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Kinross-shire Advertiser.

Kinross-shire Advertiser Kinross-shire, Scotland

4 Sep 1915

sister. Mrs Keith. published a coliume of poems which haul been in preparation, with Lady Nairne's concur, entitled Lays front Strathearn. by Caroline, Baroness Saone.' win divulged the secret so long hidden from a curious Road. • Lady Nairnes Laird u' Coelpeu

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Kinross-shire Advertiser.

Kinross-shire Advertiser Kinross-shire, Scotland

29 Dec 1906

LADY KILLED BY A MOTOR 'BM A distressing accident occurred on Saturday afternoon, whereby an elderly lady, named Miss Annie Hogg, dressmaker, residing at 8 Montague Street, Edinburgh, lost her life. She had just alighted from a car when she was knocked

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Kinross-shire Advertiser.

Kinross-shire Advertiser Kinross-shire, Scotland

20 Sep 1879

said, his sympathies are with us, but —. But what I Mr So-and-So, a wealthy member of his church, would withdraw but subscription', and the minister considered it inure important th it the gospel should be preached than that he sboald give his countenance

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Kinross-shire Advertiser.

Kinross-shire Advertiser Kinross-shire, Scotland

11 Aug 1917

Cumberland, 14, 12 Oa; Mr Ramsay, and Mr Kitnnont, Edinburgh, 15, 15 Li; Major Fityllty. 22, 2L It, 8 oza; Mr Arehiliald. 11hicoultry, 21, 17 lbs; Mr Partmintcr, 13, 13 Li.: another angler had 18, 16 Ib; Sir ‘Vright, Dunfermline, 7, 5 11); Mr Randall, 140111f01)

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Kinross-shire Advertiser.

Kinross-shire Advertiser Kinross-shire, Scotland

18 Jan 1913

appreciated. (Prolonged applause). LONG LIFE AND PROSPERITY TO SIR BASIL AND LADY MONTGOMERY. Mr J. M. Rom, in proposing Long Life and Prosperity to Sir Basil and Lady Montgomery, said the duty which hail been laid upon him by the Committee fur that

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Kinross-shire Advertiser.

Kinross-shire Advertiser Kinross-shire, Scotland

12 Jan 1901

leadership of Mr T. Adamson. The other items were ably sustained by the following ladies and gentlemen, vie. :—Solos —Miss :Whiny, Miss Dunmire, Miss M. Smith, Miss Porteous, Mr Laurence, Mr Wright, and Mr It. Shortboleti ; readings—Mrs W. Dow, Mr James Luke

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Kinross-shire Advertiser.

Kinross-shire Advertiser Kinross-shire, Scotland

24 Oct 1903

Joe■ Nephew of Mr H.OO Kowa.: GEORGE HAMM. Lesvos : JOHN HADDON a 00. SUMMARY OF OONTEMIN. ,l.uu. L History aod Topography et —Roma lavaduoo—bawa of Uhriotamaty—la hoofs lloaadaory—lui heroic amaiathaffia—Po historic °rums is Clear. U. lady History of the

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Kinross-shire Advertiser.

Kinross-shire Advertiser Kinross-shire, Scotland

9 Jul 1910

(Ere Philp)—Ur, Mrs, and Mier Younger, Edinburgh. CROOK OF DKVOI Craighead—Mr and Mrs Cannier and family, Glasgow. The Manse—Mr and Mrs Young and family, Glasgow. Fossoway Lodge—Mr and Mrs Forrest and family, Glasgow. West Fossoway —Mr and Miss Glasgow

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Kinross-shire Advertiser.

Kinross-shire Advertiser Kinross-shire, Scotland

31 Jul 1852

td. lie would give his support to MI good tiome ore, by whoommeter bromeht forwurd, mud eppiee every bad 1111 e. lle nut fwoollyeol Wart a tlitiougli'y independent part, heli • thin thereby lie would besot melee the interest+ ol his unspoilt neut., uml

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Kinross-shire Advertiser.

Kinross-shire Advertiser Kinross-shire, Scotland

28 May 1910

HE LATE MR ALEXANDER WEIR, KILBAGIE. Ry the sudden death of Mr James Ale:- ender Weir, Kilbagio, Clackmannanehire, there has been removed a well known figure from commercial circles. Originally intending to enter the legal profession, Mr Weir woe for

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Kinross-shire Advertiser.

Kinross-shire Advertiser Kinross-shire, Scotland

26 Apr 1902

defeated by Squire Lindsey of Dowhill- —Queen's r=tltrough Hinross—Surrender of Castle d—Darnley at Burleigh Castle—His letter to the Laird of Loahlevyn. Cail. MIN MAW'S IMPZISONNULKT. Midnight ride from Holy - rood—Warrant for her Incarceration—LordsLiny

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Kinross-shire Advertiser.

Kinross-shire Advertiser Kinross-shire, Scotland

19 Jul 1902

Getle—Oae the lIL Cesar et hi. Q.—wetted Ikea the by by sd the &OA —Prima el IL, Wolf fid Arabia*, mod Esti of Nertheresbertead. cW. UL Qvw =lel imam wet. :1. °AWL& lint visit immediate' ar her retain from fresco—Castle lady Douglas' charge —Her sa

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Kinross-shire Advertiser.

Kinross-shire Advertiser Kinross-shire, Scotland

11 Jul 1903

between Mawr George Deegine—Geerge impelksd—His known interview tileteen—Altervatie• beam est Willies to aorta to toooo is wasn't—Watts ezpollml —The szoorsioso Um Lolut—hitisso ea Losolo—tatto mare woe his Nos plan *I swap, iflel of mood tower -Aboadoett

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Kinross-shire Advertiser.

Kinross-shire Advertiser Kinross-shire, Scotland

3 Jan 1903

ri*ISTnRY OF LOCHLEVIN L 11,'' by the late Mr Resist T.S.A. Soot, having bus eat of pent hr nee years, the Fobbing bag le that • Irsw AND REVISED =MON, with the Author's sorrections sad additions sun. pined shortly before his death, la sow published as 'stint'

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Kinross-shire Advertiser.

Kinross-shire Advertiser Kinross-shire, Scotland

9 Aug 1879

Haig and his family, were thoroughly enjoyable throughout. Among those present in addition to Mr Haig and his family we observed Miss Christian, Blairhill ; Mr Millar, Miss Millar, and Mrs Hogg, Ballihesk% Mr, Mrs and the Misses Maitland, Alloy ; the Rev

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Kinross-shire Advertiser.

Kinross-shire Advertiser Kinross-shire, Scotland

9 Oct 1909

accompanied his father and shared his hardships, still remain P As an aide-de-camp to Prince Charles the young laird was present at Prestonpans and Culloden. The story of his encounter with the dragoons of the High Streegof Edinburgh, of his atteekteg them

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Kinross-shire Advertiser.

Kinross-shire Advertiser Kinross-shire, Scotland

21 Sep 1907

2, Laird, Caskieberran, with a bons, alio +told to Cairns, Combo, at al 101; oath, MarAkinald, Dalqueich, horse, sold to Barr; Largo, at 44010 x. The judges were :—Mr Bruce, Jordanstath; Mr Bcrimasour, Balbooghty ; Mr Auchterkstie, Lecher- Mon ;Mr Bidey

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Kinross-shire Advertiser.

Kinross-shire Advertiser Kinross-shire, Scotland

12 Jul 1879

reports from the boats engaged. Mr Currie and Mr Hall from Edinburgh clime in a ith 19 trout., weighing 13 lb. ; Mr Paterson, Edinburgh, had 16 trout, 12 lb. 8 oz. ; Mr Young, Glasgow, came in with 10 trout, 6 lb. ; Mr Cowan, Dundee, had 8 trout, but

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Kinross-shire Advertiser.

Kinross-shire Advertiser Kinross-shire, Scotland

19 Feb 1881

deep interest in all educational metiers. Mr 11 utchismi was boot in Mugselborgh, but received his early training from, and serval an apprenticeship as pupil teacher under, Mr Jamie, Hogg, Mr Williun Turner, and Mr John Primilfot, Free Church School, Kinross

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Kinross-shire Advertiser.

Kinross-shire Advertiser Kinross-shire, Scotland

1 Dec 1888

never speared his advice. 0 Again she urged her request that he ; would give her busbind his native air. “Give him his native air I replied the King; “give him the devil ! Give that to vour hungry courtiers,” said Mrs Welsh, oti’euded at his pro- faneness

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