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THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER

THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER

DEATH OF MR JOHN CROMBIE, JUN., OF DANESTONE. W* deeply regret to announce the death Mr John Crumble, iiin., senior partner 'J. &. J. Crombie, Limited, woollen manufacturers, Grandholm. About live weeks ago Mr Crombie was seized with attack of paralysis, from which he never rall
November 9, 1898 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GUARANTEED MADE FROM FINEST QUALITY FRESH OX BEEF.

GUARANTEED MADE FROM FINEST QUALITY FRESH OX BEEF.

UPTONS JEXTRACT OF BEEF AND FLUID BEEF are now superseding all others. They are unequalled for their high-class quality and moderate prices
November 9, 1898 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
INVERURIE.

INVERURIE.

The great talk in the burgh of Inverurie just now is the want of house accommodation, but we understand that that much-felt want will soon be thing of the past, a= we believe that about 40 or 50 houses are in contemplation of being built. We are w'ithin easy distance of having a
November 9, 1898 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TECHNICAL EDUCATION IN IRELAND.

TECHNICAL EDUCATION IN IRELAND.

On Saturday afternoon a deputation waited upon the Secretary for Ireland Dublin Castle, and urged the necessity of introducing a measure dealing with technical education in Ireland in connection with the proposed Board Agriculture and Industries Bill Mr Gerald Balfour promised t
November 9, 1898 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BRUGE’S SELECTED BULBS FOE INDOOR AND OUTDOOR CULTURE. HYACINTHS for Pats or Glasses. TULIPS in Choice Variety. CROCUS, SNOWDROPS, NARCISSI,

BRUGE’S SELECTED BULBS FOE INDOOR AND OUTDOOR CULTURE. HYACINTHS for Pats or Glasses. TULIPS in Choice Variety. CROCUS, SNOWDROPS, NARCISSI,

LILIUMS, IRIS, SCILLAS, GLADIOLI, CHINESE SACRED LILIES, ETC. All in grand conditic.x Lowest Prices SECURE YOUR SUPPLIES EARLY. GEO. BRUCE & CO., SEED AND BULB MERCHANTS, S5 MARKET STREET, ABERDEEN.
November 9, 1898 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE VENISON MARKET.

THE VENISON MARKET.

Perhaps one of the most striking changes that has come over the London provision market is the ease with which venison can now be obtained. A few years since haunch of venison was the dish of an epicure, and was only to be bought at fabulous prices at few of the best shops in th
August 15, 1894 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A SUICIDE’S LETTER.

A SUICIDE’S LETTER.

On Saturday the Midlothian police had handed to them dirty piece of paper, upon which pencil writing was visible, which had been picked out of Ferniehill Quarries, near Gilmerton, corked up tightly in a black bottle. The writing was deciphered as follows : Edinburgh, 2/3/94. Dea
August 15, 1894 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
“HOW’S YOUR LIVER?”

“HOW’S YOUR LIVER?”

la the comic opera of “ The Mikado,” His Imperial Highness says : To make, to some extent, Each evil Liver mnuinc river Of harmless merriment. A nobler task than making evil livers, rivers harmless merriment, no person, king, or layman could take upon himself. The liver among th
August 15, 1894 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MEMORANDUM RY TOWN CLERK.

MEMORANDUM RY TOWN CLERK.

In view of the discussion as to whether the Exchequer Row area can be effectively dealt with under Part 11. of the Housing of the Working Classes Act, 1890, Mr Gordon the town clerk has issued a memorandum on that part of the Act. This sets forth, in regard to buildings unfit fo
August 15, 1894 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DEATH OF THE FRENCH PRESIDENT.

DEATH OF THE FRENCH PRESIDENT.

DEATH OF tIHE FRENCH PRESIDENT. A. TRAGICALLY SUDDBN EVENT, SKETCH OF M MAUES CAREER. $ROM THA T&N-YARD TO TER BLYS". A RE'CORD OF GOOD FORTUNE. (BXUTUR'S TaLOGREA.) Paris, Thursday. P.esident Felix Faure died this evening at ten o'clock after three hours' illna Paris, Thursday,
February 17, 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland