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  • County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

14 Jun 1937

work as treasurer. The committee for the ensuing year are: —Mrs Anderson, Mrs Cheyne, Mrs Duthie. Mrs Findlay, Mrs Forsyth. Mrs Gammack, Mrs Gordon, Mrs Innes, Mrs Kinghorn. Mrs M'Rae, Mrs Park. Mrs Scott, and Misses

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

9 Aug 1999

Clydss—iss: David Greenhlll, Leuchars Lodge, Leuchars. with the 17-month-old filly, Fordelhill Lady Margaret, by Greendykes BenJle and out of Whlnhill Lady Jane, champion Fite and Naim; Reserve - Thomas Clark and Son. Mulrton Stud. Aldle Farm, Saturday

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

14 Aug 1987

success, his third world “m*jor”. is also a blow to those who believe that you have to hit the ball a mile to survive at the top In golf. Nelson is one of the shortest hitters on the American tour but he is also one of the straightest and his victories

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

2 Dec 1935

of Miss Way Adams, only daughter of the late Rev. Dr Esslemont Adams, and of Mrs Adams, Aberdeen, who is engaged Mr Douglas Wilson, younger son of Mr James A. Wilson and of Mrs Wilson, Albert Street, Aberdeen. gown who moved about durng the interval attracted

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Aberdeen People's Journal

Aberdeen People's Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

12 Nov 1892

punishment for having dene so. No doubt Smith refused to implement his part of the bargain, but not until discovered that his employer had not attempted to keep his. Just before the dissolution Mr Government in 1885, what is known as the Working Classes Act

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

14 May 1998

4.45 Punkah. Reef Stakes on his final outing, as NOTTINGHAM 2.30 Kern-well as landing a couple of minor : events at Chester. reyev Dancer ' 3.00 Juanita And Jimmy Too was far from dis- -3.35 Beau Venture, 4.05 graced on his only outing this term Sadiers

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

21 Mar 1988

himself a match for his character, James Bond, in the rate he can attract women, according his French second wife, Micheline. In interview in a tells bow she met the dashing Scotsman, who baa boon nominated for an Oaear this year for his rale In “The Unt

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

2 May 1939

Teterans' garden tch he was chair- Mr Walker left the bus carrying the wrong suitcase, and did not discover his mistake until he arrived at his destination, Then it was too late to have the mistake rectified in time. Mr Walker apologised to the congregation

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

28 May 1902

force to fit. our nation for mem youngest; daughter Mr and Mrs Hugh Baird,’ D^c^i, /rTf ; George’s. Mont- CTark - (TT/fitted ■muOTUnt butter, Auchenbowie, Stirlingabrre, was Park Church, £lOO from Mrs Murray late of Elm CotGve rabb * Bon Aberdeen raig

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

14 May 1984

for a 279 total double bogey 6 at the 15th to lose his advantage. Then Faldo struck with a nine iron to sft. for a birdie three at the 17th. Clark took; five and Faldo was on his way to the THE LAIRD 2.3s—Glowing With Pride 3.os—Pampas 3.4o—Clare Bridge

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Huntly Express

Huntly Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

1 Apr 1871

muckle admire her myser.—Deva Ramsay. OLD Mr Downie, the parish minister of &Lechery, was noted in my earliest days for his quiet, pithy remarks an men and things as they came tion before him. His reply to his son, of whose social posi he had no very exalted

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

4 Jan 1997

G. McDonald. Mrs McDonald 21, J. W. R. Johnstone. Mrs Wilson 5; A. Mitchell. Mrs Mitchell 4, R. Henderson, Mrs Henderson 23: E. Nlcol. Mrs Nicol wo. J. Greig, Mrs Grelg scr; T. Ruth. Mrs Mitchell 19. R. Caie. Mrs Gllmour 8: A. Summers. Mrs Summers 8, J

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Aberdeen Weekly News

Aberdeen Weekly News Aberdeenshire, Scotland

31 Jan 1880

three light porters appears hi one of the morning papers. The applicants were directed to apply to newsagent in the city, who, as it tains out, knows nothing at all about the matter. Asa consequenco, he has been unable to open his shop all day, he having

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

24 Feb 1898

prograsaßie. amT ottauily now *•» >e ■btained from Mr WILLIAM l6B Weal ___ . ; lieatli 2s extra itreuau/. ARTUHU 3«Rk nud UN£N Benne'. A Aberdeen. Lor 1- '.r.ter , _n. •, r r. *.«*>..-.• Mrr <. aei-.« M-.-'r- MEBsTKR. WIU. and will Kxposad far S»i«. v Public

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

1 May 1965

flowing irpo the Avod higher the valley. UH Devil’s knoll - la said that the knoll c .j in,' above this the laird J BB commenced building his house, but after m ''Sb' hid risen sCgne the aBHBb. were puzzled find 1 the been cast down some unseen They rebuilt

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

22 May 1989

DEAD CERTAIN should recoup losses for those who backed her heavily on his debut by winning the Rubbing House Maiden Fillies Stakes at Salisbury tomorrow. David Elsworth’s youngster, a daughter of Absalom, was backed as if defeat was out of the question

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

4 May 1989

buttery-making demonstration. Trophy winners were Mrs Isabel Birse. Mrs Cathie Brown, Mrs Michelle Paterson and Mrs Margaret Mathews. Lonmay look the meeting at BLACKHILLS. Mrs D. Cmickshank received the cup. with Mrs Beedie runner-up. CULTS and DISTRICT have

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

11 Nov 1903

THE LATE LADY SPENCER, The late Lady Spencer was in her younger days (sayt, a London writer) a very famous beauty, with peculiarly patrician cant features and regal beijing that medo a tiara se©m quit© natural ornament. Her union with laird Sprncer, wnich

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Buchan Observer and East Aberdeenshire Advertiser

Buchan Observer and East Aberdeenshire Advertiser Aberdeenshire, Scotland

22 Apr 1902

said about Mr Whyte be associated Mrs Whyte —(applause). He wished her and the other members of the family the beat of health in their new home—(applause). Mr Whyte, in reply, thanked Mr Cooper for the kind words he had spoken regarding his wife. That

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

2 May 1995

Taytoi iNj. Mrs L, Clark and. G itii. Miss D Mackintosh R. {To,. Mrs Chancellor tto I and MacKintosh. Mrs 0 MacKmtosn 10,12 R Ewart iMoj. Mrs Ewart i.Mot and Mrs Bfemrter j Bells»\aw. Mrs w BeUshaw M McArthur (Kt, Mrs Gratg (K). J Anderson (N). Mrs S Anderson

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