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THE MURDERERS COME

THE MURDERERS COME

Following thi» came German raid* upon the Ulands, in which civilian* were machine-gunned in Jer»ey and Guernsey. At least six person* were killed and several more injured in Jersey. Twenty-three were killed and 36 injured in Guernsey. THE children were got away llrst, and it was
29 June 1940 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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29 June 1940 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPECIAL PLANS ' ACTION AGAINST REVISED “B” SERGEANT

SPECIAL PLANS ' ACTION AGAINST REVISED “B” SERGEANT

Evacuation May be Sequel to Night Compulsory Patrol Affray Circumstances may wen arise under which the compulsory evacuation of the bulK of the population of certain districts in Britain threatened with invasion will require to be directed as a matter of military necessity.” Thi
29 June 1940 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Come to DONAGHADEE this week-end

Come to DONAGHADEE this week-end

DONACHADEE
29 June 1940 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FIRST RACE FROM DUNBLANE.

FIRST RACE FROM DUNBLANE.

With Dunblane the race point, last Saturday saw fanciers with very anxious faces scanning the sky and thinking that their favourites had failed them. It was not until late in the afternoon that word came through that the conveyer had decided to hold over. The birds were tossed o
29 June 1940 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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BLACK-OUT INFRINGEMENTS.

BLACK-OUT INFRINGEMENTS.

Larne Petty Sessions were held on Tuesday before Mr. John M. Mark, R.M., with District-Inspector Marlin and Mr. H S Neely. C.P.S.. in attendance. A Juvenile Court was held before ordinary business in connection with two adjourned cases. One of these, concerning three boys was, D
29 June 1940 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CHEAP MILK SCHEME.

THE CHEAP MILK SCHEME.

Under the new milk scheme which the Ministry of Food intends to bring into operation July 1 children and nursing and expectant mothers are assured of milk even if they cannot afford to buy it. Increased costs of production and distribution have made it necessary to increase the
29 June 1940 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JOHNSTONS ANTISEPTIC SHEEP DIP AN IDEAL SUMMER DIP. Nothing to beat it in price; Nothing to beat it in quality.

JOHNSTONS ANTISEPTIC SHEEP DIP AN IDEAL SUMMER DIP. Nothing to beat it in price; Nothing to beat it in quality.

One-gall. Tins 5/*. In Bulk per gall. Reduction lor quantities We hold stocks of COOPERS. M'DOUGALL S. and H A Y W A R D'S FLY DIP. and all Veterinary Remedies. H. A. JOHNSTON GOLD MEDAL CHEMIST.
29 June 1940 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CAR HIRE SERVICE Wc have a Large Fleet of Modern Cars specially suited for WEDDINGS AND PRIVATE HIRE Our Taxi

CAR HIRE SERVICE Wc have a Large Fleet of Modern Cars specially suited for WEDDINGS AND PRIVATE HIRE Our Taxi

Service is available day and night. FUNERAL UNDERTAKING Thirty Years Experience enables us to give Efficient and Reliable Service at Moderate Charges. w. s. McConnell & co. Ltd. MAIN STREET, VICTORIA STREET, BALLYCLARE. Phone : LARNF. 149 LARNE. Phone: BALLVCLARF 28 NIGHT SERVIC
29 June 1940 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUR WAR REVIEW on Land and Sea and in the Air

OUR WAR REVIEW on Land and Sea and in the Air

JUNE 20. Five plenipotentiaries are sent by the French Government to a secret meeting place hear Hitler’s terms for an armistice, later in the day Rome report slates that these five envoys are on their way back to Bordeaux. French Envoys. According to the German News Agency Mars
29 June 1940 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland