GRIFFITHS -- May 31, at 20, Brookhill Avenue, Cliftonville Road, to Mr and Mrs Teasdale Griffiths -- a daughter.
HURST-- June 4, at 9 Deramore Park, Belfast, to Mr and Mrs Charles Hurst -- a son.
BROWN--FLEMING -- June 5, at Fortwilliam Presbyterian Church, Belfast by the Rev. Joseph M'Keo, B.A., Balteagh -- Samuel Kennedy, youngest son of the late Rev. W.J. Brown, Redrock Manse, Armagh, to Emma Aston, youngest daughter of the late Wm. Fleming, J.P., Woodburn, Aughanlagh, Lamavady
BURRELL--MARTIN -- May 21, at Lissara Presbyterian Church, Crossgar by the Rev. J.R. Wilson, M.A., Raffrey, assisted by the Rev. J. Johnston, M.A., Crossgar- Edwin Charles Merrick Burrell, of Acton Park, London, to Jeanie, only daughter of the late Thomas Martin and Mrs Martin, of Fairview, Crossgar.
GRAY--NICHOLSON -- June 3 at St Enoch's Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. John Pollock -- Hugh Hanna, youngest son of James Gray, to Martha M'Bride (Molly), third daughter of Joseph Nicholson -- both of Belfast.
HALL--EDGAR -- June 5, at Richhill Parish Church, by the Rev. A. Wade Johnstone, LL.D. rector of the parish, assisted by the Rev. R.H. Bryan, B.A., of Tandragee -- Norman Edmund, eldest son Of Mr William Hall, Ivy bank, Tandragee, to Mary Evlyn, fifth daughter of Mr David Edgar, Mountpleasant, Armagh.
KINKEAD--M'MILLAN -- June 1, at Dundela Presbyterian Church, Knock, by the Rev. James Hunter, M.A. -- Joseph Hodgson, eldest son of Robert Kinkead, Osborne Park, to Mary Elizabeth (May), eldest daughter of Alexander W. M'Millan, of Vive Villas, Bloomfield
LIDBETTER--O'BRIEN -- June 1, at the Friends' Meeting-house, Kendal -- Sergt. Sydney T. Lidbetter, 5th Res. Btn. South Staffordshire Regiment, son of the late Captain Thomas Lidbetter, of Wolverhampton, to Kathleen O'Brien, eldest daughter of Edward O'Brien, Wraysholme, Ambleside.
MATEER--BROWNE -- June 1, at Dundela Presbyterian Church, Knock, by the Rev. James Tolland -- Charles Frederick, Second-Lieutenant, The Prince Albert's (Somerset L.I.), only son of O.H. and Mrs Mateer, Fairview, Earlswood Road, Strandtown, to Margaret Frances (Greta), eldest daughter of Samuel Browne, Auvergne, Kensington Gardens, Knock, Co. Down.
IRWIN--FERGUSON -- June 7, 1893 at Donaghadee Methodist Church, by Rev. E.C. West -- William James, only son of the late Thomas Irwin, to Sara, second daughter of the late Wm. Ferguson, Newtownards. (Present address: 148, Antrim Road, Belfast.)
BALLAGH -- June 6, at Dunleady, Margaret Lindsay (Dot) aged 20. the remains of our dearly beloved daughter will be removed from her father's residence for interment in Dundonald Old Churchyard to-morrow (Saturday), June 8, at 3 o'clock p.m. WILLIAM and MARY BALLAGH.
BRADLEY -- At the Erlington Hotel, Portrush (suddenly), George Bradley, Northern representative for Little and M'Clean, Ltd., Belfast. His remains were interred in the family burying-ground, Coleraine, on Wednesday, the 5th Inst.
CULLEY -- June 6, at Tiersogue, Lurgan. John, dearly-beloved husband of Elizabeth Culley. Funeral to the family burying-ground, Lurgan Presbyterian Meeting-house Green, to-morrow (Saturday), at 2-30.
GARDNER -- June 5, Jane E., eldest daughter of the late James Gardner, 4, Hartford Place, Armagh. Funeral private.
JAGOE -- June 6, at 2, Sheils' Institution, Carrickfergus, Mary Anne (Marian), second daughter of the late William Jagoe, Belfast. Funeral to City Cemetery, Belfast, to-morrow (Saturday), at eleven o'clock a.m., passing York Street Railway Terminus about half-past twelve o'clock.
MAGEE -- June 5, at 1, Union Street, Lurgan (of pneumonia, after a very brief illness), Joseph Patrick, only son of the late John Magee, spirit merchant, Lurgan. -- R.I.P. Funeral at 3 o'clock to-day (Friday), to Doughar Cemetery. "On his soul, sweet Jesus, have mercy." Inserted by his Uncle and Aunts.
NELSON -- June 6, at the residence of his mother, Alexander, some of the late James Nelson, Blackhill, Ballycarry. Funeral to-morrow (Saturday), at three o'clock p.m. Friends will please accept this invitation.
SHAW -- June 5, 1918 at his residence, Woodlea, Shandon Park, Knock O'Connell Shaw (late of Belfast Harbour Office). Funeral (private) to Dundonald Cemetery to-day (Friday), at 11 a.m. No flowers.
THOMPSON -- June 5, at Clonkeem? Marlborough Park South, R.J. Thompson (late of Messrs. Arthur & Co. Ltd., Glasgow). Funeral private.
TRAYNOR -- June 2, at Ballyward, Banbridge, Co. Down, James Traynor, ex-field Examiner, Ordnance Survey, aged 63 years. (Interment took place in Drumgooland Churchyard on the 4th inst.) "Oh, my Saviour, hear me. Draw me close to Thee."
WILSON -- June 6, at 37, Stranmillis Road, William John, the dearly beloved husband of Isabella L. Wilson. His remains will be removed from above address to-morrow (Saturday), at 2-30p.m., for interment in City Cemetery. Funeral strictly private.
Roll Of Honour
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DAWSON -- In loving memory of Frederick Dawson, [Royal Irish] Rifles, killed in action June 7, 1917 aged  years, youngest and dearly loved son of [James] Dawson, 63 Upper Newtownards Road ... (late of Caledon), and son-in-law of ... ... [Hughey], North Queen Street. Deeply regretted. Interred in Spanbroekmolen Cemetery, ... south of Ypres.
DOWNEY -- In loving memory of Sydney James [Livingston] Downey, Second-Lieutenant, Royal [Irish Rifles], killed in action June 7, 1917 aged 21 [years], second son of the late J.L. Downey J.P. Bank? and of Mrs Downey, 7 Hampden [Terrace].
EDWARDS -- In ever-loving remembrance of Arthur [Cecil], Australian Imperial Forces, who was killed in action on June 7, 1917, third son of Mr and Mrs James? Edwards, Bray Co. Wicklow, and brother of Mrs D. M'Conaghy, 199, Antrim Road, Belfast. Interred at Ploegsteert.
M'LAURIN -- In loving memory of our dear brother, [Lieut.] Robert M'Laurin, 10th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles, killed in action at Messines on June 7, . Deeply regretted by his loving Brother and Sister-in-Law, JAMES and REBECCA M'LAURIN, 280? Donegall Road.
M'LAURIN -- In loving memory of Lieut. R. M'Laurin, 10th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles, killed in action at Messines on June 7, 1917. Deeply regretted by his loving Father, brothers and Sisters, Tulnafoil, Omagh, and Richview, Donegall Road, Belfast.
ROSS -- In loving memory of Private Campbell Ross, R.I.R., Y.C.V., third son of R.J. and C. Ross, 87? Cameron Street, Belfast, killed in action at Messines June 7, 1917, aged 19.