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MACDUFF.

MACDUFF.

Police Court. —OnTuesday beforeßaillies Simpson and Gordon —appeared George Findlay, fisherman, to answer to a charge of breach of the peace. Findlay pled guilty, and was fined 7s 6d,with the alternative of four days’ imprisonment. He paid the fine. James Smith, labourer, and Wi
October 19, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MR CROSS AT KIRKDALE.

MR CROSS AT KIRKDALE.

CROSS AT KIRKDALE. Thursday afternoon laidthefoundationstone of the new Church of St Lawrence at Kirkdale, Liverpool. The right hon, gentleman, who was accompanied by Mr Torr, M.P., Colonel Ireland Blackburne, M.P., and a number of the resident gentry and clergy of the neighbonrh
October 19, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A COMPLETE FAMILY OUTFIT

A COMPLETE FAMILY OUTFIT

COMPLETE FAMILY OUTFIT CHINA. GLAGS, AND EARTHENWARE,
October 12, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AMERICAN BRACE.

AMERICAN BRACE.

NO MORE ROUND-SHOULDERED MEN BOYS! This Brace, in its peculiar construction, has all the advantages of A SHOULDER AND TROUSERS BRACE COMBINED, Ist. It expands the chest, gives free respiration to the lungs. 2nd. It will keep your shoulders straight. 3rd. It does not disarrange t
October 12, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CHILDREN !

CHILDREN !

This Brace, in its peculiar construction, has all the advantages of A SHOULDER BRACE AND SKIRT SUPPORTER COMBINED. Ist. It expands the chest, and yives free respiration to the lungs. 2nd. It will keep the shoulders straight. 3rd. Relieves back, hips, abdominal organs, by suspend
October 12, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
In consequence of spnrions imitations of

In consequence of spnrions imitations of

October 12, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SCSTENTATION FUND.

SCSTENTATION FUND.

Dr Smith, Keig Tough, reported on this fund for the past four mouths ending 14t h September. The decrease on the fund was £990 13s Bd. There was a decrease upon the contributions from associations of £25 10s lOd, and a decrease on donations and legacies of £lOl6 6d. He then read
October 12, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CHURCH COLLECTIONS,

CHURCH COLLECTIONS,

After some remarks by Rev. Mr Duncan, Lynturk, it was agreed, on the motion of Rev. Dr Robson, that the scheme approved of by the Synod in regard to church collections should be sent to the different congregations of the Presbytery, requesting them to report at next meeting of P
October 12, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
COEN AIAKKETS.

COEN AIAKKETS.

LONDON, Monday.—Jlarket continuo-i ver dull. Both English and foreign wheat ruled flat, and effect sales Is , decline from last Mondaj-’s rates had to be ted o. Fleur was also 6d per sack and barrel lower to sell Barley ; Malting sorts the turn cheaper. Fine oa;* Arm, hot inferi
October 12, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DUNDEE.

DUNDEE.

Stoppage op a Spinning Mill.— Messrs O. G. Miller and Co. have given notice to their workpeople of their north spinning mill that it will be stopped on Thursday next, the 17th, owing to depression in trade. Accident at Dundee Harbour—Three Men Injured. An accident, by which thre
October 12, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland