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STOPPED BY REVOLVER SHOTS f —'"J STORY OF POLICE CHASE. > ‘Come-all-Ye POTEEN PROSECUTIONS IN STRABANE. Collection of old ballads

STOPPED BY REVOLVER SHOTS f —'"J STORY OF POLICE CHASE. > ‘Come-all-Ye POTEEN PROSECUTIONS IN STRABANE. Collection of old ballads

(with additions) republished by re- At Strabane, before Major Dickie, R.M.. and Mr. H. R. Jones, R.M., \ Hugh M'Closkey. John Donaghy, and Patrick Donaghy, all of Strangalwtlly, were charged by Captain Walshe, D. 1., with being in possession of illicit spirits. Mr, J G O'Kane de
10 May 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
COMPLAINTS ABOUT EMPLOYING

COMPLAINTS ABOUT EMPLOYING

OUTSIDERS. POINTSMAN FOR FRANCIS STREET-WILLIAM STREET CORNER. CLOSING OF BRANDYWELL. Meetings of the Standing Committees of the Deny Corporation were held on Monday, The Mayor (Senator D. E. B. M'CorKell, M.8.E., D.L.) presided. Also present—Aldermen Captain Wilton, P. Healy, W
10 May 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
STKANORLAR FAIR.

STKANORLAR FAIR.

There was a small supply and trade dull: milch cows. £lO 10s £l4: springing cows. £l2 £l5 10s: two year old bullocks and heifers, 10s to £8 10s: six quarter olds. £6 to £7: year olds, 10s to £5: mincers, £2 to £2 7s 6d: weanling calves. £2 10s to £3- strong farming horses for pl
10 May 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
PROVISION OF WORK FOR UNEMPLOYED

PROVISION OF WORK FOR UNEMPLOYED

Mr. Robert Lyons, J P . presided at a meeting 01* Strabaue Rural Council yesterday. , , It was reported that the balance to the credit ot the Councils ordinary account was £2,541 Bs. There was balance ol £299 13s to the credit the Donemana waterworks account. The auditor in his
10 May 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
MUSICAL lIISTRUI 6NTS. SEASIDE 110ESES TO LET.

MUSICAL lIISTRUI 6NTS. SEASIDE 110ESES TO LET.

BANGOS.--To Let. rnrnithert Ilona.. also Woo&n Bungalow.- 15 Ashley Drive. Ballybolone. BANGOR—FIat to Let. June or July: llonsibrolee Road. 8-en li mn -19 North Ants Street. 11 . .iNGOR.—F I Hotter P. Let 2 rent 5: Jnne, Aninet rieptember; careful tenant.—Boa P 1237499 BANGOR.—
10 May 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
M ISC E LL A N EOUS.

M ISC E LL A N EOUS.

ISC E LL A N EOUS. ALL binds Power and Hand Lawn hauled and Croon , M - Totlirk uslin 1 , . COMMERCIAL Printing. Cu ba. Warn. Edgar. City 011 e• Sawete Obambers. W'S' , DnOWN Quilts Ittretmared dross 13s Si eolourings.—Bonnett. 11 7 Bradbury FIT roar Widen with an t *breakable Gl
10 May 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BANANA

BANANA

a meal in a moment on hike or picnic The most nourishing of all fruits. Fyffes Bananas give energy and stamen v u F L. 4 FYFFES BRAN,t,
10 May 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WET RASH ON SON'S LEGS

WET RASH ON SON'S LEGS

imed and Spread to Arms and Face. Healed by Cuticura, "Four months ago my son broke out with a wet rash on his legs. It was in'.amed and soon spread to his arms and face. The irritation caused him restless rights. I tried almost everything without success. Then we read an advert
10 May 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUNLIGHT SOAP

SUNLIGHT SOAP

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10 May 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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10 May 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland