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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

26 Sep 1930

frijoles, was seated in a cane chair with his stout legs propped on an -ended na.k;ng case. smoke .n black cigar. His plump hands were folded across his comfortable stomach. and the lids were beginning to close over his round black eyes when steps on the verandah

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

21 Apr 1911

at the opening. Mr James A. Hood presided, and he was accompanied to the platform by Mrs Hood, Mr W. W. Hood, South Wales; Mr John Callender, Mr ,A. Murray Hardie, architect; Rev. A. Hardie, Mr R. K. Hill, Edinburgh; Mr linage Mackie, Mr James Dem, Bonnyrigg

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

1 Apr 1892

leadership of Mr Brown, who showed that he had given great pains to the training of the choir for the occasion. Mr Loudon proposed a hearty vote of thanks to Mr Davidson for his interesting lecture, aid expressed his wish that they would have Mr Davidson to

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

9 Dec 1932

for the dance. Mr Romanes presented the whist prizes as follows:—Ladies —l. Mrs A. French; 2, Mrs Robertson ; booby, Mrs Vt ilson. Gentlemen —l, Mr Sidey : 2, Mr A. King; booby, Mr Herbert. Mvsosle WHI-I.—.\ company of 120 took part in Lodge St John,

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Haddingtonshire Courier

Haddingtonshire Courier East Lothian, Scotland

29 Jun 1888

in that direction, his hands closing and unclosing rapidly tho fury of his thought. Pushing his way through the intervening branches of the wood, he came out on an open space, and saw, standing with his back to him, tho shape of his foster father. CHAPTER

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

3 Jul 1903

Macgregor 0 Mr J. Paton Mr H. C. Makay 1 Mr A. Mackay .. Mr A. Irvine Mr J. Mowat Mr L. Halcrow 0 'Mr W. Grant Mr J. Drunsfield 0 Mr R. Neilson .. 4 —l6 Picnic TO Asurrerrox.—Lain Saturday the annual picnic of the Portobello Congregational Chun* Sunday

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

15 May 1896

late Laird of of Niddrie Marimba!, father of the present esteemed laird, Co onel Wench me—(applause)—who though as M t iscooslian. connected himself with Portobello Free Church on account of his admirrtion for the Rev. Mr Ireland. The late laird took

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

20 Oct 1911

memento and lasting proof of the affection they had for his family and himself. In conclusion be expressed his gratitude to Mr Barton for his kind words in making the presentation, and said he had to thank Mr Barton for many things, amongst I others that be

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

13 Apr 1894

words of prayer for his beloved came to Angna's lips under the midnight sky : God bless my heart's love ! May .Jehovah guard her and keep her from evil ! He hail bidden his hest anti hostess farewell, and now he started on his homeward way alone. He

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

18 Aug 1899

to return an sasent, for, nodding his bead in a satisfied way, the stranger came forward, with the words: pardon me, but may I ask if your name is Aubrey?—Mr. Arthur Aubrey It is, replied the other, regarding his questioner curiously. Of the firm

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

27 Jan 1899

Alit! Whue Hicks was speaking Platelet to some extent rezainod his self-possesaion. To quarrel. and possibly fight with his antagonist would be of all things the very last to serve his interests. and although be had a strong suspicion that he had been

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

12 Oct 1900

onastion to call a: tae Manse after the marriage. The nonnter, after introducing - Jenny to his wife. imeeted on Jenny's opinion of his wife being given in the lady's presence. Jenny, telling of the interview to au aemaintatice. said—'l was sair pit tilt:

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

13 Jan 1911

Grieve, Mrs Lawson, Mrs M'Lauchlan, Mrs W. E. Miller, Mrs Ogilvie, Mrs Simpson, Mix Thomson, Miss Williamson, Mae Waddell, Mrs Sutherland. Mrs Tod, Mrs Scott, and Mrs M. P. Miller. Mrs Seller reappointed treasurer, and Mi. Cook vas also continued secretary

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

29 Nov 1918

hibitetf his name to the final form of the treaty. and he thus became a covenanted King of Seers. Alas Charles looked upon the Covenant as a wrap of paper. Cromwell soon appeared in Scivand, and at Dunbar the Lord delivered the Scots into his band

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

1 Dec 1905

- and that young lady. who poesesees a rich contralto voice. merited well th encore accorded her. Mr A. Galley showed ex. quisite skill in his violin manipulations. and was .I,so accorded a hearty encore. whilst the young pianist. Mr J. Hunter. was a

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

30 Dec 1910

Vincent and several-armoured cruisers, well as the building of the bull and machinery of the ArtryU. ''his is the first battleship which wire Cammell Laird will undertake at their Dew works at Tranmerc, where at 'resent they have on hand a cruiser of the

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

20 Jul 1934

were won by Messrs G. Scott, A. F. Rutherford, A. H. Horne, and T. Teller (skip). with 13 shots up. Mr Teller presented his prize to the president. Mr A. C. Moir, C.A. CRAIGENTINNY v. MUSSELBURGH. The return half of the annual match between these clubs

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

9 Feb 1934

Misa Wright, 0; Mrs M•Fartane, 0; Mrs Laird, ertak- parents, friends, and boys. Hogg presiding. The talk was illustrated a where common occurriLice in Czarist times. She did The programme was contributed in songs with sacred solos by Mrs Purves, a sister

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

11 Nov 1898

appointed for the ensuing year: —Mr A. Balfour Gray, solioitor, provident; Mr R. G. Cockburn, ,ice president; Mr Same Macpherson, secretary and treasurer; &fang with en Executive Committee. Councillor Lang Todd and Mr A. D. Wood, hon. secretary ef the

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

23 Feb 1900

complicity was not brought to I • by his accusers. Mr Chamberlain perhaps was not far from the truth when declared that it was rather au execution than an inquiry that was wanted. He wave an apparently straight account of his actions at the time of the Raid

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