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THE MID-ULSTER book: cxjXtb.

THE MID-ULSTER book: cxjXtb.

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05 November 1898 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
ALTHOUGH THE BPAHIABDB HAVE BEEN BEATEN BY THE THE ULSTER TWEED HOUSE

ALTHOUGH THE BPAHIABDB HAVE BEEN BEATEN BY THE THE ULSTER TWEED HOUSE

CJTILt HOLDS ITS OWN AGAINST ALL RIVALS, owing tot to* B« nathlog bot tho omM RELIABLE GOODS, whieh wo tarn aot io Bort Stylo at to Lima Pnom, nod wo mo wall to Mm Front in tho HEW SEASON'S GOODS GENTLEMEN’S SDITINGS AND OVERCOATS IN ALL THE BEST MAKES. WATERPROOF COATS, Mi i io
05 November 1898 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
••THE WAY TO BE WELL.*’

••THE WAY TO BE WELL.*’

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05 November 1898 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
SALE OF VALUABLE REAL

SALE OF VALUABLE REAL

AND leasehold proper ties, SITUATE IN THE TOWN OF COOKS- TOWN. COUNTY TYRONE. BE SOLI) BY PUBLIC AUCTION, on TUESDAY, the find day of NOVEMBER, ItKM, by Mr. James Malian, Auctioneer, at bis Auction Hart, Molesworth Street, Cookstown, at One o'clock (if not disposed of by Private
05 November 1898 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
HUGHES'S ACADEMY,

HUGHES'S ACADEMY,

82 Royal Avenue, Belfast Telephone 76. (Branch Academy—Londonderry.) WOMAN’S GLORIOUS CROWN. fashionable real hair switches '“.y colour), Plaits or Coils, good quality h»>r, 16-inch, 3s 6d; 18-inch, 5s 6d: SOinch, 7s 22-inch, 10s 6d; 24-inch, 15s 6d! 26-inch, Very best quality,
28 February 1914 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
BG.

BG.

THE BLACK INSTITUTION. Tbe monthly meeting of “Gravesend” R.B.F No. 65 was held in the Orango Hall, Cookstown, on IBth Inst. Sir Knt. B. A. U’Oeagh, B. presided, and Sir Knt. R. J. Millar, D.M., occupied the vice-chair. The preceptory was opened in ancient form, and the roll-cal
28 February 1914 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
TO SELECT.FROM.

TO SELECT.FROM.

Church Work of every description, IN OAK, CAEN STONE, MARBLE, BBA6S,
28 February 1914 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
Dungannon Volunteers. TWO THOUSARD MSN OH PARADE. Manoeuvres and In»p action. FicW manotnu-r:''. a very extensive scale were held on

Dungannon Volunteers. TWO THOUSARD MSN OH PARADE. Manoeuvres and In»p action. FicW manotnu-r:''. a very extensive scale were held on

\Ved;-;hy in Dungannon Park —kindlv lent for purpose th° Ri?ht Honourable the Earl cf Ranfurly, G-C M G when nearly two thousand me-' of the (Dungannon) Battalion of the Tyrone Regiment, I'lster Volunteer Force, took part in mimic battle, and were subienuer.tlv inspected l.i'iit
28 February 1914 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
THE MIU'CLVTtfR MAIL, SATO&LAT, FEBRUARY 28. 1914

THE MIU'CLVTtfR MAIL, SATO&LAT, FEBRUARY 28. 1914

THE MAIL, SATO&LAT, FEBRUARY 28. 1914 ALLEGED FORGED CHEQUES. Cookatovn HMhanlo Returned for Trial. At special Court in Coototown on Thursday, before Ur. Charles Eastwood, J.P., a young mechanic named Hugh Smyth, Cookstown, was charged remand with forging several cheques in the n
28 February 1914 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
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28 February 1914 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland