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WANTED A smart Lad as apprentice to the general Irenmongry business. Apply Sam. Nelson, Main Street, Bangor.

WANTED A smart Lad as apprentice to the general Irenmongry business. Apply Sam. Nelson, Main Street, Bangor.

December 20, 1912 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Telepkose 140. lid MATRIMONY

Telepkose 140. lid MATRIMONY

" THE MATRIMONIAL lIIRCLE." u Istroductory Journal, conduseed kesourable principles, offering great facilities to either eex who are desirous of saarriag• without excessive fees. No bogus shafts& ments. ALL GENUINE. Some advantage ous offers to ladies and gentlsmea. free. sealed
December 20, 1912 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
FUNERAL FURNISHING DEPOT

FUNERAL FURNISHING DEPOT

CENTRAL AVENUE, BANGOR.
October 2, 1908 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
BATES CC PALMENT FOR HONE WORK.

BATES CC PALMENT FOR HONE WORK.

BATES CC PALMENT FOR HONE WORK . Th4 - &ndOndeiTyliair;l6;;;;ll forwarded a copy of ► resolution based on the report of the Select Committee on Home Work and Sweating Industries. Irish home industries were at WINTER APPROACHES ! Make Preparations while Bargains Offer. We Hann Goo
October 2, 1908 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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• There seems to be an abnormal number of Bangor •oplicants for the Government pension. We heard that the demand was great in the neighbouring towns, but. in Bangor • rush was not expected. However, yesterday the supply of application forms at the local poet office was all used u
October 2, 1908 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
HOUSE,

HOUSE,

Also at High Street. Belfast; Dublin Road, Belfast ; Antrim Road, Belfast ORDERS SOLICITED PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Telephone Call Office at each SI
October 2, 1908 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
MARSHALL , per Day.— Swift Cycles ; why be 192 imposed on with Cheap Crocks— Marshall. 2.5 York Street. BICYCLES—Swifts,

MARSHALL , per Day.— Swift Cycles ; why be 192 imposed on with Cheap Crocks— Marshall. 2.5 York Street. BICYCLES—Swifts,

Stars, Oilosoads, the world's bent, at wake-thou-sell prier.. Marshall, 25 York titreea HOP-SOILED and Second-Hand Cycles, L any price you like; make your own prig—Marshall, York Street. (2YCI.E: SUNDRIES. -- Tyree, Tubes Lumps, Bells, &c. ; tons tel select from ; largest stock
October 2, 1908 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
HARVEST

HARVEST

Is approaching, and during the last showery harvests the man who used a Binder judiciously and cut his grain dry, got it saved properly and had good sound oats, whereas the man wbo was depending on hands to tie it was tempted,* when bands were gathered, to cut the grain wet, and
October 2, 1908 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY OF DOWN TO WIT.

COUNTY OF DOWN TO WIT.

Co WILLIAIII HANNA, JOHN M`MEEK AN, THOMAS MATTHEWS and EDWARD 111• CA LI., Esquires. Magistrates for said County, the Distriet Inlimier of the Distriot and the Clerk of the Crown and Peace for said County. W il the ß Pe '4- se . : t l ' . ‘ ol f ,le ;. 7in anral Qrter d u f a o
October 2, 1908 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
WHAT ARE WE TO DRINK? ccoßßy S TABLE WATERS Are made entirely from the Water of their celebrated Cromac Spring,

WHAT ARE WE TO DRINK? ccoßßy S TABLE WATERS Are made entirely from the Water of their celebrated Cromac Spring,

which is their exclusive property in perpetuity. Professor LErrs, ir, his report on this Water, says—" It is one of the finest drinking waters I have ever analysed—indeed, I think THE FINEST." No Town Water on the Premises. Bottles are ell Sterilised before being filled.
October 2, 1908 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland