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INSCH.

INSCH.

GEORGE MUIR, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, has now on hand a large Stock of Execll..nt BOOTS and SHOES, purchased by him in the best no., - ket, and which he is enabled to sell at very reasonable re El-Male-81DM) 800124, from 9/ to 12(6; LA4 I Do. (Wommes), from 3/ to 8i; CARPP:r kc., Th
August 10, 1867 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FORBES HIGHLAND GAMES.

FORBES HIGHLAND GAMES.

THE first competition in athletic exercises for the season, took place on Thursday, the let August, in a field belonging to Mr Clerihue, Syllavethy. The weather was all that could be desired, and the turn out of visitors was very satisfactory, there being over 500 on the ground.
August 10, 1867 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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August 10, 1867 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TURRIFF. DEATH.—On Sunday morning, an old woman named Isabella Robertson, aged 83, residing at Cuminestou, Monquhitter, was found lying dead

TURRIFF. DEATH.—On Sunday morning, an old woman named Isabella Robertson, aged 83, residing at Cuminestou, Monquhitter, was found lying dead

beside her bed, with no clothing, exct pt a ahift and a pair of stockings. She bad been in her usual health the day before, but was subject to asthma and palpitation of the heart. MONDAY being the Banff holiday, a friendly match was played between the Banff Star Cricket Club and
July 20, 1867 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BRECHIN WOOL FAIR.

BRECHIN WOOL FAIR.

This important wool fair was held on Monday. Tl.••re was a great fall from the prices of last year; and, reports from Inverness were so depressing, and the tr. 01 ., generally in enc.. an unsatisfactory state, all kind, of wool were reduced several pence per lb. in value the pri
July 20, 1867 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
button-hole. Wes* 1)r Johnson asked the widow Porter to be his wife, he told her candidly that he was of

button-hole. Wes* 1)r Johnson asked the widow Porter to be his wife, he told her candidly that he was of

mean extraction, that he had no money, and that be had an uncle hanged. The widow replied that he cars d nothing for his parentage, that she had no morn y herself, and though she had not had a relative hange.l, she had fifty who deserved hanging. So they made a match of it. A to
July 20, 1867 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
E co o P., i ! ; DEESIDE SECTION. Dooms Trails/.

E co o P., i ! ; DEESIDE SECTION. Dooms Trails/.

July 20, 1867 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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March 9, 1867 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FEMALE I,IBOEDERB.

FEMALE I,IBOEDERB.

Families who wish an EXCELLJNT HOUSEHOLD STARCH, Should Use BROWN & POLSON'S PATENT SI'ARCII. Its uniform excellence commends it to all. Those who IMO the POWDER STARCH, In small Blue Packet, Will find BROWN & TOLSON'S To be eminently superior. HARRY CLIFTON'S NEW SONGS, with Co
February 16, 1867 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

At Church Street, here, on the 9th inst., Mr Geo- Smith, Drumfergue, tartly, aged 119 years. Suddenly, at Auchincleck, Cairnie, on the 12th curt., George, aged 15 years, second son of Mr James Wilson, farmer there. At Aberdeen, on the 2d February, Aim Rae, wife of Mr Robert Reid
February 16, 1867 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland