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THE MOTOR CAR RACE.

THE MOTOR CAR RACE.

I THE MIOTOR CAR RACCE. I THE TURNING POINT REACHED. I The motor cars engaged in the great 1000 miles I raca reached the turning point at Edinburgh last e night. They have now travelled from Lodoni via Bristol about 520 miles, and prior to the re- turn journey being entered upon
3 May 1900 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SCHOOL BOARD

SCHOOL BOARD

fh U E V HEADMISTRESS (Certificated) Wanted, for Port Erroll Infant School; ea' ary £7O; to commence duties *oon 3 ' j-.--«ibie. with testiinonials, March. /LEX BRUCE, Clerk, Cruden Bay, Port Erroll, 23id Feb., 1901. GlKii CUE “BOCAL ROT’S' Oompetßicn for 113 Vacancies. April 2d
27 February 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

| I t (BY "JOURNAL " SPECIAL WIRE.) (FROM OCR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) 5 NEW BRIDGE STREET. n Wednesday night. d The House of Commons got through a e good deal of business to-day. They began with the Registration of Firms Bill, the second reading of whidh was moved by Mr n Eminott. Th
3 May 1900 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
RABBITS, POULTRY, EGGS FISH, OYSTERS, AND OTHER COUNTRY PRODUCE. WANTED, ANY QUANTITY WEEKLY. Good Pnc«s Paid for Good Quality. MAOLAREN

RABBITS, POULTRY, EGGS FISH, OYSTERS, AND OTHER COUNTRY PRODUCE. WANTED, ANY QUANTITY WEEKLY. Good Pnc«s Paid for Good Quality. MAOLAREN

& CO., Fish, Poultry, Egg Merc.iante, and Produce Importer «, 87 WEST STREET, GLASGOW, S.S.
27 February 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AND NAPKINS.

AND NAPKINS.

AFTERNOON TEA CLOTHS. END OF SALE. END OF SALE BUCKIE TRUST STOCK. DAVID DEWAR’S NOW GOING ON BUCKIE Of the Stock of Mr JOHN WILSON.^ Draper. 15 Baron Street, which was bought at Fourteen Shillinge and Fivepence per Pound Mr soa'a cost price, WILL END ON MONDAY, March 4 There is
27 February 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TIVE COUNCIL

TIVE COUNCIL

THE ALMA MATER ” DISPUTE A special meeting of the Aberdeen University Students’ Representative Council held last week—Mr Forbes presiding. she question of the approval minutes of last meeting was moved that the part relating to the vote of censure on the Alma Mater Committee lie
27 February 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
APPOINTMENT FOR AN ABERDEENSHIRE DOCTOR.

APPOINTMENT FOR AN ABERDEENSHIRE DOCTOR.

APPOINTMENT FOR ABERDEENSHIRE DOCTOR. committee meeting of Paisley Town Council Alexander Robb, Hamilton, was appointed medical officer of health for the burgh, in room of Dr Robertson, who leaves for Leith. Robb 31 years of age. holds the degrees of M.A., M.8., C.M., D.Ph. with
27 February 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DISTRICT INSTITUTIONS

DISTRICT INSTITUTIONS

The inventory of the estate of the late Joseph Fraser, restired fanner. Cliff House, lasch, has been lodged with the sheriff clerk of Aberdeenshire, and amounts £720 sd, which £l2 estate duty has been paid. Fraser leaves to a society Aberdeen which has for its object the saving
27 February 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
RECOVERY OF REMAINS

RECOVERY OF REMAINS

A melancholy reminder of the fishing disaster which occurred at Delting, Shetland, in December last, reported from Mid Yell. One of the fishing boats belonging that place, while fishing between Fetiar and Skerries, hauled up on line part of a body. It was, of course, much be unr
27 February 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BODY FOfND IN THE SPEY

BODY FOfND IN THE SPEY

Information was received Rothes Monday morning from the police constable t.ha: the body of Lewis Elchies, has been recovered. went the night of January loth last, and various parties from time time had dragged the Spey, but without success. Latterly it was recognised that the bo
27 February 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland