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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

6 Oct 1934

minister, the tables were kindly provided by the following ladies:—Mrs R. Black, Miss Ballany, Mrs Wm. Bryson, Miss Bulloch, Miss K. Busby, Mrs B. Benn, Miss S. Comrie, Misses L. and M. Comrie, Mrs T. Couper, Miss Annan Couper, Miss L. Crawford, Miss Erskine

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

21 Dec 1918

Inglis & Smith ; Mr Turner and Mr Johnston of Messrs. Morgan & Co. ; Mr P. Salmond, Mr' Cairns land Mr Maxton, etc. The soloists were Miss Johnston, with Messrs. W. &A. Johnston ; Mr W. R. Morrison with Messrs. Henderson Bros. ; Mr M‘Kenzie, with Messrs

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

22 Nov 1924

The chorus on this occasion will number 80 voices, and the soloists will be Mrs Laird, soprano; Miss Meda Callander, contralto; Andrew Hendry, tenor; and Mr Alex. Masterton, bass. Three of the “General” omnibuses will requisitioned to convey the party

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

30 Apr 1910

these words. But I tell you it’s the truth, Mr. Laird. She’s ’’ But did not conclude his sentence, for at that moment the girl re-entered the room saying; Wouldn’t you like to walk round the garden, Mr. Laird? Dad will come also. It't shame to sit in

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

5 Nov 1927

Thursday evening, Mr John Hastings presided over large attendance. The speaker for the evening was Mr P. M. Moir, Edinburgh, who delivered inspiring address on “Liberalism and the Co-operative Movement.” Referring to the Labour policy, Mr Moir said that

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

7 Jun 1849

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. WILLIAM GILLESPIE, Ladies' .And Gentlemen's FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, BEGS to inform his numerous Friends and the Public that he has Removed from Mr Buchan's Premises St. Mary's Wynd, to that central and commodious Shop, 99, Baker

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

28 Aug 1954

organised by Mrs Howden. Mrs M'Gill and Mrs Nicol took place in the Torwood Foundry Canteen on Wednesday evening. Twenty-two tables were occupied and the Cardmaster was Mr John Howden. The prizes, won by Mrs Laird, Mrs Arundel Mrs Spalding. Mrs Paterson.

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

28 Jul 1870

were the offspring of his brother's second marriage with ihe sister of his first wife, Sir Themas executed a deed by which he directs his trustees to entail the estate of Westquarter on his grandnephew and eventual heir of line, Mr Fenton Livingstone, the

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

21 Jul 1870

heir of the Earls of Erroll and Kilmarnock still holds his unattainted earldom, and his great office of Lord High Constable of Scotland, in virtue of his descent from Lady Margaret Livingstone, his direct ancestress, the only surviving child of James,

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

30 Jul 1870

offspring his brother's second marriage with the sister of his first wife, Sir Thomas executed a deed by which he directs his trustees to entail the estate of on his grandnephew and eventual heir of line, Fenton Livingstone, the grandson his sister, Mrs Fenton

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

9 Apr 1927

Marie, Lady Stewart-Clark, the bride’s mother, Mrs Clarke; her aunt. Lady Wheeler; Miss Conran, the bridegroom’s aunt; Rev. Father Conran, uncle; Mr Dudley Stewart-Clark, Master Alan Stewart-Clark, and the Misses Betty and Rona Stevvart-Clark. Mr P. P.

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

6 Apr 1935

whom were friends of his schooldays. Sir Arthur again appeared to be in pain, but he continued to play until at the eighth tee he collapsed, still holding his club in his hands. He died before medical assistance could be summoned. Mr Arthur Steel- Maitland

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

24 Mar 1909

Miss Bennett, Miss M‘Farlane, Miss Maxwell, Mr J. Boyd. Mr P. Oowian, Mr H. A. Stark, Mr George Clark, and Mr John Johnston. FALKIRK AUCTION MART.—At the weekly sale of fat stock Messrs Thomas Binnie’s, Limited, on Tuesday, the supplies consisted of 114

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

23 Jul 1870

the heir of the Earls Erroll and Kdmarnock still holds his unattainted earllorn, and his great office of Lord High Constable of Scotland, in virtue of his descent from Lady Margaret Livingstone, his direct ancestress, the only surviving child James, Earl

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

18 Nov 1950

Whyte; 2, Mrs A. Morrison: consolation, Miss Betty Davy. Gentlemen —1, Mrs Plenderleith; 2. Mr J. Cramb; consolation. Mrs A. Campbell. Dominoes —l, Mrs Keir; 2. Mrs Pollock. Hostess prize, Mrs Stronach. The votes of thanks to Mr and Mrs Woodburn were proposed

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

12 May 1917

Dumbarton Road. _ ,jq Mr John Brown, BoJicitoT> Barmen Street. . Mr M. Cochran. Bank of . Meesrs Morrison A Taylor, BRIDGE OF ALLAN—Mr Edward Irviue. of Scotland Bank. BALFRON—Mr David G. Lvall. BUCBLLYVIE—Mr Jas. B. Gibb. CAItLANDER Mr A. A. John* tone,

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

2 Dec 1852

THE RAIL WITH THE LAIRD OF LOGAN. The Laird of Logan, our witty friend, has taken to the rail, like all the rest of the world, and an excellent companion he makes. Mr Robertson the spirited publisher, has fitted him out neatly for his journey; and by the

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

7 Jan 1922

himself to be. Dressed in a grey tweed suit and a rainproof, the only sign of his pretensions as lessee of an estate was his heather mixture tweed hat of approved sporting cut. Mrs Williams and her daughter entered the Court shortly before the proceedings

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Kilsyth Chronicle

Kilsyth Chronicle Stirlingshire, Scotland

4 Apr 1913

household. (Applause.) Mr David Bonnie, Mcadowsidc, in happy stylo called ou the company to drink the health of the young laird-. The toast received musical honours. Lieutenant Cadcll acknowledged the toast in sentence of gratitude. Mr J. Duncan, Kilsyth

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

15 Apr 1914

CRAIQIBHALL AND ITS LAIRDS . announced that the King has appointed Mr Edward James Hopc-Vere be one of the Second Secretaries His Majesty’s Diplomatic Service. Thw gentleman the eldest son and ji©ir Colonel J. C. Hope-Vea*o of and Blackwood. The beautiful

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