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  3. Rev. L. McKinnon Campbell's Golden Jubilee.

    On October 15 the Rev Lachlan McKinnon Campbell celebrated the Golden Jubilee of his ministry and on Wednesday last his friends gathered ...

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  6. The Grand Duke Boris.

    The latest English mail contains fuller particulars than did the cabled accounts of the refusal of the wife of President Roosevelt to meet the ...

    Article : 404 words
  7. EVENING MEETING.

    A meeting was held in the church in the evening when Dr. Scott, the Moederator took the chair, The chairman in a few well chosen remarks explained the ...

    Article : 1,400 words
  8. Buried 120 Hours.

    Detail's just to hand concerning the flooding of the Union coal pit at Gloucester on September 4 show 69 men were at work in the pit when water from an old. ...

    Article : 419 words
  9. 27,000 Sheep Become Food tor Fishes.

    Twenty-seven thousand sheep were thrown overboard just lately from the ship Ni[?] in the North Sea. Only the 27,000 were of ...

    Article : 157 words
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