Ardrossan - On This Day In History

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Re: Ardrossan - On This Day In History

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GLASGOW HERALD
4 MAY 1905

BIRTH

CHRYSTIE: At 18 The Crescent, Ardrossan, on the 3rd instant, Mrs James B. Chrystie; a son.
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GLASGOW HERALD
4 MAY 1909

AYR COUNTY COUNCIL

Sheriff Lorimer heard evidence in Ayr Sheriff Court yesterday with reference to a petition for additional representation on the County Council.

The petition proposed that in the district of Stevenston and Ardrossan there should be one representative for the Lighting and Cleansing District of Stevenston and another for the remainder of the electoral division.

The Sheriff made avizandum.
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Re: Ardrossan - On This Day In History

Post by down south » Tue May 04, 2021 3:17 pm

And in case you're wondering what making avizandum is :

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avizandum

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GLASGOW HERALD
5 MAY 1856

TRADE REPORT

The shipments of pig iron from the principal iron shipping ports of Scotland, for the week ending Thursday, 1st instant, included –

Ardrossan –3285 coastwise tons; 525 foreign tons; Total 3810 tons.
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GLASGOW HERALD
5 MAY 1871

DEATH

At 1 Princes Street, Ardrossan, on the 3rd instant, aged 15 years, Jessie, younger daughter of James Ogilvie Mack, writer.
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GLASGOW HERALD
5 MAY 1874

ARDROSSAN FARMERS’ SOCIETY

The society held its annual show in a field near the Cannon Hill. The weather, although dry, was somewhat cold, and still there was a good attendance.

The dinner took place in the Eglinton Hotel at three o’clock. About 40 gentlemen were present. The chair was occupied Mr Andrew Allan, of Munnoch, Dalry.

After the dinner, the chairman gave the “Ardrossan Farmers’ Society” which was drunk with all the honours.
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Re: Ardrossan - On This Day In History

Post by Penny Tray » Wed May 05, 2021 6:54 am

GLASGOW HERALD
5 MAY 1900

BIRTH

McCUTCHEON: At Arran View, Ardrossan, on the 3rd instant, the wife of William H. McCutcheon; a son.
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