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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

6 Apr 1901

at.d ?shin is his directing. Harold . hat is wedgy Ah, SU, sad Mei ark also looked confused. any ether Oise Mr Minden might 'Then it is true, he thought. soil for th.- hat Mr Meredith loved • mama lest time as nary feeling again., his lien.' lutrear

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

25 May 1901

wstehed Hilton weed hi. to honks. a oast hen and flay*. voterdent' to the As he approached bond so raver the on Harold • tare from one of r • spot - Mary. and barrbes••• soon to hate. Tuning aw•T fro the grade., I. atoned Norte - . hot to his ha met soothers

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Alloa Advertiser

Alloa Advertiser Clackmannanshire, Scotland

16 Oct 1880

long life to the young laird of Ken net, which was most enthusiastically received with three times three. Toasts were alio given in honour of Mr Bruce himself, his worthy lady, and the other members of the Kermet family, by the Rev, Mr Balfour, Clackmannan

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Alloa Advertiser

Alloa Advertiser Clackmannanshire, Scotland

26 Aug 1905

Playfair, Mrs Xurcan, Mr and Mrs Bernard Thomson, and Mrs J. Borns, an- Mrs Finlavson. Mr and Mrs H. Gray. M- Bissett, Mr W. Mustard. Mr J. Angus. White. Mr Forrester. and Mrs Allan. Mrs Cowper, J. Mustard. View article

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

11 Nov 1865

her. Before the had half surmounted his t-t-t -s (perhaps from • comical expression in his lace) the whole truth flashed into my grandisther's mind, acid be turned back at full speed, without waiting foe a reply to his inquirylonly exclaiming, 'Let I'll

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

31 Oct 1863

dammed— Muir eel fora time hall u.n an invalid. Mr th. tight bowl this Lady hr nanny vrior so her death, awl sae a regular at the her, whose the Interim. v in Wasters lam the lady • • Itich h.. arch Pea.. Mr MU▪ wen. ressaael (nab wore than debt .lay their

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

20 Jul 1867

HI OIL? • WI mese be W. , . be of in am mil it does I he Mole like spitting, eat sort of and along pray ad to his er r plots. moving m Mr Hewitt WY wrathfully, half but somehow not using his elbows tee mate. The Englishman must use Ins elbows p his self

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

16 Sep 1899

Jobs sad his 'karma' lady. Hy the courtesy of the dire• - tors of the Leaden and North-146liter. Hal way the guests were coaveyeel ill a basilsdnielysippointedl special train ta Huyton. where they were hospitably estertamed. The Probyn Ladies' Orchestra

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Alloa Advertiser

Alloa Advertiser Clackmannanshire, Scotland

8 Jan 1853

five passengers having been drowned— Mr Smith Leith. Mr John Ycmngcr Alloa. harles oPl.elbm of Skye. Mr Johnstone of Musselburgh. Tho above details the melancholy catastrophe have been extracted from a letter Irani Mr Henry Stevenson, late of Leith, one

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

21 May 1887

es thom of his wife, are seen on • shield in favour of hie son, Mark Kerr, ot over the fireplace of the great ball The buildiug time t h e 1:4,,,.ti 0it , 1591. H er . the was cintieurei by Sir William of Pentland , his pony were met by Mr Penney, clerk

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

2 Feb 1895

wpm M. Well It ay loss slaw daises. Mr sty Berg her.' Mr bares wee The leer La • .40 rd ▪ Pop. They et *Wad • Irk el Wilds ell re Mr peril Wag eller Wren ere pee ay Mar Wee b sr rows yes Ws We, W Is deer- Weed era hi. re yell awry re. AU Yes Yet I peer

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

16 Mar 1912

the Ranee of Mrs Liddle and intimated fron t • body repenesdative of all - shall. Mr Bell and blr Eon. elide were added to the Committee the other Churches on number to the trresting and encouraging •peirches re in room of Mrs lash. and Mr. M'Derreftst

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

26 Jan 1867

majority. 4 the other hand, the President hall again shown his tints resolve to carry out his In to. thuN by vetoing the Impartial Suffrage Hill, whi.li , tweerthelew4, was Loth over his .1 tva.. that Mr Strtrus prepunng a hill derlaring martial law thnuighout

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

21 Dec 1901

Wm. and Mr. U.. Limiter, Mi. DM* ../r• Reherbroi. Mr. Clarke. Mr sad Mr. (hold Thomism. Mr Jobs sad Brio Caro. Patter Mrs Mr. Terme. Mr. Plryodele., Br am' Mr. J. T. Mr Video etc. for eleen.. ewe in , boated from Wm J. Mom of llollerheid Mr Jolts Thames

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

3 Feb 1877

'moray. was his quack first articulate mound. ▪ were his Namibia. Am nulr•ry /Wind N was his Smile. must 414.ghtful to are T when the Tea tray mme an with his te► I' was the Uniform joy he has shown V when his Visitors leave him alone. hi. Wanton deatruction

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

16 Dec 1911

he could nigh it io salaam jt as his hoer bin Mill he might came hack *gala. iApplause.l He Husked the promoters of th• trimoutal and the fee the latentifol gift. they had giros to him cad his. lle ace vary *arty that his wife wag not present. bat her would

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

7 May 1892

with Mr And i r on . 'ted the n-p w▪ ide!, Mr 1.1 to awe carried oolong op Io dies ed. the gnaw! (rum that the woo ▪ lived. The strip .4 puma] was eery ow I he (the Chairman) di.l think It • hot it the it trey hal pa , •p the Oat mot It mu. Mr aln.ulutrly

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Alloa Advertiser

Alloa Advertiser Clackmannanshire, Scotland

16 Jul 1892

him the right were—Mr Wm. Alexander, l»auside ; Henry Terns, Clackmannan Colliery ; Mr David Drysdale, Lornshill; an>l on the left Mr Roxburgh, Alloa Coal Company ; llarrower, ; w. Diysdale, Kiug Muirs ; and D. Fisher, Jellyholm. Mr John Bleloch, Hazleyshaw

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Alloa Advertiser

Alloa Advertiser Clackmannanshire, Scotland

9 May 1868

would have been greater had Mr Johnstone and his family been at present resident at Alva. Among those who were invited were Mr Mills, flesher Mr Perrey, baker Maura, gas manager ; and Mr Monteath, draper, Tillicoultry. Mrs M’Farlane of the Johnstone Arms

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Alloa Advertiser

Alloa Advertiser Clackmannanshire, Scotland

11 Jul 1857

Pringle, nephew to last witness, and for sometime his apprentice.— both lived in Mr Laird's honse. Had freqnent convenations with deceased. I told him I had heard of notice being.in newspapers, that such lady had been married. seamed much agitated, and he

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