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LONDON BETTING.

LONDON BETTING.

Monday Night. At the cloae to-day’# wagering the Derby Tetratema advanced from 4*e to 100 30, winding up good favourite. Allenby became easy at 6’e. Archaic advanced from 100 to 7 the early houra to 10‘e night. Of 011- pln’s pair, Spkm travelled better than carchedon >OO to 8. t
18 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
football, INTERMEDIATE LEAGUE COMPETITION.

football, INTERMEDIATE LEAGUE COMPETITION.

The meeting of 2nd and Ftrandtown ni the Jntemicdiato league Champion ship last evening attracted exceedingly large attendance, and the game excited much enthusiasm. Result 2nd. 0.
18 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FATALITY

FATALITY

Tho City Coroner (Dr. James • inquest in tho City Hall yesterd..;. live to tbo death echoolb.-y Anderson, aged i years, who r>- alpin Street. The evidence sin ', had been down by inft. in Great Victoria Street, juries to which fu** denial death was retuineil. - Mr. John Graham)
18 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FREIGHTS.

FREIGHTS.

gram U.K.. per bushol 70 80 do. do. Contlucnt do. - 75 05 Cotton High Dcusiiy (per 100 lbs.) 160 160 ,i Standard .. 175 Kansas City—WHEAT and Ic. lower. 2 hard winter. 303ic. 310 c ,ou^ b —WHEAT steady; No. 2 red winter. Minneapolis—WHEAT anil nnaltorol. .No. 1 Nortbern spnnjr.
18 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPEECHES AT THE GUILDHALL.

SPEECHES AT THE GUILDHALL.

Admidst ones enthusiasm Lord and Lord French were yesterday presented at tlie (iuildball with the freedom the City of London. The cercmonv was witnessed distinguished company• inofudine the Luke of Connaught. Boplving. Lord Jellicoe said when took over command of the Grand Fleet
18 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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ARNOTT’S Tip-top Blouses

ARNOTT’S Tip-top Blouses

Summer Wear Beauty of Design. Perfection of Cut. Excellence of Material This week we arc offering very special value in WHITE VOILE BLOUSES, of which the following four lots arc typical examples:— ' rv.-i -.i 1 4- r \ M ,|m
18 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
»on nan

»on nan

THE INSULAR TRADING COMPANY. LTD., 60. ATHOL ST.. DOUGLAS. ISLE MAN. Having acquired an enormous STOCK OF MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS, are to dispose of the same in lota suitable to all Buyers lowest poseiblo prices. The Stock includes:—lA miles ?ft, gauge Railway Track, 751ba. Metal
08 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
6. ROYAL AVENUE.

6. ROYAL AVENUE.

Phont 601 RICHARD & COMPANY. LIMITED 57-59, HIGH STREET (ENTRANCE HAMILTON COURT). WEDNESDAY FIRST, MAY 12th, AT H-30, IMPORTANT SALE BY AUCTION N FLAVEL KANGES, 4ft. Gin. AND Mt.: CLOSE FIRE RANGES, WITH DOUBLE 0\ ENS, 6 Open Fire Kitchen Ranges, Eagle Ranges, Pelican Ranges, 6
08 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RIPON. Fretwork Scores In the Hackfall Handicap. Xldob, Friday Evening. The meeting opened la favourable weather, but the attendance warn

RIPON. Fretwork Scores In the Hackfall Handicap. Xldob, Friday Evening. The meeting opened la favourable weather, but the attendance warn

not particularly large. the Plate Tiro Improved greatly Ayr running and won. the Trial Plate Bonnie Non upset calculations. There wan big field for the filudley Royal Handicap, which Nungate Maid secured easily. Another outsider Fretwork won the Harkfail Three-year-old Handicap,
08 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOXING.

BOXING.

WORLD S MIDDLE-WEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP. Boston. Thursday. Johnny Wilson won the world’s middle-weight chanipkmsbip to-night, when the referee, Mr. Hector Mac- Innee, awarded bim the decision over Mike O’Dowd after a twelve round contest here. O’Dowd was the aggressor throughout, but
08 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland