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i 1 wait lob, atm tend.. needed suck as Men 114 The Grove. . Loads.. W.. Sept. 19th. 1908. Cantlentesk-1

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used the SCOTT'S lota Side boy of four} old for spatial weakness, and fou.d it quite brought the little one back to a goad state d health In SCOTS Eau& after a bad sins the Isanufao. attack I torero have put in theCUßE—in other alwara sandshoes the are fed e•ory Is left out !con
December 24, 1909 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ORDINATION SERVICE.

ORDINATION SERVICE.

NEW CURATE FOR BANGOR PARISH CHURCH. At an ordination held by the Lord Bishop of Down and Connor and Dromore in Belfast Cathedral on Sunday the following •ore edmitted to holy orders : Priests—Rev. Wm. Malcolm Graham, P.A., T.C.D., curate assistant of Christ. Church, Usburn, dio
December 24, 1909 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
BANGOR URBAN COUNCIL

BANGOR URBAN COUNCIL

Objectionable Hoarding on liarniltee To be Ronoved at MOO Now Sewer at Balltheloaa Objection to Ole Clerk of Works :woo and the "Long Hole"
February 8, 1907 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ASK FOR

ASK FOR

February 8, 1907 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
AN OLD MA?.

AN OLD MA?.

Mr. Thomas Herbert. of London. wrote slat. ing hr had an old map of Donaghadee of the year 1808. which might be of interest to the l'num eil. It showed the harbour. rocks, he., and had been printed by cutler of the House of Commons. He °fitted to send it to the Council for appro
February 8, 1907 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Mr. Finlay—You do a little in that way.

Mr. Finlay—You do a little in that way.

Mr. Wright--If anything else is done we have to stick to the resolution, and could we give Mr. Ferguson a free hand to buy as he likes! On the motion of Mr. Patton. seconded by Mr. Wtonnell. the action of Mr. Ferguson was approved of. Mr. Weonkey moved that Mr. Ferguson and Mr.
July 29, 1904 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
i LAUNDRY WORK

i LAUNDRY WORK

LAUNDRY WORK ESTABLISH ED 1517.
July 29, 1904 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ToNohow, No. 95.

ToNohow, No. 95.

Hthenrye , seconded by Mr. Ferguson. ooncluded proceeding& UNITED Oa Sabbath evening last the congregations of the several Presbyterian Churches in town united in First Newtownards Church, to bear Mr. James B. Hanna. one of the General Assembly's Jungle Tribe Ithietonaries The c
October 29, 1909 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
6 ENERaL

6 ENERaL

ENERaL AOCIDINT FIRM AND Lin UMAICE CUPOIATIIII, UNITE, POLICIES ISSUED LOWEST RATES, FIRE. LIFE. WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION. SICKNESS. FIDELITY GUARANTEES SURGLARY. CLAIMS LIBERALLY SETTLED Over £2,000,000 raid. FREE FIRE INSUI Every Birth Year. Exasomc &mgTs WANTID. HIGH•CLASS FLOU
October 29, 1909 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE RECENT GALA.

THE RECENT GALA.

From Yr. Harry Russell, who before going to America was prominently eariociated with athletics in Bangor, we have received the following interesting commnication have just read with great pleasure the account of the Bangor Gala Day," contained in your issue of September 24, and
October 29, 1909 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland