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  • County: Lanarkshire, Scotland
  • For Years: 1900 - 1949
  • Type: Illustrated

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Hamilton Herald and Lanarkshire Weekly News

Hamilton Herald and Lanarkshire Weekly News Lanarkshire, Scotland

9 Dec 1904

~~~ and yet Mr Dunlop crime here blowing with all him might his paper trumpet about friend Mr Thomson and John Watson Limited. Mr Dunlop—Mr Dyer knows nothing about it. He would be better to hold his tongue. NOTICF.S. OF MOTION. By Mr Nl'Leea—That burgh

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Sunday Post

Sunday Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

11 Dec 1927

heaps around him. Gone was his glad exultation. Gone, too ; were his hopes of a triumph which should win Phyllis for him. His chance was lost, the chance on which he had * staked his life's golden future. Doubtless, too, his job was forfeit. But all this

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Hamilton Herald and Lanarkshire Weekly News

Hamilton Herald and Lanarkshire Weekly News Lanarkshire, Scotland

23 Sep 1908

of the principal speakers, in the absence of Mr Cameron Corbett. wee Mr Alex. Findlay, ALP. Mr Findlay, who had a hearty reception, said, in the course of his address, that he crime as a poor substitute for Mr Camaro° Corbett, but be came to show the side

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Sunday Post

Sunday Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

1 Jan 1922

any money in his pocket he makes it So. His actions certainly do give one the idea that he is very open-handed, and no one has ever hinted that he meant to make money out of any alleged fraud. Most people hereabout are inclined to favour his wife's opinion

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Sunday Post

Sunday Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

22 Jul 1928

went to join his master and two grooms had to drag the infuriated but loyal brute away. Our country families of the old type have still red blood which runs fast! I SCOTUND’S HANDSOME WOMEN. MISS GELDA MACGREGOR, only daughter Mr and Mrs Alasdair MacGregor

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Coatbridge Express

Coatbridge Express Lanarkshire, Scotland

21 Jun 1939

Ted' we ING _ COHEN ,. Ma mil Al &Mr GS CABO= for QUALITY ' .E PRESS LTD. Pima hied= . , rim MI-1M No. MB. WEDNE*DAY, JUNE as, 193 g. Price SCALE CHARGES N ew d e li very a • .. I•I • I • •1.1 • • S.M.T. COY., LTD. MEM Martin-White Telescopic Lastex

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Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser

Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser Lanarkshire, Scotland

13 Apr 1929

will soon know rams, free limn the influence of flatterer. and bow his competitive form coo 1. wan that Court parasites. On his ..tval there his wan heat year. mortified to find that al: his efforts ,ere tunic: It istuay enough to show [nuked improveand the

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Sunday Post

Sunday Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

23 Jul 1916

SMART RESCUE. MINISTER’S ROMANCE. TO MARRY HIS RESCUER. KEEPS BOY AFLOAT TILL HELP ARRIVES. FARMER WHO PREFERRED TO REMAIN A BACHELOR. Ui>tJiOAuy, Saturday THOUGHT HIS YOUNG LADY WANTED TO BE “THE BOSS.” Saturday. Hi* brother sharing the There were many a

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Coatbridge Express

Coatbridge Express Lanarkshire, Scotland

30 May 1923

Neely foetal at house. autn • with slight roll, who apursed niAtours his wife's isigostion that he name it and to the club or a t like a lamb If his Mile • in regard to church Heathy . ' his view there wan getting over the bin that public woothip wee not

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Carluke and Lanark Gazette

Carluke and Lanark Gazette Lanarkshire, Scotland

3 Mar 1944

in Ladies-1, Mrs John F orres t ; 2; Mrs T ow by Mr A. Watson,w secretary, Carluks JIM- Admission by Ticket. Kirkstyle Ave., Victoria Ave.. West Ave., WANTED in Carluke di s t r i ct a n d co-ordinating labour conditions through- Gilchrist; 3, Mrs Alex

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Motherwell Times

Motherwell Times Lanarkshire, Scotland

19 Jul 1901

to madness. For time, however, opportunity offered causing his resentment to felt, for was as much admired for the discretion and justice of his Government us for the beauty of his person. To his care the Regent had committed young Cockburn, the heir of

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Motherwell Times

Motherwell Times Lanarkshire, Scotland

26 Mar 1909

was ever ready to bring his thoughts and tastes abreast of the new. They would never look upon his identical like again. Mr Whamctid belonged to an earlier age than this, and he served well his generation. They would ever hold his memory reverent respect

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Forward (Glasgow)

Forward (Glasgow) Lanarkshire, Scotland

15 Sep 1917

millionaire you will pay £300,000. The collection would he on t' in his own person and not, on _ institution from which he derived He would pay it in what form lent, in his stocks or shares, his fields, in personalty or realty. ' no diminution of capital owing

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Sunday Post

Sunday Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

4 Jun 1939

month. Mr John Griffin, M.A., assistant English teacher at Our Ladies’ High School, Motherwell, who has been appointed English teacher in St Modans Secondary School, Stirling, is native of Glasgow. George and Alastair Grant. 27-year-old sons of Mr John

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Bellshill Speaker

Bellshill Speaker Lanarkshire, Scotland

27 Jun 1913

foresaw that, by his ingenious plot, which lie carried out single-handed, could have his revenge upon the young Count for his luck in thrashing him. and the ti*e throw the nuilt (laughin: i- a manner that nut prove aiibi ’■ Hut. his.” cried. why were

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Coatbridge Express

Coatbridge Express Lanarkshire, Scotland

17 Oct 1917

break the evil spell lie wee No speed or iuipulse marked his ninvenient3.l charge closely. Alicia ripped her tea list. under. His wife died in ten years, and the He consulted his taxi, and continued his ',say, as if alone. Then all at tepee she man was left

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Carluke and Lanark Gazette

Carluke and Lanark Gazette Lanarkshire, Scotland

24 Jan 1930

whea his father had taken him to Braideood School, where he was met by Mrs Frame. a gentle lady, who took him in to her husband. Thit was the beginning of a very happy whoa' life. When Mr Frame, had been transferred, his next teacher had bees Mr Gemmel'

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Coatbridge Leader

Coatbridge Leader Lanarkshire, Scotland

26 Apr 1930

Ritchie, Calder; Mr John Stewart of Stewarta and Lloyds; Mr J. T. Hood ; Bailie Teunent ; Dr Drummond; Dr M'Lellau; Mr Joint Aitken, Kipps; Mr 1. M ' • Mr Wikne_

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Coatbridge Express

Coatbridge Express Lanarkshire, Scotland

9 Nov 1927

Main, William Wbitelaw , Ad by °Jan et ' at his Usury Appeal Court at Edlnburgh on Mon- M.A., C.F. Church College. Glasgow , creak surer. Mr Denholm; secretary, Mr Do 7 aid , 12 Rank Street. Coatbridge. Mr Mrs Du ff ; Misses Logan and Cambia, .'nt John

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Coatbridge Leader

Coatbridge Leader Lanarkshire, Scotland

13 Apr 1918

connected with his office. He had pleasure in calling upon Mrs Lovell to declare the exhibition open. (Applause.) This was Mrs Lavell's first appearance in public in such a capacity, and she was sure of a hearty and enthusiastic reception. Mrs Lovell, who

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