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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

1 Jan 1904

Alec! MrMr Donaldson! I—l apologise! Have merry 7 For God's sake have 'Leroy! Mercy? What mercy dne ye deserve? gasped Alec, in his excitement dropping into the removal:tr. No for instritin' ma sister only, hut for hoo ye las'e blackened his name willa

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

5 Apr 1893

us with his presence tomorrow in the interest of these marriage settlements, and to remain and dine with us in honour of this betrothal,” said the banker. ** I hope you will kindly continue to excuse my father, sir. His age, his infirmities, his failing

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Lennox Herald

Lennox Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

20 Nov 1987

McKenzie; Florentine Stitch Mrs Inglis. Cardross; Two Coathangers Mrs J. Pane: Assissi Work Mrs Kirkpatrick. Cardross: Decorative Wall- Hanging Hon. Mrs Wedgwood. Gartocharn; Lady's Waistcoat Mrs Thompson. Millig: Lady's Winter Skirt Mrs Sheddon, Dumbarton; Best

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Lennox Herald

Lennox Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

3 Jul 1987

Bronze Division Mrs M. Duncan 120). 72; Mrs I. Telford 119). 74; Mrs M. Ceasells 132). 75, Mrs B. Harper 1241.77. SLGA Efrooch: Silver Division Mrs A. Johnson 1151. 77; Miss A. Gillon 1181. Mrs M. Ferguson 1171. 78. Bronze Division Mrs P. Craig 1291. 77;

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

9 Sep 1939

competing was considerably reduced. GOLF. HILTON PARK LADIES. Monthly medal. First class—Miss L. Adams (18) and Miss B. Thomlinson (11), 71; Mrs. WArthur (14), 73. Second class—Miss Stevenson (21), 74; Mrs. Steel (32), 73. BEARSDEN.—Autumn meeting. First class—G

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

16 Aug 1939

Gillespie, l)e Courcev, Currie. Huffy and Murphy. Referee—Mr. \V. Wilson. Glasgow. GOLF. H WBTON l.AI)IJ:8 Campbtll Clip— Mi.-s J. Sutherlaml CJU). Mr ? . A. Drummoiul (IT). 78. KIRKINTILLOCH LADIES. He-d scratch score- -Silver division —Isobi 1 Knux. Bronze

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

14 Jun 1939

school except—(r;. GOLF. HAYSTON LADIES. competition—Winner, Mr. Carmichael, li down. KIRKINTILLOCH LADIES. Stroke competition—Mrs. l ulton (23), 73. LENZH LADIES.—Mrs. London s prizc--- Miss Dry-dale t3O). 75. Monthly medal— Mrs. Louden ('l9), 09. CAWDER LADlES

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

28 Oct 1891

the moral dency over the Irish race home and abroad which Mr. Davitt possesses. MR. BALFOUR RELIGIOUS KOITCATIOV. The Daily Graphic, referring to the utterances Mr. Balfour at Manchester, and his illustration of the working of the Scotch system, remarks

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

28 Sep 1927

the and consoles the spirit. 1 don't think it was exactly this that appeal'd the Laird of Dumbiedvkes, but he also was tiong trees. his son, Jock, the Laird said las he his death bed), Jock, ave slickin' a tree, it’ll glowin’ when ve'r,- sleeping. In

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

22 Jun 1904

Glasgow, while Mr David ockbiwn. writer, Dumbarton, prosecuted. Dunbar, who was the first witness, stated that was requested Mr Baird take samples of the milk it came into his simp, Mr Baird having been prosecuted and | fired, in spite his excuse that he

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

17 Nov 1922

THE HERALD; NOVEMBER 1;, IM. MAKING OTHERS NAPPY. Ted shivered on his newsboy's beat. A cold rain came pelting down. Ted was not Ms. Ile kept on crying his papers until he bad only a half dozen left, but those must be sold before he could go home. Ile

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Lennox Herald

Lennox Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

17 Oct 1885

forcible in madden, and convincing in argument. His onward sank however, has not been unmarred by opposition, but in all his heckling he ben some out well. Mr Orr Ewing the sitting member, has now limed his address to the electors (which will be found on

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

30 May 1930

the semi-final. Another son the famous Jimmy Quinn, bearing his father’s honoured name, h*« appearing with his brother the raulm of eltic mid week fixtures, and that purixne. He figured his father’s aid position, and had a couple goals in one Of the League

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Lennox Herald

Lennox Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

15 Sep 1989

contested between the very successful John Laird and the unknown Jim McNally who was appearing in his first ever final. John Laird got off to the best possible start when a very nervous Jim McNally hooked his tee shot inches from out of bounds and took

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

21 Sep 1940

Archibald Campbell, son of the late Archibald Douglas, 17th Laird of Mains, Milngavie (who in 1838 assumed the surname of Campbell in lieu Of Douglas as 12th'Laird of BlythswoodX. During the years of his residence at Blythswood, near Renfrew, the first baron

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

16 Aug 1907

runs to his credit. His was a patient die- Hewitt, who had 5 for 12 and 4 for 8 respec- Saturday. Teams:— play, though at tines lie hit hard, having 7 tiverv, that when the last man was caught Corinthians—Duncan; Kelso and Gallo- Is.rundariess in his score

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

21 Feb 1913

Kergnsle* Terraces Mr. George Hunter, Kerguslea Terrace; Miss Jones, Meadowbank; Miss Johnstone, Mr. James Kinniburgh, Woodneuk; Mr. William and Misses Agnes and Jessie Kirk, Main Street; Mr. James and Miss I.ixzie I.eitch. Bahnore; Mr. George and Mi»s

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

7 Mar 1930

Saturday first to play Dundee the sixth stage the Scottish funior «up ouiapetition. Mr. Walker, the Scottish league, sought A post|»onenient this tie to him run off his C*x>y-Dunblane semi,** and incidentally enable him to use of Firhill. Hut —the S.J

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

17 Jun 1904

reported that the lad was more regular in his attendance at &Loot then he had hitherto been. show of the Glasgow Agri- Donald Stewart (27), a mason, n Wednesday, Mr Arthur . park Street, got two fingers of hi ?s, trick fourth • bruised lest Wriday, through

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

12 Apr 1899

feathers, Mrs. M And ‘before his irritated hearer had rightly grasped the position, he had May and himself half-way down the stair, leaymg tile exasperated landlady to assert that “though he was a free man with his siller, he was dour deeyil m haem his ain

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