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Giant's Disease.

Giant's Disease.

A nl guinl'* diaew," arn'meg»ly, T»port«d from Low Moor. Bradford. Tho naliont. Mr. Ham- Faulkner, of Court. Low Moor, man' thirty, atatea that he wa* normal hoy up the age of fourteen, when his toe* and "jaw began grow very large. ronlinued hi* employment the railway Bradford,
24 January 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
. non© it. H© the people, though ho not »y tn many words. H« talks «boul it© bcot it boing

. non© it. H© the people, though ho not »y tn many words. H« talks «boul it© bcot it boing

denial jus tics, and on. Mt strangest that it favour* the n.'h. does not explain bow thi* could be. «e«ing • f«t at * Referendum each elector baa only oo© vote. The fere am pwvent© legislation the dirtation of au active and unscrupulous minority. That why Mr, lioyd Georg© i» opp
24 February 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SIRDAR.

SIRDAR.

Statement by Dond Kitchener. Khartoum. Friday, t. arrived here to-day. and was Sir Wingate, the Sirdar, and received a ova an immense crowd. 2 adores# r*ad rdar. Lord K to his • ihe fat are prosperity the Soudan, congratulated the pe?P !,k ' rtQntr . visit the Kiri; and Queen Po
24 February 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHOCKING OCCURRENCE NEAR

SHOCKING OCCURRENCE NEAR

LISBURN. Mutilated Body Found on the Railway Shortly after seven o'clock laat night information was received Mr. Gillespie, at Lisburn, that the body of man had been oh , served lying on the railway track convenient Knockmcro Junction. The polios were onco apprised, and Head-Con
24 February 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
C.P.A. LITERARY SOCIETY.

C.P.A. LITERARY SOCIETY.

interesting discussion took place the committee room on 22nd inst. the subject *’ThA journalism of To-day." Mr. J. H. Millar presided. Mr. H. J. r- Bingham, 8.A., iu opening the controversy, spoke ofth© mighty influence wielded for good lor evil the Press, and contrasted the jou
24 February 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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THE BELFAST NEWS-LEITER. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1942.

THE BELFAST NEWS-LEITER. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1942.

24 February 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST, TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1912^

BELFAST, TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1912^

VOL. CLXXV.—Number 30,076. THE BANK BUILDINGS. OUB ANNUAL WINTER SALE 12 PAGES, ONE PENNY. TRUSTED FRIEND . SPECIAL OFFERS AT ROBINSON & CLEAVER’S SALE FOR LADIES— BEAt IBIRH TWEEDS. 54 INCHES, 1/114. WORTH TD.; DRESS LENGTHS, SERGES, TWEEDS, CHEVIOTS, AC.. «/11, nil. 11/S, WORT
16 January 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTRY AND SEASIDE HOUSES.

COUNTRY AND SEASIDE HOUSES.

■V-o. 7, PARK PARADE, LISBURN, pre- Xv sent occupied by Mr. Nice House, overlooking Wallace Park. Two Reception rooms. 4 Bedrooms. Bath Ih. and c.), two Water Ciceet*. Will done up to suit good tenants. Rent moderate.—Apply. No. 7. Park Parade, or Mr. Hachinson. .Seymour Street.
16 January 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MUSICIANS' BALL.

MUSICIANS' BALL.

A great treat lovers dancing will b« afforded those who attend the ball given by the members of the ‘•Amalgamated Maajcian** Union'’ the Ulster Hall on Friday, the 10th inst., in aid of the " Sick and Benevolent Fond " tbto society. It seldom that the opportunity occurs in Belfa
16 January 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ASSEMBLY HILL BBBYICBB.

THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ASSEMBLY HILL BBBYICBB.

Them ecrvioee, which *r© under tbf* care of a oommittee the Preabylery of Belfast, are being well supported, and the attendance on the after noon of the 14th inst. was moat encouraging. One the conveners, Mr. David Irwin, presided, and the clerical convener, Rev. Dr. Megaw, open
16 January 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland