of three velirs` mud servitude for eniliesslernent in Peterhead Prison. was examined in bankruptcy before Sheriff Laing at Aberdeen yesterday. Adam ?mid he was 42 years of age, and had resided at 5 Carlton Platy, Aberdeen. He started as a commercial traveller in 1912. He referre
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The following announcements appeared in last night’s London Gazette Regular Army Reserve of Officers Irish Guards (supplementary list)—Second Lieutenant (on promotion) P. F. I. Reid is confirmed in his appointment. Royal Ulster Rifles—David Knox Hutchison (late Cadet Sergeant. G
WOMEN AND THE MINISTRY (By Special Correspondent) The Moderator-designate, the Rev. William Corkey, M.A., D.D., was London last weekend, and was a special speaker at the meetings of the World’s Evangelical Alliance. The leading article in the current issue of the '* British Weekl
SEWAGE TREATMENT W ORKS CONTRACT No. 3. CON TRACTORS. COUNCIL INVITE TENDERS FOR JL MAKING ALTERATIONS aud ADDITIONS to their existing SEWAGE TREATMENT WORKS, including the CONSTRUCTION of DETRITUS and STORM WATER TANKS. Sis PERCOLATING FILTERS, HUMUS TANKS and other appurtenant
Tax revenue estimated £21,906,000 for 1933-34, against £23,638,000 for 1932-33, and non-tax revenue ut £4,534.000, against £6,362,935 for 1932-33. Tho estimated totav expenditure for 1933-34 is 334,200, showing balanced Budget. Expenditure for the supply of services show reducti