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ABERDEEN CITY PARISH COUNCIL

ABERDEEN CITY PARISH COUNCIL

At a meeting of the Poorhouee Committee of Aberdeen City Parish Council on Monday—Mr James Pope, convener, presiding—a committee, consisting of Mr Geo Murray, chairman of the board; Mr Robert Slessor, and Mr Robertson, wae appointed to inquire and report as the appointment of or
02 October 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
to April, 1832, when he was confirmed in his office, which he held until his retirement in ■March, 1838. He

to April, 1832, when he was confirmed in his office, which he held until his retirement in ■March, 1838. He

then became Secretary in the Revenue and Statistics Department of the India Office ,an appointment which he held until March last. Born in 1837, the son of Mr J. F. Bernard, M D.. of Clifton, Bristol, he was created C.S.i. 1875, and K C.S.I. in 1886. 1862 he married Susan Capel,
02 October 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
-R WIM. BIRSiS ABOYNE.

-R WIM. BIRSiS ABOYNE.

Particulars are now to hand of the circumstances attending the death of William Birss. civil agent S.A.S. and Cold Storage Company in South Africa, youngest son of Mr Birss, Boddomend, Aboyne. The deceased was passenger on board the ill-fated train which was wrecked by the Boers
02 October 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ACCIDENT TO A STEAMER

ACCIDENT TO A STEAMER

ACCIDENT A STEAMER A Lloyd’s telegram from Port Elian states that the steamer Macduff, from Montrose to Lagavanl in, with barley. struck rook while entering the bay The captain beached the vreee! alongside the vrharf Only a. few tone of the cargo were slightly damaged salt water.
02 October 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Stonehaven Potatoes, Thursday.—New, per ton, £3. Stonehaven Provisions, Thursday.— Butter, per lb., Is, eggs, per doaen. Is. ABERDEBN PROVISION MARKET, Friday Quotations ap. s. i>. !■. »■ »• Reef, per lb, .. 6to i Potatoes, st. .. hto 0 Mutton, « 1 Butter, per lb. 1 Ito 1 Steak
02 October 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN

ABERDEEN

The recruiting for the navy at Aberdeen during the past month has been very brisk, and number of enlistments is almost record for Aberdeen. Sergeant Moffit has secured four men for the Royal Marines, and 12 for navy ratings. TRAWLER’S BODY FOUND IN HARBOUR Friday the body of ma
06 November 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ARBROATH GAS MANAGER ASKED TO RESIGN.

ARBROATH GAS MANAGER ASKED TO RESIGN.

ARBROATH GAS MANAGER ASKED RESIGN. meeting Arbroath Corporation on Friday night, a motion wae passed to tbe effect that Carlow, gas manager, be asked to resign as at 31st December, and failing bis dotngso, that his services be dispensed with that date. A minority of five supporte
06 November 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE CONSUMEB. Cocoa THE EITiSSI POSSIBLE VALUE IN COCOS

THE CONSUMEB. Cocoa THE EITiSSI POSSIBLE VALUE IN COCOS

THE CONSUMEB. Cocoa THE POSSIBLE VALUE IN COCOS There are no special agents for this cocoa. THE HOSS-SHIRE TEACHER’S CASE. ALLEGEJ PERSONAri ANTIPATHY. It can obtained from every grocth merit saves me from what migtrt rffrii egotism on my part had I published only will I say. and
06 November 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DON’T BUY

DON’T BUY

Th« Market pao© with the times. five centuries, am one the oldest marte! chief charters were ■, early in the oente j« . raarket was one of then Jesuit. Since the fcn,* marts, it k-( _ improved in important eattle market; but for t fia« been the wane, and pfiications are becoming
06 November 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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06 November 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland