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ABERDEEN POLICE COURT.

ABERDEEN POLICE COURT.

TO-DaY. (Before Eaillie Mac DONALD.) A Noisy Blacksmith. —James M'Connachie, blackswith, residing in Flourmill Lane, was charged with having, on the 18th inst., within dwelling-house in Burnett's Close, conducted himself in a lawless and disorderly manner, and used profane and a
19 February 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE PLAGUE.

THE PLAGUE.

[From This Morning's " Times."] Berlin, Tuesday. A special commission is forming at St Petersburg, under General Helfreich. to watch over the sanitary condition of the troops at this dangerous juncture.
19 February 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PARLIAMENT.

PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS. Ik the House of Lords on Thursday Lord Bury stated that a telegram had been received from Lord Chelmsford indicating that the garrisons of Natal and the Transvaal might require to be reinforced by three battalions, and asking for further supplies. The Government,
09 May 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE AFGHAN WAR.

THE AFGHAN WAR.

FIGHT IN THE PISHEEN VALLEY. SURRENDER OF FIVE CHIEFS. Lahore, Monday. On the 27th inst, a small force, under Major Humphrey, was attacked at Shorawak, the Pisheen Valley, by nearly 2000 Baretchi Afghans. The enemy was defeated, with a loss of 60 killed, including two Malliks. T
01 April 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE STRIKE IN SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE HORSE-NAIL TRADE.

THE STRIKE IN SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE HORSE-NAIL TRADE.

The operatives now on strike in the horse and Brazil nail trades against a reduction in wages held mass meetings yesterday, and each it was resolved " play " until the employers consented not to reduce wages. It was stated that some employers had through the foggers, to give inc
01 April 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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HATCHAM RITUALISM.

HATCHAM RITUALISM.

EXTRAORDINARY CONDUCT OF A CHURCHWARDEN. SUNDAY SCHOOL BROKEN INTO. There were no services at St James Church, Hatcham, yesterday, and the reasons will be found fully detailed in the following letter of the Vicar to the Bishop • " 123 Gtrdens, W. " 26th January, 1879. "My Lord B
27 January 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE NOVI-BAZAR QUESTION.

THE NOVI-BAZAR QUESTION.

Vienna, Sunday. The second meeting between the negotiators on either side upon the Novi-Bazar question will be held to-morrow. It is expected that second Commissioner will be appointed to assist Caratheodory Pacha in the negotiations. __
27 January 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NIHILISM IN RUSSIA.

NIHILISM IN RUSSIA.

THE EE VOLT AT ROZTOFF. [Fbom This Mobhing's "Daily News."] Berlin, Monday. Special advices from, St Petersburg respecting the serious revolt of the Don Cossacks at Roztoff state that two infantry regiments were sent from Novo Cherkask against them. The first battalion which was
22 April 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CHEAP COTTONS. ROBERT HENDERSON HAS BEEN SUCCESSFUL IN SECURING OTHER 12 Pieces Bleached American Twillel COTTON (36 inches wide and

CHEAP COTTONS. ROBERT HENDERSON HAS BEEN SUCCESSFUL IN SECURING OTHER 12 Pieces Bleached American Twillel COTTON (36 inches wide and

free from dressing), which will be Sold at the same low price as before, 4W per Yard. Those who were disappointed last week in not getting the quantity required may how be supplied. few Pieces Horrock's "White COTTON, per Unbleached Twilled COTTON, 3£d per yard, pure and free fr
20 March 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
REDUCTION OF SEAMEN'S WAGES AT ABERDEEN.

REDUCTION OF SEAMEN'S WAGES AT ABERDEEN.

We understand that the crewß of the barques Energie and Clyde, which are about to sail for Canada for timber, have been engaged at a reduction of about fifteen shillings per month on last year's wages. In the beginning of the week the offer of the owners to pay £3 5s was refused
03 April 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland