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A RED LETTER DAY,

A RED LETTER DAY,

by the ladies of toe town and district, each child being also at same time supplied with a packet of sweets. Colonel William A. Trail], D. 8.0., delivered a short address, and a choir under the leadership of Mr. R. Gaw sang " 0 God, our Help in ages past"
June 30, 1921 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TR I ryf 9 TIM BATJIMA T. JIINZ 8 318 OBITUARY. Tambight 0' Crißy Bee Keepers Association met on Monday

TR I ryf 9 TIM BATJIMA T. JIINZ 8 318 OBITUARY. Tambight 0' Crißy Bee Keepers Association met on Monday

His Grace delivered a most interesting address on "The War and Religion." The Rev. A. H. Maturin, M.A., Maghera; Mr. William A. Trail!, Bushmills, took part :n the service. The praise portion of the aerrioe was nicely rendered by a children's choir, trained
June 8, 1918 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
An Irish Publication.

An Irish Publication.

the Giants Causeway and Portrush Premier Electric Tramway, a description of which is accom• panied by a portrait of Mr. William A. Trail!, ALA., . 1- •• ; t aller and iulterprisiag gentleman to whom North Antrim owes its pre-eminence in this respect. The
December 24, 1910 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Ballistoy.

Ballistoy.

Nacnaghtee, Bare, /1.11.1..., Right Ron. Lord Macoaghtee. Reser, James Boyle, J.P., R. K. Mingle'. J P., A. H. &sea. William A. Trail, C.E.. Alexander ll'Allietwe, William Templeton, John Brown, William Brown, William Rice, and Daniel WHallan ; -Mennen
April 9, 1904 - Northern Constitution - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
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numbs/sot Berths Waned early Apeldoorn should to made. rot halbert lrlAtalar. to Fart , . Time TWA.. and Gulace.or apply WILLIAM WCONCHIE, Trail° Mumma. 21,Wanna 11, eel, ties Paws SOVillis ICIARMERS and others can procure SAND orowr su. roams zoos TO BE irrsurso
December 1, 1906 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ELECTRIC TRAM FOR PORTSTEWART. SUGGESTION BY MR. W. A. TRAILL. C.E. The following letter has been addressed to Mr. R.

ELECTRIC TRAM FOR PORTSTEWART. SUGGESTION BY MR. W. A. TRAILL. C.E. The following letter has been addressed to Mr. R.

The following letter has been addressed to Mr. R. Henry. chairman of the Pertstesart Urban District Council, by Mr. William A. Trail!, ('.E:— Dear Sir—l stab to approach you and, through you, the whole body of the Urban District Council upon a matter
May 20, 1926 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ATTKMKT TO CAPTVIE THE PAim- MR. REDMOND AND THE LADIES.

ATTKMKT TO CAPTVIE THE PAim- MR. REDMOND AND THE LADIES.

M'Klwae, Mianw, tl.itfat. Dr. Chrialie. Daniel Lugne. John Shaila. A. tiettigan. D.C., Daniel lalgue. Mnhael metyhantj, William A. Trail, Jimn Eddie. William MKinley. Patrick Ln«ue. Moure. Patrick Uugy. John W. Mat.najg, Wilkinaou, Mr. Biamll. Patrick M'Hr
February 3, 1910 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE BALLYMONEY FREE PRESS. B 0 Y

THE BALLYMONEY FREE PRESS. B 0 Y

United States of America. On the motion of Mr. W. J. Tweed, seconded by Mr. William Sinclair, the chair was taken by Mr. William A. Trail!, C.E., managing director of the Tramway Company. The Chairman, in his opening remarks, said they were met there that
September 28, 1911 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE INQUIRY INTO DOAN'S.

THE INQUIRY INTO DOAN'S.

370 110 14 0 1,485 511 1910 36,969 2,145 110 17 2 1.38012 a The retiring directors are Mr. Chas- MID. Stuart and Mr. William A. Trail. They are eligible and offer themselves for I re-election. 1 ANTHONY TRAILL, Chairman. DANIEL FALL, Secretary. Engineer's
February 16, 1911 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A HROOM HINT.

A HROOM HINT.

press. the ralthle them. A Coirr eries out that mull cease ilwir wrangling. is silence. Ind a figure. re•ognisrd as William Shakes• trail•, walk , toward tlw printing press. and picks tip a hook. t. inns. pages. his great char Arleta enter arena, group
June 13, 1924 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland