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Fire drama aboard sinking freighter fHE 6410-TON Norwegian freighter Tomar, Els hull glowing from raging fire, is reported Bear to

Fire drama aboard sinking freighter fHE 6410-TON Norwegian freighter Tomar, Els hull glowing from raging fire, is reported Bear to

complaining of a headache a 13- )ld Aberdeen boy was dead. The boy, William Trail, <* 4» Pro*hall Terraca, had been play* ins with hie pale earlier the Crtef-eUioken father, Mr William Trail, a abeet metal worker at lawurle Loco Woifes. said the cause of
January 6, 1968 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

of Lanca.ster.road, Notting-hill. BURROUGHS—GEDDES.—June 4, at St. Peter's Church, Sutton-place, Edinburgh, Frederick William Trail Burmughs, Esq., of Rousay, J. P., D.L., Colonel and Lieutenant-Colonel, 93rd Sumerian(' Highlanders, son of Major- General
June 10, 1870 - Home News for India, China and the Colonies - London, London, England
 
A BAZ ENDOWMENT FOND for the BAGGED and INDUSTBIAL SCHOOL INVEBNESS, will be held in the ACADEMY HALL, On Thursday,

A BAZ ENDOWMENT FOND for the BAGGED and INDUSTBIAL SCHOOL INVEBNESS, will be held in the ACADEMY HALL, On Thursday,

and freely remarked upon, the time, by others besides myself. 1 have the honour to be, Rev. Sir, your obedt. Servant, WILLIAM TRAIL. The Rev. Hector Mackenzie. Manse of Moy, 11th June 1856. Rev. Sir, —As your letter, reply to mine of the 6th inst., is
June 19, 1856 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
Royal scottish geographical SOCIETY. Captain ANGUS BUCHANAN, M.C., will lecture Into the Heart of the Sahara," with Cinematograph Views, in

Royal scottish geographical SOCIETY. Captain ANGUS BUCHANAN, M.C., will lecture Into the Heart of the Sahara," with Cinematograph Views, in

intimate that they have acquired {he Lease the Business Premises tenanted at Queen's Cross for many years past by Mr WILLIAM TRAIL. From this date Messrs Campbell and Seller's Business will be carried from the Premises at Queen's Cross, which will in
November 27, 1923 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN UNIVERSITY PRIZE-LIST. UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN. TDDENTS WHO HAVE GAINED PRIZES, KEDALS AND CERTIFICATES. I Jolt, I. University Prize*. L

ABERDEEN UNIVERSITY PRIZE-LIST. UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN. TDDENTS WHO HAVE GAINED PRIZES, KEDALS AND CERTIFICATES. I Jolt, I. University Prize*. L

Aberdeen. Order Merit —3 Andrew J. M. Dick, Mnnlochy, Ross-shire, Kenneth M. Laing, Glenlivet, John P. MacKenzie, Aberdeen, William Trail, Strichen, and James M. Wyllie, Stonehaven—• equal; 8 Robert C. Bannerman, Aberdeen, William T. Brown, Cratliie, and Thomas
July 8, 1927 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
RECORD ATTENDANCE AND DRAWINGS AT ABERDEEN SHOW.

RECORD ATTENDANCE AND DRAWINGS AT ABERDEEN SHOW.

equipage competition. The prize - winners were:— 1 William Trail, Queen's Cross, Aberdeen ; 2 William Wisely and! Sons, Ltd., Virginia Street, Aberdeen; 3 William Reith, Kennerty Dairy; 4 William Trail. For the bost-appointod single turnout, pony mares
July 18, 1919 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Intclltgcnce. PmiHUtD.—J rritvd. —August 4, Onward, Henderson, Sunderiand; Eeljo Bowman, Schenk, Fiahing ground. 5, Constanoe, Adams, Bunotwn; Galloway Lass, Johnston,

Intclltgcnce. PmiHUtD.—J rritvd. —August 4, Onward, Henderson, Sunderiand; Eeljo Bowman, Schenk, Fiahing ground. 5, Constanoe, Adams, Bunotwn; Galloway Lass, Johnston,

Macduff. Sailed. —August 3. William Bartlet, Trail, Harburgh. 4, Lizzie, Kitcbk, .Stettin. 5, Teaser, Stephen, do. ; Haabet, reareon, Rnaehearty; Dolphin, M'Demiont, Kibe; Northe.nor, Owen, do. 7, William Bartlet, Trail, Harbuigh, 8, Lord Willoughby
August 11, 1871 - Buchan Observer and East Aberdeenshire Advertiser - Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Jr you are troubled with a bad Cough or Cold, Difficulty of Breathing, Hoarseness of Hacklness in the Throat, get

Jr you are troubled with a bad Cough or Cold, Difficulty of Breathing, Hoarseness of Hacklness in the Throat, get

Agents—Rsimes & Co., Duncan & Flockbart, W. d R. Hetrick & Co., and Glasgow Apothecaries Co. Agent for Thurso —Mr WILLIAM BREAINKR, Trail! Street. COBDEN'S QU INInE AND PILLS.—The New Tapia.— besphorns is the life and food of brain, blood, and nerve. If
January 4, 1878 - Caithness Courier - Thurso, Caithness, Scotland
 
CAPTURE OF FOXES AT LOGIE-COLDSTONE.

CAPTURE OF FOXES AT LOGIE-COLDSTONE.

death took place yesterday at, Mrs Rose's Nursing Home, King's Gate, the result of accident, of William D. Trail, 16 years of age, eldest eon. of William Trail, Aberdeen. Riding Academy. The accident took in the yard the Riding Academy m Road on Saturday
April 25, 1911 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE DOSPRL MILITANT, OR JOSEPH AND • THE AFGHAN DIFFICULTY. ELIZA IN TROGBLE. • A Los noN correspondent says I

THE DOSPRL MILITANT, OR JOSEPH AND • THE AFGHAN DIFFICULTY. ELIZA IN TROGBLE. • A Los noN correspondent says I

Wholesale Agents—Raimes & Co., Duncan & Flockhart, W. & R. Hetrick & Co., and Glasgow Apothecaries' Co. Agent for Thum —Mr WILLIAM BREMNER, Trail! Street. AND FRORPHORUN PILLS.—The New Tonic.—Phosphoros is the life and food of brain, blood, and nerve. If your
October 11, 1878 - Caithness Courier - Thurso, Caithness, Scotland