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AGINCOURT SHAPING BETTER THAN ZOL TAN

AGINCOURT SHAPING BETTER THAN ZOL TAN

HURDLING OUGHT TO IMPROVE NOBLE KING'S CHANCES (By "ST,4NDFAST") JACK JARVIS, the Newmarket trainer, works swiftly. Shortly after arriving home last week-end from a trip abroad, he inspected the horses under his charge at his Park Lodge establishment, and not many hours later th
11 February 1939 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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11 February 1939 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HUNTLY PRESENTATION

HUNTLY PRESENTATION

On the occasion of his transference from the North of Scotland Bank. Square branch. Huntly. to Albert Square branch, Dundee. Mr Edwin Anderson was presented with gold studs and sleeve links from the staff. Mr A. W. Reid. agent. made the presentation and expressed their best wish
11 February 1939 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MANCIIE2.TER

MANCIIE2.TER

Improved Inquiry maintained during week. Actual business. however, rather irregular. Cloth demand for India disapooint.ng• but steady buying for Egypt. South America and Dominions. Purchases for home trade continue healthier . Yarns bought irregularly .
11 February 1939 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AT THE SOCIAL EVENING held in Strathdee's Rooms of Aberdeen University agricultural students to entertain the Glasgow and Edinburgh students who are visiting Aberdeen this week-end. ("Evening Express" copyright.)

AT THE SOCIAL EVENING held in Strathdee's Rooms of Aberdeen University agricultural students to entertain the Glasgow and Edinburgh students who are visiting Aberdeen this week-end. ("Evening Express" copyright.)

From the Courts "H E was so drunk he did not realise what he was doing." was the excuse offered on behalf of an unemployed labourer who. at Aberdeen Police Court to-day, before Baillie Milne, admitted the theft of a bicycle. Stephen Alfred Gay Noble. 69 Castlehill Barracks. Aber
11 February 1939 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN GLASGOW

ABERDEEN GLASGOW

iK. Mackay ....0 W. Scott Q. S. Ridde:l P. G. Demoster (2 and 11 R. &mole A. M. W. Coburn 0 W. D. Smith up)... J.. A. R. Mackneal e 21 A. K. Macdonald ..... 0 R. W Lapa:ey 14 and P., Livingston and 21 O W. R. Hope i 3 and 11 O J. Jack 17 and 51 H Dunnett W. Petrie ..
11 February 1939 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BROWN PAPER around the pots of flowers to protect them from frost at a florists stall In the Green Market. ("Et ening Express" copyright.)

BROWN PAPER around the pots of flowers to protect them from frost at a florists stall In the Green Market. ("Et ening Express" copyright.)

LEITH AND GRANTON TRAWL STRIKE : APPEAL TO ABERDEEN MEN Mr J. M. Crockett, secretary of the Aberdeen Skippers and Mates' Association, has received a letter from the secretary of the Leith and Granton Skippers and Mates' Protective Association requesting him to ask Aberdeen skipp
07 January 1939 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Dedication of New Church in Aberdeen Aberdeen's new church, Pittodrie, was dedicated last night by the Very Rev. Dr John

Dedication of New Church in Aberdeen Aberdeen's new church, Pittodrie, was dedicated last night by the Very Rev. Dr John

White. Glasgow, convener of the Home Board of the Church of Scotland. The new church, which has a seating capacity of close on 500. with accommodation for over 100 in the gallery, was packed for the service of dedication. Members of the Presbytery of Aberdeen walked in processio
07 January 1939 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GIFTS

GIFTS

The procession paused for a moment at the inner door of the church, and then, while the congregation Sang the psalm. "I joy'd when to the House of God." they proceeded to the chancel. After the prayer of invocation had been offered by the minister of the parish, the Rev. lan Mac
07 January 1939 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A FAMILY AFFAIR

A FAMILY AFFAIR

Here is where you get the real united front By LONG and SHORT (H. S. WOODHAM and C. B. REES) Smith has for the last three years b •en the head of the Child Welfare Department, a position wnicl she obtained by hard work and real ability a year after her father entered the Council
07 January 1939 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland