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MARSHAL ASKS FOR SHAVE.

MARSHAL ASKS FOR SHAVE.

Joffre's Amazing Vitality BUT CONDITION STILL GRAVE. Paris, Wednesday. The following bulletin regarding Marshal Joffre was issued at 7 p.m.: "The afternoon was spent quietly. The invalid rested, and took slight nourishment. Respiration is more regular than it was this morning. P
01 January 1931 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CHEAP SOVIET WHEAT.

CHEAP SOVIET WHEAT.

Legislation Needed to Keep It Out. Regina, Saskatchewan, "Wednesday. Mr Bennett, the Dominion Premier, speaking here to-night, said that believed that agreement would reached at the adjourned Imperial Conference at Ottawa next summer for the conclusion of agreements for a mutual
01 January 1931 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE MONEY MARKET.

THE MONEY MARKET.

Cheerful Tone on 'Change. BANK RATE 3 PER CENT The following rates have beea agTeed by the Scottish baulks for business m Scotland, to take effect from May 1, 1930: MINIMUM DISCOUNT RATES. not above two months currency 3§ per cent. On bills above two but n«t above four months cu
01 January 1931 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GRAKLE SHOULD WIN VICTORY STEEPLECHASE.

GRAKLE SHOULD WIN VICTORY STEEPLECHASE.

turf. Front Row Best for Caslle Selling Handicap. C HORLTON HANDICAP FOR COCKAYNE. atter,t ' on will te centred on Manchester. The arrival list sugs oa sized fields in each event, and keen competition is assured. Actions by "ormonde." i-o ~ l SUA WRACK. 2 . WHITE CARGO. 2. 3q FR
01 January 1931 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Holders of scrip certificates to bearer the German Government International 5i per t'ent. KteTlinß' Loan (1930) are notified that they

Holders of scrip certificates to bearer the German Government International 5i per t'ent. KteTlinß' Loan (1930) are notified that they

may be lodged for exchange into similar denominations of definite bonds at the Bank df on and after January 12. The scrip certificates must be left three clear days for examination-
01 January 1931 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WHY HAGEN KEPT WINNING.

WHY HAGEN KEPT WINNING.

GOLF. U.S. Trophy That Went Astray. WHEN BRITISH CUP WAS LOST. Six years ago Walter Ilagen won the magnificent presented by the late Oodman Wannamaker for the American Professional Championship. Hagen, a te: receiving the cup 's~ es the Golf Mrmth '), entered taxj-cab arid was h
01 January 1931 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TO-DAY'S MATCH IN PARIS.

TO-DAY'S MATCH IN PARIS.

RUGBY. Irish Players' Stormy Crossing. VISITORS EXPECTED TO WIN. Paris, Wednesday. ' A gale of driving rain greeted the Irish Rugby team and their crowd of supporters when they arrived Paris at 4.30 this afternoon, after a crossing which prostrated some of the players. They were
01 January 1931 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HIS OLD FRIEND.

HIS OLD FRIEND.

Discovery Made By Policeman. constable who took part in a scuffle with pickpockets in Kilburn was astonished to find that a man who was arrested was his old messmate. Greater still was his surprise when he learned later that his pal was an ex-convict. The story was told at Maryl
01 January 1931 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
POLICEMAN INJURED.

POLICEMAN INJURED.

Constable Carwood, the Leeds City Police, was seriously injured by a twenty foot wall collapsing during a fire which broke out late last night at- Hickman's Rag Mills, Burley Street, Leeds. He was removed to the Leeds General Infirmary. The building was considerably damaged. At
01 January 1931 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
INTERNATIONAL CHESS.

INTERNATIONAL CHESS.

Gapablanca Beaten By Young Indian. At the Hastings international chess tournament Yesterday the young Indian player, Sultan Khan, achieved the rare feat Capablanca the third round. The feature the plav was splendid queen sacrifice the Indian, which was followed up by subtle ches
01 January 1931 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland