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  • County: Perthshire, Scotland
  • For Years: 1910 - 1919

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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

1 Jun 1918

present were:—Miss Hay Drummond, Colonel and Mre Arthur Hay Sir Robert and Lady Moncreiffe, Major and Mrs Claude Hay, Mr and Mrs Reginald Weet, the Hon. George and Mm Eden,' Mr and Mrs Algernon Ilay, General Kir Francis Lloyd. K.C.8., C.W.0., D.S.O, (commanding

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

8 Mar 1911

Tynreich; Miss Lizzie Dewar, Ballinluig; Mrs Wlntosh, Logiereit; Mr John 'K. Macdonald, Ballinluig; and Mr A. Stewart Robertson. Logierait School Gaelic Choir, under the conductorship of Mr Kennedy, did exceedingly welL Miss Currie, Aberfeldy (Mod medallist)

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

11 Jan 1913

that the power behind the throne' was the lady who has been his worthy helpmeet these sixty years, • lady whose force of character, public spirit, and generous heart, has endeared her to the whole community. In his speech on Monday night, our old friend

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

2 Jan 1915

Beresford, Lady Randolph Churchill, Lady Herbert, Mrs Astor, Mrs Guthrie, Mr and Mrs Elliot, Colonel and Mrs John Leslie, Mrs and Lieutenant Crawshay, Lady Milford. Lady Horner. Baroness de Brienen, Sir Vincent Gaillard, Lady Canard, the Hon. View article

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

15 Jan 1910

candidate himself. Besides the chairman, the platform comprised Mr Barbour of Bonskeid, Pitlochry; Mr John Ritchie, LL.B., ..Secretary of the Perth Liberal Association; Mr .1. S. Saunders; Mr S. S. Milne. barrister, Dublin; and ex• Bailie Halley. SIR ROBERT

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

15 Jun 1918

grieve at Ardvorllch. The relatives present were Mrs Stewart (widow of deceased) and the Pose, Stewart (daughters); Mrs Medley and Mrs Skeine (Distend; Mrs Stewart. Ardvorlich Cottage; Mrs N'Laren; and Mrs Rally, Ruthven Tower, Auchterarder. tmongst the

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

18 Mar 1916

five rem le Mermen Hai= Now Mow. Perth. tracked has dews sad his. Acerad pleaded get guilty. mad hr was deredud by Mr theme Watt. &.C., Mr Jar& &roosts, by Mr G. A. Mackaare. ediciter, Perth. Mr L. Wart. .tdrucerDepete ia the Mara Criers sneered for the

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

20 Jul 1910

to his friend, Mr Menzies, whom they were all delighted to ace present with them, who kept him, as a Breadalbane man. interested in the Association. lie thanked Mr Thomas very much indeed for his kind words, an.! ha could assure them that both Mrs Stewart

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

11 Nov 1911

Ifr and Mrs thillongh emerged from the porch they hail to fare sit least a 'sore of photogruplwrs. Mr Motional). with his best man. Mr G. 11. Mayhew, arrived fully twenty minutes hefore the hour fixed for the .en. loony-111M. Among the were Lady Dial Gordon

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

29 Sep 1917

OBLIGING LAIRD. Mr Charles G. Ogilvie, the popular laird of Delvine, having broken up some of his old parks within the policies by motor plough this spring, has now secured a light tractor and waggon (to carry five tons). The machine has been doing good

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

22 Mar 1916

it has not been carried out vet. Meggernie was sold in to the late Mr John Hu Hough, of Accrington, who had large interests in engineering works and cotton mills in that town. His son, Mr lan Bullough, now serving in the Army, is the present proprietor

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

16 Jul 1913

scenery, and as cheered Mr Stewart approadhed Lady Henn. and, on behalf of the community of asks dyer acceptance of a email sifter track casket as a memento of the occasion. lier La: ship graciously accepted the gift. On the call of Mr Stewart rousing ethers

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

5 Feb 1913

the Alt came into lams Mr Gilmour had a meeting in the bell. He said he would not stamp ,Cards e and anyone who wanted to pay their eon-. tributiuns would have to leave his service. Cross.examined—she got her dace burned in Mr Gamow', employment. During

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Perthshire Constitutional & Journal

Perthshire Constitutional & Journal Perthshire, Scotland

28 Feb 1916

and book-shelf; Mr and Mrs John Cleghorn—Pair of silver toastracks; Miss Walker—Silver-boa; Mrs Rice—Silver frame; Mrs W. J. Smith—Satin sofa cushion ; Mr and Mrs David Adam—Pair of willow pattern plates; Mr and Mrs Reginakl Collie—Antique silver sugar

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

5 Oct 1910

whom Mr Boner preached at the opening of his church at Blair: gowrie. After Mr Boner's marriage in 1847 to the younger daughter of Mr James Dickson, Edin. burgh, the manse was built, the minister having up till then resided near Dunsinnan House. Mr Boner

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

17 Feb 1912

in the maareuvrea Otnt old and valued friend, the Laird of Levi re —t.alanel WM:amen, completed his Wad year Tuesday last, baying been born oo the 13:6 lebreary, 1830. Should the Colonel and his good lady he spend to are Jamtary next, they rill celebrate

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

5 Aug 1911

Thomson. Mrs George Keith Murray, and Mr. low; fruit, flowers. and vegetables from Mrii Man. gall. Mr.. Ilseßosty, Mr. Robertson-Smith, Miss Hope, Mrs Stenhoese, Mrs Kerr (Loeh- Mrii J. M. Scott. Mra tieo. Keith Murray. Mr Elder. Mrs Frost. and lady hardine:

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

8 Jan 1913

which tenninted fatally in a few days. Mr Cunningham was the younger son of the late Thomas Cunningham, Dalachy. Aberdour, and it is only about a month ago that his brother, Mr David Cunningham, Dalachy, died. Mr Cunningham carried on for many yeah the

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Perthshire Constitutional & Journal

Perthshire Constitutional & Journal Perthshire, Scotland

13 Dec 1915

ample resources to persuasive account. Mr A. B. Lunan employed his cultured baritone voce in Stenford's 'The Old Superb and Clay's The Sands o' Dee; and it is almost. needless to say that his singing of them was marked by great beauty of tone and diction

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