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The Diocesan Regulations.

The Diocesan Regulations.

With reference to the resolution passed at the last Synod regarding the elections. th'» Diocesan Council, after careful consideration, adopted the following amended regulations for use the forthcoming meeting of Synod Ibis year:— XVlH.—Every member whom it is desired t» elect to
2 June 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Wholesale Agent—€. E. JACOB. Queen Street, Belfast; and Dublin.

Wholesale Agent—€. E. JACOB. Queen Street, Belfast; and Dublin.

to Mr. T. Hallctt Fry, Barrister Law, who is recognised leading authority questions relating to incoroe-tax, and is well known tho author * Income-tax; Its Return. Assessment, and Recovery,’ and of other important publications bearing this question. By the co-operation of the. p
2 June 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ARRANGEMENTS FOB TO-DAY.

ARRANGEMENTS FOB TO-DAY.

Recorder’s Court —County Courthouse• (' Road, 11 a.m. -t. Donkey Parade and Prize Competin'*' George’s Market. 11 a.m. p„iinl Rural District ,3 meeting, Union Workhouse. Lisburn o’clock. , . ii*. Presbytery Old-Ape Fund the Boardroom, Church House. Baptist Union'of Ireland n"''
2 June 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CAPTAIN BARTLETT’S PLANS.

CAPTAIN BARTLETT’S PLANS.

Among those who bade farewell to the Terra Nova at the docks- was Captain Bartlett, who accompanied Commander Peary his last Polar expedition. In conversation with Reuter’s representative on board the Terra Nova, Captain Bartlett said—“ There can be reasonable doubt that, barrin
2 June 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
t-s «-» ••w V ■?<* V ■S'Vt SEVERE GERMAN MILITARY

t-s «-» ••w V ■?<* V ■S'Vt SEVERE GERMAN MILITARY

2 June 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HARTLEPOOL BY-ELECTION.

HARTLEPOOL BY-ELECTION.

It was elated last night Hartlepool that Mr. Howard On*ten, the Unionist candidate, will arrive in the constituency this evening. Mr. Stephen Furness, the Radical candidate, has issued his address. He corn mends the Budget taxation proposals, and says will support similar Radica
2 June 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST AN ARMY

SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST AN ARMY

SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST ARMY OFFICER. the Old Bailey, London, yesterday, Captain James Henry Edward Holford, 7th Hussars, and of Biggleswade, was brought up from last Sessions on indictment to which he had pleaded guilty, for obtaining credit fraud other than false pretences from
2 June 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. ROOSEVELTS SPEECH.

MR. ROOSEVELTS SPEECH.

Opinion in America. •‘TIafES” TELEGRAM, TER PRESS ASSOCIATION. [COMWIGHT.] Washington. Wednesday. The New York Sun” derides ** Colonel Roosevelt's latest adventures, and suggests that Mr. Roosevelt, who ” as a private citizen is still the greatest advertiser,” merely desired to
2 June 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
mum EMULSION

mum EMULSION

(Pctroleafli with The combined healing and tonic qualities of Angier's Emulsion often produce re* markable effects When the patient is serionsljr run down and all the functions of the body seem abnormal—appetite poor, digestion disturbed. liver slogeish. bowels irregular—Angler'
2 June 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Jndge Todd and the Priest.

Jndge Todd and the Priest.

Todd and the Priest. At Dungannon Quarter Sessions jester daybefore hie Honour Jrelge Todd —the Rev. Hugh Taggart, Roman Catholic curate, Galbaliy, Donaghmore, brought probate process against Mrs. Catherine Loughran, Omagh, to establish the will, dated 15th March last, of Catheri
2 June 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland