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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

22 Feb 1872

programme which laird Mayo had drawn out before what proved to his dual departure fiotu that city to visit Burraah and which cannot fail to have melancholy interest now -—Lord and Lady Mayo, accompanied Lord ami Lady Drogheda, Major and the Hon, Mrs Buriic, Miss

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

25 Jun 1885

yes,” replied the lady, admiring 'ostrich tip; Mrs. Fuasanfeather and J are both out. don't speak, you know.” Woman’s Wrens*. —“My dear,” be remarked to his wife, “our dub is soing to hays all the home comforts.” “Indeed,” sneered his wife; “and when is

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

24 Jan 1861

too, sir.’ Mr Aytonn, the laird of Rinaldi®, was particularly indifferent respecting his attire, but was noted for his powers both of compliment and banter. Walking on« fine summer morning on the Scores promenade at St Andrews, be met lady acquaintance

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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

3 Oct 1867

for Mr and Mrs Baud, which were enthusiastically given. Mr Campbell next proposed three cheers for the Young LairdMr Alex. Baird—which were given with equal satisfaction. Mr W. N. Fraser proposed three cheers for one absent, though not forgot, Mr John

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

29 Jul 1897

were Mr A. . Nicolson and Mr Geo. Namer, C.E., Edinburgh, brother Mrs A. B. Nicolson. The others present were—Mr Stuart of Laithers and Inchhreck, Mr It. W. Duff of Fetteresso, Rev. Disney Innee of Cowie, Mr S. J. Gammell. yr. of Drnmioclily; Mr J.S.

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

20 Nov 1884

“Thathorrid Mrs. Sawyert-* said Mrs. Jones, th« other day. “I wish she would-move out of the neighbourhood.” Wei), what you run there all the time for? I told you how it would be! retorted Mr. Jones. This was not the kind of sympathy Mr*. Jones expected

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

16 Apr 1868

Mason work, Messrs Durness & Murray Stonehaven ; carpenter.' Mr Clark, Aberdeen ; sla»er, Mr George Valentine, Stonehaven ; plasterer, Mr Alex. Stephen, do.; painter and glazier, Mr M‘Keuzie, do. Mr. ROBERT DUTHIE. Estate of Having thus noticed the principal

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

5 Nov 1868

won, for his services to his country. Dunnottar was frequently the temporary abode of the late Kings and Queens of Scotland, among whom were —James 11., in 1448 and 1455 ; James IV., 1504, and his Queen, Margaret, in 1518 ; James V., 1509, and his Queen

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

7 Jul 1892

MR STEPHEN AT GLKNBEUVIE. In pursuance of hie candid.ttare, Mr J. Stephen a meeting in the Schotf), Glenliervie, Wedueswl iy evening. There was an attendance about Mr A. Wilson, teacher, occupie I the chair. Mr Stephen, who received a patient hearing

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

11 Mar 1869

Bill. Mr J. D. Nicol, M.P., Mrs aud Mias Nicol, were present at entertainment given Mr and Mrs Gladstone on Wednesday. The Treasurer of the Soup Kitchen begs to acknowledge the following donations to that Institution : Two barrels coals from Mr J. Ogg

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

28 Sep 1899

Glenbervie; Mr R. L Crabb. Auchinblae; Mr Michie, Gowans; Mr Allan, Th' Mr A. Caldcr, Midtown of Barras; Mi .J. Lyell, Dmmlithie; Mr Duthie, Barms School; Rev. Mr Ritchie, Methlick; Mr Gladstone Falconer. Quraton, representing his father; Mr .-'dam Low

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

29 Aug 1895

were issued : Mr and Mrs Allan. Stonehaven; Dr and Mrs Anderson, Stonehaven Mr and Mrs Annandale, Stonehaven ; Mr and Mrs Anderson, Stonehaven ; Mr Mrs Barrie, Sionehiven ; Rev. D. Billion ; Dunnottar ; Mr D. C. Booth, Stonehaven ; Mr (100 -'i'S. I’aiid

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

29 May 1884

were : —Mr Baird ; his sons (Mr J. L. Baird and Mr A. W. Baird), and his daughters (Miss Evelyn Baird and Miss Nora Baird); the Dowager Lady Bfaldon, Lord Haldon, the Hon. Edward Palk ; Mr John Baird and Mrs Baird of Knoydart; Colonel Chalmer and Mrs Chalmer

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

3 Jun 1897

STONEHAVEN JOURNAL, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1897. DEATH OP MR HERCULES SCOTT OF BROTHERTON. On Monday afternoon Mr Hercules Scott died at hi* tine mansion, Brotherton Castle, at three o'clock. For considerable time past Mr Scott had been in a rather precarions state

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

11 Apr 1861

Dang r Preparations are at present being made for taking proceedings in the second stage of Mrs Ryvcs’s case. Mrs Kyves claims, as the legitimate daughter of Mrs Olive Serres, to be Princess of Cumberland and Duchess of Lancaster. Having proved her own

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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

1 Jun 1871

, sold 4 stots to Mr Donaldson, Montrose, at .£9O- Mr Largie, Mains of HanlkertoU, bought I slot from Mr Ritchie, BotrowmuitbilL at£2l; and lot 14 stots from Mr Smith, Marchborn, at j£Bo Mr Browii, PSto»moon, mild 8 stots £22 to Mr Niooll, Forfar. Alekauder

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

8 Sep 1864

M P., and his Parrot —At Coventry, on Wednesday night, Mr Treherne addressed his constituents from the balcony of the King’s Head Hotel. There was a very limited audience. The principal burden of his speech was the accomplishments of his parrot. said

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

5 May 1864

intment Offjctal-.—Sir J. s Ei - I then unanimously -appni.te.. Convener the County. Mr James Tiodnl, Cle.k of Supply . Mr M..nro, 1- 1,. , r f County Rsttcs and Mr A. B.aud, Abeidcen, gelf-Contained House to Let. T FT with entry 26th curt., that ComSouT

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