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E F.FAIRBAIRN LTD PULLETS 1,11.10.0 per 100 PYRES R.I.R. White Leghorn CROSSES White L. x R.I.R. W.L. x L. Sussex En.L. x L. Sussex ern. L. I R. I. R. - Slack L. x R.I.R. R.I.R. L. Take Advantage of Reduced Prices Now SEND YOUR ORDER BY RETURN )Licensed by Ministry of Agriculture
May 15, 1959 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER FARMERS' UNION Today's Annual General Meeting To-day (Friday) at the annual general meeting of the Ulster Farmers' Union, Mr.

ULSTER FARMERS' UNION Today's Annual General Meeting To-day (Friday) at the annual general meeting of the Ulster Farmers' Union, Mr.

Samuel Boyd, J.P., Ballywindland, Ballymoney. Co Antrim, becomes Pre,ident of the Union in succession to Mr. R. A. Brown, J.P., of Moneyhaw, Monernore, Co. Londonderry. Mr. Boyd was Junior Deputy President of the Organisation in 1957 and Deputy President in 1958. The sl to the p
May 15, 1959 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Postage on to-day's Wit 21 1

Postage on to-day's Wit 21 1

May 15, 1959 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BREVITIES

BREVITIES

There will be one delivery only of letters and parcels on Whit Monday. Northern Ireland Government offices will be closed to the public to-morrow and Monday (May 16 and 18). At Carrickfergus Music Festival on Friday last, R. Cyril Hinds. Hillsborough, was 3rd in the Bass Solo Cl
May 15, 1959 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LAMBEG MAKE CHANGES FOR Lambe' B. & D. 2, Balmoral Rec. 0

LAMBEG MAKE CHANGES FOR Lambe' B. & D. 2, Balmoral Rec. 0

The Bleachers, in their last home match of the season on Monday, took the held with a few of their regulars back on duty. Norman Davis had a grand game after his ►ay-off for 5 weeks due to an ankle injury. The home side took the lead in the 15th minute when Poots lobbed the ball
May 15, 1959 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EVENTS OF TWENTY-FIVE YEARS ACO 11Wen Bowling Club. Hilden Bowling opened the season's campaign at home against Newtownards, and were

EVENTS OF TWENTY-FIVE YEARS ACO 11Wen Bowling Club. Hilden Bowling opened the season's campaign at home against Newtownards, and were

beaten by two shots after a keenly contested game. The final scores were: Newownards 68, Haden 66. Details—Newtownards -W. J. Lindsay 18. Robert Carson 20. Geo. Apperson 13, Wm. 12, Francis 17: total 68. Lisburn -J. Ellis 18. Wm. Brown 15. J. Stevenson 20. F. •M'Clements 12: tot
May 15, 1959 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TWICE NIGHTLY. Matinees: Monday, Thursday arid

TWICE NIGHTLY. Matinees: Monday, Thursday arid

To-sight CONTINUOUS FROM 1.111 WILLIAM HOLDEN CLAIMS TREVOR in TEXAS 6'40 and s°' Doors open 60. Saturday l 7 at 2.30. I MAY Wede?sday Monday CONTINUOUS FROM SA JACK HAWKINS and VIRGINIA SPKINNA In THE CRUEL SEA 664 6 ' 3° Door. open 5 SO. Monday only 2.1 a. Saturday May 00IPITI
May 15, 1959 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GOVERNMENT NOTICE STRABANE ACRICULTURAL

GOVERNMENT NOTICE STRABANE ACRICULTURAL

SCHOOL COURSES FOR BOYS THE Ministry intends to hold a ten weeks' course in Agriculture, covering primarily the feeding and management of pigs, poultry, and cattle, commencing on July 14. 1959. Candidates must have reached school-leaving age. Scholarships covering the entire cos
May 15, 1959 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COWS IN THE PARLOUR

COWS IN THE PARLOUR

In the old days, dairy cattle were milked and housed in a byre, and lay on str iw. Now they are milked in a parlour and sleep in a court, and they feed themselves from silage. This is known in agncultural circles as the "Court and Parlour" system. The latest development is to pu
May 15, 1959 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INFLAMMABLE TEXTILE FABRICS

INFLAMMABLE TEXTILE FABRICS

The Board of Trade on April 9 laid before Parliament the Fabrics (Misdescription) Regulations, 1959, which prescribe new standards of noninflammability to which textile fabrics must conform if they are described in any way which implies that they are non-inflammable, or give a m
May 15, 1959 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland