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The fair pastures of Down are marvellously rich in those essential., which add a piquancy and wholesomeness to the good

The fair pastures of Down are marvellously rich in those essential., which add a piquancy and wholesomeness to the good

value of Lamb. • You have ay years of real practical experience upon which to depend for the Vtry Bat, and so with every confidence I commend Laub the sure belief you will have satisfaction.
10 May 1919 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
EX RAISER TO BE TRIED.

EX RAISER TO BE TRIED.

Wednesday—the fourth anniversary of the sinking of the Lusitania—was a great day for the Allied and Associated Powers. The terms "on which alone they will make peace with Germany" were handed to the enemy delegates at the Trianon Palace Hotel, Versailles, fortnight being allowed
10 May 1919 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ROBSON'S PAT STOCK SALES Pat aM Store Sheep every Monday. Fat and Store Cattle every Tuesday. Store Cattle a speciality.

ROBSON'S PAT STOCK SALES Pat aM Store Sheep every Monday. Fat and Store Cattle every Tuesday. Store Cattle a speciality.

Commission only 1 per cent. or 3d. per E. Lastest Mart, and best Clientele for an classes of stock.
10 May 1919 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
PIDDUCK'S QUEEN'S PARADE STUDIO few doe. Kola Street). have made Mr. his Marko MONDAY/ aid FRIDAY" low Cie Citudass °madamMy.

PIDDUCK'S QUEEN'S PARADE STUDIO few doe. Kola Street). have made Mr. his Marko MONDAY/ aid FRIDAY" low Cie Citudass °madamMy.

daseedlity: Aldan sad hum, Otaga anew& o pls AU Week (Imo* Minds,
10 May 1919 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
IN MEMORIAM.

IN MEMORIAM.

TlLLAnniversary Ogee and High for the report of the acrid of tr ri late Mrs Elizabeth Fortuna, Tullis he held in Cieariestoon Church en sewlac. May 6th, at it o'cloek (old time 4. It. P. ( . 10‘2 1 21X 6 ) reftEMouth's Mind Odor and High J 1 ]Lea for pie repose of the soul $e LA
2 May 1919 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 

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2 May 1919 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
SPRING AND SUMMER Sit

SPRING AND SUMMER Sit

Buyers have just returned from the Markets. All the I Fashion Centres hays been sought for their best productions to make our Spring & Summer Show The most notable in our history. • Ws cordially invite you to pay us a visit of isupediou I at your earliest convenience. HOLDEN & H
2 May 1919 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
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poersas AND w• moo bows equipped than other house in the Irish Provisoes tee pONIMS AND And can oolircr on

tho shorte.t notice. MN PIMPLE" PRINTECU WORSE. Wt
2 May 1919 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
ALLEGED CONSPIRACY

ALLEGED CONSPIRACY

NG CASE AT E.•7NLSOORTHT. At the Enniscorthy Quarter Sessions on Tuesday, Moses Carroll, labourer, Be, Ballymnrrin, brought an action for conspiracy claiming £5O damages against Wm. Whftam engine-owner and farmer , Oarrylough, Sawn. Plaintiff &Hegel that defendant conspired with
2 May 1919 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
FARMERS.

FARMERS.

MUUMUU!, Ostia and Sidra • loan bon Mb lo 11,000 en year at and van t Arleta* On% born, la your oau town, "bare wins, an boom, bat apply tor terns be TM !ET CONIIIMIAL LOAI I I MID NT CO., LTD.. 57, Kiddie Adnera•-41r. J. W. o 0 objectke. No Pranslaary tae* ttcts *bare badmen le
2 May 1919 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland