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OAK bUllt. in Morocco, consisting Couob. Lady’s and Gentleman’i Easy Chair*, and 6 small Chairs, stuffed backs; Sideboard, and Dining

OAK bUllt. in Morocco, consisting Couob. Lady’s and Gentleman’i Easy Chair*, and 6 small Chairs, stuffed backs; Sideboard, and Dining

Table The lot for £3O GUMMING (successor John Mathiesoc), 65 Broad Street. PARLOUR SUITE, consisting Couch. 2 Easy Chairs, and 4 Single, in best leather doth; Sideboard and Extending Dining Table lot for £l2 10s. GUMMING, 65 Broad Street BRASS RAIL BED, full site, with Wire and
18 September 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CURA ET XNDUSTRIa.

CURA ET XNDUSTRIa.

WALKER’S UNRIVALLED TEA AT ALL PRICES AND TO SUIT ALL TASTES. HANDSOMELY-DECORATED TEA TINS HALF-POUND. ONE-POUND, TWO-POUND, and THREE POUND SIZES THESE, FILLED WITH ABOVE, FORM ACCEPTABLE GIFTS FOR TOWN AND COUNTRY FRIENDS. WILT JAM WALKER *SONS TEA, WINE, and SPIRIT MERCHANTS
18 September 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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18 September 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AN ARCHITECT ACCIDENTALLY POISONED.

AN ARCHITECT ACCIDENTALLY POISONED.

Mr H. R. Lloyd, architect and surveyor., .of Birmingham and Redditoh, was accidentally poisoned at Redditch Thursday taking carbolic acid, instead of some medicine which had for a cold. Death took place in twenty minutes, before the doctor who was summoned could arrive. Deceased
18 September 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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sundry. The ji ktter, and they are w e a to earth.” It ig to know how the or his delinquency. o: i OF EAST Jliurch, Aberdeen, r’s hands for sometirnfforenoon. Principal * opening service, and .f rom 3rd Habakkuk, rer o-f God.” ERY AND THE A. HUNTFJR Mr J. B. Rennet, ved from Lor
18 September 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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SALE OF WORK AT OR'UOEN BAY

SALE OF WORK AT OR'UOEN BAY

SALE WORK AT OR'UOEN BAY A sale of work on behalf of the funds of the Congregational Church, Port Erroll, was opened Saturday bv the Right Hon. the Earl of Erroll, K.T., C.B. The sale, as indicated by his ordship hi» opening speech, is a supplement■ry one for the disposal of the
18 September 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HOTEL THEFTS AT GRANTOWN AND

HOTEL THEFTS AT GRANTOWN AND

ELGIN In Inverness Sheriff Court on (Monday Dennis Clancy, alias James Balfour, alias James Johnston. alias James Mac Master, a tailor, residing Pitlochry, pleaded guilty to having stolen from the Palace Hotel. Grantown, a brown leather case containing two razors, pair of scisso
18 September 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PRESIDENT M'KINLKY. THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER iS TSTH',

PRESIDENT M'KINLKY. THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER iS TSTH',

draught. They proceeded direct to the station from Mr MiMburn’s house. Mrs McKinley’s first question awakening wae repetition of her constant query of t»he last two days, When can I eee the Major ? I>r told her they were going let her see him to-day. She then let the attendants
18 September 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TWO OLD MEN DROWNED.

TWO OLD MEN DROWNED.

While John Walls, owner of the Mousehole boat Water Lily, and h;s assistant, Horatio Pollard, were returning home onFriday morning from pilchard fishim-g-, the craft struck rock just outside Penzance, and both men, who were over seventy, were drowned.
18 September 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE WITCH OF GHOOM.

THE WITCH OF GHOOM.

A BANFFSHIRE MAN’S IMPRESSIONS. Probably the oldest human being alive the world the witch of Ghoom, whose portrait reproduce. is the highest point reached the Da<rjecling and Himalaya Railway, being 6000 feet above the plains. She well-known figure to Indo-Europeans travelling’
11 September 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland