BEAUTIFULLY ILLUMINATED By PAIN, LONDON, TO-MOKKOW EVENING. KXO.CIS1TE COLOUR COMBINATIONS. or LAKTEKNS and ATIC LA sirs. BANDS in the AFTERNOON and EVENING. OPEN from 10 A.M. to JO P.M. Admission (I li; Children under 14 Half-price. Season Tickeu, 20s: Fortnightly Tickets, EXCLUSIONS utd PARTIES of 20 and np-aidi Ad- mitted at Speciat RaUt on application to the Secretary. INTERNATIONAL FORESTRY EXHIBITION. EDINBURGH, l-nder the Patronage of THE QUEEN, THE PRINCE OF WALE5, ftc. Ac. GOVERNMENT EXHIBITS from abont 60 FOREIGN CorsiaiKs and COLONIES. 500 PRIVATE EXUIB1TORS. CHARMING PICTUKES OF GOTLAND SCKXKRY EJHSSIVB DISPLAY in the INDIAN COCKTS. UNIQUE COLLECTION FROM JAPAN. MANITOBA FARM. RAKE and BEAITIFUL TRIES and SUKL-BS. TEA AND WOODWORK ISO MACHINERY IN OfEHATIOS. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CARRYING PASSENGERS. LtTNCHioxs, DINNERS. TSAS, LIGHT 1XTERNATIONAL 0KESTRY EXHIBITION. du. do. do. each 3d. each frirt. Sd. CO. If. la. K Cd. li. Id. la. i Is. of thedassei ..a-lf.e to Iineriiw. j ry Foil may be paid in Postage by the Newt-Agents Edla. Oil. O.uartcr prrpaidi. ate pawHe to W. R. LAWSON General iloutts. AVER MEETING TO-DAY, at 12, ..t'. ic A.-V-BMFILT MALI. MACINTOSH, Dalieith._____ AILUOAD. "32 pp. fiSt -loured Lover. One Penny Each. DEPOT, STIRLING, N.B. __________________Id i K C K M A C D O N A LD T r! l.KAWING ROOM LECTURES uth. at Half-put Three o'clock. T" j Chester Street. fd226 FLOWER -i -vu the Aajnii, f.d., and 3d, il Bind in Attendance I i 0 N "AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. >v wiil be held at BKOOMLEC MAISS tl i-I.rtwniingr 150 CATTLE. 100 i: and PONIJS (10 of 1- .L..J. 2flO Pens of SHEEP by Mr DAMV, Edia- Jtb Ncrt'. British aad PMbto Uae. A. COM PAK i" Of DEBENTURES. ivEN, That tba ASSETS COM- rms of Act of PailiamoBt and the ntiih the Debentures were Issued, do ll-.h day of November 1344 for pan of balance of the ocluil.il ia the original of r i'M'.Oi'U borrowed by tbcm AND t'.ivts-. That, H provided by the said c the particular Debenture! :1 bs determined by Draw to 09ice of the Company here, on r-.iiadiyol September nut, at Twelve JOBN CAME EON. Hunger. m. Claatow. 1S84. NP A X S R AI .It- Wanted for Xieentloc the and Work in connection with Ions, and Schedules Hunter, Parochial MI Archibald Sattcr, ''-'it-: Mr Sntter oa or before tbe [821 493S ?tIVATE CLASSES. AND ACCOUNTS. 40A UEOKGK STREET. Jos u to 4 f.M. SULMMINi: BATHS be :j t-ing complciea early application le Sot It Ihi OOcei ol the Com- x D u A CAPE, LEITH STREET, _ 13 .voir 'INT? from 1? to z T.n. >lKAKb direct from the Grill. i..OX j Will Sail punctually from I.EITU (WEST at i 10.30 A.M. and l.SO I-.M., direct for Ike l" SULTAN." FABK, is. j yt U E II D O U li A S S A G E. j Tlie Steamers i "LORD MORTON" ami "LORD ABEKDOUR" SAIL DAILY (Sunday eiccpted) as From LEITH [WEST f 7.30, 11 A.M., 1. 3, 4, ft. and 6.30P.M. From 8.30, 4.45, 5.45, and 7.30. Fare, Cd. 12 and 2 Itoat Irom LEITH will be WITHDRAWN, anil the 12.45 and 2.45 Boat from ABEK- DOUR, for TO-DAY. CHEAP PLEASURE EXCURSIONS ItY STEAiLLK AND COACH. KINCARDINE, ALLOA. ASD STERLING. Tbe New Salaan Steamer "STIRLING CASTLE." REICKN 3s. STEEHAGE, 2s. Sails piiuctually as under Leitb to Alloa to ie., Alloa. _ Leilb. ___ Caching Trip.-. A.it, P.M. A.M. P.JI. FRII.AV, 6..Stirtiny ,1- Dollar... 10 3.30 1 and 6 WOSUAY, A J-OM...12 N'n... 12N'n 4.SD 12N 6 8.30 3.30 WED......13.Cuirow...l2.30.... 12.30 a fe.SO S.80 6.30 7 ,t S.SO _ 5.30 7 S.SO and Coach, 4s. and Coach, Sa. Coaching Tickets must be oLUined at Office. West Pier, before No CoicU with Ie6s than Six PasiCDgers. _________M. TL GALLOWAY, SHORE. LEI-HI. SUNDAY, lOin Aruvn. SOUTH QUEESSFERRY, FORTH BRIDGE WORKS, II.M.S. ''SULTAN." The Saloon StE.imor "LOUD From LEITH forQUEENSFEUKY, at 12 Noon and 5 r M. QL'EENSFtKRY loc LEITH, 1.15 and I-.M. From LEITH, at 2.30 ami 3.30 P.M., Sailing round ll.M.S. "SULTAM." FARE SIXPENCE. -T" tfutcrtaiumcitts. RO V A 1, L Y C E U M T H E A T R E. SlIItET. KlUNBUKOII. THC, ONLY THEATRE Ui-ts is THK CITY. Last K O B ROY. Rob Hoy..........................Mi J. B. HOWARD. Helen How ARK Box plans ui I'uterson's, and lloyal Lyceum, 10 till 4. Open 7.15. comiuutiLC 7.45; over 10.40. (iA to 4s> MONDAY. AUUI-ST UAi-'K." ST LEONARD'S ST ANDREWS, N.B. MISS DOVE, Certificated Student ol Girton College, Cambridge This School provides a thorough Education at a mode- rate cost. House Ulrls nrctlved from the ago ol Nine. NEXT TERM begins 2d October. NAVIGATION, MARIM: ENGINEERING ANll DRAWING, -SElH'-bE31GS, MATHE- MATICS. THE GUVKKXAIENT -NAVIGATION SCHOOL (HAKIMS Imcs FLACK. LEirii. founded Iu 1855 under a Minute of the Board of Trade, BOW under II.M. Education Department and "ie Lucal Shipping Authorities, Day and Eve'iia.: for tho above subjects, ami for all the Id.arJ ot ut ilasters. Mates, atd tthlij J. BuLAM. Head-MaUcr. LAWN jour from the Maken, IsOi. D I E S, An Eiiensivo and Varied Stock alwajs oa hand, from those ftuilable for SCHOOLROOM PHACTICB up to the higfaeit class for tba for SALK, Jiine, or on the Tu K en YE SYSTEM, at tho Most Moderate PlANOiOKTLS ol every description ExtHANntD, TOKLH, j KttiL-LAtKb, WAP.S- I HOUSED. From JOHN PIJ It DIE'S wcli-knuwn HiiluR Trade, SECONDHAND of the.se a very xbort time in use, and Iiardly diitinnuisbabla fryai remarkably Cheap x 10.407.30 10.15 9.20 P.M. 6.2010.3U 2.254.26 6.80 8.4010.30 1.40 2.36 2.20 7.30 10.15 ft.to 0.30 1.30 NKWCABXLC A. M. J-. FiaWav. K'te., fi.20 1. Fte 10.0 10.16 12.40 2. 10 7.30 [10.15 10.40 N. 7.60.20 10.35 Sat.) [4.36 6.30 Sat) PAULIY. 7.45 ll.o T4.20 r.if. 6.66 (2. 0 Sat. only) 4.3fr g.o 5, o [3.22 A.M. P.M. 6.30 9.30 ).3r 4.0 7.20: 4.15 7.40 S. 30 12. 25 1.30i 6.16 A.M. 3.66 6.6 7.10 0.10 jr.v. t.u. 10.16 12.40 2.60 7.30 10.15! [10.40 1 7.30 10.15 6. SO 10. 30 4.26 8.20 OAT... 9.011.30 4.5 (7.10 2.35 4.25 9.20 10.301 0.20 P.M. 7.40 30 12. 25 j6.16A.if. 1.30 3.55 6.5 7.10 9. 10 r.it. r.w. YttBK M10.0 10.15 12.40 2.607.3010.15 10.15 SMMPIMO CAU are run by 10.15, and P.M. Trails (root to London. Tciough Carriacea be Mcuiedott fk-ca Utntikl nt, Nottfc VriUtb Railway Head fettthjcgb. J. WALKER. Geatral BRITISH ANT) MERCANTILK INSURANCE COMPANY. NET yiRE PltEMIU.MS for 1 LAMMAS TERM. THE HRE RENEWAL RECEIPTS falling due at this Term are now ready for delivery. PAYMENT should bo niatlo on or before the IGiu NEW INSURANCES (.n Property at HOME or ABROAD may be effected at the lowest rates of premium corresponding to tbe risk- CHIEF Omens. 1'mXCES STKIKT. LONUON.............................6iTintr.ADNEeukE STREET. AD. GILLIES KM1T1I. Managr. PHILIP a D. MACLAGAN. Atrttary. __Edinburgh. 1st August 1884. _ [218 21 25 rSALEDOKIAN INSURANCE "COMPANY. XJ FOUNDED 1S05. LAMMAS TKKM. The RECEIPTS for KIKE PREMIUMS duo at this Term are ready for delivery, and payment thould be made before the 16th inst, D. Manager. 19 George Street, Edinburgh, lit August 1884. [t f 221 'RDINARY LIFE POLICIES, by the application of Bonutea. after comparatively few years, TKANSFORMKU into PAlIVlIP POLICIES. requiring DO or to keop them in force. LIFE ASSOCIATION OF SCOTLAND. (for Lift Atsvrattee and Annuities.) Annual Hfventtt, Claims and paid. ox tu. 82 Princes St. I Glasgow, 123 St Si. 5 Lombard Bmet I Ihindce. 3 India WANTED iwmadtalrly, at per cent. Freehold SubjecU ia Newcutle-un-TyLe amjile i margin. to Khind, Lindsay, W.S., 12 St Andrew [-jji TO EMIGRANTS TO THE AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEAL AN IJ COLONIES. THE ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND and BBANCHEd GRANT LETTEBS OF Payable on and DRAFTS at Thirty on Uie moat favourable terms, upon tbe BANK ofNEW SOUTH WALES and ita BRANCHES and COR- DENTS n SEW SOUTH WALEB. V1UTUUIA. QUELNSLANa TA33IANIA. And they also anJ COLLECT Amovna KILLS of ExcHA5tiE on ttiu abom Coloniea, [ft BA N K OF N K W Z E A L A N D. 1'itpitai, fai'l'tift, Jfejtire, AM> IJOM'5 To HlFAREHOLUll'.S full SuTCllAt PAST YEARS, 13 I'Eit Ccsr. DEPOSITS of tjO and m-wardi will bo received, f n ni ud after this date until further oa the following t per Cent, tor One Year flitd. __ VrORTH "BERWICK. Full iiifounation re- j_l carding Houses still to Let. September also, few reiiioinder tit August. U. Eaiton, ARunt _ _ ___ i j 'VTORiH BERWICK. Houses _Ll tecured. terms, September; it ill or two. ailader ot Aiigukt early application. J. K. Stewart, CWKAT HALE OF IRISH CAMI E'U HAXDKKRCtHKKS. A Special L Sutjtf DKFAnrME.it AT PJIINCKM STRUT. (a Bottle, lijnbropatiucs, rpKINITY. SKA WATER BATHS. A CHAIN I'IKJiOI'KN In.in G A.M. till 10 r.M, fof and VISITORS. itid TU A INS from PRINCES STRKRT every fititcn 205 d 4X EDIXnURC II-CKAIiiLOCKHART llYIiUuPATHIC. r'ine Mtuatiuii Bru the City. Cumfarb. from i'J. Us. fid. Liberal re- duction after 14 tUji' leaidencc. tbe 1 Sjorses, e Manager. Id aaj jtice OD eiihfr tiile, caul ct.tic of (aid fixed u: fgr Two or A GENTLEMAN'3 SON may acquire a thorough prac- tical knowledge of the Tea business in Liverpool Broker's Office. Premium required, hut In lieu a (rood position assured at cipiratlon of term, to be tare dt John Ksq., BC- coiintant, Lord Street. Liverpool. PICTURE Cicerl ,t Co.. 57 Frederick Street. One Year's i given Thiee Veari DEI'USITUES by the Asseis of Rank an-1 liability of shareholders for doable tlieii sul-scribtd ciplUl. If arc by Letters c( Credit may be deducted. HAMILTON. KINNEAE, BBATaON, W.S. 35 yuei.N STUEIT. KooBUi'.i.iJ. mwf ISSUE OF FIVE PEUCENT. rp U E N E W K A L A X 1> S HI P I1 i N SD UEIT.UJERATORS. s and niovt ippnived kind-, at lowest prices. tent on AVID FOl'Lls. IHONMONU ACCOUNT ROOKS, Letter., Ledsers Pwphleb. eTery description of Waste Adccclc Co., Catherine Street Court. d x CCOL'NT Ledgers, trery descrinttun of Written ar.d the Premises. Waste Paper fid Candlemaker fdx _______ __ __ _____________ ANTIQUE and Modem Plate, Pearls, j Jcwellerj. Coins, Minis- tares, Henderson, 23 South Brfdga, _ Idx Mr Whittet giro Highest I'rico for Ladies' aod Gentlemen'] Left-off Clothing. Letters attended 12 Victoria Street, Edinburgh. Established 18SC. ___ __ Mr or Mrs Campbell fiivts best fasli for Ladict' snd Gentlemen's left-oif Clolhinff, Furniture. arpots, Iteddissr, Ac. parcels punctually till x 4 t't'AKEL Kivcs il'iKheit Price (or Ladies', and Children's Luft-of! Wanlrnbes. Lttteri and punctuilly a tended to. Address 15 SI Leonard's BUeet, Edinburgh. GOL1J, Silver, Lace, ic., boiJRht at London lieflner's Prices. U. Laius, Licensed Gold and Silver Ktfin.r, 30 Ntcolson Street. (d x LEfT-OFF "lo'Porclmse, U any aun.unt, in Towuor Mr or Mrs Louis, 2 .lancSireet, I.tilli. givrs tei.t. uiuro tither buyers. Ladiei on. or full Vilue sent OD receipt of Cooils. A tarjie demand for abuvc at preient, Ilil.t farnuMble opportunity for disposing of the sime. Uoodi Addresi 51 Klrkgat-, i Leith. x OLD (JLOTHES. Kags. Hooks, and Newspapcri aeiit for t'j sny Mlghe.st 1'ticts giTen Tollcross China Warehouse. 3 Tollcross. fd x Specific -JlvttcLcs foe Sale. 5000 LAMBS. KB L S O AUCTION MART, TUESDAY FIRST, 12Trt AIV.LST. CROSS SHROPS. Superior of IIALF-JMIKI.) EWE LAMBS, lit Croii from Cheviot Ewci Inclnde-l at 11 A.M. Every Railway conremence KAY, Kelao. Ctb August 1SS4. [-22124 COD LIVKli lato Ur J. UcaftM DKNKSIT. Profeuur ol tl-.a of Im the University in referring to O. DICKON MOFFAI'S i'leptiAtlon at lod Oii, j much p'.euuto In tecontrecaillnr I M on. of THK BEiT j AND MOST i'OD LIVKIIOILS WHICH HAB F.VElt HKKN MAhK.' THIS OIL may IN i had Inanj fi.un MB (Jjnce (a (follow- Iu Bottle, G. DICKSON MOtTAT. FISH M Srees airt JiucniBhings. E I G II T Y F O U R. H H ATS. SEE GOLDIE'S NEW SHAPES iND SHADES. Al Clipper Tennis Poles (beat no Guj Ropes cnly be had from the Graf Co., 27 Frederick Street. fd x Ilurnett." 24 Grove Slrert. .Manufacturer of Venetian, Wire Gauze, and Hcllaiid Window Ulinilj. jj SALT, 2s. flop Bitt rs, 3s. 9d. Fellowe's A Syrup. 3s. Cd. Maltine, 2j. 23 Weit LauristoD Place, [m f i quantity of Grey Granite and Whilo and 1? Yellow Marble, mitablo for Rockeriei, Applj to RobU StercnBon, 4S C.mstitu-.lon Street, Leith. HOtiLJ BK'JTilEKS' Real Scotch and Summer Tweeds ready, in Coatings, Suitlnga, HIM! Trousering. Partel Paid. Patterns tree. Any L'AWN Repaired, Sharp- eac-i, put in thorough working nrrter. Counny OrdeM pcuctially altecifed to. Ritchie. Wareroom Place; 33 Caadlenaktr Row. H j lli'r SOUTH ST ANDREW STREET, I DEAVER. ALSO, 27 GEORGE BRIDGE. WRIGHT'S COAL TAR SOAP FOR INFECTIOUS DISEASES WRIGHT'S COAL TAK SOAP FOR WRIGHT'S COAL TAK SOAl' FOIt DXL1CATE WRIGHT'S COAL TAR SOAP FOK i RLOTCHili WRIGHT'S COAL TAE SOAP r'OR TUK WRIGHTS COAL TAU SOAP FOR TOILET, li ATM-BOOM, k SolJ everywhere. Dd. It.; K-rxta. H. fld. A 3a, fdz WIDOW TILLS FUR FKMALK MKS SMITHERti. GrandiUughtar to. the Widow Witch, continue tu pirptn tbU ceUbiated from Uie ooly orifinal acd Family I Us jmt celebrity for all C. bu I for it a raoit riteniiva auiJ demand. Pur- chaten ihould therefore attend to tbe CAUTION be (Uttftil that what tbeypuichase urapand hy Mrs Smitten, who U the la powMrion ot OBIOIKAL lUoirr. The tre ID Blui 1'aftr, and Migned on ihe r-Hf.nfe by Mrt 3mtthan. and the of the EDWARDS It Box, 167 Queen Vltlotu turrncrlf of 67 St London, Are ecciArcd tho Unvern. me ut Stamp, bold ia a; 9J. each by mill t. [207 NERVOUS AND PHYSICAL GRATIS by u- all of World. of Two Kl. T ceipt of Two U> HE BOOK OF SPECIAL KKMEDIES. EDINBURGH GENERAL MOURNING WABSUOCSE. ----MOURNING MtMiu A. MATUE-ON A CO., SILK ASD Cr.Arr JIERCUWTU jne are piepared, oa Bboiteit to lend to any of the Country .in Experienced wiitt N ewe it Models la MantUi. and Millinery, and to adviie u to Of MouiDinf. 39 GEORGE STREET, EDINBUROB. SOME CURES OF DISEASES O? TUJi URINARY GrtTel, and Dlwlnrpei. Alio ol btlltr. of thi In which niedfoeaeb eais. The SPECIAL UiiUICINES that were nwd by Dr Smith fur ornr TlltKTY YKAHS are now Patented. FULL INSTRUCTIONS ait with each to enable tU Invalid to xlect and CORE H1MSKLF, without medical aan. from the U. SMITH it CO.. 24 Southampton Kuw, London, W.U ____________________________ _ ft 241 ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S "ft Tf'pILLa ia warranUd to all atlmwu Urlnatr Pales IB BMk Sold In U. it by CheutUU and to addiiu tot 40 by TUB AMD
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