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HEAD HOUSEMAID,, thoroughly experienced, for country house ; good wages.

HEAD HOUSEMAID,, thoroughly experienced, for country house ; good wages.

October 15, 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SXFBESS REGISTRY OFFICE HOURS

SXFBESS REGISTRY OFFICE HOURS

REGISTRY OFFICE HOURS am. to 7 pm. Saturday— am.tos m. ATIBTRBBSES and SERVANTS ia Town and Country are respectfully invited writ* (*r in/erntatiwn regarding their requirement* t* THE BDPERINTENDENT and ’EX FREES ’’ BDILDIKOd, BfcOnD STREET, ABERDEEN. Tb* Lady Superintendent deai
October 15, 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE KING’S DEPARTURE FROM BALMORAL.

THE KING’S DEPARTURE FROM BALMORAL.

October 15, 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LORD TOG HORCIL IN DUNDEE.

LORD TOG HORCIL IN DUNDEE.

Lord Hugh Cecil, addressing the executive of the Forfarshire Liberal Unionist Association at Dundee Saturday, spoke of the danger change Government at- the present time. In regard the Education Bill, lie pointed out the weaknesses of the school board system, and combated the mis
October 15, 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
OF THB

OF THB

OF WEEKLY JOURNAL HAS be sent to press on TUESDAY NIGHT, Advertisementa carmot be guaranteed Insertion the whole impression unless received TUESDAY AFTERNOON.
October 15, 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HUGH MILL CR

HUGH MILL CR

Andrew Carr Hugh Miller Ccnte Provost Junor, Oro tention of erecting may be give £lOO for This gift of Cj satisfaction to the Miller. 'Mr Came intention of defray! of the tions. PRBSENTATIO Th* other 114 A- Duthie and ■with a few frh Hotel to bid Shewan, who leaves jMr J. M. Jam
October 15, 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A NIGHT ATTACK REPULSED.

A NIGHT ATTACK REPULSED.

On February 6th, 1901, they told me, 4000 Boers made night attack on th« camp at Lake three o’clock foggy morning. The Camerons were aroused find the enemy in their camp. Luckily the enemy attacked the strongest instead of the weakest part, and were ultimately beaten off. The We
October 15, 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AIR ANDREW CARNEGIE’S VISIT TO

AIR ANDREW CARNEGIE’S VISIT TO

DUNDEE. rhrnd«« mag'is't.rat.fß iri'et on I'riday. and under ooasi-deration arraniremeiite the vigrt. of Andrew Carri'egie, LL-D., to Dundee receive the freedom the on October 2A. It vtis decided tha-t the presentation ceremony taJre place in the Kinnaird Hall at one o’clock in
October 15, 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WOMAN ACCIDENTALLY KILLED IN

WOMAN ACCIDENTALLY KILLED IN

DUBLIN Th» back portion a. houee Dublin collapsed on Thursday. eight persons buried in the ruins, one woman, Annie Wawlor, was kiluod, but the re.mpinder, including two young ohildren, escaped with inj arios-
October 15, 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
RUGBY

RUGBY

Panrmire. ]8 points; Newport. 3 points. At Dundee. 2nd Perthshire, 6 points; 2nd High School, 5 points. At Perth. Nomads, 55 points; Grammar School. 5 points. Aberdeen. WateotHans. 28 points; P&rtickhHl, 0. At Edinburgh. Aberdeenshire. 5 points; Gmmnißr Sdhool E.P’s, nil. At Abe
October 15, 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland