Reflection from Ross-shire

All the pupils at Kinlochewe Primary pictured with headteacher, Mrs Margaret MacLean

100 Years Ago Friday, 9th March, 1917 DOCKYARD Literary Society had an interesting discussion at last week's meeting on the subject of vegetarianism. The leader was Mr Eason, the president of the Society, who made out a strong case for vegetarian diet, on moral, scientific, and physical grounds.

Ross-shire Reflections: A Dip into Our Old Files

Published: Sat 04 Mar 2017

A throng gathers outside the Masonic Hall ahead of the granting of the Freedom of Dingwall in May 1899 to military hereo, Sir Hector Macdonald. Picture courtesy of Ross and Cromarty Heritage Society

100 Years Ago Friday, 2nd March, 1917 THE Sunday Post says - "There is no more popular man in the public life of the Highlands than Sir Hector Munro of Foulis, Bart, who will probably succeed the late Duke of Atholl in the directorate of the Highland Railway Company.

Reflections from Ross-shire: A dip into our old files

Published: Mon 27 Feb 2017

100 Years Ago From the Ross-shire Journal of Friday, 23rd February, 1917 KYLE - Last week the price of herring was down to 24s per cran, a great drop from the early days of January, when £10 was not an unusual figure.

Reflections from Ross-shire: 100, 50, 25 and 10 Years Ago

Published: Sun 15 Jan 2017

All the pupils and staff from Applecross Primary. The picture was taken either in the late 1990s or early 2000s

100 Years Ago - Friday, 12th January, 1917 LANCE Corporal W Hay, Seaforths, who has been mentioned in dispatches, is a son of Mrs Hay, Greenhill House, Dingwall, and a brother of Mr Roderick Hay, chemist, Dingwall.