Meinhere of the Branch are reouested to attend the FUNERAL of their comrade, the late Mr CHARLES FARQUHAR. Balmoral iTemperancei Hotel. 52 Market Street. at 2 p.m.. on TUESDAY. 2lat met. WM. B WILSON. Hon. Secy.
T WO men. one a Chinese and the other a Swiss. were shot dead in a Tientsin cinema last night where "Gunga Din" was being shown. and a third man, a Tartar, was hadtv wounded. Chen Lien-shih. a superintendent of customs at Tientsin and former manager the Tientsin branch of the Fe
MILLER.—At Denver, Colo., U.S.A., on 2nd Mareh,.l939,Jphn, granite cutter, third sun of : Alex. Miller, 154 Wellington Road, Aberdeen. MILNE.—At 15 Nelson Street. Aberdeen (the house of her son), on 20th March, 1939, Jessie Aitken. aged 'lB years, widow of Forbes Milne, late of
ALLAN M'LEAN (26), seaman, Greenock, was at Glamorgan Assizes found not guilty on a charge of murdering Ruth Webber, a married woman, of Swansea. Found guilty of the manslaughter of the woman. he was sentenced to five years' penal servitude. It was stated that the woman's body w
the offer was intimated to Deer I)istrict Council. Mr John Birnie. Aberdour, pointed out that there would he some difficulty in carrying out the work, as there are a considerable number of flat tombstones. The Council passed a vote of thanks to the offerer, and asked the local c
The War Minister also gave in detail the plans for mobilisation in an emergency. These included the closing of Regular recruiting offices on the first day of mobilisation. the opening of 200 centres on the third or fourth day after mobilisation, recruiting to be carried out at T
is being held in the Music Hall now, finishing Friday of this week. You are invited to come along and specially invited to four out of the 22 Stands. On these four Stands you will see displayed: ADDO ADDING AND SUBSTRACTING MACHINES. FRIDEN CALCULATING MACHINES. IMPERIAL TYPEWRI