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CLEANSING DEPARTMENT SPOKES.

CLEANSING DEPARTMENT SPOKES.

to the ttee, and would pleasure in ooiiveying Mr BaU the sentimemto uttered by- ! ME TRAIL HONOURED. Chairman then Mr William Trail, of the Aberdeen Riding Academy, with a. handsome gold medai from the oommittee mark their the service® had rendered the
July 15, 1912 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
No. 1124. dins. FOLIO!, kc., ASBZBBMENTB NOM F.—The POW e admit of MIMS& the chariots I Ow TO sAbIIATII WROOL

No. 1124. dins. FOLIO!, kc., ASBZBBMENTB NOM F.—The POW e admit of MIMS& the chariots I Ow TO sAbIIATII WROOL

&clock. AiMaims 4Me ; dr at at COUII,BII OF LECTURES, Iv Inv. WILLIAM TRAIL. I. THL INATIRIAL M 1,111112 A WITNESS Vol ITV IMAMS: !Coarse of TOPS LW:TURES dove deliverod by Ow Rat. WILLIAM TRAIL, Pam Word= Zook Ws Ladd sad VOW d TM Loa. Lazo Poore', flak
November 3, 1864 - Daily Review (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
KEITH SHOW SPORTS.

KEITH SHOW SPORTS.

Elgin ("Ardella). Driving (14 hands and under 15).—1 A. Weir, Cornhill, Macduff; J. Wilson. Open gallop (any height).—l William Trail, Aberdeen; 2 M. Geddes, Lochside, Elgin ("Bella G."); 3 George G. Rennie, Westside, ('"Spider"). Driving (any height).—l
August 16, 1923 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
OPEN EVEYNTS.

OPEN EVEYNTS.

Hurdle race—l J Ferries ; 2 W Dales ; 3 W Henderson ; 4 G Henderson. Horse jumping-1 William Trail, Aberdeen ; 2 Sergeant-Major Minnie, Aberdeen ; 3 William Trail, jun., Aberdeen ; 4 J Foster, Aberdeen. Mile race-1 T Murray ;2 J P Morgan ;3 W Dales.
August 17, 1909 - Buchan Observer and East Aberdeenshire Advertiser - Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN LIFEBOAT SATURDAY,

ABERDEEN LIFEBOAT SATURDAY,

Ferry,'' from H.M. Theatre. Royal National Lifeboat and Crew from Stonehaven. Eight-in-hand from William Trail. Riding Academy, and Master William Trail Race Horse showing the "American Seat. Pipe Band of Ist V.8.G.H., under Pipe-Major Mann. Duckworth
October 11, 1907 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
If it acre not for the deeply rooted tiini that we are 111 our try the adoption of t!ie infinitely

If it acre not for the deeply rooted tiini that we are 111 our try the adoption of t!ie infinitely

Banker in Kirknall. Thom... Hutton. Esquire, Factor at Crantit for Lord lauridas, John Mitchell. Esq.. Writer in Kirkwall. William Trail) of Frmoft, Esquire. John Rae of 'iVire Isle. Eremite. Lieut. Gilbert Trail) of liaison. James .Spence. Esq., Eldest Bailie
February 9, 1938 - Orkney Herald, and Weekly Advertiser and Gazette for the Orkney & Zetland Islands - Kirkwall, Orkney, Scotland
 
Thrown from Char-a-Bangs.

Thrown from Char-a-Bangs.

behalf of defender, cited authorities with the view show-, that the defender was not liable, as the ehar-a-banos belonged William Trail, Aberdeen Riddng Academy, who was the position of sub-con tractor. Mr Johiistone con tended that there was oontraot with
October 11, 1917 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.

ABERDEEN FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.

No. 1056, of the National Independent Order Oddfellows, held in the Northern Friendly Society's Hall, last night-—Bro. William Trail, N.G., presiding the question of the Friendly Societies' Church parade South United Free Church, Sunday afternoon was discussed
July 7, 1904 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MONTROSE, ARBROATH, AND BRECHIN REVIEW, OCTOBER 24, 1884.

MONTROSE, ARBROATH, AND BRECHIN REVIEW, OCTOBER 24, 1884.

sick. It has been erected by Dr John Trail, Viewtteld, Arbroath, in memory of his brother, William Trail, surgeon, who died in 1871, and of his son, William Trail, M.D., surgeon H.M. 91st Regiment, who also died in 1871. Each of the windows is in three
October 24, 1884 - Montrose, Arbroath and Brechin review; and Forfar and Kincardineshire advertiser. - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

on adjourned summons with assaulting William Trail, and bis wi'e, Mary Ann, and with doing wilful darnlge to door belonging to the former. A cross summons taken out Ann Cook, wife of Thomas Cook, against William Trail was heard conjunction with this case
April 26, 1879 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England