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  • County: Stirlingshire, Scotland
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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

21 Mar 1885

may Mate that Mr Baird has led a blameless life all his days in our midst, and has been associated with every movement for improving the social and spiritual conditien of the manes. When Mr M'Farlase was the oppaite of a Good Templar, Mr Baird was engaged

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

30 Nov 1927

B. Mactier, St. Andrews; Mr G. H. Steven, Dunbiaiu; Mr T. A. Bowie, Alloa; Mr G. S. M. Brand, Bridge of Allan; Mr D. J- Gavin, Dunblane; Mr K. H. Gray, Crieff; Mr J. E. J. Harris, Grangemouth; Mr D. M’Ewan, jun., Stirling; Mr D. Eobertson, Woodburn; and

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

23 Nov 1935

of Mr John G. Laird, and close of play prizes were presented Milne to the successful players, who follows:—Ladies— l, Miss M. Spence; 2, • > 0 H. O. Henderson ;luoky table, Mrs Milne» i) sblation prize, M M. Roberts. —l, Mr J. C. Callendar; 2, .Mr James

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

29 Dec 1887

them by uature - and other lairds the power to put on the made secure for year* at an expense f4B. The Case expected considerable pease ater Coinntiaion for some years ; the quiet municipal Mr Angus, the teacher, has relived, his successor being doing justice

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

26 Oct 1935

previous William Laird, 295 Main Street, muir. was fined £3. with the alt® 1 twenty days’ Imprisonment, 3t 1 Sheriff Court on Monday. V against Laird was that, on he assaulted his wife beatio? the head with his fists and kick jp the body with his booted foot

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

1 Aug 1914

outwitted the laird by disguising themselves and saying that they came from neighbouring villages. It is narrated that the Rev. Mr Bertram, of Muiravonside, having disagreed with him about the rent of one his parks, which he wanted to increase, Mr Forbes remarked

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

31 May 1930

varied hues were a delight to the eyes. Before parting, a hearty vote of thanks was accorded to Mr Mather by Mr Dunn, president of the Guild, and also Mr M'Kenzie. With description and story the evening was such an enjoyable one that it was agreed, if

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

6 Sep 1888

4 Oatmeal Cakes-1, Mrs toss's In ; Y, Mrs Robert Shearer • 3, Mrs John Fanner, Itonnybridge. 4 Flonr Names —l, Mrs Farmer; 2, Miss A. N. Abniarlan ; 3, Miss Mary Anderson, Eksmybridge. 6 Men Egg.--1, Miss A. M. Maefarlan ; 2, Mrs Farmer; 3, Mies 11.

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

20 Jun 1953

think about eating, he added. He described the streets which were jammed with traffic on his return to the club where he was staying, and said that when the crowds saw his robes they cheered wildly. The Provost watched the final pfoceedings on television and

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Kilsyth Chronicle

Kilsyth Chronicle Stirlingshire, Scotland

12 Mar 1915

fcStwSato. All are invited. WRlC.irr.- Firhank, Muirfaood, Chryston, on 4ih insL, to' Mr and Mrs Wm. Wright, son. COPLAND. —At Dundonald Terraco, Sloops, on 4th insL, to Mr and Mrs U. At. Copland, duuglilcr. > DEATHS. LAURIE.—At Low Ronton, on sth inst., Isabella

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

24 Feb 1909

such a man as Bruce, who certainly rendered great services to his country and to the world. Neither in Larbert nor in Stirlingshire any of his kindred remain ; but the ancient association his family with the locality and the county is not likely to forgotten

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

18 Nov 1916

good harvest. His address was certainly enjoyed by the many people present. Those Who saw the Rev. Bernard Vaughan in some of his characteristic attitudes, such raising his arms up in line with his shoulders or level with his head, or with his right hand

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

11 Dec 1907

excellent M.P. Personally. Mr Baird , a favourable impression, though hi* polices did not meet with popular eoimtcne.ncc, Jftd, indeed, easily brought him his defeat. | -Jt was not then in the days narrower franchise, when his uncles of for a j Considerable

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

7 Jan 1888

J. T. lhod, Mr Lkalla• Marne; Mr ch.., w .,..U.Vr` h 0 r ..,.rj,, ° ' . P=P k Z.,. „. High *M.A. tar. ha ha Wort . „ a Ila CM h .:1:64 . 1 . 1. o Th.r. .7 .0 . 4 , 0. 1 . 7 L . . b . ,: Mr C.1.

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

11 May 1882

heard of disagreements between the laird of Mires and his tenants—Land. Although the Scotch farmer has, perhape, lady suffered so much from American competition as his southern brethren, he has declared hostilities whist his relations in the Far West, and

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

27 Feb 1937

vice-president, presented the prizes. The winners were: —Ladies —1, Miss A. M'Nair; 2, Mrs Bennie; consolation, Mrs J. J. Gordon, Alloa. Gentlemen—l, Mr W. Smith; 2, Mr J. J. Gordon; consolation, Mr Bain. The Lyric Dance Band provided the dance music, and Charles

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

4 Nov 1950

programme sellers; and Mr and Mrs R. Young, the caretaker and his wife. Special reference was made by Mr Webster to Mr Howard M. Lockhart, producer; Mr Charles Lovat, musical director; and Miss Doris Robertson, ballet mistress. Mr Lockhart, the president

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

18 Dec 1884

pointed to the beauties and truthfulness of his sentiments; to his perception of character; to his rich, broad humour or his deep heart-touching pathos; or to his stirring notes of patriotism. The very simplicity of his poems at once commend themselves to those

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

16 Jul 1938

Pte. Geoff Loxton and Pte. Wm. Rutherford. Women’s balloon race—l, Mrs Prattis; 2, Mrs R. Anderson; 3, Miss M. Anderson, Married men’s race—l, Mr Walter Morrison; 2, Mr J. M'Call; 3, Mr Jas. Junter Kiddies’ race —1, Master J. Mathrson; 2, Master Billy

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

12 Jul 1905

contrived I obliged him to secrecy. He died within the year, and left nine children, his wife being dead before himself. I came to seal up his papers for my lord’s security; his eldest daughter entreated mo to look through them all, and to give her an account

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