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PRATT & KEITH, ABERDEEN, WOULD DIRECT ATTENTION TO THEIR LATEST PYRENEES PURE WOOL NOVELTIES, ladies' dressing gowns, DRESSING JACKETS, BED

PRATT & KEITH, ABERDEEN, WOULD DIRECT ATTENTION TO THEIR LATEST PYRENEES PURE WOOL NOVELTIES, ladies' dressing gowns, DRESSING JACKETS, BED

JACKETS, & PETTICOATS, ACKNOWLEDGED TO BE THE FINEST RANGE OF COLOURS EVER PRODUCED. have also received our first delivery of FLANNELETTE UNDERCLOTHING FOR THE AUTUMN LADIES' NIGHT GOWNS, CHEMISES, COMBINATIONS, DRAWERS, SLIP BODICES, IN CREAM AND FANCY STRIPES. LADIES' CELLULAR
28 August 1893 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-NIGHT. Lokdok, Monday. 0. Scotland, N.—North-westerly and westerly breezes, ; a few showers, bat fair as a

WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-NIGHT. Lokdok, Monday. 0. Scotland, N.—North-westerly and westerly breezes, ; a few showers, bat fair as a

whole. 1. Scotland, E.—North-westerly and varying airs ; tine generally. England, N.E.—De. I England, K.—North-easterly breezes, light or moderate ; fine, cold inland to-night. 4. Midland Counties.—Similar to 1 and 2 ; very cold to-night. 5 England, {with London and Channel).— S
28 August 1893 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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05 June 1893 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN RAILWAY SERVANTS' AMBULANCE CLASS.

ABERDEEN RAILWAY SERVANTS' AMBULANCE CLASS.

* The presentation medals and certificates the members of the Railway Servants' Ambulance Class took place in Ferryhill Parish Church Hall last eveuing. There was a large attendance, and among those present were—Rev. H. W. Wright, MrC. Smith, district manager, Caledonian Railway
16 June 1893 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NEWSPAPERS IN CHURCH.

NEWSPAPERS IN CHURCH.

" Should a newspaper be read in church is the burning question which now flames in the theological mind of Ballarat, Victoria. A member of a church choir was detected in the of a newspaper during the sermon, and was publicly rebuked for it by the preacher. The Bishop, however, w
23 October 1893 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE FUNERAL OF MARSHAL. MACMAHON.

THE FUNERAL OF MARSHAL. MACMAHON.

Paris, Sunday afternoon.—At half-past nine this morning the coffin containing the remains of Marshal MacMahon, which was taken the Madelaine last night on its arrival, was removed from the vaults the church and placed on a catafalque erected on top of the steps in front the sacr
23 October 1893 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ODDFELLOWS' MOVEABLE COMMITTEE.

ODDFELLOWS' MOVEABLE COMMITTEE.

At the resumed sitting of the Oddfellows' Moreable Committee at Southampton to-day, the action the members Belfast district in taking part in the anti-Home Rule demonstrations was mentioned, and tbe chief officials tbe order protested against any indulgence in political discussi
26 May 1893 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ALLEGED THREAT TO MURDER A WIFE.

ALLEGED THREAT TO MURDER A WIFE.

In Aberdeen Sheriff Criminal Court this afternoon—Sheriff Brown the bench—James Home, shepherd, Finglennie, Rhynie, was charged with having, on the 18th intant, in the dwelling-house occupied by him, conducted himself in lawless aod disorderly manner, threatened to murder his wi
26 May 1893 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TO-DAY'S CRICKET.

TO-DAY'S CRICKET.

AUSTRALIANS V. LANCASHIRE. Play was resumed in dull weather Manchester to-day at noon, and the Australian innings closed at ten minutes to one tor 222, giving them the lead •f 125. In a minority of 125 runs, Lancashire began their second Attempt at ten minutes past one, Steel an
26 May 1893 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland