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ABERDEEN.

ABERDEEN.

white fishing is industry which has lately grown to be a very important one locally, in fact, Aberdeen is now generally coming to be looked upon as the leading fishing station in Scotland, if not in Great Britain. This result: has been attained, no doubt, for moat part, through
December 31, 1888 - Aberdeen Free Press - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MITCHEL L & MUIL,

MITCHEL L & MUIL,

LIMITED, Biscuit Manufacturers, ABERDEEN. Bread and BY APPOINTMENT TO THE QUEEN. CHRISTMAS AND THE NliW-YEAR. MITCHELL & MUIL, LIMITED, have much pleasure again inriting the attention of their Customers and the Public to their Magnificent Assortment ef CAKES, BUNS, SHORTBREAD, A
December 31, 1888 - Aberdeen Free Press - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WANTED, a Good General SERVANT. ' » Plain Cooking, Washing, and Dressing. Apply, 2 Place. WANTED Immediately, Theroughly COOK, for

WANTED, a Good General SERVANT. ' » Plain Cooking, Washing, and Dressing. Apply, 2 Place. WANTED Immediately, Theroughly COOK, for

Gentleman’s House Town. Brothers. YOU LAD Y Wanted BOOKKEEPER for Music Warehouse in Town; musical preferred. Apply, 552, Free Press Office. WANT ED,TwoGood General SERYANTS. Apply, once, RKGISTER OFFICE, No. 5 Place, Alverdeen.
December 31, 1888 - Aberdeen Free Press - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A L L S. PLAYFAIR, Union Bridge, Aberdeen. TjHNEST OLD SCOTCH WHISKY Sold 1- in any quantity as receive 1

A L L S. PLAYFAIR, Union Bridge, Aberdeen. TjHNEST OLD SCOTCH WHISKY Sold 1- in any quantity as receive 1

from the Distillery: acknowledged all who have use i it Vs the bast that can be obtaioe l. ALFRED E. Gallowgaiv, Aberdeen.
December 31, 1888 - Aberdeen Free Press - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
“THE EXCELSIOR’S’ FAMED SPECIALTIES IN BOOTS, SHOES, & SLIPPERS. EVERYBODY SHOULD READ THIS. Sae MEN’S BOOTS nn<l SHOES:— TACKETKD BOOTS,

“THE EXCELSIOR’S’ FAMED SPECIALTIES IN BOOTS, SHOES, & SLIPPERS. EVERYBODY SHOULD READ THIS. Sae MEN’S BOOTS nn<l SHOES:— TACKETKD BOOTS,

at lid, 5s 6d, 7s 6d, 6d, 10* 6d, 11s and 6d. MEN’S HALF-WATERPROOF BOOTS, Heavy Ironed, lls 6d and 12s 6d. We defy all competition with thosi for Country Wear. MEN’S BLOCKED ELASTIC SIDES, at 7s and 9s 9d—cannot be beat, MEN’S LACED BOOTS, at 5s 9d. 6s 6d. 7s 6d, 9s 6d, aud 11s
December 31, 1888 - Aberdeen Free Press - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GLASS AND CHINA SHOWROOMS, 41 UNION STREET. TIXTENSIVE and Choice Selection of Beat X-i Class DINNER WARE, DESSERT WARE, TEA

GLASS AND CHINA SHOWROOMS, 41 UNION STREET. TIXTENSIVE and Choice Selection of Beat X-i Class DINNER WARE, DESSERT WARE, TEA

SETS, TOILET WARE, TABLE CRYSTAL. Every Requisite in above for Season’s Trade. DECANTERS, WINE GLASSES. TUMBLERS, &C., &a ORNAMENTATi GOODS, suitable for Presentation, in Great Variety. All to be Ottered much under Haling; Prices. INSPIiCTION FREELY INVITED.
December 31, 1888 - Aberdeen Free Press - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH VIA PEimi AND STIRUtfO.

EDINBURGH VIA PEimi AND STIRUtfO.

ORANGES!! ORANGES!!! Loads of raatly Fine Oranges, 2 lb*. 24d, Is 'v.T J;?; stone; Finest American Apples, 2d lb., or Is atone; ' ,aon . tea* ——— .- ■D 9J 9Aj Mixed Drops, 3d lb., or 4 lbs. lid; Finest Lozenges, 3Ad, , . ' or 4 lbs. Is Id; Loaf Sugar. 7 lbs. Is Gra.mlated arrlre
December 31, 1888 - Aberdeen Free Press - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MR GLADSTONE ON O’CONNELL.

MR GLADSTONE ON O’CONNELL.

The forthcoming naraber of the Nineteenth Century contains article by Mr Gladstone upon Daniel O’Connell, Mr Gladstone admits that in early life he shared the prejudices against O’Connell which were established, not by conviction, but by tradition and education, but he was not b
December 31, 1888 - Aberdeen Free Press - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
clay ; 24 loads per acre farmyard manure, male two-year-old oatlle getting about six lbs. of oaks and corn each

clay ; 24 loads per acre farmyard manure, male two-year-old oatlle getting about six lbs. of oaks and corn each

and kept in open court, applied in the drill. The lea when broken up was 8 years old, after which two white crops were taken none of which got manure. (6) Mains of Catterline. —Soil strong brown loam on open gravel; 17 loads acre farmyard manure, ma ie under cover, applied the d
December 31, 1888 - Aberdeen Free Press - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GLASGOW STOCK EXCHANGE.

GLASGOW STOCK EXCHANGE.

Settling Day— Wednesday, January 16. done, Caledonian Va *i Do. Deferred I .... 11V Glas. and South-Western 105 1 /,a Great North of Scotland Highland 83a London and Brighten I>f. Lond., Chatham, & Dover 23 1 5 / ,g 4 y ia Sheffield Deferred 36’/* North British Ord 65'L %6Vi I)e
December 31, 1888 - Aberdeen Free Press - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland