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THIS WEEK'S OFFERS AT ROBINSON &: CLEAT .VET Se LADIES' TRIMMED RATS. & o Rd; formerly.% lid and lld. Eighteen

THIS WEEK'S OFFERS AT ROBINSON &: CLEAT .VET Se LADIES' TRIMMED RATS. & o Rd; formerly.% lid and lld. Eighteen

Ram, weal price, 16. &I and 21,; offered at re Ildesch. UNTRIMMED FELT SDAPES, le; formerly S. 6d and Ild. SIXTY-THREE ODD RUGS. onrown make of Wrapo Fleece, ES. in Brown, Oreow. Black. LADIES' CAMEI.HAIR RCA.. Om. 34 6d. formerly 4s 111: ObITURE TACE . 110L1.ARR. OW; usually Is
22 January 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ITSIE DAB RELEGME which with its large circulation in the

ITSIE DAB RELEGME which with its large circulation in the

DAB RELEGME which with its large circulation in the NORTH, WEST, NCIPEUTFI-WEST, and SOUTEI-EAST of the North of Ireland is the ideal link which connects the public residing in these extensive country districts with your concern. An Attractive Ark should contain Prices with Pithy
22 January 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ARNOTT’S

ARNOTT’S

THIS WEEK. MANCFACXUKER’S clearing lot of fiO DOZEN WHITE AND STRIPED BEST QUALITY BATH TOWELS.
22 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DOWN DISTRICT LUNATIC ASYLUM

DOWN DISTRICT LUNATIC ASYLUM

Committee of Management of this inrlitu tion met the 17th imt.—Major Black" -'I Price, D.le (chairman). ptMiding. M 1 Nolan, resident medical suporintendant. war ' attendance. Dr. C. L. Sptoulo was junior arsiatant medical effleer. It was the estimate for the ensuing financial e
22 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
deuce with regard to the Steen. Bernard Gray deposed that George Knox met him in the November fair, and said

deuce with regard to the Steen. Bernard Gray deposed that George Knox met him in the November fair, and said

that witness should have nothing with that field. Witness had taken a field. Witness said he thought was right in taking it, and Knox said would irut an end to these grabbers yet and have the farm for the rightful owner, John Knox. Witness told him he was grabber. Evidence was t
22 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUMMONED.

SUMMONED.

Alleged Reckless Speed. William Todd, 208, Donegall Avenue, was summoned, in the Belfast Police Court yesterday, for having driven motor car in reckless manner in Linenhall Street West on the 14th inst. Mr. J. S. Osborne (for Mr. D. F. Spiller) prosecuted on behalf of the police
22 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOW TO BECOME EFFICIENT.

HOW TO BECOME EFFICIENT.

An Introductory Study First Principles. T. Sharper Kpowbon. London Werner Laurie, Ltd. Is net. The author's object is to show how the scientific method may applied to the problems State, business, and of everyday life. The author discusses efficiency, many spheres of activity, a
22 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE “ECONOMIC REVIEW”

THE “ECONOMIC REVIEW”

The new quarterly number contains editorial notes on economic and social questions, sum manes of parliamentary inquiries and oftkial returns, and reviews of important new books. The first article, by Wilsden. is " .Studies in the Industrial Productivity Man. It contains some int
22 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WHY EXTERMINATE THE BADGERT

WHY EXTERMINATE THE BADGERT

ro THE EDITOR OF THE BELFAST NEWS LETTER. Rib—Permit me through your columns make protest against ruthless persecution of the badger. the first it is be observed that but for the selfish recreation certain class of sportsmen there would nerd whatever for calling public, attentio
22 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Submarine A 7 was located yesterday in 23 fathoms water. Raising operations will be commenced to-day. Three men were killed

Submarine A 7 was located yesterday in 23 fathoms water. Raising operations will be commenced to-day. Three men were killed

and five injured boiler explosion at the Central Canada Exhibition in Ottawa yesterday. Mr. Austen Chamberlain was the principal speaker at an anti-Hoiiie Rule demonstration held last night* Southampton. While inspecting some work at the pit mouth of the (Jroesfaen Colliery, nea
22 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland