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care for ilm. least that w*» hear her, that offered himeelf for her if she had need of him. To

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7 February 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRANSFERS,

TRANSFERS,

H«ad-Constable William J. M'Bride, Don«- g.il to Depot; Acting-JSergeanta P. Walsh, Bellast to Londondorn.'; M. J. Carney, East Cork to South Tipperary; Constables John Brady, Queen's County to'East Cork; Thomas Brian. East Cork Queen's County; Michael M'Erer, Donegal King's Cou
7 February 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TEACHER.

TEACHER.

regret to announce the death of Mr. George William Hawthorne, Walmer Terrace, Belfast which took place Monday. Deceased was principal of Muckamore No. 1 National School until last September, when retired after twenty-five years’ excellent service. He had lieen failing health for
7 February 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
awls. WANTED. Don't Wear WAlrratiew ?DDT H as SHORTHAND and TYPIST in en Office in the Ciao% Voty, eying .

awls. WANTED. Don't Wear WAlrratiew ?DDT H as SHORTHAND and TYPIST in en Office in the Ciao% Voty, eying .

full particulars and , copy references to Box mna ee, -- , ON 'FIRIAL WEBSTER'S' CURTAIN . You have -Meet everything else to . e others fad where we ewir @twee t : SHOWROOMS. we will send you free Raters allowing the GREATIAT ANNUAL • CURTAIN SALE. TINOR3IOUS SOCK of CURTAINS to
19 February 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LUNTEER eTifiklP NIA 1I eLONES.

LUNTEER eTifiklP NIA 1I eLONES.

PEERS AND THE LAND. Lord Salisbury, taking part in a debate on the land question •t a meeting of the Bert* Chamber of Agriculture. at St. Albans yesterday evening. declared that if the authority and power which landowners now possessed were taken away from them they would not sp
19 February 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WIEIK SPONGES GROW.

WIEIK SPONGES GROW.

Fifty years ago praotieally all sponges! came frau' the Mediterranean Sea, but large quantities are now produced in Honduras, Mexico. the Bahamas, and Florida. says Leonora Heck Ellis. writing in the "Popular Mechanics Magazine." The output from the water of the United States is
19 February 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE POPULAR PAPER.

THE POPULAR PAPER.

THE IRISH DAILY TELEGRAPH. THE NEWSPAPER FOR TO-DAY AND EVERY DAY. READ theIEISE DAILY I REGULARLY, RECOIDIEIiD IT TO TOUR MEND& Bacriusr. be the tb° ol ° l4 'perfect 'machinery and appliances. by the adoption of all practicable of dietributioa, and by the aeoeterstion of the co
19 February 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST . EVENING TELEGRAPH, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1914.

BELFAST . EVENING TELEGRAPH, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1914.

19 February 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TAKING ALL RISK

TAKING ALL RISK

1211213VALS by LAND or SEA Effected with Cars. Labourer's Cottag• to Peer's asks. W. KENNEDY & CO, Carriers and Warehousemen. to 2$ Academy Strait. Beitsat. Nasphoom—Belfast. and Oa Fort. 17$. 01397-1
10 February 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOE'S SAUCE AN OLD NAN'S ADVICE.

HOE'S SAUCE AN OLD NAN'S ADVICE.

"Tab care of you- kidneys to-do , and to. morrow your will lola ogre of itself." This is the old man'■ cotta, wad ha will tell you that it pays. Bananas even when they're well and strong. the kidneys have se much as they eau do to overhaul awl cleanse your blood a thousand ,time
10 February 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland