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Belfast Evening Telegraph - Monday, 1 July, 1889

Births

COCHRANE -- June 30, at High Street, Ballymoney, the wife of J. Stuart Cochrane, of a son.

Marriages

DALZELL--KEE -- July 1, at the Mountpottinger Presbyterian Church, Belfast, by the Rev. William M'Kean, John Dalzell, Ballynahinch, to Margaret Jane (Maggie), eldest daughter of Matthew Kee, Belfast.

EVANS--SMYTH -- June 26, at Coleraine, Ireland, by the Rev. Canon O'Hara, Warren Edward Evans, of Henblas, Anglesea, to Helen Lloyd, daughter of the Rev. Mitchell Smyth, of Ballintemple, Garvagh, County Londonderry.

WARNOCK--WOODS -- June 27, at the Presbyterian Church, Kircubbin, by the Rev. S. Hawthorne, Robert Hugh Warnock, Rubane, to Mary Jane, second daughter of William Woods, Blackabbey, Kircubbin.

Deaths

BOYD -- June 30, at her residence, 22 Beresford Street, Belfast. The remains of my beloved mother, and daughter of the late Joseph Redding, Pawnbroker, Belfast, will be removed for interment in Knock Burying-ground, on to-morrow (Tuesday) afternoon, at half-past two o'clock. Friends will please accept his intimation. R BOYD.

CARMICHAEL -- June 30, at 42 Israel Street, Belfast, Nellie, the dearly-beloved wife of James Carmichael. Her remains will be removed for interment in the City Cemetery, on Wednesday afternoon, at half-past three o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation. JAMES CARMICHAEL.

CORRY -- June 29, at 15 Ghent Street, Belfast, William James, eldest son of Joseph Corry.

CUMING -- June 28, at 147 Silvio Street, Belfast, Lena, the beloved wile of Courtlin Cuming.

CONNOR -- June 30, at Sea Court, Bangor County Down, Margaret, widow of the late Foster Connor, in the 78th year of her age.

GIVEN -- June 30, at the residence of her sister, 24 Sandy Row, Belfast, Margaret, relict of John Given. The remains of my beloved sister will be removed for interment in the City Cemetery, on to-morrow (Tuesday) afternoon, at three o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation. ISABELLA YOUNG.

HARRISON -- July 1 at 19 Matlock Street, Belfast, Letitia Harrison, beloved daughter of William Henry Harrison, aged 26 years. Her remains will be removed from the above address, on to-morrow (Tuesday) morning, at ten o'clock, for interment in Magheragall Burying--ground. WM. HENRY HARRISON.

LOGAN -- July 1, at 32, Essex Street, Belfast, Minnie, second daughter of John Logan. Her remains will be removed from the above address, for interment in Holywood Burying-ground, on Wednesday morning, July 3, at ten o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation.

M'DONALD -- June 30, at 76 Cambrai Street, Belfast, Ann Jane M'Donald, the beloved niece of Mary Lewis.

ROSEMOUND -- June 29, at 24 Outram Street, Belfast, Mary, second daughter of Robert Rosemound.

SKILLEN -- July 1, at her residence, 8 Montrose Street, Albertbridge Road, Belfast, Ellen Skillen, aged 30 years. The remains of my beloved sister will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, Comber Churchyard, on to-morrow (Tuesday) afternoon, at half-past two o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation. JOHN SKILLEN.

SMYTH -- June 29, at 8 Cultra Street, Belfast, Elizabeth Ann, second daughter of James Smyth.

TAYLOR -- June 30, at Portrush, Daniel Taylor, J.P., aged 64 years.

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ACCIDENTS. -- On Saturday the following cases were admitted to the Royal Hospital:-- Samuel Wilson, aged 45, a labourer, residing at 30 Ewart's Row, suffering from a fractured thigh and contusions, caused by the falling of a bank of clay; John M'Cann, 11, schoolboy, 11 Upper Meadow Street, fracture of leg caused by fall.

 

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Belfast Evening Telegraph - Tuesday, 2 July, 1889

Births

JOHNSTONE -- June 24, at Hythe, the wife of Captain Colin D. Johnstone, the East Surrey Regiment, of a son.

KNOX -- June 28, at 19 Trafalgar Terrace, Monkstown, Dublin, the wife of Godfrey Knox, of a daughter.

Marriages

HENCHIE--WORTHINGTON -- June 26, at St. James's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. T. T. Anderson, A.M., late Rector of Greystones, assisted by the Rev. J. C. Irwin, A.M., Vicar of St. James's, William S. Henchie, 34 Mountpleasant Square, Dublin, to Matilda, third daughter of James B. Worthington, Beltan House, South Circular Road, Dublin.

HEBURN--O'KEEFE -- June 30, at St. Mary's, Ballybrack, Moville, by the Rev. Michael Farnan, P.P., Moville, William Heburn, of Dunlewey House, Letterkenny, and Clonard, Belfast, to Nellie, daughter of the late Professor O'Keefe, M.A., M.D., of Queen's College, Cork.

Deaths

CLAWSON -- July 1, Hugh Clawson, Lisnabreeny, aged 91 years. The remains of my beloved father will be removed from his late residence, Lisnabreeny, for interment in Castlereagh Burying-ground, on to-morrow (Wednesday), at twelve o'clock noon. Friends will please accept this intimation. WILLIAM CLAWSON.

CARMICHAEL -- June 30, at 42 Israel Street, Belfast, Nellie, the dearly-beloved wife of James Carmichael. Her remains will be removed for interment in the City Cemetery on to-morrow (Wednesday) afternoon, at half-past three o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation. JAMES CARMICHAEL.

LEMON -- July 2, at his father's residence, 30 Powerscourt Street, Belfast, James, infant son of James and Eleanor Lemon. His remains will be removed for interment in the City Cemetery, on to-morrow (Wednesday) afternoon, at three o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation. JAMES LEMON.

LOGAN -- July 1, at 32 Essex Street, Belfast, Minnie, second daughter of John Logan. Her remains will be removed for interment in Holywood Burying-ground, on to-morrow (Wednesday morning, at ten o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation.

PATTERSON --July 1, at his residence, Ballymoney, John Patterson.

Clippings

Ten Gweedore peasants left Derry Jail under a strong police escort this morning for Maryborough, where they will be tried on the charge of the wilful murder of Inspector Martin. The charge against Rev. James M'Fadden and others for conspiracy, &c., will, it is understood, be postponed until October.

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BELFAST WEQUITY COURT

His honour Judge Fitzgibbon, resumed the hearing of equity business in the County Courthouse to-day. Mr. H. M'Neile M'Cormick was in attendance.

Brown v. Lyttle.

This action was brought by the plaintiff, Matthew Brown, of Crumlin Road, Belfast, boot-maker, for the purpose of obtaining an interim injunction to restrain the defendant, James Lyttle, Crumlin Road, from erecting certain buildings on the Crumlin Road, near St. Mary's Church, and doing damage to the adjoining premises of the plaintiff, of which he was the lessee. Plaintiff further sought damages for injury sustained by him by reason of the defendant having placed building materials upon plaintiff's grounds. Mr. Wm. M'Grath (instructed by Mr. R. J. Porter) appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. W. M. Whitaker (instructed by Mr. J. G. Shaw), for the defendant. Evidence having been given, his Honour granted the injunction sought for, and 15 damages for the loss sustained by the plaintiff by reason of the acts of the defendant, with costs of the suit.

Megaw v. M'Kinstry.

This was an action brought by James Megaw, Ballynure, cattle dealer, against Samuel M'Kinstry and John M'Kinstry, of French Hill, Ballyeaston, farmer, for the recovery of 20 for a breach of warranty in respect to the purchase of a cow. Mr. Wm. M'Grath (instructed by Mr. Harper) appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Wm. Whitaker (instructed by Mr. M'Ninch, for the defendant. After evidence his Honour gave a decree for 8 against Samuel M'Kinstry, and struck out the action against the other defendant.

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ACCIDENT TO A HORSE. -- To-day a horse which was conveying a load of lime, and belonging to Mr. Rogers, Strand, got a bad fall nearly opposite the Sirocco Works, Ballymacarrett. Almost fifteen minutes were passed in trying to relieve the poor animal, which had got badly hurt, but, principally by the assistance given by Constable Hazlett, it was ultimately enabled to recover itself.

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THIS DAY'S SHIPPING.

ARRIVED AT THIS PORT ON THE 2ND INST. -- The ss Blue Jacket, Webb, from Philadelphia, with maize -- A. M. Munster & Co., consignees; S. Lawther & Co., agents. The Norwegian barque Vanse, Danielson, from Miramichi, with deals -- H. Hutton & Co., consignees; D. Dormand & Co., Agents. The ss City of Amsterdam, Hoare, from Rotterdam, with a general cargo -- sundry consignees; J. C. Pinkerton, agent. The ss Broughshane, Davidson, from Workington, with bar and plate iron. The ss Lady Arthur Hill and ss Kathleen, from Garston; the ss Pelican, from Glasgow; and the ss Sapphire, from Ardrossan -- all with coals.

SAILED FROM THIS PORT ON THE 2ND INST. -- The ss Lord Londonderry, Arthurs, for Miramichi. The ss Kathleen and ss Dunrobin, for Troon; the Balmirino and Gartsherrie for Ayr; the ss Udea, for Glasgow; the ss Thesis, for Glenarm; and the Donna Sofia, for Maryport.

ARRIVED -- At Miramichi, on the 25th ult., the barque Kate Crosby, M'Master, from Demerara. At Newport, Mon., on the 28th ult., the ss Antrim, M'Millan, from Granville. Off Falmouth, on the 29th ult., the barque Bebington, Oliver, from Pisague. At London, on the 30th ult., the ss De Bay, Shaw, from St. Petersburg. At Saigon, on the 1st inst., the ss Innishowen Head, M'Calmont, from Singapore.

SAILED -- From Rio Janeiro, on the 26th ult., the ss Dalniel, Chapman, for St. Lucia. From Monte Video, on the 29th May, the barque Egeria, Kerr, for Barbadoes. From Port Said, on the 1st inst., the ss Sytar of Victoria, Smith, for Marseilles. From Sydney, N.S.W., on the 29th ult., the ship Star of Italy, C[?]ter, for San Francisco. From Riga, on the 1st inst., the ss Fair Head, Brennan, from Belfast, for Riga.

 

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Belfast Evening Telegraph - Tuesday, 9 July, 1889

Births

BLAIR -- July 8, at Bangor, the wife of H. A. Blair, Belfast. of twins, son and daughter (prematurely).

TAYLOR -- July 6, at the Manse, Comber, the wife of the Rev. David A. Taylor, of a son.

Marriages

HAYWOOD--ATKINSON -- July 4, at the Old Presbyterian Church, Larne, by the Rev. James Kennedy, Ernest Louis Haywood, son of the late James Haywood, 40 South Street, Grosvenor Square, London, to Ida, daughter of W. D. Atkinson, Larne.

PHILIPSON--BEATTIE -- July 9, at St. Anne's Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Dr. Hannay, Sergeant Cook Christopher Philipson, 2nd Battalion Gordon Highlanders, to Annie Lucinda Beattie, second daughter of Paymaster-Sergeant Elijah Beattie, 5th Battalion Royal Irish Rifles.

Deaths

ADAMS -- July 8, at his residence, 66 Hopewell Street, Belfast, James Adams, aged 75 years. His remains will be removed for burial in the Shankhill Burying-ground, on to-morrow (Wednesday), at ten o'clock.

BARR -- At his residence, 19 & 21 Ballymagee Street, Bangor, Wilson Barr. The remains of my beloved husband will be removed for interment in Bangor Churchyard, on to-morrow (Wednesday), at 9 a.m. ANNE JANE BARR.

HENRY -- July 9, at 24 College Green, John Henry (Messrs. Henry & Haig), of apoplexy, aged 52 years. Funeral will leave deceased's residence at eleven o'clock on Thursday, 11th inst., for interment in the City Cemetery.

MACAULAY -- July 8, at Church Street, Belfast, Maria, the beloved wife of Joseph Macaulay. Her remains will be removed for interment in the burying-ground, Ballymacarrett Methodist Church, to-morrow (Wednesday) afternoon, at two o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation. JOSEPH MACAULAY.

MAGEE -- July 8, at Athboy R.I.C. Barracks, Matilda J. Magee, the beloved wife of Head-Constable J. T. Magee, late of Ballynafeigh, Belfast.

M'KINSTRY -- July 9, at 49 Mervue Street, Belfast, John, only son of Henry M'Kinstry.

M'REYNOLDS -- July 8, (suddenly), William Thomas, only son of Thomas M'Reynolds, Esq., J.P., Ballymaguire, Stewartstown, aged 21 years.

 

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Belfast Evening Telegraph - Wednesday, 10 July, 1889

Births

LLOYD -- June 6, the wife of Averell Lloyd, Esq., J.P., Tamnamore, County Tyrone, of a daughter.

HANNA -- July 5, at 41 Upper Meadow Street, Belfast, the wife of Francis Hanna, of a daughter.

Marriages

GARDNER--KYNES -- July 9, at Drummaul Parish Church, Randalstown, by the Rev. W. F. Garstin, James, only son of William J. Gardner, Ballymena, to Mary, third daughter of Joshua Kynes, The Hermitage, Randalstown.

Deaths

HENRY -- July 9, at 24 College Green, John Henry (Messrs. Henry & Haig), of apoplexy, aged 52 years. Funeral will leave deceased's residence at eleven o'clock on to-morrow (Thursday), for interment in the City Cemetery.

KIRKPATRICK -- July 8, at Hazelbank Craigs, County Antrim, the Rev. George Kirkpatrick, formerly Rector of Craigs, aged 91 years.

LENNOX -- July 10, at 56 Regent Street, Belfast, Jane Dunn, wife of Duncan Lennox, lately writer in Glasgow. Interment in City Cemetery, to-morrow (Thursday) afternoon, at four o'clock.

M'KAY -- July 8, Eleanor Armstrong, the dearly-beloved daughter of William C. and Nannie M'Kay, Cookstown.

MAIN -- July 9, at her residence, 40 Rainey Street, Belfast, Margaret Main, aged 74 years. Her remains will be removed for interment in the Shankhill Burying-ground, on to-morrow (Thursday) afternoon, at half-past three o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation.

M'KINSTRY -- July 9, at 49 Mervue Street, Belfast, John, eldest and only surviving son of Henry M'Kinstry. His remains will be removed from the above address, for interment in Knock Burying-ground, to-morrow (Thursday) afternoon, at three o'clock. Friends will please accept his intimation.

M'GRAW -- At 54 Frederick Street, Lower Broughton, Manchester, Robert M'Graw, eldest son of the late James M'Graw, Belfast.

SPOTTISWOODE -- July 9, at his residence, 64 Peter's Hill, Belfast, John Spottiswoode. The remains of my beloved husband will be removed from his late residence, for interment in the City Cemetery, on to-morrow (Thursday) afternoon, at half-past two o'clock.

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COUNTY ANTRIM

The following is the criminal calendar for the forthcoming Summer Assizes, which commence on Tuesday next:-- Thomas Ballard, rape, at Belfast; Edward Copeland, larceny, Belfast; John Curry, larceny, Whiteabbey; Thomas Kane, receiving, Portrush; Fred. A. Matthew, forgery, Ballymena; Daniel M'Alister, rescue, Ballycastle, John M'Alister, do.; John M'Quillan, larceny, Cushendall; Hans Neilson, manslaughter, Whiteabbey; Richard O'Neill, wounding, Belfast; Margaret Jane Simpson, concealment of birth, Rasharkin; Maggie Todd, pretences, Belfast.

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SAD DEATH NEAR COAGH. -- A young man named Thomas M'Reynolds, Ballymagure, Coagh, went with a horse and cart for the purpose of getting a load of sand at a place called Annagh. After filling the cart the horse refused to draw it, and the deceased, n making an effort to start him, fell to the ground and expired.

 

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