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MORE BOER WORDS.

MORE BOER WORDS.

Tbe following lift will found useful reader* of the war news. Tim pronunciation of the more difficult word* is given : Aapies River (Arpies).—Runs through Pretoria into the Limpopo. Bethulie (Bcth-ooly).—Town m the Orange Free State. Burgher—Males over sixteen years old posse i»
30 December 1899 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WILLIAMS TYPEWRITER. WRITING MACHINE OF THE HIGHEST STANDARD. SUPPLIED B. GOVERNMENT. THE WAR OFFICE, CROWN COLONY AGENTS. THE DUBLIN

THE WILLIAMS TYPEWRITER. WRITING MACHINE OF THE HIGHEST STANDARD. SUPPLIED B. GOVERNMENT. THE WAR OFFICE, CROWN COLONY AGENTS. THE DUBLIN

CORPORATION. THE R. C. AND METROPOLITAN POLICE. TRINITY COLLEGE. Ex:. CHALLENGES THE WORLD FOR SPEED. LIOHEST ' OOL» BUED To Let, Old Glenarre Road, Larac. 90 x 25. suitable for coachbnUdiog porpoees, or builder s yard; entrance two Responds Instantaneously to Light and Easy Key
30 December 1899 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OH ACCOUNT OF REMOVING TO MOKE COMMODIOUS AND EXTENSIVE PREMISES. AN EAIILY CALL SuLICITtD

OH ACCOUNT OF REMOVING TO MOKE COMMODIOUS AND EXTENSIVE PREMISES. AN EAIILY CALL SuLICITtD

OH ACCOUNT OF REMOVING TO MOKE COMMODIOUS AND EXTENSIVE PREMISES. AN EAIILY CALL NOW OPEN KENEICK’S NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO, MAIN STREET, LARNE, I3ELL (ESTABLISHED 1787 HOUSE PAINTEKS, SIGN' WRITEKS, GLASS The new rtitdio ihe mort modern and complete in the neigh. BOURHOOD. fitte
30 December 1899 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST DETAILS.

LATEST DETAILS.

Upon inquiry 8.30 fins evening, t-ur rep-o reutativo was infomod that no arrest had been i iado in with the daring robbery ai Belfast Bank to-day. and iluu the police authentios were still ut any duo to the p*'rt‘c irators of crime. Diligont search, however, w being made, and th
30 December 1899 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NARROW ESCAPE OF THE BLACK

NARROW ESCAPE OF THE BLACK

The following »n tract from a letter received by Mr. JolmCarath, Marrylrock Belfast, from hi» eon in law, who i« a col mr-jcegesr.i. in the Black Watch; Camp. 8 Africa. 2>th November. had very nice voyage out—only two cir) » rough weal her—but we nave been knocked fbout since, a
30 December 1899 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOTES

NOTES

1. fciJ" The ■yalcm of broogi't encccss «o niauv mutt finrf f*v, ur with C.B. Examiner?, and therefor* dates boat enaure iheir -uccefs by joiniog Claeses Hoghee'e Academv. 2. Parent? and Htudocta should compare oat aneceesca with those paired from all otbei Ulster Classes and In
30 December 1899 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AT THE FRONT

AT THE FRONT

A mother's Prayer His chair is standing empty (That's hi» portrait on the wall)} And do not hear him whistle, Hear his footstep in the bull; When his well loved name is spoken, Voices falter—lips grow pale, For our eldest is on duty At the front the Transvaal; angel, guardian un
30 December 1899 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BRITISH OCCUPYDORURECHT ENROLLING VOLUNTEERS

BRITISH OCCUPYDORURECHT ENROLLING VOLUNTEERS

London, Tuesday. The following despatch has been received .from the General Officer commanding the Cape, which was posted the War Office to-day : TOWN, December 25th. Gatacre that Dalgety, with 150 police, occupied Dordrecht. The Boers are retreating. No loss. (SXUTEB'S TELEGRAM
30 December 1899 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WAR FUND.

THE WAR FUND.

Sped*] ootlection* were teken to menj the Protestant Obarefcee Sunday in eid of Roberta* Fund lor the Widows end Orphan* of Soldier* and ■ailor*. ObUncfion to rthe mza* lyutd won taken Mme the Method!* Church**,
30 December 1899 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
needs* and trials of his nautical audience.

needs* and trials of his nautical audience.

That wonderful talking machine, the gramophone, then sang, spoke, and played some 24 appropriate “records,” to the great delight, of the assembled saihxrs. The first record was* a chime of church bell©' calling them wor- Adp ; the second, Hark the Herald, Angels Sing,” by a chur
30 December 1899 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland