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  • County: East Lothian, Scotland
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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

3 Dec 1897

we know. Love! Love. my lambie laddie The nervous kindly little lady drew nearer to her eon as she spoke, and with one hand on his broad shoulder gazed earnestly into his face. But his eyes met hers now frankly enough. Yee, love, mother. At teeth I think

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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

8 Dec 1911

he bad noticed that Logan, the laird's manager, was driving shout in a gig while his master was walking. Weighing up the matter, Jock delivered hitueelf thus: —the laird has turned Logan, an' Logan has turned the laird' 8o much for Jock Blyth, and

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

13 Nov 1896

chair. (Applauee.) The DUKE, having done ao, called upon Mr A. G. Asher to read the names of those gentlemen who bud Dent apologies. Mr ASHER then intimated apologies from Lady Johnstone, the Marquis of Tweeddale, the Earl of Stair, Sir William Baird, Admiral

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

16 Aug 1895

general excitement. The unhappy leineltlan was silent and depressed : his eyes were !nitrides.; a melancholy of Cerberus and Meekest Midnight been. smeared to have of his soul. His gay was hardly in keeping with this air of profound despondency. Bat

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

25 Feb 1910

tankard from Mr and Mrs Jas. Hood, Mid- Barns; Mrs Inch and Miss Inch, Carrington field: dessert dishes, Mr and Mrs John Hoeden; Mains; Mr and Mrs Dykes, Redside; Mr Hutobe- jewel -box, Mr J. C. Wardrop; potpourrie mulct, son, Edgelaw; Mrs Crichton, Parduvine;

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

3 Jan 1919

course of the evening made short speeches. The Rev. Mr M'Nab was another speaker. The concert programme was an excellent one. aid was contributed by Mr and Mrs Barnes, Miss Hawthorn, Miss Begg, and Mr Wiahart Aitken. At the close of the concert and social

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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

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

31 Jan 1890

Sunday Joy over the child Jesus. Mr R. Thomson led off and there was a good attendance considering the inclemency of the weather. Mr W. G. Brown, last Sunday took his subject from John mi. 12, in the Free Church C.M.F.A. Mr Fyfe provided. At the U.P. Church

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

2 May 1913

charm which is.- tractid people to his came, and in the light of the new book from the pen of Mr Evan Barron, and pabliabeil by Musts R. Camithers k Sons, Inverness, we get an intimate glimpse of his character, of his urbanity, and of courage aial optimism

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

25 Oct 1907

unmistakably a lady, who was plainly but fashionably attired, and who was also closely veiled. Mrs. Tylar was obviously disconcerted, and Anna seised this opportunity of disappearing. I want Mrs. Tylar, said the lady. That's me, me lady. At your service

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

12 Sep 1919

him to utter a half suppressed ejaculation. Mr. Harbert twisted round in his chair as they entered, shading his eyes with his hand as he peered at Esther. M as Dean has just arrived, said Carew. If Mrs. Joyce is anywhere about you had better send

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

30 Mar 1928

vice-pre,i• dent, Mrs Robt. Fergus; secretary. Mrs Geo. Hogg; treasurer. Mrs Alex. Deans ; committee. Mrs Waldie, Mrs Durkin, Mrs Laird. Mrs Fruish. Mrs Brown, Mrs Lyall, Mrs Iferriot. and Mrs Thomson : hank committee. View article

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

21 Apr 1893

light spirit. (Applause.) Mr MAMMA:Vat, Town Clerk, having trowel • vote of thanks to Miss Currey anti the Rev. Mr Evaes, Mr new in the hotly of the hall, and amidst applause and hisses said he wished to move an amendment. Mr O'lloNoiaits defied her to

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

23 Sep 1938

days included Lord and Lady Derby, Lord and Lady Rosebery, Duke and Duchess of Norfolk, Lord Hamilton of Dalzell, Lord Carnarvon, Lord and Lady Reay, Lord Davies, Sir Robert and Lady Susan Gordon Gilmour, Sir Archibald and Lady Hope, Lord Sinclair, Sir

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

30 Apr 1915

that proved a popular one, for the building was well filled to hear Mr Ramsay's lecture on Norway : Its. People, Fiords. and Waterfalls. Mr ( 'urrer occupied the chair. Mr Ramsay said his object in the lecture was to have • night somewhat :may from the

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