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Midlothian Advertiser

Midlothian Advertiser West Lothian, Scotland

9 Nov 1945

treasurer, Mrs i an or g an i sati on Mr:Warily the prises to the the lighting system and the provision importance in the district, following winnerii. ladies-1, Mrs W. of a public park are among other ono . _Mrs Macdonald who 110 W The chairman in his opening

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Midlothian Advertiser

Midlothian Advertiser West Lothian, Scotland

1 Feb 1929

other toasts were: The King. Mr Jas. Maxwell: Imperial Forces. Mr George Wttwat. reply Mr A. WMillan: Kindred Clubs, Mr Alex. (Indians. reply Mr Thomas Kemp, preoident Slateford Club; ' The Lasses Mr Acid Brown. reply Mr Bell; nor sin Clab. Mt Jaw%

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Midlothian Advertiser

Midlothian Advertiser West Lothian, Scotland

27 Jun 1924

1-ompri.d:—Rt. Lord Salceaen. l'.('.. and Lady SaKean: Sir Malcolm Smith. K.8.E.. and Lady Smith: Rir Joseph and Lady Dribble: Mr J. Balfour Sueddon. Mr A. Blacklairs. 8.A.: Mr end Mrs 1. C. Thomson. Mr A ikman, Mr Maclennan. arihitect. of Henry & Maclennan

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Linlithgowshire Gazette

Linlithgowshire Gazette West Lothian, Scotland

7 Dec 1928

The games were supervised by Mr James Edward, and the successful players were follows: Ladies—l, Mrs Laird, 174; 2. Mias A. Anthony, 174; 3, Mrs Burgoyne, 174; gentlemen—l, Mr M. Brown, 176; 2, Mr 6. Armstrong, 176; 3, Mr A. Pearson- 175 i, Ton score

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Midlothian Advertiser

Midlothian Advertiser West Lothian, Scotland

7 Feb 1913

youthfibaces is due to his delightful ways and suggestion of a smile about his'eyes. He the idol his men and enjoys sharing the r work more than anything elm. A favouri story the railway officials at Aldershot tell about him is of his •npearance in the elation

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Midlothian Advertiser

Midlothian Advertiser West Lothian, Scotland

11 Oct 1912

followa:—President. Mr John Pot• ter: vice-president, Mr W. H. Brown; financial secretary, Mr W. S. Anthony; treasurer. Mr Alex. Miller; match secretary. Mr John Potter, Buchan Place: captain of Aria eleven, Mr W H. Brown; vice-captain, Mr John Armstrong;

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Midlothian Advertiser

Midlothian Advertiser West Lothian, Scotland

15 Jul 1932

Agnes Mr met Alum Forrest. assistant. Dalk&th High School, I president. presithel. and the justly was Mr James S. was • Erskine. J.P. .and Mrs Erskint. Mr A. I n • • . STORE • • Out applicants tor post 01 • Inlaid Mistress at Pen ik Miss ice and Mrs Prentice

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Midlothian Advertiser

Midlothian Advertiser West Lothian, Scotland

12 Feb 1943

in W 4 Welfare Hall on Friday sth inst. The winners were: Ladies-1, Mrs IL consolation, Mrs G. Thomson; travelling Miss Molly Higgins; gienbi—l, and travelling prizes —Mr Walkiii.liaw; booby—Mr I). M. Miler; knock-out Miss Jean -- and Miss May Wa kiiishaw

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Linlithgowshire Gazette

Linlithgowshire Gazette West Lothian, Scotland

19 Jun 1936

Robert tuom, Mr James Flint, Mr P. C. H. Thom, Mr J. B. Thomas. _ ~ • Second Dyers’ carriage—Mr J. C. Robinson, Mr George Wiggins, Mr W. L. Morrison, Major A. B. Meiklc, Mr Kenneth Macßae, Mr J. T. Borland. , . Third Iters’ carriage—Mr James M. Trotter

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Linlithgowshire Gazette

Linlithgowshire Gazette West Lothian, Scotland

20 Oct 1933

fancied herself as an educa- Mrs Clutterbuck resided and made herself tionalist, but driving the three R’s into the * ♦.it. . heads of her own progeny seemed as hopeless erawlfn'g 1 out’ “of bow the EogliehXw the lady laird ever managed a second mortgame

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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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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

3 Dec 1965

1746. Deans at that time was lady, he did take that way, in the possession of the Norval' accompanied by his dog. The family, and the laird of the day dog ran o ff in terror as the / / li! made great preparation for the lady did appear to him, dressed ►

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

6 Oct 1972

Trade lady r Bathgate's oldest week with the tetiral respected ladies ever in the town. Mrs C. C. Barr has, it own words, laid down reins, and the Bathgate formerly Robertson's Hot( a coach-house last centul now owned by Edin businessman Mr Maurice

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

15 Dec 1922

LADY HEALTH VISI'POR. Nurse Stevenson submitted her monthly report which showed that for November she had visited 312 times. In reply to Bailie Hailstones Mr klaodonald said that in connection with the suegemtion to have children between 1 year and 5

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

18 Feb 1916

OPPORTUNITIES for YOUNG LADIES. A young lady, wishing to make herself independent or helpful, enrols for expert training in one of Skerry's specialising departments. She may ohoose to be a lady secretary, a shorthand typist, • lady book-keeper, • G.P.U.

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

30 Mar 1928

REPLY TO LADY ASTOR. Mr Shinwell had the assistance of three! of his old west of Scotland colleagues on Tuesday night—Mr James Maxton. Ml' , Mr Rosslyn Mitchell, M.P., and Mr James Welsh, M.P. The Socialist candidate had engagements at Bathgate and Armadale

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

29 Jun 1928

Campbell Currie. Peter Downie _ - J. Revd Jelin Clarkson, James Lawson , Mr s --- Reid. Mrs M•Donaltl, Mr. Rankin. Mrs The annual gala day was held on Sitar- Puree. Mr. Anderson .Mrs Knox. Mrs Ellis. lay. The event was favoured with spleu- Pageant Committee—Convenars

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

15 Sep 1944

2 Mrs Stephenson; special, Mrs Orr. Gentlemen-1 Mrs Calvert, 2 Mrs Ravie; special, Mrs Bhoebridge. The winners on Monday evening, at the function held by the Men's Section, were:—Ladies-1 Mrs Riddell. 2 Mrs On; special, Mrs Lawson. Gentlemen-1 Mr G.

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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

2 Sep 1966

fall upon his shoulders, full length, and by his side, he spoke, his tone amazed even executing his designs on the the following day was far ad- contrary to its inclination. Marion, her plump little arms himself. Could the gentle king, his contumelious

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