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To-Morrow's Parliament.

To-Morrow's Parliament.

SOME PROBLEMS THAT REQUIRE TACKLING. Problems of unusually wide interest will come before the House Commons during the session which opens to-morrow. Amongst others iray be instanced the followir#: High cost of living. Supply of men for the Army. Nationalist attitude. Revision o
09 October 1916 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

GRAIN. LONDON". Monday.—Wheat held Is »i, No. 1 Northern Manito'na, 77.-, fyl to asking, according to posirion. Flour -jt tellers' favour; best American patentsupwards. Maite quiet: heavy arrive, R,J American, landed, 6d at firm and in tellers' favour; AmerieaPship. Oats very fi
09 October 1916 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TO-DAY'S HERRING FISHING.

TO-DAY'S HERRING FISHING.

I Almost Blank at Aberdeen, Saturday- '' ex peri enoed at Point'-" 1 ' 4^ four oralis were landed, per cran, and - 80 Arrivals at crans. Prices-Beet q u4 jg^'to cran; mixed epenvfi fl° The highest, shots wer®^ c . crane; Adrian (Bf •)■ and Bluebell (\vK),, „ a 1 - (BF.). Delight
12 August 1916 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Alexander Innes & Sons, FUNERAL UNDERTAKERS. 59 BROAD STREET. Conducted throughout- in J- Town and Country Undertaker® at Moderate Cost.

Alexander Innes & Sons, FUNERAL UNDERTAKERS. 59 BROAD STREET. Conducted throughout- in J- Town and Country Undertaker® at Moderate Cost.

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. MOTOR HEARSES AND CARS COUNTRY FUNERALS. Works—4 & Barnett's Close, Telephone, 213.
12 August 1916 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

GRAIN. GLASGOW, Wednesday.—Wheat fairly plentiful odspot, and small demand at late rates. Foreign flour in very moderate supply a* full prices. American ' Indian corn and maize scarce. Oats are offered to Arrive; demand slow. Home oats (controlled; are scarce Oatmeal continues d
18 July 1917 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BOOTLE TRAGEDY.

BOOTLE TRAGEDY.

Two Sisters and Widows Burned Death. Alary Priest (ST) and Martha Deug-le (91), sisters and widows captains, have been found dead in their house Bootle where they Jived alone. As they were not heard about an entry was forced and their bodies were found in bedroom, one across the
25 January 1917 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LABOURER'S OFFENCE.

LABOURER'S OFFENCE.

Failed to Show Registration Card to Police. Peter M\R.innon, labourer, 22 Huioheon Street. .Aberdeen, pleaded guilty, before Sheriff Dudley Stuart Aberdeen to-day, to having yesterday failed to prodfifce has registration certificate when requested to do so by a police officer. A
25 January 1917 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Temperance Sundays.

Temperance Sundays.

Yesterday was Temperance Sujjda.y " by the Balgbwnie Mission School. John secretary of the Aberdeen Temperance Society, gave an addrres on the evils of to/ 'argo ahildron in the Mission Hall. The speaker's remarks, -which were interesting and practical, were listened to. '
13 November 1916 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
To Day's Summary of War News.

To Day's Summary of War News.

K "'llftJ J 'l '» sibi '' lant eucceae has been drovc the * t. prisoner*. ; lcken6en is falii w* U line. It '1g is gMe battle there. ! °. on the eastern V a . las captured jcegion. On the the British troops hare captured the eastern portion of the Regina trench, exteiiding to fu
13 November 1916 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The People's Opinion, Drink and Drugs. Sir, —I was very pleased indeed to read correspondent's letter in to-night's "Express" the

The People's Opinion, Drink and Drugs. Sir, —I was very pleased indeed to read correspondent's letter in to-night's "Express" the

above. I greatly admire him for taking this very grave matter up, and I hope some oithers will follow up and more before the public I myself have seen quite enough of it lately to testify that the evil must be far, far, -worse about his district than any othej. part of the city.
13 November 1916 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland