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Belfast Telegraph - Saturday, 22 September 1951.

Marriages

BEST--BULLER -- August 22, 1951, at Scarva Presbyterian Church by the Rev. W. A. J. Barbour, M.A., Cregagh Presbyterian Church, assisted by the Rev. A. Chestnut, B.A., Scarva, John Craig Best, B. Agr., only son of Mr. and Mrs. John Best, Acton House, Poyntzpass, to Olive Margaret, daughter of Mrs. Olive Buller and the late Alfred Buller, Scarvagh House, Scarva, Co. Down.

DUNCAN--TYRRELL -- August 25, 1951, at St. John's Church, Malone, by the Rev. F. H. P. L'Estrange, M.A., Bryan, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Duncan, The Ridge, 74 Maryville Park, Belfast, to June, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Tyrrell, 1 Dorchester Park, Malone, Belfast.

KENNEDY--HYNDS -- September 10, 1951, at Holy Cross R.C. Church, Ardoyne (with Nuptial Mass and Papal Blessing), by the Rev. Father Timothy, C.P., Robert Patrick second son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Kennedy, 6 Twaddell Avenue, to Beatrice, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.D. Hynds, Ashley Gardens.

WHITE--LOWRY -- August 21, 1951, at Oldpark Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. J. Dunlop, M.A., assisted by the Rev. J.M. White (father of the bridegroom), Oliver M. White, M.Sc., Ph.D., youngest son of the Rev. J.M. and Mrs. White, The Manse, Ballycraigy, Carnmoney, Co. Antrim, to Emily G. Lowry, B.A., elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.F.P. Lowry, 112 Oldpark Avenue, Belfast.

Silver Weddings

BROWN--M'ALLISTER -- September 22, 1926, at Grove Baptist Church, Belfast, by Pastor A. Jardine, M'Murray Brown to Elizabeth Waring M'Allister. Present address -- 40 North Road, Bloomfield, Belfast.

CORBETT--BROLLY -- September 22, 1926, at Crescent Presbyterian Church, University Road, Belfast, Norman Thomas Corbett to Lavinia Florence Brolly. Present address -- 80 Haypark Avenue, Belfast.

Ruby Wedding

QUINN--FRASER -- September 22, 1911, at St. Jude's, Muckamore, by the Rev. M. F. H. Collis, Antrim, James Quinn to Jean Fraser. Present address -- 75 Hillman Street, Belfast.

Deaths

BELL -- September 21, 1951 (suddenly), at his residence, 37 Wilton Street, James, dearly-beloved husband of Margaret Jane Bell. Funeral on Monday, at 3.30 p.m., to Carnmoney Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Family Circle. His willing hands will toil no more.

BELL -- The Officers and Members of Crescent Blue Supporters' Club deeply regret the death of the father of their highly-respected Members, James, Tommy and Abraham Bell, and tender their deepest sympathy. -- G. M'Quillen, Chairman.

BELL -- The Officers and Members of Wilton Dart Club regret the death of their esteemed Member, Br. James Bell, senr., and tender their deepest sympathy. -- F. Graham, Chairman.

BOYS -- September 21, 1951, at her residence, 191, York Street, Ada, dear sister of Minnie and the late Gilbert Boys. Funeral on Monday, 24th inst., at 11 a.m., to Dundonald Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Sister; also Niece, Ada Campbell, 35 Brookvale Avenue.

BRIDGETT -- The E.K., Officers and Companions of Windsor R.A.C. No. 538 regret the death of the father of their highly-esteemed Member, Companion William Bridgett, and tender deepest sympathy. -- J. Wright, E.K.

CORBETT -- September 22, 1951, at her residence, 41 Fourth Street, Edith (Cissie) dearly-beloved wife of Thomas Corbett. Funeral on Monday, 24th inst., at 2.30 p.m., to City Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Husband and Family. Thy will be done.

CORBETT -- September 22, 1951, at her residence, 41 Fourth Street, Edith, dearly-beloved mother of James Corbett. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Son and Daughter-in-law, James and Ina Corbett, 29 Fourth Street. Gone from our home, but not from our hearts, the one we loved and had to part.

CORBETT -- September 22, 1951, at her residence, 41 Fourth Street, Edith, dearly-beloved mother of Maria Caskey. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Daughter and Son-in-law, Maria and Samuel Caskey, also little Grandchildren, 41 Fourth Street. A loving thought, a silent tear, for the mother we lost and loved so dear.

CORBETT -- September 22, 1951, at her residence, 41 Fourth Street, Edith, dearly-beloved wife of Thomas Corbett. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Sister, Emma Jones, and Family, 2 Fifth Street. We will talk it o'er together by and by.

CORBETT -- September 22, 1951, at her residence, 41 Fourth Street, Edith, dearly-beloved wife of Thomas Corbett. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Sister, Margaret Irvine, and Family, 43 Fourth Street. A loving nature, a happy face, a broken link we can never replace.

CORBETT -- September 22, 1951, at her residence, 41 Fourth Street, Edith, dearly-beloved wife of Thomas Corbett. -Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Sister-in-law and Brother-in-law, Annie and Jack M'Clean, and Family, 13 Roseland Place. She carried her cross with a smile.

CORBETT -- September 22, 1951, at her residence, 41 Fourth Street, Mrs. Corbett, sincere friend of all at 38 Fourth Street. We will miss her when we need a friend, on her we always could depend.

CORBETT -- September 22, 1951, at her residence, 41 Fourth Street, Mrs. Corbett, sincere friend of Mrs. Conner. -- Deeply regretted by all at 17 Arundel Street. At rest.

DAWSON -- September 22, 1951, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, James, dearly-loved husband of Marion Dawson. Funeral from his late residence, 12 Pisa Street, on Tuesday, 25th inst., at 2.30 p.m., to City Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Sons. Let his life be a lamp to your pathway, to ascend from those he loved; see the angels how they meet him, in the clouds that float above.

DAWSON -- The Committee and Members of Grosvenor White Supporters' Club deeply regret the death of their highly respected Member, Jim Dawson, and tender their deepest sympathy to his Wife and Family. -- J. Snowden, Chairman.

DI LUCIA -- September 22, at Northern Ireland Fever Hospital, Margaret Nuala, dearly-loved infant daughter of Patrick and Kathleen Di Lucia. Interment notice later. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Daddy, Mammy and little Brothers: also Grandmother, Uncles, Aunts and little Cousin, 17 Regent Street, Belfast.

DORAN -- September 21, 1951, at her brother's residence, Lisnagarvey, High Road, Portstewart, Ada Frances Doran (late of Bray, Co. Wicklow, and Helen's Bay). Funeral on Monday, at 4 p.m., to Agherton Cemetery. House private.

GALLAGHER -- September 21, 1951, (suddenly), at Newry, Elizabeth, widow of James Gallagher, 16 Riverview Street, Stranmillis, Belfast. Funeral from ?2 Vimy Terrace, Newry, to-morrow (Sunday), at 2 p.m., arriving Moy Churchyard at 3.30 p.m., approximately. House private. No flowers. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Family. At Home with the Lord.

GIRVAN -- September 21, 1951, at Hospital, Margaret, wife of the late Robert Girvan, 9 Alliance Avenue. Funeral on Monday, at 11 a.m., from Melville's Funeral Parlour, Townsend Street, to Kilbride Churchyard. -- Deeply regretted.

GRANT -- September 21, 1951, at her residence, Corcreeny, Hillsborough, Mary, widow of John Grant. Funeral to-morrow (Sunday), at 2 p.m. to Moravian Churchyard. House private. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Son Tom.

GRANT -- The Officers and Members of Gideon's Followers L.O.L. 2022 regret the death of the mother of Br. Thomas Grant and tender deepest sympathy in his bereavement. Members are requested to attend the funeral. -- Arthur Lamb, W.M.

HIGGINS -- September 22, 1951, at the Mater Hospital, Belfast, Bernard, beloved husband of Annie Higgins, Enterprise Avenue, Portstewart (late of Liscall, Garvagh). -- R.I.P. Funeral leaving Portstewart 10 a.m., Monday, to Ballerin, Garvagh. -- Deeply regretted.

HILES -- September 17, 1951 (suddenly), at his residence, 32 Westcliffe Road, Roker, Sunderland, James, dearly-beloved husband of Constance Hiles. Funeral from his mother's residence, Killinchy Street, Comber, on Tuesday, 25th inst., at 3 p.m., to New Cemetery, Comber. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Family.

HILES -- September 17, 1951 (suddenly), at his residence, 32 Westcliffe Road, Roker, Sunderland, James, eldest son of Mrs. E.M. Hiles and the late William Hiles, Killinchy Street, Comber. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Mother and all the Family Circle.

HILES -- September 17, 1951 (suddenly), at his residence, 32 Westcliffe Road, Roker, Sunderland, James, dearly-loved husband of Connie Hiles. -- Deeply regretted by his Brothers-in-law, Sisters-in-law, and Nieces, 93 Ravenhill Gardens.

HORNER -- September 21, 1951 (suddenly), at his residence, Tamnavelton, Tandragee, Alexander, dearly-loved husband of Elizabeth H. Horner. Funeral to-morrow (Sunday), at 2.30 p.m., to Mullavilly. No flowers, by request. -- Very deeply regretted.

HOY -- September 21, 1951, at his residence, Parkview, Ballygomartin Road, Allan, husband of the late Annie Hoy. Funeral to-morrow (Sunday), at 2 p.m., to Kilbride Churchyard. House private.

KEENAN -- September 21, 1951, at his residence, 15 Kinnaird Terrace, Antrim Road, Belfast, Patrick Francis Keenan, Editor of "Ireland's Saturday Night." House and funeral private. No flowers, please.

KIRKPATRICK -- September 22, 1951, at the Massereene Hospital, Antrim, John Kirkpatrick, late of 33 Waveney Road, Ballymena. Funeral from above Hospital on Monday, at 2.30 p.m., to Ballymena Cemetery.

LIVINGSTON -- September 22, 1951, at her residence, Bloom Cottage, Ballydougan, Portadown, Mary, widow of Alexander Ross Livingston. Funeral on Monday, at 2.30 p.m., to the New Cemetery, Lurgan. -- Deeply regretted by her loving Sister, Nellie Fitzsimmons.

LIVINGSTON -- September 22, 1951, at her residence, Bloom Cottage, Ballydougan, Portadown, Mary, widow of Alexander Ross Livingston. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Sister, Anna Magowan, and Family, Seagoe, Portadown.

METCALFE -- September 22, 1951, at Lurgan and Portadown Hospital, Sarah Metcalfe, 22 Albert Street, Lurgan. House and funeral strictly private. Gone to be with Christ, which is far better.

MITCHELL -- September 21, 1951, at her residence, 39 Twaddell Avenue, Margaret, widow of John Mitchell. Funeral on Monday, at 3 p.m., to Knockbreda. No flowers, by request. -- Deeply regretted.

MORRISON -- September 22, 1951, at Hospital, Martha, widow of John Morrison. Funeral from her late residence, 79 Belmont Road, on Monday, at 11.30 a.m., to Dundonald Cemetery. House private. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Son William and Granddaughter Margaret. At rest.

M'AVOY -- September 21, 1951 (suddenly), at his residence, Tullycavey, Greyabbey, Hugh, dearly-loved husband of Edith M'Avoy. Funeral to-morrow (Sunday), at 3 p.m., to New Cemetery, Greyabbey. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and little Son Derek. Until the day break and the shadows flee away.

M'AVOY -- September 21, 1951 (suddenly), at his residence, Tullycavey, Greyabbey, Hugh, dearly-loved husband of Edith M'Avoy. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Mother and his two Nephews, Hubert and John Caughey.

M'AVOY -- September 21, 1951 (suddenly), at his residence, Tullycavey, Greyabbey, Hugh, dearly-loved husband of Edith M'Avoy. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Sister and Brother-in-law, Alice and John Atcheson, and Family.

M'AVOY -- The W.M., Officers and Brethren of Greyabbey L.O.L. 1592 deeply regret the death of their highly-esteemed Brother, Hugh M'Avoy, brother-in-law of their highly-esteemed Brother, John Atcheson, P.M., and tender deepest sympathy to his sorrowing Wife and Relatives. Brethren please assemble at Orange Hall, Greyabbey, to-morrow (Sunday), at 2 p.m., to attend the funeral. -- Hugh Taggart, W.M.

M'BRIDE -- September 22, 1951, at a Nursing Home, Bethia (Cissie), widow of Samuel M'Bride, late of Bristol Avenue, and dearly-loved mother of Harold and Isa. Funeral from her late residence, 47 Lansdowne Park, at 2.30 p.m., on Monday, 24th inst., to Dundonald Cemetery.

M'ILWAINE -- September 21, 1951, at her residence, Ballyalbana, Ballyeaston, Ballyclare, Elizabeth, dearly-loved wife of Samuel R. M'Ilwaine. Funeral to-morrow (Sunday), 23rd inst., at 3 p.m., to Rashee New Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Husband and Family.

M'KENNA -- September 21, 1951, at the Mater Hospital, Alice J., relict of John H. M'Kenna, 8 La Salle Gardens. -- R.I.P. Her remains will be removed from St. John's R.C. Church, Falls Road, to-morrow (Sunday), 23rd inst., at 1.30 p.m., to Killysuggan Cemetery, Newtownards. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Family.

M'KENNA -- September 21, 1951, at Hospital, Belfast, Alice M'Kenna (nee Mulvenna), La Salle Gardens, Falls Road, Belfast. -- R.I.P. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Brother, Sister-in-law, Nieces and Nephews, 67 William Street, Newtownards.

SHAW -- September 22, 1951 (peacefully), at his residence, 4 Onslow Parade, Cregagh, Robert, beloved husband of Eliza Jane Shaw. Funeral on Monday, at 2.30 p.m., to Ballyhalbert. -- Very deeply regretted by his loving Wife and Family; also the entire Family Circle. At Home with the Lord.

SHAW -- September 22, 1951 peacefully, at his residence, 4 Onslow Parade, Cregagh, Robert, beloved husband of Eliza Jane Shaw. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Brother and Sisters, Sister-in-law, and Brothers-in-law, Newtownards.

SHAW -- September 22, 1951, peacefully, at his residence, 4 Onslow Parade, Cregagh, Robert, beloved husband of Eliza Jane Shaw. -- Deeply regretted by his Sister-in-law and Brother-in-law, Ellen and Robert Coffey, and Family, 39 Gilnahirk Park, Cherryvalley.

SPENCE -- September 21, 1951, at her residence, Culcavey, Hillsborough, Mary, dearly-loved wife of Matthew Spence. Funeral to-morrow (Sunday), at 3 p.m., to Maze Presbyterian Churchyard. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Husband and Family.

SPENCE -- The Employes of Hillsborough Linen Co. deeply regret the death of their esteemed Fellow-worker, Mrs. Mary Spence, and tender their deepest sympathy to her husband and Family.

STARRITT -- On behalf of the Members of the Sirocco Rangers F.C. we desire to extend to our Fellow-member, W. J. Starritt, our deepest sympathy on the death of his mother. -- N.G. Jeffers, Chairman; James Orr, Hon. Sec.

STEWART -- September 21, 1951, at her residence, 1 Donegall Avenue, Margaret, dearly-beloved daughter of Sadie and the late William Stewart. Funeral on Monday, at 2 p.m., to City Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Mother and Brothers. Not till the loom is silent and the shuttles cease to fly, shall God unroll the canvas and explain the reason why.

STEWART -- September 21, 1951, at her residence, 1 Donegall Avenue, Margaret, dearly-beloved daughter of Sadie and the late William Stewart. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Grandmother, Annie E. Higginson, and Uncles, 18 Moore's Place. Resting where no shadows fall.

STEWART -- September 21, 1951, at her residence, 1 Donegall Avenue, Margaret, dearly-beloved daughter of Sadie and the late William Stewart. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Auntie Maudie , Uncle Willie and Family, 20 Benburb Street; also Uncle Francis and Family, Moore's Place. Too good in life to be forgotten in death.

STEWART -- September 21, 1951, at her residence, 1 Donegall Avenue, Margaret, dearly-beloved daughter of Sadie and the late William Stewart. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Auntie Elizabeth and Family, 8 Moore's Place. Another dear flower in God's garden.

STEWART -- September 21, 1951, at her residence, 1 Donegall Avenue, Margaret, dearly-beloved daughter of Sadie and the late William Stewart. -- Deeply regretted by Auntie Mattie and Family, 15 Renwick Street. God always picks the best.

STEWART -- September 21, 1951, at her residence, 1 Donegall Avenue, Margaret, dearly-beloved daughter of Sadie and the late William Stewart. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Friends, Mr. and Mrs. James Fulton, and Family, 68 Kitchener Street. At rest.

STEWART -- September 21, 1951, at her residence, 1 Donegall Avenue, Margaret, dearly-beloved daughter of Sadie and the late William Stewart. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Friend, Thomas Fulton, 68 Kitchener Street. She suffered much but murmured not.

SWINNEY -- September 21, 1951, at his residence, 15 Chichester Square, Sunnyland, Carrickfergus, Denis, youngest son of George and Jean Swinney. House and funeral private. -- Deeply regretted by his loving Mammy and Daddy and little Brother John.

WALLACE -- September 20, 1951, at his residence, 12 Hill Street, Dunmurry, Robert, dearly-beloved husband of Georgina Wallace. Funeral from above address to-morrow (Sunday), at 2.30 p.m., to Dunmurry Burial-ground. House private. -- Sadly missed by his ever loving Wife and Son Robert. The day Thou gavest, Lord, is ended.

WALLACE -- September 20, 1951, at his residence, 12 Hill Street, Dunmurry, Robert, dearly-beloved father of Samuel Wallace. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Son and Daughter-in-law, Sammy and Vera Wallace. Rest after suffering.

WALLACE -- September 20, 1951, at his residence, 12 Hill Street, Dunmurry, Robert, dearly-loved brother of William J. Wallace. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Brother, Sister-in-law Emma, and Family, 105 Beechfield Street. Resting where no shadows fall.

WALLACE -- September 20, 1951, at his residence, 12 Hill Street, Dunmurry, Robert, dearly-loved husband of Georgina Wallace. -- Ever remembered by Maisie. One by one the links are broken.

WALLACE -- Officers and Sir Knights of Cavehill Temperance R.B.P. 81 regret the death of the father of their esteemed Member, Sir Kt. Robert Wallace, and tender deepest sympathy. -- G. Madden, W.M.

WATTON -- September 22, 1951, at her residence, Ballycastle Road, Dervock, Mary M., beloved wife of John Watton. Funeral to Derrykeighan Parish Churchyard on Monday, 24th inst., at 4 p.m.

DEATHS (continued on page 3)

CASSIDY -- September 22, 1951 (suddenly), at Hospital, John, dearly-loved husband of Matilda Cassidy, 17 Berlin Street. -- Deeply regretted. Interment notice later.

DOOLE -- September 22, 1951 (suddenly), at his residence, 83 Tennent Street, John, dearly-loved husband of Mary Doole. Funeral to City Cemetery on Monday, at 2.30 p.m. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Son.

DOOLE -- September 22, 1951 (suddenly), at his residence, 83 Tennent Street, John, dearly-loved husband of Mary Doole. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Nephew Robert, and Margaret J. Stone, and Daughter Lilian, 215 Tennent Street.

DOOLE -- The Officers and Members of Gordon Temperance L.O.L. 1028 regret the death of their esteemed Member, Br. John Doole, and tender to his Wife and Family their deepest sympathy. -- W. Mabin, W.M.

FARRELL -- September 22, 1951 (suddenly), at his residence, 8 Adam Street, Frederick Farrell, loved father of Emily, Mattie and Fred. Interment notice later.

M'SHANE -- September 21, 1951, at Lagan Valley Hospital, Lisburn, James, eldest and loved son of the late Arthur and Mary S. M'Shane. Funeral from his late residence, 43 Laganbank Road, Lisburn, to-morrow (Sunday), at 3 p.m., to Lisburn Cemetery. House private. --Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Sisters and Brothers-in-law, Ellen and Harry Murphy, 43 Laganbank Road, Lisburn, Elizabeth and James Stewart and Family, Australia.

M'SHANE -- September 21, 1951, at Lagan Valley Hospital, Lisburn, James, eldest and loved son of the late Arthur and Mary S. M'Shane -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Brother and Sister-in-law, Arthur and Agnes M'Shane, and Nephew Jim, Ballycarngannon, Boardmills, Lisburn.

M'SHANE -- September 21, 1951, at Lagan Valley Hospital, Lisburn, James, eldest and loved son of the late Arthur and Mary S. M'Shane. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Sister and Brother-in-law, Evelyn and Robert Haire, and Family, 33 Plantation Lane, Lisburn.

M'SHANE -- September 21, 1951, at Lagan Valley Hospital, Lisburn, James, eldest and loved son of the late Arthur and Mary S. M'Shane. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Sister and Brother-in-law, Mary S. and Alexander Bleakley, and Family, 32 Craigmore Road, Lisburn. Gone to join other loved ones.

M'SHANE -- September 21, 1951, at Lagan Valley Hospital, Lisburn, James, eldest and loved son of the late Arthur and Mary S. M'Shane. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Uncle and Aunt, Daniel and Ellen M'Shane, and Cousins, 14 Barnsley's Row, Lisburn.

NELSON -- September 22, 1951, at Northern Ireland Fever Hospital, Alexander D., beloved son of Alexander and Ellen Nelson, 15 Downpatrick Street. Interment notice later. -- Deeply regretted.

SPENCE -- The Officers and Members of Lower Maze L.O.L. 111 regret the death of the wife of their highly-esteemed Member, Br. Matthew Spence, and extend to him and Family their deepest sympathy. -- W. Ball, W.M.

Thanks

Mrs. Cree, sister of the late Christina Craine wishes to thank the Nursing Staff of Windsor 5 City Hospital for their kind attention, Mrs. Holden for her kindness, the Foreman and Workers of No. 1 Manila Room Belfast Ropework Co. Ltd., the Neighbours and Friends who sent floral tributes and letters of condolence. Hoping this will be accepted by all. -- 110 Templemore Street.

The Husband and Family of the late Mrs. Hester Harvey wish to convey their thanks to all those who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement, especially to those who sent beautiful wreaths, telegrams, cards and letters of condolence. Hoping this sincere acknowledgment will be accepted by all. -- Boardmills, Lisburn.

The Family of the late Christina Manson wish to thank everyone who sympathised with them in their bereavement; the Rev. W.G.M. Thompson (First Ballymacarrett), Staff of Ward 13 City Hospital for their kind attention; also Employes of Messrs. Cohen, Ltd., the Neighbours of Chatsworth Street for beautiful wreaths, and Mrs. Watson and Mrs. M'Cracken for their kind attention. -- 46 Chatsworth Street.

The Nephews and Nieces of the late Elizabeth M'Callister desire to thank the Doctors, Matron, Sister and Nurses and all Friends at Clifton House; also Dean Elliott and Rev. Mr. Good for their kindness and attention during his illness. Trusting this will be accepted by all. -- Belfast and Downpatrick.

The Family of the late Lucinda Spence wish to thank all the kind Friends and Neighbours who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement; all those who sent floral tributes and letters of condolence, the Directors and Staff of the Stanley Motor Works and Mr. Alfred H. Leitch and Staff for their beautiful wreaths; also the Doctors and Nurses of Ward 17 City Hospital for their unfailing attention during illness, and those who attended the funeral. Trusting this will be accepted by all in grateful acknowledgment. -- 31 Garton Way.

The Family Circle of the late Isabella Orr wish to return their sincere thanks to the many kind Friends and Neighbours who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement, especially Dr. Samuel Sloan, Doctors, Sisters and Nurses of Ward 17 Belfast City Hospital, Rev. T.D. Turtle and all those who sent floral tributes and letters of condolence. Hoping this acknowledgment will be accepted by all. -- 47 Sandy Row.

Mrs. Peters and Daughter desire to thank the many kind Friends who sympathised with them in their recent bereavement; those who sent floral tributes, telegrams, letters of condolence, and all who attended the funeral. Trusting this acknowledgment will be accepted by all. -- George Hotel, Rathfriland.

The Wife, Daughter, Son-in-law and Family of the late Hugh Seaton wish to thank the kind Friends and Neighbours who sympathised with them in their recent bereavement, especially Nurse Henderson and Dr. Doherty for their unfailing attention; also Rev. Joseph M'Kane, and all those who sent floral tributes and letters of condolence. Trusting this acknowledgment will be accepted by all. -- Carrick Road, Monkstown.

In Memoriam

ANDREWS -- In loving memory of my dear husband, Thomas Edwin (Tom) Andrews, passed away suddenly 22nd September, 1946. -- Ever remembered by his Wife Eleanor and Daughters, Sue and Joan, 143 Downview Bungalows, Shore Road.

ATKINSON -- Cherished memories of my dear Wife and our beloved Mother, died 22nd September, 1950. -- Ever remembered by her loving Husband and Family, 81 Craigmore Street. Though absent, you are always near, still loved, still missed and very dear.

BELL -- Loving memories of my dear sister, Nora, died 22nd September, 1949; also my dear Mother, died 9th July, 1949. Loving memories, treasured ever, of days when we were all together. -- 138 Rosebery Road.

BELL -- Loving memories of my sister Nora, died 22nd September, 1949; also Mother, died 9th July, 1949. -- Remembered by all at 77 Roslyn Street. Their presence we miss, their memory we cherish.

BOWMAN -- In fond memory of our dear friend, Sarah Ann Bowman, died 22nd September, 1948. Her presence we miss, her memory we cherish. -- Always remembered by her Friends, Jo, Kathleen, Annie and Veronica, Saintfield Road.

CARBERY -- Cherished memories of a dear Husband and Father, died 22nd September, 1947; also my grandson, Samuel, died 19th September, 1948. -- Remembered always by his Wife and Family, 2 Carlisle Street. Their memories we cherish.

CLEMENTS -- In loving memory of my dear husband, Robert, killed 22nd September, 1947. -- Always remembered by his Wife and Family, 6 Meadowbank Street.

COOKE -- Loving memories of my daughter, Margaret Ann, died 22nd September, 1941.- Always remembered by her loving Mother, Robertina Kelly, Sister Ena and Nephew Billy, 7 Melbourne Court. Her company we miss, her memory we cherish.

FLYNN -- In loving memory of my dear wife, Euphemia, called Home 22nd September, 1948. -- Always remembered by her Husband, Son and Daughter, Margaret Douglas, 59 Woodcot Avenue. Sweet are the memories so silently kept.

FOSTER -- Cherished memories of Mother, died 23rd September, 1950. -- Will always be remembered by her Daughters, Martha and Minnie, Son-in-law Cecil and Grandson Campbell, 16 Wilton Square South and 39 Fort Terrace, Lisburn. Always in our thoughts.

FOSTER -- In loving memory of my dear sister, Margaret, died on 23rd September, 1950. -- Remembered by her Sister and Brother-in-law, Minnie and David Fenner; also George, 3 Southland Street.

GORDON -- In loving memory of our dear mother, Sarah E. Gordon, died 23rd September, 1930. -- Ever remembered by her loving Sons, Willie and Tom.

GRAHAM -- A token of love and remembrance of my dear husband and our dear father, Malcolm A., who died 22nd September, 1949. -- Always remembered by his loving Wife, Frances Graham, and Family, 3 Victoria Road. His company we miss, his memory we cherish.

GRANT -- In loving memory of my dear brother, Jack, who died 22nd September, 1950. -- Remembered by all at 64 Rosevale Street.

GRANT -- In loving memory of my dear nephew, John, called Home a year to-day. -- Ever remembered by the Family Circle.

GROVES -- Fondest memories of our dear Mother, died 22nd September, 1948; also our dear Father, died April 23, 1949. -- Remembered always by the Family Circle. Absent yet ever near.

HARRISON -- In loving memory of our dear father, Elias Harrison, called Home 22nd September, 1950; also our dear Mother, called Home 18th December, 1941, and our brother, Abe, 29th September, 1943. -- Still sadly missed by their loving Family, 16 Ainsworth Pass.

HEATLEY -- In loving memory of my dear wife and our dear mother, Jean, who died on 22nd September, 1946. -- Remembered by all at 5 Glenluce Green. Time slips past, but memories last.

HENSS -- In loving memory of a dearly-beloved Husband, Father and Granddad, J.W. Henss, died on 23rd September, 1950. Sweet are the memories silently kept. -- Deeply regretted by his loving Wife, Daughters and Sons-in-law, 5 Earl Haig Gardens.

HENSS -- Treasured memories to-day of Walton. -- Always remembered by his Sister-in-law and Family, M. Morgan, 30 Malcolm Street. Till we meet.

KINGHON -- In loving memory of my dear daughter, Ria, called Home on 22nd September, 1950. Jesus has my treasure, and He will comfort me. -- Sadly missed by her loving Mother, Sister, Brother; also Cousin Sammy, 130 Hillman Street, Belfast.

KINGHON -- In loving memory of my dear sister, Ria, died 22nd September, 1950. -- Always remembered by her loving Sister and Brother-in-law, Bertha and Sam Telford, 14a Canal Street, Newry. In heavenly love abiding.

KINGHON -- Treasured memories of my dear sister, Ria, died 22nd September, 1950. -- Always remembered by David and May. Loving memories left behind.

KINGHON -- Fond remembrance of our dear aunt, Ria. -- Sadly missed by Edna and Sandra, 186 Hillman Street. Her company we miss, her memory we cherish.

MAGINNIS -- In loving memory of my dear wife, Elizabeth, who died 23rd September, 1947. -- Ever remembered by her loving Husband, 40 Meyrick Park.

MAGINNIS -- Treasured memories of Mother, who died 23rd September, 1947. -- Still sadly missed by her Daughter, Son-in-law and Grandchildren, 231 Ballysillan Road.

MARSHALL -- In loving memory of my dear Mother, who died 22nd September, 1950. -- Ever remembered by her Daughter, Son-in-law and Grandchildren, 25 Belmont Church Road.

MARSHALL -- In loving memory of Mother, called Home 22nd September, 1950. -- Ever remembered by her Daughter Rita. To know you never said goodbye, will always bring regrets, but the hearts that loved you truly, are the ones that won't forget.

MARSHALL -Loving memories of my dear Mother, died 22nd September, 1950. -- Remembered by her Daughter Cathy. Worthy of everlasting remembrance.

MOORE -- In sad and loving memory of my dear son, Frank, who went Home 23rd September, 1941. -- Still fondly remembered by his loving Mother, Mrs. S. Gibson, Gortgrib Cottages, Gilnahirk. Time cannot dim the face I loved.

M'CARTNEY -- In loving remembrance of my dear sister, Sarah Christina, who died 22nd September, 1950. -- Ever remembered by her loving Sister and Niece, Edith Brown, and Cecily, 3 Dewey Street. A loving nature, a happy face; a broken link we never can replace.

M'CLURE -- In loving memory of our Father, died 22nd September, 1947; Mother, 2nd September, 1928; also Auntie, 8th October, 1930. -- Remembered by the Family Circle at Home and Sydney. Remembrance.

M'CULLOUGH -- In loving memory of my dear husband and our dear father, Francis (Frank), entered into rest September 22, 1950. -- Still sadly missed by his loving Wife, Daughters, Sons, Daughters-in-law, Sons-in-law, Grandchildren and Great-Grandchildren, Jessie M'Cullough, 58 Newcastle Street. Though absent, you are always near, still loved, still missed and very dear.

M'CULLOUGH -- In loving memory of my dear Father, called Home on the 22nd September, 1950. -- Ever remembered by his loving Daughter Annie; also Granddaughter Janet, 64 Beechwood Avenue, Bangor. To know you never said good-bye, will always bring regret; but the hearts that loved you truly, are the ones that won't forget.

M'DONALD -- In loving memory of our dear daughter and our dear sister, Elizabeth (Betty), whom God called Home 22nd September, 1948. -- Ever remembered by her Father, Mother, Brother and Sisters, 1 Seaholm Parade. Time slips past, but memories last.

M'ELROY -- Cherished memories of my dear brother, Billy, died 22nd September, 1948. -- Ever remembered by Emily, 17 Fernwood Street.

M'GOWAN -- In loving memory of my dear Wife and our dear Mother, who passed away 23rd September, 1945. -- Always remembered by her loving Husband, Son and Daughter, 12 Windsor Park, Bangor.

REID -- (26th Anniversary) -A tribute of love to the memory of my dear wife and our dear mother, Eleanor Hall Reid, who departed this life 23rd September, 1925. -- Ever remembered by her sorrowing Husband and Family, Hugh Reid, 29 Thalia Street, Belfast. The Home is lonely without you.

RITCHIE -- In loving remembrance of my dear wife, Lily, who died 22nd September, 1946. -- Ever remembered by her loving Husband, Mountain View, Ligoniel.

RODGERS -- In loving memory of Houston, died 22nd September, 1949. -- Ever remembered by Isabell

ROSE -- In loving memory of our dear little daughter, Elizabeth (Betty), who passed away 22nd September, 1945. -- Always remembered by her loving Daddy, Mammy, Brothers and Sister, 106 Mount Street. Only a memory but, oh, how dear.

TAGGART -- In loving memory of our darling daughters, Roberta, who died 22nd September, 1949, and Edna Frances, died 16th September, 1915. -Always remembered by their loving Daddy, Mammy, and Sister Betty; also Uncle John. Deep in our hearts their memory is kept, we who loved them will never forget.

THOMPSON -- A token of love and remembrance to our dear and only son, Samuel, died 22nd September, 1943. -- Always remembered by his Father, Mother and the Family Circle, 37 Whitla Street. Time may come and bring its changes, swift with every passing year, but his memory will be cherished by the hearts that hold him dear.

THOMPSON -- Cherished memories of Sammy, my only brother, died 22nd September, 1943. -- Never forgotten by his loving Sister Mary, 37 Whitla Street. A loving thought, a silent tear for the brother I lost and loved so dear.

THOMPSON -- A tribute to the memory of my only brother, Sammy, died 22nd September, 1943. -- Remembered by his Sister and Brother-in-law, Nephews and Nieces, 15 New Dock Street. Your memory is as dear to-day as in the hour you passed away.

YOUNG -- In loving memory of my dear husband, Robert, who died 23rd September, 1949. -- Sadly missed by his loving Wife and Daughters, Lilian and Roberta; also his Father-in-law, Sisters-in-law and Brothers-in-law, 25 Glencollyer Street. Some day we'll understand.

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EIRE NEWSPAPER MAN'S DEATH

Literary editor of 'Press'

The death took place suddenly on Friday at Dunfanaghy, Co. Donegal, where he was on holiday, of Mr. M. J. M'Manus, literary editor of the "Irish Press," Dublin.

A well-known book collector, he was himself the author of several books, including a biography of Mr. De Valera.

Aged about 60, and a native of Carrick-on-Shannon. Mr. M'Manus had been in charge of the literary side of the "Irish Press" since it was established in 1931, being a leader writer for many years.

He was a keen musician and golfer.

Mr. M'Manus is survived by his wife and daughter.

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BELFAST VICTIMS OF RAZOR WOUNDS

On Friday afternoon police were called to 23 Mountview Street, Belfast, where they found Mr. John Martin, aged about 71 and his wife Lily suffering from throat wounds believed to have been caused by a razor.

The couple were taken to the Royal Victoria, where their condition to-day was stated to be "slightly improved."

Police took statements and are investlgating the incident.

It is believed that Mr. and. Mrs. Martin recently returned from a holiday in London.

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BELFAST--BANGOR WEDDING

M'Cleery--Armstrong

The wedding took place in Trinity Presbyterian Church, Bangor, to-day of Mr. Samuel Derek M'Cleery and Miss Iris Margretta Armstrong, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Armstrong, Gray's Hill, Bangor. The bridegroom is son of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. M'Cleery, Mount Merrion Park, Belfast.

Rev. J. T. Carson. B.A., officiated, assisted by Rey. B. W. V. Hastie. B.A.

Miss Armstrong wore a gown of Chantilly lace and net, with tiara of diamente and seed pearls, and her bouquet was of red roses.

Miss Elizabeth M'Cullough and Miss Joan M'Giffen, bridesmaids, were in frocks of silver grey net over lavender taffeta. Their headdresses and bouquets were of pink carnations. Little Miss Brenda Joan Armstrong, trainbearer, was in white.

Mr. Raymond Allen was his cousin's best man and Mr. David Fleck was groomsman.

The honeymoon will be spent in London.

Guests were entertained at the Tonic Restaurant, Bangor.

The catering arrangements were entrusted to Lightbody's Restaurant, Bangor.

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COLERAINE MEN FOR TRIAL

William James Fleming (31), a labourer, of 13 Dunlop Street, Coleraine, was charged at a special court to-day with the larceny of a six-volt storage battery, valued 16, the property of W. G. Anderson & Co., Church Street. Coleraine.

Wm. Esdale Croscadden, a 22-year-old dealer, of Laurel Hill and Joseph Fleming aged 19, of 30 Dunlop Street, were charged with receiving the battery.

Accused were returned for trial at Coleraine Quarter Sessions, bail of 25 with two sureties of 20 each being allowed.

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FIRE STATION WILL BE IN FOWL MARKET

Banbridge Protest Fails

The Northern Ireland Fire Authority decided, at a meeting in Lisburn on Friday to go ahead with the erection of a fire station in Banbridge on the site acquired by a Vesting Order.

The site is in the fowl market and six members of the Banbridge Council had said they would resign as a protest.

A deputation from the Council attended the meeting to urge the Authority to use an alternative site "in the interests of Banbridge."

Major D.J. Christie, chairman of the Authority, said that every consideration had been given to the Council. A deputation from the Authority had met the Council and there had been a lot of correspondence.

He pointed out that the Council had originally agreed to the site but Mr. W. M'Cormick, J.P., a member of the deputation, said that a decision had been reached on a casting vote.

 

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