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CHAPTER E.

CHAPTER E.

It was quite true. as Mrs. Loma had ea snappishly suggested, that Tom's thoughts were with Mango more than with his relations. But it was with no disrespect to the memory of his beloved uncle that his heart turned, amid all the distress of the time, to the girl he loved. Indeed,
November 21, 1914 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
HUNTING.

HUNTING.

RICHHILL BEAGLES. This pack met on Saturday at MkDowell's Wood, beside Drumminnie Presbyterian Church. Moving off over Mr Jas. Allen's stock farm hounds discovered a hare on Brady's Hills. Racing away in the direction of the wood, puss turned rightbanded over the Pillar Hill and
November 21, 1914 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
WOMAN" WIFAILINO MEM TOWLE'S PILLS 7 ,71.111.1 =r t .. 1i r.. •.81. 7.. 1.10 ... , MI romp r•WLa

WOMAN" WIFAILINO MEM TOWLE'S PILLS 7 ,71.111.1 =r t .. 1i r.. •.81. 7.. 1.10 ... , MI romp r•WLa

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November 21, 1914 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
TOWN COURT

TOWN COURT

(Before Messrs J. C. Fulton (in t h e chair). and D F. Bell) Mr Wm. Wilson prosecuted on behalf of the Urban Council. JOINED VIP. ARMY. Constable Jack, , on chargei Robert Gates with dronkenne,s and disorderly conduct The wife app,ared and said her husband bad enlisted. On the s
May 15, 1915 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
CLAIM FOR A GRAVE,

CLAIM FOR A GRAVE,

Rev R. 11. Cooke. rector of All Saints, writing from 2 Caledonia Terrace, Belfast. etited that while attending a funeral at Sesgoe be hal visited the gray,. of hie parents, and spoken to the sexton with reference to the put!tog into order of the hi•ad-tone. milv to find that it
May 15, 1915 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
PRIZEB NOT CALLED FOR.

PRIZEB NOT CALLED FOR.

Oa the euggeet.on of Mr Palmer, it screed that ea the cite of atudeate who did on attract to receive their prima lir certitioatea at the annual distribution, the Principal should notify them that if they did not call for them at the School they would be sent through the post at
May 15, 1915 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
;ANCHOR LINE. TO NEW YORK (DIRECT.) FAST ROUTE to PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON ONTARIO, MANITOBA, NORTH-WEST TERRITORIES and BRITISH COLUMBIA Leaner Tasman

;ANCHOR LINE. TO NEW YORK (DIRECT.) FAST ROUTE to PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON ONTARIO, MANITOBA, NORTH-WEST TERRITORIES and BRITISH COLUMBIA Leaner Tasman

RAMS To all Points in the (rotted States and Canada. PASSENGER EXPRESS SERVICE. TWIN SCREW STEAMERS—aII with Windom Telegraphy. LONDONDERRY TO NEW YORK (I)IRECI ) Tender does not sail before 3.30 p.m. Saturdays. e.s. FURNEBSIA Saturday, Sept. 24 t.s.s. COLUMBIA Saturday, Oct. 1
September 24, 1910 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
TRADE BOARDS ACT REGULATIONS.

TRADE BOARDS ACT REGULATIONS.

The Board of Trade has issued a list of regulations made under Section 12 of the Trade Boards Act to the constitution of district trade committees. The regulations provide that "Any district trade committee established by a Trade Board formed under the Trade Baird. Act shall con
September 24, 1910 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
I SPECIALLY RECOMMEND MY

I SPECIALLY RECOMMEND MY

2/- TEA. D. CHAPMAN, MARKET STREET, PORTADOWN. IMPORTANT NOTICE. R. J. BRENNON WISHES TO INFORM THE PUBLIC that TV he is carrying on the COACUBUILDING BUSINESS in all its Branches at his new Premises on the Armagh Road, about two miles from Portadown. All classes of Vehicles Bni
September 24, 1910 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE FRUIT MARKET.

THE FRUIT MARKET.

Mr C. Courtney pointed out that the toll for fruit was increasing. the amount collected oa Saturday being £2 2s ad, as compared with El 19. Sid for the oorrespouding period of last year. At present the toll was a halfpenny per barrel, basket or package. In the event of a covered
September 24, 1910 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland