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Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

24 Sep 1881

accompanied by the Duke of Manchester, Bari and Countess of Gosfocd, Lady Alice Montagu, the Hun. Mr* Pit*william. Captain Pol* Carew Yesey Dawson, Dr Alfred Cooper, Una* don; and Mr Jamas Auldjo Jamieson, of Bdinbargh, who are at present the guests of

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Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

31 Dec 1886

think that Mr Mealy has done his cause more harm than good his visit to the commercial roetro|Ndis of Scotland. He is too conspicuous a member of the Irish parly for his utterances not find pnhlieation ; and his Dublin oration preceded his Glasgow one

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Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

11 Oct 1884

Professor Lee, Mr. J. H. A. Macdonald, Q.G, Dean of Faculty of Advocates: Mr. Hugh Mr. J. Neilson Cuthbertson, Mr. W, C. hon. secretary of the Glasgow Conservative Association; Mr. John Cunningham, Mr. W. J. Davidson, ; Mr. John Gordon of Aikonhead, Mr. J. WyUie

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Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

4 Oct 1890

nisen alive, i l.uni. Mr sai-1 lived in family with I-i.' father. Withdrawn. •lohu Sellars, .mservative claim. Mr Mint said the son in-law, Craig, bad the In-ui'e. Mr Ib-wnie s-u-l clai-e was -l p-esent - hi- wa» very oi-l man. Mr I*. Murray mid Mi S.llers

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Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

22 Feb 1890

financial petition waa very The singers were Mr Donald Campbell, who appeared aa a “nigger.” and delighted the aodienee, Mr Andrew Milloy and Mr M’Cann, who appeared as comica in character. Bros. Peacock and Brown, Mr A Fergnaon and Min Blue were the other

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Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

26 Jun 1875

stories, said be saw man beheaded, with his hands tied behind him who directly picked up his head and put it his shoulders in the right place. Ha, ha, ha! said a bystander, how could he pick up his bead when his hands were tied be* hind him?” And, sure

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Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

6 Oct 1883

rarliameut. (Cheers.) Mr Gibson, M.P., and Mrs Gibson were the guests of Mr and Mrs Dairymplc, at New Hailes, from Saturday till Monday last, and Mr and Mrs Gibson, accompanied by Mr and Mrs Dairymple, visited Sir Archibald ami the Hon. Lady l/aiupbell at lily

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Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

19 Mar 1892

esteemed young friend, Mr 1 trust and pray that with united hearts you will now seek strengthen his hands and encourage him iu his good work, and that the Lord will out His spirit and give a rich Idetsing In connection with his lalmurs among you. With

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Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

7 Oct 1876

P.. Lady Fergus,.. Mi.. M. Fergus, and ab^TSSiit! party ; Slienll and Mrs Orr ; Provos. and itl atl ,i *ppro*jhed by a drawbndge Mrs Orkney* a.id Mrs Huaier ; .Mr and _ re tewed in counection with the improve- Mr. B.icha'oan of Anehentorfie ; Mr and Mr

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Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

8 Jul 1882

House Commons Monday evening laird the towel,, rfnlkwsysungti* ease, pro one firm alone having turned out 77211 these ~,l m (.'.uopbeU presei.te.l . IW , |‘V7w'criurclf «,^n^tl“| U mill inffiminatiou. Cheeks tlie threatwheels. Mr Pullman, of the Centra. Uallroad

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Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

6 Sep 1879

presented by Mr Holms-Kerr. Course—Round the two Cumbraes and Bute BlackfarUne anchorage; start, 12 uoon. The competing boats #erc Name. Uig. Tons. Owner. Mehta Schooner .136 Mr I>. Todd. Ciroe Schooner 130 Mr Heroard. Amy Schooner Mr Hays. Daphne

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Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

21 Feb 1891

Newburgh, lie regretted the absence Dr Laird, who would have given a full and most emphatic testimony the high character their friend, his soundness in the faith, his great energy as a pastor and his wonderful in his own congregation and throughout the district

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Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

9 Aug 1890

the treasurer was hi* colleague the l»nk, Mr John T. Wilson. He said the subscriptions had com© in very freely. was sure that Mr Wilson would much regret to find hen he came home that this occasion had passed without his presence, Mr M'Abater, who was

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Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

1 Aug 1891

accompanied on the violin. The Scotch comic was taken by Mr Paterson, Edinburgh, and the Irish comic by Mr Clark, Motherwell. The vocalists were Mr John Allan Wilson, Mr Ruff, Mr Taylor, Mr Young, Mrs Langlanda, Min Effio Wilson, and Miss Harvey. This talented

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Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

1 Oct 1892

ROTiirstT. Ilia Mr Min. M'K.irlanr. ..8 Wm. Itaktcr, .. ..4 Mr U.. 1.. rt .11 A. . ..7 Mr K'td. . .. Mr l>. «:n»tunl « Mr J. Mr J. Mu kav. jnn., .. 8 J. i*. Sharp. .. .10 Rev. J. Haumlefs,.•• Mr J. W. Slmr*. . .. A. Mill-v Mr J. I. lUviMr A. Mamiillaii

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Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

23 Jul 1887

is distinguished for his bonhomie, his anecdotal talent, his religions fervour, and above all for his love his native Cowal and mother tonguethe Gaelic. He has lieen for several years a magistrate of the royal burgh, and had his ambition lain in that

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Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

13 Aug 1887

Street. Gipsy TaMas, G. Stuart, Cumnock ; Mrs M*MnrcHie, Mountstuart. Hearth Hug, B. Fawns; Cheese, Hubert Mac- Alpine; Toilet Covers, Mrs Buchanan, Glasgow; A. M'Kendrick, Glasgow; Mrs M'lntosh, Craigmore ; Ladies’ Underclothing, Miss M. K. Mackirdy. Battery

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Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

4 Dec 1880

The Wee Cooper Fife,” Mr Lamsden. Residing— “Nottman; Story the Rail,” (Surfaceman) Mr Gilchrist. Song— ’’Loudcun’s Bonnie Woods end Braes,” Mr Corbett. Song—“ Soot* Hoe, Miss Ross. Song—“ No to be Married ava,” Mr Lumsden. Part ..Mr Thomson. Song—“ Wae’s

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Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

24 Oct 1885

Robert Kinnntrd, presented Mr John Fauldt, with beautlfully-designed white marble timepiece, in recognition of his services in organising the Saturday evening concerts. Mr I>. M’Lellan and otliers concurred in tbe coinpliuienUvry remarks made, and these

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Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

16 Feb 1884

hands a capable manager, and said they should certainly put them in the bands Mr Sinclair. They might allow Mr Ferguson quarter’s salary, and disiiense with his services once. Mr Tkaynek said it gave him great pleasure that they were working with such enthusiasm

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