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June 20, 1874 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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June 20, 1874 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
.-' . 5 THE MARQUIS writes that there now no longer any danger of a scarcity of labour its Eastern

.-' . 5 THE MARQUIS writes that there now no longer any danger of a scarcity of labour its Eastern

Counties fur the harvest. The offer of a free passage to Canada by the Unions he regards as the sounding of the retreat. Mr Arch has conferred two benefits on agriculturists for having kept out of union funds for so long a time a ber of men whose services were not required, and
June 27, 1874 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
111.1101MINIONimor

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June 6, 1874 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Fife Estates—Upper District. THERENTS, FEU-DUTIES, &c., due at WHITSUNDAY 1874, will be collected in Jury as under : At FIFE-KEITH

Fife Estates—Upper District. THERENTS, FEU-DUTIES, &c., due at WHITSUNDAY 1874, will be collected in Jury as under : At FIFE-KEITH

(for Fenars), ou Mora 42, Bth. Hours-9 to 4. Do. (for i Farmers) on TUESDAY, 9 th. Yours-9 to 4. At DUFFTOWN, on WEDNESDAY, 10th. Hours-10.30 to 4. At GLASS, on THURSDAY, 11th. Hours-10.30 to 1. At ROTHIEMAY,on FRIDAY, 12th. Hours-10 to 1. File-Keith, 21st May 1874.
June 6, 1874 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ler bh6L Ati the LapeliliCS in connection with these Meetings arc LI y Lunge, n Collection w ill he wade in the tree Church on hanneth Evening at Eight o-ciuct—

ler bh6L Ati the LapeliliCS in connection with these Meetings arc LI y Lunge, n Collection w ill he wade in the tree Church on hanneth Evening at Eight o-ciuct—

ler the LapeliliCS in connection with these Meetings arc LI y Lunge, n Collection ill he wade in the tree Church on hanneth Evening at Eight !tautly, Gth June 18;4. Dr :lablade. L and WART will Preach on Al E r kirnt, the tree Unach at 11 and at u cluck; and Adarasa the Lluldten
June 6, 1874 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE HUNTLY EXPRESS, JUNE 6, 1874.

THE HUNTLY EXPRESS, JUNE 6, 1874.

CAL OF FURNITURE THIS DAY.—There will k) be Sold by Public Roup, at 26 Llrrkasoms Smarr, at Six o'clock P.M., the following Articles:—Tables, Chairs. Chests. Bedding, Mirrors, Crystal, China, and Stoneware, and a number of other WRINNON, Auctioneer. Sale of Horses, Cattle, etc.
June 6, 1874 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MMINIFT c ''‘ WarZ - 4 PRA

MMINIFT c ''‘ WarZ - 4 PRA

June 6, 1874 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Inch Half-Holiday. THE Banks of Inscb, and Shops of Insch and Rothney 1 Village. will Shut on THUM:OAM at 3

Inch Half-Holiday. THE Banks of Inscb, and Shops of Insch and Rothney 1 Village. will Shut on THUM:OAM at 3

p.m., from 18th June to 24th Sept., both inclusive.
June 6, 1874 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE DERBY came off on Wednesday, in presence of a larger number of spectators than has witnessed the race on

THE DERBY came off on Wednesday, in presence of a larger number of spectators than has witnessed the race on

any previous occasion. Among those present were—The Prince of Wales, the Duke of Edinburgh, and the Duke of Connaught. On taking their places on the grand stand they were loudly cheered. For some days previous to the race " Atlantic" and " Couronne do Fer" were the favourites am
June 6, 1874 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland