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WARSHIPS OFF ABERDEEN.

WARSHIPS OFF ABERDEEN.

A fleet five large warships pa&ed Aberdeen about 10.30 last night, steaming northwards. The vessels were between six ande-'ght miles out, and it is thought that their destination was Invergordon,
12 September 1908 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The Admiralty yacht 1 M'Kenna, First Ijord of the party on board, arrived Ca^.jje* 1 ' terdiay from Pembroke. Mr

The Admiralty yacht 1 M'Kenna, First Ijord of the party on board, arrived Ca^.jje* 1 ' terdiay from Pembroke. Mr

pf ' party landed in the afternoon, a ' Machrihanish for golf. Inckease in Edinburgh {h® burgh were consider^-' 1 . [ surer's Committee of Edinburgh , yesterday. The rate this year * c-n cccupiers and down 3 v,« 1 makes the rate on occupiere. The expla.naiion w '.in-o' 11 ' whic
12 September 1908 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE ABERDEEN WATER SUPPLY.

THE ABERDEEN WATER SUPPLY.

SCHEME RECOMMENDED probable expenditure, £1,500,000. important meeting of the Water Oam"tee the Aberdeen Town Council was held S,6rda •—Gooncilior A. Wilson (RubisLaw), the fpa^ eil€r ' re6 *ding—for the purpose of hearing > a by Sir Alexander R. Binnie and ■"Oeorge F, Detioon,
12 September 1908 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE RAINSTORM.

THE RAINSTORM.

BRIDGE SWEPT AWAY INVERNESS. LESLIE. The Leslie district was visited by a severe rainstorm and high winds Thursday. Heavy peals of thunder were heard about o'clock, followed torrents of rain. About mid-day, the wind veered northward, and blew* a gale, which has done still more d
12 September 1908 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
OUR LONDON LETTER. (BY "JOURNAL" SPECIAL WIRE.) Friday right. The political situation in Newcastle has placed the Labour party an

OUR LONDON LETTER. (BY "JOURNAL" SPECIAL WIRE.) Friday right. The political situation in Newcastle has placed the Labour party an

awkward dilemma. The local Labourists have resolved to run a candidate, and have selected Mr J. J. Stephenson, of the Engineers' Society, as their nominee. The National Labour party, the other hand, have refused to recognise his candidature. If he should go forward and should wi
12 September 1908 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE MINNESOTA FOREST FIRES.

THE MINNESOTA FOREST FIRES.

Ottawa, Friday. A Font-William telegram says a solid wall 25 miles long stretches from Grand Maria to Chicago Bay..—Renter.
12 September 1908 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TO-DAY'S RACING SELECTIONS

TO-DAY'S RACING SELECTIONS

HULL MEETING. (•'Morning Leader.") Goole Plate —Uncanonical filiy. Nursery—Larkspur H. Plate—Trip. Gold Cocksure 11. Grimsby Handicap—Cuff3. Newholiand Nursery—Fortiter. ("Sporting Life.") Plate—ltalian Opera. Hedon Nursery—Mountsbay. Plate —Trip. Gold Cocksure 11. Grimsby Handi
12 September 1908 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
STEAMER WRECKED ON THE AFRICAN COAST.

STEAMER WRECKED ON THE AFRICAN COAST.

TRACE OF THE CREW. Madrid, Thursday. A Oeufca telegram reports that a ship, supposed be British, has foundered off the African coast. The authorities despatched a steamer, and boats also proceeded to the scene of the wreck, bat no trace the survivors was found. —Reuter.
12 September 1908 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SCHOONER YACHT BURIED AT SEA

SCHOONER YACHT BURIED AT SEA

A Newport (Isle of Wight) correspondent reports that just before midnight on Thursday, the schooner yacht Celyon was completely destroyed fire ten twelve miles off St Catherine's Point. The oaptain and the owner, with the crew of sixteen, left the burning vessel in two boats, a«
12 September 1908 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
KETCH WRECKED IN ENGLISH CHANNEL.

KETCH WRECKED IN ENGLISH CHANNEL.

The Liverpool ketch Friendship, Malo Tralee, s-prang leak on Thursday in the English Channel and foundered last night. Her crew of three landed in their own boat at Dartmouth.
12 September 1908 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland