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THE WEATHER.

THE WEATHER.

a LONDON, Tuesday, six pan. In the course of the past 24 hours a further fall of the of t barometer has taken place in the north, especially over in Sweden, while a rise is reported in France and along- our south coasts. The depression in the north has con- sequently become much
January 1, 1879 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE COURT CIRCULAR.

THE COURT CIRCULAR.

OSBORNE, Tuesday. seea held a Council at one o'clock yesterday a , at which were present His Royal Hlighniess t] of Connaught. His Royal Highness krince tL and the Duke of Richmond aud Gordon, pre- ! Si the Council. Mr C. L. Peel attei d.:il ais sc6 he Council. g :s to the Counc
January 1, 1879 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ably - ?? ,tis1..oalr trts, o of *-oo. - tbt ILE ON SA TURDAY Fills?'. ttle .Attrctive Sale of American Ti'Mber. &:e oif ling AT TilE LINEi;, ASERDEES', On SATVRrAY, 8th Fcbruary, at Noon. all rHEILE will be offered, by Public ed" T Sale, thbs undernoted choice ql7E!E0 Aed" t YEL
February 7, 1879 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.

MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.

LONDON PRODUCE-Mo"y. - - I [FIRSa RKPORT.J Sugar market extremely quiet. Coffee without'] change. Tea-1791 Packages Indian advertised For sale to-day. ?? dnill. 'Cotton'market gene- rally firm. Jute dull and 4nective.. Tallowj old, 34s 9d; new, 35s 9d to'36s alot.' Rape oil, tir
April 8, 1879 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN TOWN COUNCIL.

ABERDEEN TOWN COUNCIL.

- &BERDEEN TOWN COINCH4 MUNI1CIPAL DEPARTMENT. I eli Tbhe monthly meeting of this body fl5 held yesterday le1 afternoon - turd Provost 'Jamieson presiding. The ei ether members present ?? Donald; Sangster, & Smith, Macdonald, Esslernont, and Roes -Treasurer e 'Walker; Dean of Gui
April 8, 1879 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A CALCUTTA telegram received this morning does not favour the theory that Yakeob Khan contemplates

A CALCUTTA telegram received this morning does not favour the theory that Yakeob Khan contemplates

& ABERDEEN, FRIDAY, JN. 3, 1879. nd A;CALCUTA telegram received this morning does ; not favour the theury that Yakeob Kban contemplates an imnmeoiate Ihmiea I |an immediate submission. A day ago he summoned his soldiers and announced ianks, that be would grant their arrears of as
January 3, 1879 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SIR MICHAEL HICKS-BEACH AT GLOUCESTER.

SIR MICHAEL HICKS-BEACH AT GLOUCESTER.

'!iR MI LOUCEST-EBA AT ' r ThrOUCESTE tb Last night Sir Michael Hicks-Beach spoke at a meet- wi fo ig of the Conservative Association which was held in th e~althe hireHaN II-'feE ?? Ha-Goucester. The occasion was the in- in t is troduction of a second Conservative candidate, Mir
January 3, 1879 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIA I., lNT'F'LLlGENCE.| E T THE fJiuNFY' jMARKET, c C LONDON, Saturday night. There has been e woderate inquiry for money to- day, and short loan- were quoted easier, at 24 te 2j per ccent. The discount rate for first-class bills was about 27- per cent. No bullion operatio
February 17, 1879 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NEWS of a British victory in Zululand reached this country on Saturday. It is reported that immedi

NEWS of a British victory in Zululand reached this country on Saturday. It is reported that immedi

Yh! - ba-., O n -ua ABERDEENT, MONDAY, FEB. 17, 1879. | NEWS of a British victory in Zululand reached this country on Saturday. It is reported that inrmedi- I atelv affp., +.h.i r~oo - is - . I ~ -- - -iV- 14555 inimedl ately after the disastrous defeat of our troeps on the 22nd
February 17, 1879 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE AFGHAN WAR.

THE AFGHAN WAR.

THE AFHAF N WAR. iff - GENERAL ROBERTS'S COIATMN. le 0 O g tSHARRISSAFAL, February 8. Ig Owing to the-severe' weather, and the consequent loss s- of transport, the force has been still furthersubdivided. i- The Second Brigade remains at Khelat-i-Ghilzai, and 'o there are large de
February 17, 1879 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland