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PETERHEAD

PETERHEAD

So small has the white line fishing bean this week that quotations can hardly be given. From 8 to 12 boats have been out every day, but the average is almost nil. Large haddocks have been selling from to 16s ; small. 8e to 12s ; codlings, 5s to per box; cod, 20s to 30s; ling. I&
28 June 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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The failure Stornoway, and the non-success thus far Shetland, are two factors that are likely to force on the early fishing here. It was wont to be the 25th when the fishing was in full swing here, and history is likely to repeat itself once more, despite the agitation that rage
28 June 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MACDUFF.

MACDUFF.

The early herring fishing improved in the latter half of the week, and Friday between 70 and 80 crans were landed. Some of the boats had over a dozen crans, which were taken 40 miles off shore. The quality was poor, but, notwithstanding, tiieie was ,<een demand, and prices range
28 June 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE ABEBDEEH WEEgCT JOOESaL,

THE ABEBDEEH WEEgCT JOOESaL,

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28 June 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PRIVATE GRAOT IMPROVES

PRIVATE GRAOT IMPROVES

So far the shooting had disclosed nothing extraordinary, no highest possible having been registered up half-past ten o’clock. Thirties and thirty-ones were the order of the day, and to half-past ten the best score was a by Private Grant, who had taken out another ticket for the
28 June 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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HIGHLAND RAILWAY CONNECTION

HIGHLAND RAILWAY CONNECTION

Mr William Murray, honorary secretary of the Scottish Federation of the United Kingdom Commercial Travellers’ Association, and Mr John Mackie, bon. secretary of the Aberdeen branch, have received the following letter from Mr T. H. Wilson, manager of the Highland Railway, dated 2
28 June 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE CHAIRMAN OF THE SCHOOL BOARD AND MR BOTHWELL.

THE CHAIRMAN OF THE SCHOOL BOARD AND MR BOTHWELL.

An interesting correspondence has passed between the chairman the School Board and William Botnwell. last meeting of the board Mr Both well made statement which Mr Webster declares, friendly way, is libellous. The statement complained of arose from a remark made the chairman the
28 June 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MONTROSE.

MONTROSE.

Exhibition Recitah—The pupils of Mr W. F. W. Jackson. Mus. Bach., Oxon. gave exhibition recital in the Parish Church Hall on Wednesday night. The audience was fairly large and appreciative, and the rendering of the programme showed that the pupils’ musical talents ware of a high
28 June 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ST FERGUS.

ST FERGUS.

FERGUS. Close of Dairying Classes.—Tire classes conducted Miss Wingrove in dairying, under the auspices of the Technical Education Committee of Aberdeen County Council, were brought to a close on Friday with a butier-making competition. For Hie past fortnight the classes have bee
28 June 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HUGH WATSON OF KEILLOR.

HUGH WATSON OF KEILLOR.

In the Live Stock Journal,” in an article on Mr Watson of Keillor, the writer says:—By the common consent of breeders of Aberdeen-Angus polled cattle, the historical place of first great improver” belongs to Mr Hugh Watson of Keillor, in Forfarshire. It was in honourable frankne
28 June 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland