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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

23 Apr 1903

be liable; or the keeper of an inn who put above his house the arms his landlord? Or, again, held in his hand a lady's fan—(laughter)—used by a lady at a ball held Dumfries last week in connection with the Highland Society's Show. He did not say he was

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

17 May 1990

11.00—Mrs E. McKillop, Mrs J. !Admit', 11.06—Mrs B. Vazana, Mrs J. Grewar; 11.12—Mrs R. Rutherford, Mrs M. Mather, Mrs E. Lowe; 11.18—Mrs H. Bradbury, Mrs J. M. Waddell; 11.24—Mrs A. Rennie, Mrs M. Kennedy, Mrs V. McLean; 11

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Dundee Advertiser

Dundee Advertiser Angus, Scotland

25 May 1889

I the doubt. A* regarded Laird he hod committed an | act that not passed over. Laird this occasion produced life-preserver and need i* the keeper, and struck him with such severity that his bonnet was out through. It was his doty to them and the public

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

13 Aug 1915

His Blind Bride Laird's Touching Story To-Day. OR, Not Mistress in Her Own Home. - lQ slipped wadding. ' Pret IJ, boil n with l7 quietly, and i Peking their j < ,mill 9 and k .excuse for re- , PlDf? ° ld ° its t , * onG v b Vd. d th ® awful truth \ OTvSi

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

26 Aug 1895

Dundee; Mrs William Caesar, Lochty House; Mrs W. F. Soutar, Mr and Miss Anderson, The Grange, Monifieth; Mrs T. Anderson, Mrs Alexander Prain, Lonrforgan; Miss Peggy Why tock, Dundee ; Mrs David Fraser, Mr and Mrs Robert Bowie, Ravensbv ; Mr and Mrs Andrew

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

3 Apr 1933

a member of a notable Scottish family. His grandfather was the late Mr R. T. N. Speir, of Culdees Castle, Muthill, Perthshire. On his mother's side he is a nephew of Mr Andrew Flotcher Saltoun, and cousin of Lady Pollington. TENNIS SEASON OPENS IN DUNDEE

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

23 Nov 1898

daughter of Mr and Mrs Anderson, North Mains of Ethie. (The gentleman on the left is Mr Spence's Ron, Mr David Spence. He occupies the farm of Dunninald, and is also popular in the district. He is married to'a daughter of Mr and Mrs W. Douglas Johnston, Montrose

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Montrose Standard

Montrose Standard Angus, Scotland

24 Aug 1900

kiodly mods sod mot men has Waded to his bodiless sad retained his beeltb. het, be reminds of the weeds et the idler who said diesel Mien a sea lsebeses. Mall nut stand lobar masa be 'bell shed lame Map. (Applesse.) Mr lßbhais is wee*, M shad it We are

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

22 Jan 1929

D'Arcv proposed. He is the son the late Mr Frank D'Arcy and Mrs Frank D'Arcy Cambridge Square. Like his fiancee, he also 21, and during his world tour celebrated his coming of ago last September in Hong Kong. Lady Margaret suffering from a septic wisdom

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

6 May 1931

All sorts of people are interested in St Luke's, including the Duchess of Atholl, Lady Londonderry. Lady Louis Mountbatten, Lady Salisbury, the Duchess Grafton, and Lady Dawson Penn._ A new film is to shown, the title of which. The Royal Family of Broadway

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

17 Jun 1939

romance perpetuated in lireside tales. Mr Melville sifts the evidence. He is intent upon getting at the facts, if facts there are. The White Lady His legal method—all important where legend concerned —is evident in his inquiry regarding the ghost story attached

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

19 Apr 1934

Fife Lady Weds :: Famous Singer s Visit Dundee Sale ANGUS-FIFE WEDDING—The wedding took place yesterday in the Old Parish hurch, Cupar, Mr George Bell Pattullo, only son of Mr and Mrs J. H. Pattullo, Pitskelly, Carnoustie, and Miss Patricia Margaret Walker

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

30 Jan 1912

appointed follows:—Captain. Mr D. W. Galloway; vice-captain, Mr C. Ferrier; secretary, Mr I). Black. 18 St David Street; [ treasurer, Mr J. W. Henderson. Second Xl.—Captain, Mr J. Cameron; vice-captain, Mr R. M. Gordon: secretary, Mr D. Dakers. Committees were

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

30 Mar 1934

at His Bedside at the End Fife Peer Who Was Secretary for Scotland T ORD NOVAR died this afternoon at Raith, Kirkcaldy. Lady Novar was at his bedside. Lord Novar had been suffering from pneumonia for about nine days. During the last five days his condition

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

31 Mar 1934

affairs of State which he shouldered, his interests in other spheres were wide and his sympathies were deep. He was known and loved in Fife and Ross-shire as a model laird. He took great pride in the model cottages on his estate, and loved to show them to

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Brechin Advertiser

Brechin Advertiser Angus, Scotland

25 Feb 1890

Maoy of rmdws will loans rogrst tk* D«k« of B(Mr»killp vlueh took plac» SwMUjr Mr A, W. Duka wm prupmfag foe MLA. dagrm, and hold a good pornlma ia hi. doom*. Hi. gonial, happy, kindly dispmatioa oadaand hi. to aad bis aaddsa dim aa illnom of a rosy law

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

22 Oct 1931

yesterday. STRACATHRO LAIRD AT HOME—Mr and Mrs Hugh Campbell entertained the members and officials of Brechin Town Council and their wives to an home at Stracathro House yesterday. Photo shows Mr Campbell and some his guests. ANGUS ORGANISER—Mr George G. M'Call

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

26 Sep 1892

and shooting; and until a few yean before his death never missed Twelfth on the moon. was much loved by his numerous tenantry, who especially appreciated his living almost entirely among them snd spending his income at borne. educated at Eton, and Christ

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Forfar Herald

Forfar Herald Angus, Scotland

17 Apr 1914

R. Soutar, Mr and Mrs A. B. Wyllie, Mr and Mrs D. J. Carnegy, Mrs and the Misses Freeman, Mrs and Miss Mitchell, Thornlea, Mrs AL xander, Eastbourne House, the Misses Brodie, Mr and Mrs T. F. Whitson, Miss Taylor, the matron, Mr and Mrs Charles Smith

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Montrose, Arbroath and Brechin review; and Forfar and Kincardineshire advertiser.

Montrose, Arbroath and Brechin review; and Forfar and Kincardineshire advertiser Angus, Scotland

20 Jun 1924

about 00 per cent. germination, the gram dried by means. of Mr Low's system gave a percentage of 97, as Mr George G. Milne, the well-known Montrose grain merchant, who bought the grain, testifies. Mr Low has tried . other experiments. At Sir Robert Greig's

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