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SALE THIS DAY, P. M'GINNESS, Deceased. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE BY AUCTION OF THE SECOND PORTION OF THE STOCK OF BOOTS

SALE THIS DAY, P. M'GINNESS, Deceased. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE BY AUCTION OF THE SECOND PORTION OF THE STOCK OF BOOTS

and SHOES AT 121. ROYAL AVENUE, THIS DAY, and following days, Eleven o’clock, a.m., and • Seven o’clock, p.m. JAMES DENNY, 4431 Auctioneer, 55, Castle Street.
16 February 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“SYMPTOMS OF EYESTRAIN.” Symptonw of •« ofton Indirect and are wrongly attributed causes. Headache, Pain tbo Back of tho Eyes,

“SYMPTOMS OF EYESTRAIN.” Symptonw of •« ofton Indirect and are wrongly attributed causes. Headache, Pain tbo Back of tho Eyes,

fimariiotr. borenesa and Meat the Eyes are frennently caused through Detects of Sight If either of these symptoms caused through any ocular detect nothing but wearing any ocuiar u'.vu.u* - eciaatifieally-fitted glasses will con will Test your Sight on the Latest Scientific Lines
16 February 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THIS EVENING.

THIS EVENING.

“EAT’ (P. D. KENNY, Eaq.) WILL LECTURE IN THE ASSEMBLY HALL. On THURSDAY EVENING, 17th inst., 8. Subject—“ PRESENT DAY ASPECTS OF IRISH LIFE AND CHARACTER. ADMISSION FREE. Collection. N.B.—All interested in Irish affairs ebould not mis« this opportunity of hearing this wonderful
17 February 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REW ELEMENT OF NO COMMERCIALTALUR.

REW ELEMENT OF NO COMMERCIALTALUR.

Sir William Ramsay, the eminent sciential, fcnssed at length with Central News represenlative yesterday the value and properties of the new element, Polonium, discovered by Mme. Curie, the originator of Radium. Sir William was firmly of the opinion that Poloinam had commercial v
17 February 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
—Old— Bushmills.

—Old— Bushmills.

THE SPIRIT OF THE ACE. SALE THIS DAY ELEVEN o'clock, THE MART, 21, ROSEMARY ST.
15 February 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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CYCLES AMD MOTORS. LOST AND FOUND.

CYCLES AMD MOTORS. LOST AND FOUND.

T OST. Stolen, from Mr. Robinoon, JLi Wfaitflabbe.T, th© wnll-teoßTi Rotnevcr Show Dos Pa&fiador, vmwtn to * Sweep. w —Reward will paid to Ririmr information which wall to deteetkm detaining oaaae. to*3
15 February 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
£lO.OOO

£lO.OOO

TO BE LENT IN ONE SUM SEVERAL, Moderate Rates Interest. Security on Ground Rents Belfast preferred.—Apply to OMAR C. KELSON, 57, Arthur Street. WANTED. Loan of £2OO, 6 per cent., good socuritr.—Particulars on application Loan. 4567. this Office. £5OO Loan wanted mortgage; intere
15 February 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BT OCB PBXVATK WIRE.

BT OCB PBXVATK WIRE.

WIRE. Niwu-Lstrsa Omc*. Boost, av* 169. Purs* Sisesr, K.C. Monday night. The Constitutional crisis is even roar® grave than represented it to bo yesterday, and to-day the leading Radical papers have to admit :hai there is little likelihood Ministers bolding office for many weeks.
15 February 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SCOTCH FIBHEHHEH DROWNED.

SCOTCH FIBHEHHEH DROWNED.

It ie now practically certain that three live* have been lost through the disaster to a fishing boat the 9th inst.' near Kilchoan, Ardnamurchan, though details the affair are etill lack*. ing. The men were Archibald Stewart (69), John Campbell (55), son-in-law Stewart, and Dunca
15 February 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH STOCKS AND SHARES

IRISH STOCKS AND SHARES

BELFAST STOCK EXCHANGE. Monday Evening, 14th February. The week opened fairly well, with moderate business, which, however, was not much spread over the list, banks taking the chief lead dealings. Northern Bank A at 29| and Ulster* 13 were unchanged, and in other* business repor
15 February 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland