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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

23 Sep 1886

missions?' of Woods and Forests mad th e proprietors. JOHN AND TUC LAIRD.-A certain laird has a Private Geo. Sutberland,77 Sere. . Herkes, 64 -On the grimed of the former, and ended in Mr Joint MORLIT remained the debate upon the man who often mixes thugs

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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

20 Dec 1883

have also to acknowledge special prises from Mr J. C. Bolton, M.P.; Colonel Murray of Polmaise; Mr Erskine of Cardross ; Mr W. S. Young, Knockhal. Bridge of Allan ; Mr John Galbraith, Croy . Cunningham ; Mr Macdonald, jeweller, Stirling, during the year

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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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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

18 Feb 1875

*“ ,r valuable combination to get Pepper's Quinine 1 from his memory , the whirt-Übl., its high as-o Iron Tonic, each bottle of which is carefully ■ stakes, absorbs his whole mind, and, so far his oienared with Chemically pure ingredients, and ability citonds

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

28 Jan 1888

a gait* That anemone, oboe the Laird and hie Birds bay nth their Hogh wed doss to Porkiest.. He berg snot the cros foe half boor, ors mad- ha are. Hogh made up to about to • him, hut to his neon Bat put his Roger to his lip, walnut t., I oh at him did

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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

14 Jan 1888

a mina amoral. on.. inmost Mr It Mr T. Merton, Mr it WI/woad, Mr K. Mn Thenne, Mr J. Shearer, Mann (24 Mr L Mt J. Tyller, Mr J. Weis,' * Mr W. new, Mown W. Allen (M. Mr J. Aedenow, Mr Ilene-nein, Mr J. Pace. Mr le. Tly.

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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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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

28 Oct 1875

ea-Bailie Barclay. Mr JOHN LENNt.I.—I second that. Mr Jsmas Kimura—l beg to propose Mr John M'Donald, cooper. The CRAIRMAN—Re does not belong to this Ward. Mr Ft.EßßS—That doesn't matter. The CHAIKXAN—IIe refused to stand for his own Ward. Mr D. GALasuax—l

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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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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

20 May 1886

Bs ram am' fest el Chß= bevies bees will bed Amy% add We his mews. beat Ms Win ambit be was bowel t be mod el Bs elder be W WM. to a at we Jaw en Me Ord% e s-'. A ND thee Bo tabus is his. Mr bird however. the but AND CALENDARS FOR 1887. DWI& when Menem*

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

17 Sep 1955

collar or bathroom windows attached Ladies’ Bootees 45/11 * Trousers 7/11 °sheepsliin ' Ladies’ Shoes Ladies’ Lumber Jackets 19/11 24/11 29/11 12/11 selection casuals or high Wm c olo S in ° f Gent’s Shoes Ladies’ Twin Sets 19/11 24/11 29/11 34/11 wm

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

7 Apr 1888

MIX. h. the chance?' . _ I._ the 014 r rlaie • THE DARLING BOY. Wed:shop, Mr Nom, Bob. my mid the Laird whoa wad his seated themselves is the jamb, I shell tear yea Tom to his akin, I rare yes sill year boot to make Dort good when I that if nybady meld

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

6 Sep 1902

right hand Give thou his greatest enemy, Satan, leave to stand. And when the© shall judg'd, Let him condemned be; And let. his prayer tura'd to sin. When he shall call on thee. Few be hia days, and in his room His charge another take, His children let be

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

22 Jan 1910

idea the nature of the lady’s business with me, Mr.—Mr. Pontjfex?” I asked, looking straight into his dull eyes. Not the slightest. Yiss Ashcroft merely asked to call upon yon and deliver the message to you in secret,” was his reply. “There appears to

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

14 Jul 1906

and Airs Griffiths, ex-Provost and Mrs Cockburn, Mr and Airs T. D. Wallace. Cal leu ciar Park ; Mr J. L. Officer, Edinburgh; Mr W. K. Gair, Air and Mrs F. Johnston, Air and Mrs Thos. Gibeon, Air and Mrs W. W. Wcod, Mr J. P. Smith, La rbe ft; Air J. R.

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

8 Dec 1881

Indian jar, 41 IP, by Mrs Anderson, won by Mr Duablitar. Drawing-ream °hair, 10s, by Mrs Muir, won by Mr. Lennox, Frees. Brm's bead, 11 10s, by Mr Cameron, Bows, won by Mr Arthur Dewar. Indian shawl, 33 Bs, by Mrs Anderson, won by Mrs A. Burn-Murdocb, Tea

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