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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

19 Dec 1942

stewards weirs—Mrs. I. Jackson takes the place of Mr. Joe Jackson in Cloncore: Mr. Christopher Jackson in place of his sister. Miss Annie Jackson. in Derryall: Mr. W. T. Church and Mr. James Wright become Society Stewards in Thomas Street. Mr. James Copeland

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

8 Jul 1911

the door of his club, paused a moment on the steps, looked up and down at the throngs of hurrying people. A hansom driver raised his whip, but Brockbank shook his head. He stood drawing on his gloves, and bolding his umbrella tight under his arm, for there

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

8 Feb 1890

following ladies kindly presided at the tee tables: Mrs Alga Tina. Mrs Anderson, Ulster Bank, Mrs Laird, Mrs Cowd , Mrs Jandaon, Mrs M'Clellanit Mrs Dawson, Corotrin Mrs M'Kell, Mrs Car- Afro Armaroft, and Miss Bathurpt, Miss Cochrane; View article

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

12 Jun 1943

Rev. Mr. Rey. Mr. M'Farland and Rev. for Cremore were:—Mrs. S. Clegg, Waddell. Mrs, Whiteside. Mrs, J may have te things which are M'Caughan said that ordinatiOn was Ftobt. Milford replied to the toast of Mrs. J. Denny. Mrs. M. Donaid-Cully, Mrs. E. Clarke

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

1 Nov 1890

names of the ladies who presided over the tee.tables ;—Mrs Armstrong, Mrs Laird, Mrs Shillington (Tavanagh) ; Mrs Millington (Alta ; Mrs Joseph Conan, Miss L Collor Miss Elliott, Mrs Anderson Mrs Dawson, Mrs Thornton, Mrs Seth Robb, Miss Robb, View article

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

12 Oct 1935

the programme:—Mrs. Kelly, Amazingly Low Prices, part of any thanksgiving service. namely, of the hymn Thou Whose Almighty At the Sunday morning service the re- brain had to be fed as well as his body. Miss A. Best. Mr. J. Milligan and Mr. W. N I ti p

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

11 Jun 1932

had never a word with accused before. On behalf of the congregation Mrs. H. Dunlop presented to Mr. Barton a handsome solid leather travelling case, and Mrs. W. Conn presented to Mr. Fee a very useful dressing case. Speeches of appreciation were made

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

8 Sep 1928

every country in the rate of wager. paid Messrs. Is Linen, Linen, Linen. Midden. Mrs. Menary, Mrs. Talletelre. very small boys, their favourite method • Mrs. itrotvillee, Mrs. Johnston. We. fighting was b y th row i ng ston es at Front growing flax to linen

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

30 May 1936

married man to associate too In the first round of the Irish Senior the next-of-ki n. Mr. H. Burns, in his secretarial report, Sion that no tunes of a party nature would Mr. William Robert Irwin, Rossory referred to the team's playing record last „ Just at

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

21 Jan 1911

He put on his brakes, but crashed of York was born, his father being the into it, though he was quite certain his brakes pariah minister; and it was from the then acted. He believed that steam from the pilot laird of Fyvie that Dr. Lang got his Chrisengines

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

20 Feb 1897

attitude partner. He has issued special notice to the pubhe had meowed. His legs Were craned, his bands on limns of the city, offering his assistance in turning his knees, and his bead and neck thrust forward. out their &waken or half-drunken cashmere

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

28 Feb 1874

said. • glib the vinhse. .Mo' • ' his rhea' ens** is Ws* ___ Thogikeemeed tin Lewd 11 ram* 04..7* an beery thug learn pet •• Sate 7, wit' aresst-bon• and-learsoed their value, Ihre•MlL athitie eon mid wormy, ear 'Mr 6 Mr Cizi•ton)-LI bet war' . i

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

24 May 1924

Seats may FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY.. booked at Mr W. Laird's, 13 Corn Marl A MATEUR Photographers - lou r • MOTHERS 5 CHURCH STREET, PORTADOWN AT feason Tickets on sale at Me ALL that Holding hi the Tow/Mind of Gibson & Co's, and Messrs Sharman

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

22 Jun 1889

of Jamie Fleeman, the Laird of Cdny's fool, extended far beyond the boas& of Aberdeenshire. la fact, judging from the many well-authenticated instances of his powers of repent*, his place would seem to be with the wits of hi. country rather than with

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

26 Mar 1864

general satisfaction, and none but first class workmen are employed on thepremises. A PtItFECT FIT GrAD.ANTEED. Ma- Igh7 • - mr LADIES' RIDING- HABITS. A large Assortment of the Newest Shapes in BLAIR'S Pi= HATS just to hand. WILLIAM PAUL AND SON. feat which

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

24 Nov 1945

four spot izes an J. d ELECTIONS these were won by M, Mrs. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. A. Magee, Mr, W. D. Sloan and Miss Harvey, and McNabb. Mr . Joshua Ward and Mrs . The prizes were distributed by Mrs. R. W. Whitten. Dancing continued till a late hour and

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

23 Jun 1888

become Independent through their overdone In the eol.mies. Mr Robert Whitten was one of those who came t this neighbourhood and he had made arranger. its to mewl the summer with his brother, Mr W Whitten of William Street. Re had be en successful as a

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

27 Feb 1897

and Lady Isobel Stanley, Lady Valentia, who pre, seated • daughter, Viscountess Parker, Lady Rivers-Wilson, Lady Rodney, lady Clementine Walsh, lady Maud Warrender, Lady Lister-Kaye, Lady Isabella Keane, Lady Evelyn Cavendish, Lady Mayfair, Lady Slade

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

10 Apr 1909

to me! Mr. and Mrs. Courtney departed, shaking the dust of the house off their feet; Archie also went out. Mr. Stokes, a substantial cheque in his possession, took his way to the station, alone; the housekeeper packed her boxes. Only Mr. and Mrs. Renton

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