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Carluke and Lanark Gazette

Carluke and Lanark Gazette Lanarkshire, Scotland

2 Mar 1918

ll|d, U, k MR BLACKLEY’S JUVENILE BALL. The Fancy Dress Half of the paplls attending Mr \\. I. Blackley’s Juvenile lancing Class took place in the Town Hail, Carluke, on Friday evening of last week, and proved a great success. The character costumes displayed

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North British Daily Mail

North British Daily Mail Lanarkshire, Scotland

31 Mar 1880

present to his own mind. (Cheers.) The only gentleman with whom he was disposed to condole was his friend Mr Trevelyan. (laughter.) If he had a contest he (Mr Gladstone) really believed that it was • contest which was so ridiculous that he afraid Mr Trevelyaa

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Motherwell Times

Motherwell Times Lanarkshire, Scotland

23 Dec 1949

Wallace of St. Andrew’s Church of Scotland receiving a presentation on his coming Retirement. Also in our picture (left to right) Mrs Ganieron, Mr Hamish Smith, assistant, and Mrs George Wallace jfflj ir ■ ■■ _ M I® Mm, *. •

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Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser

Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser Lanarkshire, Scotland

29 Apr 1905

this stage Mr Findlay and the Misses Wilson from Airdrie House arrived on the platform, and met with a very ..early reception. Mr Findlay said he was present merely _to deliver a message from Mr and Mrs Wibde. The message was that Mr and Mrs Wilson expressed

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Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser

Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser Lanarkshire, Scotland

9 Jun 1906

Ex-Provoet Sharp, Mr D. Waddington, Mr L. Crawford, Mr James Mliay, Mr Thomas Main Mr John Menzies,*Mr W. Wilson, Mr John Cartel, Mr W. Aruott, Mr D. M'Clregor, Mr A. Malone, Mr A. D. Mack, Mr W. Rae, View article

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Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser

Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser Lanarkshire, Scotland

16 Jul 1921

race-Adam Laird and ,shed the &reused. ifamid Haman. Girls three legged race- Olive Evans and Beads White.- -- s4s -410-41.--- Married Ladies Race-Ist heat-1, Mrs ; itcheli: 2. Mrs. J. Laird. 2nd heat--1 LOYAL ORDER INSTITUTION. asp. Sneddon: 2, Mrs. Douglas

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North British Daily Mail

North British Daily Mail Lanarkshire, Scotland

3 Jun 1878

seize the clog in his mouth, and resume his position ahead, and thus became as great • peat as ever. Even on hie ordinary travels about he is now seen carrying his clog in his mouth, instead of letting it drag on the ground between his legs.“—Chembers'

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Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser

Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser Lanarkshire, Scotland

17 Apr 1926

- winners:-Ladies-1, Miss E. M'Coll ; 2, Mrs ' t i ts ' it ' srew! Vi.-Prealeste ' J ai . K err; 3. Mrs hcc rono. ( hurt : a- I , IMT Jews. Morrison, Colonel Peter Spence, and Mr Robert Shanks: Honorary Vice-Pre- Mr Thomas Gillespie; 2, Mr William Oar

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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

24 Aug 1901

would hate damned his reputation, and spoilt all his chances with Annie o’ the Banks o’ Dee. Shufflin’ Sandie smiled slowed the golden bits away in an old sock. then acratched his head and pointed to the de The* r Laird nodded, and drank his health in one

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Coatbridge Express

Coatbridge Express Lanarkshire, Scotland

15 May 1889

bewildered blemish/eh) las We. Mr Robert lledlic..tt deservedly ewes the sad able mammalan's of Drayton Mr Darby/Ain ash sets. es Captain Arnim Walker; wed Mr AM aar Weisel plays well as Tam Pries. As the hotel Mr G. F. is very swat Mr Hope is a rood Jack Mies

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North British Daily Mail

North British Daily Mail Lanarkshire, Scotland

12 Jan 1889

and Totem were matey to make of. and his greeted ahemmot ye gotheryin mules mom of money to his owl, long purse. And whim ye Knight opted out ye Mae. he dunked meerdinalle in hi, loran, and be woke counsel] erytti his new( and heischreen.who booed thenteelwit

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Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser

Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser Lanarkshire, Scotland

7 Aug 1886

gold fruit dishes from Mr and Mrs Laurence Roberts..,o: three silver bowls, Mr and Mrs Jas. Campbell; gold tea set, Mr Macßrayne; salvers and teaspoons, Mr and Mrs Hugh Brown; revolving clock. aneroid, and thermometer combined, Mr and MI Wm. Gilmour; a

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Bellshill Speaker

Bellshill Speaker Lanarkshire, Scotland

14 Sep 1901

dishonest; be can choose either of the two horns. His blunders and bis attitude towards his fellow creature utterly belies his claim to be a genuine Christian. If he means to continue this discussion, let him couch his language in manner that becomes a Christian

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

23 Jul 1870

Mar’s great UnhUng-match {(Jloved hi* entnmes into Perth. have already that the laird of,Gask was a prudent man; on this critical emergency his prudence did not dss*s*t bus. • There could Iw no question as td where his Vart was; but, like many others th*

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Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner

Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner Lanarkshire, Scotland

28 Feb 1885

good mazy, including the auld laird, the young and now I'm under the auld laird again ; and let us rejoice that of them all he is the most able and the most willing to help his tenants to be able to help themselves, which Mr Goodlet will confirm. (Applause

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Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser

Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser Lanarkshire, Scotland

20 May 1905

Bellshill; Mr and Mrs F. Finlayson, Laird Street ; Mr and Mrs T. T. Rankin, Technical School, Wigan ; Mr and Mrs William Downs, Loudenbank, Uddingston ; Mr and Mrs A. Muir ; Mr and Mrs J. Fergie, Viewfield; Mr and View article

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Sunday Post

Sunday Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

27 Nov 1927

credit. A Cowboy Laird. The Laird of Milton, Mac Arthur Moir, who has now settled down at his Dunoon estate, has had a varied career. In his younger days the estate was very much impoverished, and the laird set out for the States to make his pile. A good

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Coatbridge Leader

Coatbridge Leader Lanarkshire, Scotland

11 Jan 1930

iieditutions. In 1845 (concluded Mr Ml.oud: at the age of 79, Lady Nairne, one of the sit evteht and truest contributors to the heart music of the universe, joined the choir invisible. Mr LOgall, Airdrie; Mr Imica, Dunbeth; and Mr Johnstone, Whiffiet, afterwards

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Sunday Post

Sunday Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

25 Sep 1927

with the judges, King e »e °' 11 'r sl '(?htly out of his carriage ' *o've a gey teuch job 4'v! Ghillies'Ball t .' ouse > Braemar, Mr John\ 0 i'ling on a largo scale. At »t j', ' here Lady Apsley, Mr John- J * Ss tl, ai, Bhter, made a charming '° a dis

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