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THE ABERDEEN GRANITE TRADE.

THE ABERDEEN GRANITE TRADE.

I EXEYSION OF USE OF COMPRESSED AIR.i The use of compressed air as r labour-saving agency in stonecitoing is extending. It is not only employed for working pneumnatic chiscls and surface-cleaning tools, but is now applied, through the means of a sand blast, to all sorts of monum
September 19, 1896 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE BRIGADE CAMP AT DYCE.

THE BRIGADE CAMP AT DYCE.

THE BRIGADE CAMP AT DYCH, ter Last day in camp, waa the thought which c. en caurred to more than one volunteer as he drsgged ,he himself from hia couch to perform for the lost time nd at least during the present campaign, the drmdg. ver eries incident3l to camp life. The wcather
June 24, 1892 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NEW YORK PRICES—THURSDAY.

NEW YORK PRICES—THURSDAY.

NEW YORE PRICES-TaURSDAY. I y Money easy. Stocks opened irregular, and re' mained so almost throughout; the market finally 0) closed steady. Cotton-Futures opened weak, but t. partially advanced later, and finished steady; spot te quiet but steady, Petroleunm-Business quiet at I,
June 24, 1892 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE GOVERNMENT AND THE ALLORMENTS ACT.

THE GOVERNMENT AND THE ALLORMENTS ACT.

ITHE GOVERNMENT AND THE ALLOT- MENTS ACT. The president of the Soimereet and West of M. England Farm Labourers' Uniou-Mr W. Mitchell -wrote to Mr A. J. Balfour on belhalf of the labourers, asking him for aD expianation with re- re- gard to the bearing of the Allotments Act upon e
June 24, 1892 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
tiCacmnecfi, «c.. tor Sale-

tiCacmnecfi, «c.. tor Sale-

J centres, 2lit. bed, with 24iu. dog chuck; Marine Engines, Bm. by 12iu., reversing suitable small boat; Steam Winch (new). Sin. by }>*■ suitable for builder's hoisting engine; Saa cnche rising and falling tables; H.P. combined Engine and Boiler; H.P. Portable, 2 Vertical ‘•uerg
November 9, 1898 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TEACHER WANTED.

TEACHER WANTED.

WANTED, FEMALE EX-P.T. for Cairncoullie Combination School, Leochel-Cuehnie and Towie. Qualified to play Piano, teach Musical Drill and Industrial Work. enter duty early in December. Salary £35 per annum. Applications, with three copies of teetunonialti, be lodged with R. D. WIL
November 9, 1898 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
52 UNION STREET, Aberdeen.

52 UNION STREET, Aberdeen.

UNION STREET, Aberdeen. ABERDEEN BOOKS. DRESS GOODS. THE BOTANIST'S GUIDE THE COUNTIES AiJI.KDEbJV, BANFF, AND KINUAJI- I)INE. by Professor JDickik, Abeideen Uuiversily. With Map. Cr. Bvo, cloth. 6d. ABERDONIAN A: FOOTDEE IN THE LAST CENTUKY. the Authoress the U-oodwife at Home.”
November 9, 1898 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CHINA TEA SETS. HAVE JUST RECEIVED SONS LARGE CONSIGN TEA SETS, AND ABE NOW SHOWING VERT LATEST SHAPES AND DECORATIONS

CHINA TEA SETS. HAVE JUST RECEIVED SONS LARGE CONSIGN TEA SETS, AND ABE NOW SHOWING VERT LATEST SHAPES AND DECORATIONS

THAT ABE THE PRICES PROM £7 7e. PER SET OF 40 PIECES.
November 9, 1898 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
YE’LL COME AGAIN.

YE’LL COME AGAIN.

[The Queen will leave Balmoral about the middle of November. —Vide Daily Papers.] We canna’ let ye go, dear Queen, We canna’ let go, Dnless ye say yeTl come ' When spring flowers next shall blow. Full fifty years have come and gone Since first thy royal feet Our heather pressed,
November 9, 1898 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GREAT GRANITE CONTRACTS.

GREAT GRANITE CONTRACTS.

I learn (writes the London correspondent of the Aberdeen Journal ”) that the contract for the granite required iu the new harbour works at Gibraltar has gone to Cornwall. It was hoped that it might be secured by Aberdeen firm. The quantity granite needed is one j and a half mill
November 9, 1898 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland