Who optional
What else? optional
Enter keyword(s), e.g. Phoenix Park, Cork or Famine

Your search returned 13,487,833 articles

65, DUBLIN ROAD, BELFAST.

65, DUBLIN ROAD, BELFAST.

lake the sample did you tell him that you weren’t tilling the milk the public? —Xo, he didn’t a*.k that. Mr. Greer—ln the case quoted by Mr. Holmes the cow was healthy and well grazed, but in this cabe the cow was being attended vet, and the people were on their guard, and shoul
10 February 1911 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHEEP DIPPING REGULATIONS.

SHEEP DIPPING REGULATIONS.

Several owners sheep were summoned under the Sheep-dipping Order, 1910, for non-ooinpliance with its regulations in failing to deliver within the prescribed period the declaration that their sheep had been dipped. Mr. Thomas J. Campbell, ex-rural district councillor, Rathmore. s
10 February 1911 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SF.RIOrs CONDITION OF AFFAIRS,

SF.RIOrs CONDITION OF AFFAIRS,

A letter was read from the Local Government Hoard forwarding for the consideration of the Antrim Rural District Council, a copy of a report made to the Board Dr. Torrens, medical officer of health the Connor Dispensary District, respecting cases of enteric fever which recently o
10 February 1911 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALLYMENA OBSERVER, FEBRUARY 10, 1911

BALLYMENA OBSERVER, FEBRUARY 10, 1911

10 February 1911 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Dear Mr. Ryan,

Dear Mr. Ryan,

I »m very pleased with my glasses, and am finding them a great comfort. No weeping matches when I got up in the mornings such I had during my stay at Be'fast. With grateful thanks to you for your kind attention and Yours faithfully. OLIVE
10 February 1911 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

View results found in British newspapers

Can you uncover your family story in our news archives?

View now Close
body would look for graves in Ra&liee. The Clerk —But they have to pay double. No grave, said, should opened

body would look for graves in Ra&liee. The Clerk —But they have to pay double. No grave, said, should opened

for fourteen years after an interment took place. No coffin should be less than four feet from the surface. Mr. Allan thought if that had l>een in force there would have been nothing wrong. Mr. Davison proposed that coffins in this graveyard must all have four leet of covering u
10 February 1911 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BULL PRBUIUMS.

BULL PRBUIUMS.

A number of applicants were selfct promi am balls for 1911, and premiums Were prov si-■nally awarded accordance with the a Department’s live stock sebeu e , improvi breed of cattle. SUBSIDIES TO SHOWS. AnpHoAtioDß for subsidies were received from the following societies the coun
10 February 1911 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BANK FRAUDS ALLEGED.

BANK FRAUDS ALLEGED.

DEALING WITH WORTHLESS CHEQUES
10 February 1911 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CORONATION GIFT. FROM ALL THE MARYS OF ENGLAND.

THE CORONATION GIFT. FROM ALL THE MARYS OF ENGLAND.

A meeting of the executive committee who are arranging the Coronation gift to the Queen on behalf of the Mary* of the United Kingdom met on Saturday, and received encouraging reports from the county committees of the enthusiasm with which the proposal has been taken throughout t
10 February 1911 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CLOSED HIS SHOP FOR THREE YEARS.

CLOSED HIS SHOP FOR THREE YEARS.

QUARTER CWT. OF COINS FOUND. A largo gilt violin over closed shop in the West India Dock road has for the past three years attracted the attention of the curious passers-by. The secret hidden behind the fastened shutters was known to only a few of the older residents in the imme
10 February 1911 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland