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THREE MINERS' KILLED.

THREE MINERS' KILLED.

Three ui ners were accidentally thrown from a eago Wingate Colliery, Bast Durham, last Wednesday night. They fell 100 feet. One man was picked up dead, and the other two subsequently succumbed.
18 February 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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** * Sarah—“ My fellow took off ter supper reg’lar rest’rant last night. Mag—“ They tell he’s real refined.” Sarah —“ Rarver, Whan he poured ’is coffee out in ’is saucer ter cool it, he didn’t blow it like some guys would, but jist fanned wid ’is hat.”
18 February 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
■should w either < «ivo l>ieae© A. ■R, L. Office •ball T. T TOamy Bridge atancl <rf se ] pnoe,

■should w either < «ivo l>ieae© A. ■R, L. Office •ball T. T TOamy Bridge atancl <rf se ] pnoe,

«« to t ■ace ®uotio price and ®s»a second «ang? 1 ®oani «nd idi •Wt .p ‘.the • ® on® &'•>» pi J. .g. ■~«cmr t <3iat D '*er, i she sai *w. art tsh© liberal lowing toartds »• ha-ftki i Waa ■Herr for the! finite , i, ■ftate, |ated *Kv>e. 1 «ai ip many. *cme. yc *>ue tod runy-
18 February 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Mr F. A. humorous sketchm, and Musical of unbounded museplayed the aooompam-. with much skill and » competition) *ES CONCERT.

Mr F. A. humorous sketchm, and Musical of unbounded museplayed the aooompam-. with much skill and » competition) *ES CONCERT.

*cke<i ia every audience Saturday •brathspey compel ition Th© Darklson, and Mr J*e. the the ad»d a® folk) we.—Gold Aberdeen, point*; Dunlop, Dunecbt, 3S oner’s book —Mr Tho, te. The playing aJI standard, the ABERDEEN. Coutts, carter, ten, who is in the emter, Howey. and Co., was
18 February 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SMALLPOX AT BARBADOES

SMALLPOX AT BARBADOES

SMALLPOX BARBADOES Since the last mail there have been seven fresh cases of smallpox at Barbadoes, five which, however, have occurred in one house. There are now fifteen cases under treatment. is hoped in commercial circles that the port will soon be opened, and address has been
18 February 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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CORN

CORN

Cork Averages.— The foil owing are th© corn average* for the week ended E ebruary 14th: Wheat, 39.909 quarters, 25* bd; barley, 88,299 quarters, 23s 7d; oats. 22.795 quarter*, at 17s Id. Corresponding week I**> year:—Wheat-, 68,500 quarters, 26s lid; barley, 54,084 quartens 27s
18 February 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
• SEQUEL TO A DIVORCE SUIT.

• SEQUEL TO A DIVORCE SUIT.

In the Divorce Court on Saturdav. before the President (Sir Francis Jeune). the case of Gordon v. Gordon and Gordon came on for hearing a question a* to the custody of child. This was suit in which Mr Christian Frederick Gordon, who bad been member of the Stock Exchange, obtaine
18 February 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
•GLASGOW STTDENTS’ ROWDYISM

•GLASGOW STTDENTS’ ROWDYISM

•GLASGOW ROWDYISM recent meeting of Glasgow Town Council Ferguson moved “That the Magistrates’ Committee requested instruct the police such rowdyism as that recently perpetrated the students of Glasgow University; enoourage disorder amongst other would not be tolerated the police
18 February 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DECAY OF CATTLE MARKETS

DECAY OF CATTLE MARKETS

THE EFFECTS OF MODERN AUCTION MARTS On several occasions of late years, in reporting some of our local fairs that have existed from time immemorial, have directed attention to the changed and changing conditione which have been and are operating against the continuance of the ol
04 February 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
APPiJINTJVfHNT OF OKGA2v3ST AT POR'IT.ETfIEN.

APPiJINTJVfHNT OF OKGA2v3ST AT POR'IT.ETfIEN.

AT POR'IT.ETfIEN. J. K:rchis, Pi»oe, Aberdeen, has been appointed organuit and hen Parish Charoh, maxsesskm Mr, Cruick'diank, who has similar appointment in Hoi burn Unit Free Church, Aberdeen. Ritohie was pupil of A. Rebecca, Aberdeen. THE LATEST NEWS from Africa anil everywhere
04 February 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland