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CORN MARKETS.

CORN MARKETS.

TI'RRIFF, Wednesday.—Owing to the bad condition grain in the locality prices tend downwards. Quotations: New oats, 40 lbs. per bushel, 21s ; old do., ; new barlej, 53 lbs. per bushel, 24s to 26s ; old do., 28s. HUNTLY, Wednesday.—Very little irrain any kind on sale. Samples of n
October 4, 1876 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
REVENUE RETURNS.

REVENUE RETURNS.

The quarterly revenue returns published on Saturday night show that the gross produce of the revenue for th three months ended September 30 was £16,734,607, against £16,382,217 in the corresponding quarter last year ; showing net increase of £352,390. This is made increases of £
October 4, 1876 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1876. r

THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1876. r

THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1876. decision on the part of the people of the country, namely, that the blood and the treasure of England shall never again be wasted on behalf of Turkey, that the vote of our Government and the vote of England on the part of E
October 4, 1876 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
INVERURIE.

INVERURIE.

Bulgarian Atrocities. —On Tuesday, Provost Annand received the following letter from the Home Office : Whitehall, 30th Sept., 1876. ■ Sir, —I directed Mr Secretary Cross to inform you that he has had the honour to lay before the Queen the address of the inhabitants of the Koyal
October 11, 1876 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MILNE & HENDERSON

MILNE & HENDERSON

BKG TO INTIMATE THAT AND AFTER THURSDAY, the sth OCTOBER-, The Whole of their Extensive Purchases for the
October 11, 1876 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
OF THE BEST

OF THE BEST

LONDON AND CONTINENTAL HOUSES. THE WHOLE BEING NOW VIEW, AN CALL IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED. James 183 UNION STREET. FRESH ARRIVAL OF HATS FOR THE SEASON. J 0 H N. C. M‘L E D, HATTER, 46 UNION STREET, WOULD respectfully intimate that he has got in a Great Variety of NEW GOODS for t
October 11, 1876 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
UNRESERVED SALE OF THE

UNRESERVED SALE OF THE

WHOLE BANKRUPT STOCK Of T. F. D. Christik, the City Hat and Clothing Mart, Broad Street. WFYFFE, of tbe Popxtlar Hat and Clothing Warehouse, Sx Nicholas Street, haring bought from the original purchaser, 13s 8d per & valuation, the WHOLE BANKRUPT STOCK of GOODS belonging to the
October 11, 1876 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
the representation of the

the representation of the

UNIVERSITIES. Both candidates for Universities of Aberdeen and Glasgow are now the field. Dr Anderson Kirkwood has been ■~®fore the public for some time—a circumstance that no doubt has induced Mr Watson, the future Bord Advocate, to anticipate the vacancy by * days. Mr Watson’
October 11, 1876 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
COWS AKIf HEIFERS.

COWS AKIf HEIFERS.

Lc.t 1. Sprightly, roan, calved April 7, 1864; sire The Czar (20947), dam Stephania—Mr Grant, South Guildry Street, Elgin _• • 40 Lot 2. Countess, roan, calved February 5, 1866 ; sire Hydra (10995), dam Matchless—Major Smith, Minmore, Glenlivat Lot 3. Lucy, roan, calved May 29,
October 11, 1876 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
POLICE COURTS.

POLICE COURTS.

ABERDEEN CITY. Friday.— (Before Baillie Abel). David Dunn, a labourer, was charged with being drunk and disorderly in Upperkirkgate on the sth inst., and pleading guilty, was fined 10s or 5 days. Jane Moir or Reid, an old hag, who was only liberated from prison at noon on Thursd
October 11, 1876 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland