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MACDUFF.

MACDUFF.

Property Sale at Maoduff. —The property, situated at' Crook o' Street, Macduff,belonging to Wm. Paterson, and at present tenanted Walter G. Paterson, was exposed for sale on Saturday public roup/ Baillie Anderson purchased the property on behalf of George Duff, draper, at the pr
22 May 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS

AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS

The live cattle unported laet year numbered 486,000 figure only 8000 leas than in 1899-—nocvit*hstanding the cessation, during the greater part the yeax the trade with Argentina. The deficiency so caused was practically made by increaaed supplies drawn from the United States and
22 May 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
JUBILEE NURSES.

JUBILEE NURSES.

Jleuoh, and re Soottieh Council, ba idem, and to appoint a 1 appeal in Scotland I° r the Edinburgh centre <jueen Victoria’s Jubile® a memorial Queen the moment the lemorraJ -and various waj e public, it conaiderod r a time any national CK ,ies of Scotland. th* •s will be made co
29 May 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Zbe Xafcp Smoker

Zbe Xafcp Smoker

Smoker The abuse tobacco women is entirely brought about the fact that, owing tb the absurd and antiquated prejudice which exists against their smoking in public, women are obliged, no matter hew much they may really need a narcotic, postpone smoking until they can do in privacy.
29 May 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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H Cburcb plate Ston>

plate There is a little church “'M. A. P.”l a; street off the Strand where many notabilities political and social—may be seen from time to" time the Sunday devotions. few weeks ago a coUeetion for the church was held at the door, after Che mid-day Mass very unpretentiousloofcmg g
29 May 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SUNSHADES

SUNSHADES

sunshade of painted gauze or eilk may oi absolutely new, but familiarity has r lessened its charms, and some of these app eaf white silk, with borders of painted roses, me-nots, and other flowers, and frilled and omens: those adorned with apphqu« . e< j are some very attractive
29 May 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HOW WILL HE RULE?

HOW WILL HE RULE?

What the lawyers of Russia. Who are a numerous and able class, are everyivh were asking is whether this present autocrat going to role by wirtue of his own caprice alone, in the reckless -style of the Roman Caesars. The magistrates and lawyers are in some the moat potent section
29 May 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE NEW LLTNATIC ASYLUM DEPUTATION.

THE NEW LLTNATIC ASYLUM DEPUTATION.

The deputation of Aberdeen Lunacy Board, appointed visit various cities the south acquire information likely to prove useful in connection, with the new lunatic asylum left Aberdeen 'on Monday the North British train for Edinburgh. The deputation consists Mr Slessor, a>nvener th
29 May 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ACCIDENT NEAR AIONTROSE.

ACCIDENT NEAR AIONTROSE.

Charles Taverdale, carter, Southesk Street, Alontrose, was severely injured on Friday while driving a bullock on to the cattle float Newton farm. The wheel pasaed over his body, fracturing his spinal cord. lie was afterwards conveyed to Montrose Infirmary.
29 May 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PETERHEAD SCHOONER ASHORE.

PETERHEAD SCHOONER ASHORE.

The schooner Jane and Isabella, of Peterhead, from Wick for Sunderland, in ballast, stranded on the rocks about three miles south of Wick. The vessel was gob off and towed Wick harbour. Her stern post quarter and rudder were gone.
29 May 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland