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INTERESTING AUCTION SALE SUPE RIOR

INTERESTING AUCTION SALE SUPE RIOR

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, ULSTER SALEROOMS, 22, WELLINGTON PLACE, On THURSDAY, the 9th Feb., at o’clock. Auctioneers and Valuers, 21, Rosemary Street, Belfast. Comprising Handsome dining room appoint _ MENTS Walnut, including Extxa Fin© TvTMri'Ci lid AIT VHP If Quality Su
06 February 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FIRE IN HACKY STREET.

FIRE IN HACKY STREET.

Shortly before five o’clock on Saturday evening the brigade received a call'to tho dwelling-house, 36, Macky Street, and made a prompt response with effective turnoat of men and apparatus. It was found, however, that the flames bad made little headway, and they wore extinguished
06 February 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AMERICAN RAILS,

AMERICAN RAILS,

106% Atchison com. 108% % 110 Baltimore and Ohio ...108% 108% % 85% Chesapeake and Ohio ...86% 87 % Chicago Great Western ... 23% do % 132 Chic., Mil.. &St Paul com. 134% 135>-. % Cl eve. and Pittsburg 7 p.c. 83 87 31% Denver com. 34% 34% 73 do- spercent pref.... 74 74% 29% Eric
06 February 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HORSES, CARRIAGES, fto.

HORSES, CARRIAGES, fto.

'C’rOR Sale. 2 strong Horses, good condition. »uk- X 1 a bio for farming <jr earring; good workers and quiet. Robert Armstrong, Great George’s Street. 2531 STATION Cart and eet Harness, good condition, for Sale, £l6.—Viaoount Jocelyn, Bryaosford, Co. Down. 2315
28 January 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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GREAT FIRE AT SANTIAGO.

GREAT FIRE AT SANTIAGO.

[COPYRIGHT. J Santiago, Sunday. A destructive fire, supposed have caused by employees on strike, occurred tie central railway station at midnight. The dan*, age is estimated £150,000.
09 January 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MONETARY OUTLOOK.

THE MONETARY OUTLOOK.

Since the turn the year (says the Economist the market has passed through the osoal reaction from stringency ease, and com petition for bills has been keen, though tempered hy Continental and other demands for gold. Thursday’s Bank return showed the seasonal flow currency from t
09 January 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PIANOFORTE. VIOLIN. SINGING. MR. A. M. GIFFORD, L.R.A.M., LESSONS^ MONDAY, January Ijeason* given Mesas. Hart & ChorckiU’e, Cramer, Wood, k

PIANOFORTE. VIOLIN. SINGING. MR. A. M. GIFFORD, L.R.A.M., LESSONS^ MONDAY, January Ijeason* given Mesas. Hart & ChorckiU’e, Cramer, Wood, k

Co.’s, 5, ROSEMOUNT GARDENS.
09 January 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPECIAL CLEARING SALE

SPECIAL CLEARING SALE

AT OUR HABERDASHERY DEPARTMENT. NTE ARE OFFERING LARGE QUANTITY OF TRIMMING, BUTTONS, AND DRESS ORNAMENT^ AT LESS THAN HALF-PRICE. IXSI’ECTION INVITED AT COUNTER. ANDEESON & M'AULEY.
10 March 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
UNRESERVED SALE.

UNRESERVED SALE.

In ro “THE CHARING CROSS BANK,” 75. ROYAL AVENUE, BELFAST. To SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, Oo* o'clock p.m.. tho 17th ■Hay March, 1911, the PREMISES. 75, ROYAL AVENUE, occupiod by *’ Tbo Cro® Bank," all too OFFICE FURNITUREAND BUSINESS APPLIANCES Uheiwn, comprising: 1 RELIANCE BURGLA
10 March 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland