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Port-Glasgow Express

Port-Glasgow Express Renfrewshire, Scotland

27 Nov 1942

OF MR. BIRKMYRE with regret that we andeath of Mr John Birktich took place early yes)rning at his residence, iers, Kilmacolni, after an about two months. was the second son of John Birkmyre, Shalott, and the fifth generation Irkmyrea in direct line associat-

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Renfrewshire Independent

Renfrewshire Independent Renfrewshire, Scotland

20 Feb 1875

the meditations of his guest, but took advantage of the interval to fill the glasses, which were empty. The factor took up his, supped a little of its contents, then set it down again, fidgeted on his chair, and, after clearing his throat, proceeded to

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Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette

Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette Renfrewshire, Scotland

24 Jun 1865

pUge. calk »ttei regaining ux p’c!' .. ■«. 1 Laird ' of -ißtio.* y>\. o. Trade the operation of . flam Cablet tod Aodtora Aotof 1864. A abort dißoiwpion follow etl,iii which Mr M.Gihaon andttrlleuley tnalc part, and the subject dropped. Hr. then called

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Port-Glasgow Express

Port-Glasgow Express Renfrewshire, Scotland

9 Oct 1957

being his experienced local knowledge of the administration of these hospitals made him the obvious choice as Hospital Group Secretary and Treasurer under the newly formed Board of Management in 1948 : Mr. Hutton Janie , to be called Greenock's Mr. Huapital

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Paisley & Renfrewshire Gazette

Paisley & Renfrewshire Gazette Renfrewshire, Scotland

30 Dec 1905

prownt i —Mr. (I. J. Kichaton, Mr. James linkinyre, Mr. J. A. Holmes Mr. 3. J. Barclay. Colonel Shanks, Mr. W. H. Goff, Mr. A. Walker. Mr. A. M'liab. Mr. Andrew Hunter, Mr. R. Lang. Mr. D. Crone, Mr. IL Ogilvie. --- Mr.

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Port-Glasgow Express

Port-Glasgow Express Renfrewshire, Scotland

14 Dec 1900

Willie Miller. No. 3—Mrs Taylor, Mrs Jr Coulson, Miss . Hn., and James ies Niven,_Mi Greenock ; Mrs No. 4—Mrs . Mrs C. E. Midgley the Musses P Gilmour, ' M'Brids, Mir ' Na b—Yrs Min - Mlss L. Rodger, Mini Willies Sterling No. B—Ma D6 Mrs Butler, Miss Ma

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Renfrewshire Independent

Renfrewshire Independent Renfrewshire, Scotland

4 Apr 1874

young soldier. Is note d • Mr More, noticing that his guest was examining the Mr A le i c e t t d ore the searching glances that were portraits on the wall, remarked, that they`were timed on him 'with indifference, and thanked his memorials of a happier past

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Paisley & Renfrewshire Gazette

Paisley & Renfrewshire Gazette Renfrewshire, Scotland

26 Aug 1905

Hamar Bass, the father of the proprietor ' of this paper. One of his Christian names conies from Joseph Hamar, an admiral of the white, who also married an Arden. His wife. Lady Noreen Hastings, has in her family history an incident which alight well

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Paisley & Renfrewshire Gazette

Paisley & Renfrewshire Gazette Renfrewshire, Scotland

14 Jan 1905

Wages. so be oa his bed, Turas his sides and his shoulders and his heavy head. “.1, little more sleep, sad • little more slumber; Thus he wastes half his days, and his hours . _ without number, Aad when he gets up, be sits folding his hoods, Or walks

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Renfrewshire Independent

Renfrewshire Independent Renfrewshire, Scotland

13 Jun 1874

nhtnre•of his information was 1w did not say, but left her abruptly, snot next day he made his appearance at Mr Addle's as already related. Miss Morton, who had now returned to Edinburgh after taking counsel with Mr Jordan, also decided ou seising Mr Addict

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Port-Glasgow Express

Port-Glasgow Express Renfrewshire, Scotland

6 Jan 1915

B. Laird, C. B. Coltart—nephews. and John Bone. The mourners in. luded : Rev. \V. N. and Mrs Mayne, Mr and Mrs J. J. Neill, Mr J. Shankland, Mr It. Shankland, Mr John Lirkmyre, Mr Henry Birkmyre, Mr David Inglis, Mr C. L. Coltart, Mr W. B. View article

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Paisley & Renfrewshire Gazette

Paisley & Renfrewshire Gazette Renfrewshire, Scotland

2 Dec 1905

King and a certain French King long ago. Mr. Werner Laurie has arranged with Mr. Christie 'Murray for a new novel to be entitled The Nihilist. Tiv , book on Parnell and the Parnell Ltunly which his sister. Mrs. Monroe Dickinson. has written, will be

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Port-Glasgow Express

Port-Glasgow Express Renfrewshire, Scotland

19 Sep 1902

Port-Gla sgow representatives are in form, the Kilmalcolm ladies would do well not to count on having matters all their own way. Port-Glasgow representatives—Miss Jenny Laird, Mrs W. S. Anderson, Mrs Midgley, Miss Lade, Miss Turnbull, and Miss E. Hutton.

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Port-Glasgow Express

Port-Glasgow Express Renfrewshire, Scotland

31 Jul 1957

wedding (lay. yOUngest daughter of Mr. ttanv friends and relatives atten- and Mrs. Robert Sandford, ded the reception which was held in Road. The bridegroom is _4. • _ • • the Briehloth Hotel, Pa i,ley. Abet son of Mr. and Mrs. 4 who reside at fats Read. May

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Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette

Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette Renfrewshire, Scotland

21 Dec 1868

expenditure on his side is estimated some of his own party to be above £20,000; whereas Mr Parker’s tots) expenditure will under £2,000. Mr Potter, the member for Rochdale, says never saw such abject terror that inspired by the Perthshire lairds the day of'

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Paisley & Renfrewshire Gazette

Paisley & Renfrewshire Gazette Renfrewshire, Scotland

2 Sep 1905

oonvinoing and is never so much in his element as when proclaiming the everlae.ting Gospel. Like his father, he is essentially an evangelist, an.l as a preaoher Mr. Booth inherits much of the intellectual power of his gifted and saintly mother. KILBARC

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Port-Glasgow Express

Port-Glasgow Express Renfrewshire, Scotland

4 Jan 1901

I Miss ALICE FRAME. Popular Vocalist. Mr A. ALEXANDER, Favourite Tenor. BROTHERS CARLTON, Specialty Artiiftes and Comediana. Mr ALLAN MACASKILL, Humorous Conjurer. Mr JACK HENRI, Celebrated Comedian and Dancer. Mr CHARLES HOWARD, Negro Comedian. Mies M

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Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette

Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette Renfrewshire, Scotland

22 Dec 1871

—Perhaps tha boldest thing Mr Spurgeon ever said in his life was said in his running comments boforo the sermon, while reading chapter of Scripture. Somehow other he introduced Rome and Roman affairs into his discourse, and raising his hands and eyes at the

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Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette

Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette Renfrewshire, Scotland

30 Nov 1871

course of yesterday, Mr Murray, clerk Works to the Edinburgh Tramway Company, was jumping a car at Mr Croall’s depot, Leith Walk—the cat - being in motion the time—he fell down in front of the wheels, one which passed over one his legs, which was so badly

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Greenock Advertiser

Greenock Advertiser Renfrewshire, Scotland

28 Mar 1876

paaaaogan, lady baiag aatoag tba aaoibar. Captain U‘D maid or) tba Aral aata tra aapanaad baaa baaa Waabad aaarbaard thla aaa, aa Ibay waaa aaaar aaaa aflarwarda. Mr Palar tbaa goat aay—Dwaotly hafcra lilaboat waa Aag’ad olaar wraak I laoad Mr Walkar (wtlona

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