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Bails were idle, and without basinet. rit» Boards had dealing in Harboor stock fonner price, 89; and many of the

Bails were idle, and without basinet. rit» Boards had dealing in Harboor stock fonner price, 89; and many of the

Orp.:,i ,-> a issues were both offered and wanted i ,- 110 business transpired. Spinning and Textile—J. ft P. Coa?- shares were firmer, with a good ing, the price being llg, and 1! U>2 Brookfield Linen preference were unaltered. The miaceDaneoua industrials had onlv v ri quiet m
23 December 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
' Divido* : Parobte.

' Divido* : Parobte.

: Parobte. Jaa. Oel JwLJoIf tx°*- Do. J»o.Jaly. hapi. oa ®|M»r. s , Do. 7 o®. Jo'P«b.An«. 0 January. 7 Jao. July 8 Jan. Joly 8 Feb Aug. 8l 3 JoMDea Da IMay.Vor. June Dee. 11 C| Mag Not Jaa Jnlg Mar. Sep. s>eb, Aug. 10 Feb. An*. Feb. Aug. Jan. Joljr, Mar. Sop. j 1 Mar 8 ApL Oct lO
24 September 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1910.

THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1910.

CITY HOUSES, OFFICES, QUEEN STREET. TO BE LET OR SOLD. Those extensive premises lately OCCUPIED BY THE CORPORATION u Gw Office., Show Room., and Caretaker’. Apartment., with Wcckahop, aaitable lor Storage or Warehouse, rare. Will Let one holding, or divided mrit tenants. Particu
24 September 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OFFICIAL SCRATCHINCS.

OFFICIAL SCRATCHINCS.

The follow ing scratching* were from the offices ot Mos*i». ycelcrday : Newbury Cup—Brouzioo, alter p.m. Thursday. Newbury and Bsaga. Newmarket
24 September 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The American Championship.

The American Championship.

The American Championship is always of more than passing interest to Briticb golfers, because of the preence of Mr. Walter Travis. Since winning the British Championship Sandwich, 904, it is curious that Mr. Travis has taken I quite hack seat in American National competitions. h
24 September 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LOUGH NEAGH SAILING CLUB.

LOUGH NEAGH SAILING CLUB.

On the afternoon of the 22nd inst., the yachts belonging members of this club turned out to compete for handsome silver cup presented Mrs. W. H. Crokcr. Poxtadown. Shortly after four o'clock the following yachts faced the starting gun—Geisha (Thoe. Com Coalislond); Gazelle (Jame
24 September 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SOUTH AFRICAN SITUATION

SOUTH AFRICAN SITUATION

General Botha to Remain Premier THE SHIPYARD LOCK-OUT.
24 September 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUTBREAK IN LURGAH.

OUTBREAK IN LURGAH.

Premises Destroyed. Between two and three o’clock yesterday morning a destructive fire broke out in the workshop belonging to Mr, F. C. Watson, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, at the rere of Mr. John Malcorason’s premises in Market Street. Lurgan. There was considerable quantity o
24 September 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SUNDAY DELIVERY OF LETTERS

THE SUNDAY DELIVERY OF LETTERS

Replying representations from Imperial Sunday Alliance, urging upon him adoption in England of the Belgian Dominical postage stamp, which provides for optional delivery letter* on Sunday, the Postmaster-General, while declining interview, expresses himself in fullest sympathy wi
24 September 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRANSPORT INDUSTRY CONFERENCE

TRANSPORT INDUSTRY CONFERENCE

The conference of unions representing 181.000 transport workers concluded in London yesterday, when it was announced that resolutions had been unanimously adopted affirming the necessity of taking immediate steps to establish the federation all unions in the transport industry f
24 September 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland