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GLASS.

GLASS.

A VALUABLE BURSARY.—We are glad to un• derstand that Mr W.S. Stephen, son of our par. ochial schoolmaster, has obtained the Mathematic: Scholarship at Aberdeen, value £6O. DUFFTOWN.
December 24, 1864 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Artificial Teeth.

Artificial Teeth.

MESSRS CROMBIE BROTHERS, DENnsirs, UPPLIM IRK G ATE, (lead of Broad Street, Aberdeen, supply the finest MINERAL TEETH, on Gold or Vulcanite, resembling the natural in delicacy of shade and lustre, and adopt all the mechanical improvements that have been recently introduced for r
July 9, 1864 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HUNTLY PAROCHIAL BOARD.

HUNTLY PAROCHIAL BOARD.

The usual monthly meeting was held yesterday week, at which were present—Mr Murdoch (chairman), Dr Templeton. Messrs Alex. Mellis, John Gray, Geo. Andrew, Wm. Andrew, John Mortimer, Jas. Leslie, Jas. Leith, Jas. Anton. Alex. Yule, Donald Grant, and Adam Dunbar. The minutes of th
July 9, 1864 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HIINTLY. M. C. SNOWBALL, VETRRIN ART SURGEON.

HIINTLY. M. C. SNOWBALL, VETRRIN ART SURGEON.

September 10, 1864 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE HUNTLY EXPRESS, SEPTEMBER 10, 1864.

THE HUNTLY EXPRESS, SEPTEMBER 10, 1864.

THE STRATHBOGIE SANHATTAN. WHEN in Hand* week a gentleman asked whether I had yet sees the new fresco in St Paul's, and being obliged to answer that I had nut, I determined to see it on the first opportunity. Accordingly, happening to be in Cheapside on business the other day, I
September 10, 1864 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Vottrp.

Vottrp.

BEAUTIES OF THE NIGHT. The beauties of the night— The calm and peaceful night. When the Queen of Heaven And her glittering train. Give forth their silvery light. When nature in a calm repose Forgets the weary day. And nought is heard Save the zephyr's sigh, As with softest sound
September 10, 1864 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
KEITH VERIFYING.

KEITH VERIFYING.

Sit,—ln your last Saturday's paper an Atlas appears prepared to hear upon his back the lions, tigers, and kilted caterans of Inverness. the A. I. J. Railway, and (heaviest burden of all) the proverbial character of Keith. Adopting the somewhat out-atelbows signature of "Justitia
September 10, 1864 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
offiergbarp's torntr.

offiergbarp's torntr.

torntr. "THE iron has entered into my sole," as the stage carpenter said when a nail ran up his foot. WHAT wit? A sparkling beverage that is highly exhilirating and agreeable when partaken at the expense of others; but when used at our own cost, it becomes bitter and unpleasant.
September 3, 1864 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Sabbath mails might nut he altof,Ttherdiscontinuecl. There is no mail gig run nor any letters conveyed on the Sabbath now

Sabbath mails might nut he altof,Ttherdiscontinuecl. There is no mail gig run nor any letters conveyed on the Sabbath now

between mach and lluntly, and it does seem somewhat anomalous that a conveyance of the mails should be required between Huntly and Keith. To say that Handy cannot do without mail conveyance on the Sabbath-day is tantamont to affirming that our commercial connections (long may th
August 6, 1864 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1864.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1864.

N T X. BOOTS AND rriHE SUBSCRIBER respectfully inthuates to his 1 friends and the public, that his present stock of BOOTS and SHOES is very extensive and varied, comprising almost every impryred style, suited for all classes, at all prices, and every variety of quality—many of w
October 29, 1864 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland