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APPOINTED NAVAL ADVISER

APPOINTED NAVAL ADVISER

the recommendation the Admiralty the New Zealand Gowernraont have appointed Captain P. H. Hall Thompatro, E.N., naval adviser. Captain Hall’Thompson will also command ■ H.M.S. Philomel on July next training ship for the New Zealand Force.
18 April 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOY KILLED BY MOTOR.

BOY KILLED BY MOTOR.

A shocking motor fatality occurred last night near (Jlynder* Post Office, Dumbartonshire. It appears that a party of Freemasons were being conveyed by motor car from Garelochhead, when a boy named .Sinclair, nine years age, residing at Clynder, was knocked down and killed. Anoth
18 April 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ONLY AN ACQUAINTANCE.

ONLY AN ACQUAINTANCE.

ludicrous mistake happened some time ago at funeral. The clergyman was loading the service, until he came to the part * which says, "Our deceased brother (or sister”)—-noli knowing whether the deceased was male cr female. He turned round to one of the mourners and asked whether
18 April 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO LET,

TO LET,

Business and dwelling premises, with good asd commodious Office-houses, on ALTMORE STREET, GLEN ARM. Would suit Butcher, Grocer, Draper, etc. Rent moderate. Apply L 328 JAMES OER, Glenarm.
11 April 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Tup Open, Jjarn . lot 87. '-m (Rcgd. Trade SlarkJ €©FIFEE .*. TkeCtfftt Maii, of Symington's, says: <• Up the

Tup Open, Jjarn . lot 87. '-m (Rcgd. Trade SlarkJ €©FIFEE .*. TkeCtfftt Maii, of Symington's, says: <• Up the

morning, sleepy and cpH, pscsto, change '—and you H..W is It done? Test try cup of SYMINGTON, taos. CO.. an* L3*d9*. ~~.l L 97 AMUSEMENTS. LARNE ELECTRIC THEATRE, Prop: i V sAti , mot; ••H\Kr’'casH” PfcOTRA ■■ ■■ I mortthrillin* *nd S««-.tional Ur.ma •• « Hoot.” | ® . *i lft Tai
11 April 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PUBLIC NOTICES.

PUBLIC NOTICES.

T\km; conokbgation J I WWi MMV. Noon Sul)j«t—' Lqrd.” Seeing our Ki«n 7 iv.ui.— Tlic Power of Endless Ua-i. Hvnin's. Everyliody welccme. RUSE K-B.P, 481, AI.UIHEIIAMOHNE. SOIREE AND BALE Tn < onnocfiou witli above Preceptory ■\'l lix MF.I.J) M VtiHERAMOKNI » * NL\l OR HAM., t On
11 April 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IS MEMO IMAM.

IS MEMO IMAM.

ICKEK—In lovinf? memory of our dear mother, Jenny Aicken, who departed this life April Bth, 3911, and was interred in th® New Cemetery, Larne. Ever remembered. Inserted Husband end Family. Old ULnarm Road. Larn<\ GUARDIANS. ILLNESS OF CHARGE NUESE. Th« weekly meeting of this Boa
11 April 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
lakne urban council.

lakne urban council.

MONTHLY MEETING. WATER AND PUBLIC HEALTH. THE HOUSING QUESTION. STBKKTB. Tb<- monthly moot'hr tkU Counril »»'■ h.-ld iu tbn Council Chamber*. M-Oarcl Town Hall, Monday la*t at noon. Mr. Snttkuel M Mccktn (chairman) pr.tutlod. amt there were l>r- 'VillUm Shaw. (v,oe ohairnau). >r
11 April 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DIVI

THE DIVI

CHRONIC INDIGESTION If you have indigestion do not forget that there is not only acidity, heartburn,* &c., but the disorder of the organs which must be affected by such unhealthy conditions. "Antigesta” cures by giving new life to the digestive antioesta This uniaue remedy sold
11 April 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DETECTIVE PROVES ARREST.

DETECTIVE PROVES ARREST.

DEATH OF HR. E. S. BLAIR. The death took place on Saturday evening of Mr. Edward S. Blair, of Rusheen, Glenburn Park. Belfast. Mr. Blair had under- Act and 25 Vic., c. 97, an Act relating'tc gone operation about three weeks ago in malicious injury to property. They were also . *
11 April 1914 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland