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9 January 1913 - Stonehaven Journal - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland
 
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9 January 1913 - Stonehaven Journal - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland
 
PRINTING. ExprittlMMly and CtiMplr ACCOUIT HEADIICS. CIRCULARS. FURERALIRTIBATIORS. ■EBUIARRUm. PAMPHLETS PROGRAMMES. PROSPECTUSES. tor Taachtrs ami albsra VISITISC CAROS. SOORHROIRC Tastefully

PRINTING. ExprittlMMly and CtiMplr ACCOUIT HEADIICS. CIRCULARS. FURERALIRTIBATIORS. ■EBUIARRUm. PAMPHLETS PROGRAMMES. PROSPECTUSES. tor Taachtrs ami albsra VISITISC CAROS. SOORHROIRC Tastefully

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9 January 1913 - Stonehaven Journal - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland
 

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NOT£S OF THE WEEK.

NOT£S OF THE WEEK.

Strong south-westerly to south-easterly winds prevailed during the past week, the sea being very stormy. The weather has been mild generally with frost nights. Part 3 of the general report of mines and quarries for 1911 dealing with the output, and istued by the Home Office last
9 January 1913 - Stonehaven Journal - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland
 
DISTRICT NEWS.

DISTRICT NEWS.

Employees Entertained—On Thursday the wnpfayeea on the estate, almic wrth then- wires and friends, were entertained at Glenbeme House Hr and Mrs Micolson. company over 70 ant down to a sumptuous supper in the dining-room, after which ** J"?’ <l«ncing waa II by Skeen and D. Craig
9 January 1913 - Stonehaven Journal - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland
 
MUSICAL NOTES.

MUSICAL NOTES.

The splendid rendering the Fetteress-. Parish Church Choir gave of tho Ist I * parts of tho “Messiah” has ei med tlien reputation to great extent- that the final part tho “Messiah” is to given sometime about Easter. On New Year’s Day tho Town Band turned out as usual. Twelve men
9 January 1913 - Stonehaven Journal - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland
 
WHEN KITCHENER FOUGHT FOR

WHEN KITCHENER FOUGHT FOR

I wonder (nays a Paris letter-writer to a Ixiiidon weekly) if Lord Kitchener will receive the “Medsille 1870.’’There no doubt that he is entitled to it. When the Franco-German war broke out the future Field-Marshal was twenty years of age, and lived with widowed mother at Dinan.
9 January 1913 - Stonehaven Journal - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland
 
PERSONAL GOSSIP. AGRICULTURAL NOTES.

PERSONAL GOSSIP. AGRICULTURAL NOTES.

Bumn *1 Royal AUiuu. 1 There *re rumours » Royal alliance be* tween the Hereditary Grand Duke of Medc* lenborg-Streiits, « first cousin once removed -the Queen, and Princess Olga of Cumber* land, niece Queen Alexandra, and first cousin the King. The Hereditary Grand Duke well kn
9 January 1913 - Stonehaven Journal - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland