Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 190,208 articles

THE LATE MR WILLIAM SKINNER.

THE LATE MR WILLIAM SKINNER.

William Skinner, retired wholesale fruit and provision merchant, who died Sunday his residence, 42 Bon-Accord Street, Aberdeen, was native of Tarves. After oe.rvini? apprenticeship with the firm of A. Grav, ■he commenced business hie own account, and was -widely known to bakers
26 April 1916 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CABINET & LABOUR.

CABINET & LABOUR.

AT BOARD OF EDUCATION. Proceedings in Private. The Press Bureau issues the foiling:— The Prime Minister, Lord Kitchener, and Mr Bonar Law this morning attended a meeting at the Board of Education of the Parliamentary Committee of the Trades Union Congress, the Executive of the C
26 April 1916 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' COUNCIL.

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' COUNCIL.

Donation of £95 to Infirmary. T rc the council of the Aberdeen and District Societies Council for pasc .-socsion stages that throughout the session the interest, the work of the council had been wel Isu&talned, but the attendance had a decrease compared with former years As u, r
26 April 1916 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Death a Native of St Helena in Aberdeen. William Alfred Deason, who died unexpectedly Sunday from heart failure at 85

Death a Native of St Helena in Aberdeen. William Alfred Deason, who died unexpectedly Sunday from heart failure at 85

College iStreet. Aberdeen, was one family six sons and three daughters the late Governor Helena. Mr was "born in Helena, fifty years ago, in house vhich Napoleon I. died. As a medical student, Mr Deason passed through Edinburgh Aberdeen Universities, studying medicine, arid for
26 April 1916 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
jyi. COMMISSION ST. VINCENT STK" GLASGOW. DAILY AND WEEKLY OPENED. Letters Specialty. Winnings Returned T«JerrapMo "NOTABLE. OLA Ll"'* Singles LIMITS

jyi. COMMISSION ST. VINCENT STK" GLASGOW. DAILY AND WEEKLY OPENED. Letters Specialty. Winnings Returned T«JerrapMo "NOTABLE. OLA Ll"'* Singles LIMITS

Doubles...-.-"- t0 X. (Trebles ana Ace.— •
26 April 1916 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THEY CAVE THEIR LIVES FOR KING AND COUNTRY.

THEY CAVE THEIR LIVES FOR KING AND COUNTRY.

FORBES K. BURNETT (engineer, H.M.D. Integrity), Aberdeen, Driver A. STEWART. 158 Wellington Road, Aberdeen. Trooper CARTER, native of Aberdoeo.
30 March 1916 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BIG BOXING MATCH IN LONDON.

BIG BOXING MATCH IN LONDON.

BOMBARDIER- WELLS BEATEN. American Champion's Strategy. A DRAMATIC FINISH. fix- Bombardier Wells and Frank Moran (of America) met last night the London Opera House a boxing contest Cor There was a Arge gathering of spectators, including many ladies, and naval and military office
30 March 1915 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WOMEN'S FRIENDLY SOCIETY.

WOMEN'S FRIENDLY SOCIETY.

Flourishing Condition of Aberdeen Centre. *u ThC a ?? U al BOC bi meetin of the members of the Aberdeen Centre of the Amocaated Women Society mm held in the Central Hall last night. Mrs Ogilvie Gordon the president, occupied the ohair. ' President, tier opening remarks, aiiuded
30 March 1915 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Aberdeen Aerated Water Trade Association.

Aberdeen Aerated Water Trade Association.

A meeting of the members of the Aberdeen I Aerated Water Trade Association was heJd in j the office of the secretary, Wm. M. Seliar. 146 Union Street, Aberdeen, yesterday, when j Mr Lyall, aerated water manufacturer. Union, ' Wynd, on the occasion of bis approaching mar-, riage,
30 March 1915 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AMUSEMENTS. JJIS 7—TWICE NIGHTLY—9. GEORGE CARNEY and Company, in his Latest and Greatest Topical Success, entitled " BLACKLEGS," AND FULL

AMUSEMENTS. JJIS 7—TWICE NIGHTLY—9. GEORGE CARNEY and Company, in his Latest and Greatest Topical Success, entitled " BLACKLEGS," AND FULL

VARIETY COMPANY. Booking Office —Marr Woods, Ltd., 183 Union Street. TIVOLI." 7—Twice Nightly—9. Welcome Engagement of " Oor Wullio" FRAME, direct from the Trenches, in all his Funny Songs and Sayings. will also give his experiences the War France. GRAND BURNS NIGHT FRIDAY, Marc
30 March 1916 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland