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FRENCH STRIKE ENDED.

FRENCH STRIKE ENDED.

transport en to resume WORK TO-DAY. / Paris, Saturday. M. had an interview to-day with the delegates oi the transport worketrs, and after the inter\ iew, the secretary of the Transport Federation declared that work would be resumed on condition that no punitive measures wero tak
June 16, 1919 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FOOD RIOTS IN GERMANY.

FOOD RIOTS IN GERMANY.

A Berlin . Copenhagen, Snnd«, °* to-day s date says that t 'Z pl 7 Lub,ck ' of our y plundered. The alleged SVunderi„7°^k.» bad food .nppV workers, who formed ?, in g on the T 0 Cd a *18 stlll 8 The Senate has s - I^ urbs " • Imperial troops in t^ anded the. intervention Juxther
June 16, 1919 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BY ORDER OP THE AMIR.

BY ORDER OP THE AMIR.

MULLAHS INCITING AFRIDIS TO RISE. Peshawar, Saturday. Tlie new Afghan Commandant is steadily order the Jalalabad district. ie town normal. It remains to be seen whether the returning confidence is due to the belief thai peace near to some other factor.* Reoent arrivals from Kabu
June 16, 1919 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FOREIGN EXCHANGE NOTES.

FOREIGN EXCHANGE NOTES.

Messrs Samuel Montagu and (jo., London, in their weekly review of foreign exchanges, of date June 12, say: The most important event affecting the foreign exchange market during the week occurred the 10th inst., when cables were received stating that the embargo on the export of
June 16, 1919 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PETERHEAD TEACHERS' MEETING.

PETERHEAD TEACHERS' MEETING.

TNp Peterhead group the Deer branch of Educational Institute of Scotland met in Peterhead Academy Saturday—Mr C. D. Rice, rer-tor the Aoaderny, pre»«iding. Rice proposed hi* successor Mr Jame.« Raitt, Mint-law, who took the cha.ir. Anna Davidson was reappoint secretary, and Rait
June 16, 1919 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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DINT KM?! NEWS

DINT KM?! NEWS

METHUCK. Scholarships.—At the examination held the 30th and 31st ult., .John Maodonald, Schoolhouse, and John Burnside, both pupils Methliok Higher Grade Public School, were successful joining Aberdeen Town Council Scholarships of £12. tenable for three years at the Grammar Scho
June 16, 1919 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BRECHIN MAN FOR LABOUR MINISTRY.

BRECHIN MAN FOR LABOUR MINISTRY.

In the Industrial Joint Council Sir Robert Home, under Ministry of Labour, W. Black, J.P., of W. Black Son. Brechin, president of the "Homc(Jrown Timber Merchant*' Association of Scotland, has been appointed one the two representatives for Scotland seat the board in London.
June 16, 1919 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE TURF.

THE TURF.

MANCHESTER MEETlNG—Saturday I.3O.—LYTHAM TWO-YEAR-OLD PLATE. ...... \ OharleviTle 2 Jeanie ...... Also ran.—Pari Avenue, Ihitch FMghft, V«fl. Betoting—o to 5 6 Charleville, 10 to 1 Jeanie Shiels. PADDOCK HANDICAP. Indian Feast t Magnolia - Bed Best - 3 heat. Stakes divided. Bett
June 16, 1919 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE FRENCH DERBY.

THE FRENCH DERBY.

Sunday. The Pn* <J U Jockey Club French Derby 100,000 (ranee, was run here to-day of Chaatiliy, where the course is ill not available. Result—M. VandortjUt's Tchad 1; M. Lazard's HaHebardier (M. Barat), 2; M. Ekraywi's Master Good (Garner), M. Vaaderbflfs (O'Neill), 4-
June 16, 1919 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllll 111 THEY GAVE THEIR LIVES that you might live. you not, out of the dep-h of your gratitude, to

the e ° le3S heroes of Merchant vice, send liberal donation to the funds the Socicty? £1000 will endow a Cabin in the Home aged Mariners Cheques should be made payable to the Secretary, Mercantile Marine Service A®* sociation, Tower Building, Water Street, Liverpool, and crossed
June 16, 1919 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland