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  • County: Kincardineshire, Scotland
  • Type: Illustrated

Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

8 Jul 1897

Thomas and Lady Burnett -antique silver gilt spoons; Mr John E. Gordon, M-P. ,and Mrs Gordon —claret jug; Mr and Mrs John W byte Dalhebity, Aberdeen—pair Dresden china candlebia: Mr and Mrs Milligan, Aberdeen—large silver bowl; Lord Adam and Mrs Adam-cut

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

6 Jan 1887

unpleasing to Mr. Chamberlain, who, though be has lost his mainstay, Lord Randolph, by means despairs of keeping whip-hand over the Cabinet. Mr. Smith, therefore, comes steadily forward the most likely successor of laird Randolph in one, least, of his capacities

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

12 Mar 1868

the and others. Mr Gordon and Taylor took active part in the examination of the scholars, and at the close Mr Silver distributed the prises. Mr Gordon, in the name of the Presbytery, paid very high compliment Mr Bain, and Mr Jeffray, his assistant, as well

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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

5 Jul 1888

Howfurd; Mr James Donbas, Coortbilli Mr Hugh Milne, Broomfield; Mr Milohell Shand, Brntherfield; Mr James Edward; Mr George Mackey, Rotten; Hr Alexander Murray, Bhmktap; Mr James, Foggie too; Hr David Walker, Mains of ConntessweHs: Hr Yonng, Newton; Mr Alexander

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

6 Nov 1884

£0 ; Mr Doff of Fettareaao, M.P., £6; Mr Farquhar Hallgteen, £5 : Mr Seott, Brothertoo, £5; Captain Innea of Cowie, £4 4s; Inneo Trustees, Dannottar. £3 3s ; Mr Bitchie, Uunnottar House, 3a; Mr Williamson, Keith Lodge, £3 Walker; Portletben, £6 ;Mr Forbes

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

25 Dec 1902

President , and Mrs Torry ; Chaplain Rev. D. G. Barron- Surgeon-Captain Macnaughton, Lieutenant and Mrs Cunningham, Rev. Jas. Robertson and Mrs Robertson; Lieut. L. Wood and Mrs Wood, Lieutenant- Booth, Surgeon-Lieutenant Crnickshank and Mrs Sergeant - Major

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

29 Nov 1851

obdurate Mr Soltau, or trusting that the acute condition of the tympanum of his ear might have yielded to the absence of the cause of irritation, the offending bells broke out on Sunday week as if a sudden frenzy had seized them. Of course poor Mr Soltau

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

19 Dec 1901

of money which he left without «nv discoverable indication his wishes as to how was to be divided. Mr Johnston was believed t.. have died intestate, will was found at the time of his decease. His entailed estates went the nearest heir, lieutenant Crichton

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

23 Oct 1913

Laurencekirk; Mr R. S. M. Gilmonr, Laurencekirk; Mrs Grassie, Bent; Mr T. and Miss M. Garvie. West Mr J. B. Greig, Laurencekirk; Mr T. M‘Gregor, Scot son; Mr Grant, Mr and Mrs Hnnton, Tho Retreat; Mr A. Hendry, Cushnic; Mr Hutcheson, Newtylc Mr Henderson

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

6 Dec 1906

little of (Mr Baird at Urie, but they were always glad to hear of his promotion and wished him God speed wherever he went. (Applause.) Mr Milne again thanked the company for drinking to the toast his health in such an enthusiastic manner. Mr Hart, factor

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

24 Jun 1915

Cyrus, eo. lected—Lady Frances Cec*il, Air and Ai»*s Thomson, £1; Mr ami Mrs Harvey Ws: «• B. Scott, Lanroncekirk, collected Miss Bcott, 7s R. Falconer, Mrs Adam, (weekly) Is; Miss Gordon, Craig Tornlnns District, £2 11s ; Mrs . ; Mrs (JUI. £2; Airs Wivubcrloy

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

23 Jul 1914

iam jp.iiry, Hatton; 2 David A. to Mr Anderson, who also shoved the best ft- ft Hit 4 William male of any ago jKj Me'via! BridgoniiP. Best gelding, foaled af- Lady. Bred by Mr William Duthie, Colly.in . , 1912 _i Mrs Beattie, Ohthno; she was one of the

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

6 May 1869

could. I motives for his ihsappearance, and known ) ■ Hq believed that England woulld lie able ; whether he dyad alive. The expect n.t liride t-nwh. th. ten times over. cries of . his loss deeply, atid began rapidly iiya|in * V his idea ; but still Mieved

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

22 Dec 1887

new reckoning, of 28 points. Sir Thomas, in behalf lady Gladstone, presented the prise. Mr Hogg acknowledged, and the Hon. Mr Trefnaia, neat speech, proposed the thanks the club to Sir Thomas and Lady Gladstone, joint patron and patroness, for their kind

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

4 Jan 1912

Barras from'£22 to £22 7s fid to Mr John Mitchell, and Mr P. B. WynesS, Aberdejfci: do. off Druidsdale £2l to Mr John jun., Stonehaven; do., off Westtoun M Barras from £l9 5s to £2O to Mr P. B. pynees, Aberdeen, and Mr James O. Barrie. Stonehaven; do.

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