year cte*e «d the full aeraag force et the wind- For when yoa’ia At yoahe*eaofce»«( cold. And fitness k shnpiy a question keeping poor UoodMiMM and fed. Saansofea docs this. Each ipoooful, each dsy, gfecs you the Uve lifewtte fidL »v*» A Doctor (MJX. «dM: "/ to, k*kfy * Smimrm.
osoßnnsL * One cnrioui feature of the present situation is that a marriage is impossible until next April, the decree nisi in the divorce secured by Mrs. Ernest Simpson in the Court will not be pronounced until then. No law, unless the circumstances are very exceptional, can upse
Fiahery Conservators, banded in record of the conviction. Mr. Uurnaghan, who defended, said Speer was a gillie employed Captain Williams. He bad been convicted of having a telescopic gaff, and was fined £s. He submitted that the application abould have been made at the time of t
Orleans, Friday.—Mrs. Simpson motored through here this evening in the direction of Bloia. She had previously stopped at Evreuz, where she made a telephone call to Loudon. WITH LAST. Paris, Friday.—lt is understood that Mrs. Simpson is staying with Lad}' Mendl at the Villa Triano
DONXOAL BAZD. Guards McColr, O’Donnell, and O’Con"or. of the Carrick Station, undej Ser'• ant O'Malley, accompanied Sergeant '•alvan and (iuard Gallagher, of the '•'■■noolumbkillc Station, carried out an 'xtcnsivc search for poteen in the Largy"aseeiagh ami Grove areas a few days
Several important sale* farma have taken place recently in Tyrone. Mr. David Wilson’s farm at Mountjoy, East, Omagh, has been sold to Mr. Win. T.. Ooligher, Carrickatain, Donemana, at £3,010, with for the farm implements. The farm of the representatives of the late Robert J. Joh