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N E W l S S ti ES.

N E W l S S ti ES.

N E l S S ti ES. NEW 5 PER CENT. tXCHtQUER BONDS. The Bank of England authorised by the Treasurv to roooive until further notice applications for j ricr oeUt. Exchequer Bonds in denonuimuona him So, £5OO. £l.OOO, and £5.000 The bonds ill to repayable at par on let Apn1.,1922, but
13 April 1917 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AHRAKOEHENTS POK TO-DAY,

AHRAKOEHENTS POK TO-DAY,

POK TO-DAY, Quarter -Couny Court house, 11 a.iu. League i'Uy Dance tor The Carlton, io B jt.ui. CJraiKl Open Houae. Great Victoria Street—Pantoiatnu. ChiJmlia," and 7*30 p.m. Royal Uii»podrome, Great Victoria Street—6-0 and p.m •Thu Royal Cinema. Artliur Square— to W .»* p.m. Emp
05 January 1917 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RHODESIANS.

RHODESIANS.

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05 January 1917 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
I To day. Call Money 2'*: 2V Exchange London. 60 days sign 4 71.50 Po. do. Demand Bilisi 4 75.50

I To day. Call Money 2'*: 2V Exchange London. 60 days sign 4 71.50 Po. do. Demand Bilisi 4 75.50

Cable Transform ‘♦•76.4a Exchange Baris, sight Exchangeßerltu. eight. ) 7l» Exchange on Mexico. Lond'nk lus'ng! I Parity.iTo-day.i Io4“,itt 69% 109%
05 January 1917 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRODUCE.

PRODUCE.

LIVERPOOL PRODUCE, March 7.—Sugar; are no offerings sorif. on the open marKct. Tate telined L Munihs and No. 2, 42s )W; grajMJiated standard, eoar.se. and hue. 42s c«t., Liverpool refiners-. Molassos—Little appears thy market, and West Indian spot remains nominal value. Coffee—l
08 March 1917 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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Postal and Police Witnesses.

Postal and Police Witnesses.

The evidence of photographers and of Post Office witnesses was next called, and Sir A. Bodkin put in the correspondence read the previous day for the purpose proving correct copies .Lieutenant Malcolm Brodie, attached to the General Post Office, was called as to the handwriting
08 March 1917 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MATINEE IN OPERA HOUSE, WEDNESDAY, 14th MARCH, AT 2-30, AID OF BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY AND COMFORTS FOR BELGIAN SOLDIERS’

MATINEE IN OPERA HOUSE, WEDNESDAY, 14th MARCH, AT 2-30, AID OF BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY AND COMFORTS FOR BELGIAN SOLDIERS’

FUND, President—LA.DY M*CULLA.GH. Programme tinder the direction of MA.DAME URINKWATEK, MRS. FRED HAMILTON. MRS. JAMES MOORE, BAND OFTHE DEPOT ROYAL IRISH RIFLES (By kind permission of Major FERRAR). Stalls and Dress Circle, 2/6; Upper Circle, Pit, I/-; Gallery, 6d. Seats for St
08 March 1917 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LAMBEG SPORTS.

LAMBEG SPORTS.

EASTER WEDNESDAY. TROTTING AND DOG RACING STARTING ii-45. Entrio* Booeived To-day at CELTIC PARK. BEDFORD GIRL’S TRAGIC FATE. Tha body Jeanie Olivia Evw. nipU at tha Badford GirU’ Model School, who had W missing unoe February, has been found in tha rivar at Cardington Lock, thre
10 April 1917 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EVERIHG RECEPTION.

EVERIHG RECEPTION.

In the evening reception held the Belfast District—Br. Cinnamon, D.G.T., presiding. After tea and other good things had been dispensed, the chairman extended a hearty welcome to the visitors representing the Order in Ireland, and very specially to Br. Mallons, the founder ofdhe
10 April 1917 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MYSTERIOUS WIRELESS MESSAGES

MYSTERIOUS WIRELESS MESSAGES

Bio Janeiro, Monday. reported that tho Minister of Marinehas received from the commander of the torpedo boat destroyer Alagoas, stationed Flomnopolis, a report that bo ha* intercepted mysterious wireless messages from unknown station. AMUHOKMBHTS FOB T 0 D4T. Belfast. Board of G
10 April 1917 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland