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A CURIOUS CACTTjS

A CURIOUS CACTTjS

Curious among vegetable growths and one which is seldom seen of men is the rootless cactus of the Californian desert. This plant, round, compact growth, rolls about the level floor of the desert for some eight or nine months of the year, tossed hither and thither the winds which
8 April 1910 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
BREAD.

BREAD.

FINEST QUALITY MADE. BAKERIES: A J. 11.0041—Itteillork Otani:ova .....A • prom we, ATMS 'INV. Quad* 044114, .M Itattl4raistia, at finterentak Letts Unwed guy j I ALIALT est 00.—Orltage sot resod pigpen JLA ties at Illimicront ILI w • "111. •••.. 66 Illearbirlo P. Lazo MID rid 00
8 April 1910 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Tor tit* I rate aml

Tor tit* I rate aml

iiisa apish' MI MM. SI Asir UMW gr Sabre A advispr to -To e►. Mr Robert rapsioatativ • *M. mad irli. Isi sod Cruse ti. it ceased tbe Seas 014 <hulas the eattl ties AM to" ' Zs teak Um" ita uslina. he with rit• iss Peeret vitt! view 'fairs la Atm tatereat ala.ut saran fa the eef
8 April 1910 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SEE BELOW FOR GENUINE

SEE BELOW FOR GENUINE

BARGAINS PIANOS AND ORGANS. EVERY INSTRUMENT CARRIES A PULL WARRANTY. AND WE DELIVER FREE TO ANY DISTANCE PAYMENT OP FIRST INSTALMENT. CRANE’S ARE GENUINE FOR BARGAINS. trrv/. HARMONIUM, solid oak caso. extra strong OVJ/ bellows; very sweet guaranteed condition; exceedingly chea
8 April 1910 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO BE LET OR SOL'D.

TO BE LET OR SOL'D.

,0814 AN ESTATE. Spacious Piaiiimp Yard. Limestone Road; Stabling for four horses; Coach-houses and Haylofts. Yard paved. Substantia! Buildings. Rare opportunity for Dairyman Carrier. Sold Free of Ground Rent. TXTELL-SECURED PROFIT > T GROUND RENT, payable One Collection. Small
8 April 1910 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
7C»,' Escxiog Telegraph.

7C»,' Escxiog Telegraph.

7C»,' Telegraph. ENT'S Soil Jjtnftht. 10*. 13*. 2J». ftc.: nowV tiM; patters* lire.—Arthur litttewood. Bon tor. Hadd*rsfi«ld. 17-7 v met HABKESS" (Second h«nd).-l*r»wt Ireland. c»ery and rise; many scarcely harsalc*.—M'Kay Bern*. Saddler*. S-4-341 HEAVY PU*e<!*» Minor. 65 in*., f
8 April 1910 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANDREW S. OSWALD & SONS,

ANDREW S. OSWALD & SONS,

ANDREW OSWALD & SONS, DOUSE. LAND. AND ESTATE AGENTS. 4*l B- Mlit.LT. Telephone VDF.LAIDE Vlito for Sate; price £350. - Crolty & 1 Stiect. _ 7-4-ICS4 BANGDP.-Part Poruished Shop Let; raitsblo lor dairy. reaia the rough, re. .AddtcM to* 192. Evening Tekstaoh, ti ON Fi:CrIONTTRY an
8 April 1910 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
faaoosE'st

faaoosE'st

flits very day whether yoe will continae to be a subject of the tyrant I estioc. whether you will contmoe to endure daily misery, take Antigesta and have your health restored.
8 April 1910 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
■> LORD HILL’S EXPLOITS. LIEDTEN ANT OF WELLINGTON Among Wellington‘s men name stands out more prominently than that of General

■> LORD HILL’S EXPLOITS. LIEDTEN ANT OF WELLINGTON Among Wellington‘s men name stands out more prominently than that of General

Lord Hill -one of proud Salopian most famous military sons-whose wonderful array of Orders, decorations, and reliques are shortly disposed of in London and Birmingham. A century ago the * Birmingham Daily Mail'’) lie was fighting in the Peninsular Wars, under the great soldier a
8 April 1910 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNSEIi OF DESPAIR.

COUNSEIi OF DESPAIR.

M!‘. writing in th«* ■Daily Ksprftss.”' allot a 'xt*k of omwfoi-aWe a»y in Mwfloptbsof Wa<*k <Wp.i»r. 1 lM»r nothing bu! th<* talk diMa-tor. son nothing fp«r-ful far-o* pertain sort ion !w| Sir Kdwanl Grey ami Mr- hare the war lludgol- These Mates, merl still clinging Urn shreds
8 April 1910 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland