Belfast Evening Telegraph - Wednesday, 6 November 1903

Births

BYRON -- October 30, at Mallow, County Cork, the wife of Captain Byron, D.S.O., King's Royal Rifles, of a daughter.

Marriages

SALMON--GLUCKSTEIN -- November 3, at the Bayswater Synagogue, by the Rev. Dr. Gollans, assisted by the Rev. I. Samnel, and the Rev. I. Harris, Harry, fifth son of the late Barnet Salmon and Mrs. Salmon, of 3 Lindfield Gardens, West Hampstead, to Lena, daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Isidore Gluckstein, of 22, Compayne Gardens, London.

STEWART--ADAMS -- November 5th, at Hilltown Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. H. H. Moore, M.A., Henry Stewart, of Ballygomartin, to Lizzie Adams, youngest daughter of the late John Adams, Ballygomartin.

Deaths

BROWN -- November 5th, 1903, at his residence, 17 Lyle Street, Thomas Boyd, the only and dearly-beloved son of Thomas Brown. His remains will be removed, for interment in the City Cemetery, on to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon, at half-past two o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation. THOMAS BROWN.

I.O.R. CONQUEROR (No.2) JUVENILE TENT.
The members of above tent are requested to attend the funeral of their late C.R., Brother T. Brown. J. B. WILSON, Tent Superintendent; J. A. SHIELDS, Secretary.

BUSHNELL -- November 5th, at 95 Hemsworth Street, Sarah, dearly-beloved daughter of John and Mary Bushnell. Her remains will be removed, for interment in the City Cemetery, on to-morrow (Saturday) at half-past two o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation.

CUNNINGHAM -- November 4th, at Renton Villas, Earlswood Road, Strandtown, Charles Cunningham. Funeral private.

M'FARLAND -- November 5th, at his father's residence, 42 Hatton Drive, Robert (Wee Bob), the dearly-loved son of John and Bella M'Farland, aged 1 year and 9 months. His remains will be removed from above address, for interment in First Saintfield Burying-ground, on to-morrow (Saturday), at 12 o'clock noon. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
Our dear little Bobbie, our hearts own delight,
How soon you were smitten by deans early blight.
God lent you to cheer us, not long to stay.
Your home was in heaven. He took you away.
JOHN & BELLA M'FARLAND.

SERVICE -- November 5th, 1903, at her residence, 329 Cupar Street, Elizabeth, the dearly-beloved wife of Robert Service. Her remains will be removed, for interment in the City Cemetery, on to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon, at half-past two o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation. ROBERT SERVICE

TRUESDALE -- 5th November, 1903, at his father's residence, 58 Bendigo Street, James Alexander, second and dearly-beloved son of William and Margaret Truesdale. His remains will be removed from above address, for interment in the City Cemetery, on to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon, at half-past two o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation."Gone but not forgotten." WILLIAM & MARGARET TRUESDALE.

WATSON -- November 6th, at the residence of her father, 2 Auburn Street, Belfast, Essie Johnston, the dearly-beloved daughter of John Watson. Funeral from above address, on Sunday, 8th inst., at two o'clock, for the family burying-ground, City Cemetery.Friends will please accept this intimation. JOHN WATSON

In Memoriam

BATES -- In sad and loving memory of my dear wife, Annie, who departed this life on November 6, 1901, and was interred in the Killyleagh Churchyard. Sadly missed. Inserted by her loving Husband and Family. 121 Beersbridge Road. ROBERT BATES.

HUNT -- In loving memory of my beloved wife, who feel asleep in Jesus on the 6th November, 1902, and was interred in Mosside.
     Sweet are the bells on the eventide pealing,
     Soft is the dew on the summer night steaming.
     Holy and calm in our hearts be the feeling
     That hallows the memory of her that is gone.
11 Edenderry Street. WILLIAM HUNT.

MORROW -- In loving memory of my dear son Robert (Rabbie) Morrow, who departed this life on 6th November, 1894, at Ferndale, Lisburn Road, and was interred in Ballylesson Churchyard.
     Sadly I miss him, but yet in my sorrow
          Hopes of the future can banish the pain.
     Faith points the way to a brighter to-morrow,
          Whispers a hope that I'll meet him again.
BY HIS LOVING MOTHER.

PERRIN -- In loving memory of my dear friend, Jane Perrin, who died November 6th, 1902.      Not gone from memory, nor from love,
     But to a better home above.
A. RYAN.

THOMPSON -- In loving and affectionate remembrance of our dear mother, Margaret Thompson, who died on the 6th November, 1902, and was interred in Ballymena Churchyard. "Gone bu not forgotten."
     The midnight stars are shining
          Upon her silent grave,
     Where sleepers without dreaming
          The one we could not save.
     Yet again we hope to meet her,
          When the day of life is fled,
     Then in heaven we hope to greet her,
          Where no farewell tears are shed.
Inserted by her loving Son and Daughter. THOMAS & MARGARET JANE THOMPSON. 10 Mountcollyer Street, Belfast.

Clippings

THE NEW CITY HALL.

Just opposite north-west angle of our splendid City Hall there is a well-known Specialty Depot, the business connected with which is somewhat unique in character. Here one finds a large assortment of Books Safes by eminent makers (Ratner, Milner, and Philips); "Sapolio," the famed American scouring soap; Maignen's celebrated and easily-cleaned Filter, "The Filtre Rapide," also Pasteur and Berkefeld Germ-proof Filters; Edison's world-renowned Phonographs; Berhner's marvellous Gramophones; Rippingilles (Albion Lamp Co's) popular portable Oil Warming Stoves -- now selling so freely: and hundreds of Household and other Novelties, illustrated catalogues of which will be posted free by T. EEDENS OSBORNE, Edison House, Scottish Provident Buildings, Belfast.

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FALLEN HEROES.

GRAVES OF ROYAL IRISH RIFLES IN CAPE COLONY.
WHERE THEY ARE SITUATE.

We have been favoured with the following list of the graves of the colonel, non-commissioned officers, and men of the Royal Irish Rifles who died in Cape Colony:-

1st Battallion
Regtl No.RankNamePlaceDecription of Cemetery
3896PrivateMallons, M. WynbergOttery Road
6153Private Mulcahy, F. De Aar Cemetery B12
771PrivateRussell, R.MaitlandCemetery 46B
1327Private M'Cudden, F.MaitlandCemetery 42B
2155PrivateSpence, SBurgersdorpCemetery 127
? CorporalWall, A.E. Aliwal NorthCemetery 316
2nd Battallion
  ColonelEagar Sterkstroom Old Cemetery
2367CorporalAnderson, S. Stormberg About 200 yards W. of Rooikop
5572 Lce-Corpl M'Cabe, T. Stormberg About 200 yards W. of Rooikop
3341 Lce-Corpl M'Donald, J. Stormberg About 200 yards W. of Rooikop
5594 Lce-Corpl Carson, H. Stormberg About 200 yards W. of Rooikop
4999 Private Earles, J.Stormberg About 200 yards W. of Rooikop
5238 Private Manfold, R.Stormberg About 200 yards W. of Rooikop
5548 Private Walsh, J.Stormberg About 200 yards W. of Rooikop
3663 Private M'Caulay, J. Stormberg About 200 yards W. of Rooikop
1613 Private Farrell, F. Burgersdorp Grave 129
6248Private Fenelon, T.Orange RiverCemetery, B6
2280 Sergeant Alsop, C.East London, C. of E. Cemetery 295, 5A
1180 Private Gough, G. East London C. of E. Cemetery, 255, 5A
2597 Private M'Clelland, W. East London C. of E. Cemetery, 244, 5A
? Private Haines, P. Kimberly W. E. Cemetery, 10E, G.
? Private Chapman, E. Kimberly W. E. Cemetery, 12E, B.
3392 Private Crowe, P.Maitland Cemetery, 27A
2552 Sergeant Taylor, B. Reit Vallie Mr. Becker's Farm.

 

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