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Lennox Herald

Lennox Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

14 Sep 1990

and Flona Mac- Donald, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Laird, East Knockbartnock, Loch Wlnnoch. MCINTYRE - REID Both families are delighted to announce the engagement of David, youngest son of Mr and Mrs Mclntyre, 11 Cutnbrae Crescent North, Castlehill

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

15 Apr 1904

altered as desired, and accused pleaded guilty. Mr Jenkins said that Mr Ferguson had pleaded guilty rather against Ida own inclinations, and simply on his (Mr Jenkins') advice. When Mr M'Ewan called at Mr Ferguson's premises, he appeared .to be suffering

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

17 Jun 1939

First class—Mrs. Pearson (9), 73; Mrs. White (9), 76. - Second class Mrs. M`Callum (19),..68; Miss M. Long. (32), 69. MILNGAVIE.—Ladies' Day Mixed kursames. Scratch—Miss P. Gordon and Mr. J. F. Kennedy (11), 70. Handicap— Miss E Battison and Mr. G. Kennedy

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

9 Aug 1907

Black (18,, 85: S. Whiteley (181, 86: W. T.', --President. Mr D. B. Belch iAshfieldi: vice- K e lly (14), 88. president. Mr J. Reid Vale of Clyde); see- BEARSDFN CLUB (Ladies' Section). ret•ry. Mr J. Dawson Walker (Marvhill)„ The following are the principal

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

25 Apr 1906

Maishall. anei onne'll president. (gramophone seductions). Mr M. Whyte was The laird Wocdhead is presently at then railed on to make the pre«entation. wd.icli Uhens g.ea. revival the Olympic diet his own happy style an.l games ’is taking place. King F.dward

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

30 Apr 1913

with her widowed mother in a little collage. As proceeds on his journey London he cannot get the incident out of his mind, and he resolves to call again on Clarice. The same night ho dines with his old friend Horace Grier. Grier had known the late Lord Straffer

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

1 Nov 1916

proceeding from, and then . . . .” paused, and pressed his hand again to his aching forehead. His temples were pulsating to bursting point, and muttered incoherent words with his lips of which his mind had no record. A flood of sunlight lit the room in

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

1 Apr 1910

people said that young lads should not go amongst those people. However, his heart was in the cause, and he had hard fight, not only from the outside, but from the inside of the Order. His first duty was to get the becking of their Grand Lodge so as get the

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

6 Apr 1934

rctital. stand-ng characteristic, and his generosity took some eighteen months ago. when he was sue- various forms. ceded l»v his two sons, Mr. John I*. Park and \\ e have only been able to enumerate a few Mr. Wm. Park. His loyalty and ness ,h> activities in

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

12 Dec 1951

of former president, Mr. John B. Park, J.P.. of Lenzic. Mr. Park, factor of Gartshore Estates, retired from office in the Agricultural Society earlier this year after completing years’ service. He succeeded his father, the late Mr. Alexander Park, in

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

20 Feb 1925

office bearers were appointed :—Captain, Mr. J. Morrison; vice-captain, Mr. J. C. Veitch; secretary, Mr. T. Veitch; treasurer, Mr. W. A. Kennedy. The general committee is Mr. A. 11. Stewart, Mr. J. I'. M'Vicar, and Mr. J. M. Eadie. The Chairman made reference

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

23 May 1900

the right by tlie guest of the evening, Mr loud K< \. Mr Brownlie, Mr Todd, junr., Renfrew; Provost Brown. Renfrew; Professor Brown, and Mr , Matthew Hulmos, and on tlie left by Mr John j Kr'kme. Rev. Mr Watt. Mr Edmiston, Bishop Robt Paton, and A. Whyte

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

26 Feb 1932

wet* by Ran. Mr. Cant Jay and Mr. Sulhrrtaad. Tbs naMcal part tta prog tarn me was carried through nadw As supervision of Mr. Role. C. Stewart, chareh organist, who had bronght front Cbmgnw Alexaader and Mr. Anderson. Rev. Mr. C'satlay sad Mrs. Csnday also

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

22 Apr 1910

prosperity of Captain •Stirling and the lady of his choice. Mr. Robert Rcnwiok and Mr. Jas. Bonar also replied. Other toasts were •* The Chairmaa,” by Mr. H. Forrest, and acknowledged Mr. Scott; Th* reupiers,” by Mr. W. Healing, and replied to Messrs. P

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

26 Apr 1911

are—you are surely not Mr Crook, the laird asked Mr North, startled at hearing voice which he had heard before. “The same, devil tak’ ye! Ye hae jouped my haunch oot o’ joint,” answered the laird —for it was indeed he. But”— Mr North was to have asked

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

20 Apr 1923

utmost depths. Dr. Laud, who was cn his 54th year, was a native of Pollokshields, and was a son of Mr. Alex. Laird, late of the firm of Alexender Laird & Sons, produce importers, Howard Street, Glasgow. He studied and took his degrees at Glasgow University

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

14 May 1938

MILNGAVIK LADIES v. HILTON PARK LADIES.—Played over Milngavic course Wednesday. Scores : Milngavic. Hilton Park. Mrs. Brash 1 Mrs. Bergins Mrs. Paters»n Mrs. Martin. Mrs. White I Miss Johnston Mrs. Philips 1 Mrs. Smith » Mrs. Carswell. Miss Munn, 1 Mrs.

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

27 Sep 1929

walked up the glen, with a kietpsack on his shoulders, a stick in his hand, and a green guide-book sticking out of the pocket of his Norfolk jacket, stopped at the door of the post-office and pleasantly asked his way. He \ranted the Hotel—Was it much further

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

14 Oct 1904

taken for the Laird versus Lady, when after a moat enjoyable game of 21 ends. victory was decla.ed in favour of the Laird by 13 shots. Result : Laird. Lady. G. Kirkwood, R. Fergowtn. R Kirkwood, J. Galbraith, 99 1.!(1 After the game Mr It. Ferguson it

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

21 Mar 1900

” lie replied. But maun let me introduce Balfour, the laird, to ye, Mrs Bryoc.” “ And. if,” said Balfour, his handsome face growing instinct with earnest feeling took the hand she offered, if Mrs Bryce will number me among her friends, I will try to

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