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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS.

TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS.

THE WAR. THE COMING NAVAL BATTLE A Press Association telegram, dated Paris. Monday, says: The "Journal" states in a St Petersburg message that the Admiralty is hourly expecting an encounter of the Russian and Japanese fleets. THE BALTIC FLEET A FRENCH PORT. OFFICIAL STATEMENT AT
April 17, 1905 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE LATE BAILIE LANG TODD.

THE LATE BAILIE LANG TODD.

late Bailio 11 arr that the funeral of the day aft., Lang Todd will take place Wednes- p,. 00 "' from, Sit Giles* Cathedral the Cathedra 1 * A service will be held in the attended by Edinburgh Cor- (> esen of the Scottish Liberal witv,' Scottish Liberal Club, and other r<y., r'
April 17, 1905 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
WESLEYAN MINISTER MISSING.

WESLEYAN MINISTER MISSING.

Mr Stanley Osborne, Wesleyan minister, attached Helens circuit, and native Padstow, where had been staying on account his health, left home on Saturday morning call on his doctor, and has not since been seen. A search resulted in the discovery of an umbrella on the cliffs and a
April 17, 1905 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE LOADED GUN DANGER.

THE LOADED GUN DANGER.

Gun accidents, despite numerous warnings, are as frequent as ever. Only the other day there was a frightful mishap at Newbigging, and now oomes news of a fatality at Montrose. The victims have been boys whose curiosity has led them to handle rifles left lying about. Where the da
April 17, 1905 - Dundee Evening Post - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
are to hear good deal about P-resident Roosevelt's shooting. elderly minister who opened the Illinois with prayer on. Tuesday, tearfully

are to hear good deal about P-resident Roosevelt's shooting. elderly minister who opened the Illinois with prayer on. Tuesday, tearfully

described the perils the which encompass Mr Roosevelt, and continued :—" Whether these monsters the mountains flee from him in fear, fly «t him fury, may find himself profceoted, that can say, like David, that the Lord has delivered him out the paw of the lion and the paw the be
April 17, 1905 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN CORPORATION AND THE EDUCATION BILL.

ABERDEEN CORPORATION AND THE EDUCATION BILL.

THE WITHDRAWAL THE RESIDUE AND EQUIVALENT GRANTS. The Finance and Bills and 'Law ot the Aberdeen Town Council will report the council to-day that they had discussed the provisions of the Education {Scotland) Bill, and had' more immediately under consideration the clauses dealing
April 17, 1905 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE ABERDEEN ASSOCIATION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS.

THE ABERDEEN ASSOCIATION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS.

VISIT TO SIB WILLIAM & CO.S WORKS, GLASGOW. On Saturday, the members the A bond-eon Association of Civil Engineers made a visit to world-famed bridge works of Messrs Sir V. iliiajn Arrol and Com pany. Glasgow. The visiting party, the number of 36, travelled from Aberdeen by 6.45
April 17, 1905 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE RAILWAY DISASTER IN ITALY.

THE RAILWAY DISASTER IN ITALY.

THE RAILWAY DISASTER ITALY. A telegram states that it now known that in tho railway collision at Ronco, near Genoa, Friday night, persons were injured'
April 17, 1905 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The Highland complement voluntc. artillery, after undergoing seven days' training Barracks, Mont rose, left for home special Caledonian Railway train

The Highland complement voluntc. artillery, after undergoing seven days' training Barracks, Mont rose, left for home special Caledonian Railway train

4.25 n,.in. <>n Saturday, ar.d the remaining oonitnerent. the Banffshire men, travelled tfae 12.29 North .British Una.
April 17, 1905 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PARLIAMENTARY NOTES.

PARLIAMENTARY NOTES.

THE UNEMPLOYED BILL. is officially stated that it is not proposed to include Scotland the Unemployed Bill, which is be introduced this week.
April 17, 1905 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland