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THE METHODIST CHDBCB. FOREIGN MISSIONARY SUNDAY.

THE METHODIST CHDBCB. FOREIGN MISSIONARY SUNDAY.

Yesterday was generally observed by the Methodist churches of this city as Foreign Missionary Sunday. The society’s deputation consisted of Rev, Denis Kemp, formerly of West Africa; Rev- M. P. Crewdson, South Africa; and Rev. J. G. Helps, China. Bov. Denis Kemp was the preacher
11 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CARPETS REDYED OR CLEANED TO LOOK LIKE NEW BY

CARPETS REDYED OR CLEANED TO LOOK LIKE NEW BY

CARPETS REDYED OR CLEANED LOOK LIKE NEW BY THE SPECIAL M WHITE WELL PROCESS.* * Full particulars post free on application. WHITEWELL DIR WORKS, BELFAST. Town Office-8, ROYAL AVENUE. Branch-26, BHANKILL ROAD. •Phone, 32 Fortwilliam. 195 gT. PATRICK’S HOSPITAL. DUBLIN. The Governor
11 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DESCRIPTION OF THE VESSEL.

DESCRIPTION OF THE VESSEL.

The Colossus, the greatest of the Dreadnoughts, and the first to built on the Clyde, wse launched th© 9th Inst, from the yard the Scott Shipbuilding and of Greenock. Lady Colabrooke performed the naming ceremony, and the great ship war was launched with perfect esee. There was d
11 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE FIGHTING IN VEST IPBICA.

THE FIGHTING IN VEST IPBICA.

The Eider-Bempster liner Sapele, which has arrived Liverpool from West Africa, report, that, owing the war, trade the French Ivory Coast was almost stopped. Two thousand white French troops had been despatched into the interior against the natives, hot the result the fighting wa
11 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BASSINET

BASSINET

. Bedsteftdi u« Co»». Cooking Dteßßilo. and Brolhea. Hoooebold Clou. China nod Earthen*)
11 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SOLICITORS,

SOLICITORS,

MATO, ELDER A CO., 10, Drapers' Gardens London, B.C. BROKERS. LINTON, CLARKE ft CO., 7, Drapers' Gardens. London, E.C. 1
11 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
4 6 UlUar. Sep. 4 311 9)Jan.Jql7 4 315 liMar.Ser. 010 4 Jan, Joly 3 313 21 Do. SMar.gep. 4

4 6 UlUar. Sep. 4 311 9)Jan.Jql7 4 315 liMar.Ser. 010 4 Jan, Joly 3 313 21 Do. SMar.gep. 4

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8 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARRIAGES

MARRIAGES

friIRTE April 6. 1910, .t *hr !l'irpdPt Church Kin*«|<wrn. b. th. Rov. J \rvv. agisted b.f the Rev. T. •. the late «©nry :o«bary Road. Dahlin. Lilim. third ’-Vrr of i. Ernest M'Cornuct. riciScld o ,‘ v M-,nkstown. Co. Dublin. u>nilA'l--M'CANiDLB6S— April #. »t Wl»- ' ;v,j“of Mo-
12 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Adulterated Buttermilk.

Adulterated Buttermilk.

Samuel and Thomas Ballynure, were summoned by Inspector M'Masier for selling buttermilk which was adulterated with 14.3 parts of water in addition to the amount allowed for churning purposes. fine of IQs was imposed. Mr. Nagle remarking that the case was very bad one.
12 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPROVING VALUES.

IMPROVING VALUES.

On the advice Mr. C. E. Bamc*. C.K., endorsed 3lr. Albert E. Ashcroft. A-M.C.S.C.E., the irrigated land at Walhachin is being withdrawn frtmi'tho market, the Directors being advised that bolding and cultivating the land its value -will increased three <sr four tunes tb© price wh
12 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland