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

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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

10 Oct 1950

and saw Mr SnyderSecretary of the Treasuryfor about 15 minutes before meeting the British Treasury mission A conference scheduled with Mr WebbUnder Secretary of State , was postponed because of Mr Webb's Illness . British officials insist that Mr Gaitskell

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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

26 Aug 1950

Hapsfrt . Ashluilie Gardens , Mrs Gilrov Trophy ( decorated table and ( lowers open)—Mrs W . Sf . Smail . 8 Balmylc Koad . BHilKlft y Ferry : Mrs rylle-Jnmjeson Trophy ( sweet peas ) ¦—ilObert Drysrtale ,. Station Garage . Cupar . Mrs Harry Walker Trophy ( annuals

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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

31 Jan 1950

paying his own expenses , will conduct his candidature independently of any parly organisation , and will also act as his own election agent . He stated that he was issuing a small election address which he would distribute , and was also doing his own

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

17 Jul 1958

Plate-1 Mrs M. S. Clap- One Ewe-1 J. &. G. P. Dunn; 2R. perton; 2 Mrs B. M. Comfort; 3 Mrs & T. Dun; 3 T. J. C. Gifford, Pogbie, Margaret Graham. Humbie. I Stool (seagrassi-1 Mrs Margaret One Ginner-1 R. &T. Dun; 2T. Graham; 2 Miss Connell; 3 Mrs W. J.

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

10 Jan 1952

The tollowing were the winning trams: .1. Ramage, Mrs J. Thomson. Mrs A. Skirying, W. Harper. Mrs W. l'hibbs, men, Mrs Phibbs. jun., Mrs J. Nisbet, and Mrs A. Naysmith. The special prise was won by Mrs J. Fraser. BAND AT BALL.— Dalkeith's Sunday night

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

31 Dec 1959

the year. work to build our branches, to sell , dispute. That criticism. was based ing remarks. intimated that Mr Mr Laird, President, in his open- ; more of our monthly paper, to on a report which appeared in your strengthen the bonds of . conewspaper

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

18 Sep 1952

tables being engaged in play. ranlittaster Mr John ♦llan. Play was well up to stand- SM. and at the end two team. Wen` found to have equal wins. The Mowing were the sinuers;—Mrs Mr; W. Welsh, Mrs M. Double. and Mrs 3L.King: A. Dickson. G. Allan. J. Law. and

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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

14 Jan 1950

e possessions—was bitten by his lady ' s lap-dog , resulting in his death from rabies . The dog was smothered under the mattress . On the death of the laird , the family moved south . As the incident might have been sufficiently unusual to have been recorded

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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

7 Aug 1950

' ¦ •• „ ,- ' - . G . Littlctroni at Think on . «/! urdjy 10 maiie his t ^ ml . iiovi . h ^ l : a . ljiln'il _ « ' • 03 Laird of Moray , 5-7-5 N . Stir ); winntu fnr Hie season SO . His fir ** loit . ilb : 210 . -Co . . - • Betting Forecast _ 10-11 StormTf

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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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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

23 Oct 1950

. Lieutenant A . Laird , R . N . —Miss Joy Foster The marriage took place on Saturday , October 21 at Holy Trinity Church , Brompton London , S . W . 3 , of Lieutenant Andrew Laird , Royal Navy , elder son of Mr and Mrs Andrew Laird , of Killean Place

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

13 Aug 1959

Office-bearers and Committee appointed:—President, Mr A. Laird; vice-president, Mr Henderson weretary, Mr John Smith; treasurer, Mrs M. Brown; minute secretary, Mrs E. Johnstone. Mr Chisholm and Mrs Trotter were appointed auditors. The Committee were

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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

29 May 1950

6-7-9 ; .. J . Esan 00 ° Devon Lady . 5-7-9 T . Dcario UUAUUltK , o-OOTrigaro 4-7-6 A . Roberts 2 . 0 —PINK LANE 241 Laird ot Moray , 5-7-6 X . Stirk in uEAnrn i 2-03 Picks Barn , 3-7-0 J . Djson . . 30—NEARCO LADY „„; , Roya , ElUrancC | 4 . 7

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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

24 Aug 1950

-. ' , . The story-of Charles de-Foucauld is a fascinating , one , for both his character ' . and his career are completely out of the ordinary and the ; setting of his desert wanderings among the Sah ' aran nomads . is romantic and strange . Miss

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

31 Jul 1952

secretary. Mr John Smith. 132 Patton Gardena Lasswade; treasurer, Mrs M. Brown; committee Mrs C. Rooney. Mrs G. Mann. Mrs M. Penton, Mrs Rom' merville, Mrs A. Sinclair, Mrs M. McMillan, Mrs J. McLaren. Miss M. Livingstone; auditors. Mr John Allan and Mr T

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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

2 Feb 1950

Bv what psychological privilege Mr Harker , in this dream stateis thus allowed to share the secrets of his fellowguests is never disclosed . Mr Harker wanders off at the end just as much puzzled nc thA aiif ^ iarif *** His roles are never varied in style

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

25 Nov 1954

Peden. Mrs Chalmers, Mrs Paxton, Mrs Reid, and Mrs Cossar; social committee—Joint convener, Mrs Peden; vice-convener, Mrs Chalmers; Mrs Reid, Mrs Paxton, Mrs Leadbetter, Mrs Oliver, Mrs A. Aitken, Miss C. Thomson, Mrs W.

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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

23 Aug 1950

sales prospects there . Lieutenant ( E ) A . Laird , R . N . —Miss J . A . Foster The engagement is announced , and the marriage will shortly take place , between Andrew elder son ot Mr and Mrs Andrew Laird , of Killean Place , Campbeuown , Argyllshire

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

26 Feb 1953

by the end March. Mrs Wright, Mr Laird, and Mr Young then gave their reports. Intrmation was made that a birthday party wand be held in Loanhead in March. The last speaker for the evening was Mr Ewart, Area vice-president, and after his address the delegates

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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

4 Mar 1950

old—1 . Mr Tlerinie , Wester Hill , £ 96 ; 2 Messrs Grant & Soil * , lnvcrty . £ 112 , withdrawn ; S . Mr Frame ,, Easter Scamorcs , £ 64 ; 4 , Mr Kenny , Kildcan , £ 51 . Maren . 4 to 7 years old—1 , Mr Kenny . Kihlenn . £ 40 . withdrawn : 2 . Mr Newbiggini

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