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01 March 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INTERESTING PROCEEDINGS.

INTERESTING PROCEEDINGS.

• interesting compliment bv the farmer* busings men of the town and district was paid Mr. Andrew Shield?, of Mcs*r?. Moore Shield?, produce merchants, in Coleraine Town Hull Friday evening. Recently Mr. Shields severed his connection with the linn of Moiwrs, Hugh T. Barrie,-Ltd.
01 March 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BIHII FEIN HALL WRECKED.

BIHII FEIN HALL WRECKED.

A number of persons in Thurlea ou Friday night attacked the local Sinn Fein Hall, and also damaged number of shops in tho town. The attackers besmirched the monument and painted in white lead some skulls and cross-bones tho "walls near the club premises in Liberty Square. The pe
01 March 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“A Monstrous Imposture”

“A Monstrous Imposture”

Monstrous Imposture” The Irish News” says—Apart from Partition” altogether, the “scheme” is monstrous imposture; it is not Home Rule Bill; it is plan for permanently withholding all the main essentials of national self-government from the people of tho country. The world has move
01 March 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EAST DOWN HARRIERS.

EAST DOWN HARRIERS.

T ii«t*«r c*p»l>!« tn»?’»r?hjri F 1> I*l. • p»ric #*' , «p«;ab»llv tv'f th* »«••!>*a at l>hr«ar;. aod i' hf»p*i| i, t.iav »h<* •**»>>»• »'> wliul tb» •o.siin buntlug, and a fl*.Mos intr<ylii-''inn ih« poin‘- Bright Thuredaj. lai April. Moo<la>, 2u<l Fabtuarv.- Hn» neath«*r and a
01 March 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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TOM MIX

TOM MIX

in The Wilderness Trail. PRICES OF ADMISSION—StaIIs I/-. Balcony 2/- (tax include'.!. Continuous Performance: Ito 10.30 p.m. burnt tba water's and i» is coosidfred total loss. has tons 01 <-arco aix^pj. Tb» British stcanittr hss arrived machloery defective. The American echoonrr
01 March 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COAL-LADEN.

COAL-LADEN.

The as Graenislaad. from Marypott; Birminaham, from Dirkenhead; »>e Halniel, from (leetwuod; Milewater and m Admiral, from Ulatgo'v. SAILED I BOM THIS PC»RT OX 28'h LLT. The Admiral, for Glenarm; sa Bradavon, fer Brixhato; vs Susetta. for Klleamere Port: s* Birmingham, for Birke
01 March 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROSPECTUS.

PROSPECTUS.

The Special of the Stock Exchange to deal in these Shares being applied for. The LIST OF APPLICATIONS for purchase will be OPENED on the Ist day of March, 1920, and will be CLOSED on or before the day of March, 1920.
01 March 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FATAL FIRE AT VOOLVICH.

FATAL FIRE AT VOOLVICH.

Exalting Early Morning Scenes. Exciting scenes were witnessed at Marmadon Road, Woolwich, yesterday morning, when private house was found to bo or. fire, and Albert Martin, his wife, end five-year-old daughter were cut. off in their bedroom flames. Thev were compelled to jump to
04 March 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland