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TO MORROW'S SERVICES.

TO MORROW'S SERVICES.

Bt. (fcLraß’HCATMDßAf..—S*ptu«£e«irn% Sun«l%y. 0 B.m. Holy CunimunKii. 11.30 m.— Morninf* and Holy Communion ; Venite, liacfatirn, A*; Psalm*. Ooeeley. Ac ; Ikoedicitc, Llo\d. E fl*l; Hymrs, 31 M, 353. 305. Children’* Sen ice. 6 pin. Evemn? Prayer; Psalms, Brnoett.Ae. ; Service.
January 22, 1910 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE DUBUAM COLUKBY STIUKE.

THE DUBUAM COLUKBY STIUKE.

The unreil ceueed by the eight houre* depute llurtoo Colliery, near Uatoour. de\eloped feeriouely Thursday aflernuon. resulting a condiet between the police and the public, be cuihery has not been worked since the New Year, the Piioera are without coal On Thursday afternoon a cr
January 22, 1910 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Clay (U.) Lodges (L.)

Clay (U.) Lodges (L.)

Clay Lodges (L.) Unionist majority .. 6210 Unionist n. Last Liberal majority, 128. KBHIUE—NORTH EAST, .. .. Maddockii .. .. 7893 Labour majority .. .. 261 No change. Last Labour majority. 1828. fTT.) Hobart .) Wr. vTMWSTKB. Unionist •• change. Lust I'nionist majorilj. HIS. WEBT4O
January 22, 1910 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE LONDONDERRY

THE LONDONDERRY

On the motion of Mr. 1). C. Hogg, HALL.. seconded by the Rev. William Hayes, a hearty vote of thanks was returned to the Mayor and the officials of the society. The Mayor, in acknowledging, said Mr. fiord.•: , . tlrs. Gilliland, and the ladies' committee desert,: the greatest cr
March 2, 1911 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
BEET-GROWING.

BEET-GROWING.

Mr. STAINER asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Agriculture if the Board of Agriculture was going to carry out any experiments in the growing of beet this year; if so, whether through colleges or direct, and if not would he explain why this should not be done. Sir
March 2, 1911 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEW VELVETS.

THE NEW VELVETS.

Embossed velvet. is the newest of the new materials. Queens and Empresses are having their gowns made of it. It is effectiv e in an inverse degree to its weight. The foundation is a kind of gauze on which designs are raised in velvet. A gown in this velvet is in an ideal tone of
March 2, 1911 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
WILL CIT TU LAT! REV. DR.

WILL CIT TU LAT! REV. DR.

WILL TU LAT! REV. DR. The Rev. Lewi. Richard.. D.D.. of 1. Howardterrace. Dungannon. who was successively curate of Drumgoon. county Cavan : incumbent of Warrenpoint and of Ashfield, Cootehill. county Cavan rector of Tydavnet. county Monaghan: rural dean of Dungannon from 1893. p
March 2, 1911 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
T»Ut. iMlPcylt- ATSMUB. ■lihln Two fiittt

T»Ut. iMlPcylt- ATSMUB. ■lihln Two fiittt

November 22, 1910 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Free and Assisted

Free and Assisted

PASSAGES TO AUSTRALIA and NEW ZEALAND,
April 1, 1911 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
. ~ _ r ~'' l fiteccbam Pills.

. ~ _ r ~'' l fiteccbam Pills.

. ~ ~'' l Pills. Prepared only by Thomas Beacham, St. Helens, Laricaablre. Sold retry - where 1n box, price ti (Se & 2 a Or& pills'. !AL MICLLIGZNCZ. CHURCH OF IRELAND. The Representative Body of the Church of Ireland met on Wednesday. The Lord Primate presided. The other members
April 1, 1911 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland