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?^:r .. WINTER ARRANGEMENTS. SAILINGS FOR FEBBOAEY, 1879 ABERDEEN, EDINBURGH, WICK, THURSO, ORKNEY, AND SHETLAND. north of Scotland X and

?^:r .. WINTER ARRANGEMENTS. SAILINGS FOR FEBBOAEY, 1879 ABERDEEN, EDINBURGH, WICK, THURSO, ORKNEY, AND SHETLAND. north of Scotland X and

ORKNEY and SHETLAND STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S (fonnerly the Aberdeen, Leith, and Clyde Shipping Company) Powerful and Commodious Steamships are appointe to Sail in the following or other order during FEBRUARY (unless prevented any unforeseen occurrence), and calling, weather pe
22 February 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
District News.

District News.

> eroauld, sppUatele tansnta laimfcri, householders i ■■Irt nffinm, mn»l body bolt & hospitable and greeting. ' 1 . fitDBKT moun- \ <jfsno«. . ?, a Tm.wm* t. ■< Beaton, waited aa-Prcvost Cameron residence on ! ' Weitfeids7e3H**,% his reason* for resigning Fro*>rtsbip. The Provos
10 June 1881 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ANOTHER RUSSIAN LOAN.

ANOTHER RUSSIAN LOAN.

'Hub - Nem folio wing telegram, is Believed correct, and refers to temporary loan of abopt fire by Russia. Her last public were the oriental or war loans, which were largely internal, bat were not voluntarily subscribed to an extent mate them practical successes. The present wan
10 June 1881 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Scottish Games at Montreal.—The annual gathering and athletic sports of the Montreal Caledonian Society came off on Thursday, the 21st

Scottish Games at Montreal.—The annual gathering and athletic sports of the Montreal Caledonian Society came off on Thursday, the 21st

ult., befort an assemblage of spectators numbering about 6000. Many of the principal prizes in the athletic competitions were carried off by Mr George Davidson, Aberdeen ; and one of the prizes for gentleman dressed the most complete Highland costume was won by Hamilton Corbett,
03 September 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN SHERIFF COURT.

ABERDEEN SHERIFF COURT.

THIS DAY. (Before Sheriff Oombie Thomson.) and Reckless Riding. William M'iMillun, horse-dealer, Huntly, was charged with having, on August, the publio rond Lumadcn Village, parish of Auohindolr, rodo horse in furious and reokless manner, the danger of the lieges. A previous con
03 September 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ACTION OF LAW BURROWS.

ACTION OF LAW BURROWS.

THIS DAY. An action of law burrows was held to-day before Sheriff Comrio Thomson, Mrs Brldgot O'Connor or Charlos, residing In Rhind's Court, Gallowgftto, against husband, Georgo Charles, shoemaker, Aberdoon. The pursuer prayed the Court ordain the respondent, within certain sho
03 September 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GALLANT RESCUE OF THIRTEEN LIVES.

GALLANT RESCUE OF THIRTEEN LIVES.

The following is the statement of the commander of the British India Steam Navigation Company's steamer Sirdhana to the agents at Bombay, reporting the picking up at sea on the 6th August, during a heavy gale, of three European pilots and ten natives, the crew of a capsized pilo
03 September 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
We understand that Mr Balfour Paul, advocate, has been appointed Assistant-Registrar for Scotland of Friendly Societies, vacant the resignation of

We understand that Mr Balfour Paul, advocate, has been appointed Assistant-Registrar for Scotland of Friendly Societies, vacant the resignation of

Mr Archibald Anderson. Appointment of Headmaster of the Kirkwall Burgh School.—At meeting of the School Board of Kirkwall aud St Ola held Saturday afternoon, Mr John M'Ewan, M.A., classical master in the Aberdeen Collegiate School, was appointed headmaster Kirkwall Burgh Aberdee
03 November 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GENERAL SIR EVENING WOOD.

GENERAL SIR EVENING WOOD.

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03 November 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THIRTEEN-AND WE have now to hand the Largest Display En-laud TWEED OVERCOATINGS. SUITINGS, C Prices. TRY OUR USERS, ) PAIRS

THIRTEEN-AND WE have now to hand the Largest Display En-laud TWEED OVERCOATINGS. SUITINGS, C Prices. TRY OUR USERS, ) PAIRS

26/ ivo bought Inrgel' RTEEN-AND-SI2 ind never Oheape nt. Some of th n Windows To-da; 'own nt 22s Gd. A6UREMENT— and Inside Lcq mures. N Y, n JERDEfcN. >AM PRATT. CELEBRATED 50s. IJ T, Made from Worsted Coatings. Scotch and W«-st -of - England 1 u r
03 November 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland