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HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE NIGHTLY at 7.15. to January 6th, In elusive, with Matinees each MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 2.39.

HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE NIGHTLY at 7.15. to January 6th, In elusive, with Matinees each MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 2.39.

ON THE STAGE PERsONAL VISIT OF: BEBE DANIELS, MAX WALL, CLAUDE HULBERT IN THE FAMOUS MUSICAL COMEDY - "PANAMA HATTIE" with Full London Company. Chorus sad Augmented Orchestra. BOOK NOW. PRICES FOR THIS EXCEPTIONAL ATTRACTION SECURED AT ENORMOUS EXPENSE-O.S. f/-. D.C. 716. P.S. 6
27 December 1944 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MATHS, MANUEL DEATHS Sink idarrta Dessib la ds and Is foe over]addin per asal An lioness mans tbe aid and

MATHS, MANUEL DEATHS Sink idarrta Dessib la ds and Is foe over]addin per asal An lioness mans tbe aid and

Addis. IN NO CIRCUMSTANCE MIS CAN A ANNOUNCE- DEINCAN.—At 75 Whitehall Road. on 11th January. 1940. to Mr and Mrs Arthur A. Dunean, a daughter (both WILLOL—At Cuperstone Nursing Home. on 10th January, 1940, to Zileen, wife of Andrew Winos, Lyndale. roveran, Newburgh, and West Pd
12 January 1940 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SMALL TAXIS POR at M'DONALD'S. Cra:Ce L0111:13tS. 'Phone 3223.

SMALL TAXIS POR at M'DONALD'S. Cra:Ce L0111:13tS. 'Phone 3223.

12 January 1940 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PUBLIC NOTICES

PUBLIC NOTICES

12 January 1940 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
L.oaser4as VOLLIEB Regiiiry.2aOnWirTStreet —List of Purn:slied Houses and Lodgings. 1940. now • consolied. Please smile foe aoolieat:on ms. URNISSIZD Room

L.oaser4as VOLLIEB Regiiiry.2aOnWirTStreet —List of Purn:slied Houses and Lodgings. 1940. now • consolied. Please smile foe aoolieat:on ms. URNISSIZD Room

to Let: suit two alrls sirenins: or Board Bow 775. Student desires Board and Lodainers: • eitt'nuroont w.th fire: quietness essential. Statelistnis,Bot ll7p. - isitkifiiiii . ONAL or business gentleman recto'sins I,tocrlor. comfortable Accommodation to pr3ato board-residence; qu
18 January 1940 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Sheriff Gave Her Another Surprise A gre y haired woman raised a laugi in Aberdeen Sheriff Court to-day, by her

Sheriff Gave Her Another Surprise A gre y haired woman raised a laugi in Aberdeen Sheriff Court to-day, by her

obvious surprise when the fisca: read her remark to the police. She Wa3 charged with showing a light in a window after dark. Her explanation was that she had been in bed ill and someone had put on the light. Mr W. J. Robertson. fiscal—You should have told that to the police. All
18 January 1940 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
N CROSSWORD PUZZLE :rev old .4). 141. to -tr that Irritate the !k 4 boat .P 4 413 111. '

N CROSSWORD PUZZLE :rev old .4). 141. to -tr that Irritate the !k 4 boat .P 4 413 111. '

4 Z I I 141. Ma- act Nino 1, ow win .60. stuicound the unveil (6). YESTERDAY'S SOLUTION 61 7 4! m. tee t . an empty bey (4). crial Farmer,' Union and A griculture for Scotland are a revision of the scheme of c ompensation for rewisi`plrg aid the president. Mr W. G. burgh yes ter
18 January 1940 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Resseesber Ms Hikers' Dance Tuesday. lira. Vends Obtainable advance.

Resseesber Ms Hikers' Dance Tuesday. lira. Vends Obtainable advance.

18 January 1940 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FRESH IMPETUS TO FUNDS'

FRESH IMPETUS TO FUNDS'

London, Thursday, 3 p.m. A NNOUNCEMENT of the new 2 per Cent. Conversion Loan to replace the existing 4i per Cent. stock gave a fresh impetus to the rise in Gilt-edged. The terms indicate the Ga money policy, and this and short-term British L's intention to maintain a cheap ed r
18 January 1940 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MADE IV CADIURVS

MADE IV CADIURVS

Still at Peace-time 11 1 11111111 I I nil The Quickest to End
18 January 1940 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland