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  • County: Selkirkshire, Scotland
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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

21 Feb 1907

indisposition, his place as chief mourner was taken his eldest son, Mr Henry Borthwick, Borthwick Castle. The others were Messrs A. E. Borthwick and i)r A. W. Borthwick (nephews), Mr Melville Dundas (cousin), Mr 0. (brother-in-law), Mr D. J. Mactie of

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

22 Jun 1911

Grieve, evening, and Taylor as•ur*a his f*Uow craftsmen not only his hut by his bearing that ha would provs sncesssoi fo a long of able Stand- Aa 11 * *•« <* the Hammermen. Mr D. who ia the nimt, has every credit by his performance, and Join hint in ta

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

26 Sep 1907

Whitehope; Mr William Clark, Blackhope; Mr A. Sim, Meggathead; Mr Robert Beattie, Foulshiels; Mr J. Lillie, Ladhope; Mr James Mitchell, Henderland; Mr Thomas Wilson, Harehead; Mr W. J. Grieve, Carterhaugh; Mr William Douglas, Catslackburn; Mr James Calder

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

7 Dec 1905

Barr— Va««a. Mr and Mrs James Bell—Silver Inkstand. Mr aud Mrs Hosklns Master Hilver peppermlll. Mrs H. Lynch and Miss Cane fruit spoons. Mr and Mrs 11. Aikmau—Cane of antique silver spoous. Col. aud Mrs Willoughby Wray—Flower staud. Mr and Mrs Darroch—fruit

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

24 Sep 1908

Elibank, M.P.; Mr ff. Strang Steel, Philipbaugh; Mr Somerville, Bonnyrigg; Mr D. Fraser. Edinburgh; MitohelL Henderland; Mr Hamilton, Nesbit; Mr Thorburn, Mr Mitchell, West Loch; Mr Ben Tudliope, Eddleston; Mr Johnstone, Chapelhope; Mr R. Elliot, Stanley

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

9 Feb 1928

St. Mery’s Aisle. Marshal’* plumed hat, and two N.C.O.’a the same regiment carried his sword and baton. Lady Haig and her two elder daughters, Lady Alexandra Haig and Lady Victoria Haig, followed, their deep mourning relieved the scarlet symbol. Few eyes

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

20 Jun 1907

person in Mr George Smith. The colour was then gracefully handed into the custody of Mr George Smith, and Dan retiring left his successor to face the music. Mr Smith's speech was a model of brevity and comprehensiveness. Mr Deacon, ladies and gentlemen

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

4 Oct 1906

of the ladies all their grandeur, who, with cheerful alacrity, attended the wants (lie company, and provided the indispensable and refreshing cup tea. Amongst those present were Mrs and Miss I'ritty, Mrs and Miss l.idderdale, Mrs Younger, Mrs Mitchell

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

5 Nov 1908

remains the grave. Mr Hall is survived by his widow, four daughters (one whom is Mrs M'Arthur, of United Free Church; one Mrs Lumsden, Galashiels; third Mrs Cartwright, Galashiels; Miss Hall residing under the home rooftree), and two sons —Mr James and Alexander

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

25 Sep 1941

beautifully situated haugh between Tweed and Ettrick. The venue was ideal, and the genial laird. Major C. H. Scott Plummer, was a kindly host. He and his good lady were among the most active and happy of the large company, all bent on making an effort for

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

29 Jul 1926

Broun Poison. Ltd., Pai. LAIRD 01 OTTERBURN f.VIF. MR T. S. PEARSON MIDDLEMAS'I news the passing, Thursday morning, of Mr 'lliomas Scott Pearson, of Otterburn and Buchtrig, cast gloom over the districts of Morebattle and Hownaui. Mr Pear.-on, who was particularly

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

28 Jun 1906

leaving his boon companions he with a sinking heart entered the church, gained the laird's jiew, took his awl and drove home to the handle, lie then made have, but the held him firm and fast. Poor Souter! His hair rose end; his heart sank; his senses left

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

3 Nov 1910

young man, and his lecture tour has attracted splendid audiences in all the principal towns in England and Scotland. Dickens has a fine platform manner, and the retailing of his reminiscences of his father and his famous contemporaries, with his readings from

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

29 May 1919

South of Scotland Hummer f Commerce, i flail-I;- hi- relict ■ • •' - I •' * ML'.NRO WORK IN PARLIAMENT. Ni;i:i> fit INTLI.I.HiKNT *«alaehiels Friday evening. Mr S|MII:SC. llohkirk. Hawick, presided, and Mr M. View article

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

20 Dec 1934

and Lady Grierson, Treasurer Brown, Edinburgh; Provost and Mrs Mercer, Galashiels; Mayor Herriot, Benvick-on-Twccd; Provost Wells Mahon, Jedburgh; Provost and Mrs Scott. Kelso; Provost Paterson, Eyemouth; Sheriif Blades, K.C., and Mrs Blades; Mr Thomas

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

19 Mar 1925

saw the laird's daughter coming, and, straightening his back, came to meet her without, however, waiting put his coat or his hat. Good morning, John. Good morning, Miss Fiona. My hands are not very grand to be shaking hands with a lady. Good

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

19 Jul 1923

grounds of Kailzi* House, where Mr and Mrs Cree were presented by Lady Mtnto, and then the tour was continued along the south bank of the Tweed to Traquair. At Traquair House their Majesties were received the Laird Traquair, Mr Arthur Constable Maxwell- Stuart

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

26 Nov 1942

Prizes went —lst ladies, a pyrex dish, Miss Mitchell; 2nd ladies. Miss Betty Angus, egg cups; 3rd ladies. Miss Mamie Hogg, photo of King and Queen and family; consolation prize. Agnes Renwick; longest sitter, Mrs Dickson; lucky number, Mrs Edmunds; highest

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

5 Oct 1933

strong, and was won by Mr J. W. Paterson, Kirtlebead, Waterbeck, with his pair by lMr Scott. Milsington, was runner-up with his third prize winners Hawick. Mr James Scott. Overhall. Hawick

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

16 May 1918

and Lady Glcnconncr were received Oapt. C. B. Balfour and Colonel Hunter Autonsliill, Vice-Convener. They were accompanied Lady- Nina Balfour, and Sir Richard Waldie- Griffith. Among those who sent apologies for absence were the Hon. Joseph and Mrs ' Maxwell

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