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"A DISGRACE TO THE ARMY."

"A DISGRACE TO THE ARMY."

Thirty Days' Imprisonment. x ' You are a disgraoe the Army " were the words addressed Baillie Dunoan in the Aberdeen Police Court to-day to George Rostron, street musician, Street, who was brought up charge of assaulting his wife the 27th and 28th August. He appeared <X3®ceota.o
12 September 1914 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CAPTURING THE ENEMIES' TRADE.

CAPTURING THE ENEMIES' TRADE.

Millions Toys and Cnmss. Intelligence Branch of the »!-, ~ * rari - in connection with the initiated the Board of Trade British manufacturers trader* capture trade formerly i German, Austrian, or Hungarian hands that they have developed f r in this .ampins purchased from these C
12 September 1914 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HOTELS. &c. STONEHAVEN. BAY HOTEL. re Chaw Hotel. trie Light Lift. £r«ry Ootniort. Very Moderate Boarding and Weok-F.nd B*tea. Apply,

HOTELS. &c. STONEHAVEN. BAY HOTEL. re Chaw Hotel. trie Light Lift. £r«ry Ootniort. Very Moderate Boarding and Weok-F.nd B*tea. Apply,

Manageress. " PrTLOCHRY HYDRO HOTEL," Pitlochry. "The Switzerland of Scotland" ll'im Guide application. 35. Uomfort." Printed and pabliihad the" Aberdeen «nd
12 September 1914 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GERMANS ECONOMISING IN MEN.

GERMANS ECONOMISING IN MEN.

New Tactiosrt »«* French Affre"* 11 British "ft* pari®. Reviewing yesterdays Fiench commutator s- eo Yesterday (Safirday) th day and extended their ns £ „ North Iho our Allies develop wooded region • ot Bazentin, to , maD Not only was the *> tion broken a from ' eV ;h'- (fully s
17 July 1916 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
RECALCITRANT ENGINEERS.

RECALCITRANT ENGINEERS.

Clyde Dissatisfaction .t. » h "Sgded P""Ill fao ' ..J
17 July 1916 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Late Markets.

Late Markets.

CATTLE. LONDON, Monday.—Beast*. 679. For both prime and second quality English cattle trade ruled slow, partly due to the inclement weather, late rates governing- most sales. Irish cattle also were quoted at, iate rates Fat cows, bulls, and rough cattle, though slow to vend, mai
17 July 1916 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Presentation to Chief Officer of Coastguards.

Presentation to Chief Officer of Coastguards.

Saturday interesting little function took place Bridgefieid, Bridge of Don, when deputation from the and company, consisting of Petty Onicer A. Morrison, Leading Boatmen W. Lamb and J. Barman, and W. M'Kenzie, No. 1 Ij.b.A., waited on Mr Daniels, late chief officer of coastguard
01 June 1914 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
STOP PRESS MEWS

STOP PRESS MEWS

LATEST HA "KTIXG. BRADFORD PI.ATI;. Bettir^.—l 2 kliug Sound Vul<\ 11 t 2 AetoL 13 2 Ala unci, 1. ' ■>• red: MARSKE PLATE. Bcttiitg.—S to 4 •« Bound, 3 1 Prcanier, 5 ■ lo - Yoliow Ycster", a LATEST ,ii -LT NEWS. 2*2 • at.
01 June 1914 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN WATER SUPPLY.

ABERDEEN WATER SUPPLY.

Lumphanan Irrigation Farm Extension. of the sub-oommittee of the Water Committee of tho Aberdeen Town Council this afternoon—Councillor Stewart presiding—definite arrangements were intimated for an addition being made to the west side of Lumphanan Irrigation Farm.
01 June 1914 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
INMAN v. SMITH.

INMAN v. SMITH.

By scoring 1694 points Smith's 882 at Leicester Square on Saturday Inman greatly improved his position, being only 50 behind tho close. His best breaks were 101, 152. 169, 185. 106. and 375. Smith was not his beet form, his chief runs being' 135, 76, 87, ttod 108. Closing scores
01 June 1914 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland