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ROYAL VISIT TO HIGHGATE.

ROYAL VISIT TO HIGHGATE.

Princess Louise (Duchess Argyll), accompanied by the Duke of Argyll, on Saturday afternoon visited Higligate, and unveiled the statue of Sir Sydney Waterlow in Waterlow Park, which was presented to the County Council by Sir Sydney in 1889. Her Royal Highness and the Duke of Argy
August 1, 1900 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE DUTIES OF RECRUITERS.

THE DUTIES OF RECRUITERS.

General CThapmaa, the officer commanding the Scottish Dietnet, has iegued army order inviting the attention all ranks to the duties recruiters, defined E-egulations for Recruiting, IiXK). Just published. ll© particularly recommend* the dofimtion of “recruiting aent," which “any
August 1, 1900 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
QUOITING

QUOITING

A match (eight a-aide) between Turriff (firsts) and Glendronach (firsts) was played at Turriff on Saturday afternoon with the following result: TURRIFF. G. Ironside 21 William Michie 18 James Davidson ... GLENDRONACH W. Shearer James Robb A. Neish A. Robertson 21 W. Middleton 12
August 1, 1900 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
56 KING STREET FARMS TO LET

56 KING STREET FARMS TO LET

KING STREET FARMS TO LET pARiM NEAR INSOH TO LET The FARM of ANTON near Insch, cn the Estate Wardhoune, presently occupied Mr James Beattie (who is not be an offerer), containing about 142 Acres Arable and 4 Acres Pasture, etc . i? Let Lea;e, for such period may be agreed upon, f
October 1, 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NURSEMAID, Young, French or Scotch, and R.C., Wanted; two children; good country place; £l2. YOUNG GIRL Wanted, to assist in

NURSEMAID, Young, French or Scotch, and R.C., Wanted; two children; good country place; £l2. YOUNG GIRL Wanted, to assist in

house and shop; one lady ; good home for orphan girl. KITCHENMAID Wanted, for country house; North; lady and gentleman ; 8 servants; £lB-£2O. Good VACANCIES for GENERAL IO SERVANTS. GENERAL (Experienced) Wanted, for town; must good Plain Cock; Nurse kept; three in family; £22. Y
November 12, 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WATERPROOF RICK COVERS. BEST QUALITY & BEST VALUE. JAMES A OKIE & CO., Ltd., INVKRURIK, NEW DEER, A-ND

WATERPROOF RICK COVERS. BEST QUALITY & BEST VALUE. JAMES A OKIE & CO., Ltd., INVKRURIK, NEW DEER, A-ND

November 12, 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
YARMOUTH

YARMOUTH

telegram was received in Fraserburgh last Wednesday intimating the total loss at sea the herring boat Meridian (IR. HO), of luverallochy. Fortunately the crew were landed all right. The boat belongs to Lewis Duthie, and was hired the eldest brother, Mr James Duthie, of the boat
November 12, 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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** * “What’s this thing?” asked a man who was inspecting a music emporium. “That? Oh, that’s used on violins. We call it a chin-rest.” Gimme one ! ” exclaimed the visitor. “ S’pose it would work on wife?”
November 12, 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SAFETY OF CREW.

SAFETY OF CREW.

According to information received in Peterhead Saturday evening another Peterhead whaler, the last of the of Aberdeenshire whalers, has come to grief in the Arctic regions, but happily this occasion there has been immunity from loss of life. The ketch Kate put into Wick and Mr M
November 12, 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AN ABERDEEN FISHING BOAT MYSTERY. RUN ASHORE BERVIE. fishing boat und«r peculiar circumstances was observed the other morning running for

AN ABERDEEN FISHING BOAT MYSTERY. RUN ASHORE BERVIE. fishing boat und«r peculiar circumstances was observed the other morning running for

Bervie Bay. There was only one man aboard, and he ran the boat right on the beach. The boat’s name is Star Bethlehem (625 A.), of Aberdeen. being questioned by Sergeant Nicdlaon the man gave very disjointed story, much of which could hardly be credited. He said was blown out sea
November 12, 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland