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  • County: Dunbartonshire, Scotland
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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

16 Nov 1955

men these days. interested spectator at recent Rob Roy matches has been Mr, Laird, faiher of Rob Roy's new left winger Denny Laird, who was due to set fool in Britain yesterday on his way home from the Middle East. Denny, whose demob, day is just three weeks

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

31 Jul 1925

Glasgow- T. D. Laird, Waterside, and D. Lawson, Ltd., East High Street, K i rkintilloch. The Sheriff finds that' the driver of Laiici's I.us turned his bus to take up his stance in Czthcdral Stieet for the return journey. Ha was on his right side. Lawson's

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

22 Jul 1903

d-tme for n.e.” The testimonial Mr led Mr Mac- Millan to try Dodd’s Kidney Pills. His second letter tells the successful result the trial. Those who suffer from Mmilar shctild follow Mr MacMillan’s experience as he followed Mr Syder’s. S( AND ANADIAN STRIKE

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Lennox Herald

Lennox Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

25 Aug 1888

become delirious, so it was finally agreed to lie down and rest a little. Mr Wright slept some time ; to his surprise be felt a little warmth at his beck, and potting over his hand felt that a little terrier dog, belonging to one of the men. bad crept

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Lennox Herald

Lennox Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

26 May 1989

first victory was made up of Charlie Green (142). John Laird 1144) and Pat Moy 1157). Final Result: 442 Cardross (P. M. Clancy 148; G. Walker 146; P. Reid 148). 443 Dumbarton IC. W. Green 142; J. Laird 144; P. Moy 157). Cowglen IL. McLaughlin 141; F. Drum

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

15 Dec 1915

property of Mr. James Wood, who res’ded ;n it. Mr. Wood’s mother, jean Dollar, was for many years Mrs. Oswald’s faithful and devoted attendant. Mrs. Oswald and her daughters afterwards removed View [fu Id Cottage, above Kincaid House, which the laird had It

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

17 Dec 1915

property cf Mr. James Wood, who resided in it. Mr. Wood's mother, Jean Dollar, was for many years Mrs. Oswald’s faithful and devoted attendant. Mrs. Oswald and her daughters afterwards removed to Viewheld Cottage, above Kincaid House, which the laird had built

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

12 May 1905

the Home). Mr Henry MacLeod teecretaxyl. Apologies fcr absence were received from Lord and Lady Overtrain', Sir Charks and Lady Stirling. Lady Renshaw, Sir Jclin and Lady t're Primrose, Sir Janime and Lady King. licit. J. C. Burns and Mrs Bun), Professor

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

5 May 1897

been happy. His political success could not satisfy his heart, he mourned his lost little grandchild, the idol he had worshipped, the tiny creature he had expected to become the prop and stay, the comfort and the joy his declining years. His pen travelled

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

15 Aug 1917

(skip). The prizes were the gift Mr. A. Stevenson, and a hearty vote of thanks was given to him for his very handsome gift. After the game, President \V. lirown intimated that Saturday, 25th , was to be observed as a Ladies’ Day', and all members were invited

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

26 Dec 1913

nsig. • Mr. D. D. ClarksoD —Buffalo BiU. Mr. Alec Maclom—Blue Beard. Mr. \V. • MacKenzie—BoyScout. Mr. Harold Wilson—Highland Laddie. Mr. I. D. Clarkson —Evening Drees. Mr. W. G. Saddeman—Police Sergeant. Mr. W. G. Cußn, Glasgow—Andulsian. Mr. A. Stewart

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Lennox Herald

Lennox Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

27 May 1988

team of John Laird, Pat Moy and Alan Gibson put up a great display on Saturday when they finished in second place in the West of Scotland Team Trophy at Gourock. Greenock and Port Glasgow. The best of the Dumbarton scoring came from John Laird, with two

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

31 May 1912

Mrs. I-ochfaead; Mr. and Mrs. Kinnevr, Dr. and Mrs. Xeave; Ur. and Mrs. Kobe Young, Callart; Mr. and Mrs. Goodhall Lachlan M’Neill Weir, Shaw Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Munro; Mrs. Gillespie, Miss Baxter, Miss Elliot, Miss R. G. Smith, Darley; Mrs. Macdonald;

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

19 Jan 1912

catered for, but Mr. Sinclair has blown his trumpet from Acharn/* and the public are informed that large and representative number have rallied to his call, including Mr. P. R. Fenwick, the sanitation champion. It is refreshing to find Mr. Sinclair again

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

11 Sep 1937

much for his kindness. The winning rink i Mrs. Currie, N. M’Cotl, Mrs. Mathie, and J. Milligan, senr. (skip). splendid tea was provided at half-time under the convenership of Mrs. Pirrie, assisted Mrs. M’Adam, Mrs Rankin, Mrs. Purdie, and Mrs. Milligan

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

19 Mar 1926

J. O'Donnell and Mr. Jas. Stark, M. Travelling prizes, Mrs. Wm. Marshall and Mr. J. Bowie. Ilidden prize, Miss Stirling. The prizes were handed over by Mrs. R. I). Mackenzie, captain of the ladies' section. A dance filVowed, with Mr. 1)on. Cameron and

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Lennox Herald

Lennox Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

30 Jan 1892

MAuslan, Kirktonhill ; Mr Lawson, postmaster, and MraLIIWSOII, Mr W. Forbes, Doon Cottage; Mr Robert Chambers, Mrs Twig% Miss Miller, Townend; Mr and Mrs George Brown, Cardr,ss Haul; Brown and Kennedy ; Mr Robert Ballantyne and Mrs Ballantyne, College Park

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

20 Nov 1914

happy in all his re-latieMis with his constituents who, in igio, the- last election which he- contested, returned him at the liead of the Poll with a record numlx-r of votes ; with his colleagues, who appreciates! his urbanity and his ze-al ; w ith the

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

11 Nov 1891

Court of Guernsey on Saturday a projet de hi, granting deliberative and elective voice in parish meetings to widow ladies, spinsters, and married ladies who are separated to property, was unanimously passed. Tne ladies, however, are not eligible for any public

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

2 Nov 1938

presentation to Mr. R. M Donald, who leaves the Society to take up duties with the Metropolitan Police. Mr. Veitch, manager, made the presentations of a dressing case and suit case, and Mr. M'Donald suitably replied. During the evening, Mr. D. Young, president

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