Belfast Telegraph - Tuesday, 25 April 1933

Deaths

ARMSTRONG -- April 24, 1933, at Royal Victoria Hospital, Elizabeth (Lily), dearly-loved daughter of Robert and Mary Jane Armstrong. Her remains will be removed from her parents' residence, 59 Mayo Street, to-morrow (Wednesday), 26th inst., at 2-30, for interment in City Cemetery. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
"Absent from the body, at Home with the Lord."
Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Father, Mother, Sisters, and Brother.

ARMSTRONG -- April 24, 1933, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Elizabeth (Lily), dearly-loved sister of Annie Moore. Her remains will he removed from her parents' residence, 69 Mayo Street, to-morrow (Wednesday), 26th inst., at 2-30, for interment in City Cemetery.
"Safe in tŁe arms of Jesus."
Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Sister and Brother-in-law. ANNIE AND GEORGE MOORE, 425 Ballater Street, Glasgow, C.5.

MOURNE VILLA F.C.
ARMSTRONG -- Members of above Club are requested to attend the funeral of the sister of their highly-esteemed Member, R. Armstrong, Jun.
J. R. GRAHAM. Secy.; W. SMITH, Treasurer.

BINGHAM -- April 24, 1933, at the Hospital, Lisburn Road, Thomas, the dearly-beloved son of Charles and Maria Bingham. His remains will be removed from his parents' residence, 106 Sugarfield Street, on to-morrow (Wednesday), at 3 p.m., for interment in Shankill Burying-ground. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Father, Mother, and little Sister.

BLACK -- April 24, 1933, at Whiteabbey Sanatorium, Robert W., loved husband of Madge Black, and son of the late George Black and of Mrs. Black, 113 Beechfield Street. Funeral from 63 Parkmount Street, on to-morrow (Wednesday), at 3 p.m., to Dundonald. Friends please accept this (the only) intimation. At rest.
MADGE BLACK.

BLACK -- April 24, 1933, Robert William (Rupert), son of the late Mr. Geo. Black, late Stationmaster, Saintfield, and Mrs. Black, 113 Beechfield Street, Belfast. Funeral from 63 Parkmount Street, Shore Road, tomorrow (Wednesday), at 3 p.m., to Dundonald Cemetery.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Mother, Sisters, and Brothers.

BOYD -- April 24, 1933, at her residence, 65 Oldpark Road, Sarah Boyd. Her remains will be removed. from above address on Thursday, 27th inst., at 2-30 p.m., for interment in Balmoral Cemetery.
Deeply regretted by her Brother, Sisters, Nephews, and Niece.

BRAITHWAITE -- April 24, 1933, at his residence, 63 Pernau Street, John (Paul) Braithwaite. The remains of our beloved father will be removed from the above address to-morrow (Wednesday), at 2-30, for interment ib City Cemetery.
Christ shall join each broken link.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Sons and Daughter. HUGH, JOHN, AND EDITH.

BROWN -- April 24, 1923, at his residence, Drumgavilen, Ballynahinch, William, dearly-beloved Husband of Mary Brown. His remains will be removed from above address to-morrow (Wednesday), at 2 p.m., for interment in Magheradroll Burying-ground. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Deeply regretted. MARY BROWN.

BURLING -- April 24, 1933, at Ards District Hospital, Margaret C. Burling. The remains of our beloved mother will be removed from 72 James Street, Newtownards, on to-morrow (Wednesday), at 4 p.m., for interment in Movilla Cemetery.
Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Family.

CLUGSTON -- April 24, 1933, at her residence, Cogry, Ballyclare, Margaret Clugston. The remains of our dear aunt will be removed for interment in Ballylinney Burying-ground on tomorrow (Wednesday), at, 3-30 p.m. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
SAMUEL CLUGSTON, MARY SHANNON, AND MARTHA INGRAM.

CORKEN -- April 24, 1933, at her grandparents' residence, 11 M'Keown Street, Lisburn, Sarah, the only child of James and the late Sarah Corken, Warren Park. Funeral from her grandparents' residence, on to-morrow (Wednesday), at 3 p.m., for interment in Lisburn Cemetery. Friends will please accept this intimation.
A lamb in the Shepherd's fold.
Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Father, Grandfather, Grandmother, and Great-Grandmother.

FERGUSON -- April 25, 1933, at his sister-in-law's residence, 1 Castle Terrace, Larne Harbour, William Taylor, beloved husband of Margaret Ferguson. Funeral to-morrow (Wednesday), at 9 p.m., to Larne New Cemetery.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Sons.

BOYNE DEFENDERS L.O.L. 1297. FERGUSON -- The Officers and Members of above Lodge are requested to attend the funeral of their late highly-respected Brother, William Ferguson, to-morrow (Wednesday), at 3 p.m.
T. PEOPLES. W.M.; A. KUSSELL, Secretary.

HEANEY -- April 24, 1933, at Royal Victoria Hospital, Minnie Heaney, late of Cripples' Institute. Her remains will he removed from above Hospital to-morrow (Wednesday), at 2-30, for interment in Lisburn Cemetery.
     "Safely anchored."
Deeply regretted by her Cousin (Lala); also her faithful Friend (Lizzie Stewart).

HEANEY -- April 24, 1933, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast, Minnie Heaney (late of Cripples' Institute, Belfast). Funeral private. Deeply regretted,

IRELAND -- April 24, 1933, John, younger and dearly-loved son of John and Elizabeth Ireland. His remains will be removed from 67 Ardenvohr Street, to-morrow (Wednesday), at 2-30 p.m., for interment to Dundonald Cemetery.
     "Pillowed on my Saviour's breast,"
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Father ana Mother, Brother, and Sister.

JAMIESON -- April 25, 1933, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Annie, beloved wife of James Jamieson. Funeral from her mothers residence, Ballinloob, Dunloy, to-morrow (Wednesday), at 3 p.m., (S.T.), to the family burying-ground, Dunloy. Friends Will please accept this (the only) intimation.
     "Gone to be with Christ, which is far better."
Station Road, Larne.

KERR -- April 23, 1933, at Antrim Mental Hospital, Harriet M. A., beloved wife of Joseph Kerr, Tanzy Road, Ballinderry. Funeral from above hospital at 11 a.m. to-morrow (Wednesday), by motor, arriving at Magheragall Churchyard about 12 noon. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Deeply regretted br her sorrowing Husband, Brothers, and Sister; also her Nephews and Nieces.

MARTIN -- April 24, 1933, at Sunapee House, Dromore, Co. Down, David, eldest son of the late William Martin, Rockview, Ballyvicknakelly, Dromore. Funeral on to-morrow (Wednesday), at 3 o'clock, to Banbridge Road Presbyterian Churchyard.

MILLIKEN -- April 25, 1933, at her residence, 21 Ponsonby Avenue, Marianne, dearly-beloved wife of Robert Milliken. Funeral from above address on Thursday, at 2-30 p.m., to Carnmoney.
Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Husband and Family.

MILLIKEN -- April 25, 1933, at her residence, 21 Ponsonby Avenue, Marianne, dearly-beloved mother of Robert Milliken. Funeral from above address on Thursday, at 2-30 p.m., to Carnmoney.
Deeply regretted by her loving Son, Daughter-in-law, and Grandson. ROBT. V., BEATRICE, AND NORMAN MILLIKEN. 521 Oldpark Road.

MORRISON -- April 25, 1933, at his residence, Shore Street, Killyleagh, Alexander, dearly-beloved husband of Minnie Morrison. Funeral from above address on Thursday, at 3 p.m., for interment in Killyleagh Meeting House.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Family; also his Daughter-in-law ana Grandchildren.

M'CALLUM -- April 24, 1933, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, William C. M'Callum, dearly-beloved son of Margaret and the late John M'Callum. His remains will be removed from his late residence, 26 Peveril Street, on to-morrow (Wednesday), at 1-30, for interment in Millrow Burying-ground, Antrim.
Deeply regretted by his loving Mother, Brothers, and Sister.

M'CLURE -- April 25, 1933, at her residence, 8 Camberwell Terrace, Antrim Road, Matilda Hodges, wife of the late James M'Clure, formerly of Ballycastle, Co. Antrim. Funeral private.
Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Daughter, Son-in-law, and Grand-daughters. AMELIA AND WILLIAM DUNN, 58 Bawnmore Road.

M'CLURE -- April 25, 1933, at her residence, 8 Camberwell Terrace, Antrim Road, Belfast, Matilda Hodges, wife of the late James M'Clure, formerly of Ballycastle, Co. Antrim.. Funeral private.

M'lLVEEN -- April 21, 1933, at his residence, Glassdrummond, Ballynahinch, Arthur, beloved husband of Eliza M'Ilveen. Funeral to-morrow (Wednesday), at 3 p.m., for interment in First Presbyterian Burying-ground, Ballynahinch. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Family.

GLASSDRUMMOND L.O.L. No. 660.
M'ILVEEN -- The Officers and Brethren are requested to attend the funeral of their late Worshipful Master, Br. Arthur M'Ilveen, at 3 p.m., on to-morrow (Wednesday), to First Presbyterian Burying-ground.
ROBERT GIBSON, Deputy Master; JOHN HEMPKIN, Secy.

BALLYNAHINCH DISTRICT L.O.L. No. 17
MILVEEN -- The Officers and Members of the above are requested to attend the funeral of Worshipful Brother Arthur M'Ilveen, from Glassdrummond, at 3 p.m., on to-morrow (Wednesday).
ROBERT BROWN, Deputy Master; WILLIAM BELL, Dist. Deputy Master; DAVID REID, Secy.

M'KEE -- April 24, 1933, at her residence, 6 Church Street, Newtownards, Jane, widow of James M'Kee. Orlock. The remains of my dear sister-in-law will be removed from above address to-morrow (Wednesday), at 2-30 p.m., for interment in Bangor New Cemetery.
Deeply regretted by her Sister-in-law, MARTHA W. COURTNEY, 24 Moore's Place, Belfast.

O'NEILL -- April 24, 1933, at her residence, 461 Falls Road, Belfast, Mary O'Neill, youngest daughter of Francis and Mary O'Neill. -- R.I.P. Funeral from St. John's Church, on to-morrow (Wednesday), at 2 p.m.
Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on her soul.

PATTEN -- April 24, 1933, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Elizabeth J. (Elsie), eldest and much-loved daughter of Joseph and Grace Patten. Funeral from her late residence, Haystown, Straid. Ballyclare, to-morrow (Wednesday), at 1 o'clock, to Ballylinney Burying-ground. Friends will please accept this intimation. Deeply regretted.

SMYTH -- April 25, 1933, at her brother's residence, 27 Sandown Road, Sadie, beloved daughter of the late David and Elizabeth Smyth. The remains of our beloved sister will be removed from above address on Thursday, 27th April, at 3 p.m., for interment in Dundonald Churchyard.
Gone to be with Christ, Whom she trusted.
Deeply regretted by her Sister, Brother, and Niece. LIZZIE, BETTY, AND HUGH SMYTH.

STAR OF THE NORTH L.O.L. 1053, BALLYHACKAMORE.
SMYTH -- The Officers and Members of above Lodge are requested to attend the funeral of the sister of their highly-esteemed Member, Br. H. Smyth, P.M.
R. VANCE. W.M.; P. HABBIS. P.M., Secy.

ALBERT TOTRAL ABSTINENCE R.B.P. 322.
SMYTH -- The Officers and Sir Knights of above Preceptory are requested to attend the funeral of the sister of their highly-esteemed member, Sir Knt. H. Smyth. P.M., Treasurer.
J. BARR, W.M.; D. HUME, P.M., Reg.

TOWNSEND -- (Suddenly), on 24th April, 1933, Arthur John, dearly-beloved husband of Annie Savage Townsend, 22 Glencollyer Street, Belfast. Funeral private.

BOILERMAKERS IRON, AND STEEL SHIPBUILDERS' SOCIETY. BELFAST No. 1 BRANCH.
TOWNSEND -- The Officers and Members deeply regret to learn of the death of their highly respected and esteemed Secretary, Br. A. J. Townsend.
J. HAROLD, President; JAS. BOYD, Treasurer.

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ALLAN -- April 25, 1933, at his residence, 1 North Street, Ballymena, Andrew, beloved husband of Margaret Allan. Funeral to-morrow (Wednesday), at 6 p.m., to New Cemetery.

SMYTH -- April 25, 1933, at a Nursing Home, Lisburn, Catherine, widow of W. O. Smyth, Enniskillen. Funeral private.

Thanks

The Sons and Daughters-in-law of the late JAMES GREER desire to thank all the kind Friends and Neighbours who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement; also those who sent floral tributes and letters of condolence. Trusting this acknowledgment will be accepted by all -- 73 Omeath Street.

The Sister of the late JAMES MOORE wishes to thank all the kind Friends and Neighbours who sympathised with her in her sad bereavement, especially Blue Banner. L.O.L. 1942, and to all those who sent letters of sympathy. Hoping this acknowledgement will be accepted by all. -- 47 Bracken Street.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. O'Prey, Jun., wish to thank sincerely the numerous kind Friends who sympathised with them on the death of their little daughter, Pat; to those who sent letters and telegrams, and to the Children for their beautiful flowers. -- 40 Fleet Street, Belfast.

Sons and daughter of their late mother, ELIZA A. PATTERSON desire to return 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. Trusting this will be accepted by all. -- 20 Dufferin Avenue, Bangor.

The Family of the late ROWLAND SAVAGE desire to return their sincere thanks to the many kind Friends and Neighbours who sympathised with them in their recent bereavement, especially to those Friends who sent beautiful floral tributes and letters of condolence. Trusting this acknowledgment will be accepted by all. -- 1 Clonallen Street.

Mrs. Sinclair desires to return thanks to all Friends and Neighbours who personally, or by letter, sympathised with her in her great sorrow in the death of her dear aunt, Mrs. MARY M"LARNON; also those who sent floral tributes. Trusting this acknowledgment will be accepted by all. -- Kinnegar, Holywood, Co. Down.

In Memoriam

ARTT -- In loving memory of my dear Husband, and our dear Father, who passed away April 25, 1932.
     O call it not death,
     It is life begun.
Inserted by his loving Wife and Family, 31 Woodvale Street.

DUNWOODY -- In fond add loving remembrance of my dear little son, and grandson, Bobby, aged 15 years, whom Jesus called to Himself on the 25th April, 1932; also his dear Grandfather, who was called to join him on the 15th February, 1933. Both at rest in Dundonald Cemetery.
     My Lord is reconciled,
          His loving voice I hear,
     He holds me as a little child,
          I do no longer fear.
Ever remembered by his loving Father. Sadly missed and remembered with love by his devoted Grandmother and all at home. E. DUNWOODY. 74 Northumberland Street.

FOWLER -- In loving memory of my dear wife, Isabella, who departed this life April 25, 1931.
     "To memory ever dear."
JOSEPH FOWLER. 16 Bracken Street.

GALWAY -- In loving memory of my dear Grandmother, who passed away on the 25th April, 1932.
     If all the world, were mine to give,
          I'd give it, yes, and more.
     To clasp the hand of granny dear,
          And see her just once more.
Ever remembered by her loving Grand-daughter, MABEL ACHESON. 69 Langford Street.

GORDON -- In loving remembrance of Father, called to rest April 25, 1928.
Ever remembered by his Son. 25 Rockview Street.

MERCER -- In fond and cherished memory of our dear and only son, John Quigley Mercer, who died (the result of an accident), April 25, 1928, and who was laid to rest in Balmoral Cemetery.
     We think we see your smiling face
          Through a mist of anxious tears.
     For a parent's part is a broken heart
          And a burden of lonely years.
Sadly missed by Us loving Father and Mother. WILLIAM J. AND MARY MERCER. 3 and 5 Stroud Street, Belfast.
Also his Friend, J. M'C.

MERCER -- In tender and ever loving remembrance of my only Brother, John Q. Mercer, who died (result of an accident) April 25, 1928.
     A claim on my love
          Growing sweeter with years,
     A hold on my heart
          That time only endears,
     A memory corner
          Untouched by another --
     You will have these things always
          My own darling Brother.
Fondly remembered by his only Sister, MAY.

MERCER -- A token of remembrance to John Q. Mercer, died 25th April, 1928.
     "Lost we forget."
Fondly remembered by his Friends. AGNES AND HUGH BINGHAM Also wee Hugh. 204 Matilda Street.

M'CORMICK -- In loving memory of my dear husband, Victor M'Cormick, who departed this life on 25th April, 1932; also our dear son James, who died in June, 1931.
     Though link by link is broken,
          And tears unseen do fall,
     I look amidst my sorrow
          To Him Who knowest all.
Sadly missed by his loving Wife and Children (Ellen and Victor).

M'CORMICK -- Treasured memories of my beloved son, Victor, called Home on the 25th April, 1932.
Never for a moment forgotten by his sorrowing Mother. 16 Hanna Street. Also Brothers, Joshua and Thomas.

M'COY -- In loving remembrance of my dear father, and our dear brother, John M'Coy, called to rest April 25, 1931.
     Resting in the Saviour's love.
Ever remembered by his loving Daughter, Ella, and his Sisters. 8 and 14 Lawnview Street.

M'KINNEY -- In loving remembrance of our dear daughter, Alice, who fell asleep in Jesus on the 25th April, 1931.
     By faith we see her yonder,
     Midst streets of shining gold,
     In the the Home of Christ her Saviour.
Ever remembered by her loving Father and Mother, Brothers, and Sisters. 12 Groomsport Street.

NEILL -- In loving memory of Robert Neill, who departed this life 25th April, 1926, and was interred in Dundonald Cemetery.
"In memory's silent register he lives."
Deeply regretted by his Wife and Son. M. AND S. NEILL. 3 Church Street East.

OFFICER -- In loving remembrance of my dear husband, and our beloved father Andrew Officer, who died on 25th April, 1932.
     His life was short, his path was rough.
          His pain was hard to bear;
     But God thought best to take him Home
          To rest with Him up there.
Ever remembered by his loving Wife and Family. Ballykennedy, Dundrod.

PATTON -- In fond and loving memory of Jean S. Patton, who died 25th April, 1930.
     "Ever in our thoughts."
Inserted by her loving Father and Mother, and Sister (Molly). 258 Woodstock Road.

WARING -- In loving memory of our dear daughter, Isabel, who died on April 25, 1924, and was interred in Carnmoney Cemetery.
     A face that is ever before us.
          A voice that we cannot forget.
     A smile that will linger for ever.
          In our memory we still see it yet.
Ever remembered by her loving Father and Mother, Sisters, and Brothers. R. AND E. WARING, 7 Leadbetter Street.

WARING -- In loving memory of our dear sister, Isabel, who died on April 25, 1924, and was interred in Carnmoney Cemetery.
     Not just to-day, but every day.
     In silence we remember.
Ever remembered by her loving Brother and Sister-in-law. DAVID AND EVA WARING, 31 Leadbetter Street.

WEIR -- In loving memory of my dear wife, Sarah Orr Weir (Sally), who departed this life on 25th April, 1931, and war interred in Carnmoney Cemetery.
Ever remembered by Her loving Husband and Daughter (wee Betty). THOMAS WEIR, 185 North Queen Street.
Also her Father-in-law, Mother-in-law. THOMAS AND ELIZABETH WEIR.
Sisters-in-law, and Brothers-in-law. 171 North Queen Street.

Clippings

COMIC SITUATION IN CO. LEITRIM.

SELF-APPOINTED WORKERS.

COUNCIL RECOMMENDS PAYMENT.

A remarkable situation has arisen in County Leitrim over the payment of a number of self-appointed workers on the Council's road relief schemes.

At a special meeting of the Council on Monday, the Surveyor, Mr. E. O'Neill Clarke, said that a number of men took it on themselves to start work without the Council's sanction, and seeing that they acted in defiance of the Council, he could not see his way to pay them. If a body of men could proceed to work when they pleased and were paid for it, it would soon be absolutely impossible to carry out the work of the Council in a businesslike way. Such a state of things could not be tolerated, particularly as one of his assistants had received a note front someone signing himself "I.R.A.," giving a strong hint, if the payment was not made, what would happen. If he (the surveyor) sanctioned payment in such circumstances he would not be worth his salt, and he would not do so unless he received a direction from the Local Government Department.

The Chairman (Mr. M. Carter) said it was decided by a committee at a previous meeting to pay these men, and he did not see how the Council could go back on that. The men wanted a few shillings and they worked in ignorance of the law.

A number of members expressed themselves as opposed to payment under these circumstances.

It was decided, however, that the Department be asked to authorise the payment of the unauthorised workers, but that if such a situation should arise in future no payment be made under any circumstances.

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ULSTER LADY DIES IN CANADA

HAD CLOSE ANTRIM ASSOCIATIONS.

The death has taken place at Harkaway, Ontario. Canada, of Mrs. Wm. Wright, who had close associations with Antrim town. She was born there in 1862, the eldest of a family of nine, and some time after their marriage 43 years ago she and her husband emigrated to Canada, where they settled on a farm near Temple Hill, owned by Mr. Wright's father.

Mrs. Wright, whose maiden name was Elisabeth Holmes, is survived by her husband, two sisters and one brother -- Mrs. H. Patton, Harkaway, Ontario; Mrs. Labor, and Mr. James Holmes, Belfast. It was while on a visit to Mrs. Patton that she succumbed to a short illness.

 

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