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May 4, 1891 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

I Sunday evening. The Hyde Park demonstration this afternoon was a very big affair, but not one, after all, which attracted very much attention. There was a great crowd of those interested ; but so far as the outside public was concerned, they stopped away. They have had about e
May 4, 1891 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ROYAL NAVAL EXHIBITION.

ROYAL NAVAL EXHIBITION.

.j I ?? OPEIlNG IRY THE PRINCE OF WALES. Under somewhat unpropitious circumstances the Prince of Walsa on Saturday opened the great Naval Exhibition at Chelsea, which promises to be one of the chief ' attractions of the coming London season. A favoured few, comparatively speakin
May 4, 1891 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PARIS, A SEAPORT.

PARIS, A SEAPORT.

The Committee of Inquiry for the deepening of the Seine, to enable seagoing vessels to reach Paris, has sent in a favourable report to the. Government. The project on which the inquiry was based consists in the deepening of the channel of the Seine, from Rouen to Paris, to six m
May 4, 1891 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DISPERSION OF WELLHOUSE POLLED HERD.

DISPERSION OF WELLHOUSE POLLED HERD.

DISPERSION "I WELLEOUSE POLLED , ?? E R D. , I It is always matter of regret when an old- established herd is from any cause brought to the hammer, and the many friends of Mr Anderson, Wellhouse, will be sorry to learn that he has re- solved to part with the herd of blackskins th
May 4, 1891 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN DISTRICT LUNACY BOARD.

ABERDEEN DISTRICT LUNACY BOARD.

J A1MRMFEN TDISIOPJ .LUNAOY a30A2D. THE DUPUMATION TO GERMANY. The Silaes and Buildings Committee of Aber- deen District Lunacy Board met last evening in the Parish Council Office-Mlr R. Slessor, con- j vener, presiding. The business before the corn- mittee was consideration of t
December 1, 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ENTHU3LVSTIC SEND-OFF.

ENTHU3LVSTIC SEND-OFF.

At general parade of the battalion held on. the sth May, Colonel Murray bade farewell to »U ranks prior to his departure for home to take «P hig new appointment in Inverness. In an interesting speech, he alluded to the long service had had with the Seaforth Highlanders, and cow
May 24, 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PRESENTATION CITY POLICE' CONSTABLE, A pleasing function took place at Aberdeen ty Police Office on Monday, when Constalale exander Gogh

PRESENTATION CITY POLICE' CONSTABLE, A pleasing function took place at Aberdeen ty Police Office on Monday, when Constalale exander Gogh

ill was the recipient of beautiful u-ble clock, a handsome pipe, and well-filled obacco pouch, on the occasion of his retirement ’•om the force after years’ service. Chief instable occupied the chair, and he was ccotupanied on the platform by Deputy Chief table Anderson, Superin
May 24, 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WOODSIDE.

WOODSIDE.

It was expected that ere this a start would’ have been made with the tramway improvements on the section. The cause of the delay, I understand, is the non-arrival of the rails. The triangular piece of ground front of Don Street Station, which has hitherto been receptacle for all
May 24, 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
N.8.-ASK FOR DINNEPORD’S M ACNE SPA.

N.8.-ASK FOR DINNEPORD’S M ACNE SPA.

THE SOUDAN. THE CRUSHING OF THE KHALIFA. Cairo, Wednesday. Active preparations arc already being made for the advance into Darfur and Kordofan in September to finally crush the Khalifa, who credited with a zareba of enormous extent in the neighbourhood of Sherkeleh, where be hop
May 24, 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland