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  • County: Sutherland, Scotland
  • For Years: 1900 - 1909

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Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North

Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North Sutherland, Scotland

20 Aug 1903

ion of Mr J. D. Ross seconded by Mr James Henderson, Culrain. Rer. Alexander Macleod, Kincardine Manse, was unanimously voted to preside, and eloquently voiced the .sentiments of the people towards Mr Littlejohn. In the course of his reply Mr Littlejohn

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Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North

Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North Sutherland, Scotland

14 Jun 1900

renpird the Hev. Mr Mackintosh. On his right was the Hev. Mr Ma-kav, and his left Colonel Monties, Blarirh, and Well-, The were the Hev. Mr Maekciile. Golspie, ami Mr Trail, Wick, and autoiig the others observed Lindsay, convener the conuty, Mr Bannerman, vice

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Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North

Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North Sutherland, Scotland

1 Mar 1900

fal.e, thcra W* 1 2 •« 7 « «n mom. dhoidd b® like hi® to fed his, Rutherford ®, wn. U tliat whatever happens, yon will atund difierant way. SS «I*li « 171? 7 2 * one’s father i® not «v® Met that hi® resentment against th® Utter had Mis® May. , -

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Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North

Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North Sutherland, Scotland

15 Feb 1900

addressed the bird. “Thin—ah—Mr Ogilrie. i* the young man whom I told yon,” be arid. The laird also rose and took step nearer to Murray, who bad stopped and waa regarding him with steady eyee. , Between the Laird el Auchinesrn and his eon tiro resemblance was

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Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North

Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North Sutherland, Scotland

6 Dec 1900

course of the resulting conversation reveals his identity, whereupon his fair companion freezes once into coldness and thinly disguised aversion—a result due to evil stories circulating abont him regarding his conduct while abroad. Resenting Hidden, and

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Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North

Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North Sutherland, Scotland

27 Feb 1902

all his homely wisdom, had so far given way to a wretched ambition as to wish his daughter to match in a sphere above his own tank. Laird Oanderson, of Windlgate, had marked ont Susan church aa very proper person to undertake the management of his household

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Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North

Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North Sutherland, Scotland

26 Jul 1900

My Oopnis, Oofdonbuh, j. F, Oppa, East End—Mr and M Sylrestcr, London. Mjis Grant's—Mr D. Grant and f|mllT, &)|»age—Mr ««»4 Mrs Loqdon and family, Glaseow, BaeUes, O. Fraser’s^Mrs Adam Fraser and family. Mr William Sutherland, Bast Bad—Miss Bather* land

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Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North

Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North Sutherland, Scotland

29 Nov 1900

dolefulness that wot comical to see. His tail thumped tbe earth in • spasmodic way, his nose was raised appealingly to the sky, and altogether the consciousness of his exceeding sinfulness appeared to ait heavily his doggish mind. Balfour laughed outright

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Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North

Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North Sutherland, Scotland

5 May 1904

were given by members. Mr G. B. Skinner's contribution described a holiday spent him the Island of Lewis, and the paper, which was humorous and racy, well received. Mr Angus Macleod. whoso papsr was entitled A happy holiday,” took his hearers boat to the

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Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North

Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North Sutherland, Scotland

14 Apr 1904

seventh design for public libraries in Glasgow which Mr Rhind has obtained in open competition. He has been heartily congratulated upon his remarkable success by local ai.d other members of toe profession. Mr Rhind has now been entrusted with the execution

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Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North

Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North Sutherland, Scotland

25 Oct 1900

opening ceremony by Mrs Carnegie on Saturday last. Mrs Carnegie was accompanied by Carnegie, Miss Whitfield, Bov. Mr Grant and Mrs Grant, Dornoch; and Bov. Hr Mr Macdonald, Dornoch; who wen afterwards joined by Mr Hardie, factor. Mrs Carnegie aad company

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Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North

Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North Sutherland, Scotland

15 Oct 1903

and Dr. and Lady Philippa Stewart. Lord and Lady Edmund Talbot also had party at Derwent Hall, including Lady Edmund’s father. Lord Abingdon ; well as Lady Victoria Manners, Mr. Ailwyn Feliowes, Mr. Hayes Fisher, Colonel Swaine, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfrid

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Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North

Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North Sutherland, Scotland

18 Jul 1901

Russell; Mr John Crau, Kirkton-; Mr Robert Trotter, Garguston; Mr Cameron, Balnakylo ; Mr Mackenzie of Allangrauge: Mr Kenneth Macdonald, town clerk; Mr Duthie, Collyuie; Mr Maclean, factor to the Duke of Sutherland ; Major Stirling, yr. of Fairburn; Mr Robertson

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Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North

Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North Sutherland, Scotland

28 Apr 1904

beaded by Lady Constance and her husband, were received with enthusiastic cheering. Mr M‘Corquodale, Meddat, made the presentation to Lady Constance in neatlyworded speech, in the course of which he said, when it became known to them that Lady Constance’s

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Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North

Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North Sutherland, Scotland

17 Dec 1903

Sir Cabs' ton and Lady Dawkins, Mr. Richard Molynsax, Captain and Miss Fraser, Mr. William Walsh, Mr. Edgar Brassey, General Seobell, Mr. J. A. Stirling, and Captain and Lady Isobel Oathorne-Hardy wsra among the guests. Lord and Lady Alington’s first shooting

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Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North

Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North Sutherland, Scotland

1 Sep 1904

were-—Dr Macrae. B nar Mr and Mrs Hardie, Skibo; Mr Lindsay, Conrener of the County; Mr and Mrs Argo and Miss Goedwillie, Golspie ; Mr and Mrs Rose, Brora ; Mr Baxter, jun.. Clyuemilton ; Mr Ross, Bouar-Bridge; Councilloi Ross. Kmtradwell; Mr Campbell, Governor

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Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North

Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North Sutherland, Scotland

27 Nov 1902

they had been staying for a few days with Lord and Lady Wicklow. Lord and Lady Deerhurst, who have been abroad during the autumn, have taken Dynes Hall, place Essex, near Halstead, for term. laird and Lady Deerburst’s country residence for several years

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Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North

Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North Sutherland, Scotland

28 May 1903

Gaibraith. Li-ehalsh, Moderator. A loyal address for presentation to His Majesty was sohmittad and agreed to. after wlieh the Moderator dtlivarad his retiring address. A Word to Ladies. Send two stamps for our new and original Illustrated Booklet, containing

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Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North

Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North Sutherland, Scotland

11 Feb 1904

«- W*lw, Prince ond Churle* ci Drimmik, Mr. Bsllour, Iriril 111 l,»lv l.iokdowne, Lird end L»dy 84borD*, til »ad Lidy Iveogh, Mr. and Lndy Bni;h»u»u, and Mr. and Mr«. Alfred SurM* of ‘>'o King and Qirsn at. Wiod-mr r ,u Saturday in.-luded lli Bifhop of

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Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North

Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North Sutherland, Scotland

14 Jul 1904

noticed Mr Carnegie, Mrs Carnegie, and Miss Margaret Carnegie, Miss Whitfield, Mr and Mrs Hew Morrison, Edinburgh; the Misses Lauder, Ospisdale House; Ur and Mrs Hsrdie, Clashmore House; the Rev. R. L. Ritchie, Criecb ; Mr Campbell-Barrow New York; Mrs John

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