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PATENTS FOII INVENTIONS

PATENTS FOII INVENTIONS

H. D. FITZPATRICK CO.. PATENT AGENTS, GLASGOW. BELi'ABT. LONDON. PROTECTION, £3.5«, TmloH.rk. ami Rogi*ler«d- Charg,-.. information and advice given IRISH UPFICE. 50. Scottish Provident Buildings, Belfast. Trade.—Agent to represent Cork V/ Merchant*; good terms, prospccta to sma
04 January 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ADDITIONAL ABBIVALB.

ADDITIONAL ABBIVALB.

Phyllis . Voting Buck 11, Kii>*J> Core. Mac dotiffal. Adorn, Imperial IX»er. Denmark. Pnnf* Charming. Proth. Captain Farrell. Ojerry Charm. .VaWvl Order*. Lady Looking Glai#, (tokmei*. Wow leopard. Relteh. Whiling. Baflyoacad. other* are from Epeom. Lrwea. Grove, htockbridge, an
04 January 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OFFICIAL SCRATCHINCS.

OFFICIAL SCRATCHINCS.

The fodowlng wratehiDiee were iMued the officee Messffi. Weatherhy yeeMdaj .—H •¥. A*' . 1mW.1*... " Humbnvtooe llarOk* Race. Ipicrwwr-—BaHynatroy. hamheaps—Bodger 11, Ken nil worth. belt<n« I Land trap. Kempton—Viaitor, Maltonia latt'etoo Handicap Hats worth Hurdle Jaad's hotw.
24 January 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DOCK WABD.

DOCK WABD.

DOCK Tb« monthly noting this ward sab-commitUo held in the City Hall. Mr. Wilaon Robinson (Tke-chainaan) presidod, and there were also present Councillors Dr. J. M'Htot, J.P.; Dr. A. Trimble, J.P.; and Mr. Samuel Rea, J.P. An apology for non-attendance was received from the chair
24 January 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
QUARTER SESSIONS.

QUARTER SESSIONS.

Yesterday—Before his Honour Judge Cooke, His Honour, addressing the Grand Jury, said the only case to go before them was one in which a man named John Gallagher alleged that bis son robbed him of sum of money, at his own lire* side, two o'clock in morning. The moneya sum of £2—w
24 January 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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BALLYGOWAN,

BALLYGOWAN,

Mr. J. Hill Dickson, J.P., presided at a large and enthusiastic meeting the Unionist* of the district held in the Orange Hall, Ballygowan, on the evening of the 22nd inst. The Chairman, who was cordially received, said that meeting had been called with the object of forming a Cl
24 January 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
object it wm not for him to mv. hot had watched his opportunities both inside and outside Council, and had

object it wm not for him to mv. hot had watched his opportunities both inside and outside Council, and had

endeavoured get the work done in a way that would be satisfactory to the entire community. (Hear, hear.) re garded social functions, be had not been placed in any difficulty in Belfast, hot London found it rather embarrassing when be had invitations to luncheon 1-30, a garden pa
24 January 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A LIYXLT KXITHIO.

A LIYXLT KXITHIO.

annual meeting of Londonderry Corpora- was held in the County Courtbooae yeeterday for the purpose of electing Mayor. Alderman M. A. the Mayor, preaided, and there waa an almost full attendance of the council. The Grand Jury room, in which the meeting waa held, waa packed citixe
24 January 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
An Interesting Retrospect.

An Interesting Retrospect.

Now. tip till the time Lord Young's Bill there no doubt that the Scottish nation was infinitely best educated the three four partners of the United Kingdom com posed—(applause)—and I think the time has now come to consider whether the forty years since that great Act was passed
04 January 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
the abor expedition.

the abor expedition.

Hr* Williamson's Murderer* Killed. Simla. Wednesday. The Headmen, says telegram seat by General Bower from Yamburg tb© Ist met., state that two men from that village were tbe chief actors in the murder Mr. Nod WiUiameon. and that both of them were killed in fighting against the
04 January 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland