The wedding took plaee yesterday at Eroomhedge Parish Church, Maze, of Mr. James M‘C. Downes, only son the late Mr. and Mrs. W. Downes, HUicrest, Causeway End Road, Lisburn, and Miss Margaret M. Cregan, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Cregan, Thistlemount. Antrim Road. Lisburn
New Exchange Proposal Being Considered Mr. R. Bara (C„ Evesham) asked the Foreign Secretary at Westminster yesterday to consider taking steps to exchange prisoners of war who have been in captivity for more than four years and are over 50. Mr. Hall. Under - Secretary, stated tha
Lord Justice Murphy put a recorded sentence of six months' Imprisonment, with hard labour, against Barnes, bound her to the peace for two years and discharged her. Against M'Culiough his Lordship put a recorded sentence of 12 months' imprisonment, bound her to the peace for two
Tenders were received at the Bank of England yesterday for Treasury bills to the maximum amount oi £110.000,000. The preliminary statement showed that those dated Monday at £99 las Id and above received in full, while those dated Tuesday to Saturday at £99 15s received about 32%
If only I knew what caused my Rheumatism 1 might be ab)s to get the better of it! Answer : There are now good grounds for believing that a great deal of Rheumatism such as Sciatica, Neuritis, Lumbago and the like is caused by poisons originating in bad teeth, or septic tonsils,
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BELFAST AND COUNTY DOWN RAILWAY. TOR STORES. Directors of the Belfast and County Down Railway Company are prepared to receive Tenders for the Supply of the undermentioned STORES for Twelve Months from Ist March next:— No. No. 1. Iron. 12. Ropes. Twine, 2. Iron Castings. and Fla