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THE AOCOI’NTS.

THE AOCOI’NTS.

The accounts and vouchers for the past year were submitted, and the ch-ik was instructed to forward them toMessrs Marquis, Hall & Milne for examination. The charge amounted to £4255 ISs 4d, and there was credit balance of £9Ol Os sd. EXPENSIVE ADVERTISING. On the accounts being
2 August 1884 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SCOTCHMEN ON THE NILE.

SCOTCHMEN ON THE NILE.

It is interesting to notice that the three most advanced posts upon the Nile , are all held by our countrymen—General Gordon and Colonel Stewart at Khartoum ; Lieutenant-Colonel Trotter, 93rd Highlanders, at Wady Haifa ; and Colonel Duncan, R.A., at Assouan. Of the position of t
2 August 1884 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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2 August 1884 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE NEW POLICE AND HEALTH BILL.

THE NEW POLICE AND HEALTH BILL.

The Lord Provost said the amended Police Bill bad been brought before the Bills Committee the other day, and there seemed to be an inclination to press the bill through Parliament before the end of this session, it was necessary for them to go very minutely into the provisions o
2 August 1884 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY JOURNAL, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1884

THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY JOURNAL, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1884

1 OUTDOOR AMUSEMENTS. CULTER GAMES. On Saturday the annual gathering known as the Culter Highland Games and Ploughmen’s Pio-aic was held at Pittengullies, near Culter Station, Mr Walker having kindly granted the use of beautifully sheltered field for the sports. As usual, the ga
2 August 1884 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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YOUNG BIRDS’ COii PETITION.

YOUNG BIRDS’ COii PETITION.

This match tjok place from Ins h, where the birds, having keen sent rail in the morning, were liberated the stationmaster, Mr Gauld, 8*45. This race was also closely contested, the birds pressing hard on each other’s wake. “Annie,” owned Mr Wm. Pritchard, took the first place, h
2 August 1884 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY .JOPRNAL, BATUKDAY, AUGUST 2, 1884. Auohnag’att ; 4 Barbara Smi h, Arnage ; 5 George Smith, do.; 6 George Knowles, do.; 7 William Mitchell, Auehnaeatt. Scones—Mrs J. Mitchell, Aochnagatt. CoUection ot poultry —W. Low, Drumwhmdle.

THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY .JOPRNAL, BATUKDAY, AUGUST 2, 1884. Auohnag’att ; 4 Barbara Smi h, Arnage ; 5 George Smith, do.; 6 George Knowles, do.; 7 William Mitchell, Auehnaeatt. Scones—Mrs J. Mitchell, Aochnagatt. CoUection ot poultry —W. Low, Drumwhmdle.

THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY .JOPRNAL, BATUKDAY, AUGUST 1884. Auohnag’att ; Barbara Smi h, Arnage ; 5 George Smith, do.; George Knowles, do.; 7 William Mitchell, Auehnaeatt. Scones—Mrs J. Mitchell, Aochnagatt. CoUection ot poultry —W. Low, Drumwhmdle. The dinner was held at four o’clock a
2 August 1884 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
OPEN TO TENANTS FATING UNDER £5O RENTAL.

OPEN TO TENANTS FATING UNDER £5O RENTAL.

Champion prize for best animal—l W. Gordon, Coldhome, Rothiemay; 2J. J. Anderson, Westerchalder. Plate by George Kynoch for best breeding animal in showyard—J. J. Anderson. By Mr R. W. Duff, M.P., for best colt or filly, two years old —W, Gordon, Coldhome. By Wm. Gordon of Roseh
2 August 1884 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN AND NEWS. . iie Nloravian, tiie latest addition to the cetc.ateci Aoerdecn Line running between London Australia, sailed from

ABERDEEN AND NEWS. . iie Nloravian, tiie latest addition to the cetc.ateci Aoerdecn Line running between London Australia, sailed from

the Albert Dock, Lon« last week. ! ’ A. Maclean. M.A., of New Byth Free Nl Vi.Il appointed assistant to Rev. S. i; Lavgate Presbyterian Church, fc'nuh Shields. >'-*by brm, ,Tohu S. Mo r of Forres, ’.i' pp.vmeiit, a result of the Fatii;‘ The liabilities are put £10,003. liehcienc
22 February 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GORDONS FOR INDIA

GORDONS FOR INDIA

The Scottish District Orders of Friday’s date intimate that on 22nd February Major C. C. Miller-Walnutt, D.5.0., along with two coloursergeants, one sergeant, one lance-sergeant, six corporals, and 30 privates of the Gordon Highlanders, and 17 privates of the 2nd Dragoons, will
22 February 1899 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland