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23 August 1884 - Glasgow Weekly Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
MORE PLEASED THAN ANGRY.

MORE PLEASED THAN ANGRY.

A young wife's husband had fled with another woman, and the parents of the deserted one sought to break the news to her gently. " Are you prepared to hear some very newer Liked the mother, with tears in her eyes. "Has George tailed f Is the bank broken Am I a begr. , :ar f Tell
23 August 1884 - Glasgow Weekly Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
STOPPAGE OF -A HOME MILE PROCE.SSION.

STOPPAGE OF -A HOME MILE PROCE.SSION.

STOPPAGE OF - A HOME MILE PROCE.SSION. The annual procession of the Coatbridge Home Rulers was announced to take place on Saturday, hut it was rumoured that there a as likely to be some opposition to the demonstration. Canon O'Keefe counselled the members and adherents of his chu
23 August 1884 - Glasgow Weekly Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
STEAM YACHT ASHORE AT ETTRICH BAY, BUTE.

STEAM YACHT ASHORE AT ETTRICH BAY, BUTE.

The steam yacht Arid, 40 tons, belonging to Mr H. J. 11•Intyre, Glasgow ' ran ashore at Ettrick Bay, but., late on Monday night, and now lies filled with water. The gentlemen on board, six in number, and also the crew of three men, got safely ashore in a small boat. The Ariel le
23 August 1884 - Glasgow Weekly Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
FRANCE AND CHINA. PREPARATIONS FOR WAR.

FRANCE AND CHINA. PREPARATIONS FOR WAR.

The Times' second edition contains following telegram:—Pekin, Wednesday —The French claim for indemnity has been reduced to eight millions. Failing the Chinese assent to this the French Minister has been ordered to withdraw. The l'im.es publishes the following tele. gram :—lt is
23 August 1884 - Glasgow Weekly Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
SCIENCE NOTES. I NOTES FROM THE WEST HIGHLAND& CONTRIBUTED BY A SPECIAL couternoutT.

SCIENCE NOTES. I NOTES FROM THE WEST HIGHLAND& CONTRIBUTED BY A SPECIAL couternoutT.

SCIENCE NOTES. I NOTES FROM THE WEST HIGHLAND& CONTRIBUTED BY A SPECIAL THE BEATITETUL SNOW. From the pure and beautiful snow, just Floegel has obtained living infusoria and algae, bacilli, and tuicrococci. mites, diatoms, and great numbers of fungi spores, also fibers of wood, m
23 August 1884 - Glasgow Weekly Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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23 August 1884 - Glasgow Weekly Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
VWLE'S PENNYROYAL AND STEEL PILLS FOR qttieltly all Imago lariats and tbe depreedag eymptouni so pernabwil with the Boma Is

VWLE'S PENNYROYAL AND STEEL PILLS FOR qttieltly all Imago lariats and tbe depreedag eymptouni so pernabwil with the Boma Is

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23 August 1884 - Glasgow Weekly Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
ELW AR T

ELW AR T

OR, MR GORDON'S WILL. xm. &LARCH TOR MISS SAATIM. missed her on the road, sure enough," said the schoolmaster, am he made his way out sf Cairnieside, stumbling now and again over the uneven road, and running up against a garden tence or a house and every other minute. "What shal
16 August 1884 - Glasgow Weekly Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
16, 1884.

16, 1884.

regard, if you are the same aa yea to be, THE GREELEY EXPEDITION. If you will share my fortune, I-- There is somebody I Will I them I— -- —-" The schoolmaster. in trying to reep away, EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE OF had caught his foot in a twig, and alien head- CANNIBALISM. long. Seein
16 August 1884 - Glasgow Weekly Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland