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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS TO THE ELECTORS

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS TO THE ELECTORS

NORTH WARD. UOIXB ADD GENTLEMEN— We regret exceedingly thet li ImpordUe lot to Elector per■onelly prior to the ot Poll, Thursday, 15th Inst, between the boon ol BIGHT s.m. end BIGHT m. Ae this la the moat Important Election that hte am taken pl&oe In the hiatory at out Oily, It
13 January 1920 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ACTION AGAINST !LAIED LINE DISMISSED.

ACTION AGAINST !LAIED LINE DISMISSED.

At Londonderry Recorder’s Court yesterday Judge Osborne heard an action brought by John Canning, a Waterloo-street dealer, against the Laird Line for £9 17s, damages for breach of contract. Mr. T. E. Conaghan (for Mr. Charles M‘Oormack) appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Louis
13 January 1920 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
RED ON CH MORNING.

RED ON CH MORNING.

13 January 1920 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
DURING THE WEEK LOWTHER BROS.,

DURING THE WEEK LOWTHER BROS.,

BOOT W BHOB ÜBOHOITS, , JIIOHMOND-STREET. Bargtbu lx the Holldayi la UDtBB' BTBAP, OODBT, and OIi&OB QIBSON BBQEB. Line. Bedaetloni QBRT.'B BLAOK and TAR BHOBS.
29 July 1920 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
CASTLEDAWSON ASMS SAID.

CASTLEDAWSON ASMS SAID.

At midnight recently, on hearing the demand Open the door, we are military,” Mrs. George Sampson, Leitrim, about mile from Castledawson, opened her door, only to be confronted by party of armed civilians with discoloured faces. Twelve of these followed Mrs. Sampson to the kitche
29 July 1920 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 

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THE PBiBMIER’S POLICY CRITICISED.

THE PBiBMIER’S POLICY CRITICISED.

VERY SERIOUS CONDITION CREATED.” The Morning Poet” gays —The Russian policy the Prime Minister has indeed created a very serious situation, and it is of grave importance that the public should understand exactly how serious it is. Mr. Uoyd-George is doing his utmost to secure th
29 July 1920 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE RIALTO GREAT ATTRACTION * FOB To-olght, To-morrow, and Saturday. THOMAS H. INCE Fnasnta the Established Dertf Favcuriie, in Other

THE RIALTO GREAT ATTRACTION * FOB To-olght, To-morrow, and Saturday. THOMAS H. INCE Fnasnta the Established Dertf Favcuriie, in Other

Men’s Wives, A PABAMODNT ProdinSjon ol Bzeevtioul Qaellly end Slrencth. ALICE JOYCE, The Fhenomenel Aetrees, la THE LION IND THE MOUSE A Tltegreph Buyer Film, adapted from the Beoowned g) Bniocsa, lod Full Supplemaatary Programme, CansiaUag Comedy, Gazette, and Pictorial. CONTIN
29 July 1920 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
100 JOINERS

100 JOINERS

FOB LONG JOB. Haws worked, per week j rale, 1/11 par hour. 50 BRICKLAYERS. Boon wotkid, 44 pet week; Otartime paid; tala, 1/11 pet boor. - » F&BBB BBFUNDED. Apply, to Writing, to SIR ROBERT ■‘ALPINE & SONS, Aahgrove-road Work) Office, HOODEBSFIELD, TOBKS. WANTED, ■an for Machine
08 January 1920 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
FATE OF A WOMAN HATER. MURDERED IN BED.

FATE OF A WOMAN HATER. MURDERED IN BED.

A verdict of wilful murder against some person persons unknown was returned at the inquest at Newcastle last night William Fennell, fifty, found dead bed the end November a house he occupied alone, with a wound in the head. There were £3OO in War Savings Certificates and £lO in
08 January 1920 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
An ex-aoldier named Richard Bingham, for- The latest War Office lists of warrant officers, of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, when

An ex-aoldier named Richard Bingham, for- The latest War Office lists of warrant officers, of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, when

non-commissioned officers, and men give the cr lysing tho gangway a ship on Tuesday names twenty who have died, eleven of them morning overbalanced and fell into the water as prisoners war. at the Donegull Quay, Belfast, and was drowned. A month-old mystery has been elucidated b
01 January 1920 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland