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26 matches for Laird And His Lady Mr Kinairdht in the British Newspaper Archive

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

22 Jul 1925

ashed hi° ° h 'Newspaper, smashed his glasses, and escaped in the at Messrs Laird, Birkenhead on Tuesday, said, amid laughter, that it was a new idea that a vessel launched by a lucky-lady would bo lucky. I shall have to se 0 about, getting a lady starter

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

26 Mar 1896

testator bequeaths £10,000 to his wife, and £5,000 each to his four sons, and to his daughter, Jane. The residue of his real and personal estate he leaves, upon trust, for his wife for life or widowhood, and then between his five children in equal shares

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

14 Nov 1928

pioneer of the rubber industry, who left £13,235, gave his residence and furniture and his shares in the Mergni Crown Rubber Estates to Ethel Horsman, for the devoted way she nursed him through his serious illness, * When at Hull County Court Tuesday a

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

9 Sep 1908

Leader S 9 Mr Firth's Sour Grapes Hallick 9 Mr Bibby's Dorastue T Waugli 5 Mr Fame's Seedcake Taylor 5 Capt C Wood's Greek Play Hartigan 5 Mr W Bass's Lady Uneas II colt Taylor 8 5 Mr Carlton's T Leader 5 Mr H S Goodson's Lesterland Lynham 5 Mr B Sheriffe's

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

5 Sep 1922

and communicated with his brother, Mr R. H. Laird, who went to the house and discovered the body, death being apparently due to gas poisoning. Associated with the company since his boyhood, Mr Laird had been Messrs Cammell, Laird's Liverpool shipping agent

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

24 Dec 1923

ut! —Well, then, how izsit the flies comes buzzin' out'n his cellar window backwards and in circle,'? Old lady (to chemist): I want a box of canine pills.— Chemist: What's the matter with the lady I want you to know, sir, that my husband a gentleman!— Chemist

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

11 Nov 1882

players and patrons of draughts. Mr. G. H. Powell, draught editor of the Blade, was appointed referee; M-. B. A. Durgin umpire for Mr. Wyilie, and Mr. a. & Grasse umpire for Mr. Barker. The toes tor ohofoe sides was won by Mr. Wyilie, who elected to play

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

9 Sep 1924

place, and he had never ablo_ his garden order. Until the kind made him Laird of and Lady had never had a home of their own. Bullet-headed Costers.—Addressing two rostermongers charged North London on Monday with obstruction. Mr Pope, the magistrate, said:

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

16 Mar 1922

been Mayors of Swansea, Mr Charles Williams, the first r Labour chairman of the Flintshire County Counr cil, told his colleagues in replying to a vote of thanks on Wednesday when finished his year office.—A notable trio. i Can't you chastise your wife

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

5 Feb 1897

(Aber) cornets. Mrs Lakeside: lam going to study law. Mrs Shortrybbe: It will nice; then yo« can get your own divorces. We are not hostile to Voluntary schools, said Mr Asquith last night. Will some political friend of his tell us what his party have

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

18 Nov 1882

be unsound. (M I propose draw this move, which, tt sound, will leave Mr. 0.K., and pro Mr. Tonar wrong. I was greatly surprised Mr. Robertson admitting his inability to maintain his assertion. for very frequently will not fire in although vanquished

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

8 Dec 1921

Nidd, will bungalow town in green and terra-cotta. For the entertainment of tbe colony cinema hall being erected. ft * ■* Mr W. Laird, member of Maryport (Cumberland) Housing Committee and ex-chairman the council, suggests that the houses built by the council

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

13 Feb 1892

bit of practice.-.On. £4. No. 1,965.— Laird ud Lady.™ Flayed at 32 »n •» lmr«t tha lata lota Wat and Mum and «h» fiat prise for btilliaaqj tie r«ttl eosapeottan eoodadad. pimn which the bad am mao*.M». White. Mr. Wa». 9-13 15-18 17-21 (i)U-16 17 14 26

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

14 Mar 1921

stated on Saturday that a flag day for the unemployed was to be arranged. In asking for the help of the ladies remarked that a nice smile from lady often got half-a-crown from a man's pocket no time. *** , .j g the difference, asked the teacher, between

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

11 May 1923

monopoly of all the best tunes was pointed out. BESOM FOR BRIDE. Mr Charles Edmonstone, the new laird of Duntreath, son of Sir Archibald and Lady Edmonstone, and his wife, a niece of Lady Beatty, on arriving home from their honeymoon were met by estate

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

25 Nov 1882

BritalnTthat Mr. would oome off the victor over Mr. Backer, without being to make very strong effort, but Mr. Barker has been underrated by them ail. and this has developed the fact that either Mr. Barker is an able and scientific player, or else Mr. Wyllie

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

15 Oct 1909

presented*. Mr Cody, the aviator, now Doncaster, with a lucky Dig. ? ? . We are all inclined to give the man who agrees with us more credit for wisdom than deserves. it The rule of three recognised l who lives with his mother-in-law, his wife, and his first

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

16 Jul 1864

auspices of the National Union. It is generally reported that the eldest son of Mr. William Jackson, M.P., will contest Birkenhead at tbe next election, opposition Mr. Laird, the present member. A very beautiful memorial tablet to perpetuate the memory

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

1 Jul 1926

took charge of a baby and nursed it his arms. The bachelor magistrate (Mr ?amuel Pope) gave instructions about iaby's bottle, and the bachelor usher readjusted the baby's garments. t * * Colonel Lane-Fox informed Mr he House of Commons, on Wednesday, that

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

4 Nov 1882

tnatisea recently published by Mr. Janvier appreciated toe draught-playtng puMlr. and the *ales an far ahead his expectations. Hi* Andmon. although a price at which player* not nadilv respond, i* readily uixpoaed of; hi* btorgta. a pnea more moderate

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