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  • County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
  • For Years: 1950 - 1999

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

3 May 1962

represented by Mr. Vivian Simpson, Labour, and in Clifton, for which Mr. William Morgan, the Minister of Health, sits. In Londonderry It is believed that Mr. Edward McAteer, Nationalist M.P. for the Foyle Division, will again be opposed by Mr. Stephen McGonagle

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

3 Jan 1968

the • flat for his has been denied. to fill the mind of a man. If , , I Stakes and wound up with a goal. Fallon dived—and the co-owners. Mrs. Beryl Carr. I half-and-half reputation. you wanted a dream. Mill ball rolled underneath his Mr. Rupert Chalmers

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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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Larne Times

Larne Times Antrim, Northern Ireland

30 Nov 1950

name of Boyd was known in Irish Presbyterianism. Both Dr. Boyd and his wife had been missionaries. Mr. Lynas gave a message from Rev. Mr. Hanson, senior minister of the church, who sent his best wishes for the success ot the sale. After telling some of the

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

29 Jan 1958

HOFFMANS 114. T. ORA) Ladles' ?laird:um% Wig Makers. Hair Treatment and Hair Messrs, eta Revise vacated the premises la High Street. Mr. 011 Cloning of his NEW LADIES' SALON al 93 HIGH STREET (Int Floor) will be pleased to meet old and new Mends Mi. Orr

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

20 Jul 1959

owned by Mr. Laird, was second. Riders were George McAuley (14) and Michael McAuley (12). Princess Grace. ridden by lan Poots, was third. Sixty-four donkeys took part in the racing, which was under the auspices of the local football club. Mr. Laird has already

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

20 Mar 1952

to be taxed in default of a L ree T er ii. L C.. Mr. Agnew. QC.. and Mr, W. Boonton Ostructed by John Gallery) , were for the land. and Mr. Jura graparran. Q.C.. P.. and Mr. J. A. 'roan obstructed by Mr. 0. Dread') t the defendant. Belfast ship's derrick

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

18 Dec 1964

WILLETT miles. Irish based seven-year-old 1 T , A Brazier, 5 12-12 made quite an impression on 12.311-Yeung Friendly Mr J Woodmen (7) his first appearance in England 1.01--Lally3 3240. Baskerville II (12), A Cobbett, 5 11-11 - last season when running a

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Ballymena Weekly Telegraph

Ballymena Weekly Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

25 Nov 1955

were;— Work—Mrs. R. J. McClintock, Mrs. J. Leetch, jun., Mrs. W. Leetch, Mrs. J. Perry, Miss J. Davison, Miss B. Johnston. Cakes Mrs. A. Wright, Mrs. T. Nicholl, Jun., Mrs. R Hamilton. Grocery and variety —Mrs. F. Small, jun., Mrs. T. M. O’Neill. Mrs. H. Wallace

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

21 Nov 1958

fact that Ma n y knee showed no for a splendid century, his sian of bothering him at all. and second of the tour and the Not until Martin returned to the he had run into his best form. 73rd of his career. At the attack did the stand end, when 1411 close

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

10 Feb 1968

Painted Lady ends of the city next The Belfast Press say: A . with the great would decrease overnight. g.ven under its auspices since am (with an indication of I.AsT WEEK'S SOLUTION week. play with a really good JIMMY JOHNSON (Mrs.) C. M. LAIRD its inception:

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Ballymena Observer

Ballymena Observer Antrim, Northern Ireland

21 Mar 1958

resided at Mill Entry, Branghshane. A surfaceman, he was extremely wellknown, and his death has caused deep regret among his many friends. He survived by his daughter, Mrs. W. Lynn, Ballymena. The funeral was to Broughshane New Cemetery, the Rev. R. Marrow

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Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

25 Jan 1955

shops lea)'; Mr. C. C. Holland. Prcsidcni ititlng P P of ‘he Chamber, led the deputat.on. reference* .to Manager. which Included Mr. c WANTED, Waltreaa, live In.-Apply Dawson, Mr. F. C. Rogan. Mr Crown Hotel, Great Victoria Street. J Magee and Mr. J. Little

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

10 Sep 1957

Co. Ltd.. Sir Jarnes Laing & Sons Ltd.. and Laird & co. Ltd. as appointed naval architect Queen's island in '1922 and in 194 when he was , eded by Mr. Rupert Cameron. Tobin is survived by his x.'e and a son. Mr. Tor Tobin. who .ca formerly a Deputy . rector

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Northern Whig

Northern Whig Antrim, Northern Ireland

27 Jun 1956

dinner in Lancaster, where thev were welcomed to the ancient city by the Lord Mayor. Councillor Mrs. J. Daniel, and the Lady Mayoress. Councillor Mrs. J. Piehard. Mrs. Dsn lei said there were many links between the North and Midlands of England and Northern

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

23 Jun 1958

and 20 and August 3. Sailing tickets are necessary for ecrtain dates in July and August. Mr. W. Wilson, assistant ' , ewe manager, Burns and Laird Lbw, Glasgow. and Mr. W. Rushton'. passenger manager, Glasgow. travelled from Ardrossan on Saturday on board

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

18 Nov 1958

Box 32152. YOUNG lady required. bleb-class Grocery and Provisions; Saturday halfday.-18. MILLIGAN. 51 Belmont Road. MANS Lady required to assist in Chemist's Shop. city suburbs; state are and standard of education.—Box 3257. YOUNG Lady required. Draper's

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Northern Whig

Northern Whig Antrim, Northern Ireland

8 Aug 1957

wigs that are the Sir Robert and Lady Qransden; insignia of the legal profession Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Dunbar; Mr. here. To the Americans they are rla h “aulkner. M.P,. and Mrs. strange piece of panoply, but Faulkner: Mr. anr Mis. J. W. last night a number

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Northern Whig

Northern Whig Antrim, Northern Ireland

1 Apr 1957

Association, to be held in the Unionist Headquarters. Glengall Street, on Friday. Mr. Edmund Wamock, Mr. N. Martin and Dr. N. D. Laird will also be among the speakers. Coffee party Mrs. H. Dales lending her home. 68. Circular Road. Strandtown. for a coffee party

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

27 Feb 1975

Lek. Mass tor morrow !Praia.) at 11 a.m. latermeat Immrllalrly afterwards. Ilarply tea rein) bv his sorrewont four. likurahtara wad Parntiy COO*. Our Lady of Lourdes fotoroodo tat 11D11Y1. • Deephr restrOwd by • hk Mother •in-law and Father-In•Wv. %Oh

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