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At the Clyde shipyards in connection with the engineering dispute, the staffs have been further diminished, and the shipbuilders are dismissing men in large batches. The Co-operative Wholesale Society, it is announced, have decided to make a grant of X3,000 to the funds of the engineers. From Birmingham it is reported that large orders for machinery and fittings have been placed with German firms. The 600th anniversary of the Battle of Stirling was commemorated on Monday at Stirling. Speaking at a banquet in the evening, Lord Rosebery said that but for Wallace Scot- land might now have been a neglected district, and the centuries of which they were so proud might have passed heedlessly over a dark and unknown province. Wallaee was in truth the champion who stood forth and made, or re- made, the Scots as a nation. A serious motor-car accident occurred in the Singleton district, near Blackpool, on Sunday. A number of visitors were being taken by the Blackpool Motor-car Company for a run in the country, when, on turning a corner on the down gradient, the car overturned, throwing all the occupants into the road. The driver had to be taken away in a cab, and some of the passengers complaining of injuries were similarly attended to. The lamp, brake, and eide of the car were smashed, and one tyre was clean cut in two. ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT.—The Northwich magistrrites have granted a warrant for the arrest of Robert Yeomans, on a charge of embezzling 970 belonging to the Leeds and Leicester Boot Company. For several years Yeomans had been the manager of the com- pany's Northwich branch. It is alleged that he left the shop with some money which he should have banked. The safe was subsequently forced open, and found to be empty. The total defalcations cannot be ascertained until stock- taking is completed. It is believed that Yeomans has got out of the country.

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