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BPOBTDIO nWB.

BPOBTDIO nWB.

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3 February 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE IRISH MODKRATOBBHIP.

THE IRISH MODKRATOBBHIP.

The Presbytery Omagh met yesterday afternoon, and nominated Rev. Dr. Bingham, of Dundonald, for the Moderatorship of the General Assembly. IHCIDIHTS" OXAOH OASWOSKS. At the monthly met-ting of the Omagh Urban Council ye*terday~Mr. Thomaa Johnston, J.P. (chairman), presiding—the
3 February 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
GARVAOH PATTY SESSIONS.

GARVAOH PATTY SESSIONS.

At the* Sera tone the Midland Railway party Michael Doherty. Ballintemple. for travelling from Kiliva to tlarvagh wHhotit ticket, and for having araaulted Porter fxaurfl rey, Clarvagh. in the eiecutkm of hta duty. The defendant did not appear. Hugh Ixwghrey. rrortor, and W J. Bo
3 February 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
FATALITY AT MAOHXRATKLT.

FATALITY AT MAOHXRATKLT.

FATALITY MAOHXRATKLT. Wbitow oWwom»B OoUliu.»lnm«* the MaghenMl WorkboaM. «u warming bmall •* one ol lh( d»yroom fi»i h« clotting b«eMne ignittd. and aba raw airtaaiTe bora*, to whleh abe «u« •ombad abnrt lima artarwaida Saturday morning Df. aoronar lot tta batuntof ImagbutboUao,
3 February 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
FROLICS ON THE THAMES.

FROLICS ON THE THAMES.

What is regarded the greatest snowstorm and frost which in memory ever visited England occurred just 100 years ago, and lasted for one month—name!}, from December 27th, 1813, to January 27th, 1814. It was accompanied a heavy darkness, which lasted for nearly the month. In the ea
3 February 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
[L. HATTmPAY MQMlgg. FEBBPABY 14. 1914.

[L. HATTmPAY MQMlgg. FEBBPABY 14. 1914.

[L. MQMlgg. FEBBPABY 14. 1914. "ST* «h i M. OoSm Hlblmi. Oooo* »nd rlo« quiet. Owte oil tad ilmdy. «• to 43a <id. Hamp dnU. Lord, M* (d to Ui M. Pol oU— LodU, a pot, £34 17« Bd. Bobber- Bpal. to 24. Tollow Idle. Toipenllno, Ho «d. Llnoood oU, 28a to Mo Beoln, potooloum, ond niUot
14 February 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
EVIDENCE

EVIDENCE

Messrs. Chamberlin A Smith will be good enough to forward tin of KalvdA. My previous experience of it leads me to that no case of gapes is hopeless while a spark of life remains in the chick. A member of the medical profession myself, i have tried many experiments, with indiffer
12 February 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
LEGAL NOTIOEB.

LEGAL NOTIOEB.

COOHIT OF LOMOORDBBBT OODMTT OOUBT. DIVISION OF LONDONDKIUtX. Sun. Poiaaaat to Dcotaa it hla Honour Podaa Onmad. Baoordar ot Loadoadarrp, dated IMh dap at January. 1110. aad mada la 801 l wharale Ha|h Kane, Admiolr'rat r ot Daalal A ana, Mwahaat, Cinaaaad, la Plalaliß, Hat? Abb
12 February 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY LOUTH COMMITTEE OF AaRICIILTIME.

COUNTY LOUTH COMMITTEE OF AaRICIILTIME.

IMPORTANT TO FARMERS.
21 February 1914 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
Do You Want a Razor ? Hollow-Ground and Safety Razors from is to 21s. Shaving Brushes, Strops, Creams, and Sticks,

Do You Want a Razor ? Hollow-Ground and Safety Razors from is to 21s. Shaving Brushes, Strops, Creams, and Sticks,

MALONE'S, AR,DEE . STOW BRADT, at the &Roue °Mee, "The Life IN end Adventures of Micheal °oilier, the odebrated Lobate, Highwaymen." Price, 6d ; tree, bp poet, 6td; oan oleo tp had from Thomas filialose ardee, and John Nolen, Leuronoe street, Drogheda
21 February 1914 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland