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Mr Laurie is shortly publishing " Oxford Colleges. ' bv Elsie M. Lang, The volumo pi>6&«nt6 oompact and road able

Mr Laurie is shortly publishing " Oxford Colleges. ' bv Elsie M. Lang, The volumo pi>6&«nt6 oompact and road able

form an outline of tho history of each college and description its present buildings and undertakings. with, word the distinguished men who have lived within its
23 May 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AMERICAN COMMERCIAL NEWS

AMERICAN COMMERCIAL NEWS

NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. New York, Saturday. Stooks to-day have been strong. Them a considerable volume of buying orders at. the opening, which carried prioes up briskly. Prices yielded fitfully in the late dealings, and the market closed irregular. 'rovernmeot a.nd Railroad bonds
23 May 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Aberdeen Daily Journal.

Aberdeen Daily Journal.

CHIEF OFFICE—BROAD STREET. ABERDEEN*. LONDON' OFFICE—S NEW BRIDGE STREET, E.G. TELEGRAMS—- JOURNAL," ABERDEEN. TELEPHONES—N 03. 2306 AND 2907. ABERDEEN, MONDAY, MAY 23, 1910. King George has issued letter to the nation, in which says that he has been profoundly touched by the de
23 May 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HARBOUR . f,n l I past week 58 vessels arrived at. Aberd*"*" I hour, four which' from forei? 11 The

HARBOUR . f,n l I past week 58 vessels arrived at. Aberd*"*" I hour, four which' from forei? 11 The

l tonnage. amounted 12.851- a- horn© shipping contributed 11,451 !,. foreign shipping 140 C tons. The ca-rj^ 1 ' a« follows:—Home—Goods 25, coal % , 1, while vessels were 11 ■arrived light; foreign—timber general 2. B^ Aberdeen'. Boy Injured Street. —On Saturday (s)> Watson Stre
23 May 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
COURT CIRCULAR.

COURT CIRCULAR.

Marlborough Saturday. The Duke Ckmn&ugihfc visited the King this morning. Prince and Primness Alexander of Teck visited the King and Queen. His Majesty received in the Earl of Crewe and the Right Hon. Reginald M'Kenna. The Right Hon Sir Maurice de (British Ambassador at Madrid)
23 May 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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His Majeptt'B Thkatbe. Mr J. Forbes Knowtee, the young actor who has axkt"M:l man the list of his admirers among

His Majeptt'B Thkatbe. Mr J. Forbes Knowtee, the young actor who has axkt"M:l man the list of his admirers among

his jJow-Aberdonians his excellent work daring his present visit in "Her Marriage Vow " and i " Kan's Enemy," has again the duty of entiertAining the patrons of 3 Majesty's this week. lie and his capable comoeny will present " The Lightning's Flash," a ; riUng story o f the Aust
23 May 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE FOREIGN POLICY OF FRANCE AND BRITAIN.

THE FOREIGN POLICY OF FRANCE AND BRITAIN.

Apart from his conversation with Kaiser which diversely ccmmiented upon here, the most important, diplomatic outcome of M. Pichon's visit to London is the French Minister's interview with Sir Edward Grey. It reported that the interview between the two Foreign Secretaries was abs
23 May 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE MURDER OF THE EGYPTIAN PREMIER.

THE MURDER OF THE EGYPTIAN PREMIER.

Cairo, Saturday. The action of the Mufti in declining to sanction the death sentence passed upon for the murder of Boutros Pasha-, the Premier, is no significance.—Reuter.
23 May 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AMERICA AND CANADA.

AMERICA AND CANADA.

RECIPROCITY NEGOTIATIONS. aching ton, Sunday. i» now clear that the efforts the American Government hurry the initiation of negotiations for reciprocity with Canada have done practically nothing except to afford another and unnecessary proof of American faith. It is understood t
23 May 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE NICARAGUAN REVOLT.

THE NICARAGUAN REVOLT.

New York, Sunday. A (Nicaragua) telegram the Insurgent-General Mcna telegraphs that has the Government forces near Rama oomoletely surrounded, and that their supplies of ammunition and provisions are cut off. expects them to surrender any moment.—Reuter.
23 May 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland