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  • County: Stirlingshire, Scotland
  • For Years: 1900 - 1949
  • Type: Illustrated

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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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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

11 Jun 1940

Sauchieburn. Private Jack Shorthouse, son of Mr and Mrs G. Shorthouse, Milnholm House, Sauchieburn, Stirling, has been killed in action with the B.E.F. Intimation to this effect was received by his family on Wednesday. His father is manager of the Howietoun Northern

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

30 Aug 1924

during the late Mr Forbes’s time and the present Mr Forbes’a, and he was to give them his experience—the same experience as the other speakers had testified, to. In all their difficulties he never met a finer gentleman than the late Mr Forbes when they

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

12 Aug 1933

insignia of office. Hardly had his Grace taken his seat than he _ rose from it. A 92-year-old lady, Mrs Smith, Grahamsdyke Street, Laurieston, who had journeyed to the Fair ground, had asked that the Duke stand beside her and have his photograph taken and to

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

6 May 1933

course of his leisure time. Complimentary inferences to the former stationmaster were made by Mr Blair, Black, Mr Robertson, Mr W. Jack, Mr Wm Cunningham yard inspector, Mr Cook, Mr A. M'Aulay, yard foreman, and Mr G. Harvey, goods guard. Mr Livingston

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

18 Jan 1911

have not seen eye to eye with him politically. Mr Taft, however, saved the situation by issuing a dignified explanation cf his Ir'gli regard for Mr Roosevelt. Tie President showed that unauthorised use of his name had been .do by Vice-President Sherman.

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

6 Jun 1914

when it was written in a charter in the year 1507, that the first' Lord Elphin stone and his spouse, Elizabeth Barlow, an English lady who had been a favourite Lady Waitiaig at Court, received Royal favour a grant of the Barony of Craigfotrth, with the

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

20 May 1911

and Cromarty, at his residence, Frognal, Hampstead, alter brief illness. Mr Weir was taken suddenly ill Tuesday, but his indisposition was not regarded as serious until Tnuradav morning, it >yjis asccrtJtinixi tiiat lie had a stroke. Mr Weir, who was born

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Kilsyth Chronicle

Kilsyth Chronicle Stirlingshire, Scotland

16 Aug 1907

, H.E. and N.W. StirUngshire, and the information Mr Turner.gives about this group in the following extract froul his paper will doubt interest our readers. In 1156 and later, we learn that the laird Buchanan was in the habit of paying part of the Crown

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

31 Aug 1907

time, his round, rubicund visage was picture of joviality and robust health; but the horrifying discovery the road had chased the blood from his cheeks, and given his eyes haggard expresaien, while the storm had sorely ruffled his waving hair. His hand

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

31 Mar 1914

hobble it is!” his bewilderment the laird’s thought used that rough boyish word;. What Frank died . Clearly the “credit the family lay the mercy of this quiet man, searching his face with little display of loverly anxiety. _ The laird reflected that with

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

10 Mar 1914

parley. The doctor ran out, and the laird drew him into the garden, and in five plain words hissed into his ear he stated the need. The doctor rushed back into his house, snatched up his plaid and surgical case, and waving his wife aside with the curt explanation

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

11 May 1901

Grahamston Ciubs. Secretary (Mr Wm. intimated apologies for absence from and Mr* ii. Bolton, East | Mr and Mrs George Sherritf, Caircmvale; Mr and Mrs W. D. Gillies, House ; and Mrs Aitken, Glenbervle; and Mrs Pryde. Larbert, etc. Mr J. Cameron Walker, president

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

26 May 1914

superscription To Nathan. Jacobs, or Kevork Thomassiom, Franz Ritz, * At Mr Hay’s Shoemaker, Inchharra The wily old postman watched) his prey. The stranger looked' at Sandy’s impassive face. His own had grown white and: tremulous. “Being the three names,” said

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

23 Jun 1914

said the laird as scribbled his not© to his daughter. I ask him only for form’s sake—'and I’ll put it that is sure to consent. ” As they sallied forth they saw Basil Siminoff in the avenue, and when he heard their voices he awaited them. Mr Falconer

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Kilsyth Chronicle

Kilsyth Chronicle Stirlingshire, Scotland

3 Jan 1913

May Edmonds proved a clever little Highland dancer. Mr Wm. Esplin was the piper. The orchestra comprised Mrs Hutton, piano; Mr Allan Pinkerton, cornet; Mr John Anderson and Mr Robert Marshall, violins; Mr William Dawson, 'cello. Tne solo singing was a special

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

28 Apr 1914

prosper, gin puts his hand to a thing, hut my gettirr,’ in. mak’s feel my responsibility.” “The laird was doom votin’,” remarked somebody. It was gude o’ to trouble, ’ said Mrs Hay. “Frae a’ ane hears hasna his sorrows seek.” “The man’s got his duties do for

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

18 Oct 1933

R.A.M.C., and Mrs Maclauchlan, Denny; Lieut. Cochrane, R.C.S., Stirling. There were also present —Ex-Provost and Mrs J. K. Shanks, Denny; and Mrs J. M’Laren, Denny; ex-R.-S.-M. J. C. Baldwin, M.S.M., Denny; Mr and Mrs J. L. Watson, Mrs Smillie, Denny;

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

3 Nov 1923

church choir the organist of the church. Mr J S Mac- sal ® open. . Mr* Sherrill apologised for the (soloist, Mr W. Richmond) and Mr G, D. douald .‘‘The Souls of the Ri’trhtcoug'are in the absence of his mother, .Mrs Sherrill, who, he Gillies,'L-Mus.L.C.M

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