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Lancashire Evening Post

Lancashire Evening Post Lancashire, England

21 Mar 1957

rateable to and respectively. Giving his decision Mr. J. Laird, member of the tribunal. said the court were wrong in reducing the assessment, which would reinstated at £29 gross and rateable There wlu be no order to costs. Mr. Bern had asked the court to reduce

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

17 Feb 1922

GRNAT Mr. MAKENZIE9 SPE LONDON'S B LIST. RILLIANT CIA DIADLI MUD at am laird t. ova a. rear I I remelt's, vl l ler named tO ell eels Dear ban 6 'lll 11. 7 laid I II ler la • 7. Z t c .nt ur Mae DO AS ADOVII•SANIIDPATIE LINTS AND CUS OAST OVA NUNDOIDS

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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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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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The Queen

The Queen London, England

30 Dec 1911

Berland. Lady Jersey, Lady Ellesmere. Lady Ilchester, amt the Dowager Lady Ilidiester, Lady Londesbormigh, Lady Farquhar, and Mrs Asquith. The year 1911 has seen many important marriages, among others those of Lord and Lady Linlithgow. Loral and Lady Hardwicke

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Larne Times

Larne Times Antrim, Northern Ireland

25 Sep 1947

from Cliftonville Road to Raloo on Sunday. The chief mourners were Mr. D. Lyle Hall, son; Mr. James Hall and Mr. Robert Hall, brothers, Mr. John Addison, brother-in-law, Mr. David Lyle and Mr. Robert Lyle, cousins, and a number of nephews. Rev. Norman S Boyd

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

30 Jan 1908

.4 .he lard resort i.k. '•hal ilte validity Mr. Rudkin appoint- whom wore- wosnun. ofw» wish cfaiJdrefi, «*P * t * *‘' ««*it, tfW» M«ey gyA oieeUc« <«« the pmeeouu®. Mr. bnuare could cro#.w«H.minc . Mr. Mr IkmlpeS meet t« tbe judgrwbip. the Attorney-

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The Queen

The Queen London, England

28 Oct 1911

..ft right editing, the Countess of t ininard, Mr. Mr Wilfred Agliley, tie of Mr Hrlli, 11, rhert.Mn. Arthur the Countess Northbrook, the Furl of Mr Liming. and lady Mildred Lett to right th.. hart of Mr Arthur and the arl Northbrook. Nlajesties of Spain

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Northumberland, England

5 Apr 1986

Nick's true love for his `Perfect Lady' 1 HORSEWOMAN Entail.int tribalism The c Mos THEY came In two removal vans—spilled out on a Cornish corner of Britain some 16.000 pieces of history looking for a future. That future Is now assured. Five years and

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The Queen

The Queen London, England

21 Dec 1895

THE QUEEN, THE LADY'S NEWSPAPER. THE FARMER'S SALE AND PURCHASE, the ladies present were Lady Curses, Mrs Tennant, Countess Cowley, would be completely organised before 1898, in which year the Mrs moan.Burna-•Hartopp, Hon. Mrs Feminism, Mrs Pennington ,

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

13 Mar 1937

Thought mere sung during the service. Mr. T. Johnson was the organist The mourners vtere Mrs. Hunt, Mr. J. Hunt (ions. Mr. F. H. Woolliscroft, Mr. A. H. Mills and Mr. G. A. Paddock. Mr. F. 1.. Dickson (President) and Mr. G. W. liuntbarh (Treasurerl represented

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

28 Apr 1923

eustuinel by the foliosing artistes:—Mrs Rogerson (soprano) Mrs Rubey (contralto). Mr J. S. Macpherson (her:- tonet, Mr Anderson (toner). with Mr J. D. Turner as accompanist. Miss violin let, appeared in place of Lady Drummond, who was unable to he present

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Newcastle Evening Chronicle

Newcastle Evening Chronicle Northumberland, England

8 Apr 1913

A Hi NT LADIES. ffrAPPORD-BROCICYII. tlwe Eminent elpeetalket In all Female Camplhiata. has annosatiag that Purt REMEDY far famonna taro last, %WITHOUT lIEDICLNE • the only . e d epomb sae known It wets tmenedutte, and interfere as bounekokl dutboa I

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Newcastle Evening Chronicle

Newcastle Evening Chronicle Northumberland, England

29 Apr 1964

(11rwnt to provide new Miners pick candidate ntiRMA M maim toda Mr .1 tuned i W ..A 'flan ti t ve RACING MAIM tabour MP tor North- West Durham He a Mr Rabat W aunties CARm a:r= .. the. S Mr Romer, *No e et Drive Mali Lane &AM* am bate' the Durham Area N

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

5 Nov 1908

Demon Mr. Corkhill mentioned that Fesso had been A goods train of nineteen • 4 r akr Penrod • Moreno. .. bedded to the Meals l'etnntittee among themselves , which, in No far as they aa•Mr P 9 Bateerd's tln inter .. that of Iron , and an was Mr. opp said

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The Queen

The Queen London, England

16 Jan 1886

lad week, and our meant sketches fora the complement to it in of portraiture and drew may be npcs and Lady gave every &Wit, to cur &Aid to do his THE Mr/MLR BALL AT THE MANSION HOUSE. s yap et.) A fall of AL pleasant Twelfth Night km already in last issue

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

16 Dec 1896

^lcq^XK .His had benten tbo lolegrapk office. of hi( , M? . lb his usual ci-.aerted North, had to .x.cut. commission of fire and \fc / upou it, »« I believe the owner was afraid te historical character. flower thshuttonhole' , been some m.autss hi. post

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Sheffield Weekly Telegraph

Sheffield Weekly Telegraph Yorkshire, England

30 Nov 1912

mnloitalitK Mr, Plant Hi- Mr, 1.0h.-ini -olintor. Mr IV;i\ Potrer Dist.hargetl tU'ik .'ir. PaynM'.fit. Willi.im WaiUly \>| < lun illiv'r. I) ne'. Jjii.i'l l.nijolMl l»:il ov-luxi ill Ivor. <-hauft>ui police' sergeant ‘'« iouK,“ found for Mr. llm Lady, Jx)bc*ii;i%

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Hamilton Herald and Lanarkshire Weekly News

Hamilton Herald and Lanarkshire Weekly News Lanarkshire, Scotland

9 Dec 1904

~~~ and yet Mr Dunlop crime here blowing with all him might his paper trumpet about friend Mr Thomson and John Watson Limited. Mr Dunlop—Mr Dyer knows nothing about it. He would be better to hold his tongue. NOTICF.S. OF MOTION. By Mr Nl'Leea—That burgh

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