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NATURAL WREATHS CROSSES Unit in Two Henri' Notice TTiBOM Oboimt sob -cal Blooma. Arttitto F oii«M W. bold . ..-go

NATURAL WREATHS CROSSES Unit in Two Henri' Notice TTiBOM Oboimt sob -cal Blooma. Arttitto F oii«M W. bold . ..-go

.took o( tko Molol nod Potoololn Wroothl, iboo*. M. NEELY. florist. Strand Londonderry. ‘Phone I6t. WHITE & CO., STRABANE. FBBNOH POUBHBB Complete Funeral Undertaken. m" Strict attention to Oritn &» Ttltfram. tfJUt M4KBBB TO TB4DB. Prloa otollooßob. Taltgrtai: •• Whl*», Btrabwio
24 January 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Telephone : No. SOI.

Telephone : No. SOI.

ROBERT NEELY, Jun., IS, MAGAZINE-STREET, COMPLETE FUNERAL UNDERTAKER. All Raquiutos k«p* in .toek. on PremißW. Only Holt Workmnmhip employed. Strict and cartful alUntim givtm to Funeral Order, CANADA.
24 January 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Local Ootirmmml < Inland} Act, 2996. COUNTY OF LONDONDERRY—DIVISION OF MAGHERAFELT. LIST or NOTIOBB OF APPLICATION FOR COMPENSATION FOR CRIMINAL

Local Ootirmmml < Inland} Act, 2996. COUNTY OF LONDONDERRY—DIVISION OF MAGHERAFELT. LIST or NOTIOBB OF APPLICATION FOR COMPENSATION FOR CRIMINAL

INJURIES Bwltwl m« m Clark ol Urn Crown tod Pom lor raid Ooantr. bo Mod M Ibo Court Simon., bold o» mOBIBAfSLT. tho doj JAKOABT, 1114. Ho. Nomeo ood Addtooaeo Notaro ol Injury oomplolnod 01. Applieonlo. I whoro Injury to boro occurred.
24 January 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
TWO OFFICERS SHOT.

TWO OFFICERS SHOT.

ADEN, Tuesday—The colon.l and natiVe officer tho I0»th Infantry Regiment stationed here were shot to-day by native soldier, who had been sentenced to fourteen days' imprisonment.
24 January 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WILL BE HELD IN

WILL BE HELD IN

WILL BE HELD VICTORIA HALL, On WEDNESDAY BVO., February, 1914, Eight o'clock, WILLIAM CHAINB, Esq.. D.L., Presiding. H. T. BARRIE. Esq., M.P., MAJOR M'CALMONT, M.P., AND OTHER PROMINENT SPEAKERS WILL ADDRESS THE MEETING. All Member* of U.V.F. and Unionist Club are requested to at
24 January 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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In re MARK LIPMAN

In re MARK LIPMAN

In MARK LIPMAN Bankrupt rarried on the linen business at 4 Manor Street, Belfast, and the matter was listed for (1) adjourned first public sitting. (2) second public sitting, (3) adjourned examination of witnesses Mr. James Alexander appeared for tho bankrupt, and Mr. William (Me
24 January 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WEEKLY YOUR OWN FARM

WEEKLY YOUR OWN FARM

Kr* veil man encuab to stand on *our own two with rural telephone*, railway facilities, *plen. leet and Independence did schools, ate A farm with the famous leet win you Manitoba soil will make you independent for Mln»obl |, ßfifflo the core. Acordt.l lift- The market contra loc
24 January 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“THAT PATHETIC LAND.”

“THAT PATHETIC LAND.”

ARCHBISHOP OF YORK ON IRELAND. Preaching Sunday in St. Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh, the Most Rev. Cosmo Gordon Lang, Archbishop of York, baaod an impressive sermon on the words Blessed are the peacemakers.” He said the meet hopeful of them could not but see that the year stopped
24 January 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
What’s that?

What’s that?

got terrific weather in The Bay; but, bless heart, got it something awful after had passed the Start. It blew great guns; by morning, The gale had reached its height, An’ moderated slightly off St. Catherines, Isle of Wight, We hadn’t got off easy tho’, The bulwarks all were gon
24 January 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POTATOES. POTATOES. NOW OPEN TO BUT ANT QUANTITY. JAMES WILSON, L 8« CLONLBE. LARNE.

POTATOES. POTATOES. NOW OPEN TO BUT ANT QUANTITY. JAMES WILSON, L 8« CLONLBE. LARNE.

24 January 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland