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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

21 Sep 1899

which greeted the laird and his company when they arrived at Glencassley on Monday. At an early hour of the morning Mr Gilmour. Mr and Mrs Smith. Glasgow ; Miss Pratt, Mr A. H. Mackay, factor to Mr Gilmour ; Mr Pratt, assistant factor; and Mr Graham overseer

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

10 Aug 1900

party was met by Rtv. Mr Chalmers, who, on behalf of the community, extended hearty welcome the laird and bit lady. Ha said that they were ell of one mind there in giving hearty and cordial welcome homo to their good friends, Mr and Mrs Urqahart. (Cheers)

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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

3 May 1906

Violet and Aline Munro and Master Hector Munro; Mr and Mrs Mackenzie of Dundonnel ; Mr and Mrs Firth, Inverlaul ; and other ladies and gentlemen. Sir John expressed his personal regret that Mr Fred Fowler, his great-uncle and friend, who had been connected

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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

15 Jan 1903

Tb• Laird•s Health. Colonel Mact.Exerte, Achnasoul, who was croupier. said the toast which he had the honour to propose was one which they would drink to most enthturiatti. ally—it was to the health of the laird of Fairbarn and his lady. (Applause.) Mr

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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

4 Jan 1900

Ms Kr bad bus on abs for bombed nod wse also glad to mos Mr Kenneth trim with his bid been as *be Tamils aloft means (Amason.) Mr Moe whowows bon sew Ma Gimps wry well, and be thought would Mr INmGb asigb elite, sad, = i restd pow well. Hs Mak as Io

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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

22 Feb 1900

Witham bei., aid Mew the mid Om. lb% t mei Made Mee. ;hoed. dose nage it ail t Mr Pew amieder al time Guard et arms ; Mr M.a the Hempel is L• 111 ; Mr Mart KW d the Geed is Dane& ; Mr Inish. miaow el the Hopei et Crash. lad 16 Joie Mesee. et the Oesrel is the

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

19 Apr 1912

” ibid.) His mventorywas made and given np by M Margaret Boss, his relict spouse, only executrix dative decerned creditnx to the said defunct, in so far as by contract of marriage dated Xflth August, 109 S, between them, the said umqahile Mr William bound

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

16 Nov 1894

convey hie best wishes you all here this night, and his earnest desire is that all should enjoy themselves at his expense on the event of his attaining his majority—(applause)—and, in accordance with his request, I trust you shall nil spend happy night.

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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

25 Feb 1897

Property of Mr H. R. Macrae, Chines- Princes. Pauline Mr Webster, Portsoy Property of Mr Gtor-„u Middleton, Corntown- Lady Annette-Mr Anderson, nallachraggan . Property of Mr Win. Peterkin, Dunstan,- Victorine 11.- Mr Thomson, Castleton . Pimierly of Mr Hugh

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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

27 Jan 1898

glowing terms of Mr Duncan's many good The OUTMAN acknowledged the compliment. Mr WALTZ Mumma' progiced the Minh of the croupier, Rev. Mr Fergueos. The rev. geatiesssa acknowledged. Mr A. Nasigh s tE:d the health of th e isereSery, mid Mr Ross Mr eon Logr of

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

12 Jan 1883

in the 64th year of age, and SBth of his ministry, having been ordained the pastoral charge of Ferrintoeh in 1774. Mr Calder was married to lady who was in every cause help-meet ” for him. She was eister to the Laird of Brodie, Mcrayehire, and woman exemplary

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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

16 Dec 1897

he disponed all hie effects to his younger brother, David. 5. David, born 22nd October, 1721. Ho had a bond of provision on same date as his brothers. By his wife, dated 9th July, 1744, he left all his effects to his brother Walter. 6. Angus ; (1). Pagg7

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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

15 Oct 1896

WANTED, every lAdy to write to the a. Colllolr. SaultTotowa& for PATTER NO of NEW DPloaf NA &w • I idk doub . le %kith ter Lo Win N. ROSS COY., • PUBLIBIIILRA DING WALL, will Le glad to forward any of the undermentioned BOOKS, on receipt of the peke mated

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

15 Mar 1901

populace. Mr Bigneld sooner entered his hotel than there waa great clamour for a speech. Mr Bignold considerately responded by addressing a few words to the vast gathering. TEE nUKEMTATIOV. The Rifle Drill Hall, woe crowded in every part when 7 p-m., Mr Bignold

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

4 Dec 1896

her appearances Mrs Monro received Most Enthusiastic Ovations. Mr and Mrs Whitehead opened the second part of the programme with selection of pianoforte music, which was admirably rendered. Mr W. Gordon gave “ The Laird o’ Cook pen in his own inimitable

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

19 Jul 1912

admlrabls gaate. (Mrs Oath) Mr Oowle, Buckle Mr Law, Dumbarton Davie, Slgaapon Brsmoer, Botha Hr Crawford Busby. Mr tad Mrs A Kaodonnld, ■gif ».• Mia leobel Macdonald, do Hite Maria Handonald, Timm (MnMaolaaatn) Mn CeapbaUaßd patty, Mr°&*n. Wait KilbrMe

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

13 Oct 1893

BBV. MB NICOIiSON AND HIS NEIGHBOURS. FAST LETTER. We have received the following from Rev. Mr Nicolson, Garve;—Snt,—You, Mr Editor, think you have smartly, but, I say, shabbily, pounced on me today’s Journal, having no sympathy with my grievances, but

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

8 Jun 1906

ropUad, aaid Mr aad Hta * ril *I«»n they «we Mr JoMph Bow, Commordal Hotel, Alsh(, propooad Muter Allas, tbs young laird. Ha *hal tbstimawonld toon eoaawlMn ho voold coyote atayin Atdraas. Tte UMtewasbtartily Mr T, D. Oill propoaad Mr and Mr* Cothbert and

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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

21 Nov 1901

DEATH OP TEI DOWAGER LADY FOWLER. INTIMATION has reached us of the somewhat sudden death of the Dowager Lady Fowler, of 3 Queensgate, Lona widow of the late Sir John Fowler, Bart: (of Btsemore), the eminent engineer. Lady Fowler, who had been in failing

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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

22 Apr 1897

LADIES. NDISI'ENSAIiLE those who desire a for al: olotruil lona .1,11 *arr.:lair:lk., :1.4k obi. enn.. insanity hi a lea hours) have honied the ill of hest l l, -1 Mtn. N.. hell! the ol.tinatt lanwh-as. awe, La t e retie tat la this Mr. Wit.aas, of

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