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WRY SHEEP WAR 18 81.) -PREVALENT.

WRY SHEEP WAR 18 81.) -PREVALENT.

WRY SHEEP WAR -PREVALENT. la sheep scab we have a disease caused by the attack of an insect parasite. which bads its way beneath the skin and torments the animal to such an extent that it loses its wool, its condition. its health. and its life, oder drastic measures ate taken to
September 30, 1904 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE SPECTATOR, FRIDAY,

THE SPECTATOR, FRIDAY,

September 30, 1904 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
AN OFFIIT.A cAt7IONI.D.

AN OFFIIT.A cAt7IONI.D.

The Master reported that the cook in the Workhouse had used a very offensive expression towards one of the inmates who conveyed a iiwssagr to her; this woman. t..e Master stated. ts“o in thr habit of using the word "pauper . ' towards some of the inmates. an expression which the
September 30, 1904 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
AUTUMN MILLINERY.

AUTUMN MILLINERY.

I • M.C - AR SON 6. CO • 1)0 ., KALERS-IN.ARTISIi . WALL - DECORATIVC• MATERIALS i WALL - PAPCRS • .t il LINCRVSTNWATrois • '=,--• - , w.. ffJAPAVESE - LEATHCR• AITAGLYPIK • 41/"OVLDINGS . -.RIGA ST BELFAST. • •
September 30, 1904 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
COAL! COAL! COAL!

COAL! COAL! COAL!

September 30, 1904 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Irish Previissi Assume Comm, W.

Irish Previissi Assume Comm, W.

Irish Assume Comm, W. Cum Orncs : 52 LOWER SACKVILLE STREET, DUBLIR.
September 30, 1904 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
MISS J. M. NICHOLSON,

MISS J. M. NICHOLSON,

Tease*? of Pianoforte and Thom" of Maio. Certificates : laternmaiste sad T.C.L. (Hassers) L.C.M. Theory et Nage--Jariar Peas) L.C.11, Par Tema, apply ELLIDITILI.F.„ PRINCETON RD., BANGOR
September 30, 1904 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
_III. Au BEAM SHANKS—October 9th. at XiHough. Co. Down, the wife of Haney Shanks. of a son. MARBIALIZ. IRWIN —N

_III. Au BEAM SHANKS—October 9th. at XiHough. Co. Down, the wife of Haney Shanks. of a son. MARBIALIZ. IRWIN —N

ESB I TT—October 15th. at ton v Ole Presbyterian Church. by Rev. Samuel Thompson. M.A., James. second son of John S. Irwin. Esq.. the ('imps, to Margaret. youngest daughter of Witham Nesbitt. Esq.. Del fast.
October 21, 1904 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ra AT OMPlellal. FIR Orrie• •• • Ilme•ves.

ra AT OMPlellal. FIR Orrie• •• • Ilme•ves.

AT Orrie• • is needed by him if his cue is to be fairly put before the committee. The justification they have offered for their action is that the inquiry is really one affecting public procedure. and not in any way concerning Adolf Heck personally. A strange decision to the lay
October 21, 1904 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
MN. ritgn-s (11.1/.LI.VGE.

MN. ritgn-s (11.1/.LI.VGE.

MN. (11.1/.LI.VGE. Last Saturday evening Arthur Trew addressed a large crowd in Queen's Parade. In the course of his address be commended Mr. T. L. Corbett for his loyalty to Protestantism. and towards the end caused much amusement by baiting Sergeant Karr sad the Urban Council.
October 21, 1904 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland