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0. M'OULLAGH & CO. WHITE SALE. LADIES WHITE UNDERCLOTHING & CORSETS, WHITE. EMBROIDERED BLOUSES AND ROBES, MAIDS’ WHITE MUSLIN APRONS,

0. M'OULLAGH & CO. WHITE SALE. LADIES WHITE UNDERCLOTHING & CORSETS, WHITE. EMBROIDERED BLOUSES AND ROBES, MAIDS’ WHITE MUSLIN APRONS,

LINENS. &c.. ALL AT SPECIAL PRICES DURING WHITE SALE CASTLE BUILDINGS,
06 February 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE KING’S SPEECH.

THE KING’S SPEECH.

His Majesty then read the following Speech from the Throne. The references therein to the death of his Royal father were spoken in tones which betrayed natural emotion, but the remainder the Speech was delivered in a firm and strong voice;— Lords and Gentlemen— In opening the fi
07 February 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Parliament BUI.

The Parliament BUI.

At any rate, there can b© no doubt about this. | Our proposala are the proposals which laid 1 before (the country, and which the country ha« approved. They will submitted in due course , and without avoidable delay to this House, i Ample opportunity mil be given for their dis- |
07 February 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CommiMioncrs’ Suggested Remedies.

CommiMioncrs’ Suggested Remedies.

hpadiiiß of th*» Com■ ffivionerß report follows; —Our investiga tß'iiw. show that niu&pp| hods aro a very fflatanal fai tor th© havo not at present soffirirnt data to fit* tfferi of mussol rlearinc in aholtsbing s^aws^d. • • But on th« oar disposal «o ® propel' tho proems* as a
04 March 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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EXCURSIONS.

EXCURSIONS.

New zeal a nd. Tasmania/ Australia. CAPETOWN. SAViLL. and ALBION COMPANY. LIMITED, despatch Uieir BOIAL MAIL STEAMERS'from London (Royal Albert every four aeelu?. calling at Plymouth. Next departure;— Feb. 2 (twin-screw), 9.372 tons. Mar. 2 Tainui ttwin-ecrew), 9,757 tons. Cheap
28 January 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SITUATIONS VACANT.

SITUATIONS VACANT.

ULSTER WOMEN'S UNIONIST ASSOCIATION. WANTED, COMPETENT LADY AS PAID ORGANISING SECRETARY. Only applications from those with practical of secretarial work will entertained. Apply, by letter only, to the Honorary Secretary. Mrs. A. G. FINLAY, Ardmora. Myrtle field Park, Belfast. 2
28 January 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DURHAM v. CUMBERLAND,

DURHAM v. CUMBERLAND,

This match was played Kendal on Saturday in fair weather, and before a good attendance. The ground was slightly frozen. Durham kicked off, and worked the Cumberland “25,” Holliday flailing nicely. Saint relieved, but only temporarily. Gradually they gained ground, however, and O
09 January 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Before the Lord Chief Baron. Mr. Justice Gibson.

Before the Lord Chief Baron. Mr. Justice Gibson.

and Mr. Justice Boyd. Boss y. Eaton A Son and Others. This case came before the Court on adjourned application on behalf of the defendants, Messrs. Ea.wn & Son, to set aside the service of writ upon them and to have their name struck out of the list defendant* tho ground that th
28 January 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEVTOWNARDB DISTRICT COUNCIL.

NEVTOWNARDB DISTRICT COUNCIL.

A special meeting of this rural council wa* held the inst.—the chairman, Major* General Montgomery, D.L., presiding. The clerk (Mr. James Holmes) submitted his estimate .for the Tear 1911-12. estimated the expenditure the general charges as £1,209 7s 4d, and under separate charg
09 January 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland