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  • For Years: 1900 - 1949
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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

15 Jun 1904

()oldie and Mrs Cuddle, Mr and Mrs I.llSlashae, Aldgirnaig; Mr R. Sl`Nsb, tenandry; Mr J. M'Olaehan, Bedrobbie; Mr M'Phemon, Fanverick; Mr Burnie, Artitusgichas; Mr H'Donald, Shellodry; Mr and Mn. SPRAT, The Ledg.; Mr Robertson, Wester Etalrobbie; Mr Mentes

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

10 Feb 1923

Holmlea; Mr and Mrs Walter Stuart, Perth; Miss Tyrie, Dhuard: wiss C. Wallace, Tighnacraig; Mr and Mrs G. P. Warren, Knockdhu; Mr, Mrs. Ind Mr F. Preston, Murray Place; Mr I. Forbes, Craigniore; Mrs Harper and Mr Fred Park, Moulin Hotel; Capt. and Mrs A. M

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

19 Sep 1925

thing to be a laird—Omar. hear foam Mr Speid, ►en.►—but lie hoped the day wits long distant when. Mr Charles would be asked to take over the duties if his father. They were not tired of the old laird yet, nor of his good lady. (Applause.) Mr Charles Sistid

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

14 Jan 1901

Daily Tileyeaph. The actual facts of the ease, it says, ar. that Mr Culland, in company of Mr Honey Mut ray Balninitgo, who will inherit the movable estate, .nade the customary search among Mr Johnston'. locumente for a will. The immediate object of the guest

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

29 Aug 1900

ue. Mr Sidney Strair-oriental gong. Mr H. Kinloch, W.S. - field gleams. Mr A Caims-eovereisn ease. Mr Granger Helton-fishing basket. Mr I' Hay Paterson-pair sporting pictures. Mr George 'tray -ease of wine. Mr and Mr. Donald Witiarmid-cheque. his W. Hell

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

19 Feb 1930

forgotten. Although Mr Monerieff Wright had been ailing fur some time, no serious doubt had been entertained as to his ultimate recovery, and, it was with a deep sense of shook that hia friends heard of his coll Apse and death in his home yesterday morning

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

7 Sep 1935

LAIRD OF INNERPEFFRAY'S BIG ESTATE. LATE MR JOHN ADAM LEAVES Mr Iturrirgion with a tangible gift of her regard for his efforts to make her holiday - Mr John Admitof Inncrpeffray, Crieff, enjoyable and instructive. The gift takes marine insurance broker

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

10 Jul 1935

Glendelvine Laird's PRIZES GIFTED TO SCHOOL CHILDREN. The annual prize-giving at Glendelvine School took place on Tuesday, when Mr Robin Lyle of Glendelvine came down and handed out the prizes. Mr Intosh, headmaster, spoke of the great generosity of Sir

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

6 Jun 1934

Cox of Bnaigow; Mr A. Cux of Dungarthill; Mr W. Robes.,, Tayview; Mr IL S. hl'Lee, Blackhill,,,•l, and Mr John M'lntosh, Bcboolll.i-- elders of Caputh Church; Mr R. Ii Hill of Balthyock; Lady Wilson of Kip, Dunning; Dr. Bibbald, Stanley; Mr Calder, bank

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

24 Mar 1928

heriff Valentine on Thursday. Mrs iirolinnond, a daughter of the late Sir uobert and Lady Jardine—formerly Mrs %oflet Peel—was present in Court. Pursuer is George Wilson, 9 Laburnum Avenue, Walkerville, Newcastle. He , tates in his condescendence that on 10th

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

3 Aug 1938

Mr 1.)le carried his bride over the threshold. An enthusiastic welcome awaited Mr lan Archibald de Hoghton Lyle. son and heir of Sir Archibald Park Lyle. Bart.. and Lady Lyle. when he arrived at Glendelvine on Saturday evening bringing home his young

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

4 Aug 1934

on Thursday. The bridegroom was Mr Edward John Sutton Ward, Royal Horse Guards, elder son of Major the Hon. Sir John Ward and Lady Ward of Kinnaird. and his bride, Miss Margaret Susan Corbett, elder daughter of Mr and Mrs Geoffrey R. Corbett of Rossferry;

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

27 Aug 1938

:—Reception—Mrs D. Cray. Mrs Leslie Ower, Mrs E. B. Scott, Mrs J. W. Young: cake and candy --Miss M. Smith, Miss Grimmond, Miss chyle. the Misses C. M. and E. Stewart, Miss Scott ; co.,is•tition=Sisters Chalmers and Yeats; teas--Mrs Hodge, Mrs Milne, Mrs Mitchell

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

11 Jan 1913

Conifers; Mr John Gardiner; Balmuick: Mr John Gilbert, Glen Cottage; Mr D. R. W. Kemp, /end Hotel; Mr Henry M'Kinstrv, Dram- Street; Mr D. Millar, Ancaater Arms • Mr J. Scottie, chemist; Mr W. Wlntyre, Bgegdmond Street (Hon. Treasurer), and Mr an*, Innergeldie

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

23 Sep 1944

LADY'S PASSING. -- The death occurred at Perth Saturday of a lady well-k •n in the town. Mrs Mary Si1111)S1,11, whlow of the Mr F.. 1 . 1 .. si mt who for many years conducted a stationery and printer'. business in James Square. Mrs Simpson had not been

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

24 Feb 1934

rs were:-1 Miss A. Haggart (captain), Miss Haggart, Mr Fulton, and Mr Tovani; consolation, Mrs Robert Stewart (captain), Mrs Milne, Mrs Galbraith, and Mr H. Stewart; lucky prizes, Mrs Forbes and Mr Downie, jun. Miss Mason acted as cardmaster, and also

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

12 Aug 1925

James and Lady Roberts: Mrs Roberts. Mr J. le Roberts, Mr Wilkins Roberta. Miss lamberts, and Mies Betty Roberta. llachany House; Mr Aykroyd, Mr Cecil Aykroyd. Mr !toward Aykroyd, Muster Cecil AykeuYsl. Birstwith Hall; Sir Bilis and Lady Denby. Mr Arthur

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

26 Mar 1930

health of Mr Ward. Mr Inglis said— The wish you all entertain for the young laird is long life, happiness. health, prosperity, and should fortune inflict him with a wife we hope she will be a good one. (Loud applause.) The health of Sir John and Lady Ward

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

21 Jul 1902

bequests, all free of legacy duty, be implemented:— To Mrs Ethel Maxtone Unshorn, residing in Edinburgh, his niece, the pictures of Mr and Mrs Keith ; to the trustees of the London Literary Fund his own works or writings on old and middle English, and also

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