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AUSTRO-HUNGARY.

AUSTRO-HUNGARY.

AUSTRO-HU&GARY. .THE BIJDGET. | i VIENN.A, Tuesday.-Several Viennapapers state, in a , addition to rue Budget proposals, the (3OVernment wille ?? in the Lowor Elouse of the eit oherath n demandI for an indemnity, on account of the expenditure of l ,twenty-five million florms3 in
23 October 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
STRATHDON.

STRATHDON.

' .. ..A^s ,y .A Ads- -t .wi Yeaterday was observed as a day of thanksgiving ?? for the late , abundant harvest in conformity with the appointment of the Synod of the ler. bounds. The minister officiated, and chose for his text Zecharsah ix. and 17-" For bow great is His tisink
8 November 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE BANK FAILURE.

THE BANK FAILURE.

THlE BANEK FAILURE. I I . GLAGww, Toeoday. The Lord-Advocate, we believe, is willing to allow others of the acousod to leave prison when sufficlent and satisfactosy bail is tendered. There seemns to be little doubt that tile reason why several of the accused are bot now at libert
6 November 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE AFGHAN CRISIS.

THE AFGHAN CRISIS.

THE AkrGHAN CRISIS. ter THE BRITISH FORCES. ad -- noC he DISPOSITION OF THE TROOPS. ed he j- he THE VICEROY'S ULTIMATUM. in. lic SIMLA, Tuesday, 8 40 p.m. It is officially announced that in the Peshawur Valley m the field force will le composed of two divisions, the isa one being
6 November 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MR R. W. DUFF. M.P., AT DUFFTOWN.

MR R. W. DUFF. M.P., AT DUFFTOWN.

liUFF'VOWN. Yeasttrblay afternoon Mr R. W. Duff, M.P. for Ilanif- mosi ' hjiise, ahilressedis large meeting of hlis onustituenits in ROSE tjie Tovniliall, Dnfftown. Mir Dulff was accompanlied to the 1diiltfurml by Viscount dhladuff, Sir Georgoe8-66 Ilttojeliersoii Grant, Bnrt., M
30 October 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE AFGHAN CRISIS.

THE AFGHAN CRISIS.

ThE AFGHAN CRISIS. iTHE3 COMMAND OF B'RITISH TROOPS. ONDA THE EYEl OF WAER. ILOYALTY OF NATIVE£ Th'OOPS. SIMtA, Tuesday. General Maude supersedes General Ross at Pesha- wur. General Stewart will assumne the command at 31voltan on the 30th inst. Orders have been given to collect s
30 October 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EXCURSION TICKETS BY ORDINARY TRAINS.

EXCURSION TICKETS BY ORDINARY TRAINS.

Excursion Tickets will be issued ABERDEEN the Trains leaving at 7’45, A.M., 11, A.M., 2, P.M., and 4 - 35, P.M., to all the Stations at which these Trains stop, available to Return any of the Ordinary trains of the day, at the Fares undernoted, viz. : From Aberdeen. Ist Class. C
2 July 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DUNDEE Sundays. а. P.M. б. 4.30

DUNDEE Sundays. а. P.M. б. 4.30

2 July 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
7.30 5.0 7.0 4.30

7.30 5.0 7.0 4.30

THE following Pupils were found to stand in the First Rank of Merit in their respective Classes, as noted below, at the close of the Term ending 21st June. Each Class is divided into four ranks, according to the result of periodical Written Examinations. The first rank are, most
2 July 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN AND NEWCASTLE TRADE, GREAT REDUCTION OF FARES.

ABERDEEN AND NEWCASTLE TRADE, GREAT REDUCTION OF FARES.

- ABERDEEN AND NEW- J- CASTLE STEAM NAVIGATION COM- ■ Steamer “VICTORIA,” James Urqu' hart, C' rnamlcr, w:ll bo despatched (weather permitting) follows: FROM ABERDEEN. FROM NEWCASTLE. Wednesday, July 2, at 1 p.m. Saturday, July 5, at 6 p.m. Wednesday, July 9, at 7 P.M. | Saturda
2 July 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland