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DOWNPATRICK QUARTER SESSIONS.

DOWNPATRICK QUARTER SESSIONS.

Honour dodge Fisheries Appesl. The Fisheries ™ appealed fnm dumiM majOTty of the magiftretee at S 19th November of proswtat.onyim appeared behalf of . and Mr. WdUajneon objected various grounds to appeal had not properly lodged, would strike it out. Mu Cwea. SamneJ Anderson, of
12 January 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MINE ACCIDENTS IS 1909.

MINE ACCIDENTS IS 1909.

The Centnl K«w» »y» • Homo OBo« return, issued last night, show, that the number of colliery mordents Greot BntMn .«J Ire- W during 1909 woo 1,176, on increase .38 with the premding yeet. The tot*l number 'deeth. rMullibg ffom tl,«e .cedent, 1,447, increase of 139. During the ye
12 January 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
4 10 0 Jan. Joly 6 3 Mar. Sea 5 611 Feb. Aug, 5 0 0 Feb. Aag. 5 c[FeU.A«i£f.

4 10 0 Jan. Joly 6 3 Mar. Sea 5 611 Feb. Aug, 5 0 0 Feb. Aag. 5 c[FeU.A«i£f.

6 7Jan.July 5 olllar.Sep, 7 Mar. Sep. 5 Oct 4 Oct 8 alFeb.Aa*.
12 January 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
10 7 Mr. Lusbicgton's Charter. 4

10 7 Mr. Lusbicgton's Charter. 4

7 Mr. Lusbicgton's Charter. ... Morton 7- Mr. P«-l> Milton Ernest, Ooswcll 7 Mr. Prrm.fOe's Sym»bolic. J. Ja.rvis 7 Mr. C. Roberts's Ea«er Pinch, 4 Woodman 7 Mr. R. Walker's legatee, 4 Doyle 7 Mr. W. H. Walker’s Docks and Drakes. 4 Fcrgußson 2- 15 —DOV'ERrDQB HURDLE RACE PI ATE o
08 March 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
£B,OOO

£B,OOO

. . . . ... TO BE LENT. IN ONE SUM SEVERAL, Moderate Rates of Interest. Security Ground Rents Belfast preferred.—Apply OMAR C. NELSON, 57, Arthur Street. 6611 06,000. 4 per cent., wanted on mortgage <>f freehold property centre of city.—Apply, F. P.. 6425. Office.
08 March 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BRIEF FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

BRIEF FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

Owing to the early break of winter, navigation by foreign shipping of the Sea of Axoff has begun. Operations against gun-runnere in the Persian Gulf are slackening.' traders being unable penetrate the blockade. China has given the British Minister renewed recar ding her administ
08 March 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RUGBY FOOTBALL ULSTER v. MUNSTER.

RUGBY FOOTBALL ULSTER v. MUNSTER.

The Ulster team has undergone another change, M'lldowte. Malone, having cried off owing to flight injury. This brings W. Tyrrell, Queen's, and many will glad to see this promising plater get place. The match is creating quite a lively interest in Rugby circle*, and followers the
19 January 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST AND COUNTY DOWN KAILWAY COMPANY,

BELFAST AND COUNTY DOWN KAILWAY COMPANY,

VOTJOK .HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE ONE HUNDRED A-ND TWfjm- EIGHTH 0 R I> I N A R Y KALF OeSjERAE MEETING of the PROPRIETORS of this Company will , PANY’S TERMINUS. QUEEN’S QUAY, Belfast. oil THURSDAY, the 10th day tehruarv. 1910 at half-pa*t Eleven the forenoon. to transact tho usual
19 January 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A WARNING TO WALES.

A WARNING TO WALES.

a meeting in support Sir Charles Cayrer, the Conservative candidate for Monmouth boroughs, held at Newport last night. Dr. Rutherford Harris read the following letter from Mr. Chamberlain Dear Dr. Harrie—l have already sent a message wishing success to Sir Charles Cayzer, but I
19 January 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FUTURE OF THE HOUSE OF LORDS.

FUTURE OF THE HOUSE OF LORDS.

Address by Mr. T. L. Corbett. the fortnightly meeting ot High Street (Holvwootl Presbyterian Chareh Guild, the subjeet for debate was That the House of lands as at present eonstiluted should abolished. There was vert large audience present, and the Rev. Vt. J. Archer, A. (presid
19 January 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland