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  • For Years: 1950 - 1999
  • Type: Illustrated

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Harrow Observer

Harrow Observer London, England

20 Jun 1975

fast bowler John Price, paceman Bruce Laird and Alan Hurst, the latter two Australian tourists. Laird. opening with Price, hit 19. but the main contribution from a total of 110 came from V. Gough (40). The score was in the nineties before Henry Pinkus

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Daily Herald

Daily Herald London, England

9 Feb 1961

Caithness, agent for the was returning with his wife vesterdav from a holiday In the Bahamas. But won't be long before thev'rC off again holiday, this time Hongkong, Tokyo and Australia. After their Bahamas trip. Mr. and Mrs. Buckley returned by way of New York

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The Tatler

The Tatler London, England

11 Jul 1956

story of a country gentleman, seventh Laird of Balgowan, who took to soldier ing in his middle years (almost, it might be said, by chance) and proceeded to cover himself with glory. Nor did his lustre fade when his war ended. Few have made so varied a

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The Sphere

The Sphere London, England

21 Sep 1957

Farquharson points out a beauty spot in his grounds to two American visitors, Mrs. MaCauley, on the left, and Mrs. Springer. THE LAIRD'S HOME A flag flies from a tower at Invercauld. The mansion is the home of the Laird and Lady of Invercauld, Captain Alwynne

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Daily Mirror

Daily Mirror London, England

10 Feb 1968

Vulnagrena could defy his penalty GOING: Soft. TOTE DOUBLE: 2.50, 4.0. NENE: 2.15. 4.30. JACICPOT (5/-): All Oa rases. TOP TRAM* Cadet N. MWtS: Medd 30. liaise 22, J. K. MON 21. —SPRING H'CAP HURDLE. 2m Winner £4lO. (15 runners.) ON RADIO THREE. 101 FP

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Daily Mirror

Daily Mirror London, England

18 Jan 1965

as it was. with Dormant, his conqueror in last year's Whitbread Gold Cup. But clearly Mill House was at the end of his tether this time. Buona notte's crashing fall at the eighth fence *hen going like a bomb, according to his rider, Johnny Plaine, leaves

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Sunday Mirror

Sunday Mirror London, England

18 Nov 1984

Hugh Fraser giving two copies of his Save The Children Fund rho died earlier this year limited edition China' were also delighted by the las paid off a loan from his Diary produced with poet amazing million-pound •x-wife Lady Antonia. S t ep Spender. feat

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Daily Mirror

Daily Mirror London, England

8 Apr 1971

indicated by his Isis weight, and looked a shade unfortunate when going under to The Laird at Ascot. NEWSBOY'S 'WINNER IN 3' FOR TOTE DOUBLE 3.0: Bighorn, Cottager, Go-Flash. 4.0: Lyford Coy, All Found, Mochorobuice. 3.0 1.45 ''' 'Bl. rant. -mr •ASS .M

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Harrow Observer

Harrow Observer London, England

28 Aug 1970

Galin. Mr. R. Bleak.Mertes: Mr. A. Richter, Mr. J. Stevens _Smith. W. SY. elch. Cullectsun of fruit: Mr. W. Wizen I. Other fruit: Mr. W. Wilson. Mn.s W. Boss. Mr Welch. Fruit cake: Mrs. Wilson.. Mrs. Mein. Mrs. M. _csroses. Chase waves Mrs. on. Mrs. Gibbons

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Harrow Observer

Harrow Observer London, England

3 May 1968

OBSERVER & GAZYTTE. FRTDAV. MAY 1. MR Wicked old ladies Sudbury (ourt Afternoon Townswomen's 'Calking Legal. by lan Stuart Black. and Traitress to the Queen. by Margaret Boyle, giug‘land Hall. Wembley Park C•ngreßational Church; April PRODUCED by

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West London Observer

West London Observer London, England

21 Sep 1951

MR ATTLEE ATTENDS “TERRIERS” DINNER Middlesex TA and Auxiliary Forces toasted Th* Prime Mm liter with kin. Attlee were preeeut at reception end dinner given the High Sheriff of Middlesex (Mr. J. O. Craig, J.P.) and Mrs. Craig at tho Urusveoer House Hotel

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The Tatler

The Tatler London, England

13 Dec 1950

taking to television and the film studios with the same boyish relish as did Mr. Shaw in his day. That such a diffident and shy man should wait till his seventies to make his debut as a public performer is one of those unexpected twists which are the hallmark

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Harrow Observer

Harrow Observer London, England

25 Aug 1960

welfare officer- and Mr. d cmon and 6.30. Family Ser- La ham Cate.-Sundm- Mr. George Chandley and Mr. F. T. warm. of 48 : Do un derstanding, with which YOUR APPORM/INT NOW! hi. miaow 8636 fac . ed ther country's . a 11, Ho y 3 p.m., 6.30, Mrs. Maxwell ; Wednesday

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Daily Mirror

Daily Mirror London, England

8 Aug 1951

skin may have in his system a counteracting element such as nicotine or alcohol and this would neutralise the acid. Cats! Mr. H. WINN writes as from Henn street. Kenilworth: Tell G—rden &i--thusiast that if he puts old soot round his plants and paths

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Illustrated London News

Illustrated London News London, England

21 Dec 1968

Secretary), Mrs John Mitchell (Attorney-General), Mrs Nixon, Mrs Spiro Agnew (Vice-President), Mrs William Rogers (State), Mrs Robert Finch (Health, Education and Welfare). Behind ; Mrs Walter Hickel (Interior), Mrs Winton Blount (Postmaster-General), Mrs Melvin

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The Tatler

The Tatler London, England

1 Sep 1954

bullying his chess crony into defeat, his defiance of Highland tradition in preferring the saxophone to the bagpipe's and his hobby of painting landsc es notable for the virility of their style. But having got the laird to position for the fray, Mr. Templeton

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Daily Mirror

Daily Mirror London, England

4 Feb 1978

SALLYBEG ZODIAC (Bitch) L. C FORECAST: SACKVILLE LADY, Supreme Field, 33 69 26 T 1 3rd 21 Sall! Trial* led to 4 Resat Chann. 2 5221 TRY IT PAL (Dog) . .. Newsom 9-2 30 Betting: 7-4 Smirch!. Lady, 5-2 Supreme Jan 28 T 1 Ist 5 Ervigal. Echo led 1 6-3

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The Tatler

The Tatler London, England

30 Sep 1953

sat on the wide staircase with Lady Rose Bligh Col. George Malcolm, Laird of Poltalloch, with one of his guests, Mrs. James Fairbairn. The house was built in 1853 by Mr. Neill Malcolm, great- great-uncle of the present Laird Brodrick Haldane

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The People

The People London, England

16 Mar 1969

or the tact that Mellor and Colonist have won 17 races and lifted £27,000. Ten-year-old Stalbridge Colonist inherits his colour from his neon dad, Colonist 11, the first horse owned by Sir Wn Churchill. And he'll always be remembered as the conqueror of

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Sunday Mirror

Sunday Mirror London, England

2 Sep 1962

5-2 f Brown Parrott (4th), 4 Golden Laird, 10 Doine Foine, 100-8 Best Gold, 33 Mrs. Mitre, Oneonly, Three Cares. (E. Weymes.) It 1, 5. Tote: 40/-; 12/4, 10/-, 21/4. 4.0 (5f., 7 ran). ROCK SAIL (A. Russell, 6-1), I:Hi-Fi (V. Faggotter 11-4 f), 2; Tim (G

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