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  • County: East Lothian, Scotland
  • For Years: 1900 - 1949

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

4 Jun 1909

Miller, Mr Kekewich, the London agent of the Lairds of Graigentinny, and Er Dundas, representing the Edinburgh agents. Ex-Councillor Ourrie, Mr John White, Parish Councillor Brydon Hogg, Mr Ranzay, architect, and others of the promoters of the scheme

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

7 Nov 1913

Coaascromoort Mr Sonar Law. Mr Lew . * addreab to the Hems to have failed to sct eorreat interpretation :row either friend& or op. pon-•nte. Chu& it. baa been suggested by the Otwerver that Mr Bonze Ls* was merely thinking aloud.•' But Mr Boner Law has

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

2 Dec 1927

Secretary Mr Edward Archibald discharged the dutie- of master of cere- in his usual efficient minute,- and at the dose of play lie announced the whist priza•win• as follows—Ladies-1. Mrs O. Donaldson; 2, Mrs J. Whitelaw: booby. Dyson. Omit:m--i, Mr W. Keil

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

27 May 1927

PORTOBELLO LADIES' CLUB. Last Friday the competition for the Queen Alexandra Medal (scratch), and handicap prizes presented by the president (Mr Geo. Smith), and the club was held over the Aberdour Course with tlis following result :--President's Prize—Miss

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

15 Sep 1933

last five years his rink were runners-up to the chany•ions. At the close of the play Mr W. Redden. nreeident of the Local Association and of the Mbaselhu•rh Club presented the Steeples Shield and Newland,: Cup to the Niddrie Club and Mr R. Brown. president

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

30 May 1913

built the castle. and his lady. If Mr William Maclefath. in the Sent* Peerage, is correct it was not the first Lord Borthwick who built the castle, but hie predecessor. Sir William Borthwick. On the oneetion of the monument Mr • Mac Math also sets aaide

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

1 Nov 1929

LADY NAIRNE•S SONGS. Mr John Miller, Edinburgh, gave a song titre to the members of the Portobell.. of the Women's Co-operati ve Guild in Hall last Thursday night on Lady Nairne and her !kings, Mrs Robertson presiding mei a huge attendance. Mr Miller

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

24 Mar 1905

richer for his successes. said that mother would spoil the boy, and her own fortune would be swept away; but these prophecies all turned out wrong, and the laboratory she built for her son was the great secret of his rapid progress in his inventions,

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

18 Aug 1922

friendly match took place a Innerleithen Saturday. Scores : FT RON 00. Mr Frreto.cn .. 14 Mr G. Asdergoo Mr Jug. Ilrosn 27 Mr W. Robertson Mr J 36 Mr A. J. Wilson Mr A. Turnbull .. Mr N. Muir - 159 . NIDDRIE CM'S, On Saturday - Niddne engaged in two gamesome

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

4 Mar 1932

contesting the Dune Ladies-1. Mrs Neilands; 2. Mrs R. Nraterstou : bartonshire by election. An able deputy, how-3. Mrs C• Goodall; special, MSss Knox; ever was found in ths person of Mr Joe Westbooby. Mice C. Philip. Gentlemen-1, Mr R. wood, who wars also

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

22 Dec 1916

1567. By Mr W. NT/AL, Landon. Black 3,5, 12, l7, 20, 24, 25; Kings 14, 29. • • $O. m. 0.. m 0 II•• moo Whit* 11, 13, 16, 22, 26, 32; Kings 2, 19, 28. White to play and win A neat example of the block problem. Game No. 1314.—Laird and lady. By the late

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

7 Feb 1902

sunnlies produoed no effect. Mr Chamberlain merely set aside the constitution and governed by an order in council. —o— GLEANINGS, The Laird o' Cockpen. correspondent writes me that when the song 'The Laird a Coekpen by Lady Nairne ie so often sung and

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

23 Jun 1933

and women he were:—Mrs Kemp, Mrs Hope, Mrs Lowe, Mrs then there was not accommodation for all ward. They had reached the 150th milestone and minuet keep pressing on. Let the past days ore than Melling. Mrs )!Donald , Min Coulter Mrs those who desired

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

23 May 1902

96 lees 10-86 Mr Thomas Henderson 101 lees 15-86 Other seines : Mr Robert Doig 84 plus 6-90 Mr Andrew . . 84 plus 6-90 Mr R. H. Fraser 100 10-90 Mr F. R. Evanson 95 less 4-91 Mr George Ford 95 4-91 Mr David Whit* 99 less 7-92 Mr Richard `.liven

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

4 Nov 1904

silver trophy), Mr Hermann Larson: 2, Mr Wm. Williams diet year's winner); 3, Mr Wm. Ceasford; 4. Mr Wm. Fowler. Consolation Prises---1, Mr John Allsopp: 2, Mr David Jeffries. The Chairman then proposed a special vote of thanks to Mr Wm. Gessford for

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

8 Nov 1907

appearaua•. The judge-Mr Paterson, of Mew aidc-found his work cut out for him, but. his awards gave very general setiafaction. There weir over 300 entries. In the evening the prize's were presented to the sum:maul competitors by Mrs J. H. Balfour, she being

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

26 Feb 1909

Taylor, Mr and Mrs Craig, and Mr T. Adams. Amongst others present were Mr Taylor, farmer; Mr Maclennan, Mr Main, etc. Supper was by Mr Paul Troussier, and after it had been partaken of, a very short programme and twastlist was gone through. The Chairman

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

1 Aug 1913

song tells the remainder of the story. His wig was well poothered and as glide as new, His doublet was red, and his hose they were blue; He put on a ring, a sword, and coek'd hat, An' wha could refuse the Laird wi a' that? Ile mounted hia naig and he

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

10 May 1907

mutts. On July 31, 1645, the minister of Inveresk, Mr Oliver Colt, was abseut, and in giving his excuse wrot to the brethrenie of tine tumult in his kirk the last Sabbath, raisit by the servants of ye Lady Carberry mid the Heim contending for ye salt belonging

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

21 Feb 1908

anti-burgers. Mr Mudie bad his liking', too. His presents of knives to the boys, and scissors, silver thimbles, and pocket handkerchiefs to his lady friends would have kept him poor. oven bad his income been several times larger than it was. Mr Mudie was

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