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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

21 Jul 1978

and also earned for himself the new tile of 'Laird of Scotland'. Mrs Dundas and Mrs Collins as 'Lady Chatterley and her Lover' in the fancy dress competition were leas fortunate in the prize lists but a riot nevertheless, with the happy audience. The

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

18 Nov 1910

The Laird of Glenotusk. of the laird upon his or. if the laird came there &ink at other people'. there other people who to resort to the eau , how ten, for the purpose of treating It Was well known that the oult time to obtain way from, or to gel any

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

21 Apr 1944

score. Mr Cox; eat lady. Mrs Anthony; Ist gent., Mr Young. Last 6 hands—lady, llirs Gordon; Gent.. Mr Brown; Consolation, Mrs Lees and Mr Farquharson. Mr Hardie wan M.C. The draw for the very handsome handbag tilted to the Comforts Fund by Mr Michael

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

25 Mar 1927

—Sathgate Cooperaibre Woman's Guild result—Top-ecorer, Mrs Reilly, IM. ladies-1, Mrs Edmonson, 177; 2, Ars Danholm, 175; 3, Mrs Purdie, 172. Gentlemen —l. Mr T. Paul, IM; 2, Mr W. Brodie. 151; A Mr T. Speedie. 0.E.5.--On Tuesday evening in commotion with

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

17 Jul 1953

young man, on the death of his father became Earl of Buchan and Laird of the Parish of Strath. brock. He could, through his family connections, have made a name for himself in London. He preferred. however, to return to his native Scotland to look after

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Linlithgowshire Gazette

Linlithgowshire Gazette West Lothian, Scotland

8 Apr 1927

consisted Marie, Lady Stewart-Clark, the bride’s mother, Mrs Clarke; her aunt, Lady Wheeler; Miss Conran, the bridegroom’s aunt; Rev. Father Conran, uncle; Mr Dudley Stewart-Clark, Master Alan Stewart-Clark, and the Misses Betty and Stewart-Clark. Mr P. P. Campbell

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

17 Aug 1945

LAIRDS AND TENANTS After Thomas Sherp and his wife we get only fleeting references to the names of the occupants of Kirkton. The first of these occurs in connect. ion with the most outstanding event in the history of Bathgate Kirk which then was situated

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

31 Jan 1902

time mon. ity I have only to add that his dress corresponded with his manner. He was drew-4 like a farmer in his best to dine with the laird. Ido speak in malam parttm ' when I say I never saw a man in company with his superiors in station and information

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Linlithgowshire Gazette

Linlithgowshire Gazette West Lothian, Scotland

17 Mar 1939

rely on sound. Mr MacColi is a fluent Gaelic speaker, and on occasions can be heard engaging 4n conversation in his native vernacular. When he goes into retirement Mac- Coil will have with him,one who has been his? helpmate for many years. Mrs Mac- Coil is

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

17 Jan 1902

Dr Anderson, Mr J. Wright. Mr Will Allan, Mr J. Wheelan. Mr A. Easton. Mr S. R. Greenhorn, Mr J. Glen. Mr Hunter. Mr Anderson, Mr Fleming, Mr P. Finnic. Mr Keith. Mr J. Shanks. Mr J Stirling,

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

22 Feb 1935

appointed as follows: President, Mn Laird; rice-president. Mn Sproule; secretary, Mn A. Henderson; treasurer, Mr. Cunningham; committee — Mrs Morton. Mn Mrs Maxwell, Mn Morrison. Mn Boyle, Mrs John Wardrope, Mn Welurie, and Mrs Green. well. It was left in the

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

1 Nov 1974

Club on Friday, Mr William Hi!ditch, president, welcomed a large turn-out of members and friends. Present were Mr and Mrs C. Smith, vice-president of the West Lothian Pigeon Federation, Mr A. McPhail, Eastfield Miners' Welfare, and Mr and Mrs I. Brown, Harthill

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

17 Jun 1910

cordance with the wiebes of the assessed lady, won. of tho rumpkot character, were most ear-wetly isrrlad out by Mr Harry Allan, Whitborn. had been pronounned. the Dead March was played by the organist. Mr J. T. Lindsay. whit* the congregation remained

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

8 Feb 1896

'Rule Britannia,' Mr Jame Currie ; re citation, Mr James Forsyth ; 'Green grows the rashes 11,' Mr David Kerr ; recitation, Mr David Wyper; song. Mr James Currie. Tre haggis ass partaken of as 12 P. 31.. the address being given by Mr Jam:a Marshall. The

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Linlithgowshire Gazette

Linlithgowshire Gazette West Lothian, Scotland

29 Jun 1895

He tore this leaf out and passed on to Mr. Guthrie, who read it with some surprise, and then waved his hand to Mr. Keir, and sat down with the air of a man who had complied with indiscreet request, and washed his hands of the consequences. <4 The time

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

3 Dec 1909

having wryer! • fine-year.' apprentimstis ceased Mr Robertson Durham and he im- to his father, Robertson Durham snediatele set to and remedied them. It his examinations in December, gas to he noted that Mr Robertson-Durham, was admitted a member of the

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

11 Jan 1952

of the Laird. The family mourners included the twin sons of the late Marquess former Earl of Hopetoun (now Marquess of Linlithgow) and his wife; and his brother. Lord John Hope. M.P. for Pentlands. and his wife; Lady Anne Sonthby (daughter): Lady Joan Hope

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

16 Mar 1934

victory and to occupy the seat now held by his father. (Applause). Mr Todd concluded by thanking Mr Ritehie for the kind words expressed on behalf of Sir Adrian and Lady Haillie, and their son Sir Gawaine, and the company for the enthusiastic manner in which

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Linlithgowshire Gazette

Linlithgowshire Gazette West Lothian, Scotland

3 Jun 1927

the Kin? . members of the Jockey Club at ham Palace. Mr Stevens one of the rr,? noted florists in London. is son in u Mr and Mrs D. K. Harrower, MALAY STATES RUBBER MENT-Mr John S. Marshall, third Mrs Marshall, Craigdarroch, Bo’ness, been appointed divisional

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Linlithgowshire Gazette

Linlithgowshire Gazette West Lothian, Scotland

6 Jul 1895

and offered his lairdship the wedding-gift, wi’ my master’s respectful guid wishes. His lairdsbip smiled pleasantly, and tauld to fetch it after him up to his chamber. I followed laird upstairs to bis ain room, where his lairdship's valet, Mr. Kerr, was

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