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THE REFORM OF THE LORDS

THE REFORM OF THE LORDS

SECOND EDITION. Monday Morning, 5.30. Whatever may hp. tho outcome the present ■ori-nig Parliament, there is one point which should steadily kept in view 'by the Unionist party. proposed reform -ution the House of Lords should turned 'o far possible to Imperial uses. The reforme
28 February 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE REFERENDUM PROPOSAL.

THE REFERENDUM PROPOSAL.

It been suggested that- the Government may resort to the expedient the referendum. In that case, after their Veto Bill or veto resolution had been accepted by the House of Commons, they would submit; it th© judgment of the oountry, not the ordinary method general but by special
28 February 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
RECORD-BREAKING BATTLESHIP FOR THE UNITED STATES.

RECORD-BREAKING BATTLESHIP FOR THE UNITED STATES.

Washington, Sunday. At a private session of the House of Repre-' sentative»' Naval Affairs Committee yesterday Mr Meyer, Secretary for the Navy, announced his intention of asking for authorisation to lay down 1911 battleship of teoord-breaking dimensions. The proposed vessel is
28 February 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE GOVERNMENT AND WICK HARBOUR.

THE GOVERNMENT AND WICK HARBOUR.

An apparently simple question stands on the Order Paper in the name Mr William Moore for to-morrow. It is addressed to the Lord Advocate, and seeks for information as to whether it intended make any further grant or loan towards expenses of Wick Harbour. But it has to extraordin
28 February 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE REVOLT IN CENTRAL INDIA.

THE REVOLT IN CENTRAL INDIA.

Allahabad, Sunday. Reports from the State of Raster mention discontent with the forest regulations and friction over the details of the administration the causes the rebellion. The rebels expelled the outsiders, and burned the schools and the Government buildings. Troops arrived
28 February 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE LAW OF DIVORCE.

THE LAW OF DIVORCE.

THE COST OF LITIGATION. THE QUESTION OF PUBLICITY. SIR JOHN BIGHAM'S EVIDENCE. The Royal Commission Divorce Laws resumed its sittings at Winchester House Saturday, under the chairmanship of Lord Gore 11. ex-President the Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division the Law Courts. T
28 February 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DUN CHURCH VACANCY.

DUN CHURCH VACANCY.

connection -with the vacancy at the Church Dun, Montrose, caused th# death Rev. Alexander the following short has been drawn up— Rev. W. Potter, St Glasgow. Rev. F. M'Kenzie. Newington, Edinburgh. Rev. E. Lee, Paula-
28 February 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Social Democratic Pabtt— Addbess & George Bis&et.—Mr George Bisset meeting of Social Democratic Party subject, "Is the of the support

Social Democratic Pabtt— Addbess & George Bis&et.—Mr George Bisset meeting of Social Democratic Party subject, "Is the of the support

of the working ' Queen Street, last night. There was ' tendance, and Fraoer preside®- Bisset said t,he differences that had i,rl£^ t ioCf> the Irish and Liberal and Labour of the Houses of Commons wore . C fundamental. What, commended strongly to the great proportion of the (par
28 February 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SPORTING NEWS.

SPORTING NEWS.

FOOTBALL. Kilmarnock v. Aberdeen. (SCOTTISH LEAGUE—FIRST DIVISION.) Othe" '''' narnoc k these teams opposed each Ur conditions. The visitors wero ttitiTf r# ' ''^ eBente d> but Glass and M'Alliater sub- ar Tcmpleton for the home, •_ h'*n the teams lined there would 00 4000 spect
28 February 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CULTER BAND OF HOPE.

CULTER BAND OF HOPE.

PRESENTATION TO PRESIDENT. The closing social meeting in connection with the Band of Hope was held Friday night the Public Hall, Culter, the building being crowded. Mr James ilossack, president of the society, occupied the chair. Tea having been served, Mr liossack, in the cours
28 February 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland