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RICH HILL.

RICH HILL.

On 16th inst. the annual social reunion and ball connection with Ballytyron* L.O.L, No. 104 was held the Orange Hall. A large number of visitors were present from Armagh. Loughgall, Portadown, and Riehhili. After excellent (nipper dancing commenced, and was continued till the sm
22 January 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BEGAN Ifl ITCH AND BURN

BEGAN Ifl ITCH AND BURN

Trouble Began Like Blisters. Awfully Inflamed. Got Worse and Spread. ‘‘Cuticura Soap and Ointment Cured.” Beehive Inn. High St.. Old Hill, Staffs.. Bng.—" It began like blisters. 1 had red mark come on ono my Angers and It began to Itch and burn. My lingers were Inflamed awfully
22 January 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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22 January 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Pound for Pound OR Unit for Unit Water Soluble Phosphate IS THE BEST VALUE. WHY ? BECAUSE; It can anj

Pound for Pound OR Unit for Unit Water Soluble Phosphate IS THE BEST VALUE. WHY ? BECAUSE; It can anj

time. It distributes Itsell In the soil. It acts the quickest all Phosphates. Obtainable •» Snperpho«iihate and Potatslo Haper. All Compound and Complete FertlHaerjl ■houid contain most of Plioaphave this form, combined with Nitrogen A Potanb. Supplied all Manure Merchant* throu
22 January 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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22 January 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR(4)T HER HABIT IN FRIGHT.

FOR(4)T HER HABIT IN FRIGHT.

Jinni , . Ryan, married, sister of the previous witnese, raid the is:olive canes into the HuikV twice that Saturday right. She and her sister ware staying with their brother, Bernard Rogers. On Saturday afternoon, when the police were rushing into the houses, she and her two chi
22 January 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANGI

ANGI

"I consider it superior to all Dear Sirs.—l have used Angier's Emulsion in a number of chest cases, notably in cough following influenza, and in the later stages of bronchitis in children, and have never known it to fail. In one case of advanced phtbisis it gave a good deal of r
22 January 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DURHAM ELECTION.

THE DURHAM ELECTION.

Mr. iteir Hardie, speaking at Stanley in support of the Labour candidat•t tor North- West Durham, said that at the lust time he was at Stanley he referred to the Stanley mine explosion. As an old miner he knew that accidents in pits could easily be prevented if only the lives of
22 January 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IAY, JANUARY 22, M. lie Bread The superior quality of the Ingredients used and the Hygienic conditions under which it

IAY, JANUARY 22, M. lie Bread The superior quality of the Ingredients used and the Hygienic conditions under which it

is baked render it the Purest Bread obtainable. d because It Is geed•
22 January 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
UNPOPULAR WITH NATIVES. POSITION OF BRITISH ITLERS.

UNPOPULAR WITH NATIVES. POSITION OF BRITISH ITLERS.

Mr. J. It, Macdonald, M.P., ha. juist returned from India, where he ha. been taking part, a. a member, in the work of the lloyal tom in i.eden whi. h i. inquiring into the public service. of the Indian Hrepire. Mr. Macdonald talked over his experiences with a representative of t
22 January 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland