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ABERDEEN GREEN MARKET.

ABERDEEN GREEN MARKET.

Ducts' eggs were selling each to-day's Aberdeen Green Market, that being, tfj© price Cfootodt to inquirers, instead of 6s per dozen, while hen's eggs realised 6d per 'increase from Wt week. Butter sold at tho regulation price 2s 6d par Rx, but there were grea* the pert atf house
25 October 1918 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
More Cookery Teaching.

More Cookery Teaching.

I the the convenor (Mrs the Domettic Science eto-, Aberdeen School Board agreed ihai inquiry should made ae totthe possibility of increasing* die number of cookery classes in the Board's schools. The consent the committee was readily accorded the request Mrs B. behalf the Mother
25 October 1918 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE.U-BOAT MENACE.

THE.U-BOAT MENACE.

Probable Increase in Shipping Losses. Interviewed by a Press Association sentati-re last night regarding hi® America, Sir Erie First Lord ' Admiralty, said—Wo went discuss to® naval efforts of the two countries l6 and I had most satisfactory talks Daniels and with President thin
25 October 1918 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Brig.-Ceneral C. Ogston. C.M.C.

Brig.-Ceneral C. Ogston. C.M.C.

Brevet Lieut. C. Ogwt»n, D.5.0., Gordon Highlanders, is gazetted Deputy and Quartermaßter-Gef from Assistant Adjutant-General and Quarter Staff, and to temporary while employed. Lieut.-Ooionel temp. son of Mr A. of He a Companion of the Order of St M ict! and St George, and seen
25 October 1918 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
"A DROP TOO MUCH."

"A DROP TOO MUCH."

Four Men Dispose Five Bottles Between Them. Oyer 20 previous convictions were recorded against David Davidson, boilermaker, 23 James Street, Aberdeen, wlio admitted before Major Gray, at Justice of the Peace Court at Aberdeen to-day, having yesterday been found in state of intox
25 October 1918 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC.

INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC.

Deaths from Pneumonia Increasing. So far can be gathered from mediaal men the tendency the influenza, epidemic is decline far new oaeea are concerned, but. there are still a large number of people off work to bed with the effeoes the , notable feature the number deaths from pneu
25 October 1918 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BITTER STRUGGLE.

BITTER STRUGGLE.

BRITISH FIGHT AT GRAPPA. The Press Bureau stairs: Bitter lighting took plate yesterday ri; . ing in the Mcnt Grappa regi&!. Our parties resolutely attacked some portions of the - midable positions the enemy and succeeded in wresting from him and maintain ing possession important
25 October 1918 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SUN, MOON, AND TIDE TABLE. ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMME. Ikg Majesty's Theatre—" Pigeon Post ** TivoLi 0.50 and 8.50 Palace Theatre 0.50

SUN, MOON, AND TIDE TABLE. ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMME. Ikg Majesty's Theatre—" Pigeon Post ** TivoLi 0.50 and 8.50 Palace Theatre 0.50

and p. m. The Picture House, Union Street ... 2 till p.ni Scaia Union Street 2 till p.m. The Casino, Wales Street 6.45 and 8.45 p. in. West End Cinema, Union Street .. 6.30 to 10.31/ Queen's Cinema. Street 2.30 till 10-30 p.m. Lolucum. Belmont Street .. a.45 and The Pictoredrome
25 October 1918 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WARWEARY FRITZ.

WARWEARY FRITZ.

Efforts Bolster Spirits. War Cor respondents' Headquarters, Army, France, German orders and battle ° maps which have recently fallen into !ir •11 ■go to show how complete has been earriago of th© enemy's schemes. The latest tendency appears to ttp the flagging spirits of the Ger
31 October 1918 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Aberdeen Lad's Gallantry.

Aberdeen Lad's Gallantry.

Driver Howiti, R.F~A., who haa awarded the D.C.M., waa already the of the Belgian Croix de Guerre. joinefl " Taggart's Own '' when only 17 years of age, having previously been at Hay's, Berryden. His parents reside at 15 Place. The later decoration wus- Vor spicuoua gallantry an
31 October 1918 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland