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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
 
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
 
ELDEST GRANDSON OF EX-KAISER

ELDEST GRANDSON OF EX-KAISER

BEEN KILLED IN ACTION. SON OF CROWN PRINCE WILHELM. BERLIN, Monday.—Prince Wilhelm, eldest son of the former Crown Prince of Germany, has been killed in action, it was revealed in Berlin to-day. No details of his death are yet available. Prince Wilhelm was the first Hohenzollern
01 June 1940 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AFTER THE MINISTER FOR WAR.

AFTER THE MINISTER FOR WAR.

A sub-lieutenant of the Territorial Reserve was arrested during a banquet in Buenos Ayres for making allusions against the Allied powers in an after-dinner speech. The subaltern had requested permission to propose a patriotic toast, and spoke after a speech the Minister of War,
01 June 1940 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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KING'S COUSIN MISSING.

KING'S COUSIN MISSING.

MINISTRY OF FOOD find a detachable postcard headed ‘Reference Leaf’ (shown above). Fill in the required particulars carefully. Cut out the whole postcard, address it to your home Food Office (see Note below), and post it, without a stamp, as early as possible before Saturday, Ju
01 June 1940 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“TREACHERY,” SAYS MAETERLINCK.

“TREACHERY,” SAYS MAETERLINCK.

“Incredible! the spirit and heart refuse to accept this news,” said Count Maurice Maeterlinck, the famous Belgian writer, when he heard that King Leopold had capitulated. Count Maeterlinck said the news “meant an example of treachery unprecedented in history.” STORMY MEETING. IT
01 June 1940 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IGNORE CAPITULATION ORDER.

IGNORE CAPITULATION ORDER.

The Belgian Government late last night instructed M. Rychmans, the Governor-General of the Belgian Congo, to ignore the capitulation of King Leopold.
01 June 1940 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHIEF OF IMPERIAL STAFF. ULSTERMAN PROMOTED, NEW JOB FOR IRONSIDE. C.-IN-C. HOME DEFENCES Genera Edmund Ir Chief o I Imperial

CHIEF OF IMPERIAL STAFF. ULSTERMAN PROMOTED, NEW JOB FOR IRONSIDE. C.-IN-C. HOME DEFENCES Genera Edmund Ir Chief o I Imperial

G Staff, has bc< pointed Comm m-Chief of Defences. His place taken by an I man. General John Dill. C Sir Walter the present mander - in ■ Home Defenci to retire. It was exp in well - inti London circles the changes been brought the develoi of the mi situation and General Sir Joh
01 June 1940 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PAINTING

PAINTING

BALLYCLARE METHODIST CHURCH TENDERS ARE REQUIRED from Competent Contractors. Specification can obtained from Rev. CHARLES KEYS, Green Road. Ballyclare. The lowest or any Tender not-necessanly accepted. Consult . . (Lat* Queen's University, Belfast, and Dublin Hospitals) For the
01 June 1940 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland