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THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1902.

THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1902.

SERIOUS RAILWAY COLLISION AT GLASGOW. heifers, from £ll TOs £1 515e; cows, from £ll £2O 15s. Sheep—Half-bred boggs, from bo 9d; croea hoggs, from to 445, and from 32» to 37s 3d; cross lambs, from 32s to 35s 9d, and from 25s to 31s; blackface lambs, to 6d; blackface wethers, to 3
03 September 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TSTE “E.T.C.” butter colouring. Pure Vegetable Colouring. Strongest in the market. 6d, I*, 2s, fid, and upwards OARRUTEERS, SON, CO

TSTE “E.T.C.” butter colouring. Pure Vegetable Colouring. Strongest in the market. 6d, I*, 2s, fid, and upwards OARRUTEERS, SON, CO

. GLASGOW rpHE “E.T.C.” RENNET EXTRACT (Co ated). Acknowledged Beet,. 6d, Is, and upward*. OARRUTHERS, SON, * 00., GLASGOW T C.” RANGOON OIL. The favourite lubricant for Gun*, Bicycles, Sewing MAohines. etc. and Is. CARRUTHERS, SON, * 00., GLASGOW rntlE CAMPHORATED POLISH. Hor*>
05 February 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TIME CANNOT ALTER THE FACT th« ' a.nrt NEW CJEJfTAOR built thp lr>ng«M | <-« t»bti*bed «ad tn-ort firms m

TIME CANNOT ALTER THE FACT th« ' a.nrt NEW CJEJfTAOR built thp lr>ng«M | <-« t»bti*bed «ad tn-ort firms m

otirer marntriacttimni .ocb fvnlitiee fo* productUng laght Reliable Machmeb, embodying trery tor the rider The 1902 Models <Jf both, these firms can be seen at. our depot, also our own make, "THE 8001*1'!SH CHIEF and 'THE XKKEI. FUATING, EXAJtELr lilXO, and REPAIRS Every Oeeonpt
05 February 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
of Scotia who have crossed the seas in search health and fortune. New York reader, in the course of letter

of Scotia who have crossed the seas in search health and fortune. New York reader, in the course of letter

to hand the other week, writes: The W eekly,’ with its news about home, is one of the few things to which I look forward with pleasure. Exiled Scots, like myself, are very apt loose interest m all the old and sacred memories of the past, and to take up our attention and thoughts
05 February 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PETERHEAD SCHOONER ASHORE

PETERHEAD SCHOONER ASHORE

Early on Friday morning the schooner Noble, of Peterhead, went the rocks the west side of Grail harbour, end remain* D-sA The vessel is making water, and as there is & heavy swell running, expected she will become a total wreck. The Noble was bound from Peterhead Crail load a ca
05 February 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BENSON’S" ENGAGEMENT & GEM RINGS

BENSON’S" ENGAGEMENT & GEM RINGS

THOUSANDS IN Brilliants, Emeralds, Pearls, Rubies, Sapphires, Opals, &c., of the purest Quality. At MAKER’S CASH PRICES. Size Cards Post Free. Brilliant, £5 Brilliants & Sapphires, £2 • 10s. Brilliants. £3.155. Pearls & Rnbies. 28/- Brilliants £l2. SMC LARGEST STOCK OF RINGS THE
05 February 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FOR COI/ONIAL SETTLERS

FOR COI/ONIAL SETTLERS

A NOVEL SCHEME OF LIFE INSURANCE. The large annual exodus of people from Scotland to establish homes for themselves and families abroad, as indicated from time time in the press, has recently engaged the attention of few wealthy colonial gentlemen, who have been greatly impresse
05 February 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ROYAL WAITING ROOMS ON FIRE.

ROYAL WAITING ROOMS ON FIRE.

A Sandringham correspondent telegraphs that the new Royal waiting-rooms on the arrival platform Wolferton Station were much damaged bjr fire on Sunday. The structure consists of large entrance hall and two separate apartments for the Xing and the Queen, both containing suites of
05 February 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HIS 30N (XriRRSPON’DHNT.

HIS 30N (XriRRSPON’DHNT.

HIS (XriRRSPON’DHNT. toe Coart y-etrterday—'before I/ord achy—proof was led in action divorce William Walker, 10 Ferryhili Terrace, Aberdeen, ajrajD-st Agnes MTntosh Joss or Walker, Gran tan Place, Aberdeen, hia wife, and against George F. Walker, aleo living there, 00-defender.
05 February 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LOCAL PROVISIONAL ORDER.

LOCAL PROVISIONAL ORDER.

provisional orders, promoted undor the Private Bill Legislation (Soaiiand) Act came Before the examiners at Weetmanfiter Midday, for the purpose of having it decided whether they complied with the standing orders of Parliament. The Aberdeen accountants, the Stonehaven Town Hall,
05 February 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland