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WANTED, lor oar Uele. BIX ABBIBTANTB Ice Manilee, B ouaee. and Penolia. Appiy Immodlataly. Malbullenda LU. pgil WANTED. Protectant MAH

WANTED, lor oar Uele. BIX ABBIBTANTB Ice Manilee, B ouaee. and Penolia. Appiy Immodlataly. Malbullenda LU. pgil WANTED. Protectant MAH

HIED COUPLE to lira ia. Wile Cook. Man earn end drive Molar, Oaiden Mn. Cooper, eireel, Derry. M**
10 January 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
H11)-TYRONE VOLUNTEERS.

H11)-TYRONE VOLUNTEERS.

The members Kahony and Dromore (Unionist Clubs had an opportunity showing ■iheir earnestness in the present political crisis Sunday, when, through pelting rain, they assembled in fjill strength and marched to Togherdoo Methodist Church lake part in special service. Hymns were re
10 January 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AUCTION SALES.

AUCTION SALES.

AIDE, BALLYNURE. AUCTION OF HAY, OAT S, Ac., &c. have received instructions from Mr. TUGS. ('LYI)I. to Sell the PRKMTSES, SATUKDAV, 17lh day January, 1914, at the hour of ONE p.m. (instead of January, previously advertised). CJEVKN PIKES OF Pill ME UPLAND AND LEA HAY, Ten Stinks
10 January 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHEAP SALMON

CHEAP SALMON

A colleague was examining a class in mental arithmetic, and took pains to adapt hia questions local industries. Picking out a big lad, asked:— What does your father do." sawmon i' the river.' ,r Capital. You will able to do this sum —2olbs. of salmon at a lb.; wbat is that worth
10 January 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
aver, tie boy losing his temper, V through the telephone, ".Mail are ye him. I've been nodflin.’ my hold alt

aver, tie boy losing his temper, V through the telephone, ".Mail are ye him. I've been nodflin.’ my hold alt

for last hanf oor." NEXT PLEASE! For the first time was taking her out to lunch, and he wanted to make good imnreasion. So took her to a swagger restaurant. and all kinds of French dishes were ordered. “Aubergine gratm, ' vol auvent." “otuvee beef/' and innumerable other rich vi
10 January 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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step from tlio temporary buildinß* in which leohnicnl inetruction had been curried for live year* that specious, beautiful and pemuenent school. Having paid „ „.. , s„. «„w Tochmcnl hiah tribute to th® work of the local chairman Friday last the fine now comlnjtt( , 0 ~l d Maphcr
10 January 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

11ROP US A POSTCARD. AM) WE WILL 2 Surprise you by the Prices we ran give for LEFT-OFF CLOTHING. FURNITURE, etc., etc: JAMES MAGENNIS, 73a New Kiug Street: HEMHTITCHERS WANTED CONSTANT EMPLOY T. Apply. JOHN CHISHOLM & CO., LTD.. Hiudings Street. LEFT-OFF CLOTHING. TAYLOR 1 CO. 1
10 January 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LADIES AND UENTLEMEN

LADIES AND UENTLEMEN

Can obtain i Upon note of hand. Repayments weekly. monthly, or any sum from quarterly, a, desired. No Preliminary Charges. For free particulars and to application form. apply to (lEOROE WIENER, 2300 16 Waring Street, Belfast. :wt
10 January 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AFTER OFFICIAL HOURS.

AFTER OFFICIAL HOURS.

FKIDAY, 8-30 p.m.—The best markets on the Stock Exchange were. first, all gilt-edged stocks. secondly, Home Bails, and, thirdly, Russian mining shares. Comsats were better again, and a featuro was the demand for the ecripe of the recent new loans, and, especially, for Treasury B
10 January 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST CARTERS' WAGES.

BELFAST CARTERS' WAGES.

Those who believed that the; questions raised by the propose(' new scale of wages and hours of employment. submitted to the master carriers of Belfast by the members of the Belfast branch of the Amalgamated Anemia- of Tramway and Vehicle Workers'. would be settled without distur
10 January 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland