Playgoen may be reminded that the Pantomime has only two more nights ran, and that the afternoon performance will be given to-morrow. "Little Rod Riding Hood," in Mr Arthur's version, is one of the moet pleasant Cbitetmaa stories that have ever been presented in Aberdeen, and it
new Factory on Mom DAT Fttsrr, 15*h Mar, Firewood Chopped Patent Machinery. Neatly bundled. Freshly imported Baltic Timber used. Regular delirery Van. One Hundred Bundle* .. delivered. Thirty bundles „ Good bagful Firewood Is N.B.— old timber will be used. ABERDEEN MACHINE FIREW
remain for a few weeks for the shooting. The Duke Firs Brighton.— The Duke of Fife has just opened * Is** tennis court Brighton. The new court provided with excellent top and side lights, commodious galleries, a sandstone floor, ann » rooir.y ball, with bath and dressing-rooms.
A FISHKRMAN'S BRAVERY. Tbe steam liner Mayflower, which arrived Aberdeen early this morning, landed two of her crew who had beeu overboard. appears that the Mayflower was proceeding to sea yesterday, and when about half a mile off the Greyhope Rock, Wm. Krskine, the cook, who wa
his congregation by Professor Cowan. Id the course his sermon tbe preacher congratulated the senior minister (the Rev. W. R. Fraser, M. A.) and the parishioners ou the settlement among them of most distinguished student, who had carried off the highest honours in the Aberdeen Di
her residence, 4 Castlehill, after a brief illness. Mrs Smart has been actively engaged in business all life, and more particularly since the death of her husband, Councillor George Smari, s. fifteen years ago. She was a thorough business woman, kindly philanthropic disposition,
Mr Marshall, assistant publisher of the " Sporting Life," and Pearce, a waiter at the Cheshire Cheese, ware boating on the lake at Hendon. Wishing change seats Pearce stood up, and then, let his companion pass, sat down on the gunwale. The usual result followed, and both men wer
The Rev. F. R. Gibbons, vho has been uniting the vicar of St Almine, Fleetwood, hu suet bed to blood poisoning, resulting from injury to hi« finger, caused by a fish-hook. was a navy chaplain, and waa 71 year* of age.
The "Digger*' News," Smith African paper, ssys that a man named Gleeeon, who waa a sergeant in the British Army during the Indian Mutiny, and who died last December, confessed his son in-law Hughes, at Pretoria (Transvaal), that murdered the Kiag of Oude, and with two others sto