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THE NORTHERN COUNTIES LOAN AND DISTRICT BANK. 46. DONEGAL!. STREET, BELFAST. (Oldest Established Loan Bank in Ireland.) riJ.tn. riELL* JL

THE NORTHERN COUNTIES LOAN AND DISTRICT BANK. 46. DONEGAL!. STREET, BELFAST. (Oldest Established Loan Bank in Ireland.) riJ.tn. riELL* JL

KNOWN BANK, are prepared to oner exceptional advantages to oil responsible persons need of temporary cash assistance from £lO upwards. Special terms for Loans Life Policies, Reversions, and Mortgages. All communicalions strictly confidential. Fall particulars on application to 1
11 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SITUATIONS WANTED.

SITUATIONS WANTED.

.A.A.—BUTLER, yoivng. experienced, disengaged : years’ excellent character:’ good valet, attendant on invalid.—Mrs. Maxwell. 107. Donegall Street. A -A.A.—COOK, experienced, disengaged Ist; years present place: country nreferred; understands dairy.—Mrs. Maxwell. 107, Donegal! St
11 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SERVANTS' REGISTRIES.

SERVANTS' REGISTRIES.

require* 1»X town and country. Parlour-mrKW. n®- Mekls, Chikircn’s M*kfa. Between-iniidt. end Genermte.—ll. M*y CXX>K-GENEEAL (no A also House-Parlour Maid. «*ino bw*> suburbs; food wages; comfortable home. - Da\is. 2. University Street. w AT Mr. Rolrton'. Coot (£18). rell.Wt Gc
11 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OFFICIAL STARTING PRICES.

OFFICIAL STARTING PRICES.

NEWBURY. Sprint-11 to 8 Unde Mac filly. Wilts—2 1 agst. Flower Saint. Cup—s to 1 agst Vaiens. 100 to 6 agst Orqnil. 10 tq agst Temeraire. Three-year-old—S to 2 agst Abattia. Produce—6 agst Irish King Thatham-7 1 Marco Fraser.
11 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ITEMS.

ITEMS.

By his success in the Newbury Cop Saturday last Valens has 101 b penalty tor both the City and Suburban and the Jubilee Handicap. F Wootton, tha rider 81. Hroy Saturday suspended for the remainder the and the case roported the stemKds of the Jockey TOe act.n, stewarfs Derby. Vis
11 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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SENIOR LEAGUE.

SENIOR LEAGUE.

CLIFTONVILLE 1. MALONE. Teams representing the shore dobs met at the afternoon of the 9th inst. before good attendance of spectators. Teams Cliftonvilie—Donnelly, Take, Ansoombe, Hay* ward. Jarman, Wallace, Beggs, Dobbins, Millar, and Atkinson. Malone—Coulter, Croceley, Enfcwist
11 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MEETING AT BALLTNAPEI6H.

MEETING AT BALLTNAPEI6H.

Hie second’ 'united public meeting in connection with this movement was the Methods Schoolroom, fßallynafeigh, the 6th inst.— Rev. Wesley Guard presiding over large and enthusiastic attendance. There were also preeedt—Revs. Dr. Workman, W. P. Ornnody, John Macmillan, S. Rutherfo
11 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, MONDAY. APRIL 11, 1910.

THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, MONDAY. APRIL 11, 1910.

BEST QUALITIES HOUSE COALS. Anthracite of Best Quality and for all purposes. .... JOHN C. RICHARDS, 32, WELL TsiepboM Mfr PLACE, BELFAST. LADIES' CORSETS j riarkf Ann LADIES’BELTS 1 J ‘ CLARK SCO. , o“c.i Surgical Corsetiem, Principle*. B,oon.i«M Square SIILUD UOf UTTERS. „
11 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO-DAY’S WEATHER FORECAST.

TO-DAY’S WEATHER FORECAST.

All parts Ireland—Southerly and aooth-westerly westerly winds, increasing in force; changeable; some rain; milder. West Scotland, North-West of England, and North Waloe —Some above. North Scotland—South-westerly wee terly winds, fresh strong high, squally; some rain. East Scotla
11 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NATIONALIST DIFFERENCES.

NATIONALIST DIFFERENCES.

The All For Ireland'League. MB. OBRIEN AND HR. REDMOND. Mr. William OTBricn addressed meeting of the Provisional <*f the All for Ireland League the Municipal Cork, the 9th indt. Referring the progress of the League, re d would take something little more 'formidable than Iho inva
11 April 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland