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DELICIOUS COFFEE. MED WMTE & BLUE

DELICIOUS COFFEE. MED WMTE & BLUE

DELICIOUS COFFEE. MED & BLUE For Broakfast A attar Pinner^ AGENTS fell xi 5S?n told, •ad the exclusiv* X SSlfe. TYPEWRITERS Approval Spurin & Co.. 135» LongAcre._ HILLIARD AND BAGATELLE TABUS A U*. SlriS /Mi. tSfi BEAD * .* mar.ui of TUJ* , *oppl. «. JioU. fc' I> I*4/. 51' 30'-;
28 February 1914 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ROAI> TO DISASTER.

THE ROAI> TO DISASTER.

The Standard,” discussing the forthcoming opening of Parliament, says—Seldom have the representatives of the nation met under heavier sense of responsibility. We hope the responsibility is present to the minds of the Governing Committee, with whom, in reality, the decision lies.
4 February 1914 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LITE FATHER EROSHAN

THE LITE FATHER EROSHAN

THE LITE FATHER On the motion of J Nolen, eeooodnd Ur Fitzgerald, resolution of ainoere sympathy and condolence wee passed to the relatives of the late Very Rev D Brosnan, the able and davoted President of the Killarney Seminary, The other business was of no public interest.
4 February 1914 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
Bakery and Confectionery, Latehford & Sons, Limited, Have been catering for the Public in the above articles for over half

Bakery and Confectionery, Latehford & Sons, Limited, Have been catering for the Public in the above articles for over half

a Century. The one and chief idea of this Firm baa been to turn out the best article possible, and with this idea in band they have, and are, nsing nothing but the Best Irish Flours procurable. Of late they have found impossible to meet the requirements the public, the demand be
4 February 1914 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
DELIGIOSI3 COFFEE. RED WHITE & For & al?oi* p *' ACEMTS WANTED m every =- nui.ll W l» r»i» ■

DELIGIOSI3 COFFEE. RED WHITE & For & al?oi* p *' ACEMTS WANTED m every =- nui.ll W l» r»i» ■

to sell ar tide of greet .bichi. *2,f* «i can make front £3 lo per week. /« «• SSrroSTof the article to you .*n »ld. and the eicluei.e for ■sg r TYPEWRITERS J-atest 5 Oliver j£ii n*., cost also a No. 7 Remington £7, worth j£ao; both great bargain* Approval. Spurin & Co.. Long Ac
4 February 1914 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
Qrves ROWING CosTrlrrs

Qrves ROWING CosTrlrrs

Qrves CosTrlrrs English rowing men a century ago wore costumes far different from what they wear now. In 1806 it was the correct thing to wear a green leather catskin cap, with a jacket and trousers of nankeen. In the first University race at Henley, in 1829. Oxford won wearing b
27 February 1914 - Kilrush Herald and Kilkee Gazette - Kilrush, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
AN ARAB LEGEND:

AN ARAB LEGEND:

-- There was once a rich merchant who travelling with a caravan of goods over a desert country. Night was coming on, and brigands abounded, so he was in great haste, wishing to reach his destination before the light of day failed. But as he hurried his weary animals on. he saw a
27 February 1914 - Kilrush Herald and Kilkee Gazette - Kilrush, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
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27 February 1914 - Kilrush Herald and Kilkee Gazette - Kilrush, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS A OINTMENT

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS A OINTMENT

27 February 1914 - Kilrush Herald and Kilkee Gazette - Kilrush, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
Oa a Short Holiday.

Oa a Short Holiday.

This week, Mr Wm Poole, Chief Engineer with a company of foreign service steamers. paid a short visit to his family at Capps after four years absence. In common with his friends—and they are legim— we were glad to see the popular gent:anion in the enjoyment of robust health.
6 February 1914 - Kilrush Herald and Kilkee Gazette - Kilrush, Clare, Republic of Ireland