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Ayrshire Post

Ayrshire Post Ayrshire, Scotland

19 Jun 1891

be MOM hie It may ,seise- that he red the . r rah* bee other Mod mend ens dig to his. hi *Mk hod wee Jeri win he. nib hams ems What is dr mann 1 Nanny, she _award, Mrs, Est at Newton 1 Tim wades wee • very windy one, wed the that so rent 'Meld Me

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Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

27 Jul 1888

Tam was so heartily weary of the old lady's garrulity that he politely declined the offer, but went and asked Mrs Speedie if she could lodge him for a night. I'm no' in the habit o' takin' strangers, said Mrs Speedie, as she surveyed Tam from tap

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Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette

Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette Ayrshire, Scotland

8 May 1930

defeated Lanarkshire ladies at %ramie by four matebes.to three. Details; Ayrshire—Mrs W. f/reenless, 1; Mrs O. Coats, 0; Miss N. Baird, 0; Mrs F. 6. Neilson, 1; Miss I. Mitchell, 1; Mrs M'Failsean, 0; Miss Irvine, 1, total 4. Lanarkidiire--Nlrs A. Holm 0;

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

30 Aug 1879

sir, or sesount for rit;;;:eri; sad t u zze and the lady herself his ear in heart's secret, she had felt so son- ten h kneed linen ink gazed The two 0k at once mdsome angry of his when she met his earnest glance. Tartar prince caught t was the fairgirl's

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

7 Jan 1966

holiday season, and Mr Barbour returned refreshed from his visit to the United States. Ronald A, Macnab , relieved of his duties u a chaplain with the Royal Mr Force, was inducted to Chapelhall Parish Church, in the Presbytery of Hamilton. Mr Macnab is one

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Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette

Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette Ayrshire, Scotland

21 Sep 1906

A HIGH HAND WITH THE LADIES. Two North Uiat 'ladiesMrs Macleod of Pailale and Mr., Macdonald of Scolpaigwere crossing the moor between Scolpaig and the neighbouring farm. A atone dyke be- tween the two farms was brat en at one point, and through the

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

16 Nov 1962

evening of last week—Mrs I. C. M. Fairweather presiding. Delegates gave their reports as follows:—Home Mission—Mrs J. Taylor; Foreign Mission —Mrs A. McDowall; Jewish Mission — Mrs J. Kelly; Temperance and Morals Committee—Mrs C. Reid. Mr David Nicol, Irvine

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

20 Nov 1964

Thursday evening last. prizewinners were: Ladies—l, Mrs W. Finlay; last five hands, Mrs D. Walker. Gent's-1, Mr F. Aitken; last five hands, Mrs Laird (playing as gent.). The prizes were donated by Mr and Mrs A. Henshall. . ..s,— I PUDUC NOTION IRVINE

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

4 May 1951

whist the ladies did full justice to the lovely tea prepared by the committee. Mrs Craig then presented the prizes to the following :—Visitors—Mrs Thom, Ardeer, Mrs Wallace, Kilmarnock, and Mrs Kirkwood, Kilwinning. Irvine Winton—Mrs Bingham, Mrs Timpany

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

21 Aug 1891

own pest and ; but, had • of business. his keg Ni be mei emedestious and %a= bet be eseedeed little. any, over his affairs, anal when be at the age of 78 yeses they were found to be is a este of baptism When his beam ems damped milication b blame The

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Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette

Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette Ayrshire, Scotland

29 Mar 1912

Kilmarnock Temperance Federation last night presented Mr. W. N. Moir, agent of the Scottish Permissive Bill Association, with a token of esteem on leaving for Dundee. That the K. T. F. also welcomed Mr Connacher, the new agent of the Association. That Kilmarnock

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Irvine Times

Irvine Times Ayrshire, Scotland

8 Oct 1881

if he would ask the sheriff—Mr Kirkland,—to wait upon him at his earliest convenience. The man bowed very respectfully, and after a little hesitetiim and stammering, he ventured to ask if his lordship would like to engage his service, as an attendant in

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Irvine Times

Irvine Times Ayrshire, Scotland

2 Dec 1892

present —Rev. R. S. Macaulay, chairman of the Board, pre. aiding Mr Archibald Kirkland, Mr Ibuican Gilmour, Mr William &Mall, Mr Alex. Walker, end Mr John J. Miller. The report by the officer, Mr Murray, gave the following statistics of attendance :—ln the

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Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette

Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette Ayrshire, Scotland

26 Dec 1913

meeting the laird jist coming hame free a hunting party, he servs—This is a fine day, laird. A fine clay. Hatiby. quo' the laird; Boo's a wi' ye? are ye no coming up to play us a spring on the pipes the nicht? It warns look very weel, laird, for me

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Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

29 May 1880

Clontarf, a few miles from Dablm. The new Peers us gazetted—Mr Lowe aa Visoonni Sherbrooke, Mr Cowper Temple as Baton Mount Temple, and Mr Hugessen Baron lUsbounro. Mr Gladstone, the Duke of Argyle, Mr Grant Doff, Adam, and Sir W. Harcourt are appointed Committee

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Ayrshire Post

Ayrshire Post Ayrshire, Scotland

6 May 1892

was, rote to receive the new rosier. les only the new minister, Archie, said Mrs. Mac Allister. in a whisper. Mr. McLeod got a better kirk. and Mr. Symington came in his place about a swath ago. The door opened, and a short, pale-faced youw nun in

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Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

25 Jan 1889

of Ochiltree, in the hall of Auchinlcck mirth reigned supreme. Sandy M 4 Phan told some of his liest stories, while he quaffed the Laird’s rarest wine ; and his suggestion that Auchinleck should send over to Ochiltree, in a neat parcel, clean-picked sheep's

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Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette

Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette Ayrshire, Scotland

26 May 1922

Ltd., Milford. Crosshouse, and Springsiik. 10s. Also the following gifts:—Mrs Ilenderaon, Road. flowers ; Mils do.; Mrs Itolwrtson. 3l'Lelland .10.; Lady Howard de \Taken. do.; Mrs Thorarycroft. toys: ' A Friend,' books ; Mn Clark, Harbadoes Road, do.;

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Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

23 Sep 1898

by Bailie Paterson, and replied to by Mr Forrest ; The Architect, by Bailie Muir, and replied to by Mr W. Reid ; The Burgh Officials, by Bailie Campbell. and replied to by Mr Middleman, the town-clerk, and Mr 'Wylie, the assessor ; The Press, by

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Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette

Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette Ayrshire, Scotland

10 Nov 1922

the luncheon, and other,. present were the Hon. Dominick Browne ; Mr Adam Cairns Smith, who has succeeded the late Mr William Middleman as agent for His Lonlship's Ayrshire estates; Mr Norman J. Campbell, Depute Town Clerk; Messrs Quintin Porker, Cuthbert

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