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Belfast Evening Telegraph - Wednesday, 24 May 1893

Births

LEE -- May 19, at 71 Benwell Terrace, Oldpark Road, Belfast, the wife of James M. Lee, of a son.

SMITH -- May 19, at Aravon, Bray, the wife of Cyril Smith, Esq., B.A., of a son.

Deaths

BRYANS -- May 23, at Cherryvale Lodge, Ballynafeigh, Ellen, the beloved wife of William Bryans, aged 36 years. Funeral to-morrow (Thursday) morning at ten o'clock to City Cemetery. Friends will please accept this intimation.

MITCHELL -- May 22, at 3 Walnut Place, Belfast, Johnston Alexander, youngest and dearly-beloved son of Johnston and Eliza Mitchell, aged 19 years. His remains will be removed for interment in First Dromore Presbyterian Burying-ground on to-morrow (Thursday) morning, 25th inst., at ten o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation.
JOHNSTON MITCHELL.

M'BRAIR -- May 23, at No. 13, Kingscourt Street, Castlereagh Road, Angelina, the beloved wife of James M'Briar. Her remains will be removed for interment in the City Cemetery on to-morrow (Thursday), 25th inst., at 2.30 o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation.

M'CREERY -- May 23, at 14 Kenilworth Street, John M'Creery. The remains of my beloved father will be removed from above address on to-morrow (Thursday), at half-past two o'clock, for interment in Ballymacarrett Methodist Burying-ground. Friends will please accept this intimation.
MARY M'CREERY.

Clippings

PEREMPTORY SALE OF VALUABLE HOUSE PROPERTY

In the Matter of SAMUEL SHANNON, DECEASED.

To be SOLD by PRIVATE TREATY by order of the executors.

FIVE Valuable VILLAS, situate at THE THRONE, Antrim Road. Immediate possession can be given. Will be sold a bargain to close the Estate. All further information can be obtained on application to the Executors at Messrs. GALLAGHER & CO.'S, 20 YORK STREET.

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THIS DAYS SHIPPING

ARRIVED AT THIS PORT ON THE 23RD INST. -- The ss Sunflower, Charnley, from Barrow, with scrap iron. The ss City of Bristol, Walsh, from Rotterdam, with a general cargo -- sundry consignees; J.C. Pinkerton, agent. The ss Llewellyn, from Glasgow; the ss Kathleen, from Ayr; and the ss Delta, from Troon -- all with coals.

SAILED FROM THIS PORT ON THE 23RD INST. -- The ss Adelaide and the ss Delta, for Glasgow; the ss Broughshane, for Glenarm; the ss Dinorwic, for Port Dinorwic; the ss Llewellyn, for Irvine; the Crusader, for Irvine; and the Fairy Queen, for Girvan.

ARRIVED -- At Buenos Ayres, on the 18th inst., the ss County Antrim, Craig, from Rio Grande, and sailed on the 20th for Rosario. At Queenstown, on the 20th inst., the barque Hugh Cahn, Patten, from Brunswick, Ga.

SAILED -- From Rangoon, on the 18th inst., the ss Cheshire, Harris, for Marseilles. From Batoum, on the 18th inst., the ss Rion, for Belfast. From Cardiff, on the 19th inst., the ss A. J. Balfour, Sproull, for Bombay. From New York, on the 12th inst., the ship Lord Wolseley, M'Vicker, for Calcutta. From Miramichi, on the 21st inst., the barque Arathusa, M'Broom, for Carrickfergus. From Manila, the ss Hern Head, Scott, for Liverpool.

PASSED -- Browhead, on the 21st inst., the ss Lord Londonderry, Arthurs, from Baltimore for Dublin and Belfast.

 

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Belfast Evening Telegraph - Thursday, 25 May 1893

Births

CURRIN -- May 7, at Limerick, the wife of C. H. Currin, of a daughter.

DYSART -- May 24, at 50 Helmsdale Street, Cliftonpark Avenue, the wife of Wm. Dysart, of a daughter.

Deaths

ADAIR -- May 25, at her residence, 59 Balfour Avenue, Belfast, Sarah, the beloved daughter of William and Mary Ann Adair. Her remains will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, Antrim, on Saturday morning at nine o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation. WILLIAM ADAIR.

ANNS -- May 24, at her residence, 94 Silvio Street, Belfast, Maggie Anns. The remains of my beloved wife will be removed for interment in the City Cemetery on to-morrow (Friday) afternoon at three o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation.
     The light is from our household gone,
          The voice we loved is still;
     A place is vacant in our home
          Which we can never fill.
     But let us say, Thy will be done,
          Why should we murmur at His pleasure;
     He has our cherished precious one;
          A pearl of price amongst His treasure.
JOHN ANNS.

KELLY -- May 24, at 57 Jocylin Avenue, Belfast, John, the beloved and youngest son of John and Mary Eleanor Kelly, aged 2 years and 2 months.

MACKESSY -- May 24, at The Cottages, Parkmount, Shore Road, Mary, relict of the late M. Mackessy. Funeral to-morrow (Friday) at three p.m.
T. MACKESSY, Greencastle.

In Memoriam

DICKIE -- In fond and loving memory of William, the beloved husband of Mary E. Dickie, who departed this life on 25th May, 1892, and was interred in City Cemetery. -- Gone but not forgotten.
     He is gone, but not forgotten,
          Never shall his memory fade;
     Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger
          Round the grave where he is laid.
MARY E. DICKIE, 1 Ardiles Street, Oldpark Road.

 

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Belfast Evening Telegraph - Friday, 26 May 1893

Births

COURT -- May 24, at 207 Hillman Street, the wife of W. W. Court, of a daughter.

M'CONNELL -- May 16, at Oakbank, Rosetta Park, the wife of Thomas E. M'Connell, of a son.

Deaths

ADAIR -- May 25, at her residence, 59 Balfour Avenue, Belfast, Sarah, the beloved daughter of William and Mary Ann Adair. Her remains will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, Antrim, on to-morrow (Saturday) morning at nine o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation. WILLIAM ADAIR.

BISGROVE -- May 25, at 29 Hopewell Street, Belfast, Elizabeth, the beloved daughter of George Henry and Martha Bisgrove, aged 7 years. Her remains will be removed for interment in Shankhill Burying-ground on to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon at four o'clock. Funeral private. -- English papers please copy. GEORGE H. BISGROVE.

KERR -- May 25, at her residence, 26 Oldpark Avenue, Maggie, the dearly-beloved wife of John Kerr, and eldest daughter of James and Susan Wylie. Funeral to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon at three o'clock for interment in the City Cemetery. Friends will please accept this intimation. JOHN KERR.

M'KINLISH -- May 25, at 19 Blythe Street, Maggie, the beloved daughter of William M'Kinlish, aged 19 years. Her remains will be removed from the above address for interment in Balmoral Cemetery on to-morrow (Saturday), 27th inst., at four o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation. WILLIAM M'KINLISH.

REID -- May 25, at 23 Walton Street, Belfast, Mary Reid. Her remains will be removed for interment in Carnmoney Burying-ground on to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon, 27th inst., at three o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation. JOHN BROWN.

Clippings

FIRE AT COALISLAND. -- A fire broke out on Wednesday night at the residence of a man named James M'Reynolds, who carries on the grocery business on a small scale in the townland of Cloghey. The roof was burned off, but the house-hold goods were saved.

WANTON OUTRAGE NEAR CARRICKFERGUS. -- A few nights ago, a valuable Jersey bull, the property of Dr. William Logan of Straidnashanna, which was at grasing with other animals in a field belonging to the gentleman named on the North Road, about half-a-mile distant from Carrickfergus, was mutilated by its ears being slashed or cut with some sharp instrument. The poor animal was tethered at the time which made the deed more easy of accomplishment. Just indignation at the wanton and cruel act is expressed by all who have heard of the occurrence, the motive for which it is difficult to conceive. The police were made aware of the matter, and it is to be hoped they will succeed in bringing the guilty party to justice.

 

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