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DEBATING.

DEBATING.

The Ballymena Academy Debating Society concluded very successful session holding an inter-debate with Dalriada School Fridsy test in the Academy Assembly Hall. Mr. W. H. Mol, the Headmaster, took tea chair. Ballymena Academy proposed. and Dalriada School themotion “That Modem Ci
April 11, 1952 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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April 11, 1952 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BABY CRAFT

BABY CRAFT

FROM TEARS TO SUNSHINE cannot change the face of the sky—but there a way brighten our kiddies when out-of-sorts fretfulncss mars their natural happiness. A Nurse in touch with ailing children writer “Steednum’s Powders send the meet fretful child from tears to sunshine." And it
April 11, 1952 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
■ALLTMENA RURAL DISTRICT 'THE Council invite Proposals from A competent Contractors for carryinf out Repairs to two Cottefes at iwtoute,

■ALLTMENA RURAL DISTRICT 'THE Council invite Proposals from A competent Contractors for carryinf out Repairs to two Cottefes at iwtoute,

Kclla. Forma of Tender and Specification may be obtained at these Offices on application, and Tenders properly completed, and marked “Repairs— Lisnawhisfle Cottefes.” will be received by the undersigned up to U o'clock noon, on SATURDAY, 19th April. 1952. The lowest any Tender n
April 11, 1952 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPRING DECORATING! Your home will be more cosy than ever if you decorate it with some of the Wallpaper designs

SPRING DECORATING! Your home will be more cosy than ever if you decorate it with some of the Wallpaper designs

in the range now on show at HAMILTON'S CHINA & GIFT SHOP USE “CROWN” WALLPAPERS—THEY ARE BRITISH AND BEST. Pattern Books available on application. Also, in addition to these, there is a wide range in stock at keen prices for personal callers. 23-27 Ballymoney St., Ballymena
April 11, 1952 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Land Letting for Grazing For the Representatives of Mrs. Mary Kennedy. deceaibd. TO BE LET BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON THURSDAY,

Land Letting for Grazing For the Representatives of Mrs. Mary Kennedy. deceaibd. TO BE LET BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON THURSDAY,

3rd MARCH AT MU O'CLOCK tON THE LANDS) AT CARNON: 2 Fields for 11 months• (jp3583-2) NEWTOWN, TINAHELY RESIDENTIAL HOLDING FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. I have received instructions from Mr. Michael Lynch, to sell his holding of 35 acres, with practically no waste. annuity, 1.9 10
February 26, 1966 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
WITH MEAT WICKLOW PIONEER RALLY

WITH MEAT WICKLOW PIONEER RALLY

Members of the Ladies' Working Committee photographed at a Plower Rally in Wicklow. Front—Mrs. Redmond. Miss Maria Ballard. Miss Phyllis Whyte, Miss Anna May Phillips, Mrs. W. Morrisse and Miss M. Flanagan. Centre—Misses Mary Lambert. Catherine Kavanagh. Mary Kavanagh. Catherine
February 26, 1966 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
HUNTING ISLAND HOUNDS

HUNTING ISLAND HOUNDS

Saturday Pl , 26th Feb. nge Crnford. (ease tea.u MARCH Tuesday, Ist—Castle Ellis X-Roads. Thursday, 3rd—Ballycarney. Saturday, Sth—Camolin. Tuesday, Bth—Ferns Station. Wednesday, 9th—The Unyoke (Bree Hounds by Invitation). Thursday, 10th—Clough. Saturday, 12th—Scarawalsh. Tuesda
February 26, 1966 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEED TO CHANGE SEED

THE NEED TO CHANGE SEED

Apbids—tiny insects which suck the sap of the potato—transmit virus diseases from plant to plant and from crop to crop. Seed saved from such a crop is-virus infected, and will produce only a fraction of the yield that virus-free seed will give. For this reason it is necessary to
February 26, 1966 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
OFFICERS ELECTED

OFFICERS ELECTED

Officers and committee ap• pointed (or the coming year wee: Chairman. Res.. B. Kirllw. C.C. Vice• Chairman. Mr. T. Funget M.C.C.: Hon. Secretaries. Mrs. P. McCaffrey and Mrs. D. Murphy; Hon. Tr rer. Mr. P. A. Kilfeather: Committee—Mrs. M. Ilol• ger (Mil'mount): rrs. C. 1 O'Doher
February 26, 1966 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland