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Isle of Man Times

Isle of Man Times Isle of Man, Isle of Man

11 May 1878

William Laird, wife of the senior member of the firm of Laird Brothers, who was accompanied by Mrs John Laird (the mayoress), Mrs Henry Laird, Miss Laird and other ladies. At 20 minutes to 12 o'clock the christening took place in the usual way, by Mrs Laird

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Isle of Man Times

Isle of Man Times Isle of Man, Isle of Man

6 Nov 1880

. fun . I .»; Jas .Martin, Is; Mrs M. A. Leaf, .1 ; Mrs Itaincs- thornc, tl ; Mrs das. I'orlett. tl : ?? .Moore, ;,s ; Mrs It ?? 2s Hi ; Misses K. nilisll. _s li 1 ; A. , iond, ?? Ii 1 ; Mit, Kenucen. sol ; anil Mrs \ppleliy, ls. ?? M-uo.iioi.i.riit-uou

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Isle of Man Times

Isle of Man Times Isle of Man, Isle of Man

16 Jul 1895

at 21s 9d. Mr W. Lay .akin? 50, Mr Alexander Sutherland 100, and Mr W. C. Lawson 50. Mr Lawson ?? took 150 at 21s cd. Thirty shares in the Derby Castle Company were disposed of for 12s to Mr Alexander Sutherland, and 50 at the same price to Mr W. C. Lasrson

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Isle of Man Times

Isle of Man Times Isle of Man, Isle of Man

29 Oct 1881

iy Loch, His Worship the High Bailiff, Mrs T. Anderson, Mr Broadbent (Eden Villa), Mr Bawden, Mr Brearley, Mr G W. Dumbell, Mr Dearden, Mr Dobson, Air Hall, Mrs Heron, Mis Hickmott, Mr Lice, Miss Jones, Mr J. Kissack, Mrs

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Isle of Man Times

Isle of Man Times Isle of Man, Isle of Man

25 Dec 1875

we understand, to the respected superintendent of the Company, Mr T. H. Trevi- thick, on his departure for his important appoint- ment at Madras. . Mr B. E. Morrison, house painter, son of Mr John Morrison, Christian-road, in this town, we are glad to observe

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Isle of Man Times

Isle of Man Times Isle of Man, Isle of Man

13 Oct 1877

for the length of his speech and the lowness of his tones, said that though he had, perhaps, trespassed some- what on the patience of his hearers, the sentiments he had expressed were from the bottom of his heart, and concluded his earnest and telling

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Isle of Man Times

Isle of Man Times Isle of Man, Isle of Man

29 Jan 1898

tbe wills proved were those of the late Mr Archibald Clarke, * hose personalty amounted to £7 000 ; the late Mr William Westwell, £8 200 ; tbe late Mr Henry Mew, £1,500; the late Dr. Edward.*, £1,500; and the late Mr Joseph Evarard, £7uo. If estate duty

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Isle of Man Times

Isle of Man Times Isle of Man, Isle of Man

22 Sep 1883

who drops into a seat, and says that, he wants treatment. The doctor puts on his eye- glasses, looks at his tonsfU-*, feels his pulse sounds his chest, and then draws up to hi., full height, and says : Same old story, mv f.i^ad. Men can't live without

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Isle of Man Times

Isle of Man Times Isle of Man, Isle of Man

7 Apr 1883

tnose present were Mrs and Miss Hutchinson f.he b*st man and the bridesmaid--, Mr and Mrs Herbert Campbell, Miss Bennett, Mr j. F. Camp- bell, Mr and Mrs Arthur Hutchinson, the Vicar of Braddan, Dr. and Mrs Wood and Miss Wood. Mrs Hillhouse, Miss King

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Isle of Man Times

Isle of Man Times Isle of Man, Isle of Man

15 Dec 1883

attendance. The trays wers Presided ov.i hy Mrs Clark', Pri noes-s treet; Mrs W. H. Clucas, Peel road ; Mr- W. Gordon. S.riiid-street ; M« J. C. Kiye, Norlh-q.av ; Mrs T. Cai, Duke- street; Mr» Burke, (.hurch street ; Mrs H. Moure, Shawn-Drew ; »lrs J. Q lay

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Isle of Man Times

Isle of Man Times Isle of Man, Isle of Man

29 Jun 1878

lieen built liy Messrs Laird Brothers, Birkenhead, for ourStemii- packet Company, was taken out for a trial trip on the Mersey on Tuesday, having on bourd a number of gentle- men, including the Mayor of Birkenhead (Mr Johu Laird) ; Mr R. it. Bevis, managing

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Isle of Man Times

Isle of Man Times Isle of Man, Isle of Man

27 Jan 1872

back and teU him tolook to his real interests. WhUe the real working man likes to have a good dead of bis own way when his day's work is over, he is not such a fool as to neglect a chance of enjoying himself. But what is his enjoyment ? Ia it going to

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Isle of Man Times

Isle of Man Times Isle of Man, Isle of Man

7 Aug 1875

not come. I then sent fMr Padley. He came in, and after wards 1 >r. Laird was sent for. but before he came life was extinct Deceased d'd not complain of any jiain except across his chert. I was with him at the time of his death. He died alvout half

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Isle of Man Times

Isle of Man Times Isle of Man, Isle of Man

1 Nov 1884

nt of a promised donation of £50, from Mr John Dearden, of the Crescent, Douglas, toward the New Hospital Buildin«* Fund ; and, £10 from Mr W. F. Moore J P° his subscription to the Central Poor Relief Fund' His Excellency the Lieut. -Governor leaves the

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Isle of Man Times

Isle of Man Times Isle of Man, Isle of Man

19 Aug 1893

and Mrs Straton, the Rev D. 8 and Mrs Cowley, Mr A. N. and Mrs Laughton. tho Yen. Archdeacon and Mrs Hughes-Games, Deom- ster and Mrs Gill, Mr Joseph aud Mrs Mylchreest, H.K., Mr T. C. S. Moore. C.P.. Mr A. E. LaMothe, Mr and View article

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Isle of Man Times

Isle of Man Times Isle of Man, Isle of Man

1 Jan 1895

an enjoy- able one to the children of the industrial Home, Stnjthallan Hall, by the timely gifts of Mrs Dalrymple, Mr Wade, Mrs Cannell, Mr Murray, Mrs Witherspoon, Messrs T. C.ubbpn k Sons, and E A magic lantern exhibit in the even- ing (ending with

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Isle of Man Times

Isle of Man Times Isle of Man, Isle of Man

17 Aug 1872

plaintiff. Mr Stewart was for plaintiff, and Mr Mylrea for defendant. — His Worship first read the affidavit of Matthew Sharpe, who deposed that on the evening of Wednesday, the 31st ultimo, passing along Finch-road, he saw Mr Muntz speaking to Mr Corkill

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Isle of Man Times

Isle of Man Times Isle of Man, Isle of Man

1 Sep 1894

along by Mr Noble's property and I found her and a gentle- man together.— His Worship : Oh : that's enough.— Defendant was fined 6s and fees, or six days' imprisonment Marriage of Mr Walber, Brigham, and Mis. Rhoda Corrin, of Douglas. — Mr W. A. Walber

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Isle of Man Times

Isle of Man Times Isle of Man, Isle of Man

28 Aug 1897

troupe. Bones: Mr Charles Dare, Mr Billy Harman and Mr Sam Rudd. Tambos : M r Bert Kemble and Mr Paddy Hart. Balladists : Mr Harry Hamil ton and Mr Arthur Cecil. Instrumentalists : Mr Tom Clarke and Mr Teddy Collins. Inter locuter, Mr J. B. Housten

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Isle of Man Times

Isle of Man Times Isle of Man, Isle of Man

19 Jun 1886

found the defendants. Mr Davy was drunk and was cursing and making a great disturbance, and Mrs Davy was making use of objectionable language. He would not say that Mrs Davy was drunk, but she struck him twice on the face.- Mrs Davy : You hit my husband

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