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04 April 1900 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN, SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1900.

ABERDEEN, SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1900.

CuIx7 OcFF-BROAD STREET. ALBERDEEN. LomVON ? f)rl-Fc-5 NM7 BRtIDGE SUIj'ET, B.C. IS~DBAS- A8}1DF5JOURBX1," ABERDFEKN. 'rF>:?SEvSxi-5'4). 27. | I~ ~~ ~= ,=:Z . - I NEWS SUMM1A1RY. Nesw fromt ;;outh Africa is meagre in t Oiilintitv and of comparatively little interest. I 'Tne oury
26 May 1900 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
"THE DESERTED VILLAGE."

"THE DESERTED VILLAGE."

LAST INHABlTANT LEAVES OLD CASLE. ( Old Castle, the sequestered 'hamlet near SIalns. was, it will be remembered, deserted nearly r. three months ago by the whole population, with h I the -single exception ef one woman, NEss Meggie .O Phillips, who could no. reconcile herself to
26 May 1900 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GENERAL ASSEMBLIES.

GENERAL ASSEMBLIES.

GENERAL ASSMIBLIE3ES C _- 0 - CHUR-,CH OF SCOTLAND, C7pl ?? (+,v -Dri^~ r- , ;FBOMi Gts OwV ConRESPOxntNTS.) Edinburlih, ]Friday. u"lq rnoinglartl',iy ?? va3 d.Pell ?ni St Gil-i Catilecral. Fot' a oli Or two [Iiei .-e'Vit hi p besl concluded r p1iott dv Rr'v ?? a Primminer ?? Pig
26 May 1900 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.

THET RECENT DISTURRANCE. Six,-A-s a student atending Marichal College, I beg to repadiate the blatant iopertireicce of the! " committee " who tab.e it en: themselves O write I letters " on beabif of the students" of Ma-nis- i c chal College. I is really pitiable to see the l gma
26 May 1900 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SPORTING NEWS.

SPORTING NEWS.

SPORTING .NEWS I R~~ACING. DONCASTER IFlX 1.30-SCURRY STAKES. B Mr W. E. PFawsn's Bridge ?? ?? Halsey 1 P Mr J Riebdale's Pass the Piokies ?? . elt Mr Ceokileld's Santa Regale ?? T. Ltea 3 K tao rl-Getorgiona, The Count, and Mint Street. D Betting-- to 4 againxt Brid~e, 2 to 1 Ge
26 May 1900 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DOROTHY WYE. (Frsm a photograph.)

DOROTHY WYE. (Frsm a photograph.)

DOROTHY WYE. a photograph.) was thoroughly 111, and unable to attend school, when I was advised to try Scott’s Emulsion/’ There is great satisfaction in knowing what the remedy you are giving your child contains, and this satisfaction becomes delight when you see the established
10 January 1900 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
IMPERIAL LIGHT HORSE,

IMPERIAL LIGHT HORSE,

In Aberdeenshire, and particularly in the Turriff district, it will be noted with melancholy interest that among those who fell in the Tugela engagement 15th December was Alex. R. Jackson, of the Imperial Light Horse, son of the late Dr Jackson, Edinburgh, and grandson of the la
10 January 1900 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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“Analysing the impression made upon Dr Kilpatrick, find two three prominent features. Ono point of capital importance is competent echolarship. Professor Kilpatrick not only knows the literature of_ philosophy, but ho has philosophic mind. is thoroughly equipped. One does not ne
10 January 1900 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
whether the Coienso burghers had reinforced those at Ladysmith. Darkness prevented our obtaining any definite result. The operations were cleverly

whether the Coienso burghers had reinforced those at Ladysmith. Darkness prevented our obtaining any definite result. The operations were cleverly

directed General Buller. General Sir C. Warren visited Chieveley in the morning. (Morning Post Telegram.) Frere Camp, Saturday, 9.30 p.ra 11 o’clock to-day General White heliographed, Heavily attacked; all forces engaged,” whereupon General Clery, with the force from Chieveley C
10 January 1900 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland