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GOVERNMENT OF MALTA

GOVERNMENT OF MALTA

Malta, Thursday.—At noun to-day Bir Leslie Rundle, Governor, supported by the Archbishop, Admiral Sir Assheton Curson- Howe, the principal officers of both naval and military services, and members of the Executive and Legislative Councils, read fiom the balcony of the Palace his
1 January 1910 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Tax POEX TRADE.

Tax POEX TRADE.

This is one our local industries which still maintains the good refSbtation long sines established in the British markets. The old brands are still the front, and as result our local merchants have enjoyed a successful year’s trading. The supplies during the year were someauat s
1 January 1910 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE 800 TRADE.

THE 800 TRADE.

This is one department of the export trade which presents most hopeful and encouraging outlook, despite all the efforts of the foreigner to divert the current supplies and the tricky trader palm off the foreign product the genuine article under the guise of a shamrock label. The
1 January 1910 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
IL NELSON CAP.SON,

IL NELSON CAP.SON,

SHIPBROKER, Ac., INSURANCE AGENT, TOURIST and EMIGRATION AGENT FOR ALL PARTS. All Particulars Free. 2 STATION ROAD, LARNE. NOTICE TO THE TENANTS OF ISLANDMAGEE ESTATE T WILL ATTEND AT THE KINO’S ARMS A HOTEL LARNE WEDNESDAY, the sth, and THURSDAY, the 6th days of January, 1910,
1 January 1910 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOY D,

BOY D,

DUNLUCE STREET. LARNE HOUSE . Windsor Villa«, Sti-eet. Conveniently situated. Free Railway Ticket.—Apply A. Erskinc. Oose Street.
1 January 1910 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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HRiiKi: K IRI the audience were assembling at Theatre Royal. Coatbridge, Monday evening man fell from the the pit below, and broke his neck. Only a few per sons were in the gallery at the time, and appeared to lx* impossible that anyone could have over I a need. The deceased was
1 January 1910 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
rr<> the Editor of the "Larne Times,")

rr<> the Editor of the "Larne Times,")

Sir Would you kindly allow n.e space in your valuable paper in which acknowledge the receipt of the stilus*of money underooted, collected behalf of Mrs. M'Kinley. who was suddenly bereft her husband through drowning Dublin in November last, and Mrs. M'Kinley’s beluilf thank the
1 January 1910 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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1 January 1910 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
not too much to do the firFt haJf. but in the closing stages he proved too big a handful for

not too much to do the firFt haJf. but in the closing stages he proved too big a handful for

Gardner. Greenlees was very effective, and his heady play was a feature of the Larne quintette. Johnston, centre, tried hard for a goal, which refused to come. slung the baJl about, and was always for the returns. Greenwood was about the pick of the Larn? front line. True his pl
1 January 1910 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
V.M.C.A

V.M.C.A

The City Y.M.C.A. Hall was crowded on Christmas Night, when first-class cinematograph exhibition and concert was provided by the management. The programme commenced at 7.30, and from then until 10 o’clock there was not a dull moment. One of the best pictures thrown the screen wa
1 January 1910 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland