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TO BUY TOMBSTONES.

TO BUY TOMBSTONES.

POSTAL SERVANT'S THEFT. C1'1101.14 USE FOR ?MOM MONET. modal servant who admittedly Mole • cheque, forged the signature on it, altered the ainount, and then spent • portion of tbs proceed+ on having • headstone erected to his a•eeetors, came before Mr. Justice Dodd 'at the Ulste
2 December 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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'bl E tAY, ';

'bl E tAY, BARON AND FUR COAT. A HUSBAND'S DISCOVERY, AND Will In the DiNem Robins, formerly (lon, now . Regiment. Marie Cid,
2 December 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WAR lENUS FOR PETS.

WAR lENUS FOR PETS.

When so many people are likely to be in want it is clearly a Abel.' to lavish luxuries on our pets. No one nisi., to make the treatures under our care suffer at all, nod tern. is not the least r.•asnn why this should be so. Indeed, it is probable that many lot animals would impr
2 December 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Irish Vellu~m Note Paper

Irish Vellu~m Note Paper

Irish Vellu ~ m Note Paper ANCIENT MANUFACTURED IN IRELAND* Three Siass ALBERT NOTE DUCK ESS_.NOTE SMALL NOTE (7 : 4) Price 1/- per box (120 sheets). or 1/4 post free. Envelopes to suit 1/- per 100, or 1/4 post free. I box each, 2/6 In two shades. Crean mad Azure, slightly mark r
2 December 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THREE HOURS.

THREE HOURS.

Two viperskep - i - aw - Woiipiatooti --- oi the Northampton. snug and tight in the trenches three days without any water except what they could bring in their water bottles overnight. and a sergeant of their company took three hours to cover 300 yards one afternoon with a new l
2 December 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON MONET MARKET.

LONDON MONET MARKET.

Bank rata lib Ant), b p. cant. Bank bills, sixty day., 2 13.16-4 p.c.; three months, 3j p.c. • four months, 33 p.c.; mouths, 1 4 4-4{ p.c. Trada bills, three 4y-6 p.a.; lons smooths. 6 p.c.; six months, 6-64 p.e. Day to day roomy, 11-13 ire. f osyro-day lroo, 18-2 tie.; brokers'
3 December 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TOL TOURXAMUT.

TOL TOURXAMUT.

soma GRAY. Gray peed • rmiarkable victory at the Soho Square saloon lam evening the Bret al his two Mote with Newman, the margin an his 'swear as dose being 133. New. 'man started the 115 behindbet be bed so moch the beet of Um play io the afternoon that the interval /MONO or hi
3 December 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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; -INiiBEIMONTIL

3 December 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO Mt. T. P. O'CONNOR

TO Mt. T. P. O'CONNOR

In reply to a resolution sent from a recent meeting in Glasgow to the Preach Ration,' Mr. T. P. cyCoulor. M.P.. has received; the following letter from the Preach la. bar 1 4 ear Mr. O'Cornor—Ton wen good isough to tras.emit to the President of the Republic • resolution passed a
3 December 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROTEST TO GREAT garnet

PROTEST TO GREAT garnet

Association War Special). New York, Widassday. Waakington correspoedent of tug • /braid," oaks Metal the Wowing It is leveed that State Dapartawnt bas general protest Groat Brits' against the boo of the right to Avestan cargoes of cooditional contraband dastiaad for *antral port
3 December 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland