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YOUR RAIN COAT

YOUR RAIN COAT

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09 January 1946 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
FU RS with the accent on elegance

FU RS with the accent on elegance

09 January 1946 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
pANSIES (Englemann's Giant ), 2/6 ; Violas 2/-; Canterbury Bells, 116; Wallflower, 1/6; Sweet Williams, 1/6; Pink Beauty, Auricula Eyed,

pANSIES (Englemann's Giant ), 2/6 ; Violas 2/-; Canterbury Bells, 116; Wallflower, 1/6; Sweet Williams, 1/6; Pink Beauty, Auricula Eyed,

and mixed, 1/6; Siberian Wallflower, 116; Forget-me-nots, 1/6; Polyanthus. 2/6; Hollyhock, 2/6; Columbine, 3/-; Lupins (Russel) 4/-. All per doz. Postage paid on 4/- orders; under, 6d extra. W. GRIEVE MARKET GARDENER ELLON, ABERDEENSHIRE
09 January 1946 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
Crew Paid, 111 fixed by Court of Session, £450.

Crew Paid, 111 fixed by Court of Session, £450.

Crew Paid, fixed by Court of Session, £450. For further particalars, apply to Messrs BURNES. & Solicitors, Montrose, Agents of the Cantor Bonie to Mrs Cant; or Messrs Hasir & Samos. S. S.C., Edinburgh, Agents of Mr James Cant. Montrose, 10th February, 1870. BURGH OF BURGH LANDS T
18 February 1870 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
THE ALABAMA CLAIMS. The London correspondent of the Courant has been favoured with a perusal of the correspondence on the

THE ALABAMA CLAIMS. The London correspondent of the Courant has been favoured with a perusal of the correspondence on the

Alabama claims which has passed with the Foreign Mos between June 10, 1869, and January 12 of the present year. The two most important papers of the present series—namely, Mr Fish's despatch to Mr Motley, of the 25th of September 1869, and the reply of Lord Clarendon, dated No.
18 February 1870 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
FORFAR.

FORFAR.

The Directors of the Forfar infirmary beg to acknowledge a load of turnips from Mr Dick, Lochlair. The Directors would thankfully receive contributions of wheat straw and oat chaff. DONATIOX.—Provost Whyte has ju.st received a note from Mr John C. Cramond, of London, enclosing a
18 February 1870 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
THE THIRTY-NINTH YEAR OF THE SOCIETY

THE THIRTY-NINTH YEAR OF THE SOCIETY

WILL CLOSE ON JIABCH, 1870. PROPOSALS LODGED AT THE HEAD-08 Olt ANY OF THE AGENCIES ON OR BEFORE THAT DATE WILL SECURE THE ADVANTAGE. OF THE CURRENT YEAR'S ENTRY. AND OF ONE YEAR'S ADDITIONAL BONUSOVERLATER THE W HOLE PROFITS Wong to the Members exclusively, who arc =peaty exemp
18 February 1870 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
ARBROATH.

ARBROATH.

Mr Norman M•tain has been admitted a law agelit by the Lirds of Council and Session. or PROPEIITT.—A duelling house of two, ) ?Us. 12 and 14 Ponderlaw, was exposed for sal,. the w Court House on Saturday at the UP price of £35, et which figure it was purchased by Mr A. D. Anders
02 September 1887 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
LECTURES.

LECTURES.

THE REV. 1110'3:ADAM. of will Lecture in CASTLE STREET U.P. CHURCH, TO-NIGHT. at Eight o'clock; subject—" The Flowers of the Field ; or. Botany in its bearings on Sr.briety." He will also (he, lth granted) Lecture in said place os SABBATH EVENING first ; subject —" The Men who f
20 February 1863 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
BREAD.

BREAD.

THE MONTROSE BAKING and TRADING SOCIETY beg to inform the public that they have commenced Making their BREAD with PARISIAN BARM. the adopted by the first-clam Bakers in London and Edinburgh, and will continue to use the best quality of Flour in the manufacture; and trust to rece
20 February 1863 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland