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SHAKESPEARE ON THE ACT.

SHAKESPEARE ON THE ACT.

The following amusing Shakespearian extracts are quoted in a letter to the " Times " with referenoe to the Insurance Act: —■ The Chancellor to the A What shall I do? I confess it shame be fond; but it not in my virtue to it." (Othello, Act L, 3.) lie Amendtbe-Act League to the C
3 July 1912 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Peas are so prolific in Eesex this season that many instances, £20 per acre has fused for the growing crops.

Peas are so prolific in Eesex this season that many instances, £20 per acre has fused for the growing crops.

. The matron of John's Hospital, ham, has instituted million ' to prr*vide oonvalescent homo patients,
3 July 1912 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BALLOON DISASTER

BALLOON DISASTER

MR VANIMAN AND FOUR MEN KILLED. Atlantic Oity, New Jersey, Tueeday. Whilst in flight to-day, Mr Vaniman's trans- Atlantic balloon Akron exploded. Mr Yaniman and crew of four were killed. The explosion was apparently due to the expansion of the gas through the heat of the sun. It
3 July 1912 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
APPROVED SOCIETIES AND DEPOSIT CONTRIBUTORS.

APPROVED SOCIETIES AND DEPOSIT CONTRIBUTORS.

The National Health Insurance Commission (Sootland) issue the following memorandum under date J 1: There appears be a misapprehension in the minds of the piiblic that persons are not now members of an approved society and who obtain from a Post Office their contribution cards fo
3 July 1912 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PARLIAMENT

PARLIAMENT

NAVAL POLICY IN MEDITERRANEAN. STRINGENT CRITICISM BY EARL OF SELBORNE. EVACUATION THEORY CONDEMNED. HOUSE OF Taesday. Tie Lord Chancellor took h» upon the Wootea/k quarter past lour o'clock. The Earl of to call the naval position the Mediterranean. said hod no intention of in p
3 July 1912 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE LATE MR JOHN GRANT.

THE LATE MR JOHN GRANT.

FUNERAL TO METHLICK CHURCHYARD. The funeral Mir John Grant, lato merchant and bank affent, Afotirliok, took yesterday -from his residence, The "FJ-mw, Baekfeidß, the Churchyard of MebhJack. The Rev. Morrison. Cults, conducted ser■vitM the boose prior to the departure the cortege
3 July 1912 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WATER OF DEE AND DYE.

WATER OF DEE AND DYE.

TOWN COUNCIL VISIT OP INSPECTION. HURRIED JOURNEY. The first: movement the Aberdeen Town Council in tbe direction testing and examining the proposals contained in joint re- on the water supply of city Cecil H- Roberts, water engineer, and Mr C. P. Hogg, Glasgow, the consulting e
3 July 1912 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
OBITUARY. WELL-KNOWN

OBITUARY. WELL-KNOWN

HOKSE DEALER. The death Mr George Tough, horse dealer, Aberdeen, which took place at his home, 40 Charlotte Street, yesterday, has removed one of beat known and most worthy Mr Tough had attained the advanced age 81 years- was native of Aberdeen, and lived the-city all his life-
3 July 1912 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HERRING FISHING AT MACDUFF.

HERRING FISHING AT MACDUFF.

The w«®£bar Macduff yesterday was very stormy, and th«e boats had a.n exceedingly rough time before reaching the harbour. There were nine itrriVaia with total 16 crane. Part of the boats appeared not to have shot their net*. The e«irly manning shots realised per cran, while duri
3 July 1912 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PICNICS AND GAMES.

PICNICS AND GAMES.

OTONEYWOOD. The Foresters and Shepherds held their annua] games on Saturday. Assembling the Foresters' Hall, they unfurled the> banners their orders, and marched "way Baakhead and field granted for the occasion James Hipper. The -weather -®aa ideal for the .occasion, and games k
3 July 1912 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland