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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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Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North

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

29 Mar 1900

and the Lady Clementine Hay, the Countess Mar and Kellie, the Countcn Hopetonn, the Countess Cromarty, the Countess of Selkirk, the Countess La thorn, the Viscountess Castlcreagh, Lady Algernon, Gordon Lcnnex, Lady Reay, Lady Alice Leslie, and Lady Constance

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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

10 Sep 1908

acknowledged in this paper His Grace the Duke of Sutherland, His Grace the Duke of Westminster, Andrew Carnegie, Esq , F. G. Gunnis, Esq., Leopold Hiraeb, Esq., Canon Lambert, J ''n Hall, Esq., Mrs Loder, Mrs Milbnrn, hn« Houstoun Mrs Barrow, W. Fraser. Esq

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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 Aug 1909

and Mrs Macleod ; Mrs and Miss Buick, and Miss Loudon, Aberdeen ; Mis Macleod, K.C. Manse, and party Mrs Macalpine, U.F Manse ; Mr D. Stephen, Dunfermline ; Mis Thomson and party, Links House; Mrs Whithorn, the Manse ; Mr and Mrs G. Buchanan ; Mrs 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

17 Aug 1899

income more than sufficient for his wants, fie had travelled much, more especially in Indie, his studio being furnished with Eastern magnificence, and adorned with many curiae end trophies collected in his travel*. His studio was lighted up, and tbs artist

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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

from Mrs. Masters. Answering Mr. Avory, witness said Mrs. Masters (Hid for the erection of the bungalow with cheque fai £306, punilbo believed it was subsequently unsoapled by her children. Mr. Bodkin: you know whose children they Witness: No. Mr. Avory;

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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

2 Jan 1908

iustruotion well amusement. At 3 pm. the chair w«s taken by Mr Hardia, factor, who in his opening remarks, extended to all present a cordial welcome, and read a cablegram which had received from Mr and Mrs Carnegie wishing all a merry Christmas, and hoping they

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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 Jul 1907

that am not going to nice to Mr. Egerton as meant to. I did not say anything about his coming see again, and neither did lie.' believe the child is jealous ! exclaimed laird Inveresk. “No, am not, one hit; Imt thought Mr. Egeilon such a saint, and now

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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 Jan 1909

dreams. would be detained nor linger for any questioner. “Get up!” was his message. “The ■hip is sinking!” In hi* own cabin shook Laidlaw roughly by the shoulder, and »o dragged him from his bunk. “ We*re in collision,” he said shortly. ■'You have not an instant

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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 Jun 1899

to return an assent, for, nodding his he.nl in a sitislicd way, the stranger came forward, with the words: “Pardon me. but may I ask your name is Aubrey?—Mr. Arthnr Aubrey?’’ It is,” replied the other, regarding his queslioner curioiwlv. “Of the firm

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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 Mar 1902

poof that his rapid progress has not been unde- Sir James Willcocks has not remained long in South Africa, for he started Friday last for take up the Second-Class District Commmd, for which he was noted after his return from .Ashanti. It was his own wish

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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

8 Mar 1900

presented Mr Argo. The mp was won by Mr W. Chisholm for the third time, it now being his own property. hole competition was also played mder handicap for prizes presented Mr M‘Leod, M.P.; and Mr Matheson. yort/iern Times, both of which were carried by Mr 11

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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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