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STATION ACCOMMODATION AT BO'NESS

STATION ACCOMMODATION AT BO'NESS

The North British Railway Company are extending their passenger station at Bo'ness, so to make accommodation for the Caledonian Railway Company, to begin to exercise their running powers to Bo'ness in February next. The Caledonian Company will run passenger trains, and a booking
27 December 1898 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
DETECTED BY A BAD PENNY.

DETECTED BY A BAD PENNY.

Linlithgow Sheriff Court to-day, William Wallace, joiner, was charged with stealing 13s. from the till of a public-hoose Broxburn the inst. He pleaded guilty. appeared that the accused had concealed himself one of the rooms, and after the place was shut up proceeded the till and
27 December 1898 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A "SHIPWRECKED SEAMAN" FRAUD.

A "SHIPWRECKED SEAMAN" FRAUD.

At a Sheriff and Jury Court in Aberdeen today, a man, named George Gordon, was sentenced by Sheriff Burnet to one month's imprisonment for a systematic scries of frauds between August and December. He represented to no fewer than people in the county of Aberdeen that he was a sh
27 December 1898 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
FRENCH DIPLOMATIC APPOINTMENTS.

FRENCH DIPLOMATIC APPOINTMENTS.

Paris, Tuesday.—lt is officially announced today that M. Constans is appointed Ambassador to Constantinople, and M. Jussrand appointed French Minister at Copenhagen.—Central News.
27 December 1898 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
KEMPTON PARK MEETING.

KEMPTON PARK MEETING.

TO-DAY'S SPORTING HEWS THE STEEPLECHASE HANDICAP 100 Three miles and a half. A. Tales' Orange Pip, 5 yrs, 51b (51b ex.) A. H. Lambel, 6 yrs, lOst H. Brown 2 Col. GonglTs aged, list H. Woodland 3 -7 to Orange Pfp, 3 6 Lambel. Hie winner made all the running, and won ton lengths;
27 December 1898 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Longe of Hulfrood Holler holykood house. \<>. 44.-Tt»-office. nearere for the year who will installed iv. tre as follow;: E.W.M.,

Longe of Hulfrood Holler holykood house. \<>. 44.-Tt»-office. nearere for the year who will installed iv. tre as follow;: E.W.M.,

J. A. Forrest. i.J Yomoira; D.H., J. Graham SM T 8.W., A. M. Henderson; J.W., Dr'A. Walker; Secretary fi. o. Stow Chap- laSss. Eev. A. Fleming end Key. w. fill A. De-ie, J.U., Colonel V.C.; M.&., C D. tL. D. Thomson; D. -C. E. Is: Steward. A. Steward. Sir Biirt.: V
27 December 1898 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
WOMEN'S RIGHTS: PAST

WOMEN'S RIGHTS: PAST

AND PRESENT. (BY LADY M.A.) The friends of women's suffrage have every reason regret the deplorable scene which was enacted in the House of Commons, but it would be obviously unfair allow the action of a few fanatics to prejudioe cause which has been, on the whole, urged with "s
17 May 1906 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A SCHOOL OF YOUNG ROBBERS

A SCHOOL OF YOUNG ROBBERS

BOYS WITH BLACK MASKS AND REVOLVERS. Amazing disclosures were made Preston Sessions yesterday, when John Ashton, aged years, weaver; George Lawrence Toinlinson, aged 19 years, weaver; James Leach, aged 18, brick-setter; and Albert Whalley, aged 19, joiner, pleaded guilty to char
17 May 1906 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TO-DAY'S MARKERS.

TO-DAY'S MARKERS.

GLASGOW PIG-IRON. —Second Report.— Market easier; 15,000 tons changed hands. Cleveland done 60s 6d 50s 50s 7d cash; 51s, 50s 9id, 60s Hid, 50s lid one month; buyers, 50s cash; 60s lid ore month; sellers, 50s cash; 50a one month. Hematite done at 65e 6d, sellers, 104 d one month.
17 May 1906 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
REUTERS TELEGRAMS.

REUTERS TELEGRAMS.

THE RUSSIAN PARLIAMENT. MORE OUTSPOKEN* DEPUTIES. A Realtor's telegram, dated St Petersburg, Wednesday, says: When the sitting of the Duma was resumed this evening, the address reply the Speech from the Throne was put to the vote. The first reading was unanimously adopted its en
17 May 1906 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland