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HEtt MAJESTY S OIVIL SEHVI

HEtt MAJESTY S OIVIL SEHVI

HEtt MAJESTY SEHVI Studftp.U tci 4*, v Situation '.he Civil . ® efvl S* to read the Civil Service Coluujn in the Aberdeen Weekly J0urj.4.1." Main feature*- Kxaiuujatioiib announced, reposes and queations tet recruit examinations, tutoriftl corner, solutions to higher arithmetic,
April 26, 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ELGIN CHOIR ON STRIKE THE MINISTER’S STRICTURES. Elgin Parish Church Choir on Sunday evening came out on strike, and the

ELGIN CHOIR ON STRIKE THE MINISTER’S STRICTURES. Elgin Parish Church Choir on Sunday evening came out on strike, and the

organist, with the assistance of one young lady, had lead the praise. The ReV. W. Moffat, one of the ministers the congregation, and animadversions on the choir, is the cause of this unusual proceeding. The rev. gentleman, in the course of an article Ritualism in the Church of S
April 26, 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
IN THE ABBEY.

IN THE ABBEY.

Within a few minutes of the throwing back of the huge gates practically every inch of available space from which any portion of the ceremony could ba viewed was occupied, with the exception some 400 or 500 seats the nave, choir, and lantern, reserved for specially invited guests
April 26, 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
VERDICT AND SENTENCE

VERDICT AND SENTENCE

The trial of the directors of the West Australian Gold District Trading Syndicate and Corporation, Ltd., was concluded at 'the Old Bailey, London, on Thursday. The jury acquitted Sir Edward Lee and Bernard, but added a rider that the former had been guilty of great negligence. J
April 26, 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE POLICE ARRANGEMENTS,

THE POLICE ARRANGEMENTS,

Chief Constable Wyness, who wa- present during the greater part the afternoon personally directing his men, drove to the scene of the fire in cab along with Sergeant Flaws before the arrival of the brigade. Deputy Chief Constable Anderson followed with £0 men, but later in the a
April 26, 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Esq., TYRiE

Esq., TYRiE

Salesman, & Public 'Special to Aberdeen Weekly Journal.)
April 26, 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LARGE DECREASE IN MEASLES

LARGE DECREASE IN MEASLES

Inspector M'Combie accepted the gift on behalf of .Mr Taylor, and proposed hearty vote of thanks to Mr Piokersgill for presiding, remarking that he hoped they would be able to bring the directors’ cup to Kittybrewster, and have placed in Mr PickersgiU’s room. (Applause.) ilr Pie
April 26, 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
They were til and are well. THOUSANDS of photographs in oar possession attest the benefit received by PEOPLE WHO WERE

They were til and are well. THOUSANDS of photographs in oar possession attest the benefit received by PEOPLE WHO WERE

ILL- many of them hopelessly ill they believed, many confirmed Invalids, Cripples, Dyspeptics, Rheumatic Sufferers, who, thanks to Br. Williams’ Fink Fills for People have recovered their lost health and are now quite well. A few of these portraits are shown below. Q. ® Mr Wilki
April 26, 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MR PARNELL AND THE IRISH PARTY.

MR PARNELL AND THE IRISH PARTY.

During the course of interview with the Loudon correspondent of the Freeman!s Journal Mr Parnell, M.P., has said—ln view of the impossibility of making headway with the Government legislation, which is daily becoming more evident, Mr Gladstone’s illness, the dissensions in the C
March 29, 1884 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE DELIVERY OP LETTERS ON SUNDAY

THE DELIVERY OP LETTERS ON SUNDAY

Mr Selkirk, the convener of the Committee on Sabbath Observance, submitted a report which had been agreed to at meeting on the previous day of the united committees of the Established, Free, and U.P. Churches, which was to be the report for the past twelve months. The report rec
March 29, 1884 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland