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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 Nov 1901

upon whieh to work : The Premier”—Mr Andrew Pears. Secretary for War—Mr C. T. Brook. Foreign Secretory—Mr Cook. First Lord the Admiralty'—Sir T. Lip-foil. Secretary for Scotland— Mr Carnegie. Postaiiistw-Grneral —Mr Piekford. tiac Exchequer—Manager 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

4 Jun 1903

phonographic records falsely described “ Edison gold moulded.” It was stated for the prosecution that, like all inventors, Mr. Edison had his “records, brains, and methods stolen,” and so many of the records had been pirated and sold to the publio as of bis

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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

24 Sep 1908

at present indefinite. Mr James Mennie, chemist, also spoke, and proposed vote of thanks to Mr Morton. This was given and a similar compliment was also accorded to Mr Sinclair for presiding. Illness of Sergt-Major M'Lean.— His many friends will learn

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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

14 Oct 1909

Jingle Bells Mr J. K. Matheson, Golspie, was in fairly good voice in his number*, and had a d reception, which acknowledged. Mr C. Munro’s humorous reading kept the house in roars of laughter, and the local worthies were excellently depicted by Mr J. MTver

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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 Dec 1904

receptacle of 80 of Mr and' Mrs Carnegie’s ’Xmas cards to their estate employees, which take the form ef cheques for handsome sams graduated from the heads of departments down to the ordinary labourer. The chairman, in name of Mr and Mrs Carnegie, welcomed

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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

31 Dec 1908

numbered over 800 Mr Jas. F, Hsrdie. Factor, occupied the chair, and among those percent were Rev. Mr and Mrs Bentinck and family, The Rev. Mr and Mrs Me Alpine, Mrs Macleod.D rnoeh ; Miss Pauline, Caahmorn; etc. The {Chairman in his opening remarks expressed

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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 Aug 1903

St Duthus, with bust portraits of Provost Fowler. Mrs Fowler, and former provosts underneath. The panels at the sides of the platform are filled with lifesise portraits of Mr and Mrs Carnegie, the laird of Skibo having defrayed the cost of decoration.

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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 Nov 1900

1. married Adam Gordon Kilcalmkill p. & Marian. IL—Angus Mackay, who succeeded, was d Mr to his father in 1618- (Retmn). Early in life smms to bare been n “swaggering blade,” he inrsfM bis chief in riotous manner, and Ml bsharioer gave rise to process

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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 Sep 1902

name is mysophobia. The myeophobe, Theophrastus might say, is he who, when seated by his table, lifts his glass to seo if it is fingered, and if he detect s nudge, uses his napkin to d.spose of it. short, mysophobia is the exaggeration that respect for c

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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 1907

for by Mr Carnegie. Some years ago now, the city fathers rrvt and in their wisdom agreed to ask Mr Carnegie if he would build them “lighthouse ’’such as he had favoured other cities with. An influential deputation was appointed and waited the Laird of Skibo

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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 Aug 1901

the mea, thanking Mr Carnegie fee bis gilt, and expressed their good wish**, and Mr Hardie replied behalf of Mr Ceracgie. When dispersing hearty cheer was raised, which echoed far near, ia at the laird of Skibo Castle and his lady. Mr Aalnw 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

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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Northern times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North

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

18 Oct 1900

inight, Itthimt., maeh iiH—id Laird of Skibo presided. Carnegie aecompeoied hi* lady and com It would difficult indeed to «ad amor* pie* chairman, who take* *neh UWly interest in** thing and everybody After few prdiaii remarks by Mr Carnegie toe programme wnsj

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