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TEANSPLiNTIKO SEASON.

TEANSPLiNTIKO SEASON.

SEASON. I AM now Offering the Following very Reasonable Prices: Choke Row. Fruit Trees, nhododetidrom. Shrubs in variety; Forest Trees, Flower my Shrubs—Veumee, Philadelphtu, and Spireas. GREENHOUSE PLANTS. FEKNB.de. LARGE CONIFERS.— Gives JAMES WILSON. As tlie present time is ve
January 4, 1896 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A WAGE CASE.

A WAGE CASE.

Bridget Magowan summouc-d I’atrk-k Gingles wugeb, which were to be due comptahuaat case had been adjourned from last court day. tiie application of Mr. Wdlington Young, aoltritoi, CelfaM. agent for the plain‘iff. Mr. John A. Williams, solicilor, Larne, appeared for defendant. wa
January 4, 1896 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
that the fight has to come. . . . Tbe bred by mean surrender made by Mr. Gladstone still works

that the fight has to come. . . . Tbe bred by mean surrender made by Mr. Gladstone still works

tbe English system, and is little wonder. England poured out her blood freely to save Boers, who were threatened not only with bankruptcy but with extermination the Zolas. Having Lw©o freed from this ever present danger, tbe Bnere turned on their saviours, and after smart blow o
January 4, 1896 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE RECEPTION OF THE ULTIMATUM

THE RECEPTION OF THE ULTIMATUM

COUMASSIE. It is not generally known that one of the officers who was present the reception of the British nUimatnm at Coomassie was Captain Irvine, of the UaOsa force and the Piince Wales’ Donegal Artillery, son of the esteemed local divine. Kev. Ur. Irvine. Mr. Lawson N. Pereg
January 4, 1896 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COLLIERY DISASTER.

COLLIERY DISASTER.

MANY KILLED. Brrslan telegram sayt—A telegram from Waldenburg reports that a serious colliery disaster occurred the Wrangel cosl pit Tuesdty. and that 21 bodies have already been recovered, while 12 injured miners have brought to the bank. THE AMERiCAN~CUP DISPUTE.
January 4, 1896 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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THE KINGSTOWN LIFEBOAT DISASTER

THE KINGSTOWN LIFEBOAT DISASTER

The Boanl of Trace inquiry into the disaster tj the Kingstown hfoooat will be beid the Royal Marine Hotel on Monday next. The hfobost habeen fully inspected, end some important discoveries have bet'n made. The 6r-t these—and the one uoon which the Lifeboat Executive C-dn Will ro
January 4, 1896 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
I DOCTORSTEDMAN’S i M;teethinc t powdl^l;

I DOCTORSTEDMAN’S i M;teethinc t powdl^l;

I DOCTORSTEDMAN’S M;teethinc powdl^l; CHILDREN TEETHING. The restlessness and irritability ending convnlsions doe to teething, are best subdued by DOCTOR STEDMAN’S TEETHING POWDERS. But ensure that happy result purchasers must in every case see the trade mark of Gum Lancet is on
January 4, 1896 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Chilled Ploughs, Pulpers, Slicers, Chaff Cutters, Portable Boilers, Washing, Wringing, Thrashing, & Churning Machines, &c., FOR SALE AT THE AGRICULTURAL

Chilled Ploughs, Pulpers, Slicers, Chaff Cutters, Portable Boilers, Washing, Wringing, Thrashing, & Churning Machines, &c., FOR SALE AT THE AGRICULTURAL

MACHINERY STORES, WAVENEY KOAD. KANE BROTHERS, AGENTS FOR MASSEY HARRIS' CULTIVATOR AND DUX PLOUGH. B3M
January 4, 1896 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
. WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1896.

. WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1896.

September 5, 1896 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHE IS STAKING WITH WIDE OPEN EYES.

SHE IS STAKING WITH WIDE OPEN EYES.

more on (he nisr. she unlocked it, and turnc<l With ton/ drahm hrctvth the minister of over tlie leaven nloulv. one was what Greyori* turned from the window, thinking of she had written veor before as welcome to the , tlie con rant between such scene of New Vear. and In-low it.
September 5, 1896 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland