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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

16 Aug 1929

wells; Mr and Mrs John Clayy, Chi and Mrs J. R. C. Cowan, Edin Mrs W. 8. Douglas, Msinhouse; r month Darling, W.S., Kelso; Mr G. F Whitehill, Gordon; Mr A. H. Eck& wells; Miss Erskine, Grey House; The Anchorage; Miss C. Henderson, dens, Bowden; Mr and Mee

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

12 Sep 1913

Dusoirlark, lady Eliott of Stela, Capt. awl Lady Nina Balfour. Lady Binning, Lady laidlaw, Viscount and Vieeountesa Brackley, Lady Romney Fairfax, Lady Usher of Wells, Lady 'aura Smolt, Mrs Wauchopo of Niddrie, Mrn Oliver of Lechside, Mrs Heron-Maxwell

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

14 Oct 1882

mar bd. She Mr. 'tavern in the Mtn ; uotbitig more cad be toiled up suddenly into the kbelly (Me Will you done fur toe litte one. and I have stroogl hopes that ! et'd:.'ert.i.i'e'yt4hinalei el:l7ixota I..'lr.h‘a.ri:l.”%r‘i:illeit': hi.!Elliiteenaltr7wb

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

2 Jan 1936

COMING.OF-AGE AT WOLFELEE. Eldest Son of Sir Gilbert and Lady Eliott. Tenants and Employees Entertained. To celebrate the coming of age of their eldest son mud heir, Mr Arthur Eliott, Sir, Gilbert end Lady Eliott, of Slobs and Wolfelee, entertained the tenants

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

28 Jan 1937

oration on the Poet by Mr John H. Chalmers. The Chairman was Mr Alex. Charters and the croupiers Mesas John Bell, David Lyon, William Rae, Donald Gordon, Thomas Patterson, and David Scott. The Chieftain was piped in by Mr John Brennan, and addressed

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

17 Feb 1911

were as follows : —Ten Croon Hoggs-1, Mr John Robson, Southtlean Glebe ; 2, Mr John Wallace, Southdean Mill 3, Mr Andrew Telfer, Roundabout` Ten Half-Bred Ifoggs I, Mr John Robson ; 2, Mr Thomas Scott, Newmill ; 3, Mr . Andrew Telfer THE Lsr• Csvott Nmug

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Hawick News and Border Chronicle

Hawick News and Border Chronicle Roxburghshire, Scotland

2 Jun 1950

of ‘The Comet, Mr Scott said that as non-Teri he considered it an honour that he had been elected president of the Mosstroopers’ Club. They were sure Comet Crosby would carry out his duties with honour to himself, his family and his lass. The chairman

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

10 Apr 1940

Aitken; lady playing as gent., Miss J. Laird. Cient.'s—l, A. P. Bonglas; 2, J Darling; 3, J. Stewart; consolation, B. Patterson. The spotlight waltz was won by Mr end Mrs Tait. The prises were to be presented by Mrs Frances Wilson, Broomlands. but unfortunately

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

13 May 1893

metier, and that he was to report how his Miileioll The Laird defers gratifying his curiosity until n had succeeded as soon as he came back from Munk. more fitting occasion. Ile sense enough for that. wow, the Laird remarked, by way of utter-thought-- The

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Hawick News and Border Chronicle

Hawick News and Border Chronicle Roxburghshire, Scotland

2 Dec 1921

doctor’s house, and was the laird himself who knocked there. The doctor’s elderly wife responded to the laird’s belated tattoo. Wiahart at homel Bid him come out with me at once,* was Mr Falconer's unceremonious summons. Something in his face and manner forbade

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

22 Sep 1900

The Marquis thrust his sis!er's letter again into his pocket, and supported his half-fainting wife into the grand old hall. closing the door behind them. Then the eavesdropper rose from his crouching position, and, after rubbing his benumbed limbs, glided

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

8 Nov 1929

of St Vincent Parish. Mr Livingston was prawn* with a wallet containing Treasury miles. Mrs Livingston and Master Stewart Moo received gifts from the The Chairman, Mr ()oldie, the regret of all at the loss of Mr and also Mrs Livingston, who was ghly

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

20 Jun 1935

employed by the Laird of Carers and his brother, Captain Douglas, who resided at Ilidshiels, to transport them on his back across the water which Sowed between their pieces of abode. One day Captain Douglas bribed !Sandy to drop the Laird in the middle

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

27 May 1893

obliterate all traces of them and his crime. Bruce tlggletun felt quite at his ease. lie lay bask ea the soft cushions , and twisted his whiskers with his fingers . , as well pleased with himself he was proud of his hirsute appendages, and little dreaming

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

2 May 1913

that they saw Mr Scott at his beet at a sale of work. or ewes the Paco works—wbere he was very good—but if they wished to see hies at his very best—fa voice— the bowling green let them go to the bowling green, where they would see Mr Scott skipping

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

26 Oct 1938

to go round, and to the ladies who did not get married he extended his deepest sympathy. (Laughter.) A SLOGAN. Miss Laird pointed out that es the majority of women were unmarried they could not be held to share in the happiness Mr Lest Speaker talked

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

11 Sep 1891

on Friday last in Mr Lure commodiousiroom—Mr Wood, sloe-president occupied the chair. A paper was read on ornamental gramme, - by Mr M, Laird. nurseryman, Edinbargb. After dealiug with the many seas them jreeem might be put to Mr Laird enumerated all the

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

17 May 1934

given by Mr J. B. Richardson, for puppies, was won by Mr George Dun's John of Wedale, and the cup was presented to Mr Dun by Mrs G. W. B. Hood, Rillmount. Mr Dun, Mr James nestle, and Mr J. B. Richardson were also winners of special prises. Mr James Garrow

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

13 Aug 1926

the Mint., players, sod the ladies who made end served the tea (Mrs Wallis. Mrs tialluway. and Mrs McVittie) were at the dose accorded a cordial vote thanks oo the call of Mr J. W. Turnbull. Mr Turnbull. in the course of his remarks, referred to the recently

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Hawick News and Border Chronicle

Hawick News and Border Chronicle Roxburghshire, Scotland

10 Feb 1922

vegetable dishes. A condition which had caused much laughter in the kitchen. The laird took the head of the table; nobody was his vis-a-vis. The couples sat his right and on his left When the soup came in, Madge was glad to see that Basil showed no misgiving

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