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APPOINTMENT OP COMMITTEES.

APPOINTMENT OP COMMITTEES.

Councillor Turner moved the appointment the committees for the ensuing year conformity with the standing orders of the Council. Ho stated that the name -Alderman Tougher was substituted for the name of the late Mr. Samuel Lawther the Asylum Committee, and that the Council were r
24 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REPLY BY THE LORD MAYOR.

REPLY BY THE LORD MAYOR.

The Lord Mayor that was the final stage of the proceedings with regard the conferring of the freedom of the city upon the Lady Mayoress and himself. The matter had already been before the General Purposes Committee, but that was the first occasion on which it had come before the
24 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Sleeper Awakened.

The Sleeper Awakened.

The night watchman large hotel saw an apparition in white moving along the hall a 2 a.m. hastened his steps and tapped on the shoulder what proved to man.. "Here, what are von doing out here? * asked the watchman. The man opened his eyes and seemed come out of a trance. " I beg
24 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

Serjeant Sullivan—That is not the answer. Defendant—Do yon remember the dissatisfaction that arose amongst the competitors and the failure the show in 1912?—I think vou are the one who has been trying to make the ehow failure the whole time. Defendant—On the contrary, I have bee
24 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AMERICAN COTTON.

AMERICAN COTTON.

New York, Friday. The Bui the Census the of Commerce has to-day published it* ninth report for the season of the ouantity of cotton ginned of the growth of 1913, bringing the returns up the close 15th January This return makes the total to date 13.589.000 bates against 13,089,00
24 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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INWARD.

INWARD.

Mail* from I‘AA. the Si. Paul, via Plymouth New York on Friday last week), arc to be expected to-day. Mails from India and Egypt O. liner Osiris, via Brindisi, arc be looked for to-day (from Bom bay the 10th inst.). Correspondence from Australia, 4c.. the Orsova, via Naples, may
24 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS OBTAINED »T H. D. FITZPATRICK & CO: PATENT AGENTS, OI.ASOOW, BELFAST, LONDON. PROVISIONAL PROTECTION, £o 3». Trads

PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS OBTAINED »T H. D. FITZPATRICK & CO: PATENT AGENTS, OI.ASOOW, BELFAST, LONDON. PROVISIONAL PROTECTION, £o 3». Trads

Marlis ami Kegiett red. LoNMI Chwße. 10 (oimation and advice at IRISH 50, ScottSah Provident Buildings, Belfast. 1W
24 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO ENGINEERS, ELECTRICIANS, &o. The magherafeet markets- TRUSTEES invite TENDERS trom any Firm who would undertake to put down Plant

TO ENGINEERS, ELECTRICIANS, &o. The magherafeet markets- TRUSTEES invite TENDERS trom any Firm who would undertake to put down Plant

lor the UGHTING o! the TOWN OF MAGHKBAFKLT. The Trustees of Markets would give their assistance secure Ground a nominal rent, and would take Shares the Undertaking. Apply or before 20th February, 1914, to JAMES H. WALKER, Secretary I’d Markets’ Trustees,
24 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THIS WEEK’S OFFERS « ROBINSON & CLEAVER’S

THIS WEEK’S OFFERS « ROBINSON & CLEAVER’S

LAD G™v M W H .^ R ARVES Bl:0Wn ' Gre *”’ Blick SADIES' TRIMMED HATS, 3/U, form.rly 6/11 .n 4 9/11. Eightwa GUIPDRF QW I. . . HATR, uaa»l price. 16/6 and 21/-. offered 7/11 e*cb- GUI COLLARS * 9*d. usti&Hy 1/34 »nd 1/64, m »vory or UNTRIMMED FELT SHAPES, 1/-, formerly 3/6 and 5/
24 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR SALE.

FOR SALE.

DRAPERY STOCK IK BELFAST. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. The subrcriuers are prepared to RECEIVE OFFERS for the STOCK I.N •TRADE and FITTINGS belonging to the Trust Rda*e of R. H. WALKER. 101 and 103, ALBERTS RIDGE ROAD. Belfast, amounting, per inventory and valuation, to £360 6s I
24 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland