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THE CUMULATIVE VOTE.

THE CUMULATIVE VOTE.

There is an odd habit prevalent in Parliament and out of it of describing constituencies by slange terms, which no one ever heard of till now. The terms are anything but respectful. There are two-horse burghs and one-horse burghs ; there are single-barrelled and double-barrelled
July 10, 1867 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
thi; sewerage scheme.

thi; sewerage scheme.

The Police Commissioners yesterday resolved to proceed with the remodelled system of sewerage on grounds of economy, and irrespective of the irrigation purposes for which the levels are made suitable. Changes of this kind always require explanation. They come prejudiced by the n
July 10, 1867 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NOTICE

NOTICE

THE ANNUAL ACCOUNT of the INCOME and EXPENDITURE, and of all Monies received and Expended at the Harbour of Rosehearty, during the Year ending the Bth July, 1867, is Printed, and lies at the Office of “The Roseheirty Harbour Commissioners” here, ready for the Inspection of the C
July 24, 1867 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
REDUCTION OF PASSAGE FARES. ABERDEEN AND LONDON. jt undernoted or other of the efe-c ABERDEEN STEAM NAVIGATION STEAM-SHIPS will be

REDUCTION OF PASSAGE FARES. ABERDEEN AND LONDON. jt undernoted or other of the efe-c ABERDEEN STEAM NAVIGATION STEAM-SHIPS will be

despateh- (weather, (Sec., permitting) during the Month ' ' of J ULY, as under: ~, T _- , , PROM ABERDEEN. °I 24. ..at p.m CITY of ABERDEEN. ...Saturday .Tnlv -if i> CITY LONDOX.......We^e 10 p.m FROM LONDON. Wednesday.,,,Juy 24...at 3 p.m,
July 24, 1867 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
. j his which was called the trial, of the I “P®^ ellc ed i i ijteD officers not condemned

. j his which was called the trial, of the I “P®^ ellc ed i i ijteD officers not condemned

to death wtre mineB> the ir of imprisonment at hard labour T • tenaU ts were f de»J being proportioned to their rank. neW method to two years, and colonels to ten. r sOII ing with prisoners of war. Several to be rank were reserved for future disposa , Madrid l ’frc 111 The Last
July 24, 1867 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.

Notice to Debtors and Creditors.

ALL Persons having Claims against the late JAMES BROWN, Shoemaker in Inverurie, are requested to lodge the same, properly verified, with Wm. Anderson, Merchant, Inverurie and all those Indebted to him will please Pay their Accounts to the said Wm. Anderson, within One Month from
July 24, 1867 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PRESENTATION PLATE.

PRESENTATION PLATE.

George jamieson, jeweller to the queen, and Watchmaker to H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES, has at all times on hand First-rate Stock of SILVER PLATE, JEWELLERY, CLOCKS, and WATCHES, suitable for Presentation, and invites Inspection of the same. 107, UNION STREET, Aberdeen. BON-ACCOED
July 24, 1867 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS—Tuesday, July 23.

HOUSE OF COMMONS—Tuesday, July 23.

The Speaker took the chair at 12 o’clock. Mr Selwyn, the new Solicitor-General, took the oaths and his seat, on his re-election for Cambridge University. THE TORNADO CASE. On the order of the day for going into Committee of Supply, Gregory called the attention of the House to th
July 24, 1867 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE REFORM BILL.

THE REFORM BILL.

Earl Derby moved the second reading of the Bill on M onday. Earl Grey proposed an amendment pledging the House to alter, but not to oppose it. The speakers against it were Lords Carnarvon, Morley, Camperdown. Those in its favour were—the Duke of Rutland, Lord Ravensworth, and th
July 24, 1867 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
RUSSIA,

RUSSIA,

St Petersburg, March 17.— The Journal de St Petersburg of to-day, in an article on the speech delivered by M. Ollivier in the French Legislative Chamber, says :—“ Friendship between Germany and has nothing alarming for us. On the contrary, we honestly wish it to exist, and no Ru
March 20, 1867 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland