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MAW TO KKKOVE INK STAINS TSUI THE MUNK*.

MAW TO KKKOVE INK STAINS TSUI THE MUNK*.

Isk•stioed Awn ass be 0414 dogma by slightly &spilt. tho law . sad ib• seals with the ellyhor red of es sato. Break off two oe three Bed tub dasped stain ; Una i .Mr Maim Seep I Tbink Act t The bobby sled the besltby body as beet be attained by seise I pert. ebole.sonis food. Th
14 April 1910 - Leitrim Advertiser - Mohill, Leitrim, Republic of Ireland
 
FI.LS Road.—Crating, about 7 sores of good Graaing Land, within City Ist for season.—James Carr, 19 Ohiehestar Street. 117$

FI.LS Road.—Crating, about 7 sores of good Graaing Land, within City Ist for season.—James Carr, 19 Ohiehestar Street. 117$

14 April 1910 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FAII.KD FROM TFIIB PORT.

FAII.KD FROM TFIIB PORT.

The Dingle, for Philadelphia, the schooner Creek Fisher, for Llan.-ih’ the Kveleen. for Troon; the s.s 11.. tor Garston; the King .Geor f, ► Cardiff. ARnIVT.D AT- Troon, on the Bth instant, the fort. Belfast, Mulholland, from l)ev(, n . )>ort; Aliddlesbrough, the in.>iai lt the
14 April 1910 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MID GREAT ME bankers- BaXR : Bank a vp. Dublin. SOTES Tlisre 'va market to-d of tho most inter. TJabrahani

MID GREAT ME bankers- BaXR : Bank a vp. Dublin. SOTES Tlisre 'va market to-d of tho most inter. TJabrahani

.0 startling cold show ad source gj Rochester v in the ftjW should prosj Chiaf int card will which Neil fitr.rtar. and ady. A aro. tho Thr Flying Han Selections Selling PI Crayen Si Maiden P Biennial ! Fly ing NEW? Sport? niQr Mid this /ulc - w /act s<rboist with difficul ••air
14 April 1910 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A E NOTTS,

A E NOTTS,

NOTTS, HIGH STREET A BRIDGE STREET. CHA RING-CROSS BANK. Established JB7O. Belfast Branch—7S ROYAL AVENUE. Head Office—2B Bedford Street. sin»nd. IxMidon. W.C., and 39 Street. Within, London. E,C. Branches—Dublin, stanchester. Ac. Assets, £1,607,C49: LlabfUM. Surplus. £371,078. L
14 April 1910 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
iiiUKSDA

iiiUKSDA

was imbued with true missionary spirit, and wo* the love and reverence sll the members of the world-wide Order which has its headquarters in the historic Italian City. The report of Archbishop Bourne’s appreciative panegyric at the Requiem Macs in will read with interest by memb
14 April 1910 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Promotion.

The Promotion.

Mr LARDNER asked the Home Secretary if he could state the date pf Sir Robt. Anderson’s transfer from the Home Office ,0 ‘Scotland Yard; and whom the traoft- W was recommended, and what "rounds. Air. CHURCHILL said Sir R. Anderson ’'■i* transferred to the office of Assistant omm.
14 April 1910 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Duration of Parliament

Duration of Parliament

Earl WTNTEKTON moved an, amendment excluding from the operation of the resolution Bills affecting the duration- of Parliament. Without this amendment, continued, there was vciy great .’anger of com© future forcing through Bill prolonging the duration of their term of office inde
14 April 1910 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A BOY’S AGE.

A BOY’S AGE.

Constable James Montgomery summoned John Doyle. ISO Donegal! Road, for having eold intoxioating drink to boy named George M'Allister, 31 Colbeg Street, under fourteen years of age, in’an unsealed vessel on the nit. Mr. B. H. lieigbton prosecuted, and Mr. J. Donnelly defended. Th
14 April 1910 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Record Herring Cargo.

Record Herring Cargo.

Th© ss. Rosebank (Capt. Timolair just left Derry for St. Petersburn the largest cargo of herrings ever in Ireland—namely, 6,200 barrel*. vessel commenced loading at Dawn 6ay on the morning the 6th after shipping 1,400 barrels proceadt 1 Rathmullan on Thursday, and shipped 3,400
14 April 1910 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland