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Northern Whig

Northern Whig Antrim, Northern Ireland

24 Jun 1947

making grand total of 8,783 for senior and junior sections. Mr. William Garrett was re-elected president; Mr. James Dorward, 8.5. c., vice-president; and Mr. E. J. Garrett, hon. treasurer. Mr. J. B. Houston was appointed supervisor of the Belfast Arc.i

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Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

27 Apr 1944

last night. Mr. A. H. Cole, replying to the toast the N.C.U., proposed Mr. T. Ferguson, of the N.t.A.A.A.. said that a proper track was much needed, as also was a large parking-place for bicycles in Belfast. The Minister of Home Affairs (Mr. William Lowry

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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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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

15 Dec 1930

hospital authorities are milord audiences his Continental venture should 'over the condition of Mr. C. J. Higgins, a meet with soccer's. This is what Mr. I superintendent for the contractors who are Wallace terms one of his gambles. indeed erect * a huge twe

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Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

21 Jul 1931

deceased) Mr. D. L. Coates, J.T.. Strandtown; Mr, F. L. Heyn, Mr John Patrick, Glarrvfordj.Mr. Frank Workman, Mr. H. Ci. MacGcagh, Sir Trevor Henderson, Mr. G. Herbert Brown, Colonel K. H Wallace; and also the following Sir William Coates, Bart, D.L,; Mr. Lloyd

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Lisburn Standard

Lisburn Standard Antrim, Northern Ireland

28 May 1910

subsequently find. Mr. Alfred Nutt. tbe London publisher, was drowned on Saturday while eadeasionring to on a holiday, occupying a villa at Melee. He went out fora drive with his &red 17. who in delicate health. The latter took the reins white his father walked

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

25 Nov 1929

TREASURE HUNT. (47)-By BLACKBIRD. HIS FIRST BIG FIGHT WHEN MR IiEALY SAW CARNERA. BAKER'S SON GREAT LAWYER. BIRD LOVER AND `PRONE RATER. LONDON, Monday. I suppocce Mr. Churchill will be girdle his impressions of his recent trip to the Dominion when he

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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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Northern Whig

Northern Whig Antrim, Northern Ireland

19 Dec 1925

l -« I /S*» 11 V.' HI! IH HI WiHowfftgid UitionUt Club’* Baiaar.—Ltft to right (titling)Miss Craig, Dr. William Gibson, Lady Turnsr, Sir Jamas Craig, and Miss Twrnar. Standing ;-Mr. W. MXuilough, General Secretary and Manager, and Mr. J. Shaw, Hon. Secretary

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

23 Mar 1927

with his bead &mashed, and his left hand cut off. At the inquest on Mrs. Butcher • witness gave evidence that the dead woman said, Myoung man threw himself under • train fast night and I have lost the base pal I bad. The father of Venables said his son

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

9 Jun 1931

Belfast Boat Club Lawn Tennis Tournament.—Miss N. M'Dowall playing in Ladies' Doubles (Handicap). aright Brindle, with its Trainer (Mr. Wm, Dodds), It is owned by Mr. John laird, Ballvclare, and won the Trip Cup and £lOO Stakes at Celtic Park, Belfast

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Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

19 May 1925

When Mr. Massey was last in Limavady he spoke of old times, and of his desire, when had laid down the burdens of office, > come back and have long rest in his native district. They thought of his many strong qualities, his moral integrity, Ins his candour

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

7 Jun 1909

They were a good as Lady Dufferin cure,” which is good, and she to help at is coming off this of the Children’s Street, an institui Royal and the Di taken a great inf raised to open tht Wednesday, 23rd ladies taking par! are Lady Garvagl ton, Madame Noi

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Ballymena Weekly Telegraph

Ballymena Weekly Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

4 Mar 1911

time Mr. Mr. E. Goodman seconded the motwu. Mealy was in Parliament did his lieet to which we* with enthuamsin. tore a Home Rule Government; but they Mr. Hoileten. in the bert thtek. were not going to have him in Parliament Uiey give hiro to give Mr. bow

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Belfast Weekly News

Belfast Weekly News Antrim, Northern Ireland

27 May 1909

recalled Ivan : twiceand has gone, his life m his hand. wa.s at | Odessa, and again among the bailors in the moliny at Kronst vdl His and long residence in enabled him piss an Englishman. was on work only, hut had his identity been discovered bis doom

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Northern Whig

Northern Whig Antrim, Northern Ireland

9 Nov 1850

out all his estate. There was always a running gale on the projierty, and he then offered those of his tenants who paid up the half-year rent leases for 21 and years. By referring his rental book, so ably drawn up his Ixirdship’s Solicitor, Mr. P. Scott

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Lisburn Herald, and Antrim and Down Advertiser

Lisburn Herald, and Antrim and Down Advertiser Antrim, Northern Ireland

8 Apr 1893

betrothal,” said the banker. “ I hope yon will kindly continue to excuse my father, sir. His age, his infirmities, his failing mind and body, will, I trust, be his sufficient apologies,” said the young marquis gravely. “ Yon think that he will not come

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Larne Times

Larne Times Antrim, Northern Ireland

16 Apr 1927

»n of the departure Mr. W. H. Marshall for Canada. After supper, Mr. Samuel in ford presided, and extended their hearty wishes Mr. Marshall for future success. behalf the committee and largo gathering he had pleasure in banding Mr. Marshall a -mall token

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Larne Times

Larne Times Antrim, Northern Ireland

23 Jun 1906

Gormanaton Caaile, tor v. wecklmg included, beside* Ixml and Lady Gormansion and their three eons, the wage Marchioiwss of Bulo and Ladj Marsarrt Crichton-Sluart. Marquin Marchiomaa But<- Mr. and Mrs. Patrick CVlchlon-Rlur FASHIONABLE WEDDING AT M™ Mi»a '

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