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9 matches for Laird And His Lady Mr Kinairdht in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • County: Sligo, Republic Of Ireland
  • For Years: 1950 - 1999
  • Type: Illustrated

Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

20 Jun 1969

Otters present were Mr. Ra y mond Laird. Managing Director. C. S. Laird Limited. Drurn4hanbo. County' Leitrim. producers of 80-Pew and County . and Marmalade tat's° mrters and iliolest.de niercbants. garage and repair stop): and ' Mr. P. Quinn. Managin3

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

9 May 1964

Ist Mobil% Mrs. Sheppard. Mrs. Patton. Mrs. Layng, Mr. F. Kerrin: 2nd Violini, Misses M. Keane and E. Conlon; Vso'a. Miss K. Costello: ! el:os. Mrs. Diver, Misses P. Howley, M. West and Mr. F. Wwl:y: Double Bass Mr. H. Hallowcs: Flute, Mr. P. O'Hara:

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

6 Apr 1984

BARGAIN RAIL OF MENS SUITS ALL LESS E 20.00 only £4.46 O EA T V .00 ALUE INFF ALL LADIES WOOL JACKETS only E 5.35 each WOOL DRESSES at only OFA 9.50 GREAT VALUE IN LADIES SHOES DOUBLE BED UNDERBLANKETS FANCY DONALD DUCK TOWELS only £4.75 each YOUNG FASHION

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

4 Apr 1980

Ireland. The opening of the boutique brought back memories for Mr. Rowland Blennerhasset who recalled the history of the store in Sligo. It was founctr' in 11835 by Mr. Henry Lyons.r.rt now his great grand-son Richard is carrying on that tradition, in fact

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

21 Oct 1983

property of Mrs. Dorothy Griffin,. Newtown, Cloonfad, Ballyhaunis. at Cloonsbanbally, Culfadda, on July 31st. He had caused considerable damage, but opmpensation would be paid by his insurance company. He had reported the accident on August 2nd. Mr. K. Johnson

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

25 Mar 1977

youth officer, Mr. Harding, to co-ordinate all youth activities in he town 9 and help in every way possible the young people of the parish. I Coming stated Mr. Scan Forde, President, Society of St. Vincent de Paul, in his annual report. „ Mr Fcrde pointed

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

25 Jul 1964

ten biggest e‘porters for the l'nited Stales. Picture shows Mr. Ilanssen third from left) being presented with the Diploma. Priests on holidays Spending a holiday with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Keaney. Stravannies. Glenfarne. is Rev. Francis Keaney

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

17 Jun 1983

said that according to the tax book handed to him by his diem. the car had been registaed in his name from September. 1962. But according to what his dint had told him, the car did not come into his possession tmlil May. What did be tell you? he asked

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

2 May 1964

violins Mrs. Sheppard. Mrs. Patton. Mrs. Lasna and Mr. F. Kerrin: 2nd violins - Misses M. Keane and E. Conlon: 'viola Miss K. Costello: 'cellos - Mrs. Diver. Misses P. Howley and M. West and Mr. F. Howley: double bass - Mr. H. Hallowes: flute - Mr. P. O'Hara:

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