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300 YEAR OLD VIOLIN SOLD IN ABERDEEN.

300 YEAR OLD VIOLIN SOLD IN ABERDEEN.

BELIEVED TO BE A CREMONA. At the auction sale of the furniture, etc., belonging to the late Colonel Innes of Learnoy his house Belmont Street, Aberdeen, yesterday, violin realised £18. A. R. Findlay, of Findky, cleansing superintendent, was the purchaser. When the instrument was
24 December 1913 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BOHARM WOMEN UNIONISTS

BOHARM WOMEN UNIONISTS

SPEECH BY MRS MENZIES OF ARNDILLY. A meeting was held at Maggieknockater, Boharm, Saturday inaugurate local branch of the East and North of Scotland omen s Unionist Association. Mrs of Arndilly, who was accompanied Mrs feteuart of Auohhinkart and Mrs Ronald Steuait-Menzies, pres
24 December 1913 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NAVAL AND MILITARY ANNOUNCEMENTS.

NAVAL AND MILITARY ANNOUNCEMENTS.

London Gazetto.") Captain T). R L. Nicholson hasten appointed Commodore, 2nd daes, command his Majesty's yachts, and an honorary aide-de-camp the during such time as ho remains in command Majesty's yachts. REGULAR FORCES. I-hS I iiffhl - an<3 n3 (Rot Buffs, the —Li eu ten ant-Co
24 December 1913 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CLEANSING DEPARTMENT MOTOR WAGGONS.

CLEANSING DEPARTMENT MOTOR WAGGONS.

! Eight the Aberdeen Cleansing Department ! motor wagons for removing refuse have now been completed, and will be seen the streets shortly. Messrs Shepherd *nd Sons, wheel and cart wrights, John Street, Aberdeen were entrusted with work making ! the chassis. Each bodv is made oa
24 December 1913 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CLOSING MINING PRICES—London, Tuesday.

CLOSING MINING PRICES—London, Tuesday.

Explo.Lantl 3/6 M?n. A [Falcon Dev. Hi* (G.Cst.) in]l/3 FAND OUTCROPS. 8 8 Giant Mines Hi* is YVERT ah^TRALTAV Apex Mines t< 'Globe arid Phoenix Aurora West, U 7, s Jumbo ./6 1/ Anglo-Austin Exol' Bant-estonsol .... -i l4 4 &Rhod.M.&L. il i6 4 Assoc. Gold Mine 7/6 8/" BoksbureNe
24 December 1913 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GLASGOW—Tuesday.

GLASGOW—Tuesday.

Business the G-lasgo.? Stock Exchange® ha# slackened off for the and the turnover to-day was of very small dimensions. In spit© the absence trade, however, the general ton© of the market was firm. Home Railways were mostly all shade firmer, and a sharp advaace took place in Cana
24 December 1913 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Coal by Motor. can deliver ion lots to any address country suburbs my motor lorry. Smaller quantities can booked for

Coal by Motor. can deliver ion lots to any address country suburbs my motor lorry. Smaller quantities can booked for

several districts. Write for tall price list, and Khat* bow many mile* from Aberdeen ARCHIBALD McKENZIE, COLLIERY EST AND COAX, MERCHANT, 219 MARKET STREET. Telegrams—" MoKENZIE, ABERDEEN." HARDY'S XMAS ADVERTISIEICENT BEL PAGE. Christmas. FOR CHRISTMAS WE HAVE A Special Large o
24 December 1913 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE BOW DISTURBANCE : TWO CAM

THE BOW DISTURBANCE : TWO CAM

At the Thames Police Court, London, on Tuesday, Miss Belie Emerson was charged on remand with obstructing and assaulting Constable H. On Sunday week there was a Suffragette demon- stration at Bow, When the defendant, it is alleged, was one of a number of persona who created cons
24 December 1913 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
CATION OP AN AGREEMENT.

CATION OP AN AGREEMENT.

At a meeting to-day of colliery enginemen and firemen in the South Wales and Fist Worcester district it was reported that negotiations with reference to the interpretation of the agreement entered into last June had broken down, that five men were being employed at Lord Medley's
24 December 1913 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
FIVE RANKS GUARD THE VICEROY. . Scenes on Return to Calcutta Indians Stay Away from State Entry iTlirot4h Renter'. Aceney.)

FIVE RANKS GUARD THE VICEROY. . Scenes on Return to Calcutta Indians Stay Away from State Entry iTlirot4h Renter'. Aceney.)

CAlf TTA. Twolay. The Vt.:eon. to-day made a State entry into Caleutuo in view of the popularity of. Lord. ' Hardinge's attitude on the question of the Indiana In South Africa, the pores', expecting enormous crowds' to man:ruble, took the most elaborate prceautions against the p
24 December 1913 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England