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THE EXPRESS SERVANTS REGISTRY AND WOMEN’S EMPLOYMENT AOENOY. you am in wan! of a SITUATION the best way obtain one

THE EXPRESS SERVANTS REGISTRY AND WOMEN’S EMPLOYMENT AOENOY. you am in wan! of a SITUATION the best way obtain one

is to apply to THE SUPERINTENDENT, Express Registry, Broad Street, Aberdeen. Experienced BARMAID disengaged. Pirst-Class COOK disengaged; wants season place HOUSEKEEPER disengaged, 25 years last situation , excellent reference ; £l5-£lB. GOVERNESS; French, Music, Drawing ; first
June 26, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AT A DISCOUNT OF

AT A DISCOUNT OF

AT DISCOUNT OF TWENTY PER CENT, OFF ORIGINAL COST, WILL OFFER THE SAME, IN VARIOUS WIDTHS, AT THE UNDERNOTED CHEAP PRICES : NATURAL WASHING JAPS. INCHES WIDE, . . 10|D PER YARD, 23 INCHES WIDE, 1/OJ, 1 1 SI, 1/41 PER YARD, . 1/6J AND 1/9 PER YARD. 1/92, l/lU, & 2/3 PER YARD. 27 I
June 26, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Oe iSicvkcu Journal

Oe iSicvkcu Journal

iSicvkcu Journal CHIEF. OFWCE—BROADrS-tREET,- ABERDEEN. London Office—s NEW BRIDGE STREET.EC JOURNAL ABERDEEN - -4; TELEPHONE—'No. ABUHttEEN, WBDNfiSIMY- JUNE 26. 1901
June 26, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
fNDER THE DEE,

fNDER THE DEE,

THE DEE, » Sewerage Committee cil held Friday * r lumbers —ex-Banllie Bro c—it. was resolved to sin in, with the sewer unde feet deeper, a-i it A uture wharves of the Dee would deepened.
June 26, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GRANUTE AN® WELTNOTONiE QUARIbY WORKERS" ASSOCI ATION.

GRANUTE AN® WELTNOTONiE QUARIbY WORKERS" ASSOCI ATION.

AN® WELTNOTONiE QUARIbY WORKERS" ASSOCI ATION. The annual general meeting of this aseocia>tion took place the Immerlal Hotel, Aberdeen, la»t week. There good attendance members. Mr F. ManueMe. London, Leicester, Guernsey, and Aberdeen, the president, occupied the chair, and among
June 26, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE JUDGE SUMS UP.

THE JUDGE SUMS UP.

Lord Kincairney then addressed the jury. pointed out that charge of murder included th© minor one of culpable homicide, but that in this case the evidence had been to show that the prisoner was insane. Nobody saw the murder committed, and all they knew about it was from prisoner
June 26, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TWO SEAMEN DROWNED.

TWO SEAMEN DROWNED.

During the on Sunday the barquentir.o 'Tweed, of PavGTsha.m, dragged her anchor in the Solent drifted on, the northern shore. In attempting to drop another anchor from boat Robert Rowleys, of Hartlepool, and Charles Drew, of WhitstabLe, were drowned. The importation of hares fro
June 26, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE ARRANGEMENTS

THE ARRANGEMENTS

Colonel Oruden, V.D., the capable and energetic secretary, had made the arrangements as» complete possible to ensure the success of the gathering. He wae ably assisted in the ticket office Sergeant-Major Gordon, whose only regret that rainy weatber on Wednesday and Thursday did
June 26, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26. 1901 Page 10

THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26. 1901 Page 10

impressive discourse from Exodus xvii., 15. Among the officers present were: Captain Law, com mancing; . and . Surgeon Lieutenant - Colonel Mitchell. . .. STONEHAVEN. Strayed Homer 'Stonehaven. —There arrived a dwelling-house in- Stonehaven on Thursday, in an exhausted condition
June 26, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE NEW THOMSON LECTURER

THE NEW THOMSON LECTURER

Rev. William Profeit. M.A., of Strathdou portrait ie here given), k the new Thomson Lecturer Natui/il Scie* ce in Aberdeen United Free Church College. It a signal honour for a local minister from a country district to called to occupy post which has been tilled by some of the mo
June 26, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland