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  • County: Sutherland, Scotland
  • For Years: 1910 - 1919

Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North

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

27 Jul 1911

details of the Cuach and Brooches have been carefully gone into by Mr Littlejohn with his usual care. The present market value of the Railway Stock to be put in trust is over XB5, and Mr Littlejohn has indicated that in order to increase the fund, he will

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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 Mar 1912

ago. thanked the laird for the excellent opportunity which the Margaret Morrison Technical School had offered his daughter in the way of education. It was then that Mr Carnegie asked Mr Lae for his daughter's picture -and got it. Mr Oarnegie’s verdict

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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 1910

prosper. Mr Andrew Murray, deputed by the tenantry, conveyed their cordial wishes to the young laird, and be also hoped the present laird would long ba spared to live amongst them with his good lady. Mr Donald M Lallan, Corriemulzie, also spoke. Mr Carnegie

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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 1910

ONS TO MR ALLAN GILMOUR OF ROSEHALL. PRESENTATIONS AND FEU CITATIONS. The coming-of-age of Mr Allan Gilmour r\ ( Rosehall was laat weak the occasion of universal on the extena estates of his father in Sutherland. Toe young laird has, like his father 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

11 Aug 1910

Manse, Kilmorack ; Rev Mr Munro and Mrs Munro, Manse of Logie-Easter; Rev Mr Robertson, Fearn ; Rev Mr Spark, Miss Anna Spark, and Master F. Spark, The Manse, Clyne; Rev Mr Ritchie. Manse of Creich Mr Sandison, solicitor, Tam ; Rev Mr Macoallum, Manse 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

1 Jun 1911

present. Mr D. Machean sold the harneis and implements, which fetched very good prices, and Mr Robertson smartly disposed of the cattle and horses. one p.m. over 200 gentlemen sat down to luncheon, served in excellent style hy Mr Wooley, Tain. Mr T. W. Cuthbert

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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 Oct 1912

useful for firewood. (Great sensation.) Mr Sinclair—Verflueht Mr Dudgeon—What due* that mean! Mr Chaplin—lt means I think * Blew you all.’ Mr Sinclair—Nothing the sort —It mean* will the people of Durness say ! Mr Lindsay—l don’t care a dime what they &r

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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

2 May 1912

picture of Mr Carnegie being throWh on the screen, the appearance of which evoked considerable enthusiasm. A biographical sketch of Mr Carnegie was than given, notice being made of his birthday the 25th November, 1836. His old eoboolm eater, Mr Martin,

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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

9 Mar 1911

the evening Mr D. W. Manson supplied the comic element This is not his first appearance by any means in Helmsdale, and we hope it won’t be his last. His songs took * very well, especially I’ll never go back any more and Aye did I,” and his patter this

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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

22 Sep 1910

woollen garment without sleeves, and having his tongue projecting and lied with string lound bis neck, and with rods in his hand, he shoull in the sight of all walk for fifteen dijs in succession through his native district, the district of the mutilated

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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

13 Jul 1911

; and 4, Annie ameron and Bella Cameron. High Steppers' race—l, Mr Hew Morrison, Edinburgh ; 2, Mr J. F. Hardin. Skiho ; 3, Mias Bentinck Dornoch ; 4, Rev. Mr Ritchie, Creich; 6, Rev. Mr Bentinck, Dornoch Contest of the hampion Knights—l, R. Gordon, Clashmors

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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 Mar 1910

through the Bye,; Mr Browntoul, Queen of the earth,” and “Hearts of Oak,”; Stuart, “Society Idol”; Mr Wm. Boss, Dornoch, “Scotland Yet”; Mr Thomson, “ A jovial Monk,” ; Miss Thomson and Mr Baillie, duet, “When ye gang awa Jamie”; Mr John Barr sang, “Little

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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

16 May 1912

Rnnshnw; Sir William Arrol ; Sir Jeh» Stirling Maxwell; Mr Andrew Carnegie, LL.D. and other prominent Scotsmen. Sir Robert. Laid law is Chairmen of the Kxecu'ive ; Mr W. James Douglas, Vice- Chairman, and Mr W. A. B»wie, Treasurer, to whom donation* may be sent

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