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Newry Reporter

Newry Reporter Down, Northern Ireland

8 Sep 1908

COMEDIAN BECOMES A LAIRD. Mr. Harry Lauder. the comedian, has rcgd:ed the extensive estate of Airds, Appin, Argyllshire. It contains 4,000 acres, and in taking it over the comedian becomes a Scottish laird. As is generally known. Mr. Lander commonced life

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Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer

Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer Down, Northern Ireland

26 Dec 1891

Never had such • craving seized him before ; but his hopelessness, his despair, seemed to be turning his heart to stone. He was reckless—madl With his teeth set hard, and a wild look in his eyes, he had his hand upon the swinging door, when a child's plaintive

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North Down Herald and County Down Independent

North Down Herald and County Down Independent Down, Northern Ireland

21 Sep 1918

paces. Mr. Ewalt--4 Zoo's hold a brief for Arintle,&i I like to see fair play. The Clerk (reading Mr. Elliott's letter) —• His work has been generally unmans' factory. Mr:Gowan—lt would be beiter for us to take no action. Leave it to Mr. Ewalt and Mr. Elliott

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Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer

Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer Down, Northern Ireland

20 Jul 1889

celebrated GOOD MORNING! Have eon used AND DISCOUNT BANK. W. LAIRD YOUR OWN HAIR PELEE' 3NEGALL STREET, BELFAST, GOOD MORNING! Sap? Private Loans to all Claws, with- SPECIAL. HAS PLEASURE IN INFORMING HIS CUSTOMERS THAT HE IS NOW MOUNTED IN showing the Lana Novelties

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

1 Jan 1839

sauUqgl|klooks on his far-gathered store; Nor dream? that the path of his sunshine is brief— From (he ripe of the grain to the sear of the leaf; That soon o’er hi* shieling the storm shall prevail. And the snows of the Winter rest deep in his vale. Buat-strocl

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Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser

Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser Down, Northern Ireland

23 Jan 1869

what would ! then be Mr. Laird’s feelings and wishes? Would a new treaty of peace and friendship with his Govem- me nt bind him more than the old one did ? If Mr. Johnson imagines that he was sent to England to make peace with Mr. Laird, he is gravely mistaken

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County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard

County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard Down, Northern Ireland

8 Apr 1910

intimated his intention of meeting the Building Committee on Friday at 4 o'clock. and further stated that if Mr. M'llerkan was sufficiently well he would Ake to confer with him at his residence. as his opinion on some of the items would be important. Mr. Milliken

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North Down Herald and County Down Independent

North Down Herald and County Down Independent Down, Northern Ireland

23 Jun 1916

following ladies organised the collector in the several die tents:—Wm Mmeen, Mrs. Logan, Miss Kelly, Mrs. Gorman, Mrs. Mann, Mrs. Absalom, Mrs. M'Kee, Mrs. M'Aleekap, Mrs. Lovett, Mrs. Healey. since. I have no connection with the crime, if dame was one.

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County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard

County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard Down, Northern Ireland

10 Jan 1908

Duffsrin sad Ava, Lady Hernsoine Blackwood, Colonel and Mrs. Hamilton, the Mimes Hamilton, Min Kelsey, Rev. G. T. Fielding, 8.A.; Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Lepper, Mrs. Aicken. the Hon. Tres, Bingham, the Hon. Clare Bingham, Mr. Gerald Bingham, Mr. R. Jones, Dr

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Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer

Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer Down, Northern Ireland

10 Oct 1891

WI sod Mr. B. Harsh Tire pressoted, ems by Mr. ea. Wit ether by Lewis, we line row were given by Mr. Robed and Mr. Nelson. norms we sent by :—low. Richardson, Mrs. lavetY, Wm Winder, Miss Jones, Miss Polka, Mica J. Ritchie, Mrs. Gwynn*, Mrs. Gillespie

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Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer

Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer Down, Northern Ireland

16 Jan 1897

reds.. a Mr Wren Wird per ▪ bra door. Ira Or as rru a O a., prim lb. rill r, d WO elm Mr Is err ▪ M. ao• ab. mien Ora at mere. ray Werner.. ab. Orin. res.. &SI .1 WYK bags a • .W Or bp ember e.. delis er e. a a 11.. roilr elan, ask bra r ▪ Mr Er L air

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North Down Herald and County Down Independent

North Down Herald and County Down Independent Down, Northern Ireland

12 Sep 1931

on this to his wife, she washed . her face,' lifted her shawl—and away! He never ordered her out of the house in his life, and he was still willing to keep her as far as his means allowed. Once when he was 14 days away from home he left his wife with

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North Down Herald and County Down Independent

North Down Herald and County Down Independent Down, Northern Ireland

6 Jul 1900

mashie later, when from • mak to Mrs. Glom, she emosatared him ea the wood path below Cern, Cara. A little to his ampriee, she showed so ladies- Mom avoid him. lkoppmg whoa some yards distant, she died her dark eyes his, and apposed to wait for him to

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

6 Oct 1829

artist, remarkably striking were his ordinary attitudes. Andrew Gemmells had little of the cant of his calling; his wants were food and shelter, or trifle of money, which he always claimed, and reemed to receive, his due. He sung good song, told good

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North Down Herald and County Down Independent

North Down Herald and County Down Independent Down, Northern Ireland

15 Feb 1936

choice. 1 thought Laird the best player on the field. The passes be gave to his outside man absolutely delighted me and then the brains—that's what I like. Did you notice how he afterwards ran into position to receive a return pass from his winger? An almost

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Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer

Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer Down, Northern Ireland

19 Jul 1879

itaggie's age, end a vate Bete baths eseellent Lady of Ards. I have no doubt she g et his leirefibip po interfere, sad have your grandangkter free. Aye, jest eome wi' the niktress Lucy to Dunover, Mr. Patton, turgid Mr. Wilson. 'a but a walk of ten minutes,

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North Down Herald and County Down Independent

North Down Herald and County Down Independent Down, Northern Ireland

26 Jan 1906

revs* d Mr. Itrsetaad a Vet attewihwes submitted which the Asirwas said wee tharmatistsetery know VOTE'S OF THANKS. Mr. M'Cutelicoo mond, and Mr. Gaw maandsd a rot s of thanks to the °batman, white was pared Mr. Lamy mutably On its =O&M al Mr. Clew, iscondad

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Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer

Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer Down, Northern Ireland

17 Nov 1888

have had to come under the Pharmacy Act. ♦ deputation consisting of Sir Jaw. H Hulett, Mr J W Rankin, Mr Jolla Shaw, of Belfast t and Mr S B Boyd, Mr J Brooks, and Mr J IVNeight, of Dahlia. were over in Loudon using their best efforts for amending the Bill

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North Down Herald and County Down Independent

North Down Herald and County Down Independent Down, Northern Ireland

2 Jun 1911

Murdock. Mr. and Mrs R. Mitchell, Mr and Ms. J. M'Alpin, Mrs M'Alpin, Mr. John Mao- Cullough, Mr and Mrs. M'Dowell, Mr. Mrs. and Miss Mrs Moore, Mr. and Mrs. J. M'Oonnell, Mr A. and Miss Moore,

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North Down Herald and County Down Independent

North Down Herald and County Down Independent Down, Northern Ireland

26 Sep 1902

way to his library, • place ethane. ably adapted. as Captain Bilford subsequently erearlied, for • Court of Inquiry. When they were seated Mr. Londal, without giving either of the others time to open the promeetings, fixed his keen grey eyes on Mr. Rorke

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