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ABERDEEN AND LONDON STEAMERS

ABERDEEN AND LONDON STEAMERS

jr rfIHE undernoted or other of the ABERDEEN STEAM NAVIGATION J^«irtewcOMP\NY, S STEAM SHIPS will b« des- (weather, &e. permitting) dunng the Month of April, 1861, as under;— CITY of LONDON Capt. IVm. Campbell, Jnn. EARL of ABERDEEN.. .Captain Thomas HOWLING. from ABERDEEN (87,
10 April 1861 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
INDIGESTION WITH LANGUOR AND WANT OF ENERGY

INDIGESTION WITH LANGUOR AND WANT OF ENERGY

When taking these Pills, rub Holloway’s celebrated Ointment over the pit of the stomach, and over the regions of the liver, on the right ride under the ribs, and you will at once experience change for the better in your digestion, spirits, appetite, strength, and energy. The imp
10 April 1861 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PITFOUR ESTATES.

PITFOUR ESTATES.

QROUIfD TO BE LET. ABOUT SO Acres of the LAND at ARDLAWHILL, in the Parish of Longside, recently cleared of the Growing Wood—including few Acres still to be clearedis intended to be Let, in one or more Farms or Possessions. Part of the Land was trenched when being cleared. Propo
10 April 1861 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DISPLBNISH SALE OF MERCHANT’S STOCK, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &C. On Wednesday, the 17th April, there will be exposed for Sale, Public

DISPLBNISH SALE OF MERCHANT’S STOCK, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &C. On Wednesday, the 17th April, there will be exposed for Sale, Public

Koup. at Drumhead, Parish of Birse, THE Whole SHOP STOCK, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Ac., belonging to the Representatives of the late Archibald Knox—viz.. Broad and Narrow Cloth— Tweeds Kersies Moleskin Brown and Black Corduroy— Velveteen Fancy Vest Pieces—Baze, Drill, Duck, Jacconet
10 April 1861 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TRADES’ HALL, UNION STREET.

TRADES’ HALL, UNION STREET.

» „__ Ten Days Only. , T JZE WINGS from open in the above 00 £° f Alt hrou ff hou t the country, 12th April current firSt> f r Ten Ba * s fl ° Noon I' 4.30, p.m., and from till Pence MI> Exhibition, Sixpence; Evening Do., TVo- Aberdeen, 9th April, 1861. the Vcr3, Eev - Provincia
10 April 1861 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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FAIRS IN APRIL.

FAIRS IN APRIL.

Mon. 8. Fyvie—Lumphanan—Newmachar—Eothie Station. Tues. 9. Inverury—Portree. Wed. 10. Aboyne—Forfar—Turriff. Thur. 11. Broadford (Skye)—Cornhill of Park—Grantown (sheep.) Fri. 12. Craigievar. Mon. 15. El’on—Castle Douglas—Ruthrieston—Tornaveen. Tues. 16. Cruden—Aberfoyle—Keith—K
10 April 1861 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
4.—RUBJSLAW

4.—RUBJSLAW

4.— RUBJSLAW The advocates of this Site urge—l. That it is the most economical. It is level—requiring no expensive excavations or foundations, and it has the command of a common sewer leading through Albert Street. 2. The Accesses from all quarters are wide and direct streets. 3.
10 April 1861 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PUBLIC MEETING,

PUBLIC MEETING,

The Public Meeting, at which the audience was large, took place at six o’clock in the Music Hall—Councillor Leslie in the chair. After praise and prayer, led by the Rev. Mr WhYTE, Montrose, The Chairman, in the course of some introductory remarks, said —We have often been asked
10 April 1861 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BULLET,

BULLET,

THE Property of the Earl of Seafield, will Serve Mares this Season, and will Travel from the Ist April to the end of June, in the Lower Districts of Aberdeen and Banff Shires. Terms Proprietors’ Mares, £1 10s 6d ; Farmers’ Mares, £1 2s 6d., including Groom’s Fee, to be paid to t
5 June 1861 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
REPORT OP CHAPEL DEBT COMMITTEE.

REPORT OP CHAPEL DEBT COMMITTEE.

Professor Campbell Swinton reported that £783 had been contributed to the above scheme, and that the committee were now entitled to receive the £2OOO promised by the Fergusson Trustees, so that they would not require to ask a collection this year. (Applause.) The report was adop
5 June 1861 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland