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Fife Free Press, & Kirkcaldy Guardian

Fife Free Press, & Kirkcaldy Guardian Fife, Scotland

22 May 1926

FIFE LADY’S HUNDREDTH „ BIRTHDAY. PIANOS. ORGANS. His Master’s Voice New MRS BOYD KINNEAR CON- GRAMOPHONES, CRATULATED. LARGE SELECTION. UNSURPASSED. Payments Arranged. A LONG LIVED FAMILY. E. J. PERCIVAL « CO., HIGH ST., KIRKCALDY. Mrs Boyd Kitmoaj,

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St. Andrews Gazette and Fifeshire News

St. Andrews Gazette and Fifeshire News Fife, Scotland

15 Apr 1876

following candidates have been nominated: —Dr Davidson ; Rev. Mr Bruce ; Mr Russell, Hatton; Mr flake, Cardy House ; Mr. Beveridge, Bnekthorne ; Mr Wilson, Oil Mill; Mr Lindsay, clothier ; Mr Strang, oolporteur. Prrreerwarm. —There were sight candidates

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Fife Free Press, & Kirkcaldy Guardian

Fife Free Press, & Kirkcaldy Guardian Fife, Scotland

19 Oct 1935

solos, etc., were Mrs D. Thomson. Mrs W. Masterton, Mrs Mac- Intyre. Mrs D. Ferguson. Mrs R. Morris, Mrs Bonlhrone, Mrs Robertson. Mrs T. Henderson, Mr Geo. Curtis, and Master Charlie Hepburn. Excellent dance music was provided by Mr Geo. Curtis. The happy

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St. Andrews Citizen

St. Andrews Citizen Fife, Scotland

3 Jun 1899

generally lie f. •und evening among his ** tatties” in his garden. Just without garden was » hog which stretched towards the Dee. and one side by the highway. Hither one night the laird on his homeward .»av was led his ■* shalt,” and finding him•*lf. a«

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Fife Free Press, & Kirkcaldy Guardian

Fife Free Press, & Kirkcaldy Guardian Fife, Scotland

14 Jun 1930

that the lairds of Raster Wemyss held their baronial -courts in the cave, and the other is that the gipsies named the cavern the Court Cave because the King had spent night with them. THE PARSON AND THE SCHOOLMASTER. On the occasion of one of his visits

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Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette

Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette Fife, Scotland

8 Sep 1931

siesedect the pert 111iTHeedereas't award was of Mr Moan. He held that Colossi was booed to take over the ea tie farm, and be refused the visa= of the bed His - Lordship the of a stated the averments wilieb based his ohmage that the the promethium be summarised

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Fifeshire Journal

Fifeshire Journal Fife, Scotland

28 Nov 1861

ought at once to bless his stars that his lines have fallen in such a pleasant place as at the very feet of this more than Gamaliel, where he can receive all the instruction and training his energetic nature will require, enable him fully to appreciate

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Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette

Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette Fife, Scotland

14 Oct 1930

threw down his paper and all attention at once. This, indicating is letter he held in his hand, contains an invitation to dinner for you and I, for Friday evening, from Mrs Loraine, the mother of the young ladies you met yesterday at Mr Erskine's.

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Fifeshire Advertiser

Fifeshire Advertiser Fife, Scotland

31 Dec 1910

(son of Mr Jas Wallace, Dogton); 4 Robert Beimel (son of Mr John Bonnet, Nabb-s); Wm. Lambert (with Mr James Porter, Ingne); 6 John Brand (with Mr Thos. Beith. Balnuohomrie). Best Peering—l Alexander MKemie; 2 David Marshall; 3 Wra. Ednie (with Mr D. Kinninmonth

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St. Andrews Citizen

St. Andrews Citizen Fife, Scotland

4 Apr 1925

Robb; vice- Presidents, Mr W. Smith and Mrs Suttie; Secretary, Mr J. Forgan; Treasurer, Mr J. Mackenzie; Oommittee Miss A. W. Brown, Miss Scott, Mrs Mias Law, Mrs Watson, Mrs Gonriay, Messrs D. Clark. D. Young, J. Doig, A. Watson, W. Gourlay, and J. Fenton

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Fifeshire Journal

Fifeshire Journal Fife, Scotland

25 Jun 1857

he thought Mr Sang Irregular In introducing it. The then stated that be was desired by Mr Wailes to state ti the iseritors, that Mr Sang is desirous of obtaining a portion of his bur 3 ingground ; that he (Mr Wasps') is quite willing that Mr Sang should

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St. Andrews Citizen

St. Andrews Citizen Fife, Scotland

17 Dec 1927

casket of cigarettes. The stallholders were :—Cake and candy—Mrs Dry burgh. Mrs Troup, Mrs Lees, Miss Brunton, and Miss Koaneiy; work— Mrs Moir, Miss Burns, and Miss Leitch; produce—Mrs Stewart, Mrs Turpie, and Miss M’Gregor; hardware —Miss Ritchie; hoop-la

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Fife News

Fife News Fife, Scotland

2 Oct 1880

the Abbey, there being the Rev. John Lamb, Edinburgh, Rev. Mr IL Stevenson of Dundee, and the Rev. Mr Anton from Dysart. On • vote being taken 82 voted for Mr Lamb, 115 for Mr Anton, and 236 for Mr Stevenson, who was declared milliner of the second charge

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Fifeshire Journal

Fifeshire Journal Fife, Scotland

21 Mar 1872

susceptibility and political apprehension. Mr Gladstone has again courted the severest reprobation for his pension to Lady Mayo. That pension is a thousand pounds, which is the sum precisely he gives to his son as a Lord of the Treasury for doing nothing

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Leven Mail

Leven Mail Fife, Scotland

19 Jan 1944

village, Wiener, were:—Whist—LadiesMrs Nichol, Mrs Scott; Gents—Mr T. Arnett, Mr F. Ewings, Rookery Nook— Mrs Wilson, Cpl. Laidier • WAAF.; booby, Mrs lairfull. Music for the dance was' supplied by Andy Donaldson and his band. or Istroanstiox Lemon

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St. Andrews Citizen

St. Andrews Citizen Fife, Scotland

7 Sep 1901

THE TOAST TO THI LADIES. Mr GroMet, Cupar, proposed Mr* Uakgill- Crichton and her Daughter.” If they knew their feelings, he said, be aure they would wish that their good qualities should be rather imagined than described ; but, with their forbearance

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Fifeshire Journal

Fifeshire Journal Fife, Scotland

1 Jan 1885

GRATES of • Mr wire in an agreeable Moll Hat-Water Heating M•IT L • N D El OITS I, A mei the ANDREWS. Memo HAY & KYD9 NEXT SPECIAL which wok* a model for Irrofro- SALE HORSES will take oleos as abov e . soma interviewer to mops. We predict for his adds a donna

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Fife Free Press, & Kirkcaldy Guardian

Fife Free Press, & Kirkcaldy Guardian Fife, Scotland

21 Jul 1917

who was years of age, served his apprenticeship with Mr Lockhart, cooper. Rose Street, and was well known Kirkcaldy and district. He was employed ao ne.ss when he iomed the colours. KIIfKCALDY NANAL OFFICER WOUNDED Mrs Smith, 16 Meldrum Road. Kirkcaldy

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Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette

Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette Fife, Scotland

20 Feb 1934

Episcopal Church, of which she was a lifelong member. Lady Grisehla in 1g97 married Mr James Cheape of Stratlityrum, who is a well-known Fife laird. She is survived by two sons, Mr Alexander Ogilvy Cheape and Mr David Ogilvy Cheape, who is a planter in the Argentine

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St. Andrews Citizen

St. Andrews Citizen Fife, Scotland

1 Jan 1916

THE CITfcKE The ladies connected with the Andrews Branch of the National Urnon Women Workers, by whom the canteen for soldiers Hope Park U;F. Church Hall is run, and the ladies who conduct the soldiers’ canteen Regains, Queen’s Tetrace, arranged recently

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