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EDNA LYALL'S GRAVE.

EDNA LYALL'S GRAVE.

* 'i The grave Ivina I/yaD, in the Herefordshire village of Boa bury. defiCb by Evelyn Burges the Chn World” simplicity itself. hideous railing, no ponderous marble slab with inscription, mare the beauty the spot, but a plot of grass bordered by her 1 ' rose trees, on which will
September 16, 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HOLBEIN’S THOUGHTS DURING HIS

HOLBEIN’S THOUGHTS DURING HIS

SWIM. After his last long swim, Holbein was asked how occupied his thoughts all the time, and gave interesting answer to the question. Did I keep .the white cliffs of England mind’s eye; did I say prayers myself, repeat poetry, through the multipHeation tables, count black sheep
September 16, 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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September 16, 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE ELGIN EXHIBITION

THE ELGIN EXHIBITION

The exhibition continues to be well patronised, and is visited every day by numbers of citizens, members of county families, and tourists. Children from the Elgin schools are admitted in groups at a reduced rate, one of the teachers usually acting as guide. The young people from
September 16, 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WEDDING AT PORTSOY,

WEDDING AT PORTSOY,

pretty wedding was celebrated the Parish Church, Portsoy, Saturday, the contracting parties being Mr James Maclean, M.A. Sohoolhouse, and Mic® Minnie C. Riddech, second daughter of Mrs Hill Street, and of the late Mr John C. Riddoch, M.A.. Hie. Besides the guests there assembled
September 16, 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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LORD KITCHENER CALLED FOR,

LORD KITCHENER CALLED FOR,

are authorised to state that the following letter has been written Lord Rosebery a correspondent: Sir, —You ask me my opinion with regard the report of the Commission on the War, and the situation created its publication. views cam scarcely be a secret to any who have done me th
September 16, 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE MOTHER S EVIDENT.

THE MOTHER S EVIDENT.

THE MOTHER EVIDENT. Mrs Davidson. 144 Hutch eon Street West, said she was Mrs Webster’s mother. She used live Oldmeldrum. but came to Aberdeen two years ago. Mackintosh was a lodger with her daughter before witness came to Aberdeen. At first the two men were on good terms. After
September 16, 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CHILDREN KIDNAPPED BY GJPiSIES.

CHILDREN KIDNAPPED BY GJPiSIES.

A strange story of kidnapping by gipsies i& reported from Manchester. bttle boy and girl, aged eight and eleven reepoctiveiy, children Dr Macneilage, of Queen’s Park, Manchester, were on their way school Friday afternoon when a man jumped off a gipsies’ van. caught hold the girl
September 16, 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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* -x- Rev. Professor Cooper, of Glasgow University, was contributor to the “Dictionary of National Biography,” which lias just been completed, and lie has received an invitation ■•o an “at home” in London to be given by Mr George M. Smith, the well-known publisher, in honour the
June 27, 1900 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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The theory of rhe limited edition has yet {237'* the Globe ’) to be made clear to the plain lever of books. That it an exalted theory may b® allowed; that it is selfish one may ,j pectcd. There was time when all were limited—limited by their expense, 1 bigotry, by law, and, freq
June 27, 1900 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland