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BOURNVILLE COCOA MADE BY CADBURYS

BOURNVILLE COCOA MADE BY CADBURYS

Sti//at Peace-time price 11Dpf,„,„,-,„
26 January 1940 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Admiralty To Build Merchant Ships The Admiralty. it is understood, intend to take over the building of merchant ships as

Admiralty To Build Merchant Ships The Admiralty. it is understood, intend to take over the building of merchant ships as

well as naval vessels. This is expected to have a big influence in accelerating the shipbuilding expansion programme to which great importance is attached. It will co-ordinate such problems as those of labour and raw materials. An office approximating to that of Controller of Sh
26 January 1940 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS AIM Merriam Death. and In Meenortant. etc., Announcements—Not exceedtele 2 4 words. 3s, and Is for every

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS AIM Merriam Death. and In Meenortant. etc., Announcements—Not exceedtele 2 4 words. 3s, and Is for every

additional ea words (Verse, 1. 6d per line., Net :gas redatre the d.rnature and addrese the Sendr.
08 April 1940 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PROPERTIES FOR SALE

PROPERTIES FOR SALE

ASHFIELD ROAD, CULTS. For SALE. 5-Angina ent SSSII-DETACHED BUNGALOWS. with all modern conveniences: space for aerate. Low Feu-duties. Immediate occupation. Aoolv J. SHIRRAB SON. LTD.. 24 Ports Terrace. 'Phone 1404.
08 April 1940 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
O. 38 BEACONSFIELD PLACE. There be exposed for Sole. by Public Roup. unie.4 pre ; 01;F: V Sold Privately. within

O. 38 BEACONSFIELD PLACE. There be exposed for Sole. by Public Roup. unie.4 pre ; 01;F: V Sold Privately. within

the Office of Messrs CARLE DMUS & PIRRISS. Advo- rates. IS North 15::ter Street Aberdeen. on WSDNESDAY 17th April. 1940. at 12 noon. the DWELLING-ROUSE known as Reteolisfleld P:see. eantaintog 2 nubile roams. 2 bedrooms. 2 boxrooms. bathroom th. and C.) kitchen. washho•iYe. and
08 April 1940 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PART\tB WHIST.

PART\tB WHIST.

Non-Members 9d. UALAIORAL SOCIAL OLDS. 34 Hardest,. Members. To-mcht. 7.43 vrenut. Adm. nd. UEIOIITON'S DANCE HALL. St Paul Street.— Oven and Novlce Slow Pot-trot Coannetltion. Monday. Wednesday. Thursday. and Saturday: ed. WORESTERIP HALL —ROSEMOUNT SOCIAL CLUB—Whist To-ntaht.
08 April 1940 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
E 9 &.. H a t s FOR COME AND SEE THEM, No. 1. No. 1: Navy Straw Breton. trimmed

E 9 &.. H a t s FOR COME AND SEE THEM, No. 1. No. 1: Navy Straw Breton. trimmed

large Navy, Red silk bow. PRICE 2 No. 4. ) t N u o r . n 4 e : d A7 u e p xcit i i i i n o g ne li y t eo le m F b l e: d t Hat for the young with brim and felt bows. PRICE 18/11 No. 2: This de- ~ , lightful Hat in Felt, suitable for the young matron, has the new Breton tendency
08 April 1940 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
OF •ADVERTISiMFN7 GUARANMED ON MOULD NZ POSTID As lIVCII IN ADVAXCI

OF •ADVERTISiMFN7 GUARANMED ON MOULD NZ POSTID As lIVCII IN ADVAXCI

OF •ADVERTISiMFN7 GUARANMED ON MOULD POSTID As lIVCII IN ADVAXCI rOSSIBLE. SALES EV AUCTION JOHN MILNE, AUCTIONS= AND VALUATOR. NORTH SILVER STREET. ABERDEEN WEDNESDAY FIRST, at 10.30 Forenoon, At BON-ACCORD AUCTION SALOONS. SALE OF A LARGE COLLECTION OF FURNITURE.—Currant Orand
13 January 1940 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
IMMENSE BURDENS

IMMENSE BURDENS

Let no one suppose that the war can be carried on to the only conclusion which free men and women would tolerate without incurring immense burdens and making heavy sacrifices. The comparative quiet of events at home and the limited extent of our own losses and sufferings in the
13 January 1940 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DONS' GOAL-SCORING RIOT GRAND FORCING WORK BY THE HALVES

DONS' GOAL-SCORING RIOT GRAND FORCING WORK BY THE HALVES

(By "MAC.") IT was easy for Aberdeen to-day. After an indifferent start they took command, and Cowdenbeath were a well-beaten team at the finish. The greater part of the credit for Aberdeen's success must go to the half-back line, and particularly to the Thomsons, who forced on
13 January 1940 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland