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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

16 Jun 1911

feathers in Gowanlea! The laird gave him place in his apocrypha instantly, being overleaping all natural moulds. When Mr North set forth in the service, his most attentive hearer—though indifferent to all seeming—was the laird. The eyes of the yokels glowered

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

17 Mar 1916

important part in State affairs. His son, Sir James Kdmonslone, similarly filled several important offices dining the’ reign of his cousin James VL, and among ocher improvements Duntreath he considerably enlarged the castle, his arms and cypher, be seen on

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

20 Dec 1899

touch fear. Are yon friend of his?” she asked, shortly. ” Yen' much the reverse.” She nodded. His tone emohatic enough for anythin, and the smile his face had gone. ‘‘Or hers?” “There is a lady in the ease, then?” said, his ft oft tones hardening. “No

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

26 Aug 1903

lecotded liis tombstone that his second wife wp.h Anne Nisbet, daughter Sir .Ji Nis.bet IVm. Baronet, and his third wife, the Bight Hem. Lady Maigiret Mackenzie. ckwighter of last Earl of mention at all, howerer, made his first. It is sbibby I think thus

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Lennox Herald

Lennox Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

11 Oct 1890

Maio Hall, Mortises's, en Tuesday night. Mr J. W. Crumble. e emlielste• elect far Kmcardinealsere, pre. sided, an-I speeches were dr6r,ocd by Mr Asquoth, id.r. 3 Mr Pus, Kees, M.P. Yargebaram, • DLP. ; and Mr P. /kismet, M.P. The Cienerntan submitted

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

21 Nov 1913

years—Mrs. llotgrcw, Mrs. E. Shaw, Mrs. Henson, Mia* A. Devine, Mrs. Macwilliams, Mrs. Brennan, Mrs. F. Kelly, Mrs. Leslie, Mrs. D’Atcy, Mrs. P. Campbell, Miss M'Avoy, Mias E. Fhapatrick, Mrs. M’Mahoo, Mrs. Martin, Miss C. M’Knma, View article

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Lennox Herald

Lennox Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

10 Nov 1989

BC supper in the clubhouse on Friday evening. President IF. Miller, in his 'asairmans Remarks' to the club members and their guests, surpassed all his previous efforts during his year in office and Stole the show with an exceptionally witty and enjoyable

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

21 Nov 1900

dings till his grun’ as the ivy does till tho oak,” an’ it’s vera deeficult for laird any Jioo nuu klc gruu’ It©’means to feu. That’ll dep«‘iid oircumstanoes, an’ as o’ ttlic cx-Commissiomirs p’inted oot tlie ithcr day laird may start feu his grun’ for

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

13 Dec 1899

impatient. Something 1a his tone impressed Balfour favour ablv and briefly, hut frankly enough, gave his questioner an account f his meeting with L>ora in the wood. Steenic listened patiently, and as the narrative ended, over his face crept a smile of

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

22 Jul 1910

at all, Mr. Jack.*,,,'- Witney—Oh .ves, perfectly well. The Fiscal—Where did Mr. Bowman yon out at in Kilsyth? 1 P ut Witness—l think it would ,i hotel in Main Street. I left the and went to Mr. Glen’s the tledier’s Ilowman told was going to his sister’s

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

19 Aug 1939

Docharty (17), 79. Bronze division—Mrs. Meiklejchn (21), 70. BEARSDEN LADlES.—Monthly medal. First class—Mrs. Pine (9), 79. Second class—Mrs. Fulton (19), 71. Stroke compeition—First class—Mrs. Nl'Donald (18), 75. Second class—Mrs. , Kane (19), 79. MILNGAVIE

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

6 Jan 1904

before him. Hand, and after his wife had been laid to test bargain?” , I' °! Mr shall said, before I leave the family vaults, tlie wandering « re- « Na.” Maggie. should be ashamed roo|n to n.e or will turned to his bosom. left his infant son vprsp |. f(>r

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

7 Apr 1911

bread knife, threatens to take his life if doesn’t produce the thing that is bulging out of his (xteket —which she supposes is her mother's gold brocch. Harry—after his protestations had proved avail—withdraws from his pocket shaving brush, to Muriel’s

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Lennox Herald

Lennox Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

13 Nov 1992

company were treated to an afternoon tea. complete with home baking supplied by thc catering team consisting of Mrs Mair, Mrs Howat, Mrs Dow and Mrs Penman. A hospitality refreshment was also available. The entertainment commenced with community singing followed

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

10 Apr 1929

Bcneloieh Road; Mr. and Mrs. J. Hendrie, Haughhead, Glen; Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt, Haughhead, Campsie Glen; Mr. and Mrs. G. Houston, The Lodge; Mr. and Mrs. S. Houston, Home Farm; Mr. and Mrs. S. Houston, jnn., Crosshouse, Campsie Glen; Mr. and View article

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

15 Jan 1938

DEATH MR. ROBERT PHILLIPS.— The death took place at his residence, Park Road. Milngavie. on Oth January, Mr. Robt. Phillips, a well-known and highly respected residenter, who hahis lifetime without requiring the services of a doctor. Mr. Phillips

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

23 Jan 1937

Lord.” Mr. Russell had spoken Sir Archibald's diligence in busine*, and his kindness and regard for his tenants in Garscube. Mr. Craig had spoken of the fervency his spirit He had told them that when Sir Archibald came near him he felt inspired by his example

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Kirkintilloch Gazette

Kirkintilloch Gazette Dunbartonshire, Scotland

4 Apr 1913

auditing Friday Mr .1. Hi |Mirls f.rrvif llnuifh .Miss Miller Clattson and Mr rottoiihansvn, wliirh wvre. ;t satisfart eharnrter, were read and adopted, Mr Summers was oleeted president; Mr K. A. Mumo

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

1 Jan 1904

claymore buckled to his side to form a grand example of the oldworld Highland chief. Hut for all his appearance. Sir Archer had a big, kindly heart. and his villagers almost worshipped him. He was mot a business man: he hated business, and as his father's pit

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

21 Feb 1900

Alan.” The eager light died his eyes. Tie stoop'd and presM'd his lips hers, then with turned towards the river. At that instant T>;'o, who had been watching ♦ hem with almost human mfdligenco. barred his master’s path, his low growl wounding « note of

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