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AMERICAN INVESTMENTS.

AMERICAN INVESTMENTS.

The extent to which America's economic fortunes are bound up with those of Europe, and indeed of the rest of the world, is amply illustrated by a Bulletin just issued by the United States Department of Commerce. It is an analysis of America's investments abroad, exclusive of sho
29 October 1931 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRINTINC PRESS AND THE

THE PRINTINC PRESS AND THE

NICHTINCALE. A correspondent sends us a copy of " The Newbury Weekly News," in which the following paragraph appears :—" If you want to hear the nightinfr e : t oozes to the N.W.N.' odioe. A nine o'clock last evening the songster wee heard beautifully, and the staff listened wit
18 May 1933 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
K. L . M'ATEER • SECOND-HAND CAR BARGAINS. ROVER 1930 Model, 10/23 h.p., 6 light 4-door Sunshine Saloon, complete equipment,

K. L . M'ATEER • SECOND-HAND CAR BARGAINS. ROVER 1930 Model, 10/23 h.p., 6 light 4-door Sunshine Saloon, complete equipment,

and taxed to end of year. AUSTIN 12 h.p. Touring Car, in new condition, new tyres, and taxed to end of year. AUSTIN 7 h.p. 1930 Model Saloon, first registered 1929, very carefully used, in splendid condition throughout. AUSTIN 7 h.p. 1930 Sports Blue, finish leather upholstery t
18 August 1932 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A CRAY ROAD.

A CRAY ROAD.

Mr. James Boyd, Rampart Road, wrote asking that the road in front of his house should be repaired. It had a clay surface, and with motors turning, it was in a eery bad state at present. The matter was referred to the Town Surveyor. RESIGNATIONS. Mr. Jackson Greene, Queen Street,
16 February 1933 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ARE YOU LOSING CHARM & FRESHNESS

ARE YOU LOSING CHARM & FRESHNESS

Watch for signs of 'CONSTIPATION Many women lose their Charm and Fresh- ness, became of Continual Headaches and Biliousness— others become Colourless and Dreary because Slug and Irregularity a the • are warnmgs of Yet how simple and inexpensive the Remedy—just Beecham's PM. They
16 February 1933 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IF YOU WANT REAL BARGAINS NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. My Annual Stocktaking Clearance Sale IS NOW IN FULL SWING. I

IF YOU WANT REAL BARGAINS NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. My Annual Stocktaking Clearance Sale IS NOW IN FULL SWING. I

am offering all my remaining stock of Drapery Goods, Boots and Shoes, at tremendous reductions to clear before Stocktaking. Wonderful Value in White Wool Blankets, 7 6, 10 6, 12/6 per pair to clear. Men's Nailed and Sparabled Boots, clearing prices, 8 6, 9'6, 11/6 per pair. See
16 February 1933 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THAN A SALE WHAT YOU WANT AT WHAT YOU WANT TO PAY. We " take Stock" at March let. While

THAN A SALE WHAT YOU WANT AT WHAT YOU WANT TO PAY. We " take Stock" at March let. While

we are measuring, counting, and getting ready for this Annual Event, we are pregilM•ed to sacrifice - all short lengths, small quantities, or slow selling Goods of any description. If we have anything you need g►ve us a call, and we will make the price right. We have always main
11 January 1934 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DERRY CITY'S PEACEFUL STATE. Magistrate and " Cheap " Drinks. At Derry Petty Sessions on Monday Mr. R. Roulston, J.P.

DERRY CITY'S PEACEFUL STATE. Magistrate and " Cheap " Drinks. At Derry Petty Sessions on Monday Mr. R. Roulston, J.P.

(chairman), said the citizens had every reason to congratulate themselves on the peaceful state of the city. There was hardly a case of serious crime, and this was due to the efficiency of the District-Inspector (Mr. Lynn) and the way the constabulary commended 'themselves to th
11 January 1934 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DERVOCK FARM SALE. RICH COURT SEQUEL. DISPUTE ABOUT _A PROMISSORY NOTE. A dispute in regard to a promissory note had

DERVOCK FARM SALE. RICH COURT SEQUEL. DISPUTE ABOUT _A PROMISSORY NOTE. A dispute in regard to a promissory note had

a sequel in the Northern King's Bench, before Mr. Justice Brown and a common jury on Monday. John Lyle Gardner, Benvarden, Dervock, County Antrim, a farmer, and James Horner, ot Society Street, Coleraine, a retired railway employee, as executors of the late Wm. John M.Quigg, wer
01 March 1934 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Defective Brakes.

Defective Brakes.

John W. Rankin, Toberdornan, Clovfin, waa summoned for using a motor cycle on which the front brake was defective on 12th May. Sergeant M`Kenzie said when he was examining the brake defendant told him to stop " messing about with the bicycle.'' Defendant called at the barracks t
14 June 1934 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland