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CHILD BEYBRELT BURRED.

CHILD BEYBRELT BURRED.

.A little girl named Agnes Boomer, aged about four years, and whoso parents reside the Donegal Road, was admitted the Royal Victoria Hospital yesterday afternoon, suffering from severe burns. On inquiry early hour this morning were informed that the little one was making as good
30 December 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ADDIBHCE IH TEARS

ADDIBHCE IH TEARS

Hew Opera M. d’Erlanger Meets with Snoeeas., Paris, 28Ui December. The chief interest of the matinee given to-day at the Opera Comiqae in aid of the orphanage for the daughters artists centred mind the first production the three-act opera Noel,” which is the work M. Frederic d’E
30 December 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Growth of A MYSTERY OF THE SEX.

Growth of A MYSTERY OF THE SEX.

Lloyd’s Las Palmas agent telegraphs—Tho British steamer Tempo* reports having passed on 21st December, latitude 47 North, longitude 6 West, a vessel on fire, but could not make out her name. The following is a description of the vesselA large steamer with two roasts, a yellow fu
30 December 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FINE POR HATPINS IH AMERICA.

FINE POR HATPINS IH AMERICA.

New York. 28th December. Citv yesterday associated itself with the agitation against the hatpin (says the '■ Mail's correspondent). At the city council Alderman Dr. Jackson introduced a by-law it a misdemeanour, punishable a minimum fine one dollar and maximum hundred dollars, f
30 December 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROGRESS OF TARIEF REFORM.

PROGRESS OF TARIEF REFORM.

The ** Morning Post says—Eight years ago there were practically no Tariff Reformers, while to-day the country is full of them. Possibly they are already a..national majority if the Irish may included Protectionists. Does anyone really imagine that the Tariff Reform party is goin
30 December 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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HISTORIC BUILDINGS BAYBD.

HISTORIC BUILDINGS BAYBD.

Oo December the London County Council decided to contribute a sum not exceeding £26,000 towards the purchase from the trustees the Peabody donation fund of the »to and buildings the Sir Robert Geffery Almbooses in Kingaland Road, Shoreditch, including the garden and disused buri
30 December 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A FORMER LABOUR M.P.

A FORMER LABOUR M.P.

The Press Association telegraphs—Mr. John Johnson, Labour ez-M.P. for Gateshead, and financial secretary to the Durham Miners’ Association, yesterday morning in Newcastle after undergoing two operations for internal complaint. Deceased, who was born in 1830. had worked the pits,
30 December 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HB. JOHN BTBHE, BILLYCASTLE.

HB. JOHN BTBHE, BILLYCASTLE.

The death took place on the evening of the inst., at his residence. Ballycaatle, Mr. John Byrne, agent for Captain Fullarton, on the Ballintoy estate. Mr. Byrne was a native of County Wicklow, and went to Bally castle about 5 years ago as land steward for the Boyd estate, whi-h
30 December 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. J. PARKER, KILMOOD.

MR. J. PARKER, KILMOOD.

The death Mr. J. Parker, of Kilmoed, County Down, has caused much regret this part of the country, in which for many years was honoured and respected personality. He had reached the patriarchal age 84. and for almost forty years had acted as clerk Florida Manor petty sessions. P
30 December 1910 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR THE LADIES.

FOR THE LADIES.

We have at the present moment a splendid selection of Ladies' Footwear in all the most Up todate Styles, ['unable for Town and Country woar. Made in Glace, Kid, Box Calf and Brown Willow Calf. Smart in appearance, and excellent in Fit and Quality. PRICES MOST MODERATE. SAKI NS,
31 December 1910 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland