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FURNITURE, &c., Ac.

FURNITURE, &c., Ac.

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, at the AVENUE AUCTION ROOMS, THURSDAY, loth December. 1910, Two o’clock p.m.. 4 PIECES (NEW) ALL-WOOL SUITINGS O'* and COATINGS, 20 HIGH-CLASS LINED OVERCOATS and WATERPROOFS, Quantity Trimmings, Threads, Buttons. Fancy Vests. Dummies,” lions. Oik Escritoi
14 December 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POULTRY AND EGGS.

POULTRY AND EGGS.

BLACK Minorca® (8 hens and cockerel. 10 pullets). White Leghorns (8 hens), Buff-Orpmgtoos (Urge oockcrels).—Apply, Cheater, next P.p.. Balmoral. 6762 ■OOULTRY.—Massive Buff Orpingtep. White Wyandotte, Black Minorca®, and Cockerels. Pullet*. 4s; grew* laying rtrair*.- Haydock, Du
14 December 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AGENCIES AND PARTNERSHIPS.

AGENCIES AND PARTNERSHIPS.

/‘T GUIDE TO STOCK EXCHANGE (39th Edition).-Stock Exchange Operations ttmroughly explained,also call Option*; bow to open account with limited risk; how to avoid Broker’s Commissions; contains Hignest and Lowest Sales for last 16 years. Gratis from Publishers-FARROW, GRAHAM. & C
14 December 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WINDSOR.

WINDSOR.

PROGRAMME FOR TO-DAY. Hors<s narked hare arrived. 1 - 0 -THAMES HANDICAP HURDLE RACE of eov.*; winner after Doc. at noon of a nordie race 51b, of two of one value eov« 9lb cstra-. t-econd receive eov.s. Two mite. 12 7 Mr. Jl. 12 Mr. J. Bayiis'e fcjocJule. 6 (io ex) „ T. jun. 12
14 December 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OIL-BURNING DESTROYER’S SPEED.

OIL-BURNING DESTROYER’S SPEED.

FROM or* OWN CORK ESTONTJENT. New York, Tuesday, A Philadelphia message th© New York Herald" says that the oil burning destroyer M'Call made a speed of 53i04 knots over the measured mile in Delaware Bay, thus breaking the sjjeod record for her class.* I that I note the happy rel
14 December 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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W. H. M‘ILWRATH.

W. H. M‘ILWRATH.

Mr. M‘llwrath has jast -removed from 25, Bridge Street, hack his old premises, 9, Donegal! Street, and his numerous friends and customers will wish him increasing prosperity and success in connection with his well-conducted business. The window of his establishment looks particu
14 December 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Lecture by Professor Powicke.

Lecture by Professor Powicke.

An interesting lecture on *' Some Characteristics of Medieval Chronicles was given «n the Museum, College Square North, last night, by Professor F. M. Powicke, M.A., under the auspices of the Belfast Natural History and Philosophical Society. Sir John Byers of the society) occup
14 December 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ENOBMOL’S IMPORTATIONS

ENOBMOL’S IMPORTATIONS

OF TOYS, DOLLS, FANCY GOODS, INCLUDING THE VERY LATEST PRODUCTIONS OP THE PRINCIPAL CONTINENTAL BRITISH WORKSHOPS, WHICH MUST BE SEEN FORM ANY CONCEPTION OF THE MAGNITUDE* VARIETY. MMENSE COLLECTION OF ARTICLES SUITABLE FOR PRESENTS THROUGHOUT THE VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS. PRICES WIT
14 December 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ADDRESS AND PRESENTATION

ADDRESS AND PRESENTATION

T. J. GILCHRIST. ESQ.. NORTHERN BANK. DONEGALL SQUARE, BELFAST. DEAR GUXHRiST-The occasion of your departure from Clonea, after ten year* there Manager of Northem Bank, affords many mends in the Dwtrict an opportunity of teatifying to the high in which you are held all lho« who
14 December 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NATIONALIST ROWDYISM IN OMAGH.

NATIONALIST ROWDYISM IN OMAGH.

Out Omagh correspondent writes—At the close of the polling on the night of the 12th mst. there were several ugly scenes, which at times threatened to develop into rioting owing to the attack i made the Unionist committee-rooms a gang of roughs who, not content to stay amongst th
14 December 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland