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LARGEKASSORTMENT*OO,Seft&S amt • Ctsik''l>ifc4s

LARGEKASSORTMENT*OO,Seft&S amt • Ctsik''l>ifc4s

LARGEKASSORTMENT*OO , Seft&S amt Ctsik''l>ifc4s ,~-* " . ,' . Thgelt!3a MACKENZIE-A-WIVIIILLEN---- 22 & 24 HIGH STREET, BELFAST.
March 11, 1939 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
that plan above submitted be approved, subject to the position of the W.C's being arranged to the satisfaction of the

that plan above submitted be approved, subject to the position of the W.C's being arranged to the satisfaction of the

Surveyor add M.M. Factoiy inspector. Water Main—With regard to water main through Messrs. I►oggart's premises on Donaghadee Road, which will he covered by buildings if proposed plans are carried out, it was recommended that the Surveyor bring in a detailed report on the matter.
March 11, 1939 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
WOULD BE A MISTAKE.

WOULD BE A MISTAKE.

If the Council was ueterwined to acquire the i..)ußerm supply as an au.siliary supply, his jtkugineut, IL would De the greatest wsstake that was ever done tor Bangor. If the biters at Bauyeallagb were properly cons.ructed, auu a greater now of purer water introduced it would ena
March 11, 1939 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
BREAD

BREAD

RISP brown crust. white and firm textured—a tasteful bread of uniform quality. INGLIS is of the same unvarying standard— always; every loaf is the same, made by Inglis bakers who k"o:: how to make bread so much better. INGLIS vans are in your district every day but should you e
March 11, 1939 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Mayses Illness.

Mayses Illness.

The Town Clerk reported that he bad Just been speaking to the Mayoress on the telephone, and the Mayor wished to be remembered to the members and to thank them for their kind messages of sympathy. Mr. Moore further stated that the Mayor's condition was considerably inmived, and
March 11, 1939 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Fire ed.

Fire ed.

The officer reported that thirty members of the Auxiliary Fire Brigade had completed the first part of their tralniag in Anti-thus measures, and were now iveriving instructions in Fire Brigade Drill at the Fire Station. Hat Sea Wake Badis. A statement of receipts from the Hot Se
March 11, 1939 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
&ligPunt kr Smiler Grecs.

&ligPunt kr Smiler Grecs.

It was ',milliard by Mr. Camp twit. seconded by Mrs. Hod and decided, that the Surveyor be autliorbwd to purchase the neceaaary equipment for the Howling Green. The report of a Special Ileeting of the CoWWII MIS NOWA filllw motion of Mr. Wertlwrup. aeconiletl by Mr. Campbell. SP
March 11, 1939 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ENCOURAGE .. EMPLOYMENT FOR QUALITY – VALUE – VARIETY AND SATISFACTION 'Nal of Maripioa• se Me awls era PlioAte ppoperaire Alward&

ENCOURAGE .. EMPLOYMENT FOR QUALITY – VALUE – VARIETY AND SATISFACTION 'Nal of Maripioa• se Me awls era PlioAte ppoperaire Alward&

ENCOURAGE .. EMPLOYMENT FOR QUALITY - VALUE - VARIETY AND SATISFACTION 'Nal ppoperaire Alward& The vineyard is the world, and covert the time from the "curse" until now, so the last hour labourers are able to produce as much with the aid of science and mechanism as did those that
March 11, 1939 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
* GOLD DEPOT ' 48 Main Street, Bangor (Sear WoolwortlN') WILL PAY £7 10s per ounce GOLD £2 per ounce

* GOLD DEPOT ' 48 Main Street, Bangor (Sear WoolwortlN') WILL PAY £7 10s per ounce GOLD £2 per ounce

SILVER 2/6 per Tooth—False Teeth
March 11, 1939 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
CALLED "ANNIE."

CALLED "ANNIE."

Mrs. Margaret Warnock said that she was employed by Mrs. Todd, 12 Hallyholme Esplanade. Bangor. At p.m. on Sunday, February 19, she went to the house of Mrs. Stevens at 7itt "tallyholute Esplanade, to see the accused. She entered the house by the hack door, which was open, and r
March 11, 1939 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland