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REDUCTION OF FARES.

REDUCTION OF FARES.

3d MARCH, the Fares filEF - return tickets £2 20 CHIEF CABIN. £ 3 3 o CABIN 110 SECOND CABIN .1 11 6 Provisions per Carte. Ob EARL ABERDEEN leaves LONDON on l6th, instead of Wednesday 18th, May. IIDEEISr AND LONDON STEAMERS, NE undernoted or other of the ABER- A deen steam navig
May 4, 1853 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Wood for Sale,

Wood for Sale,

5O to 60 ACRES of WOOD, on Pitfodels, are for Sale, Private Bargain. The Ground is about 3 Miles distant from Castle Street, by the North Dceside Turnpike Road. Offerers will be met at the Forester’s House, on Wednesday the 11th day of May current, at o’clock afternoon, when Off
May 4, 1853 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
/ Sale of Manufactured Wood, at Monymusk.

/ Sale of Manufactured Wood, at Monymusk.

Sale of Manufactured Wood, at Monymusk. There will be exposed for sale, by public roup, at Ramstone Saw Mills, on Friday, 20th May next, A R ar Quantity of Manufactured WOOD, viz.: —Scantlings, -f*. Planks, Boards IJ, 1, }, inch, Plaster Lath, Paling, Hardwood, sawn and in the lo
May 4, 1853 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
field. The following are the respective weights, without tops or tails.— IN DUNDEE,

field. The following are the respective weights, without tops or tails.— IN DUNDEE,

2J cwt. Ammoniacal Guano, 12 loads dung—l 4 tons per aero. ,, Peruvian Guano, 12 ~ =ll ~ I satisfied that the Newcastle Guano will raise crop of Turnips on light soils, properly prepared, equal to Peruvian or any sort of Guano that has been tried in this quarter, along with a sm
May 4, 1853 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
On Cutcrew Farm, in the occupation of Mr W. Stephens. Sown 26th July, weighed 20th December, 1852 Superphos- 'i phate—Mr

On Cutcrew Farm, in the occupation of Mr W. Stephens. Sown 26th July, weighed 20th December, 1852 Superphos- 'i phate—Mr

Norrington Ammoniacan Guano— loo .2 5 4 ... 64 1 4...2 4 1 4 Newcastle ( Co., ) Superphos- 'j —Mr > Purser, 2 9 ... 5 4 1 4...2 10 0 0 Turnips—White Norfolk. The crop in this case succeds seed. Trefolium Incarnatum plain land. The Committee of the Club consider Mr Norrington’s M
May 4, 1853 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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Slains Castle Grass.

Slains Castle Grass.

THE GRASS PARKS at SLAINS CASTf -n v , the Season, on Saturday, the 14th May et f r Roup to commence at Twelve o’clock Slains Castle, 13th April, 1853. -
May 4, 1853 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
To Tailors.

To Tailors.

Wanted, AN Experienced CUTTER or FOREMAN TAILOR, to carry a Trade in Country Village, where three or four men are kept. It will be necessary to state what experience the Applicant may have had. Application may be made in writing, and lodged the Jourml Office, addressed 8.M.”
May 4, 1853 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LEHOUSED

LEHOUSED

GOODS lbs- tea William ( 28 gak. Spanish wine, W. 508 do. Alex. Connon I Milne & Son j ' william Stevenson 275 do. J. Fraser & Co. Vo, !l ' u < rs & . s) De 16 do. Angus Fraser & Co. I?* o f • aser £o 159 n-32ds gals. Geneva, D. Pa-3446 do. Jamieson & Mitchell terson^ o-n I®' r
May 4, 1853 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
COUNTY OP BANFF,

COUNTY OP BANFF,

At the ANNUAL GENER AL MEETING of the COMMISSIONERS of SUPPLY and LANDHOLDERS of the County of Banff, held at Banff on the 30th of April last, THE following RESOLUTIONS, in reference to the SHERIFF, COURT BILLS presently before Parliament, were moved by Henry Lumsden, Esq. of Au
May 4, 1853 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

Mrs H. B. Stowe.—On Thursday morning this distinguished lady, accompanied by her husband and brother, left Edinburgh by the North British Railway for London. Mrs Stowe was attended to the station by the Lord Provost and other parties who have taken prominent part in the public d
May 4, 1853 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland