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COWIE INTERCEPTS

COWIE INTERCEPTS

WHEN MARTIN LETS GILLIES AWAY The game rest—Fla - I th Aberdeen on the .ttack. but the Clyde defence fought back. Martin let GAlies through for Clyde, but Cowie intercepted cleverly. A corner on the left came to nothing, but the next moment Noble shot the ball just over. Gi!lies
07 March 1939 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SALMON SALES

SALMON SALES

ABERDEEN. l oniorte — iisFi were forward at this morning's sales at Aberdeen Fish Market. and they met with a fair demand from 2:tn, to 3/1 1 : per lb. Rod-caught fish fetched Der lb. HERRING FISHING CAMPBELTOWN.—Ring-netters landed 112 baskets. Quality mixed. Price. 2'6 a baske
07 March 1939 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
"CAN LADIES KILL ?" GREAT NEW THRILLER by - PETER CHEYNEY, STARTS in MONDAYS EVEN/NS EXPRESS ORDER YOUR COPY NOW.

"CAN LADIES KILL ?" GREAT NEW THRILLER by - PETER CHEYNEY, STARTS in MONDAYS EVEN/NS EXPRESS ORDER YOUR COPY NOW.

07 March 1939 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CRASH AT AERODROME

CRASH AT AERODROME

An R.A.F. pilot had a remarkable escape early to-day when his aeroplane crashed at Cranfield R.A.F. Station. Bedfordshire. He was making a forced landing and crashed on the edge of the aerodrome. The aeroplane caught fire and was badly damaged, but the pilot escaped with only sl
07 February 1939 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
0.W.R.. L.N.E.R.. B.R.

0.W.R.. L.N.E.R.. B.R.

ALL PARTIES having CLAIMS against the late lAr ROBERT GORDON. retired Stationmaster., who resided ■t Cuparstone Nursing Home. 34 Great Western Road. Aberdeen. are requested to lodge the same forthwith with JOHN M. PROCTOR. Advocate. 14 Vietorm Street. Aberdeen. 7th February, 193
07 February 1939 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HARDSHIPS

HARDSHIPS

CaaSenior Aaderson sympathised with Salllie Fraser—who was responsible for bringing the matter before the Town Council—in what .he had said about the hardships many tenants removed to new houses had to face in furnishing their homes. .But hire purchase, he said, was a system whi
07 February 1939 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TERRIBLE TOLL

TERRIBLE TOLL

After telling how important it is for a policeman to have a sound legal knowledge. Mr Mitchell described the toll of the roads as appalling. Last year 6595 persons were killed in road accidents in Britain. That figure might not convey a great deal, but its terrible meaning was b
07 February 1939 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PIGEON SHOOTING

PIGEON SHOOTING

Sir Charles had been out pigeon shooting. He had not returned when Lady Corkran came back from a committee m ling. Though darkness came on no alarm was felt, as it was thought that he might be at a friend's house. A telephone inquiry. however, disclosed that this was not the cas
10 January 1939 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WORLD WHEAT CRISIS

WORLD WHEAT CRISIS

Twenty-two nations were represented at the meeting at the Board of Trade today of the International Wheat Advisory Committee which is considering the present world wheat crisis. The meeting has been called in response to representations by the British. United States. French and
10 January 1939 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
• 1 . . ti 01 • PARTNERS FOR DINNER at Messrs Isaac Benzie's staff "at home" held in the

• 1 . . ti 01 • PARTNERS FOR DINNER at Messrs Isaac Benzie's staff "at home" held in the

Douglas Hotel. Aberdeen. Mr and Mrs Atholl Benzie lead off the march. ("Evening Express" copyright.)
10 January 1939 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland