GRATTAN 'S

... Sir Arthur Hannon and Sir John Macgill. had snatched the arms of the King's men there. Then the news arrived that the other Protestant leaders tailed to effect the design. and in disgust ltawton and Macgill ordered the arms which had teen thus taken to ...

GRATTAN 'S

... Caughey. J.P.: John Martin. J.P.: and John Whitla responded in appro• priate stxethrs. Res. Dr. Graham proposed The Town and Trade et Xewtownards. - he was glad to sad•. were increasing. The toast was well received and responded to Lc Messrs. John Revenson ...

GRATTANS Thirst Quenchers. -STONE* mimm

... GRATTANS Thirst Quenchers. -STONE* ami spat his faeo. Kelly had his pipe and knife in his hand when witness struck him. Robert Trnesdale and Robert Golding were also examined. M** Kelly swore that Golding told her the Truesuales had asked him to swear ...

Published: Thursday 28 July 1904
Newspaper: Tyrone Courier
County: Tyrone, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1606 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

Grattan Branch, Southampton

... Grattan Branch, Southampton. The usual weekly meeting on Friday last was attended by very large number the members to hear Mr. John Valentine’s address, entitled/* A plea for Home Rule for Ireland.” Mr. Valentine, whose record in the Irish cause is bo ...

THE NATIONAL BANK LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1835 DIRECTORS JAMES BLACKADER MEERS. Esq.. C. 8., Chairman. Sir THOMAS H ..

... MEERS. Esq.. C. 8., Chairman. Sir THOMAS H. GRATTAN ESMONDE. Bart., Deputy-Chairman. MICHAEL JOSEPH COOKE, Esq. Right lion. the F.tRI. OF KEN• JAMES JOHN O'CONNELL. Esq. MARE. CA .O. Rt. lion Sir THOMAS FRANCIS JOHN PHILIP BUTLER. Esq. MOLONV. Bart., P.C. ...

Published: Thursday 28 July 1932
Newspaper: Belfast Telegraph
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Advertisement | Words: 429 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

Many Special Often daring Last Week of Sale. Special late prices for Factory Oddments in Ladies’ and Gent.’s ..

... Many Special Often daring Last Week of Sale. Special late prices for Factory Oddments in Ladies’ and Gent.’s Cardigans and Boys’ Jerseys. impeccable an institution as some would have us believe. He says they are aa clean team of men as ever led a country ...

Published: Wednesday 28 January 1931
Newspaper: Derry Journal
County: Londonderry, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1574 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

, THE NEW SHOPS—LONDON FASHION STORES—RegaI Buildings, Portadown NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY- COATS, FROCKS, ..

... DAILY- COATS, FROCKS, MILLINERY, PULLOVERS, CARDIGANS, STOCKINGS AND LOVELY UNDERWEAR. AUCTION IBAL.ICIII R. CHAPMAN & CO.'S SALES. Tuesday. Oct. 10, 3 p.m., in Clonmacate, valuable 7} acre outlying farm for Mr. John TOdd. Wednesday, Oct. 11, 11 a.m., at ...

Published: Friday 06 October 1939
Newspaper: Portadown Times
County: Armagh, Northern Ireland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1986 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

CARDIGAN BY-ELECTION

... CARDIGAN BY-ELECTION. Tlio firtfc weak cl the Cardigan by-election concluded with the reeult very much an open quew tiou. Captain Evans (Coalition candidate) «- pressed eaiialaction with the progress of his candidature. Liberals claim a majority in the ...

Published: Monday 07 February 1921
Newspaper: Belfast News-Letter
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 212 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

Pure Wool Cardigans 7/6 12/6 17/6 27/6 PBEMIEBHOUSE. 89*91, NORTH STREET. Best Box Calf Welted Wide Welts. ..

... ALLEGED ARMED ROBBERT. Three Hem Returned for Mai. Statement by Joint Trustees tbs Present Position. Samuel Wateon, Dnfferis Street; Joseph Galbraith, Wallace'» Row; and John Hamilton, Newcastle Street, were charged remand with robbery while armed. Mr. J ...

Published: Saturday 30 September 1922
Newspaper: Belfast News-Letter
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1815 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

IN THE POLICE COURTS. The Bigamy Charge Accused Returned for Trial. AFTER THE “WAKE.” iched arm'd at :ated, ..

... Eliiabeth Rooke. The ceremony performed Rev; Henry Gordon, and the triinesses were Tbomas Williamson and Elizabeth Grattan Elizabeth Grattan stated she was 12th May, 1890, in Trin.ty Chiirch^hen the marriage Alexander Irwm Elizabeth Rooke took place.. bridesmaid ...

“OUR ARMS ARE FOR OUR KING.'’

... supreme test their loyalty. They had armed themselves not for aggression, but for Imperial defence. Their Empire was threatened and not for a moment did they waver. “Rally the flag; put aside all quarrels; our arm are for our King,’ was their answer ...

Published: Saturday 04 August 1917
Newspaper: Larne Times
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 5420 | Page: 3 | Tags: none