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Price Twopence.

Price Twopence.

January 14, 1874 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ITALY.

ITALY.

Rome, Jan. 11. —With reference to the election of the next Pope, it is announced that several bulls have been drawn up since 1870, though not recently, authorising the Cardinals to appoint a Pope without holding a Conclave.
January 14, 1874 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
John C. e o d, HATTER, 46, UNION STREET, WOULD respectfully intimate that he has present a large Stock of

John C. e o d, HATTER, 46, UNION STREET, WOULD respectfully intimate that he has present a large Stock of

NEW and FASHIONABLE GOODS for the Winter Trade. ALSO, Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Silk and Zanella UMBRELLAS Gentlemen’s WATERPROOF COATS, and Ladies’ MANTLES, with Hoods. MOURNING BANDS and WEEPERS. SPECIAL and ODD HATS made to order. 46, Union Street, December 31,1873.
January 14, 1874 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PRESBYTERY OF ABERDEEN

PRESBYTERY OF ABERDEEN

The Presbytery of Aberdeen met on Wednesday in St. Mary’s Chapel—Rev. W. Bruce, Portlethen, moderator. The Presbytery was engaged for fully an hour in the examination of students. RESIGNATION OF REV. JOHN MILNE, HOLBURN. A deputation from trustees, kirk-session, and congregation
January 14, 1874 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Desirable Farm to Let.

Desirable Farm to Let.

KAITCASTLE FARM, 3 miles from Nairn, containing 120 Acres, or thereby, of Arable Land, is to be Let, with Entry at Whitsunday first. The House is new, affording ample accommodation for family and the Offices built four years ago, are convenient, with Water-power Threshing Mill.
January 14, 1874 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SCHOOL OF ABERDEEN.

SCHOOL OF ABERDEEN.

VACANT BURSARIES UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF ABERDEEN. THE following BURSARIES are at present Vacant, viz. : 1. Two Bursaries of XlO each per annum, for five years, from Catherine Rolland’s Mortification, to Sons of decayed Burgesses of Guild of Aberdeen. 2. Two B
March 11, 1874 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Property in Oldmeldrum for Sale.

Property in Oldmeldrum for Sale.

To be Sold, by Public Roup, on Tuesday, 17th March, 1874, within M‘Crab’s Hotel, Market Square, Oldmeldrura, at One o’clock afternoon, THAT Eligible PROPERTY, situated in Commercial Road, leading to the Railway Station, belonging to the Trustees for the Creditors of George Carle
March 11, 1874 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Sale of Wood at Mauar.

Sale of Wood at Mauar.

On Thursday, 19th March, there will be Sold, by Public Roup, ABOUT ICO good-sized LARCH TREES, suitable for Sleepers and Planking. 100 SCOTCH FIRS, for Boards. A number of large-sized, sound SPRUCE TREES. large number of LARCH and FIR TREES for Paling and Posts. Also, Quantity o
March 11, 1874 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HOTEL TO LET.

HOTEL TO LET.

THE BUCHAN HOTEL, situated in the West End of the Village of Ellon, is to be Let, for such a number of Years as may be agreed on. The Hotel is large and commodious, with ample Stabling for carrying on the Posting in all its departments, in which a good business could be done. Th
March 11, 1874 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE INDIAN FAMINE

THE INDIAN FAMINE

The Daily News' special Indian Commissioner telegraphs that the suffering and mortality in Eastern Tirhoot are rapidly increasing. 18 famine deaths have taken place in four days, in a village near Mozufferpore. The cart transport is less than contractor’s estimate. The grain sup
March 11, 1874 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland