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OUR TRAFFIC WITH GERMANY.

OUR TRAFFIC WITH GERMANY.

The chief feature of the Board Trade returns for the month of-April, which have been hruH. was the big increase in exports particularly when the tact that llic Easter holidays fell -tt the beginning of the month, ami so reduced the number of working days. Another feature that th
10 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
More Malicious Burnings.

More Malicious Burnings.

(14) County Cavan—Shercock vacated R-I-C. Barrack was "maliciously destroyed tire 2 a.m. on Saturday morning, the Bth May. (15) Three farmers residing in the Garatine, Castleblackeney, County Galway, were fired at 1-30 a.ra. 7th May. No injury was done. . . . (16) Ten stacks of
10 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CULDAFF CLAIMS.

CULDAFF CLAIMS.

Coropensttiou claims have been lodged with the Iniahowcn Kurul District Couucil, behalf of Messrs. M'lntrrc, Hogc. March Co.. Derry, for .4:500, and on behalf of the Inspcctor-GcocraU 8.1. f., for X4O*J, for alleged roalicioua injun* to police barracks. A further claim has been
10 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Bur NOW GOING ON WELL.

Bur NOW GOING ON WELL.

was made Saturday morning to Dcloclivo Sergeant Richard J. Revell, Division, Dublin Metropolitan Police. - .4k left his homo in Connaught Street, -rcugh, 9-30, in order to cycle into the • li- had just reached the corner Con i rot and Phibsborougli Road when thico • ■ tiicm desc
10 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FATHIHTB ILBB&DT MADE IN KIND

FATHIHTB ILBB&DT MADE IN KIND

Berlin, Sunday. An officisl issued here day tbit the reduction of the German army to ‘200,000 men will have been completed .May, and that that date also tboac officers will have been discharged, arc not required for tbo provisional administrative purposes the transitional army.
10 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“I GIVE MY

“I GIVE MY

“And I am a poor man, too—really much poorer than ono of the so-called New poor/ Yet, my wife’s birthday, I gave her £l,OOO. “When sat doirn for breakfast on that memorable morning I produced a document, and handed it to her with the remark, ‘Now listen while I tell you why I am
10 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LOCAL ELECTIONS.

LOCAL ELECTIONS.

Antrim Sural. —The following nominations hate received for the eever*! riertoral areas the Antrim rural district. There are nominations for 21 seats, compared with members present. Mcssra. Samuel Brennan, J.P.: Ja«. Graham, Win. P. Dickie, J.P.; Tho?. K. Moore, J.P.; James V. Th
10 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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10 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
F&18 CEOIL WEEK.

F&18 CEOIL WEEK.

The Closing Competitions. The finals of the Feis Cecil competitions were decided on Saturday the Antient Concert Rooms. Dublin. The competitions decided were thoee for Irish fiddlers and pipers. the close the adjudicator (Mr. Arthur Dorley) said the Feis present sec-mea to be no
10 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FARMERS AND THE BANKS.

FARMERS AND THE BANKS.

Aft a meeting the Ballymena Board Guardians on Saturday, a resol itioc was adopted protesting against the proposal thn backs cha.ge annual fee of one guinea on ail accounts. Thi Coleraine branch the Ulster Farmers* Union also adopted resolution in similar terms.
10 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland