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THE SUITFOR YOU.

THE SUITFOR YOU.

the suit YOD want la a suit that Is conspicuous foe Its distinctive good taste: for Its perfection of fit and the durability and stylo ef the material. This la the hind of suit we are la business to give you. PARKE & WILSON. High Art Tailors. ARTHUR SQUARE THURSDAY. APRIL 14. UL
9 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
f»0 DOHERTY AMERICAN ORGAN. ot flcenl solid wslont cssc. bevelled mirror, set id'- high ornamental top, 9 stops, grand organ

f»0 DOHERTY AMERICAN ORGAN. ot flcenl solid wslont cssc. bevelled mirror, set id'- high ornamental top, 9 stops, grand organ

and knee swell; rich tone esmoas new ; value. Easy terms arranged from 6a monthly.
9 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Midland Railway Company (Northern Conntire Committee) have made admirable arrangements

The Midland Railway Company (Northern Conntire Committee) have made admirable arrangements

for those to make the journey rail. Trains will fiavo Belfast for l.limfl 9-65 e.na-' 11-30 l2-15 p-m-, 12-45 p.m-, and p.tn., the last three being expressee. Beturn trains wffl leave 5 p m.. 5-15 p m-, 5-35 pm, and pm. Appended are
9 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BAZAAR IN MONAGHAN.

BAZAAR IN MONAGHAN.

most successful bazaar in connection with First Monaghan Presbyterian Church was opened i on the 7th in the Town Gall, Monaghan, the opening ceremony being performed Lord Rossmore, who was accompanied lady Rossmore and Miss Nailer. The opening proceedingsover which Rev. ,T. A. B
9 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RONEGALL SQUARE CHURCH

RONEGALL SQUARE CHURCH

MISSIONARY SUNDAY. 11—Rev. M. F. CREWDSON, South Alric. s—Rev. H. G. OOIMBR. 7—Bov. J.OKK CiRVTB®. ttpecial Muric. ll UNIVERSITY _ROAD CHURCH. U—Rev J. B. TEMPLETON. 7-Rov, O. A. JOY NT, M.A. Subject—“ The Groat Propitiotion.' 1118 rj.ROSVEN_OB HALL SUNDAY,
9 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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HERO OF A FAMOUS HOAX.

HERO OF A FAMOUS HOAX.

The Cobbler of Koepenlek in New York New York, Friday. Amongst number of German emigrants who arrived New York yesterday was Wilhelm Voight. the cobbler Koepetiirk, the hero of the world-famous hoax the Captain of Koepenick.” It is stated, however, that the immigration officials
9 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
YOUHG PEOPLE'S MISSIONARY MEETIH

YOUHG PEOPLE'S MISSIONARY MEETIH

In connection with the annual anniversary services of the Methodist Foreign Missionary Society very interesting meeting is announced to be held in Grosvenor Hall to-night, 7-30, when the chair will be taken Dr. W. L. Storey. The programme is a varied nature, comprising cinematog
9 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MESSRS. R. M. GRAY ft SON,

MESSRS. R. M. GRAY ft SON,

Important Forthcoming Auction Bale. Those interested in modern and antique fur* njlurej exquisite oil paintings and engravings and antique eilver and china will welcome sale fixed for 12th inst. and following days in the mart Messrs. B. M. Gray & Son* auctioneers and valuers. Ro
9 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POOR LAW REFORM BILL*

POOR LAW REFORM BILL*

Royal Commission Minority’s
9 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Tkerc Is no slnpl«r, salct* or more agreeable preparation ttan ENO'S ‘FRUIT SALT.’

Tkerc Is no slnpl«r, salct* or more agreeable preparation ttan ENO'S ‘FRUIT SALT.’

Tkerc slnpl«r, salct* more agreeable preparation ttan ENO'S ‘FRUIT SALT.’ THE OLD TIME. EVER POPULAR HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR Sick Headache. In Diet (Katin* Drinking), Olddmesa, Contllpalloo. Thirlt Rheumatic Donty Polnon, Feyerith Cold with Hl*h Temperature and Quick Pnlae, and Cond
9 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland