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TOPICS OF THE DAY.

TOPICS OF THE DAY.

The Aberdeen Peace Society a Cross. For sheer decision to invest its Money funds in the new Goranfor Lofln. ment War Loan unparalleled. Allied the course of the members there an ingenuity argument backing up tfce investment that would take some beating. The war, the ingenious °n
11 December 1914 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
OUR LADS IN NAVY BLUE.

OUR LADS IN NAVY BLUE.

We read Tommy Atkins' fame, Our poe*s daily arose his name: Tte boy in k'taki, smart and tall. Is cherished, loved, revered by bless him! Yes! But there are more Who bravely our native shoe©. Now, why not land their glories too? Our gtdJanfe lads navy blue! Tho* Britain boasts o
11 December 1914 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SUBMARINE ATTACK AT DOVER.

SUBMARINE ATTACK AT DOVER.

hostile craft REPORTED SUM. . The Battle Off the Falkland islands. Mother German cruiser SENT THE BOTTOM. French Airmen's Raid. firing guns about six miles off was heard at Dover yesterday horning. The noise was heard 'or almost half hour, and is stated that was a German submari
11 December 1914 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CUNARD LINER HELD UP AT GLASGOW.

CUNARD LINER HELD UP AT GLASGOW.

Men Demand Advance of Wages. The Cunard steamer Pannonia, which is present charter to the Anchor Line, was hung up at Glasgow last night for want of crew. She should have sailed for New but the men, who are members the British Seafarers' Union, refused to sign unless advance in
11 December 1914 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The modern ballet, although onl - / three! tenths of inoh in diameter, has greater penetrating power. It leaves the

The modern ballet, although onl - / three! tenths of inoh in diameter, has greater penetrating power. It leaves the

muzzle of the rifle speed of nearly half a mile second, aad easily passes through the thickest part of a man It does very little tearing, and makee a wound with clean edges, which likelj catch and hold genua.
11 December 1914 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THEATRE

THEATRE

7 30 r«ix!y Door* 6 45. 3. 1530 Boyol. MATI3EB TBIU6OAT- 2 15. S g H E?
22 November 1910 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LAST EDITION. Evening Express*

LAST EDITION. Evening Express*

LIVERPOOL. TUBS: •AT. NOVEMBER 22, 11
22 November 1910 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NEW PAVILION,

NEW PAVILION,

There i* just the right sort of menu the New Pavilion, quantity and Quality being alike excellent Independent of the stars ’' there arc others, and if Mias Jennie Johns not careful —well, this clever little lady will hod herself the top rang. Serve her right, too. Ted Waite also
22 November 1910 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE LADY CHAPEL.

THE LADY CHAPEL.

T»L BDITOtt OF Tilt: EVENING Si*, -I coiiffrjtuJaw» the body poUvie of Liverpool 4>*vin<t loan'd *t leet a champion publicly protest against (to put v non I’roU 'tant tendencies tb»> ■ -ur tup in tlie n«*w j» •* only a woman —more it I’rotestanlisin - ould Jiavo hit tl»e nail Tr
22 November 1910 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BORWICK’S

BORWICK’S

BAKING POWDER two ounces of breed crumbs, ooe and half pounds of suet, two pounds of raisins, one pound , currants, ten nances of Rat. two ounces of almonds, one pound mixed candied peel, salt and spice to taste. Mix «te 4a«redienis wcl together, aad add six eggs, well beaten, t
22 November 1910 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland