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THE RAILWAY BILL

THE RAILWAY BILL

(From the Atlas.) Among the important practical measures of the Session, which we are happy the Government not intend to postpone, Gladstone’s Railway Bill occupies a prominent place. The broad principle which is raised by the Reports of the Committee, and by the Bill founded on
July 17, 1844 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PRICES OF PROVISIONS.

PRICES OF PROVISIONS.

For all kinds of Irish butter, the demand has again ruled extremely heavy, at a further decline from 2s per cwt. Cork and Limerick, landed, has sold at 72s 74s : and Waterford, 73s to 74s pet cwt. In foreign butter next to nothing doing, and the rales must be considered quite Is
July 17, 1844 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
2. INVERURY AND GARDENSMILL TURNPIKE

2. INVERURY AND GARDENSMILL TURNPIKE

An ACCUMULATED SUBSCRIPTION to this Road of £lO4 145., or thereby, as at 31st May, 1843, which Interest per cent, has also been paid for some years past. 3. ALFORD TURNPIKE. An ACCUMULATED SUBSCRIPTION to this Road, amounting, as at 31st May, 1942, to £6rt<s, or thereby. Applica
July 24, 1844 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
(From the Glasgow Herald.)

(From the Glasgow Herald.)

It is said that public competition has hitherto accomplished all that could be desired for the public interest, and that the measure now proposed will in the end establish a monopoly of railway traffic in the hands of Government. But. all this seems to be misapprehension. Before
July 24, 1844 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HERRING TRADE.

HERRING TRADE.

Aberdeen.—The fishing at this port, on the whole, has not been so successful as could be desired, although a few of the boats have occasionally got to 6 crans—some little more. Banff, 29th July.—The fishing at this place and neighbourhood, dur. ing the past week, was moderate, a
July 31, 1844 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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YOUNG ENGLAND,

YOUNG ENGLAND,

(From the Morning Herald ) The House Commons, in the middle last century, was said consist of three parties, the Whigs, the Tories, and Lord George Gordon.’’ A similar division would almost hold good at present; the place of Lord George Gordon, in point of statesmanship, prudenc
July 31, 1844 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Deaths.

Deaths.

At Alhyn Place, Edinburgh, on the 23d ult, her nineteenth ymr, Anne! daughter of William Mure, Esq. of Caldwell, one of the Barons ofthe Exchequer. At Malta, John F. Tail, Esq. one of the Government Surveyors of Ceylon. At No. 36. India Street, Edinburgh, on the 21st ult. Andrew
July 3, 1844 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE ABEUt>EEN WHITE-FISHING COMPANY

THE ABEUt>EEN WHITE-FISHING COMPANY

THE WHITE-FISHING COMPANY APPLICATIONS having now been received for a very considerable number of Sharps of the ABERDEEN WHITE-FISHING COMPANY, is proposed to bold a GENERAL MEETING of the SHAREHOLDERS, on MONDAY the 15th July, at Two o’clock, p m., Within tho Roval Hotbi., to no
July 10, 1844 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Quarries to be Let

Quarries to be Let

To I.et, with immediate Entry, and for such period as may be agreed on. THE QUARRIES, within a few miles of Aberdeen formerly tenanted by Messrs Jolliffe, flanks, Co., of London, Contractors for the London Waterloo Bridge. Apply to Messrs Rt/uif ik & Smith, Advocates, Aberdeen.
July 10, 1844 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
London and Provincial Grain Markets.

London and Provincial Grain Markets.

OLD CORN EXCHANGE, London, Monday, Ist .July, 1844. have only moderate supply of English Wheat this morning’s market, but larger than on this day week; the trade was very dull, and sales proceeded slowly j clearance, however, was ultimately effected at about Is. per qr. decline
July 10, 1844 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland