Belfast Evening Telegraph - Monday, 29 June, 1891


COLLISON -- June 21, at East Bilney Rectory, the wife of Rev. Henry Collison, of a son.

LOWRY -- June 28, at Aughnacloy, the wife of I. Adams Lowry, of a son.


ALLISON--WOODS -- June 25, at the Parish Church of Craigs, by the Rev. A. T. Kirkpatrick, Rector of the Parish and the Rev. W. Hobhouse, M.A., Christ Church, Oxford, Haslett Allison, M.D., Surgeon-Major Madras Army, to Mary Hunter, eldest daughter of M. Woods, Craigs, Cullybackey. No cards.


KIRKWOOD -- June 26, at the Cottage, Cushendall, County Antrim, Anne Kirkwood, aged 86 years.

KINGAN -- June 27, at his residence, Dromara, William John Kinghan, formerly of Mountpottinger, Belfast.

LIGGETT -- June 28, at 7 Ventry Street, Belfast, Jane (Jennie), second daughter of the late William Liggett. The remains of my beloved daughter will be removed from the above address, for interment in Banbridge, to-morrow (Tuesday) morning, at ten o'clock, by train leaving Great Northern Railway at eleven o'clock, arriving in Banbridge at 12.15. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation. AGNES LIGGETT.

M'CLEMENTS -- June 28, at 22 Essex Street, Belfast, Arthur Henry, dearly-beloved son of William J. and Maggie A. M'Clements, aged 6 months. His remains will be removed for interment in Balmoral Cemetery, to-morrow (Tuesday) morning, at ten o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation.

NIXON -- June 28, at her father's residence, Ballyginiff, Maggie A., fourth daughter of Samuel A. Nixon. Her remains will be removed for interment in Killead Burying-ground, to-morrow (Tuesday) afternoon, at two o'clock. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.

SMYTH -- June 28, at his residence, 16 Newry Street, Banbridge, Joseph Smyth, aged 79 years.


Local Brevities

The band of the Lancashire Fusiliers will visit the recreation grounds at Glengormley to-morrow evening, and discourse a select programme of popular music from eight o'clock. The steam tramcars will run from Chichester Park every half hour during the evening.


Belfast Bankruptcy Court

The weekly sitting of the Court was held in the Crown Court of the County Courthouse to-day, commencing at eleven o'clock, by Mr. Henry Fitzgibbon, Q.C., local Bankruptcy judge; Mr. H. M'Neile M'Cormick, registrar; Mr. J. H. B. Murphy, assistant-registrar; and Mr. Edward Allworthy, official assignee, were in attendance.


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