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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

30 May 1889

the drawing-room, where Mrs Wardlaw, a faded lookii g lady, lay reclining on a couch. Did yon know. Mr* Wardlaw, that this place belonged to Captain Maxwell when you rented it? she aske i, sharply. Certainly, dear/' answered Mrs Wardlaw, with a slight

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

14 Nov 1935

Captain the Hon. and Mrs Claud Lambton, West newton; Mr George A. Mill (representing the Earl of Lauderdale); Mrs Speid-Soote (representing Lady Frances Osborne); Colonel Trotter, Charterhall; Mr G. Herbert, York; Mr H. K Trotter, Mr W. H. Askew Robertson

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

16 Jan 1936

Balfour himself. Mr Wood read telegrams from Lady Nina and Mr Archie Balfour, and one from Mr and Mrs John Balfour, who at present are in Budapest, greeting the estate people and wishing them a prosperous New Year. On behalf of the employees. Mr Wood thanked

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

25 Aug 1932

Rankleburn Kirk fell into disuse after the transference to Rranxholm of the residence of the Lairds of Buccleuch, many of the early lairds of which house were buried in the churchyard. Knurr Stone Cnoss. It is to be hoped that interest will Inrenewed in

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

23 Aug 1934

T.ord and Lady Alastair limes Kcr. Miss dean Times Ker. Colonel and I ndv Evelyn Collins, and Mr Arthur Collins. T.adv rsula Manner'. Lady Elizabeth Paget, the lon. l.avinia Strutt. Miss Primrose. Mr E. -L Cuthhertson. Mr Henry Harnett. Mr C.. \ Murray

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

30 Nov 1933

office-bearers were appointed —President, Mrs Chalmers: vice-presidents, Miss Barrie and Mrs Douglas; secretary, Mrs Marjoribanka: treasurer, Mrs Young: committee. Mrs Brown. Miss Blackadder. Mrs Sinclair, Mrs Geraghty, Miss Beveridge, Miss Short, Miss

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

15 Aug 1929

Summers His Son He had finished his education with George Summers: hut. added Mr Clay with a merry, kindly twinkle in his eye. perhaps the less said about him the lit tier. (Laughter.) He might get a swelled head, and that would bad thing for the Hunt

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

14 Mar 1912

Society, gain , all r>und his society becomes appioved. , Hi< original payment i» 6Jhis secretary that that em«U must cover the Gov eminent scheme, v iz., a Government stamp 1 j from his employer, and 2id cash his F.S t seci«-tary. He

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

1 Feb 1917

calling him up, but claimed that his request be sustained. Mr Wilson said he needed mechanic, his own time was fully taken up with the surgical part. Exempted till end of February. Mr M. G. Thorbum appealed on behalf of his mercantile clerk, age 24, single

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

3 Sep 1914

or I *ii. oh. s.riii-111 ' ll'li .1 Willi ttipi'.l th.i' . 'hi ,-«iMl tr.'in h:.- 1 Hi..t with u:'.«a«v 1; til • »iii!'ri» :i.-.' Hi* ' . 1-e S'M ' Tho ' !•- K-.-r.i_ . ant rattled iluma'H his • M lies.! he v..: '•'■ c-n View article

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

6 Apr 1939

BORDER LADY Late Mrs Heiton of Darnick The Borderland has lost a fine personality by the passing of Mrs Catherine Heiton of Darnick Tower, Melrose. She has died in Edinburgh after a long illness. Mrs Heiton was the only daughter of the late Mr W. H. Dunn

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

29 Dec 1910

platform was erected the the Post Office Miller's), and here Lord llinto, his arrival from Hawick, was presented with an addreas of The spokesman was the genial laird Cavers, Mr Archibald Palmer Douglw. After that the procession moved on for Mmto, and

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

17 Jun 1875

cautious officer did not however rap, but, afraid lest his debtor should make his escape, he jumped lightly from his horse, and hastened into the house. When we heard him open the outer door, and his footsteps approaching along the entry, our hearts fainted

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

9 Dec 1909

church soiree a crowded hall, where the ladies were predominant. The speaker was a bright young man of the Metlnxlist persuasion, who was ex Initiating the lxiwerftil influence of woman in the home, but lie wandered his grand jieroratioii. At the critical

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

18 Feb 1932

Jedburgh; Mrs Maxwell, Misses Ford and Thorburn; Mr Smart. Mrs Huntei played the accompaniments with skill and sympathy. The Countess was heartily thanked on the call of Mrs Hunter, while Miss Rutherford proposed a similar compliment the artistes Mrs Xicbol

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

6 Jan 1916

DEATH OF LADY BOYD OF MAXPOFFLE. The death is announced at the age 38 years of Lady Boyd of Maxpofile, widow of the late Sir John Boyd, who was Lord Provost Edinburgh. 1883-91. During the time her husband's Provoetehip Lady Boyd took deep interest in

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

29 May 1924

three baronets. Lady Naesmyth married her cousin, the Rev. Ernest Bevan, who died in 1915. One of her sisters married the late Mr Campbell-Colquhoun of Killermont and Garscadden, Dumbartonshire, and Lady Naesmyth was the the present laird of these properties

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

9 Dec 1920

deducted. The various tentative schemes had been remitted Mr John home tor report, and the auditors hail found liirn em lilted a lee of £B4. As the scheme was charity, however, would not any fee. The laird I'residenl said the account sub milled for approval

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

10 Nov 1910

and Mr and Mrs S. Strang Steel, and a must enjoyable time was spent in the pleasures of the dance. Mr W. Strang Steel also present. During the evening the toast of Mr and Mm 8. Strang Steel waa again enthusiastically pledged, being proposed Mr and

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

15 Jan 1880

Dr Somerville; Ex-Bailie Cochrane, Mr Francis Lynn, Mr Ralph Duun, Melrose. Mr John Turnbull and Mr George Lewi*’ Selkirk. The Chairman, in introducing the hon. gentleman, said he had again come amongst them in order that he might speak to them on matters

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