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  • County: Lanarkshire, Scotland
  • For Years: 1890 - 1899
  • Type: Illustrated

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Hamilton Advertiser

Hamilton Advertiser Lanarkshire, Scotland

31 Aug 1895

hair from his brow sill her fiagers, as rented it with to. soft lips. No use, inlet, en in,: he replied. r nested herr!. his knee, and laid her bar ea hi. Jerre • Laudentele's darer 1.. ; hie r the fine be was la dare year. Loren spelled Mr B.'. hard

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North British Daily Mail

North British Daily Mail Lanarkshire, Scotland

9 Nov 1896

remed. Mr D. B. Memo Blackwood & Gordon) pmedelekand Mar remelt rice . ret 41r . MO:ft Laird Vest Mn Lewis Mestellen, eon.; Mr F. P. Penis Me. Pare. Moe March. Mr O. Tumble sod Miss Tweralt Mr Lewis and Mn Maclellan. Mr Grattan 11. Britian. Mr William

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Hamilton Herald and Lanarkshire Weekly News

Hamilton Herald and Lanarkshire Weekly News Lanarkshire, Scotland

28 Jul 1893

sh atelly mp arl The oneied lady repl, Ironed abs dad r sad tee indiums saw the joke. A Peterhead Ito. Kirk Meister referred hi Ms scram to • best oarpoter's sing as a ites of dreakmis. sad the carpel**, wow weals MOD tram his The Tens we bens Mood for

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

3 Mar 1893

and musician. He was trained under such tutors as Mr Lake, London, Mr Heap, Pollokshields, and others ; he has a good command of several instruments, is organist of the Wemyss Bay U.P. Church, and has now been received with much acceptance as a libretitst

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Hamilton Herald and Lanarkshire Weekly News

Hamilton Herald and Lanarkshire Weekly News Lanarkshire, Scotland

24 Nov 1893

reties we awl M. cam lir Wm his 17 Is him ass de deed al tewtat.si.errdasDribDkwaM eery de ism be was lib el ad lii add to Mama oda= id the pert bs that willoit • dead idols. =I. As as re Wet wadi d his ad dil ears lei his Maids lodised Imam IBMS orb

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Bellshill Speaker

Bellshill Speaker Lanarkshire, Scotland

18 Nov 1899

wi'l marriage soon.” While his sul>orhis affaire and his future, Alan was preparmg for his visit to Friar's Bank, which he somehow felt would be momentous in its issues. was dressed, and held in his hand the small rosewood casket

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Bellshill Speaker

Bellshill Speaker Lanarkshire, Scotland

11 Feb 1899

Cairo. He lay resting 'tpon his elbow, one hand supporting hia head, . i.d his helmet was tilted forward so as almost completely to hide his face; but that he was not asleep was evidenced by an occasional clenching of his disengaged hand, us well the

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Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner

Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner Lanarkshire, Scotland

14 Feb 1891

condition ; but while he comforted her in his own way as best ha could, could ill c bia auger his laird’s eldest son. Ne’er heed him, my lassie,” he said, pressing her tearful face on his bosom ; a lad lutt that isna worthy tear o' thine. Tak’ tent tae.

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

11 Dec 1891

connection with swimming was Mr James Laird, and now he was the official handicapper, whom everybody knew and respected. In Mr Laird they bad practical swimmer, and one who knew every branch of the art thoroughly. Se well in his wort is he that it is only

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Wishaw Press

Wishaw Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

6 May 1893

ooncern took place to D o uglas on Saturday, when about ladies and gentlemen drove there and in brakes supplied by Mr Gentleman, Wishaw. The Tympany, which included Mr and Mrs W. Paton and party, dined in Mrs Brown's Temper' ante Hotel, Lanark, and thereafter

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Scottish Referee

Scottish Referee Lanarkshire, Scotland

1 Jul 1898

three miles handicaps. Mr James , Rodger, hon. secretary, is energetically working up the meeting, a fact that goes far to aid in its success. His address is 14 Abbot Street, Maybole, and from him, Mr H. M`Quiston, Ayr, and Mr F. A. Lumley, Sauchiehall

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Hamilton Herald and Lanarkshire Weekly News

Hamilton Herald and Lanarkshire Weekly News Lanarkshire, Scotland

12 Oct 1894

about his father • anifitther. You are • foolish tittle Radical,' said Mrs Thariow. I 'sprat you have learned those maim from Bryan. They are merysim, rin sure, bat it would hardly do for a lady to he friendly with everynto the met become la Mr eyes

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Hamilton Herald and Lanarkshire Weekly News

Hamilton Herald and Lanarkshire Weekly News Lanarkshire, Scotland

29 Apr 1898

comprised se. brims by Mr Buchanan and party, none, by Mimeo Smith and Gourley, and .1. K. Park. Dick, and Rennie, readings by Mr Stewart Scott, comet polo by Mr Wilson, and Indian Club performance by Mr Dick. Mrs Buchanan and Mrs Sneddon rendered the

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

16 Aug 1895

Edward, Laird of EUieslaw, the far-renowned “Black Dwarf;” , . Upon his left, in bonnet bine, and white locks flowing free, pious sculptor of the grave, stood ** Old Mortality.” “Balfour of Bnrley,” Clavetbouss,” the Lord of And stately “ Lady Margaret

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

31 Aug 1895

exciting interest, made his pub'ic debut an Arjnrllshire laird at church bazaar in Oban the other day, and marked with subscription round bir Donald has an aged appearance, actuated by a wealth of white hair and a slight stoop, and his style of speech colloquial

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

20 Jul 1891

played by May Hannan, clever little lady, whose acting is one of the features of the piece. The other members the company are Mr W. F. Leonard, Mr E. W. Thomas, Mr Vernon Watson, and Mr Charles Trigay. Next week—Mr Edward Terry and company. * There is

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Scottish Referee

Scottish Referee Lanarkshire, Scotland

1 Jun 1891

Forrest Niren, unattached, '’Ally Sloper goinc to the war; Win. Laird, W.C.C.. dressed as a lei Lifeguardeman; and High T. Watt, Cathkin C.C,, as Ceylon tea planter. 1. Watt: 2. Mhr«n; Laird. - Tea-mUes cycle championship of the West ef Scotland.— There

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Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner

Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner Lanarkshire, Scotland

17 Jan 1891

that their recovery is doubt- has written to Mr Furness, the Liberal candidate foe Hartlepool, expressing cord ial hope lor his return. He points out that the Irish natron has vindicated itself the overthrew Mr Parnell, and that Liberals have still before

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

24 Jun 1895

brfonaoua on Saturday. Mr Mown; son I William Moore, portrait and scape painter, . vm **lder brother of Mr Albert Moore. He wxty-four . . yean of age at tha time of his death, having born in York 1831. wan educated his native citv, and, lib* his four artist brothers

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

9 Jun 1890

will brine for Sale ueer ONE HUNDEED HI(iH-CLABS HORSES, COBS, AND I*ONIES, Towel her with Kxiwelra Aenortment of CARRIAGES, lIARSKSS, Ac., cummencinx 11 a.a. with the HaraaM anil Carriaßae. Horem 12. The Property of Mr. BROWN MARK. abaotUl bands bifb. y»»r*

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