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PRESIDENT-DESIGNATE.

PRESIDENT-DESIGNATE.

Many in the district. Methodists and members of sister churches, will read with gratification that the president-designate of the Methodist Church in Ireland is the Rev. H. M. Watson, M.A. Some years ago Mr. Watson was the superintendent minister of the Larne Circuit, and his. g
01 June 1940 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
UNIFORM OF ONE MAN TAKEN.

UNIFORM OF ONE MAN TAKEN.

An amazing story of attempts by alleged members of the I.R.A. in Belfast to persuade a serving soldier to steal Bren and anti-tank guns and to disclose information concerning a military court of inquiry in Ulster was unfolded to Mr. J. H. Campbell, K.C., R.M., and Mr. W. F. M'Co
01 June 1940 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CHARGES.

THE CHARGES.

The accused were jointly charged under the Civil Authorities (Special Powers) Act with endeavouring to elicit from certain serving soldiers by improper means and in the interests of the I.R.A. information concerning a military court of inquiry held at a camp in Northern Ireland
01 June 1940 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“LADIES TO A DANCE.”

“LADIES TO A DANCE.”

The Resident Magistrate —What right had O'Neill to ask M'Bumey for a car to take these young ladies to a dance? Mr. M'Ninch —He wanted to go hirilself. and he would be getting a free run. The Resident Magistate In the witness-box none of the witnesses said they were going to get
01 June 1940 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A DROP TOO MUCH.

A DROP TOO MUCH.

Constable M. Clarke summoned Jas. Adamson, Kent Avenue, for being drunk on May 4. Adamson, in reply to Mr. Mark, said he got a drop of drink too much. He had lost his job over the head of it. As it was defendant's first offence. Mr. Mark directed him to pay the costs.
01 June 1940 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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NO LIGHTS.

NO LIGHTS.

On the evidence of Constable Doey. William J. Maxwell. Ferris’s Lane, and Patrick Kearney, Mill Street, were each fined 2s 6d for cycling without front lights, and Is for not having rear lights. ROUND THE SEASIDE. GLENARM FAIR PRICES. SUPPORT FOR WAR SUPPLIES DEP Praiseworthy ef
01 June 1940 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STREET FOOTBALL.

STREET FOOTBALL.

A fine of Is was imposed on William M'Calmont. Glynn Road, for playing football on the street, Constable Swann proving the case. In case of footballing on the Larne- Belfast road against William Haveron, Ballyalbana. Ballyclare, Constable Doey said a motorist had complained that
01 June 1940 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ORANGE SERVICE AT DOAGH.

ORANGE SERVICE AT DOAGH.

Under the auspices of Doagh L.O.L. No 370 service of intercession was held on Sunday afternoon last in Kilbride Parish Church. Doagh. There was a good attendance of the other local lodges. The brethren met at Doagh Orange Hall, and in procession marched to the church, where alre
01 June 1940 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER’S FIRST LINE OF DEFENCE POLICE AND SPECIALS NEW VOLUNTEER FORCE CABINET’S ANNOUNCEMENT

ULSTER’S FIRST LINE OF DEFENCE POLICE AND SPECIALS NEW VOLUNTEER FORCE CABINET’S ANNOUNCEMENT

The government of northern Ireland has COMPLETED ARRANGEMENTS WITH THE IMPERIAL AUTHORITIES WHEREBY THE DUTY OF HOME DEFENCE WILL BE UNDERTAKEN BY THE ROYAL ULSTER CONSTABULARY AND THE ULSTER SPECIAL CONSTABULARY. An additional force, to be called the Ulster Defence Volunteers,
01 June 1940 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NAVY SHELLS CAUSE HAVOC.

NAVY SHELLS CAUSE HAVOC.

On the coast the situation remains confused, with fighting continuing at various points between Abbeville at the mouth of the Somme and to the south of Calais. Calais remained in Allied hands and the German push along the coast from Boulogne was being halted. “The Germans are fa
01 June 1940 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland