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BYE-WAYS

BYE-WAYS

What pleasant memoriee the word recalls, what promisee of future happiness! In the byeways of life are its greatest treasures. There are bye-ways, too, sea and land. It is well not to be narrow-minded, so let us to-day take aspect from broadened point of view. Off the beaten tra
17 July 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
OFF WITH A HORSE AND TRAP.

OFF WITH A HORSE AND TRAP.

On Thursday mornig information wa-s received at Wbymouth that convict, named Henry Banks, had escaped from Portland convict establishment. It wae staked that the prisoner by some fine had secured suit of black clothes and a silk hat, that had stolen a horse and trap, and, had dr
17 July 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BREAKDOWN OF A DESTROYER.

BREAKDOWN OF A DESTROYER.

BREAKDOWN OF DESTROYER. H.M.S. Petrel, commodore ship of the Portsmouth flotilla of instructional destroyers, has broken engine. The damage is bad that the Petrel has to put back to Portsmouth for repairs. She was ha-tb remained sea until ordered join the Channel Squadron for the
17 July 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LONBON SCOTTISH ROUTE MARCH

LONBON SCOTTISH ROUTE MARCH

The London Scottish Volunteers who are to march through a district of Aberdeenshire this summer will leave London on August 2, and begin their march from Aberdeen cn Saturday, August 3. They will paes Aboyne Caetle, and reach the grounds of Balmoral on Wednesday, August 7. His M
17 July 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DAVIOT PARISH CHURCH BAZAAR

DAVIOT PARISH CHURCH BAZAAR

Saturday a bazaar was held in the Drill Hall. Inverurie, to assist in raking £6OO, the sum required locally to remove the parish of Daviot from the list of smaller livings. Towards the object in view a sum over had been previously raised in the parish and from friends in the chu
17 July 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
C Cr OJ .

C Cr OJ .

OJ . >; * BRITISH TRADE WITH EGYPT A report on British trade with. during the years 1895-1900 has just been issued. It is prefaced by a letter from Lord Cromer the Marquis Lanedowne, in which he says;—l have the honour to enclose an. interesting report, which has been prepared Mr
17 July 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AN OLD EMPLOYEE OF BROAUFORD

AN OLD EMPLOYEE OF BROAUFORD

WORKS. Mr Alexander Silver, who for over twenty-four veara had been employed in Broadford Morks- Aberdeen,died on Monday at hie residence,lb H. , Street Silver, who was 54 years ot age, was a’native of this district', having been born at Peterculter. where his father, Mr Alexand
17 July 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SALMON AS SELF EATERS

SALMON AS SELF EATERS

Quite an excitement was caused in 1898 by the announcement made through the unattractive medium of Bine Bock that investigations carried out in Scotland had definitely proved, once and for all. that salmon did not feed in fresh water. About time they arrived in the river their d
17 July 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NIGG.

NIGG.

The weather Tor the met few weeks has been of the very best for all concrned, but within the last week many fields of oat.s and pasture gra i >a have 'begun suffer for want of rain. On Monday the dry spell was broken, and during the day there were frequent sharp thunder peals, w
17 July 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ONE OF THE KILLED GORDONS

ONE OF THE KILLED GORDONS

ONE THE KILLED GORDONS The above portrait Private Robert Henderson, of John Henderson, M.e.tWtok, who, was. killed in, the attack Boers on a train on'the Pietersburg Kile ir&rt. The unforlunate lad served hi*-apprentices!)ip .a tailor in Methliek, and almost immediately thereafte
17 July 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland