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  • County: Midlothian, Scotland
  • For Years: 1950 - 1999

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

25 Nov 1954

on Saturday evening in the Local Institute Mali. Mrs A. Meek presented the prizes to the iDuowtng Ladies —l, Mrs Hadden►; 2, Mrs O'Connor; half-time, Mrs Mcßride; consolation, Mrs Paton. Gentlemen —1, Mrs Reid (as gent); 2, A. Mclntosh; half-time, A. Edwards;

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

26 Apr 1951

the hall was packed with players. Mr. J. Traquair acted adsued the Pros pect ive andc e ardnmster Sir. UnionistA.l)uri eintro Mr. J. A. Stodart. who addressed the gathering for ten minutes. There was no use, said Mr. Stodart, criticising any Government

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

5 Aug 1954

term : President, Mr Andrew Laird; vice-president, Mr H. Russell; secretary, Mr John Smith, 32 Polton Gardens, Lasawade; treasurer. Ms Mary Brown; auditors, Mr Henderson and Mr Allan. After a good tea served by membes of the ladies' committee, a social

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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

26 Sep 1950

Continental style . Here , till morning , the gay reveller may ask for a Pernod with his Scotch accent . . . ( At the better hotels , naturally , he will ask for his Scotch ' , with a Pernod accent . ) ¦ The culminating ceremony , rather solemnly observed

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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

26 Jun 1950

hat-trick . Val de 1 'Air is a useful performer at his best , and will be suited by the course and distance . F . Armstrong's First Consul ran prominently for six furlongs in the Royal Hunt Cup at Ascot , and his trainer believes the four-year-old capable of

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

8 Jan 1953

appreciation of the excellence of the presentation of the pantomime. Mrs Braden handed over a gift to Mrs Croal. Another interesting presentation on behalf of the company was made by Mrs Croat to Miss dbeila Whitelock, who had ably performed in the role

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

22 Jun 1950

ie. MATT FREELAND banker Wooer an a bunch o ither industrial tycoons. Silas P. had got it into his hrid that a' Britisbers were tided. Believe nu•, laird Tainsun, he draulesl to Erchip, our greatest headache is huld•ups, and the police seem powerless

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

26 Aug 1954

31r, Watson, Bonasyr . :gg NVorking Women's Club; Mr 13auld and Mr Porter, Juvenile officials; and Mr John McLean, Mr G. Flockliart, and Mr Peter Gardiner. After a splendid tea served by lady friends of the local club, Provost Hunter paid tribute to the

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