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Ufe-bZlT^:Fun, TOWN_COUNCIL

Ufe-bZlT^:Fun, TOWN_COUNCIL

and Mrs C. J. Brown, $2; Mr and Mrs William Wilson, $9; Mrs Catherine Duthie. $2; Mrs Margaret Ritchie, $2; Mr and Mrs William Trail, $10;/ Mr James Dingwall, $9; Mr Arthur F. Buchan, $10; Mr and Mrs Joe Dingwall, $10; Mr and Mrs A. Buchan, $9; Mr and
May 19, 1953 - Fraserburgh Herald and Northern Counties' Advertiser - Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THEFT OP COAL

THEFT OP COAL

Lister. Andrew Melville. Robert Trail. Gilmour x. Robert Ballingall. William Henderson, Robert Anderson. Alexander Lawson. William Trail. Alexander Wyllie. Robert Hutchison. John Hall. James Law. Robert Blytb. John Dick. David Bonthron. John Davidson. John
October 23, 1954 - Fife Free Press, & Kirkcaldy Guardian - Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland
 
THE FRASERBURGH HERALD AND NORTHERN COUNTIES*" ADVERT-SER

THE FRASERBURGH HERALD AND NORTHERN COUNTIES*" ADVERT-SER

Solomon Chapter No. 18, which had been dormant for many years. During the evening songs were contributed by Companions William Trail (No. 38) and Robert fnnes (No. 21). Lcdgs Fraser No. 2G7 T:-,e Annual Installation of Officebearers of Lodge Fraser, No
March 11, 1958 - Fraserburgh Herald and Northern Counties' Advertiser - Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DEDICATION SERVICE

DEDICATION SERVICE

performed the Dedication ceremony. The choir was in charge of the organist, Mrs Murray, and a duet was rendered by Mr and Mrs William Trail, and a quartette by Mrs W .Trail, Miss J. Runcie, Mr W. Trail and Mrs J, Simpson. SANDHAVEN AND PITULLIE CHURCH WOMEN’S
March 3, 1953 - Fraserburgh Herald and Northern Counties' Advertiser - Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
STORM OVER WYOMING

STORM OVER WYOMING

at 7.25. CHILDREN'S CINIINA CLV William Trail in
January 29, 1954 - Wishaw Press - Wishaw, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
LEFT DOOR SECURED

LEFT DOOR SECURED

DOOR SECURED Leonard William Trail, of Great Plumtree. Harlow, a I committee member of Mark Hall and Netteswell Community Association, said their headquarters were at the Moot I House. In the roof there was an attic in which equipment ! for social events
January 6, 1956 - Herts and Essex Observer - Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, England
 
BUS DRIVER FINED

BUS DRIVER FINED

John William Trail. aged 40. corporation bus driver, of 213 New Street. St. Helens. was fined £6 at St Helens to-day for driving without due care . Chief Inspector E Brown said the bus was making t turn into Baldwin Street from Cot he
September 17, 1952 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Next Week HARRY LESTER And HIS HAYSEEDS Joyce Golding Joan ilinde SUN.. 16th July—6 0 p.m. Franehot Tone. William Warren

Next Week HARRY LESTER And HIS HAYSEEDS Joyce Golding Joan ilinde SUN.. 16th July—6 0 p.m. Franehot Tone. William Warren

Next Week HARRY LESTER And HIS HAYSEEDS Joyce Golding Joan ilinde SUN.. 16th July—6 0 p.m. Franehot Tone. William Warren TRAIL of the VIGILANTES (U) Richard Arlen, Andy Devine TROPIC FURY (A)
July 14, 1950 - Thanet Advertiser - Ramsgate, Kent, England
 
XPERIMENT IN ABERDEEN SCHOOLS?

XPERIMENT IN ABERDEEN SCHOOLS?

spent four years as a chaplain to the Army, serving at home and in the Far East and Middle East. Going To Carlisle Mr William J. Trail, principal of the Gregg Business School, Aberdeen, since 1938, will leave at the end the year to take over '.he Carlisle
November 26, 1953 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
I'ftuKCjtf jvtrtTcres

I'ftuKCjtf jvtrtTcres

and P.». Re*. Professor JOHN M. GRAHAM. M.A. 7.10 p.m —Closin. Meetn» ot Study Circle ‘.a Session House. Soeaker: Mr WILLIAM J. TRAIL. Subject; • Youth and the Church Are doin« enough for' »hemv Chairman: Mr IjTBRRYHILL NORTH—II ano p.m. —Rev J H. BURRY
March 8, 1952 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland