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ORGANIST & CHOIRMASTER.

ORGANIST & CHOIRMASTER.

Applications, with Copies of Testimonials, to bo the hands of Bev. Dr. MACMILLAN, Dinanew House, Kavenhill Ko&d, by first poet on Monday, 30th June. WANTED, YOUNG LADY CLERK For coal merchant’s office. One with one or two years’ experience preferred. Apply J. M. C.,” “Whig” Offi
21 June 1919 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANOTHER CINEMA DISASTER

ANOTHER CINEMA DISASTER

Porto Rioo, Friday. One hundred and fifty persons are reported to have been killed or injured, including many children, in a fire which occurred last night at a cinema theatre at Twenty-seven unidentified bodies have been recovered from the ruins. TRIBITSCH LINCOLN TO BE DEPOR f
21 June 1919 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INTERESTING GARRICK WEDDING

INTERESTING GARRICK WEDDING

mooing intorerting wedding ' took place in St. Nicholas’s Carricktergus, when Captain Joseph iSoe.-, llar.vport, was married to Miss Isabella Carnaghan, daughter the late Mr. John M. and Mi-s. Carnaghuu, Joymount, C&rrickfergns. ccrenion> the Kev. P. J. Mac Niece. 8.D., aesiatod
21 June 1919 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HARBOUR BOARD.

HARBOUR BOARD.

the annual meeting of the Coleraiuo Harbour Board Mr. Andrew Clarke, J.P., was unanimously re-elected chairman for ensuing year, and Mr, Robert O’Neill vicochairmail, W. Hay and T. Wray were leuppoinied auditors. LURQAN UNION CONTRACTS. A ▼ery large number article& unten<lered l
21 June 1919 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
tame Dentists ita Tom

tame Dentists ita Tom

21 June 1919 - Roscommon Messenger - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
•* « Ceremonies of impressive solemnity marked the closing on Sunday night last, of the mission conducted in Roscommon by

•* « Ceremonies of impressive solemnity marked the closing on Sunday night last, of the mission conducted in Roscommon by

the Passionist Fathers during the previous fortnight. The congregation was of unusually large dimensions, and the final sermon, so eloquently delivered, was listened with the utmost attention. very interesting marriage ceremony took place at St Mary’s Cathedral, Belfast, on •Jun
21 June 1919 - Roscommon Messenger - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
m. j. CHDBOH STREET, ROSCOMMON, just received huge assortment of PIPES from all the leading Irish, English, and Continental Mannfao

m. j. CHDBOH STREET, ROSCOMMON, just received huge assortment of PIPES from all the leading Irish, English, and Continental Mannfao

turers, which he offers Verif Lowest Prices, Consistent with Quality. Pipes, Tobaccos. Cigarettes, Fancy Goods, cV'o., Supplied to the Trade, At Manufacturers' Prices. PKIZKS FOR SPORTS, ETC IN GREAT VARIETY.
21 June 1919 - Roscommon Messenger - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
A TRUE FORECAST

A TRUE FORECAST

Mr Dillon’s Eredictions Verified The Irish Situation. —Lines on which a Settlement Must Come Dillon has received thßSumot£4sl:H6i, balance of the South Derry collection for the General Eleotiou Fund, per Messrs Felix and Josepn Davison, making a total of £285 13s Sd. Mr Dilton h
21 June 1919 - Roscommon Messenger - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
The North Wall Tort.

The North Wall Tort.

Col. McCollogh, A.S.C., stated North W»U coso ho had o test. 'They built uu o rick over bailed hay and threw lighted cigarettes into them, and th.ey fiiund it impossible eet fire to it boiled in this Jorm , without the use ol some highly inflammable material. The burning tho hay
21 June 1919 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland