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OF LADIES’ COSTUMES OFFERED AT HALF LOT OF ALL-WOOL LADIES’ DRESS TWEEDS, DOUBLE PRICE. 17/6 to 50/- WIDTH, 1/9* YARD,

OF LADIES’ COSTUMES OFFERED AT HALF LOT OF ALL-WOOL LADIES’ DRESS TWEEDS, DOUBLE PRICE. 17/6 to 50/- WIDTH, 1/9* YARD,

worth 2/11. VIAIDS’ SAMPLE APRONS, CAMBRIC TRIMMED EM- NAVY BLUE COATING SERGE. 52 to 56 inchu wid«, BROIDERY, l/ll*. 2/6. 2/11, MUCH BELOW USUAL COST. 4/11 b/ll YARD, ALL WOOL. GUARANTEED FAST DYE, OF BLANKETS. SLIGHTLY SOILED, ALL WOOL. SINGLE worth 6/8 8/11. BED SIZE, 15/6 »n
08 January 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MOTORS AND CYCLEa FORD.

MOTORS AND CYCLEa FORD.

THE DMIVERS&L CAR. The Ford tho happinetß and the exerapler of oar service. Quiet, neat, comfortable, quick, reliable, sturdy, and remarkably handy, the FORD Car I* the motorist’s most willing servitor, A million owners have found FORD’S economical to buy and run. PRICES AT WORK
08 January 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
highlv rec this Office.

highlv rec this Office.

wages. £24.—Apply, A 413, LADY wishes position as Companion-Housekeeper ; accustomed to secretarial work; Protestant.—Apply. X 286, this Office. 'VTO Salary.—Lady would give Companionship 1C «nd light service* for comfortable home where servant is kept.—A276. this Office. as Nur
08 January 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FVom the ** London Gazette.”

FVom the ** London Gazette.”

the ** London Gazette.” Lieutenant-Colonel (temporary Brigadier-General) George T. M. Bridges, 4th Hussars, be temporary general. Lieutenant Sir Fiederick E. Smith, K.C., M.P., Oxfordshire Hussars, be captain and to remain seconded. Graded for purposes of pay as a staff captain—
08 January 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SERIOUS CHARQE AT PORTQLGNONE

SERIOUS CHARQE AT PORTQLGNONE

Indeoent Latter Sent to Soottieh Sheriff KAN'S REMARKABLE DEFENCE At Portglenonc petty sessions Thursda-... before Mr. Wra. Cation, J.P., and other , the Postmaster-General, London, charged Wm. Blair, Aughnahoy, a man of 75 years age, with haring sent indecent through the post.
08 January 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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LUBGAN WOMAN’S GLAD SURPRISE.

LUBGAN WOMAN’S GLAD SURPRISE.

Mrs. Higgins, of Bridge Street, Lurgan, whose husband. Trooper John Higgins, serving with the North Jrish.Horse France, and two sons also serving the army, has been the recipient of good news. Some time ago the wife on© her sons—Rifleman Thomas John Higgins—who resides in Street
08 January 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DRASTIC MEASURES SUGGESTED.

DRASTIC MEASURES SUGGESTED.

The monthly meeting of the County Down Joint Committee for Technical Instruction was held yesterday in the Central Hall, Rosemary Street, Belfast—Mr. Hill Dickson, J.P., chairman, presiding. The other members present were— Messrs. G. BaUlie, J.P.; P. O’Neill, J.P.; A. J.P.; Edwa
08 January 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LAWN

THE LAWN

“Nothing is more pleasant to the eye than green grass kept finely shorn.” Before the season heavy rains has passed the lawn should be fed. - One cannot prick the fertiliser into the turf, nor always afford the cost of a soil dressing, to pro- tect it from waste owing to the suns
08 January 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RUBBER MARKET.

RUBBER MARKET.

Active Dealings In Shares. There was a renewal of active dealings in rubber shares. Brokers reported that public interest in the market was widening rapidly. Appreciable gains were recorded in Lanadrons at 41?, Bukit Rajah at 74, Tehran at 61s 104 d; while Highlands improved to
08 January 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RUSSIANS

RUSSIANS

2 Kyfliliro_. 36/7+1,4 ««V9 nusso-ABiaUc ... l , .« +1.32 JliDlßt- .. ... 15.0 l;/o jiiisnooil. shores 3i/3 -1,6 AUSTRALIAN. £/6 Aftccialcd Oolu Mints .. 4/9 5,3 I 15-32r>iokcu Hill Plops(8a) ... 49 9 -*d Buimnch Plops b/10 Oolueu Horseshoe (£5) ... Ik/o Oreatßouluer Props (2s)
08 January 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland