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NOW ON SALE At the Publishers,

NOW ON SALE At the Publishers,

BELFAST NEWS-LETTEB, Ltd. DONEGALL ST.. BELFAST.
24 March 1922 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BRITISH RESPONSIBILITY,

BRITISH RESPONSIBILITY,

Question tc be Asked In Northern Senate In the Senate ol Northern Ireland on Wednesday nest, Mr.'Greer will ask the leader of the House whether, jnaeranch it has been stated fiv the Secretary of State for the Colonics that the raids in Northern Ireland on Sunday asl were committ
24 March 1922 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELGIAN OFFICER MURDERED,

BELGIAN OFFICER MURDERED,

Aix-la-Chapelle, Thursday. Belgian lieutenant was shot dead to-day when travelling on tramcar near Hambom by four vouths whose identity unknown. It is believed that the art is reprisal for the shooting of a German police officer Hamborn yesterday by a Belgian military policeman
24 March 1922 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
done whilst I have been out." have nearly finished the Hall now, ma’am— this Mansion Polish is really splendid, and

done whilst I have been out." have nearly finished the Hall now, ma’am— this Mansion Polish is really splendid, and

it makes the work so easy. ’ Mahogany, Old Oak and Furniture generally, polished with “You have been very quick to have got the Dining Room
24 March 1922 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MEN’S BOOTS Fine BsxCalf Welted Boots. 21/-, 25/-, 27/6 & 30/- Lealher Prices have fallen sub- stantialhj. and Beverlanct’s Prices

MEN’S BOOTS Fine BsxCalf Welted Boots. 21/-, 25/-, 27/6 & 30/- Lealher Prices have fallen sub- stantialhj. and Beverlanct’s Prices

have been greatly RE DU C E D. P BEVERLAND, “THE” BOOTMAKER North St„ Bridge St., high St., Bridge End.
24 March 1922 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST CITY Y.M.C.A.

BELFAST CITY Y.M.C.A.

l Martin Mr w. Lewie. Mr. C. W 'ihompwn. Mr. THE TENNIS CLUB. The foorleento annual the »j^e cinK was held 10 the lounge. Mr. J. llerhcrt imana presid’d o"cr large attemlance. The bon. eocreury Air I> 'lonigomcry. read the report. w hi«h was alldnled. as was also that the treasu
24 March 1922 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED.

PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED.

• The Harp of Hiraelh," by E. Uoeard Harrif, authw “An Exile's Lute’' (2s nctj-Selwyo * • Bebes," eeletcioa nurecry rime? done Into Vrench for Soola and Frcnrb henw?. hy Madame (*d licit vHcrbrrl Kussell. 3J5 and 56. Cham•‘ Jungle." Mbliam Beebe (12s n“. "The Wanderings °f« Warr
24 March 1922 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS

HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS

WEDNESDAY, April 12th, Commencing ELEVEN o’clock, /COMPRISING—PIANO, 7-PIECE DRAWING\J ROOM SUITE. Urge Oval Table, with carved edge; 2 Small Mahogany Tables, Small Walnut Table, Inlaid Sheraton Table (Octagonal), Large Carved Walnut Cabinet, with beveSed mirrir; French Ormulo,
05 April 1922 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR COHTIHUATION OF iUCTION FOR CASH

FOR COHTIHUATION OF iUCTION FOR CASH

350 Yards—Beautiful All-Wool, Fast Dxo, Fir neb Gaberdines. latost fabric for f-pring wear; wide. Nigger only. sold at 14/11. Half-price, Yards—Navy Costume Serge; inches wide; guaranteed Pure Wool; Fast Dye. This offer cannot bo repeated. Recenllv sold 10/6. For 4/9 Skirt Lengt
05 April 1922 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MONEY AND STOCKS. Renewed Demand for Credit. Bank Rate per cent. (Used l&tb Feby.. 1922). London, Tuesday Evening. Money was

MONEY AND STOCKS. Renewed Demand for Credit. Bank Rate per cent. (Used l&tb Feby.. 1922). London, Tuesday Evening. Money was

a good doa) wanted again, mainly for 100 purpose of repaying the largo sum Bank of England. This operation was duly completed; but per coat, was paid for loans over tho night, and tfij charro ranged from that figure down to 2J per cent., which was accepted in the afternoon tor o
05 April 1922 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland