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PHENOMENAL LINE FISHING AT STONEHAVEN.

PHENOMENAL LINE FISHING AT STONEHAVEN.

The earlier arrivals among the fishing yesterday landed tho takes mixed bsb. In the afternoon three boats which had been fishing about 12 miles off arrived with the total of 26 boxes of whitings, besides small shots of other fish. The first the three to arrivo was The Burd (skip
20 January 1914 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN TOWN COCNCIL

ABERDEEN TOWN COCNCIL

REPLY TO L. G. B. QUERY bUPPLY. another debate on gas PKICJSS BE ENIERTAINMENTS. The principal topics which came before the meeting' Aberdeen Town Council yesterday were the price gas cinders, the reply of trie Pubiio Health Commit.tee to the Local Govern mem Board's query Dr Ma
20 January 1914 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CLYDESDALE BREEDING.

CLYDESDALE BREEDING.

STALLIONS FOR INVERNESB-SHIRE. The Inverness District Horse Breeding Association recently hired two stallions for their district, one for 1914 and the other far the following year. Lothian Pride, this year's premium horse, a got Lord Lothian out of a Baron's Pride mare For three
20 January 1914 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE " DE'IL " IN THE HIGHLANDS.

THE " DE'IL " IN THE HIGHLANDS.

rich Englishman had bought agent estate in the Highlands, BJod summer came he went north to inspect itpajt of his journey was by coach, aU thougitt t<o g«r, some information rol °_ driver. after some prelim Lrwarios c "You may know place called Kilty? *' "I that." "You there? "I
20 January 1914 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Show v. Commercial Clydesdales. Sir, —Few men are more justified than Mr Ferguson, Surradale, to stand

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Show v. Commercial Clydesdales. Sir, —Few men are more justified than Mr Ferguson, Surradale, to stand

up before audience and preach from the text show Clydesdales. As he remarked, the present-day type of show Clydesdale with their superlative bone, foet, ankles, and dose hock action is more or lees a product the last quarter century, and the evolution of a type brought out by sm
20 January 1914 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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HEAVY FISH TRAFFIC ON HIGHLAND RAILWAY.

HEAVY FISH TRAFFIC ON HIGHLAND RAILWAY.

Owing the abnormally successful fishing the West Coast, the Highland Railway Company had quite record day's traffic Stunday. The fish were landed in great quantities, Wick and Kyi©. Two special trains, in®' wagons, were run from Wick. special trains, conveying 60 wagons, were ru
20 January 1914 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
JOHN KNOX PARISH CHURCH.

JOHN KNOX PARISH CHURCH.

WITHDRAWAL OF CANDIDATE ON SHORT LEET. The Rev. J. Nebon Macdonald, New ha II Parish, Glasgow, one of the candidates on the short leet for the vacancy the pastorate of John Knox Parish Church, has withdrawn. The Rev. Julius M'Callum, assistant, Ninian's, Stirling, the candidate,
20 January 1914 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NO SHIRKING IN ULSTER.

NO SHIRKING IN ULSTER.

NO SHIRKING ULSTER. Over the week-end Ulster more! baa taken its place in the forefront of the questions that are concerning men's ■ minds- Sir Ed-ward Carson, who is steadily taking a more assured position in the esteem of all politicians his quiet and firm dignity, in speech de
20 January 1914 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
POOR HOUSES FOR CRIMINALS.

POOR HOUSES FOR CRIMINALS.

By the payment of Old-Age Pensions the Poorhouso population has been considerably reduced. This fact led a deputation representative of the magistrates of several of the larger Scottish cities, which waited the Secretary for Scotland in Edinburgh yesterday, to urge that power sh
20 January 1914 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BOER v. ENGLISHMEN.

BOER v. ENGLISHMEN.

BOER ENGLISHMEN. The "Outlook," discussing the South African railway strike, deals with the Boor like Englishmen, and eays:—"Tbe policy evicting Englishmen was openly avowed and practised only a short tim*. ago in the higher walks of South African Government appointments, such sc
20 January 1914 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland