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TICEROT 15 L05D05.

TICEROT 15 L05D05.

15 L05D05. The “Morning Post" states that at Inncheon party given the Lord Mayor I/>ndon yesterday afternoon the freedom th© t’itv had been conferred Lord French and Lord Jellicoe. Lord French permitted himself guarded allusion Ireland. Although, h© said. cannot enter on the subj
22 May 1920 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WANTED TO BUY ANY CLASS EMPTY BAGS, RAGS, JAM-POTS- or BOTTLES. bags iSIALL BAGS JAM POTS DRV RAAtS SCRAP IKON

WANTED TO BUY ANY CLASS EMPTY BAGS, RAGS, JAM-POTS- or BOTTLES. bags iSIALL BAGS JAM POTS DRV RAAtS SCRAP IKON

LEAD HOKsE HAIR .... CURLED HAIR ... 9' 6*l frf»r 4- 6'l p*r Doz«a. 1' pt-r |>oscn. 2' o<l Stoue. ♦ > Od i>cr cwt. 25' Od i>**r cwt. 1 Od per lb. Os 6d per lb. GOOD RABBIT SKINS. BEST PRICES PAID. PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO HENRY M-GOOKIN, mill street and pound street. LARNE.
22 May 1920 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Regular vlsitors to Belfast —- patronize THOMPSON’S LUNCHEONS, DINNERS, TEAS. Pratamna thia feoo*«. because te Excellence tn Purvertaa Promo* Saretce

Regular vlsitors to Belfast —- patronize THOMPSON’S LUNCHEONS, DINNERS, TEAS. Pratamna thia feoo*«. because te Excellence tn Purvertaa Promo* Saretce

-atariag fmacrlptlmm uatartatae « e*iltaat»a amboiltlad raqmaat, 14 RECALL PLACE. «FI.PAST telepnohb wn
22 May 1920 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO MOTORISTS AM* CYCLISTS. IBEX. TO INTIMATE TO THE PUBLIC GENEI.'AT- THAT UNDERTAKE REPAIRS ANY -MAKE OE MOTOR OR CYCLE.

TO MOTORISTS AM* CYCLISTS. IBEX. TO INTIMATE TO THE PUBLIC GENEI.'AT- THAT UNDERTAKE REPAIRS ANY -MAKE OE MOTOR OR CYCLE.

I HAVE YEARS’ PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE IN THIS TRADE. CUSTOMERS CAN RELY ON GETTINo THEIR WORK DONE RIGHT. BTOVF. EN'AMF.LUXG. BHAZFNG, SOLI'FRING. PRAM TYRES FITTFI). ALL MOTOR AND CYCLE ACCESSORIES STOCKED. WIL IA H . KEL J, S 11 CROSS STREET. LARNE.
22 May 1920 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RELY LOR RELIEF

RELY LOR RELIEF

upon a thoroughly reliable remedy—a remedy with a reputation! A good reputation rest? upon reliability, particularly in tire case of a proprietary medicine. An unreliable prepar ation —no matter how fully and widely advertised—can never achieve a reputation any standing. The rel
29 May 1920 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ASSOCIATED BOARD

THE ASSOCIATED BOARD

THE ROYAL ACADEMY MCSIC. The Royal Academy of Mnsic, London. RUDIMENTS OF Ml SlC—Mise VENA COUSINS gained 91 marl® out possible 99. THE INCORPORATE SOCIETY MUSICIANS, LONDON. GRADE ll—Mies ISABELLA HILL, I’aes with Distinction- GRADE ll.—Mise ISABELLA ENGLAND. Paas with Distinct
01 May 1920 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LARNE AND W II null LAP.

LARNE AND W II null LAP.

LARNE AND null LAP. THE ULSTER COALFIELDS. EXPERIMENTS NOW IN PROGRESS. BORING PLANTS INSTALLED. BELFAST FiBH’S ENTERPRISE. It is understood that Messrs. John Kelly, Ltd., shipowners and coal importers, Belfast, have acquired the mining rights of the Moore estate, extending from
01 May 1920 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DUNDALK TRAGEDY'

THE DUNDALK TRAGEDY'

PATROL ATTACKED POLICE STORE AT IXQUEST. (O.NSTABLE’S EXCITING TIME. The investigation into the death the yardman Mulhollnnd. who met his death the shooting affair i„ Bridge ytreet, Dumlalk. iriday week laat, waa re- on Saturday in the Crown Court the , Courthouse. Dundalk, J Mu
01 May 1920 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CROWN COUNSEL AND GILLIGAN.

CROWN COUNSEL AND GILLIGAN.

CROWN COUNSEL AND Mr. Carrigan, K.C., replying for the Crown, reviewed the evidence, and .asked the jury to totally disregard the evidence of Gilligan, and exclude it from consideration. It was not counsel's duty to denounce anybody, and he would say nothing about the unfortunate
01 May 1920 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REPLIED.

REPLIED.

While repairing hia motor-car by the roadside gentleman was accosted a farmer. After short silence the gentleman said, “I suppose you know what this is?" pointing his car. "yes,'* was the reply; "it’s a motor." "Oh, no." exclaimed the gent, "it’s automobile." Silence again. " Wh
01 May 1920 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland