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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

5 Feb 1944

d by Mrs Govan-: and Ladies’ Section,” submitted by “'Mr A. Croxford, and responded to by Mrs W. Millar. Contributors to a delightfully-varied programme of songs, recitations and instrumental items comprised Mrs J. Mitchell. Mr William Gibb. Mr R. M’Donald

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

11 Feb 1911

member. Hunter —Order, order. Mr Middleton—l object those personalities. Mr Chairman. Mr Rennie —Who raised them? The Chairman asked the opinion of the meeting as whether t.he words should be deleted or not? Mr Erskine and his seconder agreed the clause

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

26 Jan 1882

mourners were Mr Daniel Macnee, engineer, London, and Mr Thomas Matinee, Edinburgh, sons of the deceased ; Mr Francis !Seders Glasgow, nephew; Mr Andrew &lecture, London, and Mr Thomas Wiseman, Glasgow, erne-in law; Mr J. C. Bruitine, Glasgow ; and Mr Po teens

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

27 Dec 1883

stewardships of titular Crown of provided in such cases : —Mr Ashton Dilke (since deceased), Mr Gill, Mr Dillon, Mr Byrne, Mr Whalley, Mr Murray, Mr Base, Mr Gerard Noel, Colonel Brim, Mr Metge, and Mr Fenwick-Bisset Of these eleven members, seven represented

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

5 Jul 1930

The committee were .•ssisied bv the lady teachers Airth School. The “turns given by Air (low’s party during the afternoon were greatly e.nijovedi, was also the selection played, by the band. Mr John Penn and his coormnittee. who were responsible for

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

6 Aug 1892

Sneddon, P.G.Secy. Ayrshire; Mr Jos. Carmichael. M.D., Past Grand Sword-Bearer; Mr David Hume, P.G. Bible-Bearer; R. J. Jamieson, President Grand Stewards; Mr MacLuckie, Mr Bionie ; Councillors Learmonth and M'Fadzen ; Mr Fred. Johnston. Rev. John Scott.

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Kilsyth Chronicle

Kilsyth Chronicle Stirlingshire, Scotland

23 Jun 1911

the two-year-old class Mr M‘Lsren was first with his Stepps winner, and was followed Mr Hutchcfons Shettleston prize-winner, bred Strathaven. Mrs Stirling cleared the deck in the cow keepers' class, and Mr Hutcheson repeated his last year’s success in

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

8 Jan 1916

visited the castle recently. On reaching the grounds, discovered that Mr Stroyan was from home, but, tested by the cordiality of our reception, had left excellent substitutes in Mrs Strovan and her delightful daughter. At Lanrick the situation is exactly

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

8 Apr 1880

than usual in this month's instalment of Mr Black's White Wings, and although the heroine is in a rather mysterious mood, we can see that the doctor will not be sent empty away. A new story, entitled Mrs Austin, begins well. The moat noteworthy

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Kilsyth Chronicle

Kilsyth Chronicle Stirlingshire, Scotland

29 Dec 1905

Jaoobil* and Aogo. laird cooi. to ally hlnwalTwltt daaghUW waotlaod Whig baron, in wlth flovaroment lor Tory offooco of {KotaaUng oouvcotiolaro whloh hiraoalf waa aoUoa ta paniohlag. beliava tha point of anion la to ba found in hi* onmpaaion-io-arma and

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

12 Jan 1882

those present were James Murray, Esq., chamberlain ; Mr W . W. Murray ; Mr Taylor, overseerld`Cal lum, ; Mr Oroebie, gardener ; Mr Stewart, gamekeeper ; Mr Moran, trainer ; Mr biletyre, forester ; Mr James Mitchell, As. Dancing took place in the large

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

13 Apr 1949

company was welcomed by Mr R. M'Nie, captain. Mr W. D. Campbell discharged the duties of cardmaster, and the winners of whist prizes were;— Ladies Mrs Filshie; 2 (after a cut), Miss J Craig; consolation, Mrs Edward. Gentlemen —l, Mr E. S. M'Laren; 2, Miss

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Kilsyth Chronicle

Kilsyth Chronicle Stirlingshire, Scotland

27 Dec 1912

were: No. 1, Mrs Matthew Brown, Glenbo, Dennyloanhead (convener); Mrs Morton and Mrs Tweedie, Dennyloanhead; The Misses Brown, Miss Finlay, Miss A. G. Keir, Miss Leishman, Miss Morton, Miss Bussell, Mrs Stark, Miss Thomson. N 0.2, Mrs Jenkins, Oakwood

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

24 Dec 1955

treat Mrs Gibb welcomed the company, and Mr Alex. Meikle directed play The prize winners were —Ladies —‘i Mrs M. Ronald: 2. Mrs Smith; 3, Mrs Callahan: consolation. Mrs Ramsay. Gentlemen 1, Mrs Davis; 2. r Webster: 3 Mr J. M'Cqnnell; consolation, Mr J. Young

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

29 Dec 1866

Commissioners, in consideration of his faithful services while connected with tbe police. He was much esteemed by all classes in Falkirk, and his death is sincerely regretted. MR W. G. BAYNHAM SHERIDAN AND HIS WORKS. —Mr G. Baynham, so favourably known

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

24 Jan 1953

1953, to Mr and Mrs Seah« A- - Kerr (Mary Gilmour), both Road, Bonnybridge, a son; top, U. Jaicj e R- At M'Bride Hospital, Ade- January, 1953, to Mr and Reid, a daughter; both Ifitk *r“A.t Falkirk Royal Infirmary, R. January, 1953, to Mr and Mrs (Lexie

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Kilsyth Chronicle

Kilsyth Chronicle Stirlingshire, Scotland

1 Dec 1922

disappointed. In previous occasions one admired him for his good grip on the games, but his duties on Saturday frankly were not up to the standard, while his “two-handed’* replies to spectators brought his stock down with run. The game was quite good in the

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

24 Dec 1892

night the employes of Mr M l Kianie, confectioner, met a social capacity in the Black Bull Inn, Falkirk, to do honour one of their fellow-workmen, Mr Ramsay. Mr Arthur Neil occupied the chair, and in a few appropriate remarks presented Mr Ramsay with handsome

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

2 Feb 1882

Graham, with Mr M'Kerraoher, Rsloch 6 James M'Laren, Oars•bonny 7, David Gardner, with Mr R. Mailler, Rodbell ; 8, David Miller, with Mr M'Kerracher, Raplooh. Junior. 1, Alex. Brown, with Mr It. Mailler,Redhall ; 2, John Philliban, with Mr Drysdale, Oldmills;

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

27 Nov 1879

unfeigned pan than to roe Mr Janke Bryce Killen—a member of his own profeemon—in his peasant position. He had only recently taken& prominent part in the agitation, bet be bad made up by the strength of his language for the lateness of his appearance. Acting

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