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INDUSTRIAL AND ART EXHIBIT;ON GIFT BY AN ABERDEEN FIRM. Mr P. Esslemont, convener of the Art and Museum Committee, has

INDUSTRIAL AND ART EXHIBIT;ON GIFT BY AN ABERDEEN FIRM. Mr P. Esslemont, convener of the Art and Museum Committee, has

received the following letter from Mr David Stewart, of Messrs S. R. Stewart & Co. Aberdeen Comb Works, Aberdeen, Bth December, 1884. My De r Sir, —Owing to Mr Thompson, the President of the Trades Council, asking me to exhibit some of our work at the Industrial Exhibition, 1 pr
December 13, 1884 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE AWARDS.

THE AWARDS.

The awards of the jurors, which were made last Friday evening, were only announced on Monday, the delay arising from the desire of the committee that the list should be accurate. The names of the judges have already been published; but there has to be added the name of Dr Forbes
December 13, 1884 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE ART GALLERY, ABERDEEN.

THE ART GALLERY, ABERDEEN.

(embroider}-), design from the Royal School of Art, South Kensington, gold medal ; 2, strip for chair, Mary H. Dull, 7S High Street, Elgin, certificate; 3, smoking coat, Mrs O. W. Howard Vyse, Donbank House, Bridge Don, Aberdeen, certificate. Crewel.—l. panel (satin), Margaret A
December 13, 1884 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SIIJli~iNG IJV'I1ELLlIGENCE. IAo, Xn!ED AT An: nl .-Octoher 12-St Nicholas, Ariit-A, L.ithl, guods. October 14.-James HalIl, Ml.gt, I ,osnbarg, goods. S.AIL 1), October 1:,-HFilaw, Dawman, London, Iools. O tober 11.-Alexamler Pirie Linlelater, -loill, Igoadis; Ilrvyh:, Gordou, Su
October 15, 1885 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ELECTION NEWS.

ELECTION NEWS.

I ELECTION N ?? n EAST ABERDEENSH1R'E. e MR PETER ESSLEMONT AT COLLtESTOX I, Mr Peter Esslemnont addressed a ineeting os 3electors il the Free Church, Collieston, last night. d Mr Silnl, Clochtow, who was called to tIle' ciair, )f nadea few rillill'5s, ill the coilrse ,fwhich ??
October 15, 1885 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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FOREIGN AND COLONIAL MAILS.

FOREIGN AND COLONIAL MAILS.

FOREIGN ANID COLONIAL MAILS. DESPATCH OYi NEXT MIAILS. Nax.E DESTINATIONS. FROii LO:-DON. MAIL Din Ascension ?? via Plymouth ?? Dec. 8 E Nov. Is Australia, viz.: Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland South Australia, and Tas- mania, via Brindisi ?? Nov. 18 E Nov, 22 Western Austr
November 17, 1887 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

MAKING'UP - DEPARTMENTS. 1 i 5oo PRATT& KfEITH/ MaI H AVE pleasure 3in Announcing the Return fidei of their Buyers from PARIS AND LONDON with a 3lagnicent Assortment of the Leading Novelti"e oil ,ie season. __ FIRST DRESSMAKING .DEPARTMENT.. PAERI9 MODEL COSTUM¢ES. / Pressmaling
December 14, 1886 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NEW GOODS

NEW GOODS

AUTUMN & WINTER SEASON. PRATT & KEITH NNOUNCE the Rotuni of their Buyer from PARIS AND LONDON, WITH A MAGNIFICENT ASSORTMENT OF NEW FASHIONABLE GOODS, AND ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON. PARIS MODEL COSTUMES. SILKS, SATINS. VELVET', DRESSES, COSTUMES, MANTLES, JACKETS, D
November 1, 1884 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A GAWK IN THE BKT.

A GAWK IN THE BKT.

As a rule I do not care to give a place to the compositions of little children, because they are mostly imitations, or re-productions of something they have seen or read. But the following lines, written by little girl of ten years, strike me being exceptionally original in thou
November 1, 1884 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THREE MEN DROWNED

THREE MEN DROWNED

On Wednesday morning a fishing boat, belonging to Applecross, was capsized near Scapa while proceeding to lift herring nets, and the crew, three in number, were all drowned. The accident was not known of till Wednesday evening, when the boat was observed by the steamer Glencoe f
November 1, 1884 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland