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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

18 Mar 1904

late Mr. Leeky did not improve h=s•literary position by the volume of Poems he published in 1891. Mr. Hardy is in the same category. Some of his shorter efforts in verse are pleasing and even powerful, but his poetical work a whole justifies his abandonment

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

11 Mar 1892

was rejected by 238 votes to 119. Mr Balfour laughed in his shrill hysterical way at this result very much as he laughed once when Mr Goschen's Publican's Compensation measure received its quietus. Some scores of his supporters evidently thought the untoward

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

29 Jan 1892

scenes he described, Mr Stewart went on to say that love in the form of sympathy was his chief characteristic, and it was equally natural that his sympathy which was so fully shown to the lower creatures should also go forth to his fellowmen, and especially

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

17 Feb 1893

AN 11'141N. Mr TA N remd a letter from the l'ldef Constable calling attention to the limited accommodation of the constables at the Town Hall, and suggesting that the Fra+er in renting the late Inspector Laird's house, so that the one at P esent occupied

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Haddingtonshire Courier

Haddingtonshire Courier East Lothian, Scotland

16 Mar 1888

years of ago his back was straight arrow, sat upon his stool grimly pursuing his work, and glanc ing up occasionally to look at the sunshine, which was creeping in at his ludf-open door. A shadow was flung across the floor, and quickly raising his eyes, saw

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

9 Sep 1927

president, Mr J. Lyon ; vice-president, Mr G. L. Wilson; secretary and treasurer, Miss Aikman ; council, Miss M'lntosh, Miss Moir, Mrs Main, Miss Cowan, Mr Sandilands, and Mr Wallace ; auditors, Miss Robertson and Mr W. Wood. It was decided to have the

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

29 Dec 1911

Lea. All his Isom' were given with a syrugethy which, combined with his very fine voice. was bound to rouse the audience to a high pitch of enthusiasm. Jeannie's Black E'e was his encore piece. Mr John Burnett, the baritone, so touched his listener's

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

25 Aug 1905

drove his pen as steadily on the tumbling ocean as in Montague-square; and as his voyages were many. it was his practice before sailing to come down to the ship and confer with the carpenter. who was instructed to rig up a rough writing-table in his small

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Haddingtonshire Courier

Haddingtonshire Courier East Lothian, Scotland

1 Apr 1887

Sprott, Mr Kerr. Mr Turnbull. followed, while the rear was brought up by i/,thian, btit also any other bill which should self—bad had meeting there with BalUe the ambulance corps, under tho cborge of forward by any Government, whether Grieve and Mr Easton

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

10 Dec 1897

wish to give him his due. He had flirted. Especially with Jeannie .11larterton, but his friendship for Letty Johnson was really akin to love, and into love it would have merged. But to his honour be it said that when he returned from his first visit to

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

5 Nov 1897

poor body gang aboot his business I ' But never • headache had Barton Adair. 'Mere wee • comical look on his face and • half-suppressed smile, as he sat down to breakfast with his mother and little sister. Letters lay beside his plate, but they would

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

4 Aug 1899

Mansfield. Mr R. C. Munm Ferguson. M.P.: Colonel Porteous of Turfhills: Captain 'Henderson. Edinburgh: Mr D. F. Mackenzie. Mortonhall: Mr G. U. Macdonald, Raith: Mr Cook. Arniston: Mr R. Galloway. secretary and treasurer: Mr George Hannah. The Glen: Mr D. P

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

2 Dec 1910

to see that Mr Munro Ferguson had been apeointed chairman of that committee. (Loud applause.) Well then, if at other elections they considered Mr Ferguson a suitable candidate, be was convinced they 'souk' he doubly pleased with him after his having such

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

27 Feb 1914

else to do his dirty work for him, if he did not repent would go to hell. The man who drank and broke his wife's heart., the man who rented his property for the sale of liquor, the legislator who made it possible to ruin his b ody and damn his boy were

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

2 Aug 1901

played off and resulted in Mr George Smith (5 bole.) besting Mr J. R Shanks (5 holes). and Mr C. K Muir (7 boles) beating Mr J. Milne (4 holes). Yesterday the final stage was played, and Mr Smith proved •ictor, beating his opponent by four holes ap and

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

14 Aug 1931

allotment in the Musselhurgh Allotment Holders' Association has been won by Mr J. Samuel. Mr Walter Scott. last year's prize-winner. was second and Mr J. C. Blackball third. •' FORCING His S At a special Musselburgh Police Court held on Saturday morning, Bailie

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

18 Mar 1910

what advantage you gain. Don't you?—slowly. Finn stretched out his long legs, and he put his hands into his pockets. It's this way. he said ;—he was speaking more to himself than his companion— I've been the round of all the stalls. I've priced all

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

18 Jul 1913

the role of the laird of throughout the country. and in his Inns trim af ,, t he had now and again to plead for lodgings by the wayside. In every rarith there ere stories of the King's , vi•ita. and of hi. having hostow•vi lands on of hi. a. tar' him fro-ly

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

26 Jul 1901

spy. was fried and executed for high treason. and there wan some justice in his trial, for his designs were in mime -tempura rebellious. but hi. punishment far out• weighed his crime. In England Hardy and Horne Tooke were tried for the same crime, but

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

2 Oct 1931

in Mr John Benn, who has written a striking account of a visit to the Argentine under the title A Merchant Adventurer in South America (Ernest 'Benn, Ltd.. 6;1. Mr Benn went to the Buenos Aires Exhibition with his eyes open, and the story of his travels

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