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The surest way to obtain good CROPS in yotxr Garden is to sow BEATTIE’S SEEDS. Absolutely Genuine, and of Strongest

The surest way to obtain good CROPS in yotxr Garden is to sow BEATTIE’S SEEDS. Absolutely Genuine, and of Strongest

Growth. Write for Catalogue. 100. HIGH STREET. 164
8 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS H D. FITZPATRICK,

PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS H D. FITZPATRICK,

CHARTERED PATENT AGENT, GLASGOW. BELFAST, LONDON. PROVISIONAL PROTECTION. £3 3e. Trade Marks and Designs Registered. Lowest Charges. All information and advice given IRISH OFFICE, 60, Scottiah Provident. Buildings, Belfast. 390 Gentleman with capital and experience qualified to
12 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOTTINGHAM.

NOTTINGHAM.

The * steeplechase of 80 soys; winners after the weights are published (March 31 any steeplechase /lb. of two dr of* one value 70 soys icab. or of steeplechase mine 100 bo vs extra; second to receive 5 soys. Three miles. Mr. N. CELERITY, b g by Speed, dam by Geologist—Vltherles
12 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REAY April 11. Hill the Rev. Canon G. Harford, Charles Parry, of London, to Marv Rcay. o , ccbdalc Road.

REAY April 11. Hill the Rev. Canon G. Harford, Charles Parry, of London, to Marv Rcay. o , ccbdalc Road.

Mossley HiU. DEATHS. . _. P. Atofs, -on A Sons, Lurgan. <Bt cable.) I April 12. 1910, at her xcsklcncc. Cottage. Belmont. Susannah, widow ok? late Brice Barter. Her remains will be •ved from the above address to-morrow afternoon, three o'clock, for interm Hoivwood Ccmctcrv. John
13 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CAN ADI AN PACIFIC

CAN ADI AN PACIFIC

BELFAST TO CANADA. Direct FortowbUy Service of Large New Twin-Screw Steamers. From LIVERPOOL. * Empires •* Royal Mall Steamers, Past Service to Canada. From Selvas? I Prom Liwxtveou Lake Champlain April29l Brilalo. April Lake Manitoba ......May 15 Montroso 8S Lake Champlain May
13 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SITUATIONS WANTED.

SITUATIONS WANTED.

A. A.A.—COACHMAN. Gardener, and General Man disengaged shortly; 2 years present place; abstainer. Mrs. Maxwell. 107, Donegal! Street.. 1582 A.A.— CQOS disengaged; excellent soups, entree*, savouries, cakes. Ac.; no objection to country.—Mrs. Rokton, 55, Arthur Street 1576 A. A.—
13 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOOTBALL. A.aooi.Tioa

FOOTBALL. A.aooi.Tioa

BELFAST CHARITIES COMPETITION. Distillery t. Clcntoran. The opening fixture the above competition takes place Urosvenor Park this evening 5-d5. The hour suitable to all followers of the game, and the object worthy of the best efforts of all footballers. is hoped that a large num
13 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BUHHONB COURT.

BUHHONB COURT.

The magistrates in this court were Messrs. Garrett Nagle, R.M., and - Alexander Dixon; but none of the cases disposed of presented any features public interest.
13 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEWS-LETTER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1910. ELECTION INTELLIGENCE

THE NEWS-LETTER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1910. ELECTION INTELLIGENCE

THE NORTH DOWN VACANCY. Forthcoming Delegatee* Meeting. understand that a meeting of the North Down Unionist Association will held on Wednesday next, the inst., for the purpose considering the representation the division, rendered vacant through the lamented death Mr. T. L. Oorb
13 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HEAVY SENTENCE FOR THEFT.

HEAVY SENTENCE FOR THEFT.

Mr. MULDOON asked the Home Secretary if he had seen a report of charge against little boy before the Haywards Heath magistrates on the previous day of stealing a piece of coal value fivepence, for which offence was sentenced six strokes of the birch rod ami detention in a reform
13 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland