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WILLS AND BEQUESTS.

WILLS AND BEQUESTS.

The will of Mr Charles Bentley Bingley, late Greenford, Middlesex, has been proved at upwards of £167,000 ; of Mrs Charlotte Perrier, late of Lota, in the county of Cork, at upwards of £95,000 ; and of the Ven. Benjamin Harrison, M.A., Canon of Canterbury, exceeding £43,000. The
20 May 1887 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SHOCKING RAILWAY ACCIDENT.

SHOCKING RAILWAY ACCIDENT.

(Fro* To-Day's Times.) Philadelphia, Thursday.—A foods train on the Cbicazo and Alton Railroad yesterday ran into a construction near Bioomington, Illinois, when 22 labourers were killed, and many others injured.
29 July 1887 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE DROWNING ACCIDENTS AT YARMOUTH.

THE DROWNING ACCIDENTS AT YARMOUTH.

A man and two women of those drowned in Roads yesterday have been identified as visitors from London. One those drowned on the Prcydon Water was identified to-day as a Yarmouth lady. Another telegram says :—This morning the body of Emily Denton, one the four who were lost by cap
29 July 1887 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE LATE SIR CHARLES MACGREGOR.

THE LATE SIR CHARLES MACGREGOR.

(Reuteb's Telegram.) Simla, Friday.—At a meeting promote a memorial to the late Sir Charles Macgregor, it was proposed that the tribute should take the form of a gold medal as a prize for excellence of survey work in the Indian Army, and that there should also be a statue or pai
20 May 1887 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EXTENSIVE BANK FRAUDS.

EXTENSIVE BANK FRAUDS.

The •'Times,"in its "City Article," says:—We are informed that extensive frauds have recently been committed on the agents of an American bank means of forged letters of credit, which were presented simultaneously by a gang of skilful thieves six or eight of the leading cities o
20 May 1887 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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HOW A SOLDIER AIRED HIS GRIEVANCES.

HOW A SOLDIER AIRED HIS GRIEVANCES.

«j*A conspicuous object in front of the House of Commons on Wednesday was an army captain, formerly belonging to the 86th Regiment who, order to attract attention some unheeded grievance be has against the War Office, dressed himself up in a most extraordinary manner. He wore a
20 May 1887 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DER MAJESTFS THEATRE. iMB-iMB 1 JOES Last Two Nights of Jit JAMES P. MOORE'S COMPANY; Tc-Night (Fridav) Last Nieht of

DER MAJESTFS THEATRE. iMB-iMB 1 JOES Last Two Nights of Jit JAMES P. MOORE'S COMPANY; Tc-Night (Fridav) Last Nieht of

LITTLE 18 CARAT, To-Morrow Last Night of TEE DAXITES. Time and Prices usual. M MONDAY KE XT. SIX SIGHTS ONLY, SPECIAL PRODUCTION OF GUY M A N E I G. ARLAKD'S VARIETIES. THE P.AXD'S TICKET BENEFIT TO-NIGHT. TWO Populir Songs v.ill he to the First Five Hundred r.nc the Hall. Power
20 May 1887 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FATAL RESULT OF A CAROUSE.

FATAL RESULT OF A CAROUSE.

, Yesterday, the Northern Police Court, Glasgow, Robert Brown, cabdriver, was remitted to the Sheriff on a charge of being concerned the death of Alexander Watson, also a cabdriver. On Saturday night Watson accompanied Brown on his cab to Coatbridge, where the}' had some drink t
02 March 1887 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE AMERICAN MAILS.

THE AMERICAN MAILS.

ACCEPTANCE OF OFFER. OFFER OF THE CUNARD AND WHITE Star companies finally declined. THE AGITATION IN IRELAND. The Press Association's Liverpool correspondent telegraphs:—The and International Steamship Company of Liverpool to-day received an intimation from the Secretary to the
20 November 1886 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A BELGIAN COLLEGE DESTROYED BY FIRE

A BELGIAN COLLEGE DESTROYED BY FIRE

BELGIAN COLLEGE DESTROYED BY FIRE [Special Telegram.] Brussels. Friday.—An extensive and destructive lire raped for a considerable time to-day the town of Huy, which lies about 17 miles to the south-west of Liege, the result being that the Royal College, the Intermediary School,
20 November 1886 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland