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11. AngH Court. London. E.C.

11. AngH Court. London. E.C.

11. Court. London. E.C. Harms paid to your Bankers the turn of £ being a deposit of fire per cent, on £ of the above Bonds. I/we agree to purchase that amount Of the said Bonds, or any smaller amount that you ■nay allot upon the terma of the Preepeetos dated Jrd January. 1910. an
04 January 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ELECTION NORTH ANTRIM DIVISION COUNTY OF ANTRIM.

ELECTION NORTH ANTRIM DIVISION COUNTY OF ANTRIM.

I THOMAS TAGGART, OF BALLYMONKY,* In the County of Antrim, being the dulyappointed Election Agent for BLR WILLIAM JAMES BAXTER, Candidate at the above Election, hereby give Notice, that in view of the Provisions of the Corrupt and Illegal Pmoitoes (Prevention) Act, 1883, the sai
04 January 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SALE THIS DAY, P. M'GINNESS, Deceased. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE BY AUCTION OF THE SECOND PORTION OF THE STOCK OF BOOTS

SALE THIS DAY, P. M'GINNESS, Deceased. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE BY AUCTION OF THE SECOND PORTION OF THE STOCK OF BOOTS

and SHOES AT 121. ROYAL AVENUE, THIS DAY, and following days, Eleven o’clock, a.m., and • Seven o’clock, p.m. JAMES DENNY, 4431 Auctioneer, 55, Castle Street.
16 February 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“SYMPTOMS OF EYESTRAIN.” Symptonw of •« ofton Indirect and are wrongly attributed causes. Headache, Pain tbo Back of tho Eyes,

“SYMPTOMS OF EYESTRAIN.” Symptonw of •« ofton Indirect and are wrongly attributed causes. Headache, Pain tbo Back of tho Eyes,

fimariiotr. borenesa and Meat the Eyes are frennently caused through Detects of Sight If either of these symptoms caused through any ocular detect nothing but wearing any ocuiar u'.vu.u* - eciaatifieally-fitted glasses will con will Test your Sight on the Latest Scientific Lines
16 February 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LAST WEEK'S STORMS.

LAST WEEK'S STORMS.

Bblpvrecked Mariners Landed Liverpool. Eighty-five members of shipwrecked crew* arrived at Liverpool yesterday the Booth liner Lanfranc. They were from ships which had mot with disaster at Oporto and Vigo during the terrible storms and floods of last week. Thirty were from the s
04 January 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE RADICAL CAMPAIGN.

THE RADICAL CAMPAIGN.

Hr. Asqaith at Haddington. HINISTEBS AND BEFOBH CF THE UPPER HOUSE. In sapport Air. Haldanes candidature, the Prime Minister addressed meeting Haddington last night. Mr. Asquith, -who had enthusiastic reception from the 2,000 people present, said the first political speech he ma
04 January 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALLYCLARE.

BALLYCLARE.

The monthly meeting this urban conncil was held yesterday, Mr. David Dickey, J.P. (chairman). presiding. There were also present— Councillors Lyle. M’Crone, Magee, M'Gladdery, Kennedy, and* Hill. The financial statement for the month of December showed—Receipts, £l3B 5b 4d; expe
04 January 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIHATADT.

LIHATADT.

Th«* quarterly meeting Rural District Council was held yesterday—Mr. John A. Long. J.P. (chairman), presiding. Mr. C. L. Boddie, county eurveyor, submitted his report. The liabilities in respect road expenditure in the district for the current year amounted at present £7.105 10s
04 January 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Effect of Tariffs In Germany.

The Effect of Tariffs In Germany.

The Effect of Tariffs Germany. W« our ben«volenoe, says th© Daily Telegraph,” let the foreigner in to trade amongst and compete against without payment of on© farthing way toll. We, the other hand, are either repelled altogether from market® abroad forced bear the doty ourselves,
04 January 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

AKRIVED AT THIS PORT Ist, 2nd. AND 3rd The Webb, from Kustendie, with znaixe; R BaU, Ltd., consign. G. 4 Sons, agents. The Avocet. Gregory, from Ghent, with general cargo; sundry consignees; J, Little Co., agents. •Phe Manning, from Gothenburg, with a general’cargo; sundry consi
04 January 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland