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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

10 Aug 1899

took a house there for his bride, and then came north with the captain of his yacht to claim and take her south with him. He formally informed the Clerk of the School Board that he was to take his wife out of their service. The lady now saw into what a scrapeshe

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

23 Sep 1881

and Macdonald; Rev. Mr Hushes, Nairn, and Mrs Hughes; B^wVrihjmdTll-Bowrii; ayMrodMm Omit,dentlrt, do.; Mr and Mn Graham, Invergorden; Mr Mr and Mn HaMtum, and Mr. nid tha Minn Bon. ParkhlU; Mrlhomaa H. InJo.: Mr and Mn dm Kennedy, Mr Wn. Kennedy, do.;

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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

9 Nov 1899

none that came up to his standard of bovine excellence. At length he felt • hand on his &booklet sad a cheery voice said. Hullo, Ross, what are you looking for ! Geordie turned net saw the laird maw pleasantly at him. He explained his holiness. Well

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

3 Sep 1880

Bart, M.D. ; Major-General Sir James K. Alexander, C. 8.; General Henry (Pavilion), Melrose ; Mr Duncan Forbes (Culloden); Mr Milne- Home (Milue-Gradcu); Mr John Colquhoun, and the West Angliug Club. - Imvkkmseh Cihcuit Oil'll. This court meets oa Tuesday

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

8 Nov 1907

and Mr and Mrs Archer, who were absent that night. hoped they would be long spaced to visit Coni and mix among the people. (Applause.) Sir Arthur suitably replied. Rev. A Maclean, Oontin, proposed the health of Lady Ward, the Misses Ward, end Lady Ward’s

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

25 Nov 1881

drove the ladies of the castle were along with him, and attended his handsomely dressed piper, his turn-out was always firstclass in every respect When the laird of Tulloch sat to dinner his piper—John Bain Mackenzie I think it wasplayed his beat the national

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

27 Dec 1895

use)—and the Laird of Allan that day went over to and had the good mum to bring s lady from there Ms bride. (Applause.) And lam glad to that to-night wo have the direct representetive hero in thopereon of Cbptoto Monro.ite popular Laird el Alba. (Applause

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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

23 Jan 1896

1104(11..11•1 witches fur the 'mover, of hi. elder brother, the then young laird. Fur this purpose they putlit the hair ul Robert kluent, and Om of his fingers and ;' leaking by them durilieb to have cured I • of his sickliest. Meeting no they told him he

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

27 Apr 1906

Misses Maude and Fowler, cousins ; Mr Clive Bayley, uncle ; Sir Hector Monro of Foalis, Bath, Lady Munro, Misses Violet and Alins Mnnto, and Master Hector Monro; Mr and Mrs Mackenzie of Dundon Dell, sod family; Mr sod Mrs Firth, Inver* Inal Hr Bradley Firth

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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

31 Dec 1903

Cromarty estate—Mrs Reid, Mrs Willoughby, and Lady Macdonald. Three beautiful young ladies they were. Ho did not think on any estate could be found more comely, more charming, and more enticing young ladies, who would readily captivate the her.rts of young

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

24 Mar 1905

Leith, Mr James Sutherland, Mr John Sutherland, Mr Donn, Mr Malcolm, Mr Brio Mackay, Mr W Clyne, Mr J Hay, Mr John Swanson, Mr A Smith, Mr and Mrs W Tait, Ur and Mrs Steve Jamieson, Howat, Mr D

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

29 Dec 1899

most excellent treasurer in Mr 3. M. Duncan, National Bank, who rendered most able and willing assistance. (Applause.) To him the Association owed deep debt of gratitude. The amount collected by the young ladies alone after Mr Frew’s recitation amounted

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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

16 Sep 1909

and the bright tartans of the Highland lairds, the green of Tulloch and of Mackenzie of Farr, and the red of the Sir Charlca Bons Balaagown made a fine picture. Ladies Dresses The ladies were beautifully attired. Mrs Smith looked very haadsonie in electric

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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

14 Jan 1909

included —Mr John Rsoderson, fader. and Mrs sod Miss Henderson ; Mr Thomas Henderson, manager, and Mrs Henderson ; Rev. Canon Spume Rose and Miss Ross Rev. Mr Philip and Mrs Philip ; Rev. Mr Her sod Mrs Kr ; Rev. Mr Cameron and Mn, Cameron, Avoch ; Mr Thomson

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

31 Dec 1897

Sutherland, was wedded Mr Macdunald, native of Fowlis, and guard on the Highland Railway. At Stettingharo, Bella, the grandchild of Mr Ronald Macdonald, crofter, was married to Mr A. Stevenson, shepherd, Baldoon. Rev. Mr Ross performed the marriage ceremonies

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

24 Jul 1896

presided, and there were present:—Sir Kenneth Mackenzie; Allan grange; Mr Dixon, In versa; Mr Gann, Strathpeffer; Mr Gann, Aldie; Mr Monro, Rook* field; Mr J. Gordon, Cnllisse, and Mr W. J. Doncan, County Clerk, was in attendance. The Clerk submitted minute

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

6 Feb 1880

Cameron, Kelvinbank Terrace ; Mrs T. Morrison ; Mrs Pirie and Mies Pirie ; Mrs P. Macdonald ; Mr Maclean, solicitor, and Miss Hunter; MrJ. Davidson (of Messrs Macleay, Duff, & Co.); Mrs D. Macleay and Miss Taylor, Edinburgh ; Mrs Denholm Misses Mary and Alice

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

11 Jun 1880

•” Here the doctor got touch the shoulder from his shop-boy, who acquainted him that valuable j wot waiting for him. and broke off abruptly from his political laird. “Taken f/m--hrwjt, exclaimed the laird; ** mercy upon hoe they ta’eu Umbrage ? Bailie

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

7 Jun 1878

board- CB, A)omul hi* table aat Mr Brown. Mr* Brown, Mrs Andrews tho village milliner, Black the baker, Jurdou carpenter, and Hadley tho floor and Inm'-er merchant. Brown took out of hi* pocket-book ten-dollar note, and handed it Mr* Brown, raying : Here

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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

23 Nov 1911

Again I thank you from the bottom of my heart for your kindness. (Loud applause.) Ths Laird sad His Family. Mr Hector Ross, banker, in giving the toast of The Laird and Other Members of the Ardroes Family, said the people of Alness were a singularly

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