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HOUSES YVANTED.

HOUSES YVANTED.

WASTED to rent, Belfast or other town, «naJI Hopse. la mi shed part laraishsd. ganjec, oesr church.—State partipulara, E4CS. WANTED, furnished Uoum for one rear Ist Octoiler, containing abc-ut 2 reception-rooms. 4 U:. roons, a'llwrbs Bellast; moil careful tenant; tn cfiililjcL.
11 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Parisian Millinery From Marie Guy Jeanne Laurin Lucie Hamar The most elegant conceptions of Parisian Modellists, whose names are household

Parisian Millinery From Marie Guy Jeanne Laurin Lucie Hamar The most elegant conceptions of Parisian Modellists, whose names are household

words on both sides of the Atlantic, now make their debut in the Ulster capital. There are styles galore for every type of feminine beauty, and the colourings embrace all those pretty shades that are so much favoured this season by ladies of critical taste. A number of models ar
11 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
KEV. JAMES CREGAN IS TO DELIVER UIS FAMOUS LECTURE THE GREAT EMANCIPATOR. ABRA A LINCO N. * In his Former

KEV. JAMES CREGAN IS TO DELIVER UIS FAMOUS LECTURE THE GREAT EMANCIPATOR. ABRA A LINCO N. * In his Former

CHURCH ALBERTBRIDGE), MONDAY EVENING, J7th M«y. Chairman—The HIGH SHERIFF (Councillor W. G. TURNER). Admission, by Ticket only (!/•), should obtained immediately from any the Church Offioiak.
11 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
£lO TO £lO,OOO Advakckd daily to all classes op boe- SOWERS all over Ireland, without Security, the Lowest Sate of

£lO TO £lO,OOO Advakckd daily to all classes op boe- SOWERS all over Ireland, without Security, the Lowest Sate of

Intercat tad Stpaymenu Strictest Privacy Guaranteed. Call or writ# THE MANAGES. THE CAPITAL LOAN LTD, 17, BRIDGE STREET, BELFAST. 'Phone, Belfast. Brandt—Venice Chambers. 61. Lord Street. Liverpool
11 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Soldiers and Sailors.

Soldiers and Sailors.

Grants were made of £l5O Curragh l‘rc?htterian Home for repairs*; for Memorial Ch>f«ii at Aldershot, and £25 toward to prim di« roll of honour of tbo soldiers and sailor.- Utilisation of Licentiates. On tho motion of General Secretiny. :i , i» > of grants were mode to ministers
13 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CUNARD LINE AND OCRMANY.

CUNARD LINE AND OCRMANY.

Berlin, Wednesday. The Lokaianzciger reports that the Cunard line has established regular passenger service between New York and Cuxhaven.
13 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRISONER’S DARING ESCAPE.

PRISONER’S DARING ESCAPE.

It was ,-tatcd at Police Couit yesterday. when Alfred Hillier was iemanded a charge housebreaking, that a second man was arrested and handcuffed to HilUcr. He. how"ever,, slipped-out of his overcoat, and handcuffs, and craped over hedge'and ditch into the open country. The distr
13 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POULTRY NOTES. INTENSIVE POULTRY CULTURE.

POULTRY NOTES. INTENSIVE POULTRY CULTURE.

An int©n«TC house is means difficult nuke if you are handy. To accommodate twelve laying pullets house measuring Bft,. long by 6ft deep is the correct sire. This allows four square feet floor space for each pullet. The house should six feet high in front, sloping five feet high
13 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST NEWS-LIETTER, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1920.

BELFAST NEWS-LIETTER, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1920.

CRICKET. SUSSEX t. WARWICK Placid Play Brighton. Yesterday's cricket at Brighton, in the opening match of the season there, proceeded for meet part ou rather placid lines. Warwickshire had the belt of an uneventful afternoon’s play, peering 168 for six wickets after disposing of
13 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
North Belfast Chess Club.

North Belfast Chess Club.

The week-to week simultaneous displays given In the rooms c.f the above club were continued Monday evening last. Mr. Montgommery opened the play, and was oppos'd on thirteen hoartfs. He succeeded five, drew one, and lost on seven. British Chess Federation. The Executive Committe
13 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland