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OBJECTION TO AWARD TO THE PRINCE OF WALES.

OBJECTION TO AWARD TO THE PRINCE OF WALES.

objection was successfully lodged Devon County Show yesterday against the Prince of Wales’s first prize bull being awarded the Mercury Cup for the best. Devon bull, on the ground that his Royal Highness was not member of the Devon Farmer's’ Union. The cup was awarded to Messrs.
15 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Where Pnysteal Force Fails*

Where Pnysteal Force Fails*

The “Daily would think read eome these stories about what the Government is preparing to Ireland that Mr. Churchill had suddenly taken over the charge the distracted country. Blockhouses manned soldiers with machine guns, '* full war methods,’’ “military reconquest”—it is all ju
15 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
VALOR-PERFECTION Oil Cooker and Oven f The Valor-Perfecboß 03 Cooking Store, deeigned end built for general aer- ll rice, can

VALOR-PERFECTION Oil Cooker and Oven f The Valor-Perfecboß 03 Cooking Store, deeigned end built for general aer- ll rice, can

be uMd for baking. Ml (Hi boaing. routing, ironing, and ||| fli'' ,l fly'J [ill 111 BIiBQ the hundred and one ntea HI 1 III 1 till ' jO' 1 ' which made the old-faahioned (|C!J uilliLl lil ff' j|f nß| range necenity. It Ughtou kitchen dutiea coniiderabljr. MHEiHl'i 1 ,, l 11 -'HI
15 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FLOATING GRAIN CARGOES.

FLOATING GRAIN CARGOES.

Eiltic-, that the Exchanco will from un?U the following TwMlav, WHEAT The market has idl© to day allocation? worj made, and prices arc maintained the official love). MAIZE steadily lield hut qujpt. Cargoes <*f La Plata afloat quoted 80?. about, read* load . 84,-. au*l ?ailcr arr
17 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Orowtn of the Concern.

Orowtn of the Concern.

The ordinary share capital stood originally «t £120,000. and in addition to the existing preference shares there were £70.000 debentures. All the latter have been paid off. and there arc now debentures. The ordinary share capital now stands at £500,000. The increase in the ordin
17 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
10 0 70 12 0

10 0 70 12 0

Parsley, do. . L eks. do .Scallions, 8 0 4 0 8 0 Turmp-i, per cwt 2 0 '•* Carrots, 12 18 0 Par-nip*, do 12 0 0 Cauliflowers, per doz. 5 6 60 davoys. per 120 14 —2B 0 P hrej. do 16 0 0 Curleys, ao - 7 0 ? ? Turnips, swede, per cwt 6 Mangel Wnrzcl do 0-5- Potatoes—Cp to dates. per
17 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROY4L ULSTER SHOW.

ROY4L ULSTER SHOW.

Well Filled Claeeee la all Sections. All interested the Royal Ulster Society, whose continuous operations throughout the past half-century and more have so materially contributed to the well-being of the agricultural and allied industries the province, will learn with satisfacti
17 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
This Form most sent with Cheque* for the amount payable application to the Bankers the Company. London County West minster

This Form most sent with Cheque* for the amount payable application to the Bankers the Company. London County West minster

and Parr's Bank, Limited, 21. Lombard Street, London. E-C.3, its Brandies; or the National Provincial and Tin ion Bank of England, Limited. IG. London. E.C.2, or its Branches; or the Commercial Bank of Scotland. Limited. Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Branches in Scotland. Cheques shou
17 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHOT DEAD IN BROAD DAYLIGHT

SHOT DEAD IN BROAD DAYLIGHT

The Limerick outrage also occurred on Saturday night, Mr. James Dalton, the victim, time a prominent member the Sian Fein organisation, being shot dead about 200 yards from bis residence in Clsre Street. For some years Mr. Dalton had been employed clerk at the Limerick Gas Works
17 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOOTWEAR FOR ALL OCCASIONS

FOOTWEAR FOR ALL OCCASIONS

17 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland