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CLOVER AS A FERTILISER

CLOVER AS A FERTILISER

CLOVER A FERTILISER Considerable efforts are being made the Canadian Department of Agriculture to prevent that exhaustion of the soil which the bane of so many new copntries, and is well illustrated some of the wneat lands of the United States. The soils of a country are natural
12 November 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE UGANDA RAILWAY REPORT.

THE UGANDA RAILWAY REPORT.

The official report the Victoria (Uganda) Railway Committee the pro-green of the works during the past year in issued Parliamentary from which it appears that trains began to run right through from Morahassa on the coast lo the Victoria Nyanza (582 miles) in December last year.
12 November 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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It is very gratifying to note the financial prosperity that ie attending the work the I X'nited Operative Maeo-ns and Gran-;tecuttwrs’ Union. The recent b? lance-sheets showed that ! the last quarter -was the best one that, bad been experienced for a time. The ordinary mj come t
12 November 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ROWANS Scotch Homespuns and Tweeds. Manufactured the hanks of the Tweed from the fintat Scotch border woofs, poetess a unique

ROWANS Scotch Homespuns and Tweeds. Manufactured the hanks of the Tweed from the fintat Scotch border woofs, poetess a unique

•hilitj every class of garment, for either kcx, both young and old beauty, darabiHty and crmieeuy they stand without rival in the Tweed market, and their health and twined fi>r them the position among the Tweedh of the world. A:arj rat.ge «/ jo9t fret on apptfeatkn. lor Jokin' m
12 November 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
VOLCANOES AND WATER.

VOLCANOES AND WATER.

The volcanoes of the Mediterranean and of the Eastern and Western coasts of Africa are likewise all situated a line, that all the volcanoes the world have this remarkable line arrangement. It is ae though they were situated on line* of weakness in the earth’s crust, where great
28 May 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ixua aHKKOEEN WEEKLY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1902

ixua aHKKOEEN WEEKLY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1902

WEEKLY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1902 THE OLD AGE '"ENSIGN QUESTION AN ABERDEEN MAN’S SCHEME
28 May 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
% ' AN ABERDEEN DIVORCE CASE,

% ' AN ABERDEEN DIVORCE CASE,

' AN ABERDEEN DIVORCE CASE, Lord Eyllachy on Saturday heard evidence in an action for divorce by William Dunbar Edwards. gas-fitter, - 4 Hanal Street, Aberdeen, against his wife, Bella Sa ways or Edwards, and also againei Jaint-e fish porter, both residing at Ann and's Court, Abe
28 May 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NORTHERN NEWS

NORTHERN NEWS

A L EDUCATION. ABERDEENSHIRE MAN DUX OF THE YEARFIRST IN GREAT BRITAIN. In the recent examinations for the National Agricultural Diploma, the dux the year is Mr Patrick Fowlie of Bogfold Farm, New Pifsligo, Aberdeenshire. Mr Fowlie was dux of the Aspatria Collage last year, havi
28 May 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A RATHEN DlYORc'^yX^.sp

A RATHEN DlYORc'^yX^.sp

iLord Low gave judgment, Ccurt Session on Saturday, inactions between Wiiiiam Robertson, merchant and farmer, Aberdeenshire. and his wife, Rilis Davidscm Robertson, Queen Street, Peterhead. The husband sued for divorce o*l the ground of hie wife's misconduct. chiefly with tailor
28 May 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AN OLD BUCKIE CREW.

AN OLD BUCKIE CREW.

There is present fishing in one 6f the old scuff boats—Margaret B.F. 869 —working out of tb© Cluny Harbour, Buckie, what is probably record crew of fishermen, in point of age. They have skipper Mr John Cowie(’ , Carrot”),and of the eight men only one is below 70. They are a fine
11 June 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland