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1G NOTICES- hide, skin, and 'W MARKET CO,, LTD. STREET, ABERDEEN. Ca-irns, Aberdeen.” MEAT SALES HELD CKDEtI ■ at 1.50

1G NOTICES- hide, skin, and 'W MARKET CO,, LTD. STREET, ABERDEEN. Ca-irns, Aberdeen.” MEAT SALES HELD CKDEtI ■ at 1.50

d. m. . at 1.30 p.m. at 7.30 a.m. orders receive cs.reful attention; JOHN' B. CAIRN'S, Manager. ’S HEALING OINTMENT, rjginaily prepared by the late Dr <r many years practised in Drummost surve.tjfu in healing Sore* ■rj’ description, often given incurable, is again offered 'plied
13 February 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Arbroath Potato, Saturday.— This market was more lively than usual, and a considerable amount of business was done, although the prices are not much altered. Champions realise from 85s to 90s; maincrops, 75s to 80s; and Bruces, upto-dates, and Sutton’s abundance, 70s to 75s per
13 February 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE “ALLAN” GAS AND OIL ENGINES are our solo manufacture, and our facilities for tfcis cla«6 of work are unequalled.

THE “ALLAN” GAS AND OIL ENGINES are our solo manufacture, and our facilities for tfcis cla«6 of work are unequalled.

We are, therefore, able to give the finest value ever offered. Intending purchasers should send for our catalogue and new testimonial list. ENQUIRIES SOLICITED ALLAN BROTHERS, ASHGROVE ENGINEERING WORKS, ABERDEEN.
25 September 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
INLAID LINOLEUM. Dolour the ba<*. from 3* 9a per Square Yard. ROBERT GUMMING {successor to John Mathieson). 65 Broad Street.

INLAID LINOLEUM. Dolour the ba<*. from 3* 9a per Square Yard. ROBERT GUMMING {successor to John Mathieson). 65 Broad Street.

OAK DINING ROOM SUITE, in Leather, Secondhand, - Pieces £9 10s. ROBERT GUMMING (suocessoi John Mathieeon), Broad Street. OAK sDli’6. Morocco, consisting Couch, Lady’s and Gentleman’s Easy Chairs, and 6 small Chairs, stuffed backs; Sideboard, and Dining Table. The lot for £3O ROB
25 September 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BRACKLEY

BRACKLEY

The dancers the hall at Brackley, Eallater, distinctly felt the vibration caused by the ear’hquake at 1-30. It seemed finst ae if a gale had struck the large marquee. The ehock was felt for about ttirce seconds, after which all quiet, and dancing proceeded.
25 September 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
KINGUSSIE.

KINGUSSIE.

Reports received in Kingussie from various parts the district state that persons awake , between one and two o’clock yesterday morning were startled by loud rumbling scr.ud, and the belief is general that slight shock of earthquake was experienced. The weather was wet and windy.
25 September 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
“SO LONG.”

“SO LONG.”

account of Walt Whitman’s work in “Literature” tempts ourresoondent of that paper to ask a question never yec he satisfactorily answered. What is oritr.r. a. ph~. fjrewrfl “So L«W-? first appeared print one of Waiv Whq man s Songs Parting, uubliabed nearlv yearn ago. “While Eras
25 September 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
E P PS*S GRATfcFUI—COMFORTING. COCOA

E P PS*S GRATfcFUI—COMFORTING. COCOA

25 September 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
COOPERS AND SAILMAKERS FOR THE

COOPERS AND SAILMAKERS FOR THE

ARMY instructions have been received at Aberdeen, requesting that speciail efforts be made for the recruiting of coopers and sailmakerß for the army ordnance corps. Intending candidates should at once apply to the recruiting sergeants at Castle Street, or the recruiting office,
25 September 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SOHOOL INSPECTORSHIP FOR AN ABERDONIAN

SOHOOL INSPECTORSHIP FOR AN ABERDONIAN

SOHOOL INSPECTORSHIP FOR ABERDONIAN The Scotch Education Department have appointed Mr Frank W. Michie, Dundee High School, to a junior inspectorship. Mr Michie is an Aberdonian, being son of Mr Charles Michie, M.A., librarian, Marischa! College, Aberdeen. He was born in 1873, and
25 September 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland