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Belfast Telegraph - 18 November, 1918

Golden Wedding

ADAIR -- DUFFIELD -- November 17, 1868, at Loanends U.P. Church, Carmavey, by Rev. Dr. Brice Andrew, third son of the late William and M. A. Adair, Cloughanduff, Templepatrick, to Isabella, youngest daughter of the late James and M.E. Duffield, Clady, Ballymeather. Present address -- 146 Mountcollyer Street, Belfast.

Deaths

ABERNETHY -- November 18, 1918, at her residence, Cahard Lizzie, beloved wife of James Abernethy. Funeral on Wednesday, to Magherahamlet Meeting-house Green, at 12 o'clock.
Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Husband and Family.

ANNETT -- November 17, 1918, at 17 Clifton Crescent, Belfast, Mary, aged 75, widow of the late John Annett, Kilkeel. The remains of my beloved mother will be removed from above address on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 9 a.m., arriving at Kilkeel at 1 p.m. (per motor), for interment in Kilkeel Parish Churchyard.
Deeply regretted.
WILLIAM JOHN ANNETT.

BAXTER -- November 17, 1918, at her parents' residence, 1 Sullivan Street, Holywood, Mary, dearly-beloved wife of John Baxter. -- R.I.P. Funeral on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 1 o'clock p.m., to Holywood Cemetery. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Deeply regretted.
JOHN BAXTER.

BAXTER -- November 17, 1918, at her parents' residence, 1 Sullivan Street, Holywood, Mary, eldest and dearly-beloved daughter of Henry and Mary Hawthorne. -- R.I.P. Funeral on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 1 o'clock p.m., sharp, for interment in Holywood Cemetery. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
Deeply regretted by her Father and Mother, Brothers and Sister.

BELL -- November 16, 1918, at 138 Old Lodge Road, Isabella, beloved wife of William Bell. Funeral to Donaghadee Churchyard on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 11 a.m. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Deeply regretted by her loving Husband.
WILLIAM BELL.
American papers please copy.

BELL -- November 17, 1918, at his residence, School Street, Ballyclare, Samuel, dearly-beloved husband of Maria Bell. His remains will be removed for interment in Ballyclare New Cemetery, on to-morrow, at 3 o'clock p.m. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Family.
"At the river's crystal brink,
Christ shall join each broken link."

BLAIR -- November 16, 1918, at Royal Victoria Hospital, John Crawford, dearly-beloved husband of Rebecca Blair, and youngest son of the late Dr. Crawford Blair, Ballynure, Co. Antrim. Funeral will leave the above institution on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 11 o'clock a.m. for Ballylinney, via Shore Road. Friends will please accept this intimation.
REBECCA BLAIR,
The Drift, Jordanstown.

SIR CRAWFORD M'CULLAGH TEMPERANCE MASONIC LODGE, 427.
BLAIR -- The Officers and Members of above Lodge and other Brethren are respectfully requested to attend the funeral of their late esteemed Brother, John C. Blair.
SAMUEL GREENFIELD, W.M.
WM. C. LEEBURN, P.M., Secretary.

BOSTON -- November 17, 1918, at her aunt's residence, 3 City Street, Sarah (Sadie), youngest and dearly-beloved daughter of Fanny Boston. Interred to-day at 2 p.m., in family burying-ground, Banbridge.
Safe in the arms of Jesus.
FANNY BOSTON.

BOSTON -- November 17, 1918, at her aunt's residence, 3 City Street, Sarah (Sadie) Boston.
Jesus called a little child unto Him.
Deeply regretted by her loving Aunt and Uncle,
ELIZABETH AND JOHN BINGHAM

BRADY -- November 16, 1918, at her father's residence, 24 Ravensdale Street, Elizabeth, youngest and dearly-loved daughter of David Brady and the late Catherine Brady. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), at 11 o'clock, for interment in Dundonald Cemetery.
Deeply regretted by her loving Father, Sisters, and Brother (latter on active service).

BRADY -- November 17, 1918, at his parents' residence, 6 Venice Street, Grosvenor Road, Thomas Patrick (aged 10 years), eldest and dearly-loved son of Matthew Brady. -- R.I.P. His remains will be removed to-morrow (Tuesday), 12 o'clock noon, for interment in Milltown Cemetery.
MATTHEW AND ANNIE BRADY.

BROWN -- November 17, 1918, at his residence, 66 Woodhouse Street, Portadown, Samuel, dearly-loved husband of Mary Ellen Brown. Funeral to Drumcree Cemetery, on to-morrow, at 2.30 p.m.

CALDWELL -- November 16, 1918 (suddenly), at her residence, 4 Warkworth Street, Elizabeth, the dearly-loved wife of Murphy Caldwell. Her remains will be removed, for interment in City Cemetery, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10 a.m. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Husband and two little Children.

CALDWELL -- November 15, 1918 (suddenly), at her residence, 4 Warkworth Street, Elizabeth, dearly-loved sister of Sarah Fleming. Her remains will be removed, for interment in City Cemetery, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10 a.m. -- Thy will be done.
Inserted by her sorrowing Sister, Nephews, and Nieces.

CAMPBELL -- November 18, 1918, at his father's residence, Roseville, Drumbeg, Lisburn, Herbert, youngest and dearly-loved son of Wm. and Margaret Campbell. Funeral to family burying-ground, Drumbo, on Wednesday, at 2.30 p.m. Friends will please accept this intimation.
WM., AND MARGARET CAMPBELL.

CARNDUFF -- November 17, 1918, at the residence of their mother, Carryduff, Co. Down. The remains of my beloved son David, also my dear daughter Rebecca, will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, Carryduff, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 3 p.m. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Inserted by their sorrowing Mother, Brothers, and Sisters.
MARY CARNDUFF.

CHAPMAN -- November 18, 1918, at her parents' residence, 63 Blythe Street, Edith, the eldest and dearly-loved daughter of Joseph and Jane Chapman. Her remains will be removed from above address on Wednesday, at 2.30 p.m., for interment in Dundonald Cemetery. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Short and sudden was the call
Of one so dearly loved by all;
It was God's will it must be so,
At His command we all must go.
Inserted by her sorrowing Father, Mother, and Sister.

COATES -- November 17, 1918, at 19 Kincora Avenue, Mary Ellen, second and dearly-beloved daughter of George and the late Margaret E. Coates. Funeral on Wednesday, at 10 a.m. for interment in the City Cemetery.
Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Father, Brothers and Sisters.

COSTELLO -- November 17, 1918, at his son-in-law's residence, 61 Roundhill Street, William John Costello. The remains of my beloved father will be removed from above address for interment in Dundonald Cemetery, on Wednesday, at 2.30 p.m. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Inserted by his loving Daughter and Son-in-law and Family.
MARY ELLEN AND JOHN MORNING

COSTELLO -- November 17, 1918, at his son-in-law's residence, 61 Roundhill Street, William John Costello. The remains of my beloved father will be removed from above address for interment in Dundonald Cemetery, on Wednesday, at 2.30 p.m.
Inserted by his loving Son and Daughter-in-law.
Also Family.
THOMAS AND JANE COSTELLO
21 Ardilaun Street.

COSTELLO -- November 17, 1918, at his son-in-law's residence, 61 Roundhill Street, William John Costello. The remains of my beloved father will be removed from above address for interment in Dundonald Cemetery, on Wednesday, at 2.30 p.m.
Inserted by his loving Daughter,
VIOLET COSTELLO
61 Roundhill Street.

CRAWFORD -- November 18, 1918, at his residence, 51 Blackwood Street, John Crawford (Baker). The remains of my beloved father will be removed, for interment in the family burying-ground, Ballylesson, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Daughter,
MINNIE CRAWFORD.

COWAN -- November 17, 1918, at his residence, 112 Lord Street, James Cowan. Funeral arrangements later.

DICKSON -- November 17, 1918, Robert Dickson. His remains will be removed from his late residence, 39 Devonshire Street, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10 a.m. (by motor), for interment in St. Patrick's Churchyard, Newry.
Deeply regretted by his loving daughter,
JEANIE DICKSON.

GREAT NORTHERN TRUE BLUES TEMPERANCE L.O.L. No. 964.
DICKSON -- The Officers and Members of above are earnestly requested to attend the funeral of their late respected Brother, Robert Dickson.
MATTHEW GILMORE, W.M.
WILLIAM J. DONALDSON, Secretary.

DILLON -- November 18, 1918, at his residence, Lambeg, Lisburn, William James, dearly-beloved husband of Elizabeth Mary Dillon. Funeral to family burying-ground, Ballylesson, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 3.30 p.m.
Deeply regretted by his Father-in-law and Mother-in-law.
CHARLES AND ELIZABETH DUNCAN
Magheraleave, Lisburn.

DILLON -- November 18, 1918, at his residence, Lambeg, William James, dearly-beloved husband of Elizabeth Mary Dillon, and eldest son of William John and Elizabeth Dillon, Edenderry. Funeral to family burying-ground Ballylesson, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 3-30 p.m. Friends will please accept this intimation. -- Deeply regretted.

LISBURN MECHANICS L.O.L. 557
DILLON -- The Officers and Members of above Lodge are requested to attend the funeral of our respected brother, William Dillon.
EDWARD MATEER, W.M.
WILLIAM IRVINE, Secretary.

DONNELLY -- November 17, 1918, at her grandmother's residence, 27 Spencer Street, Belfast, Mary Rose, infant daughter of Joseph and Bridie Donnelly. Funeral on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 3 p.m., for Milltown cemetery.

DONNELLY -- November 17, 1918, at her daughter's residence, 65 Church Street, Lisburn, Jane, widow of the late Hugh Donnelly. The remains of my beloved mother will be removed from above address on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2 p.m., for interment in Lisburn Cemetery. Friends will please accept this intimation.
ANNIE HOUSTON.

DRENNAN -- November 17, 1918, at her parents' residence, 88 Battenberg Street, Ettie, the dearly-beloved wife of George Dilworth Drennan, and eldest and dearly-loved daughter of Chas. and Jeanie Devlin. Her remains will be removed from above address on Wednesday, 20th inst., at 2-30 p.m., for interment in Carnmoney Burying-ground. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
She has gone to rest, her troubles are o'er,
She is free from all sorrow and pain;
The ills of this life she so patiently bore
Shall never distress her again.
Ever remembered by her sorrowing Father, Mother, Sisters, and Brothers,
CHARLES AND JEANIE DEVLIN.

DRENNAN -- November 17, 1918, at her parents' residence, 88 Battenberg Street, Ettie, the dearly-beloved wife of George Dilworth Drennan. Her remains will be removed from the above address on Wednesday, 20th inst., at 2-30 p.m., for interment in Carnmoney Burying-ground. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Thou must go forth alone, dear soul,
To meet thy God above;
But shrink not, He hath said, brave soul,
He is the God of Love.
Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Husband.
GEORGE DILWORTH DRENNAN.

EWING -- November 16, 1918, at her residence, 105 Barcelona Terrace, Madrid Street, Rachel, widow of late Samuel Ewing. The remains of my beloved mother will be removed from above address, for interment in City Cemetery, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
Deeply regretted.
ANDREW M. EWING.
American papers please copy.

FRIERS -- November 17, 1918, at 29 Ravenhill Road, Belfast (from pneumonia after influenza) Helen, youngest and dearly-loved child of William and Helen Friers, aged 6 years and two months. Funeral private.
Deeply regretted.
WILLIAM FRIERS.

FAULKNER -- November 17, 1918, at his parents' residence, 33 Balmoral Street, Herbert Faulkner. The remains of our dearly-beloved son will be removed from the above address on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10 a.m., for interment in Dundonald Cemetery.
Safe in the arms of Jesus.
Deeply regretted by his Father and Mother.
Also his Uncle.
ROBERT AND CHRISTINA FAULKNER.

GALLAGHER -- November 18, 1918, (suddenly), at Purdysburn Hospital, Moyren, the dearly-loved and only child of Daniel and Hannah Gallagher. Funeral on to-morrow (Tuesday), from above institution to Milltown Cemetery.
Deeply regretted by all.
D. AND H. GALLAGHER
62 Glentoran Street.

YOUNG'S TEMPERANCE TRUE BLUES, L.O.L. 957.
GIRVAN -- The Officers and Members of above Lodge wish to express their sympathy to their esteemed Brother, Robert Girvin, on learning of the death of his wife.
GEORGE HAYES, W.M.
ROBERT SHANNON, Secretary.

HAMILL -- November 18, 1918, at her residence, 21 Jervis Street, Portadown, Margaret, dearly-loved wife of Samuel Hamill. Funeral to Drumcree Burying-ground on Wednesday, at 3 p.m.

HAMILTON -- November 16, 1918, at her parents' residence, 84 Thorndyke Street, Sarah (wee Sadie), the only and dearly-beloved daughter of Alexander and Eliza Jane Hamilton. Her remains will be removed from above address, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 3 p.m., for interment in Dundonald Cemetery. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
She has left behind some aching hearts,
Who loved her very dear;
Hearts that never will forget
Her loving memory here.
ALEXANDER AND ELIZA JANE HAMILTON

HAMILTON -- November 16, 1918, at her parents' residence, 84 Thorndyke Street, Sarah (wee Sadie), the dearly and much-loved granddaughter of Edward and Mary Haggan, 49 Thorndyke Street. -- Gone to her home on high.
Deeply regretted by her Grandfather, Grandmother, Uncles, and Aunts.

HAY -- November 17, 1918, at 136 Lisburn Road, John Brownlow Hay, pharmaceutical chemist, the dearly-beloved husband of Annie Hay. Funeral to City Cemetery to-morrow (Tuesday) morning, at 10 o'clock.

HICKS -- November 17, 1918, at her residence, 52 Donegall Avenue, Bertha, the dearly-beloved wife of Robert Hicks. Interment notice later.
R. HICKS.

HILL -- November 16, 1918, at her residence, 105 My Lady's Road, Agnes (Cissie), second and dearly-beloved daughter of Samuel and Sarah Hill. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2-30 p.m., to Dundonald. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
Deeply regretted.
SAMUEL HILL.

HUSTON -- November 16, 1918, at his residence, 58 Leeson Street, Stephen, dearly-beloved husband of Mary Huston. -- R.I.P. His remains will be removed from the above address, for interment in Milltown Cemetery, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2 p.m. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Children.

UNITED KINGDOM FEDERATION OF WOOD-PACKING CASEMAKERS T.U. BELFAST BRANCH.
HUSTON -- The Members of the above Branch are requested to attend the funeral of their late Brother, Stephen Huston. -- (Signed)
JOHN BAKER, President.
JOHN ST. JOHN, Secretary.

JENNINGS -- November 17, 1918, at her grandfather's residence, No. 8 Diamond Street, Mary (wee Maisie), dearly-beloved daughter of Harry and Mary Jennings. Her remains will be removed on to-morrow (Tuesday) morning at 10 o'clock, for interment in Carnmoney Old Burying-ground.
She has left behind some aching hearts,
Who loved her very dear;
Hearts that never will forget
Her loving memory here.
Deeply regretted by her Father and Mother, also her Grandfather, Grandmother, Aunts, and Uncles.
Sadly missed by all.
HARRY AND MARY JENNINGS

KANE -- November 17, 1918, at the Orange Hall, Holywood, Margaret, the dearly-beloved wife of William Kane. Her remains will be removed for interment in Holywood Cemetery, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
WILLIAM KANE.

KERR -- On 17th November, 1918, at the family residence, The Coagh, Enniskillen, Jane Mary Kerr, widow of the late John Kerr, aged 71 years. Funeral private. No flowers.

LUCAS -- November 16, 1918 (suddenly), at her mother's residence, 11 Edenderry, Shaw's Bridge, Minnie, eldest daughter of the late Gawn Lucas. Her remains will be removed from the above address, for interment in the family burying-ground, Ballylesson, at 10 a.m., on to-morrow (Tuesday).
"Absent from the body, present with the Lord."
Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Mother, Brothers, and Sisters.

MACDONALD -- November 16, 1918, at the Hospital, Whiteabbey, John, second son of the late Alexander and M. MacDonald, Inverness, Scotland. His remains will be removed from 13 Belmont Avenue West, Strandtown, for interment in Dundonald Cemetery, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m. Friends will please accept this intimation. -- Deeply regretted.
ROBERT DOUGLAS.
JOHN SHAW M'MULLAN.
Glasgow and Inverness papers please copy.

AMALGAMATED SOCIETY OF CARPENTERS, CABINETMAKERS, AND JOINERS. BELFAST FIFTH BRANCH.
MACDONALD -- The Officers and Members of above are requested to attend the funeral of their late esteemed Brother, John MacDonald.
DAVID CURRIE, President.
JOHN HILL, Secretary.

R.A.O.B. -- LORD NELSON LODGE, No. 2016 G.L.E., LTD.
MACDONALD -- Brethren of the above Lodge and Order are requested to attend the funeral of their late respected Brother, John Macdonald, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m., from 13 Belmont Avenue West to Dundonald Cemetery.
ROBERT W. MILNE, S.P.
ALEXANDER WALKER, C. Secy.

MAGEE -- November 16, 1918, at his residence, 73 Woodvale Road (and late of 74 Shankill Road), Robert, the dearly-beloved husband of Margaret Magee. His remains will be removed from above address, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2-30 p.m., for interment in City Cemetery.
MARGARET MAGEE.

WOODVALE CRICKET AND TENNIS CLUB.
MAGEE -- The Members of above Club are requested to attend the funeral of the father of their esteemed Members, Joseph and W.J. Magee.
HUGH MURPHY, Chairman.
W. ROBINSON, Hon. Secy.

MENEELY -- November 18, 1918, at his parents' residence, 55 Downshire Road, Holywood, Norman Clements, youngest and dearly-beloved child of James and Mary Meneely. Funeral on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 9-30 a.m., for interment in Holywood.

MILLIGAN -- November 17, 1918, at his residence, 12 Moorefield Street, William, beloved husband of Margaret Milligan. His remains will be removed by motor for interment, in 1st Rathfriland Presbyterian Church Burying-ground, on Wednesday, at 2 p.m. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
Inserted by his sorrowing Wife and Daughters.

MORTON -- November 18, 1918, at his residence, Crow Glen, Ballygomartin, Robert, dearly-beloved husband of Mary Morton. His remains will be removed, for interment on Wednesday, 20th inst., to the family burying-ground, Templepatrick.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Family.
MARY MORTON.

MORRISON -- November 16, 1918, at her residence, 22 Iris Street, Elizabeth, beloved wife of Thomas Morrison. Funeral on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 11 a.m., to City Cemetery.

M'ALISTER -- November 17, 1918 at his residence, Lisnasure, Coolsala, Dromore, Co. Down, Andrew M'Alister, aged 73 years. The remains of our beloved father will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, Donacloney on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 11 a.m. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
Deeply regretted,
SAMUEL M'ALISTER.

M'CALISTER -- November 17, 1918, at her residence, 57 Bachelor's Walk, Lisburn, Mary Ann, dearly-beloved wife of William M'Calister. Funeral to family burying-ground, Legacurry on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2 p.m. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Husband also Daughter and Son-in-law.
MARGARET AND THOMAS MILLER.

M'CALISTER -- November 18, 1918, at her residence, Princes Street, Dromore, Sarah, the loved wife of George M'Calister and daughter of late John Graham, Lagan Mills, Dromore (Co. Down). Funeral to Second Dromore Presbyterian Churchyard, on Wednesday at 3 o'clock p.m.
GEORGE M'CALISTER.
"Saved through the Blood of the Lamb."

M'CANDLESS -- November 17, 1918, at her late residence, 60 Tennent Street, Hester, last surviving daughter of the late John and Annie M'Candless. Her remains will be removed from above address, for interment in Dundonald Cemetery, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10 a.m. Friends will please accept this intimation. -- Inserted by her Friend.
ANNIE J. CAMPBELL.

M'CART -- November 18, 1918, at his residence, 19 Cosgrave Street, James (wee Jim), youngest and dearly-beloved son of John and Elizabeth M'Cart. Funeral on Wednesday, 20th inst., at 11.15 a.m., for interment in Magherafelt Burying-ground. -- Deeply regretted.
Safe in the arms of Jesus,
Safe on His gentle breast.
JOHN AND ELIZABETH M'CART.

M'CARTAN -- November 17, 1918, at his residence, Stream Street, Downpatrick, Francis M'Cartan, Merchant. -- R.I.P. His remains will be removed for interment at 2-30 o'clock, p.m., on to-morrow (Tuesday), to the family burying-ground, Downpatrick Cathedral Old Graveyard. Deeply regretted.

M'CAW -- November 17, 1918, at Ballyfrenis, Millisle, John, youngest and dearly-loved son of Mary Jane M'Caw, aged 21 years. Funeral to family burying-ground, Templepatrick, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 3-30 p.m. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.

M'DOWELL -- November 17, 1918, at his father's residence, Gilnahirk, John, the dearly-beloved son of Robert and Lizzie M'Dowell. His remains will be removed from above address on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2-30 p.m., for interment in Moneyrea. Friends will please accept this intimation.
ROBERT AND LIZZIE M'DOWELL.

M'DOWELL -- November 18, 1918, at her brother-in-law's residence, 8 Castleview Terrace, Ballyhackamore (suddenly), Constance Muriel (Connie), the youngest daughter of John M'Dowell (Painter), Ballymoney. Her remains will be removed on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 3.45 p.m. (by train), to Ballymoney, for interment on Wednesday in Ballymoney Old Churchyard. -- Deeply regretted.
JOHN AND NELLIE ALLEN.

M'GINLEY -- November 17, 1918, at his mother's residence, 2 Inkerman Street, William M'Ginley (late 3rd R.I.F.), the dearly-beloved son of Mary and the late Thomas M'Ginley. -- R.I.P. His remains will be removed from the above address, for interment in Milltown Cemetery, on Wednesday, at 2 p.m.
Sweet Jesus, have mercy on him.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Mother, Brother, Sisters, and Brothers-in-law.

RED HAND G.A.C.
M'GLONE -- Members of above Club are requested to attend the funeral of the father of their esteemed member, Mr. Edward M'Glone, from his late residence, 36 Roumania Street, to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2 p.m.
P. MEEHAN, Chairman.
S. HENRY, Secretary.

M'ILROY -- November 4, 1918 (of pneumonia), at 135 Browning Avenue, Toronto, Canada, Campbell Minnis, third son of Mrs. M'Ilroy, 41 Vernon Street, Belfast. -- (By cable).
Deeply regretted.

M'LAUGHLIN -- November 18, 1918, at Isleworth, North Road, Bloomfield, Belfast, Thomas, the dearly-beloved husband of Margaret Graham M'Laughlin. Funeral private. No Flowers, by request.

M'LEAN -- November 17, 1918, at her parents' residence, 5 Egeria Street, Margaret Isabella (wee Peggy), dearly-beloved daughter of John and Minnie M'Lean. Her remains will be removed from above address on to-morrow (Tuesday), for interment in Dundonald Cemetery, at 10.30 a.m. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
Safely, safely gathered in,
Free from sorrow, free from sin;
They await our coming there --
Three sweet angels bright and fair.
J. AND M. M'LEAN

M'WILLIAMS -- November 17, 1918, at the residence of her parents, 12 Legmail Street, Ballysillan, Lizzie, youngest and dearly-beloved daughter of William and Sarah M'Williams. Funeral from above address on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10 o'clock, for interment in Carnmoney Burying-ground.
Short and sudden was the call,
Of one so dearly-loved by all;
It was God's will it must be so,
At His command we all must go.
Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Father and Mother.
WILLIAM AND SARAH M'WILLIAMS.

M'WILLIAMS -- November 17, 1918, at the residence of her parents, 12 Legmail Street, Ballysillan, Lizzie, youngest and dearly-loved sister of Mary Ann Templeton. Funeral from above address on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10 o'clock, for interment in Carnmoney Burying-ground.
We loved her -- ah, no tongue can tell,
How much we loved her and how well;
God loved her, too, and thought it best
To take her to His Heavenly rest.
Deeply regretted
WILLIAM AND MARY ANN TEMPLETON
Also Nephews and Nieces.

M'WILLIAMS -- November 17, 1918, at the residence of her parents, 12 Legmail Street, Ballysillan, Lizzie, youngest and dearly-beloved sister of Robert M'Williams. Funeral from above address on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10 o'clock, for interment in Carnmoney Burying-ground.
Had He asked us, well we know,
We would cry -oh! spare this blow;
Yea, with streaming tears would pray,
Lord we love her, let her stay.
Deeply regretted.
ROBERT AND MINNIE M'WILLIAMS.
Also Nephews and little Niece.

M'WILLIAMS -- November 17, 1918, at the residence of her parents, 12 Legmail Street, Ballysillan, Lizzie, youngest and dearly-beloved sister of James M'Williams. Funeral from above address on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10 o'clock, for interment in Carnmoney Burying-ground. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
We shall meet her some bright morning,
Resting by the waters fair;
She is waiting for our coming,
In that Heavenly mansion fair.
Deeply regretted.
JAMES M'WILLIAMS
Also Nephew and Nieces.

M'WILLIAMS -- November 16, 1918, at the Hospital, Purdysburn, William, beloved son of David and Elizabeth M'Williams. His remains were removed from above institution to-day (Monday) (by motor), for interment in Gilnahirk Graveyard.
"Safe in the arms of Jesus."
Inserted by his loving Father and Mother, DAVID AND ELIZABETH M'WILLIAMS,
22 Pitt Street.

NELSON -- November 17, 1918, at his parents' residence, 92 M'Clure Street, John Alexander, the second and beloved son of John A. and Jane Nelson. His remains will be removed, for interment in Balmoral Cemetery, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10 a.m.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Father and Mother and little Brother. Also his Aunt.
CHARLOTTE NELSON.

NESBITT -- November 17, 1918, William, the third and dearly-beloved son of the late Thomas and Maggie Nesbitt. The remains of our dear brother will be removed from his uncle's residence, 32 Chamberlain Street, on Wednesday, at 10 a.m., for interment in Dundonald Cemetery. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Inserted by his Sisters, Brothers, Uncles, and Aunts. Also his Sisters-in-law and Brothers-in-law.

OLIVER -- November 17, 1918, at his residence, 73 Jaffa Street, Robert, the dearly-beloved husband of Agnes Oliver. His remains will be removed from the above address, for interment in Blaris, at 2.30 p.m., on Wednesday. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and four Children.

OLIVER -- November 17, 1918, at his residence, 73 Jaffa Street, Robert, the dearly-beloved son of William and J. Oliver. His remains will be removed from the above address, for interment in Blaris, at 2.30 p.m., on Wednesday. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Father, Mother, Sister, and Brothers.

O'NEILL -- November 17, 1918, at his late residence, 25 Belmont Avenue, James, the dearly-beloved husband of Rachael O'Neill. Interment notice later.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and two Sons.

OLIVE BRANCH L.O.L. 1910.
O'NEILL -- The Members of above Lodge and other Brethren are requested to attend the funeral of their late esteemed brother, James O'Neill.
ROBERT MEGAHEY, W.M.
SIDNEY E. REID, Secretary

O'SULLIVAN -- November 17, 1918, at Belfast, of pneumonia, the Rev. P.P. O'Sullivan, B.A. Funeral private. Templepatrick Churchyard, Co. Antrim.

PARKER -- November 16, 1918, at 126 Bread Street East, Jane, relict of the late William Parker. The remains of my dearly-beloved mother will be removed on to-morrow (Tuesday) afternoon, at 2.30, for interment in Dundonald Cemetery.
Deeply regretted.
ROBERT R. PARKER.

PATTON -- November 17, 1918, at Ashvale House, Ballyblack, Newtownards, Sarah M., loved wife of Patrick Patton. Funeral to Movilla Cemetery on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2 p.m.

PRICE -- November 17, 1918, at her residence, 6 Epworth Street, Lucy Irene (wee Irene), the youngest and dearly-beloved daughter of William and Lucy Price. Her remains will be removed from above address on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10 a.m., for interment in Magherally Burying-ground.
"Suffer little children to come unto Me."
Deeply regretted by her Father and Mother.

PRICE -- November 17, 1918, at her residence, 6 Epworth Street, Lucy Irene (wee Irene), the dearly-beloved grandchild of William and Eleanor Willis, of 109 Beersbridge Road. Her remains will be removed from above address on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10 a.m., for interment in Magherally Burying-ground.
Deeply regretted by her Grandfather, Grandmother, Uncles, and Aunts.
WILLIAM AND ELEANOR WILLIS.

ROBERTSON -- November 16, 1918, at Brook Villa, Barnett's Road, Knock, Elizabeth, widow of the late George Robertson, London. Interment on Wednesday afternoon, at 2-30 o'clock in Dundonald Cemetery.
Inserted by her Daughter and Son-in-law,
ELIZABETH AND WILLIAM SAUNDERS.

SHANKS -- November 18, 1918 at his residence, 201 York Street, Jeremiah, dearly-loved husband of Mary Shanks. Interment notice later.

SHEPHERD -- November 16, 1918, at Children's Hospital, Templemore Avenue, Marie, third and dearly-beloved daughter of Albert and Margaret Shepherd. Her remains will be removed from her parents' residence, for interment in Dundonald Cemetery, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2-30 p.m. Friends will please accept this intimation.
ALBERT AND MARGARET SHEPHERD.
7 Castleview Terrace.

SMITH -- November 17, 1918, at 40 Ardgowan Street, Belfast, Elizabeth Smith, wife of Robert Smith. Funeral at 10.30 on to-morrow (Tuesday), for interment in Dundonald.
Deeply regretted.

SMYTH -- November 17, 1918, at the Hospital, Lisburn Road, Jeanie, beloved wife of John Smyth, 34 Westbourne Street. Her remains will be removed from above institution on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m., for interment in Dundonald Cemetery.
Deeply regretted.

SOPER -- November 17, 1918, at her father's residence, 352 Newtownards Road, Belfast, Annie, the beloved wife of J. R. Soper, Greencastle, County Donegal, and eldest daughter of Thomas and Catherine Adelaide Boston. Funeral private.

STIRLING -- November 16, 1918, at Wycombe Abbey School (of heart failure, following pneumonia), Evelyn Lisette Herron, eldest daughter of James H. and Lisette C. Stirling, of Windsor Avenue, Belfast, in her 16th year.

TEMPLETON -- November 17, 1918, at the residence of his father-in-law, James Beggs, 169 Tennent Street, George Howard, the beloved and loving husband of Margaret Templeton, and son of George Templeton, 92 Denmark Street. Funeral to City Cemetery on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2-30 p.m.
"Absent from the body, present with the Lord."
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife,
MARGARET TEMPLETON

THOMPSON -- November 16, 1918, at his residence, 29 Church Street, Holywood, Andrew (ex-Head Constable R.I.C.), dearly-beloved husband of Lavinia Thompson. Funeral (by motor) to Derriaghy on to-morrow (Tuesday), leaving at 2.30 p.m. -- "Peace, perfect peace."
LAVINIA THOMPSON.

THOMPSON -- November 17, 1918, at her residence, 397 Donegall Road, Mary Jane, the dearly-beloved wife of Thomas Thompson (of pneumonia, following influenza). Her remains will be removed from the above address on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m., for interment in City Cemetery. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Husband and Family. Also by her many loving Friends.

WALKER -- November 17, 1918 (suddenly), at the Union Hospital, Agnes, the dearly-beloved daughter of James and Jane Walker. Her remains will be removed from her late residence, 47 Teutonic Street, for interment in Lisburn Cemetery, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m., Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
JANE AND JAMES WALKER (the latter on active service)

WALLACE -- November 17, 1918, at the Hospital, Lisburn Road, H. Robert Ashcroft, eldest and dearly-beloved son of the late Robert and Mrs. Wallace, Ballyrobin, Muckamore. His remains will be removed from his mother's residence, on Wednesday, at one o'clock, for interment in the family burying-ground, Carmavey.
Inserted by his sorrowing Mother,
MARGARET WALLACE.

WALSH -- November 17, 1918, at his mother's residence, Ballygallough, Ballyclare, James Walsh. His remains will be removed for interment in Ballyclare New Cemetery, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10 o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation.

WATSON -- November 17, 1918, at his parents' residence, 336a Woodstock Road, Hugh, second and dearly-beloved son of Samuel and Mary Watson. His remains will be removed from above address, for interment in Blaris Burying-ground, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10.30 a.m. Friends will please accept this intimation.
SAMUEL AND MARY WATSON.

WHITE -- November 17, 1918, at her residence, 6 Wigton Street, Cornelia, widow of the late James White. Notice of interment later.
J. WHITE.

WILSON -- November 16, 1918, at 149 Donegall Street, Frederick Coe Wilson, the dearly-beloved husband of Alice Wilson. His remains will be removed from the above address, for interment in Carnmoney Cemetery, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 12 o'clock noon. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
GRACE WILSON.
Halifax papers please copy.

WILSON -- November 17, 1918, at his parents' residence, 28 Agnes Street, Carrickfergus, James Smith (wee Jim), eldest and dearly-loved son of Alexander and Mary Wilson, aged 1 year and 7 months. Funeral to Victoria Cemetery, Carrickfergus, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 3.30 p.m.
"For of such is the Kingdom of Heaven."
ALEXANDER AND MARY WILSON.

WILSON -- November 16, at her mother-in-law's residence, 52 Crosby Street, Mary, wife of the late Gunner Thomas Wilson, R.G.A., and eldest daughter of the late John and Martha Moore. Funeral from above address on Tuesday, at 10-30 a.m. to Hillsborough. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Sister and Brother-in-law. Also her little Daughter Jane,
JANE AND ALEXANDER WILSON.

THANKS.

Mr. and Mrs. R. CAMPBELL and Family desire to return their sincere thanks to the many kind friends who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement, especially those who sent such beautiful floral tributes; also the workers of the Albion, Ltd., for their beautiful wreath. Trusting this will be accepted by all.
20 Dromara Street, Belfast.

Mr., Mrs., and Miss MUSSEN desire to return their most sincere thanks to the many kind friends who sympathised with them and sent letters of condolence and floral tributes on the occasion of their great and sore bereavement, and wish especially to thank the Worshipful Master and Brethren of the Star of Down Masonic Lodge 435, and the Worshipful Master and Brethren of the Kane Memorial L.O.L. 890 for such beautiful wreaths, and trust this expression of our thanks will be accepted by all.
75 M'Clure Street, Belfast, 18th Nov., 1918.

Mr. ROBINSON and Mrs. BELL desire to thank all those who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement, especially those who sent floral tributes and letters of sympathy. Hoping this will be accepted by all.
67 Donegall Road.

Mr. and Mrs. SMYTH desire to return their sincere thanks to the many kind friends who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement, especially the neighbours and children for the beautiful wreath; also the many kind friends who sent letters of condolence. Trusting this will be accepted by all.
28 Richardson Street.

Mr. JAMES STEENSON and Family desire to thank all those who sympathised with them in their sad bereavement; also those who sent letters of condolence and beautiful floral tributes. Hoping this will be accepted by all.
85 Dunraven Avenue.

In Memoriam

BELL -- In sad and loving remembrance of our darling Sadie, who departed this life on November 18, 1917, and was interred in Balmoral Cemetery, only and dearly-loved child of George L. and Clara Bell., 12 Abbey Street, Bangor (late Kendal Street, Belfast).

COODEY -- In loving memory of our dear daughter, Nellie, who died on 18th November, 1917, and was interred in Holywood Cemetery.
Her pleasant face and kindly smile
Are pleasant to recall;
She had a kindly word for each,
And was beloved by all.
Ever remembered by her loving Father, Mother, and Sisters.
39 Sandymount Street, Stranmillis.

M'ALLISTER -- In loving memory of my dear father, James M'Allister, who departed this life on 17th November, 1914 and was interred in City Cemetery.
Sadly missed by his loving Wife, Son, and Daughter-in-law,
ELLEN, JAMES, AND MARGARET M'ALLISTER
41 Arkwright Street.

Our Heroes -- In Memoriam

FLANIGAN -- In sad and loving memory of Private Dominic Flanigan, 7th Leinsters, 16th Irish Division, killed in action 18th November, 1917.
On whose soul, sweet Jesus, have mercy.
Inserted by his loving Mother and Sisters.
65 University Road.

FRY -- In loving memory of my dear brother, 2112 Private John Fry, Manchester Regiment, died at Texteth Military Hospital, Liverpool, on 18th November, 1916, of wounds received in action.
For them the task is done, the strife is stilled;
No more shall care disturb, nor zeal condemn;
And when the larger good has been fulfilled
In coming years we shall remember them.
ROBERT G. FRY (France).

HILL -- Private W. G. Hill, Canadian Infantry, killed in action 18th November, 1916.
A very sad time has come when the heroes are returning, and we miss amongst them a face we dearly loved.
Mourned by Uncle and Aunt.
ARCHIE AND SUSANA BLAIR.
Ballykine, Ballynahinch.

RICHARDSON -- In loving memory of Sapper George Richardson, No. 57751, Royal Engineers, who passed away November 17, 1917, at the Queen Alexander Military Hospital, London, and was interred in Brookwood Cemetery.
Woking, Surrey, beloved brother of Margaret Cook, 261 Springfield Road, Belfast.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Sister and his little Son, George.

IN MEMORY
OF THE FOLLOWING
MEMBERS OF OUR STAFF,
WHO MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE DURING THE GREAT WAR:-
Lieut. D. HARDEN-SCOTT, M.C., R.F.C.
Lce.-Cpl. JOHN WEATHERUP, Canadian Infantry.
Pte. THOMAS CURRIE, R. Innis. F.
Trooper THOMAS LYONS, N.I. Horse.
"The men of Ulster have proved how nobly they fight and die."
THE COUNTY DOWN WEAVING CO., LTD.

For King And Country

KING WILLIAM TEMPERANCE L.O.L. 238.
ATKINSON -- The Officers and Members of above Lodge deeply regret the death in action of their esteemed Brother, Robert Atkinson.
J.WAGNER, W.M.
R. J. TURBITT, Secretary

FORSYTHE -- Killed in action in France, on 6th September, 1918, Rifleman George Forsythe, (47126), 2nd Batt. R.I.R., aged 28 years, dearly-beloved brother of William and John Forsythe, 47 Paxton Street.
English and Scotch papers please copy.

HODGEN -- October 20, 1918, killed in action, Pte. James Watson M'Donald (Jim), Royal Inniskilling Fusilliers, aged 22, third and dearly-beloved son of James and Rebecca Hodgen, 118 Castlereagh Road.

M'CANN -- November 15, 1918, died of wounds, at Beauford War Hospital, Bristol, 152596 Private Richard M'Cann, the beloved son of Bernard and the late Elizabeth M'Cann. Funeral notice later.
93 Methuen Street.

M'GRATH -- Stoker David M'Grath, who was lost at sea on H.H.T. -- on the 29th October, 1918.
We little thought when he left home
That he would ne'er return;
That he so soon in death would sleep,
And leave us here to mourn.
Sadly missed by his loving Children -- Evelyn, Jeannie, Violet, and Ruby, 21 Lorton Street.

M'GRATH -- Stoker David M'Grath, who was lost at sea on H.M.T. -- on the October 29, 1918.
Deeply regretted by his loving Brother and Sister-in-law,
JOSEPH AND ANNIE M'GRATH
61 Gaffikin Street.

M'GRATH -- Stoker David M'Grath, who was lost at sea on H.M.T. -- on the October 29, 1918.
Deeply regretted by his loving Brother and Sister-in-law,
RICHARD AND MINNIE M'GRATH.
Also his two Nephews and Niece,
DICK, JIM, AND MINNIE M'GRATH.
45 Maryville Street.

QUATE -- 12120 Lance-Corporal William Quate, R.I. Rifles, accidentally killed on 16th October, 1918, while on active service.
We pictured his safe returning,
And longed to clasp his hand,
But God has postponed the meeting,
It will be in the better land.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Brother and Sister-in-law.
JOHN AND MINNIE QUATE.
66 Little York Street.

QUATE -- 12120 Lance-Corporal William Quate, R.I. Rifles, accidentally killed on 16th October, 1918, while on active service.
Father, in Thy gracious keeping
Leave we now our dear one sleeping.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Sisters, also his Brother George (the latter on active service).

QUATE -- 12120 Lance-Corporal William Quate, R.I. Rifles, accidentally killed on 16th October, 1918, while on active service.
Slowly we bore a dying soldier
Who had fallen in the fray,
And to us he faintly whispered,
Comrades, let me sleep to-day.
Deeply regretted by his Aunt and Uncle, also his Nephew and Niece William Henry and Marion M'Caw.
HENRY AND EMILY M'CAW

QUATE -- 12120 Lance-Corporal William Quate, R.I. Rifles, accidentally killed on 16th October, 1918, while on active service.
The powers of death have done their worst,
The strife is o'er, the battle done,
The victory of life is won,
The song of triumph has begun.
Deeply regretted by has sorrowing Friend,
CATHERINE M'CRACKEN.
58 North Thomas Street.

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHABITES, BELFAST DISTRICT No. 17. CONQUEROR TENT, No. 1372.
REID -- The Officers and Members of above Tent and District deeply regret the death of Br. Private Wm. Reid, Seaforth Highlanders, killed in action in France on 13th October, 1918.
THOMAS TELFORD, District Chief Ruler.
D. KIRKWOOD, District Secretary.

Clippings

CHRISTMAS CHEER FOR SAILORS.

The Countess of Clanwilliam makes an appeal on behalf of the Ladies' Association of the Missions to Seamen for funds to provide Christmas cheer and comforts for our sailors in the port. Her Ladyship says: -- "We are anxious this year to give a dinner at some place in the city on Christmas Eve to as many seamen as may be gathered together; and to hold social evenings on Christmas Day and Boxing Day at the Institute, 47 Queen's Square. These occasions will be for men of the Navy and Mercantile Marine. We hope also to raise enough to help our fund for providing teas on Sundays and simple refreshments at the weekly concerts." During the past four months the chaplain, Rev. F.A. Wilkinson, M.A., R.N., has entertained 650 seamen to tea on Sundays. Donations may be sent to the hon. treasurer, Ladies' Association, Missions to Seamen Institute, 47 Queen's Square.

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MID-TYRONE U.V.F. COLOURS.

DEDICATION SERVICE AT OMAGH.

A great united thanksgiving service, which was unique in the history of Omagh, was held in St. Columba's Parish Church, Omagh, on Sunday evening, and was attended by upwards of 1,500 people of all Protestant denominations. A united choir of almost 100 voices from the four Protestant churches in the town led in the praise service effectually, while an orchestral accompaniment was provided by N.C.O.'s and men of the Ayrshire Yeomanry and the Misses Moriarty, Edenderry. Miss M'Adams was the organist.

Rev. A. M'Quade, rector, and Rev. J.S. Willis, curate, read the prayers. The lessons were read by Rev. Mr. Eakins, Presbyterian minister, and Rev. J.W. Stutt, Methodist minister. Rev. A. Macafee, First Presbyterian Church, led in prayer, and Rev. C.A. Peacock, Assistant Chaplain -- General to the Forces, delivered an earnest and impressive service from the Song of Solomon, 2nd chapter and 4th verse -- "His banner over me was love."

During the service a most interesting ceremony took place when the colours of the Mid-Tyrone Battalion U.V.F., now merged in the 9th Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, were dedicated. The colours were borne into the church by Captain A.H.R. Duncan, who was preceded by two N.C.O.'s of the Inniskillings, with Lieut. Thomas Ernest Johnston, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, son of Mr. Thomas Johnston, J.P., chairman of Omagh Urban Council, in charge of the escort. After Capt. Duncan marched Colonel H. Irvine, C.B.; Company-Sergeant-Major Cue, formerly an instructor of the Mid-Tyrone Battalion, and other discharged soldiers of the Tyrone Regiment. The procession, having marched round the church, proceeded up the centre aisle, and the colours were handed over to Rev. Mr. Peacock.

Colonel Irvine, C.B., said he had been asked to present this banner for the Glory of God and in grateful and loving remembrance of those brave officers, N.C.O.'s and men of the 2nd Mid-Tyrone Battalion of the Ulster Volunteers, now the 9th Battalion of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, who fought and died in the great war in defence of their King and country. This battalion had been sent to France in October, 1915, and became a unit of the 109th Brigade of the splendid 36th (Ulster) Division, and was still there. It was originally formed on the outbreak of the war under the auspices of Captain (now Brigadier-General) Ricardo, D.S.O., ably assisted by the late Captain Philip Cruickshank, who died nobly in action leading his men on the famous 1st July, 1916.

Rev. Mr. Peacock then dedicated the banner, and directed that it be placed in the safe keeping of the rector, the churchwardens, and the select vestry of that church, to be a fitting reminder of those who so gallantly and gloriously laid down their lives in the cause of honour and freedom.

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HOME FIRES BURNING -- IN EVERY ROOM.

THE SELFISH HOUSEHOLDER.

SCOTS SET US A GOOD EXAMPLE.

"Traveller" writes -- There would seem to be an impression abroad in Belfast that because of the cessation of hostilities there is no longer any need for coal economy. I came to this conclusion after a walk last evening along the Antrim Road, where I saw halls fully illuminated and several rooms in the same house ablaze with light. The fact is -- and I have my information from official authority -- the coal problem throughout Great Britain was never so acute as it is at the present moment, and the officials of the Government have quite an anxious time trying to arrange for the necessities of the householder, whilst attending at the same time to the tremendous demands of our transport service. From now until the end of March we must save every single ounce of fuel if we are to avert a serious shortage.

Most of us have been so well off in connection with home comforts that we cannot realise what a pinch means. I was in Scotland last week and I can say without any exaggeration that I seldom saw a fire except in a sitting-room, and that had generally to accommodate far more than could get near it. What impressed me more than anything else was the scrupulous care exercised by all and sundry in the economising of electric light. The very instant a light was not required it was switched off. The page boy was just as much alive to his obligation in this matter as the proprietor. I hope these remarks will be read by those prodigal householders who still persist in ignoring the Lord Mayor's appeal, and that in future they will show an example in thrift rather than in extravagance. We were all interested in keeping the home fires burning until the boys come home -- and after. To do this the rich as well as those not so well off must co-operate. Three fires in a house where one would suffice is a scandalous misconception of a citizen's responsibility at the present time.

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WHAT OF THE ARMS ORDER?

REVOLVER VOLLEY AT FUNERAL.

Sinn Feiners from all parts of North Louth travelled to Dundalk on Sunday to attend the funeral of Mr. James Toal, one of the leaders of Sinn Fein in the district, and a man who had been in prison early this year on a charge of unlawful assembly.

Two companies of Sinn Fein Volunteers turned out in processional order, wearing black armlets surmounted by the Sinn Fein colours and with Sinn Fein rosettes mounted on the crepe.

The Emmet Band played the Dead March en route, and prominent in the cortege were the Cumman na m'Bhan in uniform and Sinn Fein Boy Scouts. Other societies represented were the G.A.A., the National Clubs, and the Boilermakers' Society.

In all over 6,000 people accompanied the remains to St. Patrick's Cemetery. Sinn Fein officials regulated the traffic. The coffin was draped with the rebel flag. The Rev. M. Kerr, C.C., officiated at the graveside, reciting the prayers in Latin and Irish.

When the grave had been closed and a number of wreaths placed on it a firing party of Volunteers fired three volleys from revolvers.

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OUTRAGE AT DUNGANNON.

UNION JACK SET ON FIRE.

During Sunday night a large Union Jack, which had been floated all week from the balcony of the Northland Arms Hotel, George's Street, Dungannon, in honour of the Allies' crowning victory, was set on fire and completely destroyed, the pole being much burned also. As the flag was a considerable height above the street level, the inflammable substance by which it was set alight must have been attached to a pole.

Neither Mr. Wherry, the proprietor (whose son, Second-Lieut. J. H. Wherry, is a prisoner of war), nor any of the other occupants were aware of the outrage until the premises were opened this morning.

It may be added that the hoisting of a Union Jack on the Technical Institute, Ann Street, on receipt of the news of the cessation of hostilities, was heartily boohed by a crowd, who sang the "Soldiers' Song."

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THANKSGIVINGS AT LARNE.

KING'S MESSAGES READ ON PARADE.

Services of thanksgiving for the cessation of hostilities were held at all the Larne churches yesterday, and the congregations were much above the average numerically. The singing of the Doxology and the National Anthem, with carefully selected Psalms and hymns, was a feature common to all the services, and appropriate addresses were delivered by the different ministers. In the evening at Gardenmore Presbyterian Church Lieut. Gunn gave a beautiful rendering of Kipling's "Recessional" to the tune "Melita," to the evident enjoyment of the very large congregation.

In the morning, at the temporary church at Larne naval base, a special service was conducted by the naval chaplain, Rev. R. Griffiths, M.A., when the rector of Larne, Rev. Andrew Boyd, M.A., delivered an eloquent address. Commodore Carpendale, C.B., read the lesson, and special thanksgiving prayers were said, an impressive service closing with the singing of the National Anthem.

After service a parade was held in the open near the signal station. The commodore, officers, and men of the naval base were present in force, together with the garrison detachment R.D.C., members of the W.R.N.S., and two Voluntary Aid Detachments. The message of his Majesty the King to the Navy was read by the Commodore, who subsequently briefly addressed the company.

He said he would like them to realise in their hearts that this was not an arbitrated victory, but a real downright victory, and that the proudest military Empire the world had ever known was down and out, beaten hip and thigh. The German armies had to give up their arms and retire, and they had also to give up their submarines, with which they had hoped to break the British spirit, and with the failure of which object his hearers had had so much to do. No one knew better than he did the value of the work done by the North Patrol. Day after day and night after night their vigilance and their energies had helped to achieve that great victory, and he was proud to be so closely associated with them. And that splendid message from the King assured them not only of his admiration, but of that of the whole Empire. Whatever their sphere of life in future he hoped they would prove worthy of the great trust and the great honour done to them in that message.

The King's message to the Army was then read by the senior military officer present, Lieut.-Colonel the Rev. D. H. Hanson, B.A., after which the Doxology was sung. The singing of the National Anthem and three hearty cheers for his Majesty, on the call of the Commodore, terminated a very interesting ceremony.

WHITEHEAD CHURCHES.

Impressive thanksgiving services were held in Whitehead Presbyterian Church on Sabbath last, and there were large congregations present at both morning and evening services. Several beautiful Allied flags were displayed in the porch and around the pulpit. The Rev. D. B. Knox, minister of the congregation, preached appropriate sermons. At the evening service the roll of honour was read for the last time, and the choir sang most effectively the anthem, "What are these?" under the conductorship of Mr. Alex. Dobson, precentor. The National Anthem was sung at the close of both services.

A special service was also held in Chester Avenue Church, Rev. T. J. Rea delivering an impressive and thoughtful address on the lessons of the war.

AT THE CUSTOM-HOUSE STEPS.

The Salvation Army and the North Belfast Mission united for an open-air thanksgiving service on Sunday at the Custom House steps. Rev. Wm. Maguire acted as chairman, while Brigadier Lord gave a stirring patriotic address. The bands from Ballymacarrett and Dublin Road united and played the National Anthems of the Allies -- Belgium, France, Italy, and Japan -- and suitable selections representing America and the Colonies. The huge concourse of people assembled concluded with the singing of "God Save the King."

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DEATH OF MR. ROBERT MAGEE.

We regret to announce the death of Mr. Robert Magee, a well-known Belfast citizen, which took place on Saturday at his residence, 75 Woodvale Road. The deceased was a leading house and rent agent in the city. One of the earliest members of the West Belfast Unionist Association, his interest in the integrity of the Empire was zealously sustained throughout his life. From 1891 until 1898 he represented Smithfield Ward on the Poor-law Board, and devoted much time and consideration to the welfare of the community, and especially to the amelioration of the destitute poor. He was a large-hearted man, with generous impulses, and when he had the opportunity of doing a good work he thought neither of creed nor politics. For many years he resided in the Shankill district, where he was a persona grata, and by the community in general he was held in the highest esteem. He is survived by two sons -- Mr. W. J. Magee, an official of a prominent city assurance corporation, and Mr. Joseph Magee, accountant -- both well-known personalities in cricket circles.

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PURDYSBURN HOSPITAL.

CONDITION OF PATIENTS.

The following report was issued from the hospital at 2 o'clock to-day:-
Class 1 (dangerously ill) -- 125 228 235 241.
Class 2 (seriously ill, no immediate danger). -- 44 106 157 213 231 234 245 247 250 252.
Class 3 (ill, making satisfactory progress) -- 12 54 57 112 139 141 165 170 171 184 186 187 188 192 194 196 197 203 205 206 208 209 210 122 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 222 223 224 225 227 229 232 233 236 237 238 239 240 242 244 251.
Class 4 (convalescent and doing well) -- All others.
Inquiry may be made by telephone regarding those in Classes 1 and 2 between 9 and 10 a.m. and 5 and 6 p.m. Phone, "Malone 200."
The telephone must not be used in other cases.

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The Secretary of the War Office announces that no further return is required under the Defence of the Realm Regulations Clothing (Returns) order of 24th July, 1919, except for the month of October, if not already sent.

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THE ULSTER DIVISION.

A BATTLEFIELD MEMORIAL

APPEAL BY SIR EDWARD CARSON.

(To the Editor of the "Telegraph.")

Sir -- The end of the war immediately recalls to our minds the gallant deeds of the Ulster Division, and particularly of those who have lost their lives in Flanders.

I suggest that a monument be erected on a suitable site on the battlefield to commemorate for all time the heroic deeds of those men; and, to that end, that a Fund be started in which all sympathisers may participate; any balance to be devoted to the U.V.F. Patriotic Fund.

I shall be glad if any of your readers who desire to be associated with this memorial will forward their contributions to Lieut.-Colonel Sir James Craig, Bart., D.L., M.P., at the Old Town Hall, he having kindly consented to act as honorary treasurer. -- Yours, &c.

EDWARD CARSON.
15th November, 1918.

I have been enabled to start the Fund through the generosity of the undernoted:-

Rt. Hon. Sir Edward Carson, K. C., M.P., 5 Eaton Place, London £100 0 0
The Most Noble the Marquis of Londonderry, Mountstewart, Newtownards 100 0 0
Col. R. G. Sharman-Crawford, D. L., M. P., Crawfordsburn, Co. Down 100 0 0
Sir George S. Clark, Bart., D. L., Belfast Shipyard, Belfast 100 0 0
C. E. Allan, Esq., D. L., Stormount Castle, Dundonald 100 0 0
D. W. Smyth, Esq., Huntly, Banbridge, Co. Down 100 0 0
J. R. Lonsdale, Esq., M. P., 12 Sussex Square, London, W. 52 10 0
F. Workman, Esq., D. L., The Moat, Strandtown 50 0 0
Hugh T. Barrie, Esq., D. L., M. P., The Manor House, Coleraine 50 0 0
Major W. G. Forde, D. L., Seaforde, Co. Down 50 0 0
John M. Andrews, Esq., D. L., Maxwell Court, Comber 50 0 0
H. B. Murray, Esq., J. P., Ardnaveigh, Antrim 50 0 0
William Gregg, Esq., Glenbrook, Castlereagh, Co. Down 50 0 0
His Grace the Duke of Abercorn, 61 Green Street, London, W.I 25 0 0
Sir R. M. Liddell, D. L., Donacloney, Co. Down 25 0 0
R. I. Calwell, Esq., C. E., Carninard, Annadale Avenue, Belfast 25 0 0
Sir Robert M'Connell, Bart., D. L., Glendhu, Holywood Road, Belfast 21 0 0
Sir Crawford M'Cullagh, J. P., Castle Buildings, Castle Place, Belfast 21 0 0
His Honour Judge Craig (Recorder of Belfast) 21 0 0
A. H. Bates, Esq., K.C., 27 Upper Mount Street, Dublin 10 10 0
F. G. MaGuire, Esq., Glenbank, Bangor, Co. Down 10 10 0
D. C. Hutchinson, Esq., 7 Hardcastle Street, Belfast 10 10 0
J. E. Wilson, Esq., Mulderg, Osborne Park, Belfast 10 10 0
Lieut.-Col. Sir James Craig, Bart., D. L., M. P., 6 Victoria Square, London, S. W. 1 10 10 0
Lady Craig, 6 Victoria Square, London, S. W. 1 10 10 0
Ronald M'Neill, Esq., M. P., 18 Cadogan Street, London, S. W. 10 0 0
Mrs. R. E. M'Lean, Mertoun Hall, Holywood, Co. Down 10 0 0
Rev. John MacDermott, D. D., Belmont Manse, Strandtown, Belfast 10 0 0
The Hon. Hugh and Mrs. Hugh O'Neill, 13 Draycott Place, London, S. W. 10 0 0
Robert Neely, Esq., Rockville, Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal 10 0 0
T. MacGregor Greer, Esq., Sea Park, Carrickfergus 10 0 0
David E. Lowry, Esq., Oakley, Strandtown, Belfast 10 0 0
J. Allan Osborne, Esq., Knocknagreena, Milford, Co. Donegal 6 6 0
Mrs. A. H. Sharman-Crawford, Crawfordsburn, Co. Down 5 5 0
The Marchioness of Londonderry, Mountstewart, Newtownards 5 5 0
Rev. William Wright, D. D., Newtownards, Co. Down 5 5 0
The Countess of Clanwilliam, Montaito, Ballynahinch, Co. Down 5 5 0
Sir Frederick Moneypenny, O. B. E., M. V. O., City Hall, Belfast 5 5 0
H. de Fellenberg Montgomery, Esq., D. L., Blessingbourne, Fivemiletown, Co. Tyrone 5 5 0
Mr. and Mrs. John Malone, Fortwilliam Park, Belfast 5 5 0
W. F. Coates, Esq., J. P., Glynn Park, Carrickfergus 5 5 0
Lieut.-Col. John C. W. Madden, D. L., Hilton Park, Clones 5 5 0
Mr. and Mrs. Dunbar-Buller, Woburn, Donaghadee 5 5 0
H. S. Morrison, Esq., M. D., Bellevue, Blackhill, Coleraine 5 5 0
Dowager Marchioness of Dufferin and Ava, Clandeboye, Co. Down 5 5 0
R. Dawson Bates, Esq., 2 Arthur Street, Belfast 5 5 0
James G. Leslie, Esq., D. L., Leslie Hill, Ballymoney 5 0 0
Dr. and Mrs. William Gibson, Mountpottinger House, Belfast 5 0 0
Wm. James Greer, Esq., "Ulster Gazette," Armagh 5 0 0
John C. Glendinning, Esq., 11 Crawford Square, Londonderry 5 0 0
James Moore, Esq., J. P., The Finaghy, Belfast 5 0 0
Col. J. C. Ker Fox, The Rock, Ballyshannon 5 0 0
Stewart Blacker Quin, Esq., 25 Wellington Place, Belfast 5 0 0
Augustus Turtle, Esq., "Avalon," Lisburn 5 0 0
John Graham, Esq., J. P., Dromore House, Dromore, County Down 5 0 0
W. W. Barnhill, Esq., B. L., Brickfield, Strabane 5 0 0
Major S. H. Hall-Thompson, Drum House, Dunmurry 5 0 0
Major E. C. Herdman, D. L., North Irish Horse, Antrim 5 0 0
W. E. Williames, Esq., J. P., Ardavon, Craigavad 5 0 0
W. H. Webb, Esq., J. P., Randalstown, Country Antrim 5 0 0
J. Milne Barbour, Esq., D. L., Conway, Dunmurry, County Antrim 5 0 0
Col. W. E. C. M'Cammond, Innisfayle, Donegall Park, Belfast 5 0 0
Rev. E. F. Campbell, Killyman Rectory, Moy, Co. Tyrone 5 0 0
Sir James H. Stronge, Bart., D. L., Tynan Abbey, Tynan 5 0 0
Lieut.-Col. R. T. G. Lowry, D. L., Pomeroy, Tyrone 5 0 0
General Sir William Adair, K. C. B., Loughanmore, Dunadry 5 0 0
Robert Kerr, Esq., Newry 5 0 0
Major E. J. Richardson, D. L., Poplar Vale, Monaghan 5 0 0
Miss Murray-Ker, Newbliss House, Monaghan 5 0 0
William Swanston, Esq., Farmhill, Dunmurry 5 0 0
James M'Connell, Esq., J. P., Stranmillis House, Belfast 5 0 0
T. C. Rogers, Esq., J. P., Gilford, Co. Down 5 0 0
George Crozier, Esq., Victoria House, Armagh 3 3 0
King Houston, Esq., Arleston, Omagh, Co. Tyrone 3 3 0
Barry Meglaughlin, Esq., Gortmerron, Dungannon 2 2 0
Lieut.-Colonel H. G. S. Alexander, Carrickmore, Co. Tyrone 2 2 0
Arthur Phillips, Esq., Victoria Park, Londonderry 2 2 0
Lady Carson, 5 Eaton Place, London, S. W. 2 2 0
S. W. Kennedy, Esq., 4 Gt. James Street, Londonderry 2 2 0
R. W. H. Blackwood, Esq., Castlenavin, Seaforde, Co. Down 2 2 0
D. P. MacLaughlin, Esq., M. D., J. P., Strangford, Co. Down 2 2 0
H. C. Montgomery, Esq., Ballyholme House, Bangor 2 2 0
J. Campbell Hall, Esq., M. B., Rowantree, Monaghan 2 2 0
G. L. de Lachereis, Esq., J. P., Manor House, Donaghadee 2 2 0
Joseph Anderson, Esq., 39 Market Street, Omagh 2 2 0
Armstrong Todd, Esq., M. D., Hollymount, Maguiresbridge, Co. Fermanagh 2 0 0
Samuel Cummings, Esq., Coolemount, Coalisland 2 0 0
Mrs. R. Simonton, [ -- ? -- ], Knock 1 1 0
William J. Price, Esq., 129 Albertbridge Road, Belfast 1 1 0
James A. Culbert, Esq., 11 Chichester Street, Belfast 1 1 0
H. T. Whitaker, Esq., and Miss F. Whitaker, Antrim House, Belfast 1 1 0
Wm. Black, Esq., Ballyleck, Monaghan 1 1 0
J. Moore Boyle, Esq., Marionville, Newry 1 1 0
A. W. Hungerford, Esq., 32 University Street, Belfast 1 1 0
T. Y. Chambers, Esq., The Laurels, Bailieborough 1 1 0
William Bridgett, Esq., 96 and 98 Great Victoria Street, Belfast 1 0 0
John Drennan, Esq., 6 Tate's Avenue, Belfast 1 0 0
Geo. F. Evatt, Esq., Mount Louise, Smithborough, Monaghan 1 0 0
William H. Snoddy, Esq., 66 Ardenlee Avenue, Belfast 1 0 0
Wm. Martin, Esq., Hilden, Monaghan 1 0 0
John Gillespie, Esq., The Lodge, Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan 1 0 0
James H. Wagner, Esq., 70 Castlereagh Street, Belfast 1 0 0
James Craig, Esq., J. P., 12 Rugby Road, Belfast 1 0 0
Butler and Phil Farrington, The Rectory, Killinchy 1 0 0
Samuel R. Greer, Esq., 159 Donegall Road, Belfast 0 10 0
R. Amstrong, Esq., 3 Verdun Terrace, Ballygomartin Road, Belfast 0 10 0
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TOTAL £1,[?]84 12 0

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COAL RELIEF FUND

FIRST LIST OF SUBSCRIPTIONS.

The Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress £10 10 0
York St. Flax Spinning Co., Ltd. 25 0 0
J. N. Richardson, Sons & Owden, Ltd. 25 0 0
Messrs. James P. Corry & Co., Ltd. 12 0 0
Councillor J. C. White 10 10 0
The Recorder of Belfast £5 5 0  
Do. Special War Donation 5 5 0 -- 10 10 0
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. M'Laughlin 10 10 0
Messrs. M'Laughlin & Harvey, Ltd. 10 10 0
Milfort Weaving and Finishing Co., Ltd. 10 10 0
Messrs. G. & J. Burns, Ltd. 10 10 0
Messrs. John Thompson & Sons, Ltd. 10 10 0
The Bishop of Down and Connor (Most Rev. Dr. MacRory) 10 0 0
Councillor T. E. M'Connell, J. P. 10 0 0
Councillor M'Mordie, Cabin Hill 10 0 0
Colonel John M'Cance, J. P. 10 0 0
Mr. R. J. Bruce, per Mr. John Bristow 10 0 0
Mr. J. S. Porter, Ulster Club 10 0 0
The Misses Riddel 10 0 0
Messrs. Lyle & Kinahan, Ltd. 10 0 0
Messrs. Philip Johnston & Sons, Ltd. 10 0 0
Wolfhill Spinning Co., Ltd. 10 0 0
Messrs. Wm. Ewart & Son, Ltd. 10 0 0
Brookfield Linen Co., Ltd. 10 0 0
Messrs. J. and T. M. Greeves, Ltd. 10 0 0
The Irish Flax Spinning Co., Ltd. 10 0 0
The Bishop of Down (Right Rev. Dr. d'Arcy) 5 5 0
Sir Crawford and Lady M'Cullagh 5 5 0
Mr. J. Blakiston Houston, D. L. 5 5 0
Mr. Thomas Gallaher, J. P. 5 5 0
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart C. Kelly 5 5 0
Mr. H. I. Johns, J. P. 5 5 0
Mr. Edward Platt-Higgins 5 5 0
Messrs. Holywood & Donnelly, Ltd. 5 5 0
Messrs. F. Carlile & Co., Ltd. 5 5 0
"The Belfast News-Letter," Ltd. 5 5 0
Messrs. W. H. Andrews & Son 5 5 0
Messrs. Wm. Marshall & Co., Ltd. 5 5 0
Messrs. R. & H. Hall, Ltd. 5 5 0
Messrs. Cullen, Allen & Co., Ltd. 5 5 0
Messrs. M'Cabe & Bulloch 5 5 0
Messrs. H. & T. M'Alinden 5 5 0
The Moderator of the General Assembly (the Right Rev. J. M'Granahan, D. D.) 5 0 0
Sir Robert Anderson, Bart., J. P. 5 0 0
Colonel Sir James Craig, Bart., M. P. 5 0 0
Mr. Garrett Nagle, R. M. 5 0 0
Mr. John Gray, R. M. 5 0 0
Mrs. Forster Green 5 0 0
Mrs. J. F. Moat Dunmurry 5 0 0
Mr. Joseph Devlin, M. P. 5 0 0
Mr. Edwin Hughes, D. L. 5 0 0
Messrs. Inglis & Co., Ltd. 5 0 0
Messrs. John Hogg & Co. 5 0 0
Messrs. W. T. M'Call & Co. 5 0 0
Messrs. John Arnott & Co., of Belfast, Ltd. 5 0 0
Messrs. John Preston & Co. 5 0 0
Messrs. Richardson Bros. & Co. 5 0 0
United Co-operative Baking Society, Ltd. 5 0 0
Mr. Hamilton M'Cleery 5 0 0
The Edenderry Spinning Co., Ltd. 5 0 0
Mrs. Charles A. Montgomery, Wellington Place 4 0 0
Alderman Mercier, J. P. 3 3 0
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Brandon 3 3 0
Mr. Robert Boag 3 3 0
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gibson 3 3 0
Mr. Patrick M'Gowan 3 3 0
Mr. S. C. Hardy 3 3 0
Mr. Gerald Hardy 3 3 0
Messrs. Young & Anderson, Ltd. 3 3 0
Messrs. Robertson, Ledlie, Ferguson & Co., Ltd. 3 3 0
Messrs. Salters & Anderson 3 3 0
Mr. W. Redfern Kelly, J. P. 3 0 0
Mrs. Maxwell Smyth, per Dr. C. O'Neill, J. P. 3 0 0
Mr. John Megaw, Wellington Park 3 0 0
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey, Marlborough Park 3 0 0
Messrs. J. & R. O'Kane, per Northern Bank 3 0 0
Messrs. M'Gowan & Ingram 3 0 0
Messrs. Moore & Weinberg 3 0 0
Mrs. Thomas Sinclair, Newcastle 2 2 0
Sir Peter O'Connell, M. D., D. L. 2 2 0
Sir Frederick Moneypenny, M. V. O. 2 2 0
Mr. John M'Connell, J. P. 2 2 0
Mr. John Thompson, J. P. 2 2 0
Mr. Charles W. Black 2 2 0
Mr. James Blessington 2 2 0
Messrs. F. Plunkett & Son 2 2 0
"Maurice" 2 2 0
M'Kenna & M'Ginley, Ltd., per Northern Bank 2 2 0
Messrs. W. J. Kelly & Alexander, Oxford Street 2 2 0
Messrs. Murphy & Orr 2 2 0
Messrs. Latimer & Kinley, Franklin Street 2 2 0
The Co. Down Weaving Co., Ltd. 2 2 0
Messrs. W. D. Henderson & Sons, Ltd. 2 2 0
Messrs. R. Watson & Co., of Belfast, Ltd. 2 2 0
Messrs. John M'Kenna & Sons 2 2 0
Very Rev. P. Convery, P. P., V. F. 2 0 0
J. P. 2 0 0
Mr. A. Christy, Newcastle 2 0 0
Mr. George Johnston, S. Prov. Bdgs. 2 0 0
Rev. John T. Healy, Adm. 1 10 0
Mr. R. W. M'Dowell, Alexandraville 1 1 0
Mr. T. W. Marshall, Cave Hill Road 1 1 0
Mr. F. H. Rogers, Derryvolgie Av. 1 1 0
J. B. H. 1 1 0
Mr. J. D. Smith, Gas Works 1 1 0
Mr. J. M. Colton 1 1 0
Mr. John Dalziel 1 1 0
Mrs. H. C. Plunkett 1 1 0
Mr. Wm. Walsh, Donlure,Bloomfield 1 1 0
Mr. J. D. Moneypenny, Gas Works 1 1 0
The Dean of Belfast 1 0 0
Dr. Wm. Gibson, J. P. 1 0 0
Mr. R. G. Geale 1 0 0
Rev. Dr. Montgomery 1 0 0
Miss Mulligan, Osborne Terrace 1 0 0
Rev. Wm. Maguire 1 0 0
Mrs. George Johnston, Holywood Road 1 0 0
Mr. W. J. Pratten 1 0 0
Rev. Dr. Lowe 1 0 0
Mr. James M'Donnell, P. L. G., per Very Rev. P. Convery, P. P., V. F. 1 0 0
The Misses Reade, Derryvolgie 1 0 0
J. H. W. 1 0 0
Rev. Dr. George Thompson 0 10 0
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TOTAL £584 14 0

I gratefully acknowledge receipt of above, and earnestly appeal for further Subscriptions.
      JAMES JOHNSTON.
            Lord Mayor, Hon. Treasurer.

 

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Belfast Telegraph - 25 November, 1918

Deaths

AGNEW -- November 25, 1918, at her residence, 45 Donnybrook Street, Margaret, the dearly-beloved wife of Samuel Agnew. Notice of interment later.

AIKEN -- November 24, 1918, at Royal Victoria Hospital, Margaret Aiken (late of 34 Weir Street). Her remains will be removed from above institution on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 9 o'clock, a.m., for interment in St. Patrick's Churchyard, Newry. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Inserted by her Friends, JESSIE AND MINNIE RUSSELL, 14 Salisbury Street;
And H. MAGUIRE and Family, 44 Tennent Street.

ALLEN -- November 24, 1918, at her mother's residence, 567 Donegall Road, Sara, the beloved daughter of Elizabeth and the late William Allen. The remains of my beloved daughter will be removed from above address, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 12 o'clock, for interment in City Cemetery.
Gone to be with Christ, which is far better.
Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Mother and Sister. ELIZABETH ALLEN.

ALLEN -- November 24, 1918, at her mother's residence, 567 Donegall Road, Sarah Allen. The remains of our beloved sister will be removed for interment in City Cemetery, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 12 o'clock.
Deeply regretted by her loving Sister and Brother-in-law. MR. AND MRS. A.C. WALKER. 58 Mossvale Street.

BALLANCE -- November 23, 1918, at her residence, 12 Chadolly Street, Maggie, the dearly-beloved wife of Private William Ballance, L.C. (on active service), and second daughter of Samuel and Margaret Parsons, 10 Ravensdale Street. Her remains will be removed for interment on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2 p.m., to the family burying-ground, Bangor Old Churchyard. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
Deeply regretted by her Mother, Father, Sister, and Brothers; also her two Children.

BALLANCE -- November 23, 1918, at her residence, 12 Chadolly Street, Maggie, the dearly-beloved wife of Private William Ballance.
Deeply regretted by her Sister and Brother-in-law, ELLIE AND THOMAS WHITESIDE and Family, 137 Beersbridge Road.

BALLANCE -- November 23, 1918, at her residence, 12 Chadolly Street, Maggie, the dearly-beloved wife of Private William Ballance.
Sadly missed by her Cousins, LILY, DAVID AND KATHLEEN THOMPSON, 38 Eversleigh Street.

BECK -- November 23, 1918, at his residence, 168 Silvio Street, David (wee Davie), the youngest and dearly-beloved son of William and Sarah Beck. His remains were interred to-day (Monday), at 2.30 p.m., in Dundonald Burying-ground.
God has taken back our darling.
Placed our bud amongst His flowers;
Taken back the babe He lent us
To a better home than ours.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Father and Mother. WILLIAM AND SARAH BECK.

BOWMAN -- November 24, 1918, at her parents' residence, 73 Woodstock Road, Usilla, aged 20 years, second and dearly-beloved daughter of James and Usilla Bowman. Her remains will be removed from above address on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m., for interment in Ballygowan Churchyard. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Deeply regretted by her Father, Mother, Sisters, and Brothers. JAMES AND USILLA BOWMAN.

BOYD -- November 24, 1918, at his parents' residence, Dough, Howard, youngest son of John and Ellen Boyd. Funeral to Kilbride Burying-ground on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10 a.m. Friends will please accept this intimation.

BRADFORD -- November 23, 1918, at her son-in-law's residence, 11 Lower Rockview Street, Elizabeth, wife of the late Thomas Bradford. Her remains will be removed for interment in City Cemetery, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2 p.m. sharp. Friends will please accept this intimation. A.W. FERGUSON.

BROWN -- November 24, 1918, at his parents' residence, 36 Lorton Street, Samuel, youngest and dearly-beloved son of Samuel and Isabella Brown. His remains will be removed, for interment in Templepatrick Churchyard, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m. Friends will please accept this intimation. SAMUEL AND ISABELLA BROWN.

BROWN -- November 24, 1918, at her residence, 15 Dock Street, Mary, beloved wife of James Brown. Funeral on Wednesday, for interment in Mallusk Burying-ground. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Deeply regretted by her Husband and sorrowing Family.
New Zealand, Australian and American papers please copy.

BURROWS -- November 24, 1918, at Purdysburn Hospital, (the result of illness contracted at sea), Stephen Burrows (late R.M.L.I., H.M.S. Thunderer), the dearly-beloved husband of Charlotte Frances Burrows. Interment notice later.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife. CHARLOTTE F. BURROWS.

CALDWELL -- November 24, 1918, at Hospital, Lisburn Road, Barbara Caldwell, late of 128 Cupar Street. The remains of our beloved Sister will be removed from above institution on Wednesday, at 10.30 a.m., for interment in Shankill Graveyard. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Inserted by her loving Sisters, JANE M'MILLEN AND MARY RAINEY.

CAMPBELL -- November 24, 1918, at 35 Delhi Street, Beatrice Gwendoline (Gwennie), youngest daughter of Rebecca and the late Alexander Campbell. The remains of my dearly-loved daughter will be removed from above address for interment in the City Cemetery to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2 p.m. Friends will please accept this intimation. REBECCA CAMPBELL.

CAMPBELL -- November 24, 1918, at 35 Delhi Street, Gwennie, dearly-loved sister of David C. Campbell, 24 Fitzwilliam Street.

DERAMORE PURPLE STAR L.O.L. 819.
CHERRY -- Officers and Members of above Lodge are requested to attend the funeral of the wife and little child of their respected member, Br. Frank Cherry. Funeral to Knockbreda, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2 p.m.
JAMES GREER, D.M., WILLIAM JORDAN, Sec.

COLE -- November 22, 1918, at The Gardens, Hockley Lodge, Emily Elizabeth ("wee Emily"), second daughter of James and Agnes Cole.
Scotch papers please copy.

CRAIG -- November 24, 1918 (of pneumonia), at his residence, Benvista, Antrim Road, Belfast, Alex. Henry Craig, L.D.S. (Eng.) beloved and eldest son of Samuel Craig. Funeral on to-morrow (Tuesday), leaving at 11.30 a.m., for Dundonald. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.

DORNAN -- November 24, 1918, at her parents' residence, 41 Edenderry, Shaw's Bridge, Mary (wee May), the dearly-beloved daughter of James and Bella Dornan. Her remains will be removed from above address on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2 p.m., for interment in Drumbo Burying-ground. Friends will please accept this intimation.
She was a flower too fair for earth,
Sent here but for a while;
God marked her when He gave her birth,
And took her with a smile.
Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Father, Mother, and Brother.

DOWNEY -- November 24, 1918, at her residence, Broomhedge, Jane, beloved wife of John Downey. Funeral to family burying-ground, Magheragall Churchyard, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 1.30 p.m. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Husband and Family.

EDGAR -- November 24, 1918, at his residence, 179 Crimea Street, William James Edward, the dearly-beloved husband of Wilhelmina Edgar. Funeral on Wednesday morning, at 10 a.m., to City Cemetery.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Family.
At peace with God.
WILHELMINA EDGAR.

FINN -- November 23, 1918 (from influenza and pneumonia), at his father's residence, 19 Shipbuoy Street, Belfast, Thomas, eldest son of William and Annie Finn, late of 15th Batt. R.I.R. Funeral to City Cemetery at 2.30 p.m., on to-morrow (Tuesday), 26th inst., with military honours.
Deeply regretted by his Father, Mother, Sisters, and Brothers.

DONEGALL ROAD TOTAL ABSTINENCE L.O.L. 883
FINN -- Officers and Members of above Lodge are requested to attend the funeral of their late respected member Thomas Finn.
S.E. CAUL, Secretary.

CAVEHILL TEMPERANCE R.B.P. 81.
FINN -- The Officers and Members of above Preceptory are earnestly requested to attend the funeral of the late Sir Knight Thomas Finn.
THOMAS DAVIDSON, W.M., WILLIAM WILSON, Registrar.

BOILERMAKERS. -- BELFAST No. 2 BRANCH.
FINN -- The Members of above Branch are respectfully requested to attend the funeral of their late respected brother, Thomas Finn.
JAMES DOUGLAS, President, JOHN CUMMINS, Secretary.

GATENSBY -- November 24, 1918 (of pneumonia), at his residence, Millisle Road, Donaghadee, Lieut. Samuel Gatensby, 15th Royal Irish Rifles. Arriving City Cemetery, 4.45 p.m., 25th November.

GRANT -- November 24, 1918, at her residence, 243 Matilda Street, Annie, the dearly-beloved wife of Thomas Grant. Her remains will be removed from the above address, for interment in Hillsborough Churchyard, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10 a.m. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
Deeply regretted by her loving Husband. THOMAS GRANT.

GILLESPIE -- November 23, 1918, at his parents' residence, 62 Wilgar Street, Strandtown (suddenly, of pneumonia), George Collins, dearly-loved and eldest son of James and Elizabeth Gillespie. His remains will be removed from above address on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 12 o'clock, for interment in Killiney.
Art Thou my Father, when at last,
Upon the care of such a friend;
And only wish to do and be
Whatever seemeth good to Thee.
Art Thy my Father when at last,
When all my days on earth are past,
Send down and take me in Thy love,
To be Thy better child above.
Inserted by his loving Father and Mother, JAMES AND ELIZABETH GILLESPIE.

HALE -- November 23, 1918, at his father's residence, Mossley, Joseph Hale (Joe), the youngest and dearly-beloved son of Thomas and Mary Jane Hale. Funeral on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m., to Carnmoney Churchyard.
Gone to be with Christ, which is far better.
Inserted by his sorrowing Father, Mother, Brothers, and Sister.

HALE -- November 23, 1918, at his parents' residence, The Crescent, Mossley, Joseph Hale, dearly-beloved nephew of Jeanie and Christopher Trelford, 33 Southport Street. Deeply regretted.

HALE -- November 23, 1918, at his parents' residence, The Crescent, Mossley, Joseph Hale, dearly-beloved nephew of Rachel Ogle.
His end was peace.
Deeply regretted by his loving Aunt and Cousins, 28 Southport Street.

HALL -- November 25, 1918, at his parents' residence, 40 Bridge Street, Portadown, Charles James (Jim), youngest son of Mr. S. Hall, Railway Clerical Staff, and Mrs. Hall. Funeral to Seagoe Burying-ground, at 11.30 a.m., on Wednesday.

HARVEY -- November 24, 1918, at his parents' residence, 233 Crumlin Road, James, the youngest and dearly-beloved son of Thomas and Esther Harvey. His remains will be removed from the above address on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10 a.m., for interment in Dundonald Cemetery. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation. THOMAS AND ESTHER HARVEY.

HENDERSON -- November 24, 1918, at Handsworth, Birmingham (suddenly), Jenny (Eveline), beloved wife of J. B. Henderson, and second daughter of late Robert and Marion Neill, 48 Greenville Road, Bloomfield.
Deeply regretted by her Mother, Sister, and Brother-in-law. MARION AND WILLIAM GILLIES.

HENDERSON -- November 24, 1918, at Handsworth, Birmingham (suddenly), Jenny (Eveline), beloved wife of J. B. Henderson, and second daughter of late Robert and Marion Neill, 48 Greenville Road, Bloomfield.
Deeply regretted by her Sister and Brother-in-law. ADA AND FINLAY M'INTOSH, 48 Kensington Avenue.

HENDERSON -- November 24, 1918, at his parents' residence, 5 Pandora Street, Robert (Bobbie), youngest and dearly-beloved son of Alex. and Bessie Henderson. His remains will be removed from the above address, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m., for interment in City Cemetery. Friends will please accept this intimation. -- Deeply regretted.
"Suffer little children to come unto Me."
ALEX. AND BESSIE HENDERSON.

HENDERSON -- November 24, 1918, Thomas Henderson (suddenly), at Corporation Baths, Ligoniel. Funeral from his daughter's residence, 1 St. George's Terrace, Ballysillan, on to-morrow (Tuesday), 26th inst., at 2.30 p.m. MARY A. HENDERSON.

GEORGE ANDREWS MASONIC LODGE, No. 253.
HENDERSON -- The Officers and Brethren of the above and other Brethren are requested to attend the funeral of their late highly-esteemed brother, Thomas Henderson, P.M., P.P., J.G.D.
JAMES NOBLE, W.M., JOHN G. HARPUR, P.M., Secretary

THE GEORGE ANDREWS R. A. C. No. 258.
HENDERSON -- The Companions of above Chapter and other Companions are requested to attend the funeral of their late highly-esteemed Companion, Thomas Henderson, P. K.
JOHN M'DOWELL, E.K., WILLIAM M. M'DOWELL, P.K., Regr.

HENRY -- November 24, 1918, at his late residence, School Row, Monkstown, William, dearly-loved husband of Catherine Henry. His remains will be removed from above address on Wednesday, at 11 a.m. (by motor), for New Cemetery, Antrim.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife. CATHERINE HENRY.
Also his loving Mother, MARY HENRY, Brothers, Sister, and Brother-in-law.

HILL -- November 24, 1918, at his residence, 36 Stratheden Street, John Hill, the dearly-beloved husband of Margaret Hill. -- R.I.P. His remains will be removed from above address, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 1.30 p.m., for interment in Milltown Cemetery.
On his soul, sweet Jesus, have mercy.

HOUSTON -- November 24, 1918, at his father's residence, 10 Eia Street, William Renwick Houston, elder and dearly-loved son of John Houston. Funeral (by motor) to-morrow (Tuesday) morning, at 10 o'clock, for Old Kilraughts Burying-ground.- Deeply regretted.
"Behold I come quickly."
JOHN HOUSTON.

HUMPHREYS -- November 24, 1918, at Hospital, Lisburn Road, Susan, dearly-beloved wife of T. H. Humphreys, 19 Erin Street. Funeral from hospital on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10 a.m., to City Cemetery. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Deeply regretted, T. H. HUMPHREYS.

JACKSON -- November 24, 1918, at R.I.C. Barracks, Obin Street, Portadown, Margaret Jane (aged 2 years and 8 months), beloved daughter of Sergt. James and Lucinda Jackson. Her remains will be removed, for interment in Seagoe Burying-ground, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2 p.m.

JOHNSTON -- November 24, 1918, at her residence, 20 Ormeau Street, Eliza, dearly-beloved wife of the late Robert Johnston. Funeral on to-morrow (Tuesday) from the above address, at 10.30 a.m., to the City Cemetery. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Family.

KILPATRICK -- November 24, 1918, at her residence, 195 Nelson Street, Ann Jane Kilpatrick, the beloved wife of William Kilpatrick. Interment notice later.
Deeply regretted. WILLIAM KILPATRICK and Family.

KILPATRICK -- November 24, 1918, at her residence, 195 Nelson Street, Belfast, Ann Jane Kilpatrick, eldest daughter of the late John and Ann Bingham, and the beloved sister of Hugh Bingham. HUGH BINGHAM.

LOCKHART -- November 24, 1918, at her father's residence, 98 Snugville Street, Mary, the dearly-beloved infant daughter of Samuel and Margaret Lockhart. Funeral on to-morrow (Tuesday), to Mallusk at 2 p.m.
Sadly missed by her sorrowing Father and Mother. SAMUEL AND MARGARET LOCKHART.

MANN -- November 23, 1918, at his residence, 33 Aberdeen Street, Richard, the dearly-beloved husband of Mary Mann, late Fruiterer, of Shankill Road. His remains will be removed, for interment in Carnmoney Burying-ground, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m.
After 55 years of married life,
My heart will surely break;
His dear, kind face I will see no more
Till we meet on the Golden Shore.
Inserted by his Wife, MARY MANN.

MARKS -- November 14, 1918, Alfred Edwin Marks, W.T. Operator, British Aegean Squadron, youngest son of the late John and Anna Marks, Tandragee.
Deeply regretted by his Brothers and Sister Nina. FRED WM. MARKS.

MOORE -- November 24, 1918, at her residence, Tullymanous (Toye), Killyleagh, Jane Moore, last surviving daughter of the late James Moore, Esq. Funeral on Wednesday, 27th inst., at 2 p.m., for interment in the family burying-ground, First Presbyterian Church, Killyleagh. Friends will please accept this intimation. W. H. MARTIN.
Toronto and Melbourne papers please copy.

MURPHY -- November 23, 1918, at his residence, 157 Mayo Street (suddenly, from pneumonia), Robert, the dearly-beloved husband of Jeannie Murphy. His remains will be removed from above address on to-morrow (Tuesday), to the family burying-ground, Shankill, at 2.30 p.m. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
Dear husband for you I grieve,
My loss is hard to bear;
But for the little ones you leave behind,
For your dear sake I'll care.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Children. JEANNIE MURPHY.

MURPHY -- November 23, 1918 (suddenly, of pneumonia), at his residence, 157 Mayo Street, Robert, the dearly-beloved son of William and Annie Murphy. His remains will be removed from above address on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m., for interment in family burying-ground, Shankill.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Father, Mother, Sisters, and Brothers, also his Brother in France.

DUNCAIRN TEMPERANCE L.O.L. 924.
MURPHY -- Officers and Members of above Lodge are requested to attend the funeral of their late Brother, Robert Murphy.
H. WALLACE, W.M., THOMAS SMITH, Secty.

ST. GEORGE'S MASONIC LODGE, No. 166
MURPHY -- The Brethren of the above Lodge are requested to attend the funeral of their late highly-respected Brother, Robert Murphy.
ERNEST KIDD, W.M., JOS. ARMSTRONG, P.M., Secty.

ST. GEORGE'S R.A. CHAPTER, No. 166
MURPHY -- The Companions of the above Chapter are requested to attend the funeral of their late highly-respected Companion, Robert Murphy.
W. P. CAMPBELL, E.K., JOS. ARMSTRONG, P.K., Regr.

MURPHY -- November 24, 1918, at his father's residence, 34 Limestone Road, John Murphy. -- R.I.P. Funeral from above address on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10.30 a.m., for interment in Milltown Cemetery. Friends will please accept this intimation. JOHN MURPHY.

M'CLURE -- November 24, 1918, at her parents' residence, 30 Ruth Street, Muriel, only daughter of John and Lena M'Clure. Her remains will be removed from above address on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m., for interment in City Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted. JOHN M'CLURE.

M'CREA -- November 23, 1918, at the Hospital, Lisburn Road, Henry S., second and beloved son of Isabella and the late Henry M'Crea, 22 Somerset Street. His remains will be removed from his mother's address, for interment in Newtownbreda, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10.30 a.m. Friends will please accept this intimation. ISABELLA M'CREA.

M'CRACKEN -- November 24, 1918, at Dunover, Ballywalter, John M'Cracken. The remains of our dearly-beloved son will be removed for interment in Whitechurch Cemetery, on Wednesday afternoon at one o'clock. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation. HENRY AND RACHEL M'CRACKEN.

M'GRATH -- November 24, 1918, at her residence, 47 Lanark Street, Mary Jane, dearly-beloved wife of Sergeant M'Grath (late R.I.R.). Her remains will be removed from the above address on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 11 a.m., for interment in the family burying-ground, Dundonald. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Gone to be with Christ, which is far better.
Sadly missed by her loving Husband and two little Children. Also Mother and Sisters.
Deeply regretted by her Brother-in-law. JOHN M'GRATH, 16 Bromley Street.

M'LAUGHLIN -- November 23, 1918, at his residence, Main Street, Ballymoney, Captain Daniel M'Laughlin, aged 80 years. -- R.I.P. Funeral to St. Patrick's Burying-ground on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2 p.m.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Family.

M'NALLY -- November 24, 1918, at her residence, 21 Ardilea Street, Margaret, dearly-beloved wife of John M'Nally. -- R.I.P. Funeral from above address on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2 p.m., for interment in Milltown Cemetery. Friends will please accept this intimation. JOHN M'NALLY.

M'VEIGH -- November 25, 1918, at her father's residence, 39 Newington Avenue. Edith, third and dearly-beloved daughter of Hugh B. M'Veigh. Funeral to City Cemetery on Wednesday, at 2.30 p.m. H.B. M'VEIGH.

NEELY -- November 23, 1918, (of pneumonia), at the R.I.C. Barracks, Ballymote, Co. Sligo, Constable Matthew R. Neely, aged 22 years, youngest and dearly-beloved son of William and Isabella Neely, Gortan, Churchill, Co. Donegal. Interred to-day (Monday), at 1 p.m., in family burying-ground, Churchill. WILLIAM AND ISABELLA NEELY.

NEILD -- November 23, 1918 (following septic pneumonia), at the Union Infirmary, Josephine Neild (Nurse), daughter of John C. and Thomasina Neild, Dundalk, and 431 Ormeau Road. Funeral private.
Deeply regretted by her Parents, Brothers, and Sisters.

NELSON -- November 24, 1918, at his grandparents' residence, 22 Auburn Street, William George, the dearly-beloved and youngest son of John and Susan Nelson. His remains will be removed, for interment in Carnmoney New Cemetery, on Wednesday, at 10 a.m.
Safe in the arms of Jesus.
Deeply regretted by his Father and Mother, JOHN AND SUSAN NELSON.

NELSON -- November 24, 1918, at his grandparents' residence, 22 Auburn Street, William George, the dearly-loved and youngest son of John and Susan Nelson. His remains will be removed from the above address on Wednesday, at 10 a.m., for interment in Carnmoney New Cemetery.
"Suffer little children to come unto Me."
Inserted by his loving Grandfather and Grandmother. WILLIAM AND MARY PEARSON.
Also his loving Uncles, WILLIAM AND GEORGE PEARSON. 22 Auburn Street.

NUGENT -- November 24, 1918, at her residence, 11 Holborn Avenue, Bangor (suddenly from pneumonia), Maggie (Daisy Preston), the dearly-beloved wife of James Nugent. Her remains will be removed from above address on to-morrow (Tuesday), 26th inst., at 10 a.m., for interment in Dromore Churchyard at 1.30 p.m., funeral passing Queen's Bridge at 11.30 a.m.
"I waited for the Lord my God."
Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Husband, Father and Mother, Brothers and Sisters.

POLLOCK -- November 24, 1918, at her residence, Ballyfotherly, Jane Pollock. Funeral to Donaghadee Churchyard, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2 p.m. JOHN POLLOCK.

ROBINSON -- November 23, 1918, at Oban (of influenza), Bob, the dearly-loved son of John Robinson.- R.I.P. His remains will be removed from 4 Moyola Street, on Wednesday, at 11 a.m., for interment in Milltown Cemetery. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Inserted by his sorrowing Father.

ROBSON -- November 25, 1918, at Cunningburn, Newtownards, Jane Robson. The remains of my beloved mother will be removed, for interment in the family burying-ground, Movilla, on Wednesday, at 1 p.m. THOMAS ROBSON.

ROSBOTHAM -- November 24, 1918, at Avis-Dene, Lansdowne Road, Belfast, John Houston (Jackie), youngest son of John Rosbotham. Interment notice later.

ROSS -- November 24, 1918, at his parents' residence, 25 Elgin Street, Samuel, the third and dearly-beloved son of Charles and Mary Ross. Funeral strictly private owing to other members of the family being ill.

RUSSELL -- November 24, 1918, at her residence, 21 Ambleside Street, Margaret Jane, widow of the late George Russell, Colour-Sergeant, 2nd Devons, and mother of the late Private Thos. Russell, R.I.R., killed in action. Her remains will be removed from above address, for interment in Carnmoney Burying-ground, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10 a.m.
Inserted by her sorrowing Daughters.

TATE -- November 24, 1918, at the residence of his aunt, Ballymurphy Cottage, Whiterock Road, John, only and dearly-beloved son of James and Sarah Tate. His remains will be removed on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 3 p.m., for interment in Shankill Burying-ground.
"Forever with the Lord."
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Father, Sister, and Aunt, JAMES TATE.

ANDERSONSTOWN L.O.L. 673.
TATE -- Members of above Lodge are requested to attend the funeral of their late Brother, John Tate.
D. J. M'CANN, W.M., JOHN BOYLE, Secretary.

ANDERSONSTOWN FLUTE BAND.
TATE -- members of the above Band are requested to attend the funeral of their late esteemed Member, John Tate.
R. COATES, Hon. Secretary.

TAYLOR -- November 23, 1918 (suddenly), at his father's residence, The Cottages, Ballyrobert, Alexander M'Dowell, youngest and dearly-beloved son of Herbert and Jeanie Taylor. His remains will be removed on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10 a.m., for interment in Bangor New Cemetery. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
He was a flower too fair for earth,
Sent here for a little while;
God marked him when He gave him birth,
And took him with a smile.
HERBERT AND JEANIE TAYLOR.

TAYLOR -- November 23, 1918, at the residence of her parents, 31 Earl Street, Maisie, the dearly-beloved daughter of Thomas and Agnes Taylor. Her remains will be removed from above address, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10.30 a.m., for interment in City Cemetery. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation. THOMAS AND AGNES TAYLOR.

TAYLOR -- A tribute of love and respect to the memory of Maisie, who died on 23rd November, 1918.
"Though death divides, fond memories cling."
Deeply regretted by her two Friends, EDIE AND ISOBEL.

DIAMOND TOTAL ABSTINANCE L.O.L. 688.
TAYLOR -- Members of above Lodge are requested to attend the funeral of the daughter of their esteemed Brother, Thomas Taylor, P.M.
A. ROBB, W.M., D.J. HYDE, Secretary.

WM. JOHNSTON MEMORIAL TOTAL ABSTINENCE R.B.P. 575.
TAYLOR -- Members of above Preceptory are requested to attend the funeral of the daughter of their respected Sir Knight and Brother, Thomas Taylor, P.M.
JAMES BEATTIE, W.M., R. SWEENEY, Registrar.

THOMPSON -- November 25, 1918, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast, Robert, second son of Elizabeth and the late John Young Thompson. Funeral from his mother's residence, 26 Bachelor's Walk Lisburn for interment in Lisburn Cemetery, on Wednesday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Deeply regretted by his Mother, Sister, and Brothers.

VANCE -- November 24, 1918, at the Hospital, Lisburn Road, Emily Vance. Her remains will be removed from above institution, for interment in City Cemetery, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10 a.m. Friends will please accept this intimation.
JANE VANCE, 19 Liffey Street.

WALKER -- November 23, 1918, at Royal Victoria Hospital, William Walker. Funeral on to-morrow (Tuesday), from his late residence, Rathcoole, Park Avenue, Strandtown, at 2.30 p.m., to Newtownbreda Burying-ground. MARGARET A. WALKER.

AMALGAMATED SOCIETY OF CARPENTERS AND JOINERS -- BELFAST 9th BRANCH.
WALKER -- Members of above Branch and other Members are requested to attend the funeral of the late Br. Wm. Walker.
GEORGE FLEMING, President. WM. CARSON, Secretary.

BELFAST DISTRICT MANAGING COMMITTEE, AMALGAMATED SOCIETY OF CARPENTERS, CABINETMAKERS, JOINERS, AND GENERAL UNION.
WALKER -- Members of above Societies are requested to attend the funeral of their late esteemed Brother, Wm. Walker (formerly Organiser for this District).
JOHN SCOTT, President. CHAS. MILLAR, Secretary.

NORTH BELFAST I.L.P.
WALKER -- Members of above Branch are requested to attend the funeral of their late Comrade, William Walker, J.P.
SAM KYLE.

WALKER -- November 23, 1918, at her parents' residence, 41 Lorton Street (of pneumonia), Martha, eldest and dearly-beloved daughter of Stewart and Ann Maria Walker. Funeral from above address on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m., for interment in Shankill Burying-ground. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
A light is from our household gone,
A voice we loved is still.
Deeply regretted.

WAUGH -- November 25, 1918, at his father-in-law's residence, 9 Pottinger Street, James Halliday Waugh, beloved husband of Bella Waugh (late of Portallo Street). Funeral to Dundonald Cemetery, at 3 p.m., on Wednesday.
Deeply regretted by his Wife, Daughter, and little Son.

WILSON -- November 23, 1918, at the residence of her son-in-law, 94 North Parade (of pneumonia), Ellen, the dearly-beloved wife of Robert Wilson. Her remains will be removed for interment in Dundonald Cemetery, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 12 o'clock noon. Friends will please accept this intimation. ROBERT WILSON.

WILSON -- November 24, 1918, at The Firs, Kennigo, Loughgall, Co. Armagh, William John, the beloved husband of Eva May Wilson. Funeral on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2 p.m., to Loughgall Churchyard.

WILSON -- November 24, 1918, at The Firs, Kennigo, Loughgall, Co. Armagh, William John, the beloved son of Thompson Maure and Frances S. Wilson, The Elms, Victoria Road, Sydenham, Belfast.

ALLEN -- November 25, 1918, at his father's residence, 3 Elswick Street, Samuel, the third and dearly-loved son of Hugh D. and Annie Allen. His remains will be removed for interment in Comber New Cemetery, on Wednesday, at 2 p.m. Friends will please accept this intimation. HUGH D. AND ANNIE ALLEN.

BELL -- November 25, 1918, at his father's residence, 53 Jersey Street, William, dearly-beloved son of William Bell. His remains will be removed from above address on Wednesday, at 2.30 p.m., for interment in the City Cemetery. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Inserted by his loving Father and Aunts.
Also his Sister and Brother.

BETTY -- November 25, 1918, at 1 Carsonville, Lisburn Road, Jane Betty, formerly of Lisburn. Funeral Private.

CAMPBELL -- November 24, 1918, at her residence, 121 Hillman Street, Belfast, Mary (Minnie) only daughter of the late J.G. Campbell (Marine Engineering tutor). Her remains will be removed for interment in Milltown Cemetery, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 1.30 p.m. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
Inserted by her sorrowing Brothers.

CURRY -- November 25, 1918, at his residence, 122 Park Row, Portadown, James Curry (late Carriage and Waggon Inspector, G.N.R.). Interment notice later.

FOWLER -- November 23, 1918, at 63 Penrith Street, Isabella, dearly-beloved daughter of John and the late Eliza Fowler. Interred to-day (Monday), in the City Cemetery, at 11.30 a.m.
Deeply regretted by her Father and Uncles; also her Brother, M.J. CHERRY (the latter on active service).

FOWLER -- November 24, 1918, at her residence, 59 Ambleside Street, Jane, the dearly-beloved mother of Nellie Fowler. Her remains will be removed from the above address on Wednesday, at 12.30, for interment in City Cemetery. Friends will please accept this intimation.

GILLILAND -- November 24, 1918, at her residence, 2 Rosewood Street, Jane Isabella, relict of the late James Gilliland. Funeral to City Cemetery, on Wednesday, at 2.30 p.m. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Inserted by her sorrowing Daughters. Also her Mother. JANE M'CULLAGH

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHABITES. STAR OF STRANDTOWN TENT. No. 2823.
GILLESPIE -- Members of the above Tent and of the Order are requested to attend the funeral of their late Brother, George Gillespie.
THOMAS TELFORD, District Chief Ruler. DUNCAN KIRKWOOD, District Secretary.

GORDON -- November 24, 1918, at Mr. J. Armstrong's residence, 45 Meadow Street, William Jackson, the dearly-beloved husband of Julia Gordon. His remains will be removed from above address on Wednesday, at 11 a.m., for interment in City Cemetery.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Son. JULIA AND WILLIE GORDON.

LIGONIEL TRUE BLUES No. 1932.
HENDERSON -- The Officers and Members of above Lodge are requested to attend the funeral of the father of their highly-esteemed Brother, Private John Henderson.
G. KIRKWOOD, W.M., R. GORDON, Secretary

MONKSTOWN FOOTBALL CLUB
HENRY -- The Members of above Club are requested to attend the funeral of their late respected Chairman, Mr. William Henry.
T. DUFF, Captain. S.H. M'CLEMENTS, Secretary.

HURST -- November 24, 1918, at the residence of her father, Earlsleigh Villa, Kincora Avenue, Belfast, Margaret (Madge), the beloved wife of John E. Hurst, Elsinore, Dromore, County Down. Funeral on Wednesday, at 10 a.m., for interment in the City Cemetery.

KIRKPATRICK -- November 24, 1918, at his parents' residence 69 Crosscollyer Street, Robert, youngest and dearly-beloved son of James and Margaret Kirkpatrick. His remains will be removed from the above address on Wednesday, at 10 a.m., to City Cemetery. Friends will please accept this intimation.
"Fear not," methought He whispered,
"Thy bud shall be restored,
"I take it but to plant it
"In the garden of the Lord."
Then bade me not to sorrow
As those who hopeless weep,
For he whom God hath taken,
And He who took can keep.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Parents. JAMES AND MARGARET KIRKPATRICK.

LARGEY -- November 23, 1918, at her residence, 10 California Street, Margaret, relict of the late Thomas Largey. -- R.I.P. Her remains will be removed from above address, for interment in Milltown Cemetery, an to-morrow (Tuesday), at 1.30 p.m.
Deeply regretted by her Daughter and Son-in-law. MARY A. AND JAMES M'COTTER

MITCHELL -- November 25, 1918, at 75 Lower Windsor Avenue, Mary Ann, beloved wife of William Mitchell. Funeral to City Cemetery, on Wednesday, at 2.30 p.m. WILLIAM MITCHELL.

MURRAY -- November 23, 1918, at her father's residence, 20 Medway Street, Alidia, youngest and dearly-beloved daughter of James and Mary Ann Murray. Her remains will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, Comber on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m. Friends will please accept this intimation.
An Angel took my child away,
Yet I will not repine;
For Jesus on His bosom wears
The flower that once was mine.
Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Father, Mother, Brothers, and Sisters. Also Aunt Maria.

SPRINGFIELD FOOTBALL CLUB.
MURPHY -- The Players and Members of the above Club are requested to attend the funeral of their respected Treasurer, Robert Murphy.
W.H. STEWART, Chairman. WILLIAM JOHN SIMPSON, Secretary.

M'FADDEN -- November 23, 1918, at his father's residence, 1 Wimbledon Street, Belfast, Robert Russell (Bob), the only and dearly-loved son of Alexr. S. and Mary M'Fadden. His remains will be removed from above address on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 11 a.m., for interment in City Cemetery. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
Driver ALEXR. S. AND MARY M'FADDEN.

M'PHEDRAL -- October 16, 1918 (suddenly), at her residence, Canada, Annie, youngest daughter of the late William Craig, 5 Daisyvale Terrace, Bloomfield.
JAMES AND EVA CRAIG, Princetown Terrace, Bangor.

O'NEILL -- November 23, 1918, at the Hospital, Lisburn Road, Catherine O'Neill (late of 86 Lepper Street. -- R.I.P. Interment in Milltown Cemetery.
Inserted by W.J. and E. MARSHALL, 79 Parkmount Street, Belfast.

POWER -- November 24, 1918, Josephine, the dearly-beloved wife of Laurence Power, 49 Kilronan Street. Funeral to Milltown Cemetery, on Thursday, at 11 a.m.- R.I.P..

ROBINSON -- November 23, 1918, at the residence of her brother, 47 Collyer Street, Henrietta, dearly-beloved wife of James Robinson. Funeral on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m., to City Cemetery. Friends will please accept this intimation.- Deeply regretted. JAMES ROBINSON.

ROBINSON -- November 23, 1918, at her residence, 47 Collyer Street, Henrietta, dearly-beloved sister of John and James Patience. Funeral on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m., to City Cemetery. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Deeply regretted by her loving Brothers, JOHN AND JAMES PATIENCE.

ROCKS -- November 24, 1918, at her parents' residence, 2 Alaska Street, Annie, the eldest and dearly-loved daughter of Henry and Matilda Rocks. Funeral from above address on Wednesday, at 2.30 p.m., to City Cemetery. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Safe in the arms of Jesus,
Safe on His gentle breast.
Deeply regretted. HENRY AND MATILDA ROCKS.

RUSH -- November 24, 1918, at her residence, 2 Ross Street (suddenly), Catherine, beloved wife of Denis Rush, and daughter of the late Richard Evans, Cattle Dealer. -- R.I.P. Her remains will be removed from the above address, for interment in Hannahstown Cemetery, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 1.30 p.m.
On her soul, sweet Jesus, have mercy.
DENIS RUSH.
Canadian papers please copy.

STAFFORD -- November 25, 1918, at his parents' residence, 35 Churchill Street, Samuel George, youngest and dearly-beloved son of James and Isabella Stafford. Funeral private. Deeply regretted.

STEELE -- November 24, 1918, at his parents' residence, Poobles, Moira, William Johnston, dearly-loved infant son of Private Walter and Matilda Steele. His remains will be removed on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 12 o'clock (per motor), for interment in City Cemetery, Belfast.
"Of such is the kingdom of Heaven."
W. AND M. STEELE (the former serving with the colours).

STEVENSON -- November 23, 1918, at her late residence, 64 Brigst [Bright] Street, Maria Stevenson. The remains of our dearly-beloved mother will be removed for interment in City Cemetery on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
We cannot, Lord, Thy purpose see,
But all is well that's done by Thee.
Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Family; also her Son-in-law, CHARLES M'ALLISTER, and Grandchild (the latter on active service).

STEVENSON -- November 23, 1918, at 64 Bright Street, Maria Stevenson. The remains of our beloved mother will be removed for interment in City Cemetery, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
Deeply regretted by her loving Daughter and Son-in-law and Family. LIZZIE AND WILLIAM WHITLEY (the latter on active service).

STEVENSON -- November 23, 1918, at 64 Bright Street, Maria Stevenson. The remains of our dearly-beloved mother will be removed, for interment in the City Cemetery, on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
Deeply regretted by her loving Daughter, MARGARET E., widow of the late Sergt. WILLIAM GRAY. Also two little Grandchildren. 62 Bright Street.

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHABITES. ST. PAUL'S TENT, No. 1631.
TAYLOR -- Members of the above Tent and of the Order are requested to attend the funeral of their late Sister, Maisie Taylor.
THOMAS TELFORD, District Chief Ruler. DUNCAN KIRKWOOD, District Secretary.

THOMPSON -- November 25, 1918, at Mooreville, Antrim Road, Minnie Edgar (Ball), the beloved wife of Rev. Samuel Thompson. Funeral to City Cemetery on Wednesday, at 12 o'clock noon.

ST. GEORGE MASONIC LODGE, No. 267
THOMPSON -- The Members of above Lodge and other Brethren are requested to attend the funeral of their late respected Brother, Robert Thompson.
W.J. LANE, W.M., JOHN ELLIS, P.M., Secretary.

Thanks

Mr. and Mrs. CHAPMAN and Daughter desire to return their sincere thanks to the many kind friends who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement, especially the workers of the Ulster Weaving Company and the members of Fountainville Bible Class for their beautiful wreath and floral tribute.
Hoping this will be accepted by all.
63 Blythe Street.

ROBERT DOUGLAS wishes to thank the personal friends of the late John M'Donald, also his fellow-workmen for their beautiful wreaths; also the officers and members of R.A.O.B. Lord Kitchener Lodge 217, G.L.E., Ltd., for their kind letter of sympathy. Hoping this will be accepted by all.
13 Belmont Avenue West, Strandtown.

Mr. and Mrs. DUNN desire to express their sincere thanks to the many kind friends who sympathised with them in their recent bereavement; also to those who sent floral tributes and kind letters of condolence. We also gratefully acknowledge the beautiful wreaths sent by the employees of T.R. Lavery's Hemstitching Works, Newtownards. Hoping this acknowledgment will be accepted by all.
21 Bow Street, Donaghadee.

Mr. MARKS desires to thank all those who sympathised with him in his sad bereavement, especially to those who sent floral tributes. Trusting this will be accepted by all.
30 Rosewood Street.

Mr. M'FETRICH and Family desire to express their sincere thanks to the many kind friends who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement; also those who sent floral tributes and letters of condolence, especially the neighbours for their kindness and beautiful wreaths; also the members of Woodvale C.C. and Tennis Clubs, and members of B.C.C. Women's Guild, Central Branch. Hoping this will be accepted by all. -- 7 Glencairn Street.

Mr. and Mrs. M'WILLIAMS desire to express their heartfelt thanks to the many kind friends and neighbours who sympathised with them in the loss of their dear daughter, especially the girls of the winding and warping department of Brookfield Factory for their beautiful wreath; also letters of condolence. Trusting this will be accepted by all.
12 Legmail Street, Ballysillan.

Mr. A. OFFICER and Son desire to thank the many kind friends who sympathised with them in their recent bereavement; also those who sent floral tributes. Hoping this will be accepted by all. -- 20 Blythe Street.

Mr. and Mrs. SMYTH desire to return their sincere thanks to the many friends and neighbours who sympathised with them in the loss of their dear daughter, and other friends for their beautiful wreaths; also letters of condolence. Trusting this will be accepted by all. -- 67 Egmont Street.

Mr. P. WALKER and Family desire to express their sincere thanks to the many kind friends who sympathised with them in their recent double bereavement; also those who sent floral tributes and letters of condolence; also the neighbours and children for their kindness and beautiful wreaths; also the members of Queen's Island Mutual Aid Society, the leading hands and drilling department, and officers and members of L.O.L. 2046, and Messrs. Douglas & Green. Hoping this will be accepted by all. -- 48 Upper Meadow Street.

Mrs. F. COE WILSON and Family desire to return their sincere thanks to the many kind friends who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement; also to those who sent floral tributes. -- 149 Donegall Street.

In Memoriam

BELL -- In fond and loving memory of my dear grandson, David Bell, who departed this life on the 25th November, 1917, and was interred in Carnmoney. -- "Peace, perfect peace."
Inserted by his Grandmother, JANE M'ILHERNE, 42 Bentinck Street.

BERTIE -- In loving memory of my chum, Wm. P. Bertie, who died at Alness on 25th November, 1916. -- Gone, but not forgotten.
Inserted by W.R. (on active service).

CONNOLLY -- In affectionate remembrance of my dear father, Hugh Scott Connolly, who departed this life on November 25, 1917, and was interred in City Cemetery on November 28.
HARRY CONNOLLY, 154 Manor Street.

FALOON -- In fond and loving memory of my dear son, Thomas Faloon (Tom), who departed this life on November 25, 1915, and was interred in Dundonald Cemetery.
When to the graveyard's low retreat my near attention led,
I walk with slow and conscious feet above his peaceful head.
He sleeps while others sigh.
Ever remembered by his Mother, Mrs. M'ALLISTER. Also his Brother, WILLIAM FALOON. 47 Linwood Street.

HILL -- In loving memory of our dear father, James Hill, who died on 25th November, 1908, and was interred in family burying-ground, Megaberry.
Until the day break and the shadows flee away.
Inserted by his Family. 147 Old Lodge Road.

HOUSTON -- In loving remembrance of our dear mother, Eleanor Houston, who died on 24th November, 1917, and was interred in Dundonald Churchyard.
Sadly missed by her Daughters and Grandchildren,
12 Marlborough Avenue.

For King And Country

KELLY -- Private John Kelly, 31st Batt. M.G.C. (attached H.Q.), killed by shell on 29th October, 1918, eldest son of William and Jane Kelly. -- Deeply regretted.
11 Perth Street.

KERR -- No. 15072 Rifleman Alexander (Alec) Kerr, 12th Royal Irish Rifles, killed in action in the advance through Belgium on October 25, 1918 the second and much-loved son of Elizabeth and the late Robert Kerr.
Greater love hath no man than this than he who gives his life for his friends.
Thy will be done.
Deeply mourned by his sorrowing Mother, Sisters, and Brother. ELIZABETH KERR. 28 Linview Street.

KERR -- No. 15072 Rifleman Alexander (Alec) Kerr, 12th Royal Irish Rifles, killed in action in the advance through Belgium on October 25, 1918, the second and much-loved son of Elizabeth and the late Robert Kerr.
Peace, perfect peace.
Deeply regretted by his Brothers, Lance-Corporal ROBERT KERR, R.M.L.I., and SAMUEL KERR, Royal Navy.

KERR -- Killed in action on October 25, 1918, in the advance through Belgium, No. 15072 Rifleman Alexander Kerr, 12th Royal Irish Rifles, the second and dearly-beloved son of Elizabeth and the late Robert Kerr.
Deeply regretted by his loving Brother and Sister-in-law, JOHN AND EMILY KERR, 18 Blackwater Street.

KERR -- Killed in action on October 26, 1918, in the advance through Belgium, No. 15072 Rifleman Alexander Kerr, 12th Royal Irish Rifles, the second and dearly-beloved son of Elizabeth and the late Robert Kerr.
We pictured his safe returning,
And longed to clasp his hand,
But God has postponed the meeting,
It will be in the better land.
Deeply mourned by his loving Uncle and Aunt, THOMAS AND JENNIE GARDINER, 81 Britannic Street.

KIRK -- Died (of pneumonia) in Germany on the 25th May, 1918, Rifleman Mathew Kirk (6518), Royal Irish Rifles.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Aunt and Cousins.
M. PHILPOT. 10 Coyle Street, Ormeau Road.

KIRK -- Died (of pneumonia) in Germany on the 25th May, 1918, Rifleman Mathew Kirk, (6518), Royal Irish Rifles.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Brother (on active service). JAMES KIRK.

ROONEY -- October 28, 1918, killed in action, 17703 Bombardier James Rooney, R.G.A., and was buried in the Tainlegnies Cemetery, Belgium -- R.I.P.
Oh Immaculate Heart of Mary,
Your prayers on him extol;
Sweet sacred heart of Jesus
Have mercy on his soul.
On his soul, sweet Jesus, have mercy.
Dear husband, for you I grieve,
My loss is hard to bear;
But for the little ones you left behind
For your dear sake I'll care.
Deeply regretted and sadly missed by his Wife and two little Daughters, 59 Sheriff Street; also, his Father-in-law, Mother-in-law, and Brother-in-law (the latter on active service).

ROONEY -- 17703 Bdr. James Rooney, R.G.A., killed in action on the 28th October, 1918, and was buried in Tainlegnies Cemetery, Belgium. -- R.I.P.
O! Immaculate Heart of Mary,
Your prayers on him extol,
Sweet Sacred Heart of Jesus,
Have mercy on his soul.
He sleeps not in his native land,
But under foreign skies;
Far away from those who loved him
In a hero's grave he lies.
We pictured his safe returning,
And longed for to clasp his hand;
But God has postponed the meeting --
We will meet in the Better Land.
Loved by all who knew him.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Father and Mother, Sisters and Brothers and Brothers-in-law. -- 51 Sheriff Street.
English and Canadian papers please copy.

ROONEY -- 17703 Bdr. James Rooney, R.G.A., killed in action on the 28th October, 1918, and was buried in Tainlegnies Cemetery, Belgium. -- R.I.P.
Oh, Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on his soul.
Died at his post of duty,
Cold is his gallant heart;
But God has so ordained it,
The best of friends must part.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Brother and Sister-in-law.
THOMAS AND MINNIE ROONEY. 63 Newtownards Road.

STEWART -- October 25, 1918, killed in action, No. 3548 Rifleman Bryce Stewart, 12th Battalion, R.I.R.
We have lost him we who loved him,
But like others must be brave;
For we know what he is lying
In a British soldier's grave.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Child, MARGARET AND ANNIE STEWART; also, his Father-in-Law and two Brothers-in-Law (latter two on active service).

OUR HEROES -- IN MEMORIAM.

GIHON -- In sad and loving memory of our dear son, Lance-Corporal James Henry Gihon (11944), 15th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles, who died on the 25th November, 1916, from wounds received in action and was interred in the City Cemetery, Belfast.
I often think of days that's gone,
I love to speak his name;
In life I loved him very dear,
In death I do the same.
Ever remembered by his loving Mother and Stepfather.
ELLEN JANE AND JAMES SWAN. 19 Wensley Street.

GIHON -- In sad and loving memory of our dear brother, Lance-Corporal James Henry Gihon (11944), 15th Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles, who died on the 25th November, 1916, from wounds received in action, and was interred in the City Cemetery, Belfast.
There is a link that death cannot sever,
Love and remembrance last forever.
Deeply regretted by his loving Brother and Sister-in-law.
WILLIAM JOHN AND MARGARET GIHON. 24 Wensley Street.

GIHON -- In sad and loving memory of our dear brother, Lance-Corporal James Henry Gihon, (11944), 15th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles, who died on the 25th November, 1916, from wounds received in action, and was interred in the City Cemetery, Belfast.
Two years ago a gentle message
Summoned our dear James home
To depart and be with Jesus,
And he answered, Lord, I come.
Sadly missed by his Sister and Brother-in-law,
ALICE AND RICHARD BRIERS; also his Nephews, RICHARD AND JAMES HENRY. 15 Wensley Street.

LYDDALL -- In loving memory of my dear husband, Lance-Corpl. Herbert Lyddall (No. 8635), 2nd Royal Sussex Regiment, missing since 25th November, 1917, officially reported killed on that date.
Worthy of true respect was he
From those he leaves behind;
A better husband never lived,
Not one more true or kind.
Ever remembered by his loving Wife and five little Children
JEANIE LYDDALL. 59 Lavinia Street, Belfast.
English and Australian papers please copy.

LYDDALL -- In loving memory of my dear brother, Lance-Corporal Herbert Lyddall No. 8635, 2nd Royal Sussex Regiment, missing since 25th November, 1917, officially reported killed.
He sleeps not in his native land,
But under foreign skies;
Far away from those who loved him,
In a hero's grave he lies.
Deeply regretted by his loving Brother-in-law and Sister-in-law.
THOMAS AND EVELYN MILLAR. 59 Lavinia Street.

LYDDALL -- In loving memory of my dear son-in-law, Lance-Corporal Herbert Lyddall (No. 8635), 2nd Royal Sussex Regiment, missing since 25th November, 1917, officially reported killed.
I pictured his safe returning,
And longed to clasp his hand,
But God has postponed the meeting,
It will be in the better land.
Deeply regretted by his Father-in-law and Mother-in-law and three Brothers-in-law (one of the latter on active service)
JAMES AND MARY BROWN. 59 Lavinia Street.

STOTT -- In loving memory of our dear son, Miles Stott, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, who died of wounds received in action at the Battle of Cambrai, 24th November, 1917.
"Cherished memories no joys can ever fill."
Ever remembered by his loving Father, Mother, Grandmother, Sisters, and Brothers. 19a Donegall Pass; also his Sister and Brother-in-law,
W. AND A. M'DOWELL, 37 Reid Street.

WALKER -- In ever loving memory of our dear son, Lance-Corporal John Walker, No. 135, R.I.R., who fell in action on the 24th November, 1917, at Cambrai.
Why should we mourn for you, dear son,
When we know you died so brave,
And now you are lying so far away from home
In a British soldier's grave.
Inserted by Father, Mother, Sister, and Brother, JAMES (the latter on active service).
23 North Ann Street.

WALKER -- In loving memory of my dear brother, Lance-Corporal John Walker, No. 135, R.I. Rifles, killed in action at Cambrai on the 24th November, 1917.
He will never be forgotten,
Never will his memory fade,
Sweetest thoughts will ever linger
Out in France where he is laid.
Inserted by his loving Sister and Brother-in-law.
ANNIE AND THOMAS JAMISON.
Also his loving Uncle and Aunt,
JOHN AND ANNIE WALKER. 154 Nelson Street.

WALKER -- In loving memory of my dear brother, Lance-Corporal John Walker, No. 135, R.I. Rifles, killed in action on the 24th November, 1917, at Cambrai.
We did not clasp your hand, dear brother
Your face we did not see,
We were not there to say good-bye,
But we will remember thee.
Inserted by his loving Sister and Brother-in-law,
MINNIE AND W.J. SMYTH. 23 Upper Meadow Street.

WILSON -- In loving memory of my dear husband, 16066 Rifleman Edward Wilson, 10th Battalion, R.I.R., died of wounds received at the Battle of Cambrai on the 24th November, 1917.
This day brings back to my memory,
A loved one who has gone to his rest,
And I who mourn for him to-night
Am the one who loved him best,
He fell at his post like a soldier brave
He answered his Master's call,
He sleeps far away in a hero's grave,
For his country's cause he did die.
Ever remembered by his loving Wife, MARGARET WILSON
17 K---?---are Street; also his Sister-in-law and Brother-in-law, Sergeant-Major and Mrs. J.H. BALL, Private THOMAS BATEMAN, Sapper J. BATEMAN (two of the latter on active service)

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FREEDOM OF SCHLESWIG.

An Exchange Washington message stated that the freedom of Schleswig-Holstein will be one of Wilson's specific demands at the Peace Conference table.

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RED CROSS MATINEE.

The Red Cross will be benefited by an attractive matinee at Belfast Opera House to-morrow (Tuesday), at two o'clock. A performance of "A Midsummer Night's Dream," Shakespeare's play, and with the complete music of Mendelssohn and others, will be given. Madame Gertrude Drinkwater has organised the pmusial portion, and the dramatic element is under Mr. S.A. Bullock's direction, the whole cast being local.

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SWEETHEARTS FOR CANADA.

The first party of sweethearts who have been engaged to Overseas men for two years will leave for Canada immediately.

Fifty letters have been received by the Salvation Army from sweethearts and other women who want to emigrate. Hundreds are registered as ready to start at the first opportunity. The majority are war widows.

Women are anxious to go not only to Canada and Australia, but also to the United States.

The Salvation Army has gathered £70,000 of the proposed fund of £200,000 for the emigration of widows and other women. The Army stands by the woman until she and her family are successfully absorbed in the life of the country to which she goes.

The machinery is ready overseas for dealing with women who come from this country. A chain of hostels stretches through Canada, where the new-comers are received. They also take the place of Employment Bureaux.

On Australia the Army has reception hotels. The women will go in conducted parties as soon as shipping space is available.

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FIELD OF BATTLE MONUMENT

TO THE FALLEN OF THE ULSTER DIVISION.

SECOND LIST OF SUBSCRIPTIONS.

Amount previously acknowledged £1,484 12 0
(Less amount printed in error) 8 0 0
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  £1,476 12 0
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gaffikin, King's Castle, Ardglass, Co. Down 100 0 0
Messrs. J. J. & S. Cunningham, Glencairn, Belfast 100 0 0
Henry Musgrave, Esq., D. L., Drumglass House, Belfast 100 0 0
Sir Thomas Dixon, Bart., J. P., Drumadarragh, Doagh, Co. Antrim 100 0 0
W. J. M'Geagh MacCaw, Esq., M. P., 103 Eaton Square, London, S.W.1 100 0 0
Colonel R. H. Wallace, C. B., D. L., Myra Castle, Downpatrick 50 0 0
Sir Robert and Lady Anderson, Parkmount, Belfast 25 0 0
Colonel John M'Cance, J. P., Knocknagoney, Strandtown, Belfast 25 0 0
John Carson, Esq., Carnalea House, Crawfordsburn, Co. Down 25 0 0
The Misses Gregg, Glenbrook, Castlereagh, Co. Down 21 0 0
Mrs. C. Johnston, 43 High Street, Lurgan 20 0 0
Proprietors "Belfast Evening Telegraph," Royal Avenue, Belfast 10 10 0
Proprietors "Belfast News-Letter," Donegall Street, Belfast 10 10 0
H. J. Neill, Esq., Craigowen, Craigavad, Co. Down 10 10 0
J. J. Kirkpatrick, Esq., J. P., Kincraig, Belfast 10 10 0
Denis S. Henry, Esq., K. C. , M. P., 28 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin 10 10 0
Fred H. Rogers, Esq., 22 Derryvolgie Avenue, Belfast 10 10 0
Thomas E. M'Connell, Esq., J. P., 31-33 Chichester Street, Belfast 10 10 0
Mrs. E. L. Sinclair, Enfield, Newcastle, Co. Down 10 10 0
R. H. Smyth, Esq., Clooney Park, Londonderry 10 10 0
T. Dickson, Esq., Bellfield, Banbridge, Co. Down 10 10 0
Sir James Johnston, J. P. (Lord Mayor of Belfast), City Hall 10 10 0
Mrs. Julia M'Mordie, Cabin Hill, Knock, Belfast 10 0 0
Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Sinton, Ballyards House, Armagh 10 0 0
Wm. R. Young, Esq., J. P., 34 Bedford Street, Belfast 10 0 0
Sidney Greer, Esq., Park Lodge, Albert Gate, London, S.W.1 10 0 0
W. R. M'Call, Esq., J. P., 24 Cadogan Park, Belfast 10 0 0
Charles A. Montgomery, Esq., 13 Wellington Place, Belfast 10 0 0
Major C. E. Stronge, D. L., Lizard Manor, Aghadowey, Co. Derry 10 0 0
Mrs. F. G. MaGuire, Glenbank, Bangor, Co. Down 10 0 0
Private Fund, per Lieut.-Colonel Sir John Leslie, Bart. D. L., Glaslough, Co. Monaghan 8 0 0
H. I. Johns, Esq., Belfast Bank, Belfast 5 5 0
David M'Kee, Esq., Belfast Bank, Belfast 5 5 0
Mrs. A. C. Thomson, Scarvagh House, Scarva, Co. Down 5 5 0
A. P. Dalzell, Esq., 15 Royal Avenue, Belfast 5 5 0
Messrs. M'Kelvey & M'Combe, Royal Avenue, Belfast 5 5 0
Messrs. J. Dinsmore & Son, Castle Place, Belfast 5 5 0
John A. Grey, Esq., Salisbury, Antrim Road, Belfast 5 5 0
Henry Garratt, Esq., Ulster Club, Belfast 5 5 0
Edwin Hughes, Esq., D. L. Dalchoolin, Craigavad, Co. Down 5 5 0
J. B. Gunning-Moore, Esq., D. L., Coolnafranky, Cookstown 5 5 0
Rev. John Irwin, M. A., D. D., Windsor Manse, Belfast 5 5 0
J. E. Reid, Esq., King Street and Balmoral 5 5 0
George Moore, Esq., Bloomfield Farm, Bangor, Co. Down 5 5 0
Messrs. Stevenson & Turner, 1-17, West Street (Smithfield), Belfast 5 5 0
Dr. and Mrs. A. P. B. Moore, Ashley House, Albertbridge Road, Belfast 5 5 0
Capt. A. M. Moore, 8th Bn. R. Ir. Rifles, Ashley House, Albertbridge Road, Belfast 5 0 0
Sir Hiram Wilkinson, Moneyshanere, Tobermore, Co. Derry 5 5 0
Mrs. Frances J. Proctor, Tullydoey, Moy, Co. Tyrone 5 5 0
Major J. A. Torrens, D. L., Moylenna, Muckamore, Co. Antrim 5 5 0
A. Christy, Esq., Slieve Donard Hotel, Newcastle, Co. Down 5 5 0
O. Miniss, Esq., Mossvale House, Dromore, Co. Down 5 5 0
Colonel M'Neill, The Corran, Larne Harbour, Co. Antrim 5 5 0
Knitting Guild in connection with First and Second Dungannon Presbyterian Churches, per Mrs. F. L. Leebody, Knockanevin, Dungannon 5 5 0
W. M. Carson, Esq., Tareen House, Old Cavehill Road, Belfast 5 5 0
J. Alfred M'Auley, Esq., 14 Arthur St., Belfast 5 5 0
His Grace the Lord Primate of All Ireland, The Palace, Armagh 5 5 0
J. P. Speer, Esq., Letterkenny 5 0 0
Major J. A. Montgomery, D. L., Benvarden, Dervock, Co. Antrim 5 0 0
Sir Walter MacGeough Bond, The Argory, Moy, Co. Tyrone 5 0 0
R. Gault, Esq., Academy Street, Belfast 5 0 0
Mrs. T. S. Ferguson, Iveagh House, Banbridge 5 0 0
Samuel M'Kee, Esq., Fortwilliam Park, Belfast 5 0 0
Lieut.-General Sir George and Lady Richardson, Dromart, Antrim Road 5 0 0
Messrs. John Harper & Co., 29 Oxford Street, Belfast 5 0 0
Wm. Press, Esq., 43 Waring St., Belfast 5 0 0
John Todd, Esq., J. P., Clarinda, Fortwilliam Park, Belfast 5 0 0
Col. R. H. P. and Mrs. Doran, Lurganbrae, Brookeborough, Co. Fermanagh 5 0 0
Thomas S. Ferguson, Esq., Iveagh House, Banbridge 5 0 0
Thomas Richardson, Esq., 47 Rosemary Street, Belfast 5 0 0
Lieut.-Col. Sir John Leslie, Bart., D. L., Glaslough, Monaghan 5 0 0
Mrs. R. H. Neill, Rosebank, Craigavad, Co. Down 5 0 0
Walter J. Richardson, Esq., Pembroke Lodge, Dunmurry 5 0 0
Wickham H. B. Moorehead, Esq., Carnmeen, Newry 5 0 0
F. L. Heyn, Esq., J. P., The Hill, Craigavad, Co. Down 5 0 0
Hon. Cecil Lowery-Corry, J. P., Castlecoole, Enniskillen 5 0 0
Wm. Chisholm, Esq., Leiganfield, Carnmoney, Co. Antrim 5 0 0
Mrs. W. I. Mahaffy, Ward Villa West, Bangor, Co. Down 5 0 0
F. S. Herdman, Esq., The Drift, Antrim Road, Belfast 5 0 0
J. C. M'Clung, Esq., 2 Alexandra Gds., Fortwilliam Park, Belfast 5 0 0
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh G. Morrow, Pine Lodge, Strandtown, Belfast 5 0 0
Mrs. D. S. Hadow, Seacourt, Bangor, Co. Down 5 0 0
Colonel and Mrs. G. Rowan-Hamilton, The Castle, Killyleigh 5 0 0
Clarence Finlay, Esq., Wolfhill Spinning Co., Ltd., 1a Bedford Street 5 0 0
Norman D. Ferguson, Esq., Clonaslees, Lurgan Road, Banbridge 5 0 0
J. R. Scott, Esq., D. L., Willsboro', Londonderry 5 0 0
Captain J. C. Herdman, Camus, Strabane, Co. Tyrone 5 0 0
Samuel Ross, Esq., Maryville Park, Belfast 5 0 0
J. Fred Cleaver, Esq., 10 Deramore Park, Belfast 5 0 0
W. J. Pratten, Esq., Mornington, Derryvolgie Avenue, Belfast 3 3 0
J. J. Adams, Esq., M. D., Ashville, Antrim 3 3 0
A. Sayers, Esq., Donegall Square East, Belfast 3 3 0
Reginald H. Press, Esq., Ivanhoe, Marlborough Park South, Belfast 3 0 0
Anketell Montray, Esq., D. L., Favour Royal, Augher, Co. Tyrone 3 0 0
Messrs. Murphy & Orr, 18 Donegall Street, Belfast 3 0 0
Councillor Hugh M'Laurin, Richview House, Donegall Road, Belfast 2 2 0
Brian C. M. Kennedy, Esq., 13 Wellington Place, Belfast 2 2 0
Thomas M'Gowan, Esq., 71-73 Ann Street, Belfast 2 2 0
Mr. and Mrs. Tulloch, 76 Myrtlefield Park, Belfast 2 2 0
Messrs. D. & G. Foy, 80 Bankmore Street, Belfast 2 2 0
J. S. Reade, Esq., Clonmore, Lisburn 2 2 0
H. Armytage Moore, Esq., J. P., Rowallane, Saintfield, Co. Down 2 2 0
E. J. Elliot, Esq., 29 Bedford Street, Belfast 2 2 0
R. W. Boomer, Esq., Knockmore House, Lisburn 2 2 0
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fisher, Dunowen, Cliftonville, Belfast 2 2 0
R. M. Crawford, Esq., Holywood, Monaghan 2 2 0
James Crawford, Esq., 23-33 Corporation Street, Belfast 2 2 0
Dr. and Mrs. Mercier-Clements, 5 College Gardens, Belfast 2 2 0
J. Gilbert Magee, Esq., 7 Castle Street, Londonderry 2 2 0
Miss D. Proctor, Tullydoey, Moy, Co. Tyrone 2 2 0
Robert J. Wilson, Esq., 46 Catherine Street, Limavady 2 2 0
William Byers, Esq., J. P., Mill Farm, Mowhan, Co. Armagh 2 2 0
Rev. H. S. Verschoyle, Dunkineely Manor House, Co. Donegal 2 2 0
James Graham Allen, Esq., J. P., The Square, Comber, Co. Down 2 2 0
Marshall Kennedy, Esq., 22 Gt. James' Street, Londonderry 2 2 0
Mr. and Mrs. Martin M. Shaw, 13 Chlorine Gardens, Belfast 2 2 0
W. J. Bryans, Esq., 11 Waring Street, Belfast 2 0 0
Miss Lemon, Edgcumbe, Strandtown, Belfast 2 0 0
Rev. George Thompson, D. D., Church House, Belfast 2 0 0
Ned Thompson, Esq., 64 Ann Street, Belfast 1 1 0
V. D. Despard, Esq., Academy Street, Belfast 1 1 0
John Jackson, Esq., 10 The Mount, Belfast 1 1 0
John B. Wallace, Esq., Cavehill View, Cliftonville Road, Belfast 1 1 0
Rev. Canon Harding, Willowfield Parsonage, Belfast 1 1 0
Mrs. A.B. Wilson, Hampton Cottage, Balmoral Avenue, Belfast 1 1 0
Fredarick Seedford Pakenham, Esq., Carrickreagh, Enniskillen 1 1 0
Richard Cluff, Esq., J. P., Kildress House, Cookstown, Co. Tyrone 1 1 0
Rev. Henry Gordon, 1 Alexandra Terrace, Ashley Avenue, Belfast 1 1 0
John Reid, Esq., 20 Clifton Road, Bangor, Co. Down 1 1 0
Thomas A. Edwards, Esq., "Railway House." Moira, Ulster 1 1 0
W. G. Henderson, Esq., J. P., Coolerannel, Maguiresbridge 1 1 0
Geo. S. Adams, Esq., Ashville, Antrim 1 1 0
N. Adams, Esq., Finvoy Lodge, Ballymoney, Co. Antrim 1 1 0
R. R. Loudan, Esq., F. J. C. E., Armagh 1 1 0
Miss Gracey, 523 Lisburn Road, Belfast 1 1 0
Joseph Sherrard, Esq., 15 Great James Street, Londonderry 1 1 0
Rev. P. A. Kelly, M.A., The Rectory, Scarva 1 1 0
W. M'C. Osborne, Esq., Bellevue, Carnalea, Co. Down 1 1 0
Mr. Hugh Brown, District Councillor, Ballynahinch, Co. Down 1 0 0
Rev. Allen Beatty, The Manse, Strangford, Co. Down 1 0 0
Mrs. Frank Hoey, The Fort, Carnalea, Crawfordsburn, Co. Down 1 0 0
Miss Isobel J. Purdon, 12 Malone Avenue, Belfast 1 0 0
Arthur Forbes, Esq., Earlsvale, Cavan 1 0 0
Mrs. Margaret J. De Wind, "Kinvara," Comber 1 0 0
Wm. Doig, Esq., 39-45 Mill St., Belfast 1 0 0
J. Walsh, Esq., 209 York Street, Belfast 1 0 0
Mr. Samuel and M. Smiley, 183 Ainsworth Avenue, Woodvale Rd., Belfast 1 0 0
Alderman William Magowan, 192 Upper Newtownards Road, Belfast 1 0 0
Mr. Sam Smiley, Junr., 183 Ainsworth Avenue, Woodvale Road, Belfast 0 10 0
"A.L.L.D.," Cliftonville 0 10 0
Mrs. Brice Joy, Hampton Cottage, Balmoral Avenue, Belfast 0 10 0
"A Unionist" 0 5 0
Miss Heron, Sunnybank, Armagh 0 5 0
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TOTAL £2,736 17 0

I beg to acknowledge the foregoing Subscriptions, and shall be glad to receive further Contributions.
      (Signed) JAMES CRAIG,
            Hon. Treasurer,
            Old Town Hall, Belfast.

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COUNTY ANTRIM

"OUR DAY."

BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY
AND
ORDER OF ST. JOHN OF JERUSALEM.

GENERAL SIR WM. ADAIR AND SIR FREDERICK MONEYPENNY acknowledge, with grateful thanks, receipt of the following, and earnestly appeal for further Subscriptions, which may be sent to them at the City Hall.

4th LIST OF SUBSCRIPTIONS,

 

Previously acknowledged £4,648 14 2
Great Northern Railway Co. (Ireland), 2nd Sub., total £100 50 0 0
Mr. A.O. Young, Newington Avenue 10 0 0
Proceeds Lisburn and District Boy Scouts' Field Day, per Rev. George Furniss 9 4 0
Red Cross Collections at 2 Football Matches, per Mrs. Scott, Marsden Gardens 5 5 2
Duneane Presbyterian Church, per Mr. John M'Clure 5 0 0
Mr. A. Quinn, Port Stanley, Ont. 0 7 1
FLAG DAYS AND COLLECTIONS.
ISLANDMAGEE, per Rev. David Steen and Mr. Charles B. Smith 62 10 0
HARVEST HOME, TEMPLEPATRICK, per Mrs. John Campbell and Mr. F. J. Biggar, M.R.I.A. 241 17 0
WHITEHEAD, per Mr. Andrew Orr and Mr. W. Blackburn, jun. --
Collected by Mrs. Smiley and Mrs. W. Rutherford.
Mrs. James Elliott £ 3 3 0  
Mr. W.P. Gray 1 1 0  
Mr. and Mrs. Rea 1 0 0  
Mr. Andrew Orr 1 0 0  
Mr. S. M'Causland 1 0 0  
Mrs. Dunlop 1 0 0  
Miss M. Dunlop 1 0 0  
Mrs. W. Blackburn, Abbotsford 1 0 0  
Mr. John M'Vea 1 0 0  
Mrs. Smiley 1 0 0  
Mrs. Wm. Rutherford 1 0 0  
10s each -- Mrs. Heddles, Mrs. Millar, Mrs. E. Brown, Mr. R. J. Robinson, Mrs. W. Gray (Llandern), Mrs. J. H. Gaston, Mrs. Davidson, Mrs. D. Thompson, Miss Magee, Rev. J. Richardson, Mrs. Rutherford, Mrs. W. M'Ilroy, Mrs. Thornbury, Mr. James H. M'Vea 7 0 0  
Mrs. Jones 0 7 6  
5s each -- Mrs. Moore, "A Friend," Mrs. Brown, Mr. J. E. Magill 1 0 0  
Smaller Sums 1 19 5 -- 23 10 11
Collected by Mrs. D. R. Scott and Mrs. Govan.
Mr. Robert Govan £2 2 0  
Mr. Andrew Orr 1 0 0  
Dr. Gault 1 0 0  
Mr. George Allen 1 0 0  
10s each -- Mr. W. J. Turtle, Mr. H. Mitchell, Mr. J. Humphries, Mr. R.G. Canning, Mr. W.J. Russell, Mr. J. Gibson, Mr. J. Atkinson, Mr. D. R. Scott 4 0 0  
Mr. James Vance 0 7 6  
5s each -- Mr. J. Wylie, Mr. S. Hanna, Miss Neeson, Mr. Stanley, Mrs. Cooper, Miss Waugh 1 10 0  
Smaller sums 1 10 0 -- 12 9 6
Collected by Mrs. Parnell.
Mr. Andrew Orr £1 0 0  
5s each - Mr. Jas. Wylie, Mrs. R. Auld 0 10 0  
Smaller sums 2 14 6 -- 4 4 6
Collected by Mrs. W. R. Gray,
Rosebank Weaving Co., Ltd. £25 0 0  
Mr. Andrew Orr 5 0 0  
Mrs. Orr 5 0 0  
Mrs. J. M'Gladery 5 0 0  
Mr. W. Darragh 3 3 0  
Mr. Andrew Orr 1 0 0  
Mrs. R. M'Gladery 1 0 0  
Mr. J. P. M. Nally 1 0 0  
Mr. F. Michelbacher 1 0 0  
Rev. D. B. Knox 1 0 0  
Mr. H. M. Glass 1 0 0  
10s each -- Mrs. Morton, Miss Fleming, the Misses Wylie, Mr. and Mrs. F. Henderson 2 0 0  
Mrs. Jardine 0 6 0  
5s each -- Mrs. Martin, Miss M'Gahey, Mrs. Hawthorne, Mrs. Clarke, Mrs. Williamson 1 5 0  
Smaller Sums 1 3 0 -- 53 17 0
Collected by Mrs. R. Cole and Mrs. R. Thomson.
Mr. W. Darragh £2 2 0  
Mr. Andrew Orr 1 0 0  
Mrs. Clements 1 0 0  
Mrs. Little 1 0 0  
Mrs. Fisher 1 0 0  
Mr. J. W. Nethery 1 0 0  
Mr. J. Martin 1 0 0  
10s each -- Mrs. R. Cole, Mrs. R. Thomson, Mrs. H.A. Blackburn, Mrs. Whyte 2 0 0  
5s each -- Miss Ryan, Mrs. A.B. Dobson, Rev. Fullen, Mr. Mitchell, Mrs. T. M. Irvine, Miss E.A. Hunter, Mr. H. Girvan, Rev. C. F. and Mrs. Archer, Mrs. Todd, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs Louden 2 15 0  
Smaller Sums 2 13 6 -- 15 10 6
Collected by Mrs. T. S. Adamson and Mrs. W. Blackburn, jun.
Mr. D. K. M'Ferran £10 0 0  
Mr. W. T. M'Ferran 5 0 0  
Mr. A. Reynolds 5 0 0  
Mr. F. S. Neill 2 0 0  
Mr. W. P. Gray 1 1 0  
Mr. Andrew Orr 1 0 0  
Mr. Wm. Watt 1 0 0  
Mr. A. Fleming 1 0 0  
Mr. H. Elliott 1 0 0  
Mr. John Fleming 0 10 6  
10s each -- Mr. Jack Anderson, Mr. Jas. King 1 0 0  
5s each -- Mr. Dobson, M.C.G.H., Mrs. Nugent 0 15 0  
Smaller Sums 1 1 6 -- 30 18 0
Dr. Wm. Martin £2 2 0  
Mr. P.J. Keys 1 1 0  
Miss Blair-Boyd 1 0 0  
Mr. Andrew Orr 1 0 0  
10s each -- Mr. J. Maxwell, Mrs. F. A. Robb, Mr. W. Kennedy, "A Friend," Mrs. S. M'Gladery, Mr. J. Fisher, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Pocock, Mr. G. Felstead, Mrs. W. Blackburn, jun. 5 0 0  
5s each -- Mrs. Lilley, Mrs. Adams, Mr. Hunter, Mr. Geo. Gibson, Mrs. M'Bride, Mrs. T.S. Adamson 1 10 0  
Smaller sums 1 4 0 -- 12 17 0
Mr. David Creighton 1 1 0  
Mr. T.W. Marshall 1 1 0  
Mr. Andrew Orr 1 0 0  
Mr. R. Wisnom 1 0 0  
10s each - Messrs. J. and H. Service, Miss M'Ninch, 1 0 0  
Mr. John Brennan 0 5 0  
Smaller Sums 1 1 0 -- 6 8 0
Collected by Mrs. W. Reid.
Milfort Weaving and Finishing Co., Ltd. £26 5 0  
Mr. Robert J. M'Keown 5 5 0  
Mrs. M'Keown 5 5 0  
Mr. Andrew Orr 1 0 0  
Mr. J. M'Gladery 1 0 0  
10s each -- Mr. W. T. Whiting, Mr. W. H. Gillespie, Mr. W. Reid 1 10 0
5s each -- Mrs. Ham, Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Harry Creighton, Mrs. Stagg, Mrs. Porter, Mr. Johnston 1 10 0  
Smaller Sums 0 13 0 -- 42 8 0
Collected by Mrs. Jas. Black (Beach House).
Mr. Andrew Orr £1 0 0  
Mr. J. W. W. Maxwell 1 0 0  
Mrs. Jas. Black 1 0 0  
Mr. N. J. Osborne 0 10 6  
10s each -- Mrs. A. Irvine, Mr. W. Beattie, Mr. S. Ferguson, Mr. John Boyd 2 0 0  
5s each -- Mrs. Smyth, Mr. W. Wallace, Mrs. Fletcher, Mrs. Chandler, Miss M'Caskey, Mr. A. Connell, Mr. J. Alexander, Mrs. H. Beattie, Mr. F. W. Parks, Mr. J. Melville, Mr. W. J. Henning, Mr. A. Ross, Mr. W. J. Russell, Miss Boyce, Mr. J.C. Gillespie,Mr. O. Poland, Miss Partington 4 5 0  
Smaller Sums 2 15 6 -- 12 11 0
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Total £214 4 5
SCHOOL CHILDREN'S COLLECTION.
Gracehill N.S., per Mr. J. Moore 1 2 0
Rathmore N.S., per Mr. Wm. O. Harper 1 2 6
Vow N.S., (Ballymoney), per Mr. James Savage 2 0 6
STATIONMASTERS' COLLECTION.
Cargan Station, per Mr. C. Esdale 1 2 0
Glynn Station, per Mr. Downey 0 17 0
POST OFFICE COLLECTION.
Glenarm P.O., per Mrs. A. Hunter 5 5 4
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TOTAL £5,258 11 2

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COAL RELIEF FUND

2nd LIST OF SUBSCRIPTIONS.

Previously acknowledged £584 14 0
Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon 10 10 0
Councillor F. Workman, D.L. 10 10 0
Mr. Henry Musgrave, D. L., O.B.E. 10 10 0
Messrs. J. & T. Sinclair, & Co., Ltd 10 10 0
New Northern Spinning and Weaving Co., Ltd. 10 0 0
The Falls Flax Spinning Co., Ltd. 10 0 0
Messrs. Forster Green & Co., Ltd. 10 0 0
Messrs. D. Anderson & Son, Ltd. 10 0 0
Messrs. John Lytle and Sons, Ltd. 7 0 0
Messrs. Wm. M. Kirk & Partners, Ltd. 6 0 0
Major Daniel Dixon 5 5 0
Mr. F. H. Maclean 5 5 0
Mr. Joseph Mitchell, Olinda 5 5 0
Mr. Stanley Ferguson 5 5 0
Messrs. Bernard Hughes, Ltd. 5 5 0
Messrs. H. J. Neill, Ltd., Corporation Street 5 5 0
Messrs. M'Bride & Williams, Ltd. 5 5 0
Messrs. John S. Brown & Sons, Ltd. 5 5 0
The Misses Paul, Adelaide Park 5 0 0
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Henry 5 0 0
The Loop Bridge Weaving Co., Ltd. 5 0 0
"B," per Northern Bank 5 0 0
Mrs. W. S. Smith, Adelaide Park 5 0 0
Mr. T. R. Caffrey, J. P., per Very Rev. P. Convery, P.P., V. F. 5 0 0
The Old Bushmills Distillery Co., Ltd. 5 0 0
The Greenmount Spinning Co., Ltd. 5 0 0
Messrs. Mitchell & Co., of Belfast Ltd. 5 0 0
Messrs. Robert M'Bride & Co., Ltd. 5 0 0
Messrs. Samuel Lamont & Son 5 0 0
Messrs. Thomas M'Mullan & Co. 5 0 0
Messrs. Hugh Mack & Co., Ltd. 5 0 0
Messrs. M. Kosmack & Co., Belfast and Glasgow 5 0 0
Messrs. W. J. Jenkins & Co. (Belfast) Ltd. 5 0 0
The Misses Gamble, Craigavad 4 0 0
Mrs. and Miss Rice, Bawnmore Road 4 0 0
Messrs. John Fulton & Co., Ltd. 4 0 0
Mr. D. H. Dunseath 3 3 0
Mr. James B. Beatty, Up. Arthur Street 3 3 0
Messrs. Andrew Millar & Co., Ltd. 3 3 0
The Belfast Ropework Co., Ltd. 3 3 0
Messrs. Turtle & Aird, Ltd. 3 3 0
Messrs. Keegan, Graham & Co., per Very Rev. P. Convery, P.P., V.F. 3 3 0
Messrs. Murray, Sons. & Co., Ltd. 3 3 0
Messrs. Joseph Blair, Ltd. 3 3 0
Messrs. William Ross & Co., Ltd. 3 3 0
Messrs. Sawers, Ltd. 3 3 0
Mr. and Mrs. John Workman, Lismore 3 0 0
Mr. and Mrs. John M'Neill, Knockdene Park 3 0 0
Mr. Thomas D. Crawford, Wellington Park 3 0 0
Messrs. Davidson & Co., Ltd., Sirocco Works 2 10 0
Rev. Dr. Irwin, Windsor 2 2 0
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. H. Richardson 2 2 0
Mr. and Mrs. Tulloch, Myrtlefield Park 2 2 0
Mrs. Shillington, Dromart, Strandtown 2 2 0
Miss Carr, Queen's Elms 2 2 0
Mr. James Crawford, Corporation Street 2 2 0
Dr. J. Walton Browne, D. L. 2 2 0
Mrs. A. D. MacIlwaine, Carnalea 2 2 0
Mr. Martin Hopkins, Durham Street 2 2 0
Mr. P. M'Glade, Donegall Street 2 2 0
Mr. M. Turley, per Northern Bank, Markets Bh. 2 2 0
Mr. C. Presho, Talbot Street 2 2 0
Mr. John Byrne, Adelaide Park 2 2 0
Mrs. Holland, Cadogan Park 2 2 0
Messrs. J. & J. Haslett, Ltd. 2 2 0
Messrs. H. & T. Montgomery 2 2 0
Messrs. Shaw & Jamison, Ltd. 2 2 0
Messrs. Stevenson & Turner 2 2 0
Messrs. Nicholson, Templeton, & Co., Ltd. 2 2 0
Messrs. Brand & Co. 2 2 0
Messrs. Irvine Bros., Ballynafeigh 2 2 0
Messrs. Leahy, Kelly, & Leahy, Ltd. 2 2 0
Messrs. J. T. Reade & Sons 2 2 0
Messrs. L'Estrange & Brett 2 2 0
Messrs. Morrell & Johnston 2 2 0
Messrs. Musgrave & Co., Ltd. 2 2 0
Messrs. Charles M'Closkey & Co. 2 2 0
Messrs. Finlay's Mineral Waters, Ltd. 2 2 0
Messrs. J. G. Johnston & Son 2 2 0
Proprietors "Belfast Evening Telegraph" 2 2 0
Messrs. W. F. Coates & Co. 2 2 0
Messrs. Stephen Cotton & Co., Ltd. 2 2 0
Mr. James F. Ward, Wellington Place 2 2 0
Dr. Brice Smyth 2 2 0
Mr. Samuel Ross, Maryville Park 2 0 0
Mr. James Gamble, per Northern Bank, Donegall Square W. 2 0 0
Broadway Damask Co., Ltd., per do. 2 0 0
Mr. Thomas Richardson, Rosemary St. 2 0 0
Mr. W. H. Phillips, Malone Road 2 0 0
Mr. Andrew Bradley, Library Street 2 0 0
Miss How, Craigavad 2 0 0
Mr. James Hefferon, Divis Street 2 0 0
Mr. Arthur W. Metcalfe 2 0 0
Messrs. Sharman D. Neill, Ltd. 2 0 0
Messrs. J. B. Lindsay & Co. 2 0 0
Messrs. Glendinning, M'Leish & Co., Ltd. 2 0 0
Messrs. Murphy & Stevenson Ltd. 2 0 0
Messrs. M'Crum, Watson, & Mercer, Ltd. 2 0 0
Messrs. James Moore, Ltd. 2 0 0
Messrs. Cantrell & Cochrane, Ltd. 2 0 0
The Misses M'Bride, Windsor Avenue 1 10 0
Mr. P. J. Kelly, R. M., Limerick 1 1 0
Mr. J. R. Macoun, Malone Park 1 1 0
Mrs. W. R. Patterson, Windsor Avenue 1 1 0
Miss Batt, Derryvolgie Avenue 1 1 0
Mrs. Chipp, Beaumont 1 1 0
Mr. Edward H. Clarke 1 1 0
Mrs. A. B. Wilson, Hampton Cottage 1 1 0
Mr. M. Wylie, LL.D. 1 1 0
Mr. David Hoy, Ulster Bank 1 1 0
Mr. C.H. Duffin, Andersonstown 1 1 0
Mr. John J. Andrews, L.D.S. 1 1 0
Mr. James Dowling, Raphael Street 1 1 0
Mr. Jos. M'Ginlay, J. P., per Northern Bank, Falls Branch 1 1 0
The Misses Andrews, College Gardens 1 1 0
Mr. James M'Canse, Easton Terrace 1 1 0
Mr. J. J. Houston, Atlantic Buildings 1 1 0
Mr. J. West M'Kee, High Street 1 1 0
Mr. Thomas Moles 1 1 0
Mr. James Tate, M.P.S.I. 1 1 0
Mr. R. K. L. Galloway, Chichester G'd'ns 1 1 0
Mr. Wm. Bruce, Cyprus Avenue 1 1 0
Messrs. W. M'Cormick & Co. 1 1 0
Messrs. Wm. Rodman & Co., Ltd. 1 1 0
Messrs. Robinson & Newett 1 1 0
Messrs. Wright & Hunter, Ltd. 1 1 0
Messrs. A. Clendinning & Co., Ltd. 1 1 0
Messrs. M'Kelvey & M'Combe 1 1 0
Messrs. Kennedy & Morrison, Ltd. 1 1 0
Messrs. John Rea, Ltd. 1 1 0
Messrs. Evans & Son, Cromac Works 1 1 0
Messrs. Thomas Somerset & Co., Ltd. 1 1 0
Mr. Wm. Hume, Mountpottinger Road 1 1 0
Mr. H. J. Hill, Hillhall, Bloomfield 1 1 0
Mr. Wm. Coates, Osborne Park 1 0 0
Mrs. E.C. Houston, per Northern Bank, Ryl. Avenue 1 0 0
"O. A." 1 0 0
"T." 1 0 0
Mr. Thomas Orr, Cliftonpark Avenue 1 0 0
Mr. Geo. H. Fulton, Howard Street 1 0 0
Mr. Arthur S. Megaw, Ocean Buildings 1 0 0
"L. K. A." 1 0 0
The Misses M'Neill, Windsor Park 1 0 0
Mr. Charles Reynolds, Ocean Buildings 1 0 0
Mr. Robert Ervine, Ocean Buildings 1 0 0
Mr. Henry Cosgrove, Rugby Road 1 0 0
Mr. W. J. Bryans, Waring Street 1 0 0
Messrs. Potts & Houston, Ltd. 1 0 0
Messrs. Murray & Holland 1 0 0
Messrs. Wm. Corry & Co., Ltd. 1 0 0
Mr. Wm. M'Cormick, Hill St., Lurgan 1 0 0
Mrs. Pollard, Glandore Park 1 0 0
Mr. Bruce Joy, Hampton Cottage 0 10 0
Mr. James Millar, J. P., The Glen 0 10 0
Mrs. Hopkins, Crescent Gardens 0 10 0
Mrs. J. L. Downey, Hampton Terrace 0 10 0
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TOTAL £1,014 8 0

I gratefully acknowledge receipt of above, and earnestly appeal for further Subscriptions.
      JAMES JOHNSTON.
            Lord Mayor, Hon. Treasurer.

 

 

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