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PRICE SARCASM. EVENTS IN JOH’BITRQ. THK lABOTJR OABKISOH. A eorrwrpondent, writtn* from JoharmMburg under date 22nd January. 19U. gw*, some

PRICE SARCASM. EVENTS IN JOH’BITRQ. THK lABOTJR OABKISOH. A eorrwrpondent, writtn* from JoharmMburg under date 22nd January. 19U. gw*, some

Interoeting personal impreaaiona of the marked the closing stage* of the gie*t strike in South Africa that came to such dramatic and abrupt termination. In the course of hi* communication he saye: —The fall the Trade* Hall Labour garrison was totally eclipsed »om« of the events
21 February 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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14 February 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WEEKLY TELEGRAPH SATHRP AY, FEBRUARY 14, 1914;

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH SATHRP AY, FEBRUARY 14, 1914;

14 February 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WEDNESDAY'S BELFAST MARIETS

WEDNESDAY'S BELFAST MARIETS

that may unite in supplication to Almighty *God. What should wo pray for? First, lot pray that tho dreadful catastrophe of the setting in this country any form of Government which would destructive of those things that wo hold dearest may averted. This meeting to-day meeting of
14 February 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FAIRS.

FAIRS.

CLOGHEE. The monthly fair held the 7th inst. Superior sold at from £l6 10s 10s: second and third classes, £l2 £l5. Beet mllchers, £l5 to £l7 10a; second class .fill £l4 10a; three and four-year-old heifers and bullocks. £ll y f . a olds. £8 to £lO 10a: year olds, £6 10s l&s; wea
14 February 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SLOANS LINIMENT

SLOANS LINIMENT

KILLS PAIN. Sloan’s Liniment will save hours of suffering. For bruise or sprain it gives instant relief. It arrests inflammation and thus prevents more serious troubles developing. No need to rub it in—it acts at once, instantly killing the pain however severe it may be. Extreme
14 February 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DAINTY PRIVATE 4 STATIONERY . .f VOUR Notepaper will make a 1 better impression if you have ». xt neatly

DAINTY PRIVATE 4 STATIONERY . .f VOUR Notepaper will make a 1 better impression if you have ». xt neatly

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7 February 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE, In the Goods of JOSEPH SHERIFF, late of Ballygally, Cairncastle, Co. Antrim, Farmer, Deceased. LI, PERSONS HAVING

LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE, In the Goods of JOSEPH SHERIFF, late of Ballygally, Cairncastle, Co. Antrim, Farmer, Deceased. LI, PERSONS HAVING

ANT CLAIMS against the Estate of the above Deceased are hereby requested to furnish particulars hereof (in writing) the undersigned Solicitor for -e*?e Executrix, on or before the 19th day of February inst. Dated this 3rd day February, 1914. LlBl H. H. SMILET, Solicitor, Larne.
7 February 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR; JAMES KYLE’S AUCTION SALES.

MR; JAMES KYLE’S AUCTION SALES.

■pTT T) XTTT'TT GATT? T To INFORM THE FARMERS of the -L U -lIJN i-lTj . eurrouading District and the Pablic generally that I have commenced Business as OFFERING A LARGE QUANTITY AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, * OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, best makers, including Dining-room, Draw- DATTVMPNS
7 February 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
mittee, of which had been a mem v sinoa joined the Council, were v ,i>ally eapaged in looking after the

mittee, of which had been a mem v sinoa joined the Council, were v ,i>ally eapaged in looking after the

. p roads, footpaths, &c. In this matter thought they had made considerable improvement during the last three or four years, such the new tar-macadam footpaths on Circular Itoad, the Old Qlenarm Koad, Glynn Road, which he thought all would admit were decided improvements. hoped
7 February 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland