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COMMERCIAL NEWS.

COMMERCIAL NEWS.

!- L ~- -e THE MO,1NEY MARIKET. (BY "JOUIRNAL" SPECIAL WIRE.) STOCK 55XC.ANGE F.TrtvlP1NTSm Mlaking-up days ?? June 26 .Tulv 1G Ti ket a ?? June 27 July 31I Settling days ?? June 28 Juiv 12 CONeSOLS SEtTLMFNT, July 4. BSmN RATE ?? . pt London, Monday nigh,. Money Tvas in good de
26 June 1900 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TRINITY CEMETERY CASE.

TRINITY CEMETERY CASE.

TRLNITY CDM3TURY CASE. OPENING OF A fh . uE AIn berdeen Sheriff Court vestcrdav. Robercson heard proof ln arn 3cL.ti ar rhe nir- ;nmnce of WitlLian M'Maone. ularmne e:ogoeei. 79 Conatitut on Street. AU.rue a, agair, Thomas Skea, upholsterer. 32 Fouinian Road, Aberdeen. as umaster
26 June 1900 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BRECHIN.

BRECHIN.

BRECHIN 'Ie collection which was taken dhring the pro- cession in aid of the War Relief Fund on Wednes- dxv 'iht was counted ywterday, and amonnts to ^i 69 d. 231 ~DUihIlS. Parish Council-A meeting of Drris Parish Council was beld in Sirkton Hall on Thursday ?? Braid presiding. T
26 May 1900 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AN OLD BUCKIE CREW.

AN OLD BUCKIE CREW.

There is present fishing in one 6f the old scuff boats—Margaret B.F. 869 —working out of tb© Cluny Harbour, Buckie, what is probably record crew of fishermen, in point of age. They have skipper Mr John Cowie(’ , Carrot”),and of the eight men only one is below 70. They are a fine
11 June 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
, A LESLIE FARMER

, A LESLIE FARMER

Friday the grave closed over well-known Leslie farmer, William Thomson, Newbigging. Mr Thomson was-born at Newbigging 73 year* ago, and during his father's lifetime tenanted the farm of New Leslie, afterwards removing to Old Leslie farm. The farm of Ncwbiggmg, which has been the
11 June 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TRAWLING DISPUTE.

TRAWLING DISPUTE.

IMPORTANT DECISION In Aberd«en Sheriff Court, Sheriff Roberteon has juet issued his decision an action at the instanoe of Walter Bromby, trawlmaster. 196 Victoria Road, Torry, against J. T. T. Wilson trawkiwner and trawl manager. 164 Bon-Acoord Street, Aberdeen. In this action p
11 June 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A PETERHEAD MAN KILLED AT ST

A PETERHEAD MAN KILLED AT ST

PIERRE Information was received in Peterhead on Sal uivfay, confirm the death of Mr William Gray, eldest son Mr James Gray, grocer, Longate, who was supposed have perie-hed during th* terrible voksank? eruption Pierre a month ago. T toceased was eu-ward on board the Rorairoa, be
11 June 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
L' – ■ • – ' • DUNIDJiE'S RIVAiL FISH MARKETS. DEPUTATION TO TOWN COUNCIL

L' – ■ • – ' • DUNIDJiE'S RIVAiL FISH MARKETS. DEPUTATION TO TOWN COUNCIL

■ • - ' • DUNIDJiE'S RIVAiL FISH MARKETS. DEPUTATION TO TOWN COUNCIL The Townhouse, Dundee, was Thursday invaded a depuration of female fish dealens, who came to Lay their grievances before the Lord Provoet. On reaching the Townhouse the deputationists were ushered into the town
11 June 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ORIENT-PACIFIC LINE. TO AUSTRALIA. NEW ZEAJLAND, TASMANIA, CALLING AT FOK I'HE WEST AUSTRALIAN GOLDFIELDS. FROM LONDON AND PLYMOUTH EVERY FORTNIGHT

ORIENT-PACIFIC LINE. TO AUSTRALIA. NEW ZEAJLAND, TASMANIA, CALLING AT FOK I'HE WEST AUSTRALIAN GOLDFIELDS. FROM LONDON AND PLYMOUTH EVERY FORTNIGHT

Manager* f F GREEN CO ANDERSON. ANDERSON, & CO. Head OffIcen— FENOHURCH AVENUE, Lcndon. For Pit-sage, apply co the latter Finn, Fenchu Avenue. E.C., or the West End Branch Office, 16 Cockspur Street, SW. Agent—W. TODD MOFFATT, and 7 Trinity Bit Wing*, Trinity Quay, Aberdeen.
11 June 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland