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REVIEWS AND MAGAZINES.

REVIEWS AND MAGAZINES.

"SCIENCE PROGRESS." "Science Progress" his more then justified its existence; it fills important and necessary ! place in modern literature. roan with any pretensions to culture the real—not tlie mediaeval—sense can ignorant of the progress of science This {periodical is admirab
28 February 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
freak of mind, erased his signature from it. His relatives London had for years lost trace of him. Mr Frohman

freak of mind, erased his signature from it. His relatives London had for years lost trace of him. Mr Frohman

is indeed übiquitous. During the week four new plays have been produced, and they have been all under his banner at three different theatres. Mr Galsworthy's ''Justice," Mr Bernard Shaw's "Mesalliance," and Mr Somerset Maugham's "The Tenth Man" were followed last night the Comed
28 February 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
COURT CIRCULAR.

COURT CIRCULAR.

Buckingham Palace, Saturday. His Majesty the King reoeived the Right Hon. H. H. Asquith in audience this' morning. His Excellency the Greek Minister was received in audience Their Majesties the King and Queen to-day. His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales visited th© King and Qu
28 February 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
OBITUARY. WILLIAM BLACKSMITH. The death took place Abric Cottage, Ellon, on Saturday, of Mr William blacksmith. The deceased was born

OBITUARY. WILLIAM BLACKSMITH. The death took place Abric Cottage, Ellon, on Saturday, of Mr William blacksmith. The deceased was born

at West Kildrummy, 79 years ago, a farm which has been in possession of the family for several generations, the present tenant being ,a brother of Cowe's. He served hie apprenticeship with the lat© Beattie, blacksmith, Kildrummy, and when quite a young man commenced business on
28 February 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE VETO QUESTION.

THE VETO QUESTION.

It is certain that there is strong 'element-, probably a majority, in the Cabinet decidedly opposed a mere limitation of th© veto which, by making th© Lords a mere sham, would praotically a, single-Ohamber system. This section is in favour a Budget veto reform policy, but if the
28 February 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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THE TIBET AN SITUATION

THE TIBET AN SITUATION

THE DALAI LAMA'S MOVEMENTS. THE REASONS FOR HIS FLIGHT. FIGHTING IN LHASA. BRITAIN'S REPRESENTATIONS TO CHINA. Calcutta, Saturday. It is reported that Dalai Lama intends proceeding China to interview the Emperor. —Router • Pekiu, Saturday. The "Pokin Daily News." in article to-d
28 February 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE BYE-ELECTIONS.

THE BYE-ELECTIONS.

ST GEORGE'S-IN-THE-EAST. ASSAULT MR SIMMONS. Ar, Sim. lie. Unionist candidate for St, C'eorgo s-in-t-he-txist. was leaving the constituency late Friday night., a MaTl rushed and hold of hand. Apparently the stranger had something sharp hand, for Simmons subsequently discovered h
28 February 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Rev. James Anderson, Glasgow, has formally accepted the call Albion Street Congregational Cburch, Aberdeen. will his ministry in Aberdeen Sunday

Rev. James Anderson, Glasgow, has formally accepted the call Albion Street Congregational Cburch, Aberdeen. will his ministry in Aberdeen Sunday

next. The induction and social meeting to welcome the new minister ill held a week or two later.
28 February 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

ABERDEEN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

COMPLIMENTARY DINNER TO Mil G M. COOK. The members of the Council the Aberdeen Chamber of Commerce entertained Mr G. M.! Cook, the president, dinner in the Palace Hotel, Saturday evening. There was a very representative gathering. Mr Adam Maitland, the vice-president, occupied t
28 February 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
VERY SPECIAL AND EXTRAORDINARY BOOT BARGAINS AT John A. Dunn's Clearance Sale 0 F SURPLUS STOCK, SOILED STOCK, REMNANT STOCK.

VERY SPECIAL AND EXTRAORDINARY BOOT BARGAINS AT John A. Dunn's Clearance Sale 0 F SURPLUS STOCK, SOILED STOCK, REMNANT STOCK.

The Globe Hoot Warehouse, UNION STREET. A* th© times demand, ax© continually adding new lines and dropping others, and this means that we ere left with the remainder of lines dropped, we have decided to clear our shelves of all such oddments. To effect this have re-marked them t
28 February 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland