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SYMPTOMS OF EYESTRAIN. * Symptom* of Eyestrain are often indirect and wroMly attribated to other caose& ee. Pain at the

SYMPTOMS OF EYESTRAIN. * Symptom* of Eyestrain are often indirect and wroMly attribated to other caose& ee. Pain at the

Back of the Byes. ~ M and Heat of the Eyes are thnraith Defects of Sight, of these symptoms is caused through nothing hot the wearing of glasses will core ft. I trill Teat your Sight on the Latest Scientific Lines, and tell you if Sight has anything to do with your Symptoms. J.
7 February 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BANKS. SHAKING CROSS BANK. V . Kbt. 1870 Belfast Branch-78, MUYAL AVENUE. Head unices—23, Bedford Street, Strand, Loti u. W.O,

BANKS. SHAKING CROSS BANK. V . Kbt. 1870 Belfast Branch-78, MUYAL AVENUE. Head unices—23, Bedford Street, Strand, Loti u. W.O,

iy. Within, i.ouuoii. E.C. Braucucsy-Dabhu. Manchester. Liverpool, Leeds. Ac. ~ . Assets, £1,607,949. Liabilities. £1.256.871, Surplus. £3712178. LOANS to £2,000 granted a few hours’ notice iu Town Country personal security, jewellery, precious stones, stocks, shares, and fumito
2 February 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HEW GERMAN CAYILRY ARM.

HEW GERMAN CAYILRY ARM.

It is probable that the German cavalry sabre shortly replaced a new short side-arm, useable a bayonet with the new cavalry carbine.
2 February 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TERRITORIAL BADGES.

TERRITORIAL BADGES.

Reports were due the War Office the Slat ult. from the various county associations for the Territorial Force on the proposed issue of a badge be worn with civilian dress by all members of the force. The proposal (says the Daily Mail has not been received with great favour by cou
2 February 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
8, KANSAS AVENUE. Right Hon. Thos. Ground j. TF.RR.ACB HOUSE, contain, Rvreption, six l' ix l Rooma, Batb Ih and

8, KANSAS AVENUE. Right Hon. Thos. Ground j. TF.RR.ACB HOUSE, contain, Rvreption, six l' ix l Rooma, Batb Ih and

c.); will put in porfecl order. THtfMAN 8. MARTIN, Ssg» 12. Square Eaat. MANUFACTURING SITES FOR LETTING PURPOSES. IN THICKLY POPULATED DISTRICTS. AAA SUPERFICIAL FEET TO BE 20.000 HAD FROM £25 PER ANNUM, Also, LARGER SITES at proportionate prices, all within 20 minute, of City
25 February 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CITY FURNISHED HOUSES.

CITY FURNISHED HOUSES.

I7IDRNISHED, DETACHED VILLA AND GROUNDS, beautifully situated, WINDSOR DISTRICT, containing three Reception, eight Bed Rooms, Dressing-room, Bathroom, Linen-room, &c.; suit Offiper. WHITESIDE, 102, Royal Avenue. DOUBLE House, Antrim furnished; 9 rooms; sanitation ocrfcct; good h
25 February 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTRY AND SEASIDE HOUSES.

COUNTRY AND SEASIDE HOUSES.

Detached residence, greenisland ; Reception, 4 Bed Rooms, Bathroom, &c. Ac.; Stable*, Outhouse*. Garden, Ac. Free First Class Railway Ticket to Belfast. Apply M‘KELVEY & M’COMBK, 4942 85, Royal Avenue. BANGOR.-Ooom Vflla. Clifton Road; 2 «H. tina. 5 bed room*, bath, Ac.—The Dixo
25 February 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
14a, High Street.

14a, High Street.

HOUSE AND LAND AGENCY. Wanted, smart youno man ae OOULECTOR-CLEBK; preferred ; must well recommended. Apply H. L. A., 5519, this Office. WANTED, by Dublin Film for Agriculture Implement and Machinery Department, ■Salreman and Correspondent; must be, coinpe tent to take charge; g
25 February 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOOTON PARK.

HOOTON PARK.

ORDER RUNNING—THIB DAT. Dee. 130; Mersey. 2; Rossmore. 2-50; Liverpool, 5; Maiden. 5-50; Stewards'. 4. ARRIVALS. Abelard. Bloodstone. David Grieve. Disturbance. Girdle. Hawthorn. Jock. King's Ferry. The Lieutenant. Milton Ernest. Oanon. Pernambuco. Petit Tor. Pitsea. Rover 11..
25 February 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SCOTLAND v. IRELAND

SCOTLAND v. IRELAND

Readers are reminded that this last day lor securing promenade ticket* at the red weed price, after which reduction can bad. The Scotch team, together with their officials, will arrive this morning. Should they wish have a practice, N.I.F.C. have kindly placed the enclosure at’
25 February 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland