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  • County: Selkirkshire, Scotland
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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

13 Dec 1906

R. Borland, Yarrow; and the following members of Committee: —Mr John Scott ot Gala, Sheriff Smith, Mr George Roberts, Dandswall; Mr John Jeffrey, M.A., Selkirk High School; Mr W. Crichton, Mr W. Welsh, and D. C. Alexander, solicitor, secretary. LOBS ON

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

14 Oct 1915

on Peel Hill, near the Haining House, can be traced, and Selkirk people are evermore under a debt of gratitude to Mr Craig Brown for his two magnificent volumes, The History of Selkirkshire, which every leal-hearted Souter should make acquaintance with

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

13 Nov 1919

the minority, 12s 6-1; Mrs Baker, Mr Devlin, and Walsh. t!i» majority, reeommend Us; U'maUll die majority, <|iiatifii-d wav, 7s fid. ' tin the age limit point. Mrs Baker. M r Devlin, and Walsh recommend 65 years, and Thome and Mr Ilowntree recommend S5

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

22 Dec 1910

Bowerhope: Mr Root. Laidlaw, Rodono Cottage; Mr W. Donaldson, Rodono Hotel; Mr William Brydon, Annelshope; Mr Thos. Kirk, Ramsaycleuch; Mr James Nichol, Cruaalee; Mr Henry Scott, Midgebope; Mr Thos. Mitchell, jun.. How-ford; Mr Hugh Gall, Bengerburn; Mr Thos

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

3 May 1917

bowl presented by Mr J. P-onsor for puppiea bred by exhibitor was won by Mr R. Rae, with Waterwitch, a Dandie Dinmont bitch. Mr H. Amos, Hawick, secured first and special prizes with his collie dog. Buccleuch Laird. The judge was Mr George Davidson

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

5 Jul 1900

begin his . career, but it was not long until 110 removed j Jloughton-IG-Spring, Durham. During his leisure moments, when relieved from the cares aud worries of school lifo, he began to turn his thoughts in the direction of literature, and his first essay

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

26 Jul 1906

of Iht marriage. I'm si.,.vi a Nov Thursday Mr William Millar was presented by his fellow-workers in littrick Mills, <>n I Ik; occasion <>l his marriage, ivilli marble clock witli jelly spoons in rase for his bride. .Ii iiii.l'.i; Ni'lisk's Ivsitii ii:

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

27 Feb 1941

Roberts; 3. Mrs MacFarlane. Twenty- pullovers. 200 swabs. These canteens, rest rooms, etc., which Ladies —1, Mrs Vevers, 175; 2. Mrs Jas. nin lbs - groceries, etc., handed in by „ ' '.~gv ~~ . , are being provided up and down the Beattie, 172; 3. Mrs C Richardson

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

22 Jul 1909

either store his grain the elevators provided by Government, or if cotivenient to a centre and railway, the cheaper and lietter way to put his gram into the sjieciaLly constructed waggons provided and go straight the mar ket. This is what Mr Rutherford

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

25 Nov 1920

Border teachers the present time than Mr —and that deservedly so—because Mr Wilson in all his dealings with his fellow had always been most courteous and kind, and always ready to lend a helping hand. (Applause.) Mr Wilson, replying. made some critical

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

19 Feb 1920

having found ether employ- A by-fleet will take place in Anyßahire. owing Mr William flntherland. tha mamaer toe the county. having Iran appaintad Junior Lord of Ik# treasury in place Mr Godfrey Collins. iefigne>l. Whttslnrh. and soaeveseiy injured that ha

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

26 Jan 1933

National Hard and young I Burns replied in his epistle To Mrs Walter Seott met the house of Or. Adam Scot, (luidwife of auk hope House. Kox- wl.. - Sir Adam Ferpuson, borehshire beautiful pc-m in which voices his passionate love of Scotlann, lived later

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

19 Jun 1919

not profit tbr buitdrr. find cawidrration. Mr Mmm'a rrply the doar of amfemnor that hr thoroughly aware <4 difieultir* that eaiat whila araa onM not commit banaall anggaatinna which could not eoncrdr nUMilting hi* lolleague*. drew attention fart that i«

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

10 Nov 1910

including one for his prede tessor. the Rev. Mr Cousin. Mr and Mrs Prin gle. New stead, and quite recently a beautiful work art in memory of Mrs Cousin the authoress of that beautiful hymn. The sands ; f time are sinking. was also during his that other two

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

13 Sep 1928

hoy’s Waterproof Amissing.— At Hi- «'f Hawick School Management on Tuesday afternoon, a letter wjl- .id from Mr John Turnbull, 16 Lothian Sir- - a-King for a refund or leplacemenl 1-lack waterproof coat belonging to his was stolen from Wilton Public jc:

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

2 Feb 1928

not only in the vicinity of his home but thcoughout the whole of the Borderland. During the past few days eloquent tributes from all classes in the nation, and from the Allies, have been paid to his military genius, to his outstanding qualities which

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

5 Apr 1906

itie restlessness birds theapproacn the period migration. A lady acqttaiuti.li.-e my e«n characterises it as we periodical lever.' accordance with my conviction that every oue see and know his country, may excused for saying that the Orkney lslauds can

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

12 Oct 1944

officers of that regiment. Major Alexander Cochran, the young Laird, as we all knew him, whose death in action the whole community mourns. With our sympathy to his parents in their proud sorrow and to his widow in her early bereavement, we unite our thanks to

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Southern Reporter

Southern Reporter Selkirkshire, Scotland

29 Jul 1926

the laird of Mangerton who was the leader of tin/ Armstrongs Liddesdale, and little turther they reaehed the junction of Hermitage Water with the Liddle, where stood the residence of Willie of Westburntiat, who was captured night with some of his followers

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