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P,d MURRAYS Mellow Mixture The grand old brand that disseminates pleasure and content in • degree en. known in anyotherheaad.

P,d MURRAYS Mellow Mixture The grand old brand that disseminates pleasure and content in • degree en. known in anyotherheaad.

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27 May 1920 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
P. ♦ 7" Jewellery & P. Silverware. The best stock on Belfast it at LOWEST PRICLS. RINGS. GIBSON' S iat

P. ♦ 7" Jewellery & P. Silverware. The best stock on Belfast it at LOWEST PRICLS. RINGS. GIBSON' S iat

IX= 4 5 .4. Clew 1p Gibson Co., Ltd. DIAMOND MERCHANTS. By Appointment to H.M. The !Ctn.:. Donegall Place, Belfast.
27 May 1920 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Flake" 111 W. 3.111

Flake" 111 W. !MAD MULTI-MILLIONAIRE MADE E 400,000 WHILE IN SANATORIUM. TELLS COURT OF ENTERPRISES.
27 May 1920 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FURNISHINGS AND OUTSIDE EFFECTS

FURNISHINGS AND OUTSIDE EFFECTS

SALE OP CONTINUED TO-DAY AT O'CLOCK. JAMES M'QUOID & SON, «, AITHVB STREET. HANDSOME SUBURBAN RESIDENCE Known as DUNKELL,” CASTLE AVENUE, DONEGALL PARK. WILL BE FEKED FOR SALE TO MORROW (FRIDAY). CENTRAL HALL. ROSEMARY STREET, AT TWELVE NOON. JAMES QUOID & SON,
27 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DERBY TRIALS

DERBY TRIALS

corrcapon'lcnt says tl>e following Derby trills took place yes'errtsy ir,<*m!no -- Larablon's and a*ocral W. Lamb*on l*res«tit) Archsio (Hetlboose*, I: Keysoe . 2; Great p‘c»l, 5; revaase. ami dale. Mile tied bmf. Mon easily; bad third. H. Sadler’s Perloo (11. Jones). Kcr'v.v ■o
27 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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27 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
, THE HBTHODIST CHORCH.

, THE HBTHODIST CHORCH.

M)CAL PREACHERS' AND YOUNG PEOPLE'S COMMITTEES. The Conference Committee local nre&cbert Donegal! Square Church Thuraaar—Rev. E- B. Cullen in tha chair. The convenor {Rev. G. H. M'llwrath) Introduced the huainesa. Mr. Tl. L. Daytdaon (Cork) was appointed represent the committee
27 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THBBE ABORTIVE TOTES BT

THBBE ABORTIVE TOTES BT

SYNOD. The Synod the Dwce«e Armagh met in the AlexandGr Memorial Hall, Armagh, yesterday, for the purpose electing biihop. three namea- R«v. j*. J. Halahan. M.C., M.A., Dmrocree, Portadown; Rct. C. K. Irwin, 8.D., IVriynoose. Keady. and Rev. Canon F. Tichbomc. M.A., Armagh—were
27 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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27 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THUNDBBBTOBH AND FLOODS

THUNDBBBTOBH AND FLOODS

Boats ia Hssvoll Streets. Heavy rain and thunderstonns were experienced m various parte of London last night. The underground railway a number of point* was flooded, and the trains were unable to proceed. Street traffic was alro much impeded and trams held up, particularly in th
27 May 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland