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JOHN MILLT6EN & CO., LTD,

JOHN MILLT6EN & CO., LTD,

Best House Coal. Milligeids English Coal SOOTCH „ 22/- Obbell Nuts „ ... 24/- Less !/• per ton discount for Cash oo or before delivery. 18, DONEGALL SQUARE NORTH. Telephone, and 1414. Telegrams. "Coal," Belfast O OWDEN & P. H. CHARLEY. Tklephok* 1755. Per Ton. COAL 25/- 2AI- ARL
28 March 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORK PARK.

CORK PARK.

ORDER OF RUNNING—THIS DAY. Hobday Hurdle. 2; Maiden Hordle. 2-30; Douglas. 3; r.Anr Away. 3-30; Monster. Local Hunt. 4-3<k The majority of the horses engaged at this meeting reach the course Ibis morning. HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. To-Day. Derr; Harriers* Point-to.-Point Races, Bally
28 March 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO NEWTOWNARDS.

TO NEWTOWNARDS.

EASTER MONDAY, by Trains 9-20 am, 1036 am, 11-30 am, p.m., 1-35 pm Ist 2/- 2nd CL, 1/6. 3rd CL, 1/-- Tickets above Fares will Sa iasoad Iran Bloomfield, Neill's Hill, Knock, and by such Trains are timed to call Stations, local Train* in adraace, enable Passengers to join through
28 March 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FARM FIBBB IN EBBBZ.

FARM FIBBB IN EBBBZ.

FARM FIBBB EBBBZ. Farm fires of a supposed incendiary origin occurred early oin the 26th inat. the Essex villages of Berden and Manuden. At Hall Farm, Berdon, eight haystacks were destroyed, and at Manaden nuinber ricks of- straw were •burned. The Urea occurred almost simultaneou
28 March 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ¥ETO RESOLUTIONS.

THE ¥ETO RESOLUTIONS.

Labour Party’s Amendment ABOLITION OF THE LORDS. I%© parliamentary pepere the 26th inst. contained the following amendment by Mr. Barnes, chairman of tlie Ijabottr party, the Premier's proposed resolution (Money Bills): House of Lords being irresponsriMo part the Legislature, an
28 March 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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SHOT IBBOO6H THE HUD.

SHOT IBBOO6H THE HUD.

foqaeet was held Puddington. near Cheater, <ai the inst., Robert Griffiths (29), Two Hille Farm, who war found lying dead in the- office the farm with a gunshot k goo lay beside the body. Gnffihta had saffered from influensa, and the housekeeper said that half hour before the bo
28 March 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EASTER CONCERT AT BANGOR.

EASTER CONCERT AT BANGOR.

Under the auspices of Ham iff Road Presbyterian Church, Bangor, the sacred cantata “The Crucifixion ’’ (Stainer) was given before large attendance the church on the evening of the 25th inst. by a largely-augmented choir, consisting of about fifty voicee, under tho leadership of
28 March 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RATIONAL URIOR Of 101JRRALIBT8.

RATIONAL URIOR Of 101JRRALIBT8.

The annual conference of’the 'National Untcn Journal ieto concluded Mancheeter 36th ioKt. Mr. G. H. Lethem, of Leeds, was elected president; Mr. W. N. Watto, iMancb»- ter, general eecretaiy, and ‘Mr. J. C. Mean*- ■ MaDcheetcr, general treasurer. , , The Chairman said tlte execut
28 March 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STB4MDTOWN VOLUNTEERS L.O.L. 827.

STB4MDTOWN VOLUNTEERS L.O.L. 827.

The annual concert under the auspices of this lodge was held in Strandtown Hall on the evening of the 24th insfc. The hall was tastefully decorated for the occasion, and the following man! bers, who had change of the arrangements, are to congratulated on the success attending th
28 March 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DERAMORE DRIVE,

DERAMORE DRIVE,

By order o£ the Representatives of ALEC. ORDER OF SALE. THIS DAT, at 11-30—The Magnificent Bed and Dressing Room Furniture, Carpets and Plenishings, Contents of Store Room, Kitchen, Pantries, and Scullery, Garden Tent, Seats and Tools, Meat Safe, <&o., Ac. r, Esq., Deceased. ADM
23 February 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland