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ARERDEEN INFIRMARY.

ARERDEEN INFIRMARY.

• ' rd Directors of the Aberdeen Royal met the hospital yesterday after\jr George Davidson chairman. ' 4Tnes K- Donald arid Mr Thomas Jaffrey a hospital visitors for August. %>j ations from patients and others, and gifts, since the previous meeting of the y do, reported. Accompa
24 July 1919 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FUEL ECONOMY.

FUEL ECONOMY.

ANTHRACITE FOR DOMESTIC USE. Th*> domestoc fire problem relation to the coal mines situation is at present claiming and interesting information the eiibject given a pamphlet on " Fuel (Mr A- P. Florence, member the Institute Heating and Veutilaiiog' Engineera, London. Flare uoe,
24 July 1919 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MILNE'S INSTITUTION, FOCHABERS.

MILNE'S INSTITUTION, FOCHABERS.

NEW AUTHORITY AND THE SCHOOL. The Governors of Milne's Institution, Fochabers, met on Tuesday, Mnirhead, chairman, presiding. The principal business was the proposed transference of the institution to the new Education Authority of Moray, towfaoma narrate of the proposed basis o
24 July 1919 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DISTRICT NEWS.

DISTRICT NEWS.

Poljck —Before Raff an, in the Police Court here yesterday, George labourer, Huts. Diailnajne. fined 7s 6d, or five days' imprisonment, for having created a breach tbe the burgh the previous night. BEAULY. chock. Pretb-W —-The Brooke Bond and Co. tea merchant's drawing and writi
24 July 1919 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
OBITTIART. SIR EDWARD HOLD EN. Sir Edward Bt, Chairman and Managing DirocSor of the London Joint City and Bank, died

OBITTIART. SIR EDWARD HOLD EN. Sir Edward Bt, Chairman and Managing DirocSor of the London Joint City and Bank, died

yesterday morning' m Scotland after a. brief Sir -was bom near Manchester in 1843, and educated Owens College tbare He far&E. Lancashire from 13C6-ID. lie -was created baxoMfciai9tflL was predeceased by bis wife, who was the youngest ; of Cassia, late of Aberdeen. II» eldest eon
24 July 1919 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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SOLDIERS' PENSIONS.

SOLDIERS' PENSIONS.

PROMISE TO REDRESS A GRIEVANCE. The National Federation of Discharged and Demobilised Soldiers and Sailore has registered protest against the action of the Ministry of Ponsions in deducting a sum of £5 for general expenses from the estates of deceased soldier pensioners who have
24 July 1919 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
OLDMACHAR CATHEDRAL VACANCY.

OLDMACHAR CATHEDRAL VACANCY.

Dr Bruce M'Ewen Elected. The Rev. Bruce M'.Ewen, M.A., 8.D., D.PhiL, minister of tho second charge of Oldmachar Cathedral from 2nd September, 1913, October, 1916, when he Remitted the oharge order to give undivided attention to his military duties as major in tho Bth (Haddington
24 July 1919 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MEMORIAL TO sth GORDONS.

MEMORIAL TO sth GORDONS.

The Marquis Aberdoen and Temair, Lord Lieutenant Aberdeenshire and president of the County Territorial Force Association, issued appeal connection with advertisement which appears in the " Journal" to-day for subscriptions to proposed memorial the officers and men -of the sth Ba
24 July 1919 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DISPUTED SALE OF INVERNESS CASTLE.

DISPUTED SALE OF INVERNESS CASTLE.

§OURT OF SESSION CASE. In the Court of Session yesterday, before Lord Ormidale, Thomas Burnley of Pollard Hail, Goroersal, near Leeds, sued Lt.-Col. Henry S. L. Alford of Dalcroes Castle, in the county of Inverness, for implement of an alleged contract sale for the purchase by t
24 July 1919 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GERMANY'S POLICY.

GERMANY'S POLICY.

protective tariffs and NO MILITARISM. Weimar, Wednesday, the course of a speech in: the German Assembly, Bauer, the Premier, fortnight ago, under compulsion of the . situation, you ratified the Treaty, epoch thereby dosed which saw Gers tremendous rise md her tragic collapse, wo
24 July 1919 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland