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DISPLENISH SALE.

DISPLENISH SALE.

There -will- be Sold, Public Roup, at Cairnton Cottage, Upper Banchory, on Tuesday the 14th day of February, THE Whole FARM STOCKING, IMPLEMENTS, die., there, belonging to Mr John M'Donald, outgoing tenant, viz 4 Fine Young Aberdei Calf. 3 Two-year-old STOTS 1 One-year-old STOT.
February 8, 1860 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

There came to Backhill of Rubislaw, on Wednesday the 4th of February, A COLLEY DOG, Black, and White Ring round his neck. If not claimed within eight days from this date, he will be sold to pay expenses. Rubislaw, 7th February, 1860. LOST, From Carrier’s Cart, ’twixt Aberdeen an
February 8, 1860 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FARM NEAR PETERHEAD, TO BE LET, For 13 Years or Crops, with Entry at Whitsunday, 1860. THE FARM of DOWNIEHILLS,

FARM NEAR PETERHEAD, TO BE LET, For 13 Years or Crops, with Entry at Whitsunday, 1860. THE FARM of DOWNIEHILLS,

in the Parish of _ Peterhead, containing 151 A. 2 r. p., or thereby, whereof 14b A. R. P, are Arable, is to be Let, either for a Grassum or Surplus Rent. The Land has been greatly improved the present Tenant, and is at present in a high state of cultivation. Apply to George Whyt
February 8, 1860 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WEDNESDAY, February 8, 1860. ~ „ BIRTHS. *; n.' on the 29th ult., Mrs Christie, of a son. At 74,

WEDNESDAY, February 8, 1860. ~ „ BIRTHS. *; n.' on the 29th ult., Mrs Christie, of a son. At 74,

Broad Street, Fraserburgh, on the sth February, the wife of Mr F. Smith, of St Peter’s Church Schools, of a daughter. At Dundee, on the 25th ult., the wife of Robert Gossip, Esq., of the Northern Warder, of a son. At Alexandria, on the 23d January, Mrs J. F. Ogxlvie, of son.
February 8, 1860 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PRIVY COUNCIL EDUCATION GRA

PRIVY COUNCIL EDUCATION GRA

Mr Black asked the Vice-President of the Committee of Privy Council for Education, if, in preparing the Estimates for public educations there will be any objection to state separately the grants proposed for schools in Scotland —the amounts proposed for Schools connected with th
February 8, 1860 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PRIVY COUNCIL EDUCATION GRANTS.

PRIVY COUNCIL EDUCATION GRANTS.

REDUCTION IN THE SCALE OF BUILDING GRANTS. The following minutes have just been issued by circular from the Secretary, in which he says :—- Reduction in the general scale of expenditure has becoma imperative, and the grants for building appear to my Lords to. admit of immediate
February 8, 1860 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
METEOROLOGICAL O B SJER Y A TIONS—I 8 59.

METEOROLOGICAL O B SJER Y A TIONS—I 8 59.

METEOROLOGICAL O B SJER A TIONS—I 8 59. ABSTRACT OP METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS TAKEN AT ABERDEEN, Lat., 57 deg., 9 min. N., Long., 2 deg. 6 min. W., at the Height of 115 Feet above the Mean Level of the Sea.
February 8, 1860 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PLOUGHING MATCHES.

PLOUGHING MATCHES.

Banchory-DevemCK.— A few of the farmers in the lands of Blairs, Shannaburn, Heathcot, Ardo, and Cotbank, wishing to show their respect for John Walker, Mill of Ardo, Banchory- Devenick, sent their ploughs to give him a yoking, on Thursday, 19th January, and finished their work i
February 8, 1860 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MONITOR:

MONITOR:

Additional Honours to Mr Stirling, Senior LER- —On Thursday last, Mr Stirling,, after contest of, believe four days, was declared first in the competition for Smith’s Mathematical prize. Baily-,, who came next to Mr Stirling in the contest for the Wranglership, was also, second
February 8, 1860 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Favourite, M'Laggan, at Sunderland, 29th Jan., from Quebec-

Favourite, M'Laggan, at Sunderland, 29th Jan., from Quebec-

Assyrian, from Woosung, at London, Ist Feb. Chrysolite, left Liverpool, 31st Jan., for China Cuzo, Porter, at Callao, 20th Dec., from Chinchas Bolivar, left AspinwaH, 20th Dec., for Suvanilla Ulysses, of Greenock, off Dover, 31st Jan. Avalanche, Stott, left Deal, 2d Feb., for Au
February 8, 1860 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland