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  • County: Down, Northern Ireland
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North Down Herald and County Down Independent

North Down Herald and County Down Independent Down, Northern Ireland

1 Aug 1931

SERVICE. The evening service at Regent Street Church, Newtownards, last Sabbath, was conducted by Mr. Adam Scott, National Secretary of the Y.M.C.A. Mr. Scott is at present in charge of the work of the Y.M.C.A. at the camp of the London Irish Rifles,

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Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer

Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer Down, Northern Ireland

17 Jun 1899

3lat May. Mr. e 3 t oo and further than f emme& w e Ara attired.. Teensy throe ) the Bellth oa 0 4 lineman laid owned • homy.. a •whhia expected to he eery thd u two of ii ,„„„,, N . 0.. Tww,,,. H. , w , My. mos of V. dla. Mho, wroth, Mr. Mr. MILII-Ijo

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Newry Herald and Down, Armagh, and Louth Journal

Newry Herald and Down, Armagh, and Louth Journal Down, Northern Ireland

30 Nov 1861

Some can be realised, will be giren on application to Hr F. FABRICIUB, Banker, Frankfort-on-the- Haine. Letters addressed to “Mr Cn. Hvnr, Street, Falcon Square, London, E.C.,” wilt mediately forwarded Pest Free. HOLLOW ¥*B FILLS. CHEST COMPLAINTS. No dinoses

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Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer

Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer Down, Northern Ireland

31 Mar 1900

THOUGHTFUL ACT. 'as rtd..° • Mr 4 Lib., Mr of din Mb ; Mr A b . MI be N.. by %eh ear •Me rev Maly pant WM Me id NEWTOWNARDS RURAL 4 =fad =ix • ADM me se be DISTRICT COUNCIL. ha Mir maim toad CM pin M a; Dos ma 4 . 4 Arm k•I Mr. I . md. meg Li'.

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North Down Herald and County Down Independent

North Down Herald and County Down Independent Down, Northern Ireland

10 Aug 1900

at LORD AND LADY ALOY. MONDAY NEXT, THE ItANXIIIA.N. r_4II•ND Ores• HOUSL Dingier, 11r. W. Wartwas. Friday at 7 46, Saturday at 7-16, The New Minkel Oaendy Dram. THE SHOWILAIVB SWEETHEART. GRAND OPERA HOUBII, BELFAST. Managing Dirmaar, Mr. W. Wants. MONDAY

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

12 Mar 1895

instead of a body as in Mr Crawford's story. After much suffering the surgeon and his wife reached the sea-coast, and were taken aboard an English vessel, whence they sailed to Scotland and lived for many years in Edinburgh. The part of Mr CM% ford's 'tory still

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

29 Apr 1893

hearth, else Mistress Peggy will play my Lady Makgill of Rankeillour, and I will be forced to banish her belyve out of my hearing.' But Captain Robert also told his tale, and to his great relief Mr. James wrung his hand in token of the utmost sympathy—'

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

13 Oct 1898

after his return to this country in 186 t. I suppose he marned a well-to•do lady?' I remarked. . Not a bit of it. She was only the governess to his sister's children when they first met. I ought to know, for I was stable laddie with the laird, his father

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

29 Jan 1876

knew where a stick was. Ho said No, and his:brother told him his father wanted him. Helwent upstairs, and his father struck him on the face with his hand. He then said ho did notkoow where the stick was. His father replied he had to go and get the stick

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

5 Apr 1900

that day his sac had dose anythiag dishonest diepleyed any disheueot leefiaatione. Mr. Kial.y then promisei be would do hie to exercise • stricter sepsrvisio• over his eon for the totem _ Their Wore bps discharged ender ilia Furst Oirou'a Act. Mr. Krell

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

1 Aug 1896

Vincent sued for a divorce from his wife, Lady St. Vincent. on the ground of her adultery with a Mr. William Thompron. The suit was undefended According to (ho evidence, the marriage took place in October, 1885. Lady St. Vincent went to Nice for the

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

21 Nov 1891

three of his secret of his success lay in his clear thought, . The jury found A literary man stood up in the police court t he died o ke hands now.' sailors were drowned, The rest were saved by • his indoniitable energy, his invincible courage. his a verdict

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

21 Dec 1880

et Owlet I Dá., 8.A., eurgees, lAA 011oolies. Welt is el the lit. W. Duke, Deo.. N.D., Lusa, to I Goorglas, West of Andrew laird, Seq., Seepeiat Hews, etipeolliry amilfirste, Gime. 10111111—Roosser—tha 14th teet., in St. Paw% M•rfV. gat, it Pahlif to e

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

1 Sep 1894

last week in the shape of Mr Stanley J Weyman, the brilliant his. torical novelist who bas taken the world by storm in the course of the past year The portraits of him convey nu idea of Mr Weyunin. He is quite flaxen in his fairness, slighter than one

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

24 May 1881

preach. Bet dear to hi lout wars his hallo, And be lber with his woll-oaraod gold; Tooth after yoath he to laa place, Sayiag to sigh, I am totting old. yea work oat my boyish slam, Led, sad day, do the but you ma. U.• .a But his still is fresh sad ;

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

24 Jan 1885

supplied me with le October last ol immure value to mt. Rheumatism in the hip joint had made me • cripple for mouths. when • lady advised me to try year' Magneticon,' end I got it I am of bevies • hip joint, and walk freely without suffering. I have not

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

10 Mar 1874

AT GRAVESEND. yesterday, at twelve o'clock, in the Board• His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh .--- - . A i Wedneaday Even. 3.5 had httnted him down and brought him to room, Hill Street-Mr. Win. Henry in the ' chair. The other C' • --- - - - - - '

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

13 May 1880

oot of kis dolga. Andrea &tibias) are reepoetably to Mr. lord**, Berailtombwra, sad tate other to D. Tbolap. Se.. ma of Mr. Onaloweige. Mr. Noabitt wao well as • member, osseistmt so • Magian. to his Ober* eneess•- fal bospitsbls..a Mond, kind sad to all

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