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TOPICS OF THE DAY.

TOPICS OF THE DAY.

British and French allies are satisfactorily keeping their end up, the Russians are sweeping everything before them War and and literally mowing' down the Sentiment. Austrian* like corn before the reaping machine. " They have been everywhere victorious," says an official report
12 September 1914 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Rescue of Oceanic's Crew.

Rescue of Oceanic's Crew.

CAPTAIN OF THE GLENOGIL. Photograph of Captain Armour, of the trawler who wae instrumental saving men aboard the wrecked Atlantic liner Oceanic, converted into an .armed cruisar. * I>unn and Son, Union Street.
12 September 1914 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Successful Sortie from Antwerp.

Successful Sortie from Antwerp.

300 CERMANS CAPTURED. ~ Amsterdam, Friday. , The "Niewe Amsterdamsch© prrblishes a telegram from Tilbury of yesterday's date stating that Belgian troops, cover of the artillery of the forts of 'Puers and ghem, made a sort.e from Antwerp, and cleared ' Aerschot of Germans, captur
12 September 1914 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SUICIDE AT BUCKIE.

SUICIDE AT BUCKIE.

Tailor Cuts His Throat with a Razor. Telegram.) Buckie, Saturday. George Hay, tailor, committed suicide this forenoon by cutting his throat with a razor his at Baron Lane, Buckie. Deoea**«d was widower about 65 years of age. had been in depressed spirits of lite.
12 September 1914 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
"A DISGRACE TO THE ARMY."

"A DISGRACE TO THE ARMY."

Thirty Days' Imprisonment. x ' You are a disgraoe the Army " were the words addressed Baillie Dunoan in the Aberdeen Police Court to-day to George Rostron, street musician, Street, who was brought up charge of assaulting his wife the 27th and 28th August. He appeared <X3®ceota.o
12 September 1914 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CAPTURING THE ENEMIES' TRADE.

CAPTURING THE ENEMIES' TRADE.

Millions Toys and Cnmss. Intelligence Branch of the »!-, ~ * rari - in connection with the initiated the Board of Trade British manufacturers trader* capture trade formerly i German, Austrian, or Hungarian hands that they have developed f r in this .ampins purchased from these C
12 September 1914 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HOTELS. &c. STONEHAVEN. BAY HOTEL. re Chaw Hotel. trie Light Lift. £r«ry Ootniort. Very Moderate Boarding and Weok-F.nd B*tea. Apply,

HOTELS. &c. STONEHAVEN. BAY HOTEL. re Chaw Hotel. trie Light Lift. £r«ry Ootniort. Very Moderate Boarding and Weok-F.nd B*tea. Apply,

Manageress. " PrTLOCHRY HYDRO HOTEL," Pitlochry. "The Switzerland of Scotland" ll'im Guide application. 35. Uomfort." Printed and pabliihad the" Aberdeen «nd
12 September 1914 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GERMANS ECONOMISING IN MEN.

GERMANS ECONOMISING IN MEN.

New Tactiosrt »«* French Affre"* 11 British "ft* pari®. Reviewing yesterdays Fiench commutator s- eo Yesterday (Safirday) th day and extended their ns £ „ North Iho our Allies develop wooded region • ot Bazentin, to , maD Not only was the *> tion broken a from ' eV ;h'- (fully s
17 July 1916 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
RECALCITRANT ENGINEERS.

RECALCITRANT ENGINEERS.

Clyde Dissatisfaction .t. » h "Sgded P""Ill fao ' ..J
17 July 1916 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Late Markets.

Late Markets.

CATTLE. LONDON, Monday.—Beast*. 679. For both prime and second quality English cattle trade ruled slow, partly due to the inclement weather, late rates governing- most sales. Irish cattle also were quoted at, iate rates Fat cows, bulls, and rough cattle, though slow to vend, mai
17 July 1916 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland