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  • County: Kincardineshire, Scotland
  • For Years: 1900 - 1949

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

24 Nov 1904

Street. man put his bead out of one of the windows his house and used bad language. Tie pleaded to Mr Plowden that ‘he was in his own house. Mr Plowden, in filling him, said it would have been different if bis logs had oeen outside and his head inside MAYOR

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

13 Jan 1910

number of ladies and gentlemen. The Chairman introduced Mr Pearson, and said hoped nothing would take place in connection with the election which would in anyway interfere with the good feeling that had always existed in that community. (Applause). MR PEARSON’S

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

14 Jun 1900

note here. His grandfather, Rev. Alexander Carnegie, purchased Redhall in 1825, from Mr George Fullerton Carnegie, of Pitarrow and Charletou. The rev. gentleman was laird of Buldovie, near Montrose, and minister of Inverkeillor, near Arbroath. His father

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

30 Apr 1914

polling took plact Saturday with tilfollowing result: •The Rev A. Tweedic, tho John Ross, Lc'tterbcg *Mr Buchan, Sunuyskle Mr John Wynchs, Camhue Mr A. Couplaud, HeugheaJ Unsuccessful— The Rev. Laing, U.F 57 .. HO Adam, Templeton Members d

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

21 Sep 1905

and Mrs Tony, liailie and Mrs Ogg, Councillor and Mitchell, Councillor McGregor, William Gordon, Art Master; James Gordon, Edinburgh; Mr Murray, buikler, and Miss Murray; and Mrs A. W. Greig; Mr and Mrs Robert Taylor, Inspector Farquiharson, Mr R. Weir

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

1 Dec 1904

observed* by him dur.ng his ..ife, the recital which created' much merriment, and at the close Mr Simpson was, on the call of the chairman accorded a >* *ry hearty vote of thanks. Entemtainment.—Mr Alfred A. Murray Gardnershall, and laird Fideles, near Drumlithie

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

6 Jun 1901

over the chairmanship of the meeting Mr Laird. Mr Martin then read a resolution from the church acknowledging the pleasure the congregation felt at Mr Laird's safe return. Mr Thomson seconded the resolution. Mr Laird feelingly replied, thanking all pdesent

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

9 Dec 1909

solicitor, Aberdeen, who Mr Lamb—Give your solution. , Hah on Friday evening, when Mr R. B. Pear- apjwaretl for the defender, stated that the Mr Pearson—lt is quite impossible to, give addressed the electors and others the defender showed his bank pass book that

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

22 Jul 1909

and sublime Of human life. (Loud applause.) He hoped his little one would render useful service to his country, that he would come back due course to with wife, and that would make a home there, as his grandfather had done before him. (Loud applause*.)

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

23 Sep 1909

and laird Twoedmonth laird President of the Council, but before had been many weeks in the office his health suddenly (-ave way, and suffered severe nervous breakdown, from which never recovered. rims far reference has lieen made mainly to laird Twedniouth’s

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

27 May 1915

joined the Scaforths, (Pioneer Battalion!, receiving his commission January this vear, and has been undergoing training for the most part in the south ol England. will remembered that his vounger brother. Mr Clare Forsyth Grant, was lost in the Arctic regions

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

11 Aug 1904

(drawery there was a large attelAfanee of ladies gentlemen, among others present bring Provost Mowat, Wra. Mowat, Mr Knight, London; Bat Burnesfi, Rev. Wisbart. Mr das. B. Cunningham. soUcitor; .J;y. Miliw; Mr M. A. Hamilton, solicitor; Hunter, Red cloak

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

23 Apr 1908

far the race has been a very interesting one. has surprised even his opponents by his excellent appearance, ami if merit for anything should head the poll. His opponent has not improved his appearance in the Town Hall, when he was adopted the I/beral candidate

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

9 Apr 1914

: —Bullocks made £l9 Gtl Mitchell, jun.; £l9 and £l9 to Mr W. G. Falconer; £l9 17s to Mr J. M. Imlay; £lB 12s to Mesrs W. Webster and Co. Heifers £l9 7s Mr J. Mitchell ; £l7 12s Mr •T. M. 16s Mr W. G. Falconer; Stores £l6. Milch cows £2O. Fat pigs 107

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

14 Aug 1902

proit caily period. xvli -/’ . a!-*. lavo'vrd iu trouble with his i hi- eld- CM. son :oel heir who died witmu f* . lii* curious pJt*ve» the lady was hi the wrong for July 1592 she pledget! comio to the Kirk *

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

11 Jan 1900

manner than the circumstances in which his lordship is placed would permit. They would liave liked to see him amongst them, to liave had the honour of a shake of his hand, and to have pledged his health in his presence. Disappointed in these wishes,

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

6 Dec 1906

Uiie Family, >aid Alexander distinguished host, and when his guests received, their invitations partake his hospitality, they icll h'.ghiy honoured indeed. Sir Alexander had spent large proportion his days visiting loneigu laiKis and securing knowledge the

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

19 Feb 1914

Sheep extra dear trade. his audience. Regarding the Jacobite Best fat bullocks to £24 12s (off songs, said it was largely due to th© lady Mr R. Mutch. Aberdeen; £23 Mr song writers that a sympathetic feeling to: J. G. Barrie; to Mr G. Falconer; wards that

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

31 Aug 1905

out 12 Mr P. A. Eurrard, run out . 17 Mr C. Louw, Ibw. Thomson . . 6 ■Mr Bryde, do. 0 Air C. Marais, Ibw. bW. Fagge 7 C. Murray, hit wkt. bW. Fagge . . 4 R. Henderson, c Stewart b Stewart . 22 R. Meyer, run out 5 Mr D. Hoffman, not out 0 Mr Shepherd

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

29 Nov 1906

Stanley. The story goes that compositor, on a now defunct local paper, threw down his stick” and enlisted ier than wrestle any longer with what looked like Hebrew or Chaldee in Mr s caligraphy. The number of cattle exported during the ten months ended October

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