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hat-e to met soihe way other. Councillor Alexander was anxious to know who would have to pay that £7,000 the

hat-e to met soihe way other. Councillor Alexander was anxious to know who would have to pay that £7,000 the

Corporation d not obtain further borrowing powers tC would surcharged The Town Solicitor said llie whole Council might surcharged, the members of Tramway and Electricity Committee, Mr. Nance, if the Local Board found he was accounting officer the Corporation. Surely ralepayer In
22 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CONDITION OF BALLINTOY HARBOUR.

CONDITION OF BALLINTOY HARBOUR.

The dredging operations at Ballintoy harbour are for the present completed, and had it not been for the stormy weather during December the work would have been fully accomplished. There is, however, ordinary tides an average depth ten feet of water all over the harbour, the only
22 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
r ROVISIONS.

r ROVISIONS.

ROVISIONS. GRIMSBY FISH, January 21.-Good supplies at easy rates; demand fair. Soles, t° I* 3d» turbot, 8d to brill?, 6*l to per lb.; English 5e 6d 6s 3d; medium, 5s ; lemon solos, 10s to 13s; whitclies, 7s lbs; whitings. Is 2« 3d; live halibut, 12s to 1.36; deed. 86 to live cod,
22 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ARRIVED.

ARRIVED.

Laomfdon. w, Owen; arrived at Swansea 18th inst. from Antwerp. . . . Glynn, sa. of Belfast, Leach, armed Penarth 18th Inst, from Rosen. . . . Dromore. s», arrived Liverpool on inn. from Baltimore. . . Fuianl. ss, arrived Baesam 16th mat. from Liverpool . • .. Appam. sa Harrison,
22 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FLOATING CRAIN CARGOES.

FLOATING CRAIN CARGOES.

London (the Baltic), Wednesday. WHEAT—The cargo market rules steady, but there is very little business test values. part cargo of New South Wales January 13 sold about 35s 9d ; South Australian January offers 35s 9d, Victorian afloat 365, New South Wales December 35s lOid, and f
22 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ADVANCES FROM £5O TO £l.OOO Promptly arranged upon note of HAND A LONE any other Security. Negotiationi* strictly local enquiries.

ADVANCES FROM £5O TO £l.OOO Promptly arranged upon note of HAND A LONE any other Security. Negotiationi* strictly local enquiries.

R. COUTTS, 26. LUDGATE HILL. LONDON.
22 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GENERAL PRINTING WORKS

GENERAL PRINTING WORKS

NORTHERN WHIG OFFICES, Victoria Street, Belfast Trade CiieaUie. Catalogue*, Aeooaet Head-' Ufa. Mataonadau Fora*. KHuraa aad Stotaaiaata. lickata. Card* aad LabaU, Kaaduli. aad Circulars, caaquas sad Buifeaada, ao. CCTIONEEBS' aad SHIPPIKQ AGENTS' BIBLB. Pnatiag for Kailaa;*, fi
22 January 1914 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NORTHERN WHIG. THURSDAY, JAN GABY 2?f IWA

THE NORTHERN WHIG. THURSDAY, JAN GABY 2?f IWA

THE NORTHERN WHIG. THURSDAY, JAN GABY IWA COMMERCIAL HEWS. rHE LONDON MONEY MARKET. errv ■erree.-ev wm.l m. atiMt. u«*—. W«*wi»7 ■wk nto. M OaUbcr, UU-M TWa tia* iMt yMi—* •TOOK IXOHANQK •mXKIBKHT*. Daj« Jwaty M »■* T*kn•ty «m la ». U. t*J o*7— Jaawfj ». tl*Wm**7 UwOMON OtaOOUNT
22 January 1914 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BUSINESS DONE.

BUSINESS DONE.

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22 January 1914 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
As Imperial Raftorm.

As Imperial Raftorm.

Imperial Raftorm. Having regard to the almost fortuitous union of the many widely-sundered terri- tories that in the course time have been welded into our great Empire, it is inevitable that there should be some confusion as to the precise definition of British citizenship. The m
22 January 1914 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland