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LEA Sc PERRINS’

... WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, Pronounced by connoisseurs “THE ONLY GOOD SAUCE.” To guard against the numerous worthless imitations of this renowned Condiment, the Public should ask for LEA & P ...

BURSARIES

... The Annual Bursary Competition will begin on Tuesday, 19th October, at Nine, a.m., on which occasion there will be offered 44 Bursaries, of which are in the Patronage of the University, and ...

STRATHSPEY SECTION

... TOURISTS’ TICKETS. TOURISTS’ TICKETS will be issued to all STATIONS on the STRATHSPEY RAILWAY, at Elgin, Aberdeen, Banff, Portsoy, Alford, Peterhead, and the Principal Stations of ...

BREACH OF PROMISE CASES

... BIREACH OF PROMiISE CASES. ACTION AGAINST A BARMAN. Ii the Court of Conmmn Pleas on Saturday the heating of the case of Scrine v. M'Kay, which wa5 opened oil Friday, was cointiltned. Mr E. J. Davris ...

ABERDEEN SHERIFF CRIMINAL COURT

... ABERDEEN SHERIFF CRIMINAL ' COURT. I SATUrDAY-(Before Sheriff COMRIE THOMSON). NOCTURNAL DOINGS.-Jamres Barber, farm servant, Milton of Muiresk, pleaded guilty to having committed a breach of the peac ...

STONEHAVEN SHERIFF COURT

... sTONEHAVEN SHER.IFF COURT. ve W EDNESDAY- (Before ttherifloBWN). | D Anriun POACHING. - TwO yning menu named he William Douglas, son of John Douglas, farmner, on NetherAuquorthies, parish Jf Fetissso, ...

POLICE COURTS

... y l ABERDEEN. 1 WEDNESDAY-(Before Baillie SMITH.) 0 BEGGI -William Clark ?? having no fixed place of 'residence, was charged'with begging in Castle Street last night. He pleaded guilty ...

THE CHARGE AGAINST MAJOR TEMPLAR

... i THE CHARGE AGAINS'T' MAJOR TEM PLAIL The Coort-Martial on MlLajor Templar for disclosine secret information was resumed at Chatham on Saturday. Major Elsdales, cross-examined, said that 3letters and ...