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104 WM. Jewellery and Silversmith's Establishment,

104 WM. Jewellery and Silversmith's Establishment,

Hamilton was charged with vagrancy, and two men named William Williams and Edward M'Master, were charged with drunkenness. Each prisoner received sentence of seven days' imprisonment. The complainants were Constable M•Williams and Sergeant Lawler. CA Tr 'll• 1"-PA L DEMONSTRATIO
08 April 1910 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH EGGS Fresh from the Farms. DANISH BUTTER°,

IRISH EGGS Fresh from the Farms. DANISH BUTTER°,

IRISH EGGS Fresh from the Farms . DANISH BUTTER°, FIRST QUALITY. SPECIAL ISTM FOR CUL HENRY 8c WALLACE QUEEN'S PARADE, BANGOR. We have Convinced WILLIAM B. NOCE. the People of Bangor MATZ, AND ININTRANCII SWINT. That the claim rlncb sobs LOinuiencing business is absolutely , genu
08 April 1910 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
CUT STONEWORK. LIVERLIVER , / DESCRIPTION OF BUILDING Y STAN !MORK, in Irish, English & Scotch and GRANITE Owner—UALLYCULLEN WHITE

CUT STONEWORK. LIVERLIVER , / DESCRIPTION OF BUILDING Y STAN !MORK, in Irish, English & Scotch and GRANITE Owner—UALLYCULLEN WHITE

STtp:NIE QUARRIES, Co. Down. (Thin in the finest White Steps imported). THOMAS BLAYNEY.
08 April 1910 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Zerny, Ltd., 45 Ann

Zerny, Ltd., 45 Ann

bath of Mr. T. L Corbett, SUDDEN CLOSE OF A STRENUOUS CAREER. A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH. It is with sincere regret that wt have to announce the death of Mr. Thomas Loonier Corbett. M.P. for North Down. whicti occurred suddenly on Wednesday at his residence. 57 Warwick Somme, London,
08 April 1910 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Go to GORMAN'S

Go to GORMAN'S

Spring Cleaning Requisites ALL GOODS OF BEST QUALITY AND AT LOWEST PRICES. Paint Mixed to Any Shade Required. and in any Quantity.
08 April 1910 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
JAS. COUSINS, 1 Gray's Hifi, BANGOR.

JAS. COUSINS, 1 Gray's Hifi, BANGOR.

CI TEIMPEUUE WEL 13 QUEENS *MUD& VW. MAIIIIIIION (M set Vittorio Hotel Ni BoIWO &rim to intern bar Weeds public that die Opened Motel bap.e to Cato. MottWs Plume Term.
08 April 1910 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Ballyvernott Dairy, Bangor HIGH-CLASS MILK, Guaranteed Pure and of Best Quality Supplied Twice Dolly. Direct from th• Farm. NEVIN ■'6LIDDERT

Ballyvernott Dairy, Bangor HIGH-CLASS MILK, Guaranteed Pure and of Best Quality Supplied Twice Dolly. Direct from th• Farm. NEVIN ■'6LIDDERT

PhOPRIETOR.
08 April 1910 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
The U.V.F. I.

The U.V.F. I.

The recently organised brass band of the Bangor U.V.F. had a march out on Tuesday. Their performance was highly creditable, and reflects the greatest credit on their instructor, Mr. W. Barnwell Bishop, F.R.C.0., and Mr. Harvey, the assistant instructors. The proficiency of the b
30 April 1915 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
HOME DEFENCE. THE Best Home Defence against Winter's Ills, Coughs. Colds, Hoarseness etc., DOOHAN'S BALSAM OP (ORE HOUND. Unsolicited Testimonials

HOME DEFENCE. THE Best Home Defence against Winter's Ills, Coughs. Colds, Hoarseness etc., DOOHAN'S BALSAM OP (ORE HOUND. Unsolicited Testimonials

can be inspected at MAIN STR/RT PHARMACY. Price 1/., and 1/6 per bottle. DOOHAN'S GINGER WINE ESSENCE. Wholesome, Invigorating, Palatable. THE DELIGHT OF XMAS PARTIES 8d per Bottle W. P. DOOHAN, M.P.S.I. MAIN STNU T. MAIMION. 'Pb... 108
30 April 1915 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Tuesday's Mewls Marsh.

Tuesday's Mewls Marsh.

On Tuesday the 11th Batt. R.1.R., with their full pack, accompanied by their tom• missariat waggons, etc., passed through Bangor en route to Ballywalter. They looked extremely well set up. and passed along with a magnificent swing. This is the Batt. to which Lieutenants Farrow,
30 April 1915 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland