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YOU MUST HAVE MORE EGOS THIS WINTER IP 1,01: SIX I% U COLMA!kNS POULTRY MUSTARD ittoe It,, Mt fowhil. 1;.

YOU MUST HAVE MORE EGOS THIS WINTER IP 1,01: SIX I% U COLMA!kNS POULTRY MUSTARD ittoe It,, Mt fowhil. 1;.

; 21b., I 10; 310. 2 5; post beg *9. carriage 10d. 1210. .. 75 1111 b. - 120 li2 2lb. 15.9 . 6615. 31 Cirrus,. paid. 37.6 Cash with order 112112 60.0 from "MORI ABOUT R. Allen, ECC,PIOgUCTICIII.") Ralph win fr., lawbridgmerth. Herts.
October 18, 1913 - Lurgan Times - Lurgan, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
With profound personal regret we chronicle to-day the death of Mr James Lonsdale, father of the Sir John—the popular member

With profound personal regret we chronicle to-day the death of Mr James Lonsdale, father of the Sir John—the popular member

for ?di& Armagh—and himself one of the beitt known men, not only in County Armagh, but wherever sportsmen congregated throughout the Kingdom. The deceased, who had allbost reached his goth year, had been in poor health tor some time past and his demise was not unexpected. The de
August 30, 1913 - Lurgan Times - Lurgan, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE SEAHuII FOR ACCUSED.

THE SEAHuII FOR ACCUSED.

District-inspector M•llugh maid he had to tetarn from leave to direct the search for accused, in which all the city final as well as twenty from the !country took part About three o'clock on the following day Sl'Carney was arrested at Burt, about seven alibi from the city. To Mr
August 30, 1913 - Lurgan Times - Lurgan, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
LORD LIEUTEN A N l'S REPLY TO

LORD LIEUTEN A N l'S REPLY TO

CORPORATION. At meeting of the General Purposes Committee of Londonderry Corporation on Wiscineeds). the Mayor (Alderman Sir Wm llPLean) stated that • letter had been received in reply to the application uf the Corporation for an inquiry into the conduct of the police drafted in
August 30, 1913 - Lurgan Times - Lurgan, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
LURGAN TOWN COUNCIL. [Held over from lest week].

LURGAN TOWN COUNCIL. [Held over from lest week].

The mid-monthly rneetiag of above Council was bold en Monday. if th inat under the presidency of Mr H 0. Mac- Geagh, D.L. (chairman) Other members present were Mtwara Geo McGhee, Joseph Herbert, Wm, White T. L. Cole, George Ferguson, A. W. Mann, Edward Lunn, W Miller, W. Waite (
August 30, 1913 - Lurgan Times - Lurgan, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
SYMPATHY.

SYMPATHY.

Mr White said he rose to propose that their Clerk be instructed to send a letter of condolence. to their colleague Mr Jae Gillespie, on the sad bereavement he had experienced in the death of his wife, the sadness being intensified by the feat that her death tnok place in America
August 30, 1913 - Lurgan Times - Lurgan, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
MOIRA RURAL DISTRICT

MOIRA RURAL DISTRICT

The Moira Rural District Labourers' Order, 1912. The Labourers' (Ireland) Acts, 1883 to Nii, and Acts Incorporated therewith. VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN •••• that Peticli J. O'Neill. EM the Arbitrator appointed by the Local Government Board for Ireland, between the District Council
July 26, 1913 - Lurgan Times - Lurgan, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
Lurgau Board of Guardians

Lurgau Board of Guardians

The usual weekly meeting of this Board was held on Thursday, Mr W• G. Hewitt, chairman, presiding. The other members present were Messrs W. J. Johnston, Joseph Ilerbert, G. Carter, Edward Lu,.u, G. Corey, W. Symington, J Lousdale. The Clerk mrntioned that The British Medical Cou
July 26, 1913 - Lurgan Times - Lurgan, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
FARMER'S SAD DEATH.

FARMER'S SAD DEATH.

On Monday afternoon, at the deceased's residence, Feney, about six miles from Lurgan, Dr Alex Heron, J.P.,coroner for South Down, held an inquest on a farmer named James Bullick, aged 46 years, the previous morning was found lying dead in a cornfield adjacent to his house. Distr
July 26, 1913 - Lurgan Times - Lurgan, Armagh, Northern Ireland