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GOLD IN JAM JARS.

GOLD IN JAM JARS.

Writing from Heidelberg, South Africa the 12th June last, a trooper of the A A says:—“l liavmg line time of A lot of Boers are coming in to surrender They are a aorry lot to look at “some of have hardly any clothes .to wear f some fine girls in the Refugee Came must have got mon
07 August 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SECOND DAY

SECOND DAY

SHERIFF REID ON VOLUNTEERING. The bazaar was opened on Saturday Sheriff IW, Banff. Captain Grant, commanding the Macduff Company the Banff Artillery, again presided, and the others present were—Provost Munro, Eailhes Lyon and Alexander, Banff; Major George, Macduff ; Major Grant
07 August 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CENTURY OLD NEWS.

CENTURY OLD NEWS.

At the beginning of the year the Times followed the example of the Aberdeen Daily Journal in printing extracts from its files of a hundred years ago. In both cases the extracts have created much intorest. On Saturday the “Daily Express,” a newspaper which recently celebrated the
07 August 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PECULIAR ENGLISH ACTION.

PECULIAR ENGLISH ACTION.

ln the King Bench. London, on Friday, Mre Emily Clara Clifford Borrer, young married lady, now residing apart from her husband, brought action against Lady Christine Sophia Saunders, wife of Sir Frederick Saunders, of Pickwell, Bolney, Sussex, for the specific performance of an
07 August 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A MINTLAW PLPBiLICAN ITMED.

A MINTLAW PLPBiLICAN ITMED.

MINTLAW PLPBiLICAN ITMED. At Justice of Peace Court yesterday, WilT?am Yeats, hotel-keeper, Mint!aw, was fined £1 with of expenses for having on 13th June supplied Robert Slessor, oattledealer, Mintlaw, with two pints of porter before eight o’clock in th© morning. At the same cou
07 August 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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It eurely cannot be from want courtesy that Mr Mackie has not replied to letters of the workmen. It and absurd policy to try and ignore the workmen’s organisation on the part of the employers, and very few now try so. I perfectly sure that both employers end workmen find it to t
07 August 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SPORTING NEWS CRICKET Aberdeenshire v. Kincardineshire. This fixture was brought off at Mannofield on Saturday an excellent pitch. Scores— ABERDEENSHIRE

SPORTING NEWS CRICKET Aberdeenshire v. Kincardineshire. This fixture was brought off at Mannofield on Saturday an excellent pitch. Scores— ABERDEENSHIRE

F. C- John?, c Iyaw«on Masson ...... 11 H. H Smith, not out 72 J. Mackintosh, run out j A. Scharenquivel. b Priestly .. W. S. Brown, J Todd W. Todd Johnson (prof.), b Priestly W K. Burnett, Martin b Masson A Clark, b Priestly Kelly, not out A. Cook and J. Dunn to bat 4 Total (fo
07 August 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SAD AFFAER AT BURNBANK GIRL BURNED TO DEATH.

SAD AFFAER AT BURNBANK GIRL BURNED TO DEATH.

A sad burning fatality a little girl occurred on Wednesday afternoon to Margaret, aged one year and two months, daughter of vVilliam Johnstone, miner, George Street, Burnbank. It appears the mother had gone out a message, leaving in the house three children, via., the eldest boy
07 August 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SALLOW SKIN

SALLOW SKIN

They TOUCH the LIVER
07 August 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland