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HUGE THISTLE AT HADDO HOUSE.

HUGE THISTLE AT HADDO HOUSE.

[Photo, Fine Art Studio. This photograph shows an enormous thistle grown by Mr Hugh Smythe this model garden Keithfield Lodge, Haddo House. Ifc stands 12ft. 4in. in height, and known as the Onoposdon thistle. Mr takes great interest in these thistles, and makes point rearing the
31 October 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
IN THE COURTS.

IN THE COURTS.

ABERDEEN LICENCE *_ fof. & , Couf* j ill A Licensing Appeal 1 At? burgh Aberdeen was g tt» Sheriff Courthouse ' c 11 hear application •° er of the licence granted at e , Alexander R. Home, c premises 59 Spring Garden- presided, and other member* \lJ f,T ?, t —Sir Alexander Lyon,
31 October 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Board Trade at information through the ''i establishment of a 1 among tho Pagan c*' country north of Capo Y

Board Trade at information through the ''i establishment of a 1 among tho Pagan c*' country north of Capo Y

<,rv ' <•*.'_ , Greenland. The Board '■ ( of British shipowners l ' l ployed in the whaling in^ ;l the matter.
31 October 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FURTHER RIOTING IN BERLIN

FURTHER RIOTING IN BERLIN

SERIOUS ENCOUNTERS WITH POLICE. Berlin, Sunday. Arising from a trivial cause, dispute between master butcher and an assistant and this sudden leaving of the rest- of the employees of tbe shop, rioting took Wedding, a northern suburb of Berlin, last night. The polioe being stoned
31 October 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LIEUTENANT SUTOR.

LIEUTENANT SUTOR.

OOMmSSION AT TYXEMOT7TH. While Lieutenant k tinder arrest in tha Castle Tynemouth, events on Saturday would seem prove that the young artillery officer's famous pamphlet has already aroused the people Whitehall. Special Commission from War Office, headed by General A. D. Murray,
31 October 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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INDIANS IN THE VICEROY'S COUNCIL.

INDIANS IN THE VICEROY'S COUNCIL.

Calcutta, Sunday. The general consensus of newspaper opinion favourable to the appointment of Mr Syed Ali to the Viceroy's Council. The " Statesman hopes that the alternate representation of Hindus and the Council, indicated by the appointment, may not become a settled policy, b
31 October 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TURCO-MONTENEGRIN HOSTILITY.

TURCO-MONTENEGRIN HOSTILITY.

Vienna, Sunday. The Austrian Telegraph Agency reports from Salonika that sinoe Friday a lively exchange musketry has been in progress along the whole Turco-Montenegrin frontier between Montenegrin and Turkish border garrisons. The Turkish Tillages in the neighbourhood of the fro
31 October 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE ABERDEEN ELECTIONS.

THE ABERDEEN ELECTIONS.

AYONITES' LATEST MOVE COUNCILLOR STEWARrS CRITICISM. RATEPAYERS' APPEAL. Few meetings were held Saturday with the Aberdeen Municipal Election, all the candidates will address the electors in the respective wards to-night, when the campaign will be brought a close. AN" UNFOUNDED
31 October 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ACCIDENTS IN ABERDEEN.

ACCIDENTS IN ABERDEEN.

FARMER INJURED. Mr James Kean, farmer, Harewnnw, was on Friday the victim of an alarming accident in Holbum Street. It appears that Ker-a proceeding along street with and, fcoj-oart, when the pony shied, and got in front of approaching tramear. The vehicle was upeet, and thrown
31 October 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE LOVE OF PLEASURE.

THE LOVE OF PLEASURE.

REMARKABLE FIGURES. Preaching yesterday forenoon Parish Church, Aberdeen, the Her. -James Smith dealt with "Characteristics Our Times," referring the lave pleasure which latter years increased so greatly in the community. Pleasure, said, va« not forbidden Christianity, only the
31 October 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland