The NaseL From every part of Ireland I have received mum.ne from the Irish Volunteen tbet they accepted my suggestion and that they were ready to fulfil the duty that I indicated, and, more than that—perhape better and happier than that—l have had evidence from every part of Irel
17 August 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
IK AID OP H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES NATIONAL RELIEF FUND, IN THE ESPLANADE. BANGOR. On TUESDAY, 18th August. EXCURSION TICKETS will issued nil Trains from Belfast till 7-30 p.m. also by Steamer at 12-0 noon, 3-0 p.m., and 6-15 p.m. CHARLES A. MOORE, 389$ General Manager.
3 14/16 H P ARGYLL CHASSIS, SUITABLE FOR LIGHT COMMERCIAL VEHICLES. Lately overhauled, aud in splendid running order. Price £135, spot Cash, J. B. FERGUSON, LTD.. CHICHESTER STREET, BELFAST. NEAT 2-oeator Motor Car for Salo; perfect order; any trial given; might exchange for mot
1087. THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE IN IRELAND KING’S BENCH DIVISION BANKRUPTCY. In the matter JOHN E. DUDGEON, Omagh and Bundoran, Automobile Merchant, Bankrupt. SALE OF MOTOR CARS, SEW ADTOCLIPSE UGHTIN6 OUTFIT (COST £2B), TYPING MACHINE. &c- BE SOLD BY AUCTION, «t the AVENUE AUCTI
MERCANTILE COLLEGE. Established years. SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS JAMES PYPER, M.A. principals. H. S. R. PYPER, B.A. l THE BUILDINGS are Centrally Situated in a most Healthy District; Large and Commodious Classrooms, well lighted and ventilated; Musgrave’s Best Low Pressure Heati