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THE AUSTRIAN EMPEROR’S HEALTH

THE AUSTRIAN EMPEROR’S HEALTH

TIMES " TELEGRAM, VSR PRESS ASSOCLATXOS [COPYRIGHT.] Vienna, Thursday. An official coranrunique appearing this evening states that the Emperor Francis Joseph will return from Godollo to Schbnbrunn nest Monday or Tuesday. Bad weather has prevented the Emperor from losing the cata
26 May 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Serene and Sarcastic.

Serene and Sarcastic.

The following advertisements are published in London contemporary Hard worked and ill-paid man and wife, who have not had good holiday for several years and are eager for another sight of the Swiss mountains, appeal for assistance.” The Animal Nuisance—l should -be glad hoar fro
18 July 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORRESPONDENCE. BRITISH WOMEN’S PLEA FOR GIRL EMIGRANTS.

CORRESPONDENCE. BRITISH WOMEN’S PLEA FOR GIRL EMIGRANTS.

TO BKLFA.’IT NKWS IZTTKB. Sm—We, the undorsigned. ha\-ing already sent over 16,000 women and prts oTerasaa, and repreomting many sodelws in Great Britain dnaling vith girls and yoang women, request your earnest consideration of the enclosed suggestions, •which were passed a conf
18 July 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DIRECTORS.

DIRECTORS.

HENRY J. HADRILL, Nortiwood, CbislAorat, K«nt. DUNCAN MioOAUjDM, J.P., Campbdujrwn, WILLLVM HERBERT SMEDLEY, Domnin Park. Surrey. WILLIAM THOMAS SMEDLEY, F.C.A., 36, Russell Square. W.C. PERCY WEILLKR STRAUS. F.C.A., 7, Great Winchester Street. E.C. BANKERS. THE LONDON CITY AND
09 May 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Prevention of Obstruction.

The Prevention of Obstruction.

I want to convince noble lords opposite that we have endeavoured draw our scheme as fairly as may be between the two parties. Supposing we retain our majority and use it for the purpose obstructing the business of the other House, the remedy lies ready your hand. You can fall ba
09 May 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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ROYAL BELFAST LADIES* CLUB.

ROYAL BELFAST LADIES* CLUB.

A very successful competition was played yesterday for members, with handicaps 26 and over for prize presented by Mrs. R. E. M'Lean. After doe© and exciting matches Mrs. proved to bo the successful competitor and Mrs. Burrows runner-up. Details:— Bye*—Mis* Agiiew. Mis* Young, Mr
20 June 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ladies’ Branch.

Ladies’ Branch.

Ar already stated, the fixture in connection with the ladies* branch was a foursome* competition, open to members and also to temporary members, provided they were mmbers of a recognised golf club. Tbe conditions were match play in 9-hole heats under handicap, the prizes the win
20 June 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PREPARATION OF THE LI6TB.

THE PREPARATION OF THE LI6TB.

A special meeting the Council the County Borough of Belfast was held noon yesterday in the Council Chamber at the City Hall to receive and adopt » report from the Finance Committee on the lists of premises requiring revision of valuation to forwarded the Commissioner on 26th Jun
20 June 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PEACEFUL PICKETING. 'Jersey Docks Board's Protest.

PEACEFUL PICKETING. 'Jersey Docks Board's Protest.

The Mersey Docks and Harbour Board yesterday passed a resolui ion calling the Government’s attention to alleged intimidation being practised under the guise peaceful picketing. The chair man. Mr. Robertson, stated had reached such serious dimensions that it was absolutely essent
01 September 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE RAILWAY COMMISSION EYIDENCE OF MR. J. H. THOMAS

THE RAILWAY COMMISSION EYIDENCE OF MR. J. H. THOMAS

Recognition of Trade Unions.
01 September 1911 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland