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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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Heywood Advertiser

Heywood Advertiser Lancashire, England

18 Jun 1971

have willth H thatday Mr ea living. Mr Davis wondered if ever y been granted to his widow Mrs be the local elections in Sexily asked about having a bath Am Davies. dt l with dark a selected the hadn't eloquently indicated in Mr Albert Pinner of 38 Stan-

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Harrow Observer

Harrow Observer London, England

20 Jun 1975

fast bowler John Price, paceman Bruce Laird and Alan Hurst, the latter two Australian tourists. Laird. opening with Price, hit 19. but the main contribution from a total of 110 came from V. Gough (40). The score was in the nineties before Henry Pinkus

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

11 Feb 1972

.W ,i- *? ■ 'iSv.i Tie laird’s AFIELD HOUDAYS AT £B' A NORTH-EAST laird is offering exclusive sporting holidays over his vast estates—at a cost of up to £BOO a week per person! The holidays are aimed principally at the American, Japanese and European

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

22 Sep 1975

1.. e Li,erpool Echo, /Amodio, Big dip in Laird Group profits Pretax profit for tnc Laird Grv..p, -.lth its diversified interests in metal industries, transport and aviation, motor components and other engineering, and dap repairing, down for the half-year

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Coventry Evening Telegraph

Coventry Evening Telegraph Warwickshire, England

5 Jun 1972

Wilfred to hospital. Spencer, and his secretary, Mr. The lAird Mayor will carry on Alun Owen, for Kiel Week, with his programme but with She is expected to stay in some adjustments so he can hospital for three days. visit his wife.

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

3 May 1973

Wrlgljt; while Mrs Jd \v. r. Darroj-h

. : w. Mrs j' CT). R, Steven (T). Aberdeen): A rid Ison Ladies) Mrs 3. C Wil- Ac

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Sports Argus

Sports Argus Warwickshire, England

28 Oct 1978

Hall steered it wide, but Coventry got on terms after 27 minutes. Long judged his kick to the corner beautifully, and as Knee and Laird chased it the Moseley man obstructed his opponent. The referee had no hesitation awarding a penalty try which HALL converted

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

3 Mar 1979

nciu ding Said Mr Des Biilington, senior management jobless. group chairman: We are Ever since, former workers going to about loud and long about this because men are being deprived of the .night to work. In a letter to Mr Billington, Mr Rab Butler, chairmic

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Wells Journal

Wells Journal Somerset, England

9 Feb 1973

Table, Mr. John Canning (centre) and his wife Diana laird left) chat with gnats at the Round Table's Ladies Night at the Red Lion, Simko Male MI Friday evening. Others i the picture, front left to right are Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Thumbs (area dolmas), Mr. Nick

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

29 Jun 1973

began this; morning in the Assembly , elections. the first succemful candidates to emerge were Mr. John Laird and Mr. Paddy Devlin in West Belfast. Mr. Laird, of the West Belfast Loyalist Coalition, topped the poll with almost twice the number of votes

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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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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post Warwickshire, England

15 Oct 1970

Ilaet ly r•rre Na els lasi rue. • close laird ■lkeprlere sad N•r ■1 Ter Cur. rage. skewed Is lie mot far h•n els brat. Despite his lispresstrt Flake• be • mile Golden tote looks prospects. Mnl•• 1• • which he battled meld the Newbury m••Ih. e shish of

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

7 Jan 1977

LAIRD PEACE PLAN FAILS: PRODUCTION STOPS TODAY HOPES that a mass meeting of platers and shipwrights would be held at Cammell Laird's Birkenhead shipyard, late yesterday and that it would lead to a resumption of work so that negotiations could take place

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Northumberland, England

27 Oct 1971

Honours base come his way, but the - Fighting Fifth will be his most important inedel to date if he can keep Corriegboil, Minas, and Baltus at bay . The Fighting Fifth has been the Rest target for Mrs. Jae* Attwood's six-year-old after his impressive r

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

6 Aug 1976

one of his twin daughters, but his wife has proved an elusive subject I think I know her face tor well. One of his daughters has in- herited his artistic trait and is studying silversmithing at Birmingham, but neither his other daughter nor his son have

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

19 Jun 1974

40 a.m., (wog, trod 141 Eekd•l• Tznit .we. Sketmerad Ye -Funeral. recton by Coyne limners. LAIRD-Jae 16 1971. 31 Cleve. Is Carders. Birkenhead. MARY MABEL LAIRD. mother of Ernest, Ronald. Richard. Thomas. Francis, Jere. and Panda. losrd and ITalle sea

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Northumberland, England

9 Jan 1970

Aintree a dream for Lady's Man THE Grand National dream of Herbert Geering ended just a few minutes after it had begun. Instead of winning any f 17,000, the Sussex permit•holder learned yesterday that he has lost his £lO entry money. Lady's Man was to have

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Kensington Post

Kensington Post London, England

24 Nov 1972

character's unusual ploy David Neville. As her name sug- to gain admission to the Jests Mrs. Drudge, played by bedrooms of the fashionable enny Laird, adds a Ltting tone ladies of the town. as well as of doom to the whole proceed- that of a particular country

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

16 Sep 1972

poultry farmer, Mr. Geoff Williams, has been appointed a director cf Tranmere Rovers F.C. A supporter for many years, Mr. Williams lives at Fiveways, Neston, and is the son-in-law of the late Tranmere chairman, Mr. Christopher Hodgson. Ladies' soccer Liverpool

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