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THE MINING MARKET

THE MINING MARKET

South Africans Dull. Out«d« of few qpecUliiiet the Minmc- we* ddl. especially regards You'll descriptions, which are etill said from .the derire of holde r? tell , secure funds which operate • and attractive paying sliaics, sudi a*. .„| j / tain industrial proposition.'. A fresh
21 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

BtLEAST, Jan. 20 —OBcial Wholc>al« Prices. a. d. a. Grain—Oats. new. per 16 0 % Botter—Print, per lb., retail 3 0 Do. l.nmn do 3 O Do. AVhoiesa!#. do ... 211 Hen. per 120 42 0 Do. l)auk. ... ... ... 43 0 —63 0 Do. Han. per des. ... 6 Do Dn.-k. do. • per rundlet . . ... 0 —l2 < a
21 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
To-daj'a Vaathtr PorMMt Ireland—Wind aouth-weat westerly, fraah or strong; much low cloud; some rain; risibility indifferent; mild. Sun Mm -

To-daj'a Vaathtr PorMMt Ireland—Wind aouth-weat westerly, fraah or strong; much low cloud; some rain; risibility indifferent; mild. Sun Mm -

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21 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTERWOMEN UNIONISTS

ULSTERWOMEN UNIONISTS

THE ANNUAL MEETING. Speech by the Daohesa of Aberoorn
21 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OLD GIRLS’ ASSOCIATION.

OLD GIRLS’ ASSOCIATION.

Victoria College, Belfast. The annuel reunion Old Victorians ’* was held Victoria College on Saturday evening last. The proceedings commenced with whist drive, and nursery rhyme competition. After an interval for tea and conversation, the president Miss Mstier, gave brief outlin
21 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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IRISH TEMPERANCE LEAGUE.

IRISH TEMPERANCE LEAGUE.

The Krecutivo of the Irt»h Temperance League met in the Boardroom. Lombard Street, on Friday evening —the chairman (Mr. H. M*Cleery, J.P.) praaidiDg. Reports submitted regarding the secona week of meetings connection with the Southern tour were extremely gratifying. The conferen
21 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
w. HAMILTON & CO., LTD

w. HAMILTON & CO., LTD

FLOBISTS, Ac.. ARTHUR STREET, BELFAST.
21 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUNCAIRN ELECTION

DUNCAIRN ELECTION

r bet. to express our warmest thanks to all tbnec who interested themselves in our Candidature the recent Election, and especially tbo Ladies and Irendemen who recorded their Votes our behalf and sent Conveyances tho day of tbo Poll. THOMAS ERBKLNE ALEXANDER. JOSEPH BRADBURY. RO
21 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATHES you want a DRUMMOND LATHE? Call here and see one or write for particulars. ftrr I.ate't design. Sin.,6in, or

LATHES you want a DRUMMOND LATHE? Call here and see one or write for particulars. ftrr I.ate't design. Sin.,6in, or

7in. centres. SupplieJ with treadle or counter shaft. With nr without suds tray pump. FOR IMMEDIATE AND EARLY DELIVERY. Lathes Shaping Machines ; Blotters. “New Century” Drilling Machines & Grinders. Ask or Write tor particulars. CRAIG 81 PATON, LTD., 29 Wellington Place, BELFAS
21 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
45-47, NORTH STREET. TO BE LET OR SOLD, MAGNIFICENT SHOP AND WAREHOUSE, OCCUPYING PROMINENT CORNER POSITION, COMPRISING MODERN, WELL-PLANNED, AND

45-47, NORTH STREET. TO BE LET OR SOLD, MAGNIFICENT SHOP AND WAREHOUSE, OCCUPYING PROMINENT CORNER POSITION, COMPRISING MODERN, WELL-PLANNED, AND

EXTENSIVE SHOP, WITH 3 SPACIOUS UPPER FLOORS. THE ENTIRE PREMISES, wbiob have frontage of 38* 8% *itU-a depth 150* 8* are capable of moat development. Farther particulars from J. ALFRED M'AULEY, 14, Arthur Street.
21 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland