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A confirmed stutterer went into a and met a few casual acquaintances, who * once com men ood to chaff him most unmerciful*? respecting the impediment in his speech. last, one them, a pert little fellow who been making himself rather conspicuous hi" remarks said—‘'Well, old man,
13 May 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
‘ For evil doors fret thou not

‘ For evil doors fret thou not

For evil doors fret thou not Thy self unquietly.” The psalm consists of verses, and the individual, oblivious has surroundings, went reading verse after verse until every face in the place looked blank and dismayed save hia own, and until the omneLuaion the psalm brought him .to
13 May 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A LONG-LOST STATUE

A LONG-LOST STATUE

The found with shipload others the bottom the sea off the Greooe, has now been by M. Andre, Paris, and represents in all beauty youthful mule figure larger than life eize. standing with the right arm and gaze intently fixed. Dr the other afternoon ■pave lecture the HeTleaiic Soc
13 May 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DEATHS FROM STARVATION IN CAPE

DEATHS FROM STARVATION IN CAPE

DEATHS FROM STARVATION CAPE TOWN whit© man named Wen-ham, who arrived here from England last August. h«« been found dead from starvation the main street Catpe Town. An unposted letter was found his pocket which he stated thait was unable obtain work, and implored hie brother's he
13 May 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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‘fcKV. DR WEBSTER THOMSON,

‘fcKV. DR WEBSTER THOMSON,

‘fcKV. WEBSTER THOMSON, ABERDEEN. lVer the West United Free nteLin3 . a > letter which Dr Webster » r>ri 'had d'jrtated from Jus pick bed. ,w '*©dgmeut of the recent -prceemation made r (^,~ UTI by fcihe congregation. After feelingly thanks for the handsome gifts. • -makes -grace
13 May 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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found • Hall •eport i and year, on ,h tb® uncil. VOUTns
13 May 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AN INVERNESS- SHIRE MAN'S FORTUNE.

AN INVERNESS- SHIRE MAN'S FORTUNE.

INVERNESS- SHIRE MAN'S FORTUNE. George Gordon Mackintosh of Richmond House, Twickenham, who died on 25th March last, has left estate valued £28,810 12s 2d gross and £28,553 18s lOd net. He has bequeathed £7OOO in trust to his wife, a. daughter of T. G. Gardiner, of the Bombay Civ
13 May 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE BOLD BUCCLEUCH.

THE BOLD BUCCLEUCH.

The Duke of Buocleuoh, whose palace at Dalkeith the King will stay bis visit Scotland this W'oek, as lord' in eight counties and has many titles, but said to owe the title which is known to old incident in the hunting field. According to tradition which Sir Walter Scott refers,
13 May 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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