Railwayman's War Bonus, [To I Sir, —The withdrawal " " statement in the " Express" 6th March is not altogether correct. There no doubt the salaried staff wjthin the station have got their bonu6, but what of the carting department's staffs? Are they not railway servants also? I t
The popular lecture to be delivered to-morrow evening in the Aberdeen Art Gallery Harry Townend. the director, will be on "The Development the Art Etching. ' The period covered will be from the time of Albert Durer to the death of Rembrandt, and addition to lantern illustrations
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AUSTRIAN CAPTURED Renewed the Yser. PROGRESS IN POLAND. Airman's Variable Feat ' W submarine sunk, I reported have W Austrian batteries \ and majority of 23 Three bat- Wep annihilated. V the l a an artillery duel has been made by Fr \» and > d, |J (lno '"strtot. North Russians a
! The following recruits were attested Barracke, Aberdeen, to-day■ F. Lamoot, R.F.A. R. Ingram, R.F.A. A. Thorn, Royal (Bantams). J. Turner, R.F.A. R. Smith, R. F. A. W. Simpson, A.S.C. J. Smith, A.S.C. D. R.F.A. J. Whyte, A.S.G. The first fivo men the list belong the city.
MOTOR COLLISION KING STREET. Cyclist Seriously Injured. While officer from the huts in King Street wa« this morning riding a motor cycle along that thoroughfare, with another officer sitting behind, the motor collided with cyclist, who was going' in opposite direction, and about
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