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W. ABERNETHY, PHOTOGRAPHER, BEGS TO INFORM HIS PATRONS THAT HIS haw Stub Is air Opea Daily.

W. ABERNETHY, PHOTOGRAPHER, BEGS TO INFORM HIS PATRONS THAT HIS haw Stub Is air Opea Daily.

W. ABERNETHY, PHOTOGRAPHER, BEGS TO INFORM HIS PATRONS THAT HIS haw Stub Is air Daily. (Iktoity ozoortod) From 11-39 to IWO LOANS. LOANS S. FREEMAN &CO., Garfield Chambers, I Garfield Street. Belfast. lA toMN lent &bon modes to all MOM. louseholders. Fanners, Professiesal and Tra
September 19, 1913 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Passages Booked ALL PAITA IF THE MALI

Passages Booked ALL PAITA IF THE MALI

IN THE BUT BOATS. AT REDUCED RATES• TO SUIT ALL PARTIES . SHIPPING AGENTS FOREMAN° LIMO. the Largest Steamers the World. WHIT, STAN Law the Largest BrtU Twin-Screw ALLAN. 11101ADIAN PACIFIC, and BONINION LIMN, the Shortest Route amid Lowest Rates to Canada. UNION CASTLE LINO. to
September 19, 1913 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
A Good Cup of Tea

A Good Cup of Tea

ono of Mite things *lnch gives additioia KIST TO dhows sea la load,Sl Mlo, so ow by friends. sad, above all, We the awes ia the world In are, ITS A mamas FOOD. It feeds the sierwrd, bagged, Naves. soothes than isle quiet, natural and raise* a mama essaditicia the Wino system Sis
September 19, 1913 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
A. FU LTON.

A. FU LTON.

Motor Cycle, and General Engineer, 105 MAIN ST. BANGOR All makes of Motor Cars, Motor Cycles and Motor Boats overhauled. Vulcanizing , xt, d Accumulators charged. Repairs to all classes of Cycles, Machinery, etc. Cycle and Motor accessories kept in - stock. ole Agent in Bangor t
October 3, 1913 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
e,7“;L.e.e "ORDERLIES"

e,7“;L.e.e "ORDERLIES"

"ORDERLIES" (The Laxative Confection) *Wiwi Ism Reza Cianiee--ibere ens is elm* The REXALI, Chemist in Bangor is
October 3, 1913 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Bowling Notes.

Bowling Notes.

The howling season is fast strewing to a ckise, end more is the pity for the many lovers of the wood who have time on hand will misa Uce pleasant hours there, where] such enjoyable exercises were indulged to the full. What a pity we have not a covered green as iti some parts of
October 3, 1913 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE FEMALE DETECTIVE.

THE FEMALE DETECTIVE.

essilisigsabieet, Yr elem. is wild. a worms ssuipidoly sad a Psis robber. TWO VERY FINE DROAAS. Summon - rim SY SATRONO
October 3, 1913 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Clad Op IWars

Clad Op IWars

A friendly competition was held on this club's rnnge on Saturday afternoon. 07th September. the visiting team of five being from Rifle Club, Belfast. The conditions were 10 shots each competition at 25. 50 and 100 yards. The result was an easy win for the visitors, whose scores
October 3, 1913 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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A Tlawity NS.t. Keep a second pair of shoes' at business. When the' weather is wet, what can be worse than damp or wet shoes? Gaiters are splendid for keeping the ankles and feet warm, especially in cold and draughty shops, offices, or workrooms, during winter and spring months.
October 3, 1913 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
The Looker-on.

The Looker-on.

October 3, 1913 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland