Contents Volume 8, 2002

Bann Disc Volume 8Page iii – Foreword

Page iv – Programme

Page v – Over to You

Page 1 – Snapshots of my Early Days in Portrush – Mildred Leslie (1903 – 2001)

Page 8 – Glimpses of Old Portrush – D. MacLaughlin

Page 11 – Portrush Shipwrecks – Robert Anderson

Page 15 – Portrush 1900 – Hugh McGrattan

Page 19 – How to Manage a Wife – from the Derry and Antrim Yearbook

Page 20 – Bellemont – A Prize -Winning Farm – Ann Robinson

Page 24 – Old Portrush in Photographs

Page 27 – The Coleraine Linnets – The Story of a Local Choir – compiled by J. Cunningham

Page 53 – The Growth of the Motor Trade in Coleraine – Lane MacFarlane

Page 60 – D. Moore and Sons Ltd. – Jennifer Cunningham

Page 62 – Round About Our Town – A Visit to Moore’s Foundry in 1958

Page 65 – Bishops: A Family Business – Tom Hamilton

Page 68 – Memories of New Row, Coleraine (circa 1941) – Stanley White

Page 76 – The Shop – Jennifer Cunningham

Page 80 – Shops and Businesses of Coleraine(1920) – the late W.F. Lake

Page 92 – Faces from the Past

Page 95 – Local Crested China – Robert Anderson

Page 97 – John McCullough (1832-1865) – Dan MacLaughlin

Page 104 – Lost and Found: the Riddle of the “Ballyrashane” Gold Hoard – Dr. Richard Warner

Page 110 – Further Memories of the Irish Society Schools in the 20th. Century – J.Cunningham

Page 115 – The Curfew Bell – Rev. Wilson, Minister of New Row church 1896 – 1918

Page 117 – A Coleraine Soldier’s Welcome Home from the Coleraine Chronicle 1901

Page 118 – Local Emigrants – A Photographic Record

Page 120 – Name That Place

Page 122 – Book Reviews

Page 126 – Office Bearers 2002-2003

Page 127 – Membership 2002-2003

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