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THE BLACK HILLS MAIL CARRIER. EXPERIENCES OP COLONEL JIM BAKER’S LIFE “The year I carried the marl into the Hills

THE BLACK HILLS MAIL CARRIER. EXPERIENCES OP COLONEL JIM BAKER’S LIFE “The year I carried the marl into the Hills

furnishes the most thrilling rarollcetioce of my career on the frontier,” said Colonel Jim Baker to a knot veteran plainsmen the other evening. “ I had been Custer’s Cavalry in the Cheyenne and Kiowa wars Kansas, and had tried hand punching on the Texas Panhandle- I had seen som
9 December 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
L.LXES.

L.LXES.

P-J IT -j rN9 PARLOUR SUITE, consisting of Couch, dtsJL w LV 7 2 Baev and 4 Single Oh airs. Sidebrard. and Extending Dining Table r» *) OAK DINING BOOM SUITE in Morocco. Smgle Chairs, 2 Easy, and Couch, Sideboard, and Extending Dining o £5 to LAKoLSr R. ODMMING, Successor JOHN M
28 May 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
IN BEAUTIFUL MARTINIQUE

IN BEAUTIFUL MARTINIQUE

Thai gem of the Antilles whieh been in pari desolate-d by cataclysm transcending in horror anything since the destruction Pompeii famous for the quaininese, simplicity, and of its wonderful people. All visitors to Martinique «-re fascinated by its inhabitants. The men are in tho
28 May 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Applicants Disengaged.

Applicants Disengaged.

2 September 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LABOUR CANDIDATES.

LABOUR CANDIDATES.

The result of the election for Parliamentary candidates to be supported by the Amalgamated Society of Engineers is now completed, and Mr Duncan, who has already been asked/to content Barrow, comes out top of the poll with over 9000 votes, the other successful competitor being Mr
2 September 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MR CARNEGIE’S GIFT TO DESCENDANTS OF BURNS

MR CARNEGIE’S GIFT TO DESCENDANTS OF BURNS

CARNEGIE’S GIFT TO DESCENDANTS OF BURNS Mr James D. Daw writes the following very interesting communication to “The New Era, Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Not Bonnie Scotland l , might reasonably supposed, but in the United States of America, under the Goddess of Liberty, the nation’s
2 September 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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2 September 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
F. B. CALVERT AND TALBOT

F. B. CALVERT AND TALBOT

Another frequent* visitor to our city, and who from the fact of his former connection with the city considered himself and was looked upon as almost a town’s bairn,” was Professor F. B. Calvert, the elocutionist, who used vieit often with his lectures, which were of a very high-
2 September 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GLOVES,

GLOVES,

May I champion the cause the long kao. glove for outdoor wear? says a lady writer in London paper. What can tbe more fascinating than dainty new pair many-buttoned kid! gloves of perfect fit and quality? In soft grey they are delicious, while in glace bladk kid they are alike di
2 September 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ST MACHAR

ST MACHAR

Councillor W. J. MIDDLETON. —Proposers— George Johnston, 552 George Street; John Hutcheson, King Street. Assenters —John Duguid, Peter Street; Jamas Nicol, 17 Ledford Place; Andrew Clark, 87 Spital; Charles Nicol, 11 Orchard Place; James Aberdein, 11 Elmbank Terrace. Second Paper
31 October 1900 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland