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HENRY JORDAN

HENRY JORDAN

4 USTRALIA & ZEALAND. “WHITE STAR” LINE OF EX-ROYAL MAIL CLIPPERS Sailing on the following dates ; •'vt J LIVERPOOL TO MELBOURNE. VERNON Melbourne 1314 3000...D5c. 20. SHALIMAR Melbourne 1700 3500...Jm. 20. QUEEN of the NORTH ...M'';hnurne 3200...Feb. 20. Debentures at 5, 51 and
December 7, 1864 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LONDON TO NEW ZEALAND

LONDON TO NEW ZEALAND

ULCOATS Canterbury December. The Clippers of this line are noted for their superior accommodation. punctuality of sailing, and rapid pas«agse. For freight or passage, apply to H. T. Wilson <t Chambers, 21, Water Street, Liverpool; or Wilson, Bilbrough & Co., 27, Leadenhall Stree
December 7, 1864 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Meeting of Debtors and Creditors,

Meeting of Debtors and Creditors,

THE Creditors of the deceased ROBERT TAYLOR, Feuar, New Leeds, Strichen, are requested to meet within the House of John Findlater, Merchant there, on Thursday, Dec., at 12 o’clock noon, to lodjje a statement of their Claims, property vouched, against the Estate of said deceased
December 7, 1864 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS.

JOHN ROBERTSON, Dudwick, Ellon, not having been seen or heard of since the 17th of November last, all those having Claims against him are requested to meet within the New Inn, Ellon, on Tuesday the curt, 12 o’clock, noon, order that the state of his affairs may be ascertained. D
December 7, 1864 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TO DRUGGISTS.

TO DRUGGISTS.

WANTED, an ASSISTANT. One who has been with Country Merchant (keeping Drugs) and who wishes to obtain a thorough knowledge of the Business, would suit. Apply at the Laboratory, 90, Broad Street, Aberdeen. WANTED, a CATTLEMAN.—AppIy at Mr Ranson’s Coffee Rooms, on Friday first, a
December 7, 1864 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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ABERDEEN, SOMETHING NEW,

ABERDEEN, SOMETHING NEW,

FRESH PEACHES IN WINTER, THE same as if pulled Eipe from the Tree, and nearly as Cheap as Apples or Pears, for sale in lb. and 3 lb. Packages, or Wholesale, GORDON & SMITH, 20, Union S tree*, Aberdeen. CHEISTMAS SEASON. JAMES MURRAY, SUCCESSOR TO GEORGE AND ROBERT KING, Has now
December 7, 1864 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ROYAL INFIRMARY.

ROYAL INFIRMARY.

Monday, Dec. 5. General Meeting of the President and Manate® °f the Infirmary, and Subscribers thereto, was held, in and e within the Infirmary Hall, to choose 'elect fourteen persons to be Managers for one year.” of tb Provost presided, and, haring stated the object the M Jllee
December 7, 1864 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HOEING MATCHES.

HOEING MATCHES.

NEWHILLS. A hoeing match took place on John Coutts’ croft on Kingshill of Kingswells, Thursday. 20th July, when 69 competitors came forward, and finished their alloted tasks in first-rate stvle, so that the Judges—Messrs Leonard, Gateside ; Jamieson Wester Huxterstone ; Duncan,
August 9, 1865 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

32/.. Aberdeen Steam Nav. Co 1 7 6.. 0 .. 3 Abdn,, Lth., <ft Clyde Ship. Co. 3 7 .. 3 10 0 10 .. 10 Aberdeen Commercial Co 16 10 .. 0 8.. 8 Aberdeen Lime Company .... 815 0.. 9 0 1 .. 1 Aberdeen Market 0 0 .. 018 . ‘2J Gas-Lieht Co. of Aberdeen.... 3 6.. 5 IJ.. Kapnnda Miaine Co
August 9, 1865 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET—Thursday.

GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET—Thursday.

There was an ordinary supply of cattle at market on Thursday, fully two-thirds of which were of secondary quality. Demand fair, at prices similar to last week’s. Beef—top current, from 75s to 77s per cwt.; secondary. 70s to per cwt. ; middling and inferior, 60s to 65s per cwt. O
August 9, 1865 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland