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SHEARLING TUPS

SHEARLING TUPS

Mr William Goodlet, Bolshan—Colonel Ferguson of Pitfour, £8 ; Mr Charles Stuart, 10s ; Mr Robertson, Mains of Edyall, £0 ; Mes.-rs Furcaddie Sons, £S 5s ; Mr Mitchell. John’s Wells, £6 10s ;Mr Hall, Bruxie, 5s Mr Pirie Middleton of Rattray, 10s; Mr C. Stuart, £6 10s ; MrT.. Forb
October 5, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CYPRUS AND SYRIA. WE HAVE ARRANGED FOR PUBLICATION IN THE A BERDEEN JO URN A L OF SERIES OF LETTERS

CYPRUS AND SYRIA. WE HAVE ARRANGED FOR PUBLICATION IN THE A BERDEEN JO URN A L OF SERIES OF LETTERS

PROM CYPRUS AND RI A, BY THE DISTINGUISHED2HTERATEUR AND TRAVELLER, MR HEPWORTH DIXON. Mr Dixon left on Tuesday, 17th ult., for Greece, Cyprus, and Syria in connection with the great surrey undertaken the Palestine Exploration Society, of which he is Chairman. Apart from his exp
October 5, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN LIVERPOOL, ABERDEEN, DUNDEE, LEITH, STROMNESS, STORNOWAY. INVERNESS, Sic. UNLESS PREVENTED BY ANY UNFORESEEN OCCURRENCE, rpHE Screw Steamer

STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN LIVERPOOL, ABERDEEN, DUNDEE, LEITH, STROMNESS, STORNOWAY. INVERNESS, Sic. UNLESS PREVENTED BY ANY UNFORESEEN OCCURRENCE, rpHE Screw Steamer

PRINCESS ALICE” PRINCESS BEATRICE,” TUSKAR or other Steamers, are intended to sail with Goods and Passengers between the above Ports, 'Hiring the Month of OCTOBER, as under:
October 19, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
“AMERICAN” LINE

“AMERICAN” LINE

UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. T IYERPOOL TO PHILADEL; PHI A every WEDNESDAY, First-class, full-powered Iron Steamships. Accommodation for passengers equal to any European Line. Passengers and Goods landed at Philadefc the Whar of the Pennsylvania Railroad. This is the shortest an
October 19, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DEPOSITS.

DEPOSITS.

PER CENT. INTEREST allowed on Sums 02 £lO and upwards, repayable on one month's notice, the interest rising witli the Bank Deposit Rate, when the latter higher than per cent., 4 PER CENT. INTEREST, payable half-yearly, on Sums of £5OO and upwards (to a limited extent), fixed per
October 19, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
J. & AY. M‘PH E R S 0

J. & AY. M‘PH E R S 0

J. & AY. M‘PH E R 0 HAVE now got to hand a large and carefully Selected Stock of FLANNELS BLANKETS SERGES, and WOOL SHIRTINGS, of Superior makes. ,n„. , he e G<x s , ere Contracted for in May, and possess all the advantages of Summer Manufacture, while Prices are lower man last y
October 19, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CROSSE & BLACKWELL

CROSSE & BLACKWELL

have been awarded two gold medals THE PARIS EXHIBITION, 187 8. SEASONABLE DELICACY. BROWN & POLSON’S CORN FLOUR IS THE MOST AGREEABLE AND MOST WHOLESOME ACCOMPANIMENT For STEWED FED IT of£all Kinds. PURCHASERS SHOULD ALWAYS SEE THAT THEY GET BROWN & POLSON’S CORN FLOUR, OTHER KI
October 19, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GOSSIP FROM LONDON.

GOSSIP FROM LONDON.

From the London Correspondent of the Daily Journo.. There is some ground for hoping that, after all, hostilities in Afghanistan may be avoided. If the reply of the Ameer is, as is now hoped, amicable, he will be required to apologise and to receive the mission. Under any circums
October 19, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MOST DIGESTIBLE AND CONVENIENT FORM. 143 NEW BOND STREET, LONDON, AND ALL CHEMISTS. ''" A- '' ' THE ROYAL NURSERIES,

MOST DIGESTIBLE AND CONVENIENT FORM. 143 NEW BOND STREET, LONDON, AND ALL CHEMISTS. ''" A- '' ' THE ROYAL NURSERIES,

And Containing the HIGHEST AMOUNT OF NOURISHMENT in the
October 19, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
RHEUMATISM.

RHEUMATISM.

There are few complaints more difficult to remove by ordinary remedies than Rheumatism ; none yield more readily to the soothing influence of Magnetism, and the rapidity with which a cure, or very considerable relief, is obtained is often almost incredible
October 19, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland