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CATTLE.

CATTLE.

LONDON Monday. —Beasts, 850. Notwithstanding the supply and more favourable weather, trade showed improvement whatever either regard tone or value,* but a clearance is expected. There very littte demand for either cows or bulb; top value Scotch, 4s 6d par Btbs Sheep and lambs WO
March 13, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LINE TO AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, TASMANIA, CALLING AT FREMANTLE FOK THE WEST AUSTRALIAN GOLDFIELDS. FROM LONDON AND PLYMOUTH EVERY FORTNIGHT.

LINE TO AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, TASMANIA, CALLING AT FREMANTLE FOK THE WEST AUSTRALIAN GOLDFIELDS. FROM LONDON AND PLYMOUTH EVERY FORTNIGHT.

v - & CO. Managers | ANDERSON, ANDERSON <t CO. Hicf' Offices- AVENUE, London. For Passage, apply to latter Firm, at 5 Fenchurch Avenue, E.C., or the Weat End Branch Office, 16 Cookspur Street, S.W. ; or to JOHN S. CHALMERS, 56 Street, Aberdeen.
March 13, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS

BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS

SICK HEADACHE. CONSTIPATION, WIND AND PAINS THE ST DA ACH, IMPAIRED DIGESTION, DISORDERED LIVER., FEMALE AILMENTS ANNUAL SALE-SIX MILLION BOXES. In boxes, Is lid, and 9d each, with Directions. 'Die Is l£d Box contains 56 Pills, Prepared only the Proprietor THOMAS BKKCH AM, HKI.K
February 13, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HOME LIFE

HOME LIFE

Simplicity i« the keynote of her character, and at Sandringham the leads the quietest and life. She is out all day long fine weather with her dogs, and indoors generally surrounded by her grandchildren, who are to her, and whom she also adores, more especially Prince Edward York
February 13, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CROSSING THE APENNINES.

CROSSING THE APENNINES.

-Not long after our gaze at Florence the ascent of the Apennines! began, which had to crossed to reach Bologna. The increasing wildtness of the .scenery and the exhilarating breezes soon banished every painful thought. Verj% very slowly did our train get on. I phill work ,ig nev
February 13, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN EDUCATIONAL TRUST ACCOUNTS.

ABERDEEN EDUCATIONAL TRUST ACCOUNTS.

The abstract of the accounts of Aberdeen Educational Trust for the year to 31st December las* shows that the income was 17s 4d. including 15s of a credit balance, £2934 18s 9d from endowment rente, £3204 12s from the estate of (Muchalk, £287 14s 6d from the estate Easter Mucbalk
February 13, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
-position iho ABERDEEN COR I ST. Friday nx-f - the Dinkij and Puri °'vn Council was held ". for the

-position iho ABERDEEN COR I ST. Friday nx-f - the Dinkij and Puri °'vn Council was held ". for the

purpose c E’tinootion with the lir • wood by Messrs Councillor members of the mselves as being we the operations. ABERDEEN UNI SO( At the annual meetii t i}'? Med load Society h'e Students’ at Marischal Co of the mem e retarj- and treasure! in flourishing cor for the year we “re
February 13, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CORNHILL

CORNHILL

The office of postmistress a. Cornhill has been fi:!ed by the appointment Mm Chalmere The Poet. Office authorities have thus acceded lo i’r.9 petition the residents Cornhill and district. HERRING NETS PICKED AT SEA, Four herring nets and floats, derelict, whiti. were picked up r
February 13, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE EARL OF GALLOWAY

THE EARL OF GALLOWAY

The Right Hon. the Earl of Galloway, K.T., died Thursday at Oumloden, one of hie shooting lodges, near Newton-Stewart. Lord Galloway came old and (honoured stock. The family peerage dates from 1607, when James VI, created one of his lordship’s ancestors Baron of Garlles. The ear
February 13, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LETTER FROM PIET DE WET TO HIS BROTHER.

LETTER FROM PIET DE WET TO HIS BROTHER.

to tbe new Government, and try get responsible government. soon the finances allorv its being don©, shall govern the country virtually ourselves, have our children properly educated, and save the people as a nation. the other band, should the war continue a few months longer, th
February 13, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland