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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

11 May 1933

other trustee was Mr C. B. McCall, who front his position was debarred from holding • licence. Mr Walter Murray, who had already conducted the business during the period Mr Mack was indisposed, would continue to manage the premises for Mr Sutherland. at

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Hawick News and Border Chronicle

Hawick News and Border Chronicle Roxburghshire, Scotland

23 Aug 1912

sneakers might feel that Mr Ben Tillett, and Mrs I’ankhurst, and Mr Booar Law wore sadly need of some reproof for advocating method* violence, but lie would ask them to restrain their sentiments that no one's feelings might injured on hi* occasion. (Applause

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

25 Jul 1913

essential, when you have a eathreet of unusual oat- en writing is Mr Barri. that the sees before his wee mot one of nature re- writing. Illiseil—That strikes me as one of the goodies* of the ease. Mr Berrie said it wan • common experience in partisanships. In

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

12 Oct 1901

president, Mr Gideon Putt of Knowesouth ; vice-presidents, Mr Jas. Dodd. Ruma°, Pottage; and Mr Robert Cunningham, Branxhohne ; representative members, Mr James Laidlaw rind Mr James Veitch; (+apish), Itev. J. J. Drumtuoud ; treasurer, Mr Thomas Sitorot;

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

18 Jul 1891

Riddell, Hundalee ; Mr Frauds Kennedy, Officer of Incise; Mr William Alabon. High Street; Mr W. C. Stedman, Timpendeen ; Mr and Mrs H. J. Charters, Spring /doieut Mr and Mrs A. Walker, , The Dispensary; Mrs Aliddlemeas, Friars; Mrs Veitch, Mr James Veitch,

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

22 Jun 1878

came by • bye-path in the wood in sight of the solitary wayside inn. He carried • stout oaken endl in his hand, ad hi. tread was firm and mealy, for his bosom with feelings of pride and settsfactieo. Recollecting ma he did the imamca he hal to submit to

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

12 Sep 1874

under 1150,000. The testator gives to his executors, Mr. Waterermad Mr. Young, £250 each; to Ms site SO sad his property in the parish of Rydo for life, or until her future marriage ; and legaciew to members of his family. As to the residue of Ma properly

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

1 Sep 1922

)line.); 2, J. Armstrong, Flea. 100 Yds. Single Ladies' Handicap--1, Chrissie Newmill; 2, M. Crozier, Harwood; 3. M. Daktleish, 43oldielands. Married Ladies' Handicap-1, Mrs Scott, Colterscleuch Tollbar ; 2, Mrs Stewart. Lochhornfoot. Invitation School Relay

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Hawick News and Border Chronicle

Hawick News and Border Chronicle Roxburghshire, Scotland

16 Nov 1934

Jacques; ’celli—Mr M. Edmondson. A.C.V., Mrs Kitchen, and Mr B. Smith; viola. Mr \V. S. Robertson; flute. Mr D. Wishart; contra bass, Mr T. Jolly and Mr (harles Clegg; clarinet. Mr G. Going; oboe. Mr J. Welch; pianos—Mr E. Pickles. FJS. and Mr \V. Shannon:

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

1 Apr 1937

4)-92;. Mr A. T. Dalt being second with 100 (less 4)-96. There were nine coinpetitors. We regret to have to announce the death Mr Anthony Dodds, registrar of Hawic.k and for many years headmaster of Buceleuch Public School, which took place at his residence

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

24 Jul 1925

following ladies : St Boswells stall—Mrs Miss Ballantyne, Oaklea; Mrs Thomson, The Manse; Miss Thom. son, Molehill; and Miss Dickson. Bowden stall —Mrs U.F. Manse; Miss Haddon, Miss Brown, and Mrs Dodds. Newtown stall—Miss Maealister, Mrs Laing, Mrs Kerr,

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Kelso Chronicle

Kelso Chronicle Roxburghshire, Scotland

7 Jun 1850

Paterson) .returned thanks to Dr. Daff, Mr. Anderson of Madras, Mr. Nesbit Bombay, and Mr. Rajahgopaol, lor their Übonrs in India. The missionaries from India wars then commended tu God in prayer Dr. Forbes Qlaacow. Mr. Dnnlop said the business of the Assembly

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Hawick News and Border Chronicle

Hawick News and Border Chronicle Roxburghshire, Scotland

24 Jul 1936

s by Mrs Spittal Tower. The following is a list of the stalls and their attendants and assistants: Work stall—Mrs Hugh Leadbetter (convener). Mrs Watherston, Mrs 1). Gordon. Mrs Anderson. Mrs Purves, Mrs Murdie. Miss Armstrong. Produce stall Mrs Green>hields

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

2 Nov 1923

opinion. (Applause.) His outstanding intelleetnual gifts, his untiring energy and perseverance, and over forty years of continuous public service to his fellow countrymen, were all valuable assets to him now in the discharge of his onerous duties. (Hear

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

21 Nov 1913

made his first appearance as a criminal advocate in defence of a poacher. His client was acquitted, and gratefully stated his intention of sending his advocate • hare the next day. This is like the story told by a well•knowu Hawick solicitor. His client

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

16 Aug 1879

Linthill ; Mr Andrew R. Oliver, Thonsweod ; Mr Thomas Tornball, solicitor • Mr John Oliver, solicitor ; Mr W. Haddon, solicitor ; Mr John Oliver, jun., solicitor ; Mr David Watson ; Mr J. R. Carmichael, solicitor • Mr H. S. Moffatt, Hawick; Mr T. L Watson

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

8 Jan 1892

before be made up his mind to give his services in the Legislature —so, whenever Mr Childers retirement was announced, we at once concluded that Mr Chalmers would snatch our much prized one from us. We understand it is only because of Mr Shaw's strong attachment

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

21 Mar 1913

were—Mr Walker, Nisbet Mill ; Mr Illackett, Nisbet ; Mr Scott, Nisbet Mill Mr Mr Tirol:nag Thomson, Harden • Mr Rutherford, Fleisher ; Mr Pringle. Mombernford ; Mr William Riddell, Cappack ; Mr John Rutherford. Millbesigh ; Mr Currie, Nisbet ; Mr Andrew

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Hawick News and Border Chronicle

Hawick News and Border Chronicle Roxburghshire, Scotland

14 Aug 1931

the locality during his residence, with Wattie Wight of Cavers West Lodge, and the ground was a measure prepared, and certainly the people responded to thd invitation to the Tent. I had the pleasure of meeting the young laird,” Mr Palmer Douglas, at

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

7 May 1909

era. lag. There • preaent—Mr John Lana, Clainarac Mr J. Maclean, Mr C. S. Irvine, Mr R. Vetteh, Mr A. P. D. Mar, and Mr J. Utrachari ; and Mr John M'Doscall, Clerk to the laird. An 'landau kw Almeria' Ira re. aired from Mr W. Tarahull. The officer's

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