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“PALLADIUM." 6-40 —LATE "ALEXANDRA.”—9. First Time IreUnd of Lotus Hillisr’s Premier London Compsny the Up to*dste Revue, “BY THE WAY."

“PALLADIUM." 6-40 —LATE "ALEXANDRA.”—9. First Time IreUnd of Lotus Hillisr’s Premier London Compsny the Up to*dste Revue, “BY THE WAY."

Pretty Girls. Pretty Dresses. Pretty Uancee. SPECIAL TANGO, and Powerful Variety Company. Prices 4d to is. Book at Crane’s. 1213
12 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NORTH OF ENGLAND SHOW.

NORTH OF ENGLAND SHOW.

Without ceremony the pleasure car section of the North of England Motor Show was opened at the City Hall, Manchester, yesterday morning, and daring the day there was a constant flow of visitors. The general opinion was that despite the small space available, the exhibition equal
10 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A Severe Trial.

A Severe Trial.

It becomes increasingly difficult nowadays dUcriminate, but perhaps the distinction of being the most severe trial ever promoted may be accorded the winter run from London to Exeter and back, organised by the Motor Cycling Club. The first half of run, which took place in darknes
10 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST COAL RELIEF FOND.

BELFAST COAL RELIEF FOND.

Satisfactory List of Subscriptions. A meeting.of the committee in charge of this fund was held yesterday in the City Hall—Mr. W. H. M'Laughlin, D.L., in the chair. There were also present—-The High Sheriff (Mr. Frank Workman), Venerable Archdeacon Spence, Very Rev. Patrick Conve
10 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ESTATE OF MB. PETER COATS.

ESTATE OF MB. PETER COATS.

Over Half a Million Lost in Investments. Prom a detailed statement just issued of the investments of the late Mr. Peter Coats, wh » died worth £2,526.270, it appears that he had shares concerns which are returned in the will as valued at nil, and loans to such concerns and loss
10 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
After Fifty Yean.

After Fifty Yean.

One one the old wooden vessels which added picturesquenees to the upper reaches of the Mersey have disappeared, and of the original five only one. the school ship Conway, remains. Monday the Indefatigable, which was built Devonport in 1846, was moved from her moorings for the la
10 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
About Prince John.

About Prince John.

A story recently reached a writer in The Bystander,” in which figured Queen Mary, Prince Johii, staircase, one of the Household servants, and some article which it was the duty of the said servant to take up the staircase, but which his Royal Highness thought looked much more am
10 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HR. CHAMBERLAIN’S RETIREMENT.

HR. CHAMBERLAIN’S RETIREMENT.

‘TIMES TELEGRAM. PER PRESS ASSOCIATION. . [COPfRICHT.] Toronto, Friday, The news of Mr. Chamberlain’s determination to retire from Parliament has excited exceptional interest Canada. THIS DAY’S SPORTING SELECTIONS
10 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INWARD.

INWARD.

Mails from VS..K. the George Washington, via Plymouth (from Saturday last), are to be expected on Monday morning. Mails the Philadelphia will probably be delivered to-day. Mails from India and Egypt P. & O. liner Osiris, via Brindisi, are to be looked for to-day (from Bombay on
10 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TYRONE AND FERMANAGH ASYLUM.

TYRONE AND FERMANAGH ASYLUM.

Mr. Patrick M'Menamin, J.P. (chairman), pr* sided at the monthly meeting of the Committee Management of this institution held yesterday. Pursuant notice, Mr. Wm. Early, solicitor, moved that the salary of the assistant medical officer, Dr. Patrick O’Doherty increased from £2OO w
9 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland