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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
 
'bl E tAY, ';

'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
 
COALS.

COALS.

2 December 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BELGIANS IN BELGIUM

BELGIANS IN BELGIUM

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2 December 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HIGH MASS. 11 A.M.

HIGH MASS. 11 A.M.

HIGH MASS. A.M. His Grace the Archbishop Preacher: Rev. Vincent Byrne. S.J . PROSPECTUS. SOUTH-EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY. Issas of £500.000 5 percent, Preference Stock (1914) Lt.o•al atah mord le I. , ede• end AO. Mg). Lino, Re* rroproeto• Spretal tOntral Newt hold 144 1914, h., 5W
2 December 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MII7IINAL. WEDNESDAY. DECtifllß 2, 11114. THE DANGER OF EMIGRATION.

MII7IINAL. WEDNESDAY. DECtifllß 2, 11114. THE DANGER OF EMIGRATION.

The letter which we publish to-day hoot Mi. Patrick Egan should be taken to heart in every part of Ireland. There is grave danger in emigrating from Ireland ■t this period to the United States. Last month there eras an increase in the num bee of male emigrants of 123 over the nu
2 December 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SAVING OF WOUNDED AND GUNS.

SAVING OF WOUNDED AND GUNS.

RALLYING THE IRISH GUARDS. Lapdog., Toads,. The name. eh (putted o.uilbt of 68 'Lloyd, la Batt. Duke of Edinburgh's Wilk ,Regunant. officers of the Expeditionary For; who have Comb{ Retiraftest received the U.S.O. recognition of services Lieut. James nennetli SleConnell. in the
2 December 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland