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ALMOST 106 YEARS, Death of a Centenarian at John o' Croats. (Special Telegram.) Wick, Monday. Mrs Mackenzie, the Caithness centenarian,

ALMOST 106 YEARS, Death of a Centenarian at John o' Croats. (Special Telegram.) Wick, Monday. Mrs Mackenzie, the Caithness centenarian,

and probably the oldest person id "as passed away the advanced age of 105 years aud months. She was born at Auckengxll, the parish of Cams bay, Caithness, June 9, 1811. The daughter of one of the fathers o the Bapust Church at Keise founded Sir Sinclair b-eias about the year 175
12 February 1917 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Cordon Highlanders' Memorial Institute.

Cordon Highlanders' Memorial Institute.

fifth monthly concert connection with Gordon Highlanders' Memorial Institute held on Friday. In the absence of Captain H. B. Brookes, president, Lieutenant J. Maodomald, secretary, occupied the chair, and gave all very cordial welcome. A first-class programme waa taken part by t
12 February 1917 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CITY COMMERCIALS.

CITY COMMERCIALS.

Women Not to Admitted to Association. The quarterly meeting the Aberdeen Branch of the Scottish Commerc'al Travellers' Association was held on Saturday night in the Douglas Hotel—Mr John T. Cruicksnank presiding. Mr William Murray referred to the fact that Mr Cruickshank had bee
12 February 1917 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Taxi-Cab Fatality in Aberdeen

Taxi-Cab Fatality in Aberdeen

Shortly before eight o'clock on Saturday evening. homes Forbes (60), residing at 37 Littlejohn Street, stepped front taxicab being driven along King Street, Aberdeen, George I Street, and was knocked down and rendored unconscious. was conveyed the taxi-cab to she Infirmary. wher
12 February 1917 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Sidelights on the War

Sidelights on the War

BREVITIES. number of farmhand? have sufficient funds in a year's muiati°®' Pauisboro, New Jersey, start ail> . their own acoount. If finally we got paraffin taxed, one c the country rider sitting darkne 5 to for to-morrow's run 10 business.—"The Light Car." The Daylight Saving C
12 February 1917 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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02 May 1917 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
"UNCONQUERABLE."

"UNCONQUERABLE."

" Punch's " Most Famous War Cartoon, Tfle proprietors of Punch " are now placing at the disposal the public one guinea copy, a-painting from the onginat design of Mr BerfiaftJ' Partridge, their most famous war cartoon: This entitled " Unconquerable." shows the Kaiser 'truculentl
02 May 1917 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
UNINVITED GUESTS.

UNINVITED GUESTS.

Uproar Biackfriars Street Before Saifii© fvmith Aberdeen Court to-daj, Alex. G. Milne, labourer, JackV BF-fclT: "Wffl. Johnston, curler, Upperdenburn, ifcnd Alex. «Maloqlm, baifC?, Hardgate, -ere charged ' ijii'Vlng hoiipe' Blaclcfriars, Street, conducted tfiemseltea in dfSorcft
02 May 1917 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HUH KEEPS HIS WORD.

HUH KEEPS HIS WORD.

Dutch VesseSs' Safe Conduct Observed. I; The TLiguo, Fourteen of the Dutch werft guaranteed safe passage by the German on and after _\lay 1 have already arrived Hoi hind. Kp§!(p«tfJSfP*flßaB Association War Special.
02 May 1917 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Late Money.

Late Money.

LONUO>'-. - 2.45 p.m. Money easy at 4 per cent. ; bills, 4 1! ifi ' J l cent. Itic, , > Avtfc, j. \ a!- The Budget statement, but p™"" I,f "l' well mam " taibed. ... 55. War Loan, I'i. a moderate i- quoted 94'g- klle, tfco;>r<l «! dealings. sir till ' > lh are better 331» on, th
02 May 1917 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland