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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

1 Oct 1943

cake (Mrs. Warwick), cake (Mile Bone), handbag (Sheila Hills). grapes (Lady Phillimore), pumpkin (Shirley Collett). Mr. and Mrs Courtnage, 38, 1 Newtown, Port Chester, have received news that their only son Kenneth, aged 20, has gained!, his wings in

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Bournemouth Guardian

Bournemouth Guardian Hampshire, England

14 Jul 1917

sent cumprisi Mr. P. M. Bright, Mr. S. es rodeo. Yam that I bad with the Zeman& was broken when thin wrong was Many people are coenplainin t er of digestivel Whitty (band r, Mr. W. H. Dwell, Mr. W. i rroved Haydon. Dr. T. It , Scott, Mr. A. Youngman.

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

10 Mar 1944

this man, said Mr. years Last Friday was Maude in opening his speech, buried accrding to the ewlah for the defence. This man rites at Southsea, the mourners went into the box. standina. being Mr. and Mrs. W Podgur with his hands in his trouser (son and

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

25 Jul 1930

Brighton, Mr. and Mrs. Homer, Mr. and Mrs. Bulpitt, Mr. and Mrs. Bull, the Railway Staff (Fareham), Mr. and Mrs. Privett and Bertie, Mr. and Mrs. Laird (Gosport), Mr. and Miss Sherwood Twyford), Miss K. Sherwood, View article

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Bournemouth Guardian

Bournemouth Guardian Hampshire, England

5 Dec 1908

(Garber ) TM merrier re eloper ei,.•st • Mr eerie. N Mrs Se Ibe r puler is IM N Gaper. Ins; sal the era. Mesa era ▪ Erg.' NCTCAL iIIPIPMEM.—At walks Be** MR ea Used., make', el 1 J H '.wrem I. r= B . Ike C MM, Hr O eel His T Klee. palmed Ib. Weakpa Sunday W

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

23 Feb 1916

SELLING CHASE. £5O- Two miloe. Mr. A. ThomeonVi ATHBNRY J. W. E*ftt Mr. A. Hasting*’a MARCH DrieooH 2 Mr. D. Hturieou’s SABA L. Bees ran; W’ooden Bridge iB. Rol/erti). Sweet Willie (W. Smith). Hellebore (R. Clark). V. (Mr. Cawley;, Bouton Houg« C. Hawkins)

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

5 Nov 1915

Prters. Mr. J. T. Rowland. Mr. W. P. Tan chat, Mr. T. Mr. Bator. Mrs. 11. T. NlcCullonch. %Ire. Parnell. three. Miss Neal. Miss i:risrnl, S. FAREII% M PlumModals.. etc.. Ifs the I kl;. - Fraa749;khr. Mr. C. Kendall Mr. A E Weeks., Mr. J. Vokr., Mr. E. it

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Bournemouth Guardian

Bournemouth Guardian Hampshire, England

3 Sep 1892

err, •Mr sad Mrs sar), •Mr Woodward GALL •Mr r, it.. asit Ilia Be= HON awl lin illimmlb. HOS Illgre •Mr aillimil. •Mrs Case 'ma . ma poll Whirr (Leadeal =A • Mr. Wm sad tars It Mr sod Mrs fry Osilierr. *Dr 85.5.. waaaa-H, a. Ad. . 4 r , Man larri Mr_ Hini7

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Bournemouth Guardian

Bournemouth Guardian Hampshire, England

20 Jan 1912

the Me. reellstime, Mr. P. amelee et his he the hash M. meth Peewee TM the P. Other; Nimme. huh= bum ad Me. P. boiler win, Mr. Gist Mina, Mee Gehris, Miss Z. Garda, Mr. R. R. Mr. B. G. ' Tborse Mr. 1. DAM., it Mr. E. Ismis, Mr. Yank. Mr. Dia wars lima tributes

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Christchurch Times

Christchurch Times Hampshire, England

14 Feb 1903

brimming over with his information. Captain Trevanon took his pipe out of his mouth and listened open-mouthed. He remembered the stranger perfectly, remembered also that the laird had been distrait with the air of a man who bad something on his mind. And then

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Bournemouth Daily Echo

Bournemouth Daily Echo Hampshire, England

30 Jan 1905

worthy laird Perthshire village made the for him, wonderful journey ase the great exhibition of 1851. On his return his banker, man who was well known have -the idea that vaa by far the most influential and potent power in the shire, invited the laird with

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

16 Feb 1907

of dual in which was. principal. It was when was editor U the *' in Nevada 1864: Mr. Laird, proprietor of tbe Virginia ’* Umoo, ’ was trying his band at editing. wohe up Mr. Lai with some oourteaim ot kind ***f i were fashioßable among newspaper editors

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Bournemouth Daily Echo

Bournemouth Daily Echo Hampshire, England

16 Sep 1904

Limit (dog).—l. Mr. F. Rocky's Oxonian; 2, Mr. G. Rally 3. Mr. R. Vami; r.. Mr. 0. C. Drabble * Sandown Ecl.pst'. Spocal Nbtios*.—l» Mr. O. Kapor* Galiard; 2, Mr. R. Vicary’s Vanji; 3. Mr. *• Avon r., Mr. 0. C. Drabbk Waxricr. „ Puppies.—l, Mr. O. Rapsr’s

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

4 Feb 1920

and the ueaeant aleepe his house graAtaWy being repmcod A I LAN v LMLII 1 | -. air onJy, LACE BOOTS, in Tan, with n for >;rap.-. 3 - each, (But then, course, Policeman cannot always where with his cattle‘as well as with his child-! . lti mato brethren

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

30 Jul 1937

socks.-1. Mrs. P. Frogbrook; 2. Mrs. J. J. Cooper. Home-made wool rug.-1, Mrs. A. Blake: 2, Mrs. A. Scarterfteld; 3. Mrs. Topping. Victorian posy.-1. Mrs. Brierle): 2, Mrs. Laird: 3. Mrs. Prince. Lady's shoulder spray.-1. Mrs. Mussard: 2. View article

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Bournemouth Daily Echo

Bournemouth Daily Echo Hampshire, England

26 Oct 1904

the Mayor when his Worship called on Monday. Since then hardly regained consdousneasi and paased peacefully away 1.30 this morning. Mr. BtOokley has been attended by Dr, and this week Dr. Fred T. Gfaudner called Into consultation. Mrs. Stockley died about

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Hampshire Advertiser

Hampshire Advertiser Hampshire, England

3 Feb 1923

Ist. As means towards the solution of the unemployment problem, Mr. W. L. Hichcns, chairman of Cammcll Laird and Co., Ltd., speaking at Kirklands, the headquarters of the Camroell Laird Sports Club. Rock Ferry, suggested th© country should embark upon

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Bournemouth Guardian

Bournemouth Guardian Hampshire, England

22 Jan 1910

and Mrs. C. Caster. atan J. Elm.. Reale. J.P. twice pram Aldtronan J Webber Mr. W H they litee president). and Mr Reba.' Kennedy ivire•preal .04 Mr. li.onedy. Mr. J. Game aim.. and Mrs. Came, Mr. J••htt . 1 1..ennan ..t the tuanth) and Mrs. Mr. It

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Hampshire Advertiser

Hampshire Advertiser Hampshire, England

27 Dec 1828

situation. To render the ceremony more imposing. His Majesty was surrounded with his Ministers, with the Grand Officers ol his Honsebouid, and with the Princes the blood. The efforts which His Majesty made to please his fair and youthful visiter, were such as

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Christchurch Times

Christchurch Times Hampshire, England

21 Feb 1903

I'm plait. The laird did his wife enough harm in his lifetime, as even Peter ttrecd—indeed, he went so far as to say that in his opinion she would almost have been justified in—in suppressing the deed if— That was very considerate of Mr. Maefie. interrupted

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