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TO-DAY'S LOCAL EVENTS.

TO-DAY'S LOCAL EVENTS.

THE MYSTERY. SOUTAK'S CASH The letters the ca-e <*f Soutar were formally scrve-d upon the Js»rd Advocate* <•11 l'ridaj', and this upon Mr Ohai les can, Procurator-Fiscal the C«e.inty «>f Alw-rdeen. the petition presented bv to have his trial within period sixty days after intima
31 July 1882 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PLACING OBSTRUCTIONS ON THE RAILWAY.

PLACING OBSTRUCTIONS ON THE RAILWAY.

the Aberdeen Sheriff Court Comrie i the —Adam Caul*A. /ariwhoiiae. Old Deer, was charged with the crim • maLeious mischief, by aaving, 2-Jth J'dy, olaceu stone or hard subsiance on' one o' tiie iw\«j between Aher«iecn and I'eterhead at part «»-i»e. the croi t of New Mill of iiiu
31 July 1882 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
"RUPTUELMo Main Lever Truss allowed be upwards en the most effective invention for the treatment Hernia. The use a steel

"RUPTUELMo Main Lever Truss allowed be upwards en the most effective invention for the treatment Hernia. The use a steel

spring, is often hurtful its cflecu. avoided, a soft bandage i« worn round the body, while the requisite resisting power supplied the Main Pad and Patent Lever, fitting with so much ease and tiiat it cannot detected, r.nd may be worn during sleep. descriptive circular wfch_ test
31 July 1882 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Strike at a Slate Quarry Averted.—Notice. were posted on Saturday .at Fostenior Slate Quarries announcing the reduction of four hours

Strike at a Slate Quarry Averted.—Notice. were posted on Saturday .at Fostenior Slate Quarries announcing the reduction of four hours

weekly iu the hours of labour. This the result of tint conference between tlieCommitte of Workmen and the employers, and the companies have averted a threatened ttrilte of men.
31 July 1882 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE LAND BILL COMMITTEE

THE LAND BILL COMMITTEE

The Karl of CUrendon will Lord*' Land Bill Committee by the Duke of land.
06 March 1882 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TRIAL OF AN ELECTRIC TRAM CAR IN LONDON.

TRIAL OF AN ELECTRIC TRAM CAR IN LONDON.

TRIAL AN ELECTRIC TRAM CAR IN LONDON. The fir.-d, ;>uhiic trial of an electric train car ever made tliis country took Saturday afternoon, on tl«." branch the North Metropolitan Tramways, worked by l'aure's electric accumulators, and it is reported have been very successful. The t
06 March 1882 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE COMBE LECTURES.

THE COMBE LECTURES.

The eighth ami last the series of lecture# physiology and the lawn of health was delivered in Si. Katharine's Hall Saturday evening by I'rofesnor Stirling, of Aberdeen Hnivcnuty. There was a very large audience. The subject lecture wan 44 llespiration and the Lung*."' After the
06 March 1882 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THOMSON'S ROYAL PATENT ' TO!N ELIXIR.. its bcueficial properties, with the greut-.i»t nee. -This Medicine prepared with the purest and

THOMSON'S ROYAL PATENT ' TO!N ELIXIR.. its bcueficial properties, with the greut-.i»t nee. -This Medicine prepared with the purest and

, most valuable Drug, under direct medical sujwrvidon. It* need not interferes with ordinary diet, duties adapted lor all companions and oven climate. Its use averts Innumerable and it has i vcn a?r. r all other ren»i*dte-i ha\c failed. Although is not given out cure lor every k
06 March 1882 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The Evening Express.

The Evening Express.

AEERDEHN. MONDAY, JAN. 10, 3852. The act by which Sir Krasmus Wilson lias iost placed tho I'nivereitv of Aberdeen under obligation to him, must peculiarly pleasing the whole community, and especially the medical profession.of which the donor such distinguished ornamc-ut. Such gi
16 January 1882 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WOMAN KICKED TO DEATH. On Saturday night a tram pin weaver named ITowarth White, livincr Burnley, while a drunken fit,

WOMAN KICKED TO DEATH. On Saturday night a tram pin weaver named ITowarth White, livincr Burnley, while a drunken fit,

kicked his paramour violent manner with his clogs. The woman ran into the streets, and died tht arms of a policeman, who had been sent for. WhU will brought before the Magistrates to-day.
16 January 1882 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland