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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

28 Apr 1887

Williams, Thornhill ; Mr John Main, and Mr Js. Gray, Callender. The conference was opened with prayer by Rev. Mr Huie. The chairman then read • chapter from ' St John's Gospel, after which Rev. Mr Mackay gave • short address, his subject being taken from

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

20 Mar 1954

Hall on Friday. Mr J. Laing was Cardmaster and the winners were;— Ladies —1. Mrs J. Jamieson. 171; 2, Mrs Brymer, 167. Gentlemen 1, .1 Mrs G.‘Laing. 170; 2, Mrs H Hun- CaStleCary ter. 161. The winners on Wednesday Iveret— Ladies—1, Mrs J. Jamieson. WOMEN’S

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

30 Aug 1924

and Mrs Thomas Bell, Glebe Street; Mr and Mrs Thomas Bell, Cochrane Street; Mr and Mrs Alex. Bow, Netherby, Air.th; Mr and Mrs Alex. Callander, 3 Hamilton Drive; Mr and Mrs James Forgie, Manor Street; Mr and Mrs John Forgie, Silver Row; View article

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

23 Dec 1933

as follows: —Ladies—1, Mrs T. Anderson, 171; 2, Miss A. M’Ewan, 169. Gents.—l, Mr W. Paterson, 175; 2, Mr W. M’Cormick, 168. Highest score at the last six tables. Mrs W. France, and Mr Donaldson, with 45 and 47 respectively. The M.C. was Mr J. Paterson

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

17 Apr 1943

Blackley entitled “Taking the chair,” was played by Mrs Hendry. Mrs Jamieson, Miss Haddow. Miss Harley, Mrs Jarvie, Mrs Richardson and Mrs Sinclair. There was also a competition (won by Mrs Norman Mackenzie), in which the entrants had to guess the c 'imposition

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

17 Jun 1880

same, and o n amissing. Mr Henry James begins a new story which we doubt not will prove worthy of the author of Daisy hillier. Mr Black's yachting romance, White Wings, draws to a close, and one almost regrets that the Laird's castles in the air are

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

13 Feb 1943

Fund. Mr JLeishman was the M.C., and - the prizes were won by the following:—Ladies—l, Mrs Lorimer; 2, Mrs Laird; 3, Lily Mackay; travelling, Mrs Jamieson. Gentlemen—l, K. H. Hawkins; 2, Mrs M’Dougall; 3, Mrs Stewart; travelling, Mrs Aitken. Mrs J. Stewart

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

21 Oct 1933

held in the clubhouse last Tuesday were as follows; —LadiesMrs a tie with Mrs D. Holmes); —Mr James Leishman, 169: last Mrs W. M’Farland, 35, and Mr D* lucky table prize-winners, Miss Mrs A. M‘Neilage, Mr J. Johnstone, ,J. Leishman. a MARRIAGE little function

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

16 Oct 1880

expected next morning, or only the day, to his nuiesion, share the hospitalities of the some with tbr members of his staff. Geordie would mush rather have with royal patronag e Iron t though the yearaings of his loan expended the hrection of the young Pretender

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

20 Dec 1883

jor Hill, and Mr C. Smith, Stirling Castle; Mr M'Donald, of M`Donald k Gordon. King Street; Mr-Buchanan, solicitor ; Councillor Crawford ; ex. Dean of Guild Baird; Dr Robertson, Mr S. Murrie, Mr Green, Mr G. Hunter, Mr M. 0. Thomson, Mr Wilkie, &c., &c

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

16 May 1953

Campbell beat Mrs Grindlay; Mrs M'Lachlan w.o. Mrs Russell; Mrs C. Muirhead beat Mrs B. Matnieson; Mrs D. Buchanan beat Mrs Kennedy; Mrs Miller beat Mrs Pratt: Mrs Wright w.o. Mrs Campbell; Mrs Hunter beat Miss Chalmers;

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

22 Feb 1944

carried out by Mr J. Paterson, and Miss I. Mclntyre presented* prizes to tbe following: —Ladies—1, Mrs N. Lyle; 2, Mrs T. Hamilton ; 3, Mrs P. Brown ; consolation, Mrs Crawdord ; gentlemen —I, Mr P. Baird ; 2, Miss M. Laithwaite ; 3, Mr R. Blair ; consolation

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

9 Jun 1917

NEW LAIRD OF ARCATY. HIS SUDDEN CALL. The new laird of Argaty Estate, near Doune, Mr Thomas Henderson, head of the firm of Messrs Walter Duncan & Co.,' East India Merchants, Glasgow, died suddenly at Argaty House last Saturday. He took ill in his office

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

5 Sep 1931

soones, oven—-1, Mrs Wilson; 2, Mrs C. Hay; 3, Mrs Baxter. Six pancakes—l, Mrs J. Murray; 2, Mrs Baxter; 3, Mrs Wilson. Six boiled potatoes, in jackets—l, Mrs C. Hay; 2, Mrs J. Murray. Sultana cake —1, Mrs J. Murray; 2, Mrs A. Robertson; 3. Mrs Wilson. Scotch

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

10 Feb 1914

expect nothing till I see,” snapped the laird. “Then you’ll find what you expect, in my opinion,” answered the girl saucily. Madge was the only one of his children who ever “answered back” the laird, and she was his pet. Miss Lydia tried make for peace.

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

2 Jul 1938

cordially: thanked Mr Wm. Boyd, farmer, for granting the use of his field to hold the gala. In Introducing Dr Scott, Mr Miller naid high tribute to his qualities as a teacher, and thanked the doctor for gracing the function with his nresence. He then called

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

24 Dec 1898

even profusion, and had not escaped the tempta! tions to his age. It has been asserted that his : addresses to tbe Lady Anne were prompted by his necessity, her fortune being deemed considerable. Lady Linlithgow, knowing well state of Kilmarnock's affairs

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

1 Dec 1883

realised. The artistes were—Miss liermine, soprano ; Mr A. G. Ileslop, baritone; Mr R. I'. Jennings, the wellknown comic singer; and Mr and Mrs Joe Ives, the celebrated negro delineators, dancers, hr. Mr James Cootie presided at the piano, and the audience

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

28 Oct 1886

and it would be treeing, even to please Mr Waddell, to Anglicise our public wheels Hie idea. G. the utility specific subjects are opposite as the poles are asunder to them held by his predecessors. Mr Ogilvie, in his general report for 1878, soya : 'Specific

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

28 Dec 1889

Hardie, Blanchard, Dow is, John Ferguson, Town Clerk; Mr John Thom, solicitor; Mr Peter M4ller, jun , solicitor, Linlithgow; Sir T M. Durham, Boghead; Provost Watson, Falkirk; Mrs W. P. Sinclair, Mr James Wilson, Town Clerk. Falkirk; and others. Lord Rosebery

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