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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

21 Mar 1861

George Aitken, carter to his brother, farmer and gardener, Preston, near Edinburgh, fell off his cai*t on Saturday, and broke his neck. The schoolmaster of Petty having refused to pay his police assessment on the ground that his dwelling houses were the

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

26 Jun 1873

the districtsat down. Mr Aiken, Kirkhtll, was Chairman, and was supported on his right Lord Clinton, Rev. Mr Anderson, Rev. Mr Belcher, and Mr Whyte, Coldstream ; on the left Mr Durie, Dalladies, Dr Fettes, Laurencekirk, and Mr Brown, Pitnamoon. Messrs

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

15 Apr 1880

derided* bat sometimes they are only too faithful. Such was the bond that united the Lady Isabel Macdonald to Mrs. Forbes, the wife of the young Laird of Achinroch. Lady Isabel was an earl's only child and heiress, though her father's title would pass to

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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

2 May 1895

proposed Mr James Pyper, responded to by Mr C. G. Smith ; Town and Trade of Stonehaven, Mr P. Smith, responded to by Mr W. The Clergy, by Mr A. Hutton, responded to tbe Rev. James Kobertson ; The Ladies,” Dr Anderson; “Mr Dickson, of Barnhill,” Mr Simpson

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

10 Sep 1868

always pays for his paper in advance. He has never had sick day in his life, never had any toothache, his potatoes never rot, the weevil never eats his wheat, the frost never kills his com or beans, his babes never cry in the night and his wife never scolds

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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

27 Aug 1885

friend Mr David Porteous, who is with us to-day. (Applause.) Mr Porteons has had an excellent training, both in the county and ont of the county, and his interests are identified with our good fortunes. He is not one who bus come down with his cat - pet

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

16 Aug 1888

Liudsitis ; Mrs Ugilvy, Clova: . Miss Ogilvy, Balduvau; Mrs Ralston, Glamis; Mrs Rait, Anniston ; Mrs Robertson, Burnside; Mrs Weddei’born, Pearsie ; Mrs Ynnug, Asoreavie ; Mrs Stanafield, Duuninald ; Mrs Smyth, Dnnuiuald; Mrs Millar, Rnsaie Castle, Mrs Erskiue

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

8 Nov 1860

its inhabitants. He referred to Mr Duff, or, in homely terms, the laird of Fetteresso. (Loud and prolonged cheering.) Captain Duff, in the absence of his father-in| law, returned thanks in a neat and feeling manner. Mr Crookatt, in an able speech, which

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

16 Nov 1871

hoi this nrorning Mr Largie.’’ Saunders afterwards built ft dyke to bis garden on his own|grouiid exclusively, not only so but left six inches on the side next Mr Largie'a garden to allow as he said the drop to fall off his dyke his own ground, but really

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

7 Sep 1893

the pretty little daughter of Mr John Rust Nether Balfour. The bouquet consisted of beautiful thornless roses, with corn, oats, forget-me-nots, and white heather. Three ringing cheers were then given for the laird and his lady. The horses were then unyoked

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

12 Mar 1863

was cutting off his wool. shoemaker must be hard-np for air when he has to breathe his last, and die to boot. Some women paint their faces, and then weep because it doesn’t make them beautiful. They raise a hoe—and cry. The young lady was perfectly t

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

5 Jul 1888

present drank from it to the health of the young laird. Mr Howie, the gardnerat the Castle, proposed the health of Mr and Mrs Gamuiell, an.l Mr Wobeter, the coachman, that Miss Gammeil and her sister. Miss Alice. Mr Riddell, the head gamekeeper, proponed the

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

16 Jan 1890

called to the chair. Referring to Mr Sinclair’s attack upon the lairds, he said he was not to defend the conduct of every one of them, but, as most of them knew, the greater part of his time had been spent us tenant, and his sympathies were with the latter

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

3 Oct 1861

exercise the various lady travellers, who are requested to cheer the dreary sohtu some performance. New way of Making Penny.—One of our lairds,who shall te nameless, had!occasion lately, in the course of business, to put into the hands of his law agent here

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

5 Nov 1868

several rooms in which the company assembled were decorated hr the occauon by Mr Moir, gardener, and his assistant, and the company spent a very happy night, the laird and his lady, with their visitors, mu.gliug in the most homely manner amongst their for

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

9 Nov 1871

Innergellw was perhaps the most close-fisted Fife laird of Sis day—bis favourite maxim, and the one he SSlym.de the rule of his life, bring Takcareolhe Bence and the pounds will tak care o themselves, lowing hi. customer, and wishing to lns peculariUea. honest

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