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TICE IRISH

TICE IRISH

Causeway Electric Tramway, the first hydro-electric tramway in the world. Born in 1844, Mr. Traill was the third son of Mr. William Trail, of Ballylough House, Busbmills. He was brother of the late Dr. Anthony Traill , Provost of Trinity College, Dublin. Mr
July 7, 1933 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LEEDS DOG SHOW. Belfast Exhibitor Has Four Firsts. At Leeds championship do#? show yesterday Mr. J F M Kinstry. Belfast,

LEEDS DOG SHOW. Belfast Exhibitor Has Four Firsts. At Leeds championship do#? show yesterday Mr. J F M Kinstry. Belfast,

Macartney, John Itowan, Jas. Agnew, Jas. E. Leslie, Nat Alexander, Charles M Gildowny, Edward Bruce, John White. Hugh Leckey, William Trail, Hugh Montgomery. James Watson, J. Owens, Robert Thompson, Wm. John•ton. Geo. Handcock. J. F. Ferguson, John M. Casement
July 21, 1938 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A HUNDRED YEARS AGO

A HUNDRED YEARS AGO

Belfast. Charles M’Oildowney, Esq., for the Barony of Carey. James Owens, Esq , for the Lower Half Barony Mas«>ereene. William Trail, James llannay, J-'liJ M'Cance. John M’Neile. Lyons. Hugh Leckcy, Robert Thomson. William Millrr, Thomas Davison, George
July 9, 1934 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A HUNDRED YEARS ACO

A HUNDRED YEARS ACO

M’Gildowney, John White, Charles O’Hara, James Watson, John Owens. Cieorge Handcock, Jas. S. Moore. Conway Dobbs. John Irving, William Trail, James Hannay. James Moore, John M. Casement, George Joy, Thomas Davison, Esqrs
April 15, 1937 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
r. taiiiseve Itrfoborr Awe*. ItMIIeM Wong Int. Cottages... IVO AIM* /Motors. ISO :oats. J. • P. 60,0 Do. "B" Prof. 27 'oil

r. taiiiseve Itrfoborr Awe*. ItMIIeM Wong Int. Cottages... IVO AIM* /Motors. ISO :oats. J. • P. 60,0 Do. "B" Prof. 27 'oil

L udt. . to th e Cny r E.M.l.'s a few panne Mr. Train,. who was tlii third son of Na Nether. ith. STUMM l a t e Air . William Trail!, ' , an: t ri her. and Mater, imam. BIIORT. Ohne. counters are a trifle &Melilla, ones bon is SLIINDINNINaI i k Velvet
July 6, 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ARMED RAID AT RANDALSTOWN. JIIR.Y'S SUGGOiTiON ON TRIAL

ARMED RAID AT RANDALSTOWN. JIIR.Y'S SUGGOiTiON ON TRIAL

Brigadier-General Thomas Kelly Evans Johnston, U. 8., D.L.; Mr. Robert Arthur Alexander, D.L.; Lieutenant-Oolonel William Stewart Trail', D. 5.0., D.L.; Lieutenant-Colonel John Patrick, D.L.; Mr. James Young, D.L., Mr. St. Clair Mulholland Dobbs, D.L
March 17, 1932 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST CENTRAL MISSION.

BELFAST CENTRAL MISSION.

muter ex- Sergerint-Nlajor Thomas M`Faill, M.M., and et-Sergeant David Fsdale, and later handed over to Lent.-Colonel William A. Trail!. D.S.D. Beaded by the Fhishmills Pipe Band they marched along Main Street and Bridge Street to the ehureh, where seats
November 14, 1932 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BtiSHIIILLS.

BtiSHIIILLS.

parish Church, and the Rev. Samuel Akunder, 8.A., Dunluco Presbyterian Church, conducted the service, while Lieut.-Colonel William A. Trail!, D. 5.0., rod the hat of the fallen. Hymns were sung by a large choir under the leadership of Mr. R. J. Gaw, and the
November 12, 1931 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COWHIDE

COWHIDE

Twickenham. Mr. Basks nib was take nthe forthcoming Poor-Law elections. There sided, apologised for the absence of Mr. William A. Trail'. chairman of the cum- numbers of wholly unemployed persons re- to the hospital on the 15th of last mont was a full
April 21, 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

tot Interment in finally burying-ground. First Saint. lola. on oedneatay. 13th WILL I AM at 1 s'eloelt. THOMAS Ago WILLIAM HIMPTON. 'trail -April 9, MIL at tas i Hospitel. Me- ows I. Elisabeth. w ow of William smog Hughe s iformerly of ester. Funeral from
April 11, 1932 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland