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Midlothian Advertiser

Midlothian Advertiser West Lothian, Scotland

13 Jul 1923

MIN! Meade, in weather. Ti finalists were Mr Hearne awl Mr IFlmally. Mr 3FOurat Ora,s .1 handicap es the la helm At the claw of first round Mr lydaelly led two We.. the wand round he this, u. wen with te spare. His Iris all the more as L. the M*l bees playing

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Midlothian Advertiser

Midlothian Advertiser West Lothian, Scotland

14 Oct 1949

Melrose, daughter of Mr and Mrs W. P. Melrose, Hillview Terrace, Edinburgh, to Mr Alexander Peddle Laird, son of Mr and Mrs G. Laird, Ravelston Dykes , Edinburgh. The bridegroom graduated B.L. at Edinburgh this year. The best man was Mr Austin P. N. Lee.

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Midlothian Advertiser

Midlothian Advertiser West Lothian, Scotland

1 Jun 1917

mower, Mrs Drummond and Miss 11. Toall, were unfortunately be present owing to domestic trouble. The concert opened with a piano overture, played with great skill by Mr Charles Tully, who later shared with Mrs Cadden the duties of accompanist. Mr Alex.

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Midlothian Advertiser

Midlothian Advertiser West Lothian, Scotland

24 Nov 1933

The priae-w . Ts wore as follows: - Whist-- -I, Mrs Ritchie; 2. Ili.. NI. Kilgamnr; Mrsh. Proudfaird. Gents - 1. Mr Ja% w Merrier; 2. Mr W. Graissart • Mashy, Mr Effigteshaisi. Cord mane—Miss Hamilton and Mr IL Bird. Wsmsn's Mend Insinnts.—Tie: monthke meeting

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Linlithgowshire Gazette

Linlithgowshire Gazette West Lothian, Scotland

25 Jun 1909

the young folks settling down. and Mrs Wood WaUhcuee, and party, including Mr and Mrs King, Mr Campbell King, and Miss King, drove into the park in two motor cars, which was the signal for much cheering. Shortly after Mr Wood’s arrival, the proceedings were

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Linlithgowshire Gazette

Linlithgowshire Gazette West Lothian, Scotland

15 Jan 1909

and under the superintendence of Mr and Mrs Maokie is always an undoubted success. Dancing commenced 8 p.m., and at intervals songs were rendered. by members the company. Tea was served by Mrs Maokie, Mrs Woodford, Mrs M’Lean. and Miss M’Mahon to the company

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Linlithgowshire Gazette

Linlithgowshire Gazette West Lothian, Scotland

22 Jul 1927

purveyed by Mr Scott. Provost M'Kenzie presided, supported the right by Bailie Sneddon,. E. Russell, Rev. W, J. Smith, Provost Burnett White, and Fischer, and on the left by Mr James Kidd, M.P., Hebson and Provost Hailstones. The lady guests were Mrs M‘Ken

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Midlothian Advertiser

Midlothian Advertiser West Lothian, Scotland

6 Apr 1934

story• shows Mr thud, who hail joined the arintoerat•y, the the• house is interested in amp and a soap maker. His affair is opposed by his lather and sister but Nun niekkwick• his friend, to his assiltance. Time folios's the arrival of his sister horn's

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Midlothian Advertiser

Midlothian Advertiser West Lothian, Scotland

17 Jun 1910

liroxburn by 1 Ad. Scores— West Calder. 13roxburn. Mr Shields, - 13 Mr IPLean, 28 I •iMr J. Thomson, jr. 26 Mr J. Taylor, • 84 • Air A. Mungle, 17 Mr Bird, Mr J. (Mimi, t 2 Mr Brand, 19 The funeral of Lady Baillie took place from BALERNO V. CURRIE. The match

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Linlithgowshire Gazette

Linlithgowshire Gazette West Lothian, Scotland

29 Oct 1926

Macinnes, Mrs Stewart. Mrs Graham, anil Mrs Maejarlane, asaisted Mrs (Jrswforrf. Mrs Sicholls. Mrs H. Maclarlane, Mrs Fotsjlh, Miss Lothian, and others. Congregational Stall—Mrs Gilchrist, Mrs Tennant, Mrs Win. Hog, and Mrs Jack Raritv, assisted by View article

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Midlothian Advertiser

Midlothian Advertiser West Lothian, Scotland

16 Dec 1910

touching la seriptioa. The name is John Whartoe, and it is erected by • lady, ' for his faithful bar only son.' Wu he the boy's tutor. sad did Its save his pupil's life at the cost his own? Oh, no, sir, John Wharton was so tutor. Me was • native of these

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Midlothian Advertiser

Midlothian Advertiser West Lothian, Scotland

9 Jun 1911

and vaulted is • win for the home side by shots. Boomer Oakbank. Dorris Shepherds Mr Ferguson, 21 Mr Graat, I? Mr Martin. 15 Mr Dario, Mr Wylie, 24 Mr Isms. Mr Callender, Mr Perreter. OAEBANR V. BATH°. On Monday evening last Cabala to Currie and met Ratko

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Linlithgowshire Gazette

Linlithgowshire Gazette West Lothian, Scotland

30 Apr 1926

gentlemen’s prizes, and' the ladies’ prizes were gifted by Mrs Crow' and Mr S. McDonald. The prize-winners were:— Ladigs—Mrs Menzies (ladies’ shoes) And Miss Richardson (powder box). Gentlemen —l. Mr Alex. Fernie (umbrella); 2, Mr John Menzies cigarette case)

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Midlothian Advertiser

Midlothian Advertiser West Lothian, Scotland

2 Feb 1940

close Mr Colville was given a hearty vote of thanks for his presence and address. Devito the inclement weather a company of eighty was present and th e whist was mueli enjoyed. The priaewinnen were:— Ladies. 1. Mrs Pearce; 2. Mrs Sloan. Gents 1. Mr A Fleming;

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Midlothian Advertiser

Midlothian Advertiser West Lothian, Scotland

12 Mar 1948

evening, Mrs Howden presiding over a good turn-out. They were entertained by a party from the Broxburn W.R.I. Mrs Garlick introduced the party, which comprised the following ladies: Mrs Peden. Mrs Webster, Mrs Gow, Mrs Kennedy, Mrs Corstorphine, Mrs Reid

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Midlothian Advertiser

Midlothian Advertiser West Lothian, Scotland

15 Nov 1912

Chinaman, Wong Chat. His sold it tc lie Leopard Lady in the Chumbra Valley a month ago. Leper Lady, suggested Hayes. Leopard, sakib osptainr—Leopard. The Hindu gasped a little. Hayes drew away his foot. What's the lady's name, Poonah? Why is she

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Midlothian Advertiser

Midlothian Advertiser West Lothian, Scotland

15 Oct 1943

nue - minute in Scotland. In 1939 required. Mr Fisher was presented with his portrait in oils (by Mr David S. Ewart Ail A., at CARNWATH the annual ct. termite of the N-1 emit Unto': Limes. in recognition of his 21 years devoted service to the allotment

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Linlithgowshire Gazette

Linlithgowshire Gazette West Lothian, Scotland

28 Jun 1935

bkbieS Mrs H. Watson. The following events took place on the field:—Obstacle race, girls—l, B. Linkston; 2, L, Linkston; S. M. Ryan. Obstacle race (boys)—l, D. Wilson; 8, H. Crawford; 3, W. Pollock. Married ladies’ rsoe—l, Mrs Cowan; 2, Mrs On; Mrs Gray

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Linlithgowshire Gazette

Linlithgowshire Gazette West Lothian, Scotland

3 Feb 1911

occasion, and Mr George Stilling presided over vc.y large gathering of ladies and gentlemen. Mr Stirling was accompanied on tho platform by the Lord Advocate, Mr Robert Murray, Bo’ness, president of tho West Lothian Liberal Association; Mr J. Marshall,

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Midlothian Advertiser

Midlothian Advertiser West Lothian, Scotland

1 Dec 1911

memory—A, man—As honour to his name!' , He had forgotten that! And she lied slid '—her voice was in kis ear again: he inclined his head to hear. What doss it mean, mother? ' An hornet to his name?' That his life sad his death did his name honour—shed a light

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