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ORTHOGRAPHY—Half-an hour

ORTHOGRAPHY—Half-an hour

ORTHOGRAPHY —Half-an hour Copy the whole the following your best handwriting, correcting all the mis-spellings ; The number of various kinds of birds which breed on the great plain is so prod to almost in?Fcdib!e to those who have not seen them, often have, covering the earth for
03 December 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GLASGOW ELECTION DIFFICULTY

GLASGOW ELECTION DIFFICULTY

The Fin’*. Division of the Court of Session decided ou Friday that his acceptance of ejection for the Seventeenth Ward. Mr Scott Gibfcon vacated office reprceentauvo of the Sixth Ward, and that there is a vacancy for that ward to be filled up by election under the statute. They
03 December 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
tion shows the

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of the most vital importance. Geographically, as the meet cursory observer can see, the country is the half-way house of the Atlantic, for it thrusts itself out into midocean a fully six hundred miles farther towards Europe than, any other part this continent. It lice right alon
03 December 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AND EXHIBITION OCR BAZAAR asd POPULAR PLACE FOR GIFTS AT POPULAR PRICES. TOY AND GAMES SALOON WILL INTEREST THE CHILDREN.

AND EXHIBITION OCR BAZAAR asd POPULAR PLACE FOR GIFTS AT POPULAR PRICES. TOY AND GAMES SALOON WILL INTEREST THE CHILDREN.

Open NEW YEAR’S DAY BUSINESS HOURS DURING MONTH, 8 it McMillan, l®., 151 UNION STREET. NEW YEAR PRESENTS,
31 December 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LORD ROeSLYN’S GAME OF POKER.

LORD ROeSLYN’S GAME OF POKER.

LORD GAME OF POKER. The “Daily Telegraph” New York correspondent some particulars regarding j-<ord Kosslyn’s disastrous game of poker board an Atlantic liner. The writer says:—Lord appeared in a police court to-day the outcome of little game of poker which had cost him £5lO, whil
31 December 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE NAMES OF SHIPS.

THE NAMES OF SHIPS.

THE NAMES SHIPS. The of His ilajesty s k subject of real interest even to the moat cursory student. The Lords the muet have easy tack in finding title* for the some 600 vessels which at present compose the Royal Navy. For the most part the same naane is, pretty custom, handed dow
31 December 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A SEASONABLE GIFT

A SEASONABLE GIFT

SEASONABLE GIFT \We understand that Messrs Paierkin autl Duncans, advocates, agents for the trustees the late Thomas Primrose have handed to the treasurers of the Royal Aberdeen Hospital for Sick Children and the Blind Asylum the tram £5 for each the institutions named, for the p
31 December 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WARWMG !

WARWMG !

In getting roller re-covered see that is branded “ACKB.” Acme, Mnfy. C»., John St., City. Cl»s<ow ARE THE BEST.
31 December 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ALARMING ACCIDENT AT BLYTH,

ALARMING ACCIDENT AT BLYTH,

At Blytb, Northumberland, during the gale a chimney stack was blown down and crashed through the roof of a house while the family were at dinner, boy being injured. I Enormous Savings | will from dealing direct with H. SAMUEL, | Great Fro© Quid© Buyers! § pttG|ea, 3000 cn-zravin
31 December 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE DUNDEE JUTE BLOCK.

THE DUNDEE JUTE BLOCK.

The effect of the recent jute rush is still being felt Dundee Harbour. Seven are present discharging their cargoes, and consequence the congestion the sheds shows diminution. This glut has had a detrimental effect on other trading steamers, more especially the flax boats, the di
31 December 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland