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SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

The preamble of the bill for the amalgamation of the North British, and Edinburgh, Perth, and Dundee Railway Companies, has been proved ; but the North British is not to offer opposition to any amalgamation of the Caledonian and Central which may be proposed. Reduction in the Ch
July 9, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GAS MAKEH WANTED,

GAS MAKEH WANTED,

FOR the New Pitsligo Gas Works ; a Person capable of Soldering and Repairing Gas Fittings, will be preferred. Applications, with references, to lodged with Mr George Boyes, Manager, on or Defore 15th July next, of whom particulars may be learned. CLERK WANTED Young MAN, acquaint
July 9, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN CRICKET CLUB.

ABERDEEN CRICKET CLUB.

BY Permission of the Officers of the Ist A. R. Y., the BATTALIDN BAND will play at the Ground of this Club (at the end of Albyn Place) on Saturday, tlie 12th inst., from Four Six o’clock, P.M., on the occasion of the Match— Volunteers (with Bowring) against Non-Volunteers of A.C
July 9, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
2d. A. B. Aberdeenshire R. V., Adjt. M Phekson (Assist. Supt., Lieut. Brownlow.) Corp. R. Marshall ... 6 6 16

2d. A. B. Aberdeenshire R. V., Adjt. M Phekson (Assist. Supt., Lieut. Brownlow.) Corp. R. Marshall ... 6 6 16

Sergt. W. Forbes ... 5 5 17 Corp. G. Watt ... ... 5 4 5 14 Sergt. J. M'Lennan ... 5 7 4 16 Col.-Sergt. Adam Bower... 3 4 11 Sergt. John Hardie ... 5 4 6 15 Alex. Milne ... ... 4 17 Alex. Watt 8 6 4 18 Corp. W. Duncan ... 4 3 13 Sergt. Jas. Cruickshank ... 2 5 7 14 Average, 15.10
July 9, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AGRICULTURE.

AGRICULTURE.

ln th' 1 —During the -whole of the month Pproac l,S + lertl )or * on earth makes its near- “° sun * have but rarely, and at brief Unbroj- 3 ' Cold winds, drenching rains, alights, have da y, w chill and frosty air of 11 c^ara cteristic9 of the weather during leather on . ,me - T
July 9, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE MALT DUTY,

THE MALT DUTY,

This duty was brought under consideration by Mr Ball, on Friday night, but the Chancellor of the Exchequer gave such reasons for retaining it as left little hope of its remission at his hands.
July 9, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
OTAGO, NEW ZEALAND.

OTAGO, NEW ZEALAND.

MALE EMI GRATION. T AGENTS of the PROVINCIAL ■oalJr , OTAGO are authorised approved Females erms, and in particular le Passage Money alto- E 2° tic Serv:i nts and "ages high. . ■'hips to sail register, from LONDON, 20th -Years, Tons Regis- OS h) ?v 1? of October. OS. D. Ci RRi k
September 10, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TO DRAPERS AND OTHERS. Eligible Opening in the Drapery Trade. FOR SALE, BY PRIVATE BARGAIN, rpHE Whole DRAPERY STOCK, belonging

TO DRAPERS AND OTHERS. Eligible Opening in the Drapery Trade. FOR SALE, BY PRIVATE BARGAIN, rpHE Whole DRAPERY STOCK, belonging

to -*- the Trust Estate of George Moore, Kelso, amounting per inventory to £1261 9s 4d. ■ , is fresh, and supplied the first Wholesale Houses m the Trade. This is a good opening for a young man of active business habits and moderate capital. An Inventory may be seen at the Shop
September 10, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SALE OP WOOD.

SALE OP WOOD.

There will be Sold, Public Roup, Saturday the 13th September curt., at Meldrum House, Large quantity of LARCH and Common PIR, v SOme are well adapted for Roofing and Corn- Yard purposes. Also, large quantity of FIREWOOD, sale to begin at 12 o’clock Noon at the Saw-mill. n ,, , ,
September 10, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SALE OP STANDING WOOD. ON THE ESTATE OF CULTER. 1600 on the Hill of Ardbeg, consisting of SCOTCH FIR, SPRUCE,

SALE OP STANDING WOOD. ON THE ESTATE OF CULTER. 1600 on the Hill of Ardbeg, consisting of SCOTCH FIR, SPRUCE,

LARCH, BEECH, and I *) 6 Scotch Fir and Spruce are mostly of sizes fit for Railway Sleepers. Arthur Stephen, at Cultcr, will point out the Wood and , .'lA onai *'' ons °t Sale ; and Sealed Offers will be received by Alexander Souter, Writer, Banff, up to the 24th curt., on which
September 10, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland