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DYCE UNITED FREE CHURCH.

DYCE UNITED FREE CHURCH.

Thursday the office-bearers of the U.F. Church entertained the congregational workers to an home the hall. Over hundred were present, and Rev. James Anderson presided. Tea was served at nine tabloe. tastefully laid out and arranged round the room. A most enjoyable musical progra
16 October 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE BALL

THE BALL

A company atsemWcd at Hanlkerton, where dancm’g was heartily engaged in until an early hour in the morning, music being supplied by the Aberdeen Volunteer Artillery Band, under Bandmaster Wood. The following- is In olf the Keith-hall party:—Lord and Lady Kintore Ladies Ethel and
16 October 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A LONDON CHURCH BURNED DOWN

A LONDON CHURCH BURNED DOWN

LONDON CHURCH BURNED DOWN St g, the parish churdh of Stepney, was destroyed on Saturday by fire, the origin which is present unkiKxwa. iron safe containing tiie parish registare was saved, but everything else succumbed to the flames, including new organ. The interior of the churc
16 October 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Reproduced from Copyright Photographs.

Reproduced from Copyright Photographs.

sent chnrch. The proceedings paosed off without interruption. PRIVATE DETECrrVBS CHURCH, Since coming to Edinburgh the actions of Lieutenant. Cecil and Miss Bain have been followed with keen interest, and the knowledge that they were being watched private'inquiry agents aroused
16 October 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MARRIAGE TO TAKE PLACE IN ST CUTHBERT’S.

MARRIAGE TO TAKE PLACE IN ST CUTHBERT’S.

understand that the reason why the banns were only proclaimed “for the nr»t time” in St Cuthbert’s Parish Church Sunday was that some little apparent hitch had arisen with reference to the signatures. It turned out afterwards that the difficulty was only apparent, not real, but
16 October 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE week’s MARKETS.

THE week’s MARKETS.

16 October 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBE*riC. 1901,

THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBE*riC. 1901,

downward tendency. Fat cowe and bulk easier in price, and more difficult to caeh; top value polled Aberdeen 4e lOd per Bibs. Sheep and lambs' 7200 ; trade for both wethers and ewea very dull, at a decline of 2d per 81 bs., with a doubtful clearance latter, still further reductio
16 October 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Pkbth Potato, Friday.—Not much business done in potatoes. Farmers are now busy lifting and pitting the crop, and two weeks of this fine weather should (see them all secured. AbbboaTH Potato, Saturday.— ln the meantime the trade here quiet, and there immediate prospect of any gre
16 October 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HXHeeWv journal /Sfoagasine.

HXHeeWv journal /Sfoagasine.

journal /Sfoagasine. li minston (TburcbUl Stor^ Here i« good ritory of Mr Winston ChurchhiU, which has only just reached me. When in India, Winston Churchill, M.P., presented copy of his first book to General Tucker, then in command at Secunderbad. you like it?” the author inquir
16 October 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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16 October 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland