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•oa. U.; John *H»—, DM- «■* W. D. Ktrr.McraUo- *■ Um Biad>v Bna M sate Ik* «m--ducUmKip of Mr. »«k.

•oa. U.; John *H»—, DM- «■* W. D. Ktrr.McraUo- *■ Um Biad>v Bna M sate Ik* «m--ducUmKip of Mr. »«k.

ffursi’K:; pi.-ZXS'&St SSSiTS'. (Lrheri Allen W.M.; Hock Tboapooa. D.D.M. i Joan Haul 100. ■u-roUry; M‘Co«toll_ Uimtrir ■. ocoomponiod Um Broody Vlvto Bond, undor tho diraolaoa Mr. Bnbirl. Ojlbnoo UunMnooo, No. M»-Bor. Dr.OoafcMl. W.M. j Tboaao Alton. D.M. 8o«Mot fiotbaor. wow '
14 July 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
SENTINEL. TU: GROWS BEBSIORB,

SENTINEL. TU: GROWS BEBSIORB,

31 March 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
OLXMTIXS.

OLXMTIXS.

The fortnightly meeting of the Guardian* was held on Saturday. Mr. Patrick H. O'Donnell, J.P. (chairman), presided. The other Guardian* present mere—Messrs. Neal Sharkey. Hugh M'Klhiiiney. Patrick Kellv, J.P., H. O'Donnell, J.P.. Patrick M'Geehan, John Quinn, Michael Boyle, John
31 March 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
IN THE LORDS.

IN THE LORDS.

WILL LOXD MOXLEY ALSO XEBIOK7 In the House of Lords. Viscount MORLKV re|>eated the Government's regret at the decision of the two Generals finally to resign the War Conn oil a )M»int |>ers«Mial honour- (cheers)—and at Colonel Beely's resignation the War Secretaryship. Lord went
31 March 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
SAVAGERY THREE HOSPITALS BLOWN UP.

SAVAGERY THREE HOSPITALS BLOWN UP.

A further batch of British patients were taken .Saturday into Hospital, making in all 520. of whom were wounded men and three officers, and the rest w ere men ho, though not wounded, have been invalided home. All hear testimony the appalling savagery the German soldiery. Among t
1 September 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Houanro Qinsnov m nus* Town.

Houanro Qinsnov m nus* Town.

Houanro Qinsnov nus* Town. mfrlmf thr Sfuri*! Hooui>(. al Uw ManinH Ur. Inland, Ito Min, Win.inf n adulnm .«• b* Uw Maw tl UminA. aarondrd Aldannan TanipbrU. I.nadiiadrm ■ and carried I—" Hut, ol the maairipat authmitn. Inland. w» nan- PaHiamanl In lhal a prafor tinn of thr aum ■
1 September 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ETIDENOB

ETIDENOB

Mama. Obambolla A Smllh vUI tagood lo tonrari aUa ot EaMA. Mj .ipariaw. bad* BM UUrr* that ao aan gapa I. hoprim whll* a o( 111. nauina la lb* abbk. h lb* awdiaal prodrarioa mpaalf, I hay* triad map rir-- < ~"**i with ladiflmal an.ma; bat I Mink ao aw who trim EaMA mart aap olba
2 July 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Tkt Om-Friet Oaih tkif.

Tkt Om-Friet Oaih tkif.

fl/ W*ddm§ md mmim M 4 «W fop TO-DAT’B WXATHKX rOUOAfTI. Isslisd.—Ts'laki* kr* ss, (•etrally samssdy I tool; ahagMMa | mm ; loml 7. Cmutm. Bit— Mo4>»m Math lO «wta«7 b'rcsa m 4 Mod* U* w*; «hu(Mhto | MM ; Ihaalar IOMII7 i ootlar.
2 July 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
SUBCLASS BAMPABT IB UTXBPOOL A DESPERATE PRISONER.

SUBCLASS BAMPABT IB UTXBPOOL A DESPERATE PRISONER.

SUBCLASS BAMPABT UTXBPOOL A DESPERATE PRISONER. Burglars Art busy in Liverpool, houses of people avay on holiday receiving special attention. In the I'llet-eoad, one of the beat residential districts, Mrs. Emile Purgold slept longer than usual, and when she awoke she found large
2 July 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ONE MAN KILLED HOUSES DEMOLISHED.

ONE MAN KILLED HOUSES DEMOLISHED.

A break in the tropical beat of the paat few dajri waa reported jreaterdajr from ran OUk parti of Eoflaod, which wore riaited thunderstorms of varying severity. At Cardiff the thunderstorm waa aeeompanied by heavy rain. 80, too, at Birmingham, Huddersfield, and Swansea, while li
2 July 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland