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  • County: Armagh, Northern Ireland
  • For Years: 1900 - 1949
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Portadown Times

Portadown Times Armagh, Northern Ireland

11 Sep 1925

inclined to be erratic in his display on Saturday. His clearances were poor occasionally. Laird was not much in thepicture at inside left. This was the weak link in the shain on Saturday. Bobby Faloon, as a centre half, can hold his own with the best. Moorehead

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Portadown Times

Portadown Times Armagh, Northern Ireland

22 Jun 1923

Catholic Church located in the County of Armagh. Mr. Parkhill, who follows as vice-president, a minister well-known over Ireland, the Rev. James M. Alley, whose wife is a Portadowu lady, will, we prophesy, in his year of office prove to be one of the greatest

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Portadown Times

Portadown Times Armagh, Northern Ireland

13 Mar 1925

long . bcfore Mr. W. 0. Moriarty. R.M. (presid- as the Lord spared them. ing), aod other magistrates, Mr. H. Elliott spoke of Mr. Johnston's , serseaut Foster summoned Miss Mina work in Scotch St. Woods, Cavanagrove, for selling pure mar- Mr. Moses Walker

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

1 Nov 1902

Scotch verdict of — Not proven. Mr William Laird Cowdy, BA., Portadown, has been elected President of the Irish Christian Endeavour Union in snooesaion to Rev. James Maoonachie, BA., Belfast. The honour is well deserved, Mr dowdy was one of the earliest

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

14 Feb 1903

despite, had refrained from giving his usual orders on the ground of competition, shook his head moodily, saying that Mr. Jones might have heard it anywhere ; there bad been enough talk about it. Mr. Jones paused in his winding to exclaim, Of course !

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

4 Apr 1903

ridiculed the affair. Lady Jeans merely smiled at criticism, but when the association was working well she invited that lady to be present upon one evening. The critic was speedily turned into the admirer. Ab, my dear friend, said Lady Jenne. If no one

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

17 Jan 1903

next minute staggered up with his burden to those crowding faces. He's safe—Westray's safe! Praise be to God, he's safe. The laird's safe! The shout drowned Big Angus's sobbing laugh of sheer satisfaction as he laid his burden beside the doctor. Now

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

28 Feb 1903

the market for his beast? He was in got!sequence full of blatant contempt for lees fortunate people ; especially for Angus who bad not sold his—Angus who had contra di cted him to his face—Angus who came up to the sweetie booth imitating his order for a

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

9 May 1908

Henry By Mr H. Kingsborough—To repair 63 perches Kingsborough, John O'Neill, James Walsh, James of road off Cannagola Road to Mr Love's gates. Sloan. and Thomas Gilpin. Probable cost, 83 tts. Mr W. J. Corner, Clerk, and Mr John Donnelly, By Mr John Jackson

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

10 Jan 1903

grandfather, Mr. Macdonald, gave old John —who died last year—the best house and land, he was his kelp burner— And what has that to do with it? interrupted the laird angrily. Can't a man mention his rents nowadays without having kelp flung at his head? I

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

21 Feb 1903

I'm glad. The laird did his wife enough harm in his lifetime, as even Peter agreed—indeed, he went so far as to say that in his opinion she would almost have been justified th—in suppressing the deed if— That was very considerate of Mr. Macfie, j interrupted

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Portadown Times

Portadown Times Armagh, Northern Ireland

17 Feb 1939

ciety of Friends, 1 Congregational. Mr. W. Laird Cowdy, 8.A., J.P.. was president in 1902 (he was secretary 1906-10): Mr. R. H. Stephens Richardson in 1914; Mrs. W. Moffaz Clow in 1916: and Mr. W. M. Clow. J.P.. in 1922. Mr. Cowdy edited The Irish Endeavourer

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

24 Jan 1903

aware of the existence of The British Ladies' Football Club. It was inaugurated at Crouch End in 1893 under the presidency of Lady Florence Dixie, and has played on almost every ground in the United Kingdom. The ladies play strictly according to Association

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

25 Apr 1908

well. Of • modest and retiring disposition his honours had always come to him uns.ought. He (the preacher) had made Mr. Laird's a quaintance at the outset of the ministerial career as he was superintendent of his circuit to which he was first appointed,

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

26 Aug 1905

sabered on his 21st year. The Mackintosh was formerly Lieutenant-Colonel commanding the Erd Battalion Cameron Highlanders, of which be is now honorary colonel. His son, the laird-to-be, Mr. Alexander Angus Mackintosh has a dash of Webb blood in his veins,

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

29 Dec 1906

Returning from the Roseendale Hunt, Mr. Edward Hoyle. of Bacup, the former master. sustained a fractured collar-bone through his horse slipping and falling. Miss Lucia Darling, daughter of Mr. Jun tice Darling, was married to Mr. Keppel Putteney, of St. Austins

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

19 Aug 1911

Portadown. Mr Samuel Rose, Mr M•Gonigal, and Mr G. M'Cracken appeared fur creditors, and Messrs. E. D. Atkinson A Son for the bankrupt. Mr Ross moved the appointment of Mr John Calvin as creditors' assignee, and this applioation was supported by Mr M GJnipl

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

19 Nov 1904

gift—a gold watch—which accordingly he would call on Mr Wardell to ask Mr Lindsay to accept. Mr Wardell, on conveying the presentation, said —Ladies and gentlemen, 1 shall have great pleasure in handing Mr David nt Henry Lindsa him by y this the valuable

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

26 Mar 1904

SOLICITOR ' S PEES. Mr O'Reilly mentioned that he had bad an interview with Mr Hayes, the Board's solicitor, regareing his charges for professional service in prosecutions instituted by the Board. He stated that in petty session oases Mr Hayes was prepared

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

24 Jan 1903

again, Misther Magnus, pleasth, pleaded the child, making his hearer stoop suddenly to catch the frail — Attie figure in his arms, swing it to his knees, and lie back ' °addling it close to his arms. Seen so, almost touching each other, the two faces looked

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