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Cabinetmaking - Wanted, strong lad—Apply Davidson Brothers, Summer Street. EVENING EMPLOYMENT (outdoor) of a very remunerative and highly respectable character-

Cabinetmaking - Wanted, strong lad—Apply Davidson Brothers, Summer Street. EVENING EMPLOYMENT (outdoor) of a very remunerative and highly respectable character-

can be secured without out;ay active man —Address Box 520 Journal Office.
11 May 1898 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CENTENARY MEETING.

CENTENARY MEETING.

public meeting to celebrate the centenary of Scottish CongregaUcuia) ism was hold Augustin© Church. Rev. James Ross, Glasgow, chairman of h« Congregational Union, presided. There was large attendant** Dr Stark. Aberdeen, gpoke on the but ion of Scotch Congregation alms to the re
11 May 1898 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WRECK OF A GLASGOW STEAMER.

WRECK OF A GLASGOW STEAMER.

WRECK OF GLASGOW STEAMER. The crew of the steamship Clare Lindsay, of Glasgow, was landed at Southampton on Saturday. The vessel was bound from East London to Natal, and was lost on Mazeppa Point in dark weather on March 19th. All aboard were rescued from the steamer by line to t
11 May 1898 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AN IMPORTANT EXPLANATION.

AN IMPORTANT EXPLANATION.

We are informed that Mr George Croydon Marks, who gave evidence on Friday before a Committee of the House of Commons the East and West Wales Railway Bill, has been civil engineer to His Royal Highness the Duke of Saxe- Caburg and Gotha for many years, and is well known as an Eng
11 May 1898 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN HARBOUR BOARD

ABERDEEN HARBOUR BOARD

The monthly meeting of Aberdeen Harbour Board was held in the Town hall Monday afternoon—Lord Provost presiding. The other members present were—Baiilies Edwards, Lyon, Taylor, Taggart, and Sangster, Dean of Guild Walker, City Treasurer Bisssk, Shoremester Meff, Messrs Bain, Reid
11 May 1898 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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THE MAXAIG BLASTING ACCIDENT,

THE MAXAIG BLASTING ACCIDENT,

Mr Ferguson, manager to Mean# Robert and Sons, received a tale gram in Glasgow on Saturday to effect that Mr Thomas M‘Alpine, who was sen*, injured during blasting operations railway Thursday, had spent good night, and was well could be expected. M‘Ewen J opinion of his conditio
11 May 1898 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CATTLE.

CATTLE.

LONDON, Monday.—Beasts, 1420. There was only moderate number of fat beasts offered, but trade opened extremely bod, rates being per lower. Fat butchering cows in better demand, but dearer. Fat bulls met bad trade. Top value cross-bred Scotch. 4s 2d pet 81bs. Sheep and lambs. 11,
11 May 1898 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
OPEN DATES, ETC.

OPEN DATES, ETC.

Si Andrew’s Club.—The Andrew’s are open for the following dales ;—June Hh and 25th, July 2nd. September 3rd and 10th. Would second class juniors please oblige ? Secretary—C. G. Davidcon, 175 Union Grove. The Koval have a few open dates after May. Would juniors oblige, and commun
11 May 1898 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE SITUATION IN CHINA.

THE SITUATION IN CHINA.

THE SITUATION IN CHINAJ THE DIFFICULTY ABOUT THE KANO SU TROOPS. CHINESE OFFICIALS AFRAID OF THE EMPRESS. (REUTER'S SPECKA TO "JOURNxeL.") Pekin, Friday. At a meeting of the diplomatic representa- tives of the Powers, it has been decided, owing the urgent protestations on the par
12 November 1898 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A Bristol Lady's Letter.

A Bristol Lady's Letter.

li a wigul HOLIDTAY WEATHER.- .33I)DINO PLANTS.-Tees fiROnwTi! OF TIE HOLIDAYS.-THE TEr LeirLONE.- IN(,R1;ASED KErnVE ST'eIN. - TiE SHADOW 01' DEATHI,-MRS WALTERs SEALY.-NE1VW RUGo.- mimisN S'rOCI;INs,-CliRES'S COSTUoTEs. TiE holiday weather was not what could have been desired,
04 June 1898 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England