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Celebration saw

Celebration saw

Celebration Maids' Morning and Afternoon Aprons, each 1/-. 1/6. 1/11, 2/6, 2/11, 8/6, 3/11. 4/11. Children'. Cotton Pinafores, each eid., 9d., 1/-, 1/11, i/$. 1 /11. 2 / 6 , 2/11, 2/12.
29 June 1940 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
ITNE PRESIDENTIAL OFFICE.

ITNE PRESIDENTIAL OFFICE.

The plant which 111 r. outlined for the office of President of Lire three year ago, when the new ConstituH ties was being debated, seem to have ' Alma wrong At that time some people mestiomed the wisdom of the office and andir establishment. The answer Mr. de Valera was that we
29 June 1940 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
reforms. the settiug up of pariah eau& Canon Webb felt that it was a great privilege to join with so

reforms. the settiug up of pariah eau& Canon Webb felt that it was a great privilege to join with so

many notable persons In taking part in this gross work. if. drew further attention to the objects of the society, and to the fact that financial &Rai stance was Wet to Finland. Hungary. China, etc. from the Central Council of the Irish organ. isation in order to help distreas so
29 June 1940 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
Cookstown, at 1.30 o'clock p.m.,

Cookstown, at 1.30 o'clock p.m.,

Valuable Farm of Land and Premises. situate in Townland of Kinturk, for Mrs. Jane Muldoon. BEAK • MaeKBOWN. Auctioneers. Cookstown. Valuable Freehold Lands, containing about 14 Acres. together with Dwellinghouse, etc.. the property of Mr. John 111 . Guigan, for Sale Privately. A
29 June 1940 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
A CRIEVE BRIDE

A CRIEVE BRIDE

St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Blackhill, Co. Durham. was the scene of a pretty wedding on Bth June. when Mr. R. Ferguson, son of Mrs. and the late Ferguson. of Blackhill, was married to Miss M. E. Bell, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bell, of Crieve. Cookstown. Give
29 June 1940 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
Canadian v. Sky Man

Canadian v. Sky Man

How a Canadian soldier captured a German parachutist in a small French village was told in London last week. He was on sentry-go at a car park. In the gathering darkness his attention was drawn to a group of Frenchmen gesticulating and shouting - Socha, Borhe" He found the parac
29 June 1940 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
Nail Morale.

Nail Morale.

--- Information trickling throucll to the Air Ministry from German sources nog or.lv confirms Royal Air Force pilots' reports of the damage they have caused in raids ever Germany in the laq few weeks, but suggests that the effect of raids mon the morale has been apnreciable. The
29 June 1940 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
SALVAGE OF SCRAP METAL.

SALVAGE OF SCRAP METAL.

MIL PARKER OUTLINES SCHEME. The half-monthly meeting of Magherafelt Bcard of Guardians was held on Thursday. ➢resent—Mr. H. M Master ----- (deputy . vice-chairman), presiding; Mrs. Parker, 0 8.E.. MY.: Messrs. S. G. Davison, JY.; J. H. Leacock. J.P.; W. Carson. J. M'Quillan, F.
29 June 1940 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
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eg , g New COMMISSiI Oaths. In the High Court on Friday the Lord Chief Justice heard the petitions of James M'Cammon, David Irvine Thompson, and Thomas William Brown, all of Cookstown, each seeking to be appointed a Commissioner to administer oaths. After hearing counsel for the
29 June 1940 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland