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AN ABERDEEN FISHING BOAT MYSTERY. RUN ASHORE BERVIE. fishing boat und«r peculiar circumstances was observed the other morning running for

AN ABERDEEN FISHING BOAT MYSTERY. RUN ASHORE BERVIE. fishing boat und«r peculiar circumstances was observed the other morning running for

Bervie Bay. There was only one man aboard, and he ran the boat right on the beach. The boat’s name is Star Bethlehem (625 A.), of Aberdeen. being questioned by Sergeant Nicdlaon the man gave very disjointed story, much of which could hardly be credited. He said was blown out sea
12 November 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BITY CELTIC :

BITY CELTIC :

meeting for the srsity Celtic Society 1, Marischal College, retiring president, sduced D. M. h College, who has ;he ensuing session, address, took his Highlands in the » motion J. te of tnanks was n tares ting address. PY EXTENSION, WITH OTHER 4GS. of Sites and Plana .versity Co
12 November 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CITY TREASURER.

CITY TREASURER.

Lord Provost said the next office fihed was a very important one; it was that city treasurer. had very gre ait pleasure proposing for this office Wilkie, who had done splendid as convener of the Tram'vaJr and he had no doubt whatever that if was their pleasure to elect Wilkie as
12 November 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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12 November 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CLOVER AS A FERTILISER

CLOVER AS A FERTILISER

CLOVER A FERTILISER Considerable efforts are being made the Canadian Department of Agriculture to prevent that exhaustion of the soil which the bane of so many new copntries, and is well illustrated some of the wneat lands of the United States. The soils of a country are natural
12 November 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE UGANDA RAILWAY REPORT.

THE UGANDA RAILWAY REPORT.

The official report the Victoria (Uganda) Railway Committee the pro-green of the works during the past year in issued Parliamentary from which it appears that trains began to run right through from Morahassa on the coast lo the Victoria Nyanza (582 miles) in December last year.
12 November 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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It is very gratifying to note the financial prosperity that ie attending the work the I X'nited Operative Maeo-ns and Gran-;tecuttwrs’ Union. The recent b? lance-sheets showed that ! the last quarter -was the best one that, bad been experienced for a time. The ordinary mj come t
12 November 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ROWANS Scotch Homespuns and Tweeds. Manufactured the hanks of the Tweed from the fintat Scotch border woofs, poetess a unique

ROWANS Scotch Homespuns and Tweeds. Manufactured the hanks of the Tweed from the fintat Scotch border woofs, poetess a unique

•hilitj every class of garment, for either kcx, both young and old beauty, darabiHty and crmieeuy they stand without rival in the Tweed market, and their health and twined fi>r them the position among the Tweedh of the world. A:arj rat.ge «/ jo9t fret on apptfeatkn. lor Jokin' m
12 November 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HARPER CO.,

HARPER CO.,

HADDEN STREET, ABAEDEKN. _ folding NEW ” BON-ACCORD FORCE FEED DRILL SOWING MACHINE. MANURE DISTRIBUTORS. LAND HOLLBR-S. with Wood Steel Frames LAND ROLLER CASTINGS, STEEL ANGLES and AXLES. SPRING TINE CULTIVATORS. NEW LIGHT SHORT BOARD PLOUGH With Moveable Point. DRILL PLOUGHS.
13 May 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MITCHELLS

MITCHELLS

HIGH-CLASS REGISTRY, UNION TERRACE, ABERDEEN. TERM ENGAGEMENTS. BOOKS OPEN SITUATIONS WANTED. YOUNG MAN (20), Respectable. Wishes SITUATION by 30th May, Shop or Warehouse, etc. ; willing make himself generally useful. 551 Express Office THE EXPRESS Servants’ Registry WOMEN’S EMP
27 May 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland