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At Nevrtownards Show Mr. W. G. Smyth, Donaghadee, was awarded reserve for a splendid minorca cockerel, and but for diminutive propensities higher honours might have been awarded. Mr. S. Angus was awarded second prize, for a grand little game bantam lien. Mr. James Burns, the well
July 5, 1907 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS.

TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS.

ATTENTION is drawn to the DAY TECHNICAL COURSE whirl opens in the MUNICIPAL TECHNICAL INSTITUTE, BELFAST, in September next. A sound training is provided in the Departments of : MECELItICAL ZNOINIODUNO, EzscrigscAL ENOINNSILDIO, Tell TNITILI INDUSTRIA*, aid Pugs AND AMINO CNEWIS
July 5, 1907 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
J. C. MAYRS & CO., LTD.,

J. C. MAYRS & CO., LTD.,

ROYAL AVENUE, BELFAST, A . NOW SHOWING A VERY LARGE AND OOMPR OF HIGH-OLASS 81VK STOCK NAVIIII-1181. AM MONO WES. BEDSTEADS, MATTE SEE. BLANKETS, QUILTS, *c„ Itc CARPETS, CURTAINS, FLOOR COVERINGS, MATS, kc., at exaeptioaaDy Lew Priam J. C. & CO . are pro try reliable Furniture,
February 15, 1907 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ALEXANDER KYLE

ALEXANDER KYLE

BEGS TO INTIMATE ST ACQUIRED THE BU TO ME INHABITANTS OF BANGOR AND DISTRICT HE HAS B USINESS KNOWN A 8 .THAT "THE MILLBANK DAIRY," lately madoeted by Ma. THOMAS LOWRY, BALLYM•CONNILI, and has made arrangements for the eentianed supply of New Milk daily direct from the Dairy. an
February 15, 1907 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE ACME OF PERFECTION a KIT BAGS is the Erskine," which is made from the finest quality leather, in our

THE ACME OF PERFECTION a KIT BAGS is the Erskine," which is made from the finest quality leather, in our

own factory, and under our own personal supervision. We guarantee that there is no kit on the market which will surpass it in beauty of appearance or lasting qualities and finish. When buying from your stores insist on seeing trade mark. Should you experience any difficulty in o
July 5, 1907 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
—Goma, wile had • lump asses at is,

—Goma, wile had • lump asses at is,

— Goma, wile had • lump at is, ewes by the enthusiasm • logliek girl, who bad bees to ilia. "u!, I bast Ise to sweet admirable for tie es* compeeer ' Fmk' eb• uid, " Isepieed magician. mime, nighty master, what ikon I you!" Goma iutomptoi bra by Patting bat on the bead. "Threw ye
March 6, 1908 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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The second halt favoured the sll•round SUperiority of the Atils team, who, however, we must admit. have seldom played a better game than they did on Satuiday. They simply romped round their opponents in the latter part of the game, and as a COlV4qUellee the result, a 4 to 1 vict
January 11, 1907 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
BANGOR VISITORS & RESIDENTS CAN OBTAIN THE THE THE Choicest Finest Freshest TEAS BUTTER EGGS AT LOWEST BELFAST PRICES. AT

BANGOR VISITORS & RESIDENTS CAN OBTAIN THE THE THE Choicest Finest Freshest TEAS BUTTER EGGS AT LOWEST BELFAST PRICES. AT

THE VICTORIA DAIRY, 25 MAIN STREET. PHONES-BANGOR 201 BELFAST, 332 X. PROPRIETORBELFAST-108 ALBERTBRIDOE ROAD. H. ELLISON.
August 24, 1906 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
essential work of provisioning, nursing, and generally assisting the columns; we can only Jodie by malts whOber it is destined

essential work of provisioning, nursing, and generally assisting the columns; we can only Jodie by malts whOber it is destined

to success, or. in other words, whether the terms offered to the British industrial classes will prove sufficiently attractive and unexacting. The domestic plans of the Secretary of State for War are, however, even more interesting, as they depend for success almost entirely on
March 1, 1907 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Letters to the Editor.

Letters to the Editor.

The Edit,., tr, Vow* the riesen and opinion,. hi.. read, re on matter. of general intemet. dove not hold himself reeponeihlr for tir opinions•erpmw , d. Contributors mart name and addrere, not Gun, but or a gua•anter of g ood faith. Sla—ln sour
March 1, 1907 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland