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IRISH JUNIOR FOOTBALL LEAGUE.

IRISH JUNIOR FOOTBALL LEAGUE.

THE ABOVECOM ELEC PETITION IS OPEN TO T FEW FIRST-CLASS JUNIOR CLUBS TO MEMDERBfIIr. Early application necessary. R. J. KIRKPATRICK, Crystal Brook, Ballygomartin Bind, Belfast. IRISH FOO7'RALL LEAGUE, Second Division. A ROVE LEAOUR INVITE APPLICAti from Pirstelass Intermediate C
30 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HEUMATIS

HEUMATIS

SCIATICA, GOUT, LUMBAGO, NEURITIS, ARTHRITIS & CHEST COLDS rP.,.... „DINTMENTe reift Ditlii COMPANT.NciiIIIIMILDIGIMI repiete, For ev e ryle suf f erer,ldsNeuritis , fromßheurago there tismGo is a healing ut,Scitic Cheat S balm which work m iracles—Dr. LOttitiGl I jttNi--h‘ a nd
30 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
!Arnim No. 1,419.

!Arnim No. 1,419.

to run through, ne then the gown east be drawn up to a comfortable measure; or oar row embroidery heading sewn on would serve equrllv well and make • pretty trimming. Double- width madapolani should be chosen for Ibis design. It makes • good foundation for embroidery stitchery,
30 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ELECTROLYSIS. HMS SEYMOUR RECEIVF. LADIES 1 DAILY. at 105 (MEAT VICTORIA Si.. tor th.. (guaranteed) permanent removal of superfluous hair

ELECTROLYSIS. HMS SEYMOUR RECEIVF. LADIES 1 DAILY. at 105 (MEAT VICTORIA Si.. tor th.. (guaranteed) permanent removal of superfluous hair

males. etc. Appearance of skin on day of treatment quite normal. No scarring. Practically painless. Absolute privacy. Einem,* certain. 'Phone.-.21172. MILLINERY. .t Drewry Models for this week. Ridges & Robinson II DUBLIN LOAD.
30 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
lIBTHB, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

lIBTHB, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

30 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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30 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON BETTING.

LONDON BETTING.

London, Wednesday. view of the excellent acceptance for tho Ivemplon Jubilee Handicap, Dumber of layers opened books today. China Cock was promptly installed favourite at bs, rate taken to fair sum and again offered. Long Bet and Blue Stone were others whose credentials found th
30 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HR. JOHN HALLIDAT,

HR. JOHN HALLIDAT,

Mr. John (Boilermakers, Iron and Steel Shipbuilders) the resolution. He said the importance the subject which had brought them together compelled him to speak on that occasion, although was on© who had never taken an active part on political platform. Ho was a rivetter, and spet
30 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. ARTHUR NOBLE.

MR. ARTHUR NOBLE.

Mr. Arthur Noble, seconding, said they had a leader whom they were all proud. Who but 4*ir Edward Carson, with his great tact and ability and discretion could have piloted them so until now? Who but he, with his great legal knowledge, could have kept near the line and yet abstai
30 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SCOTTISH SHIPBUILDING. A Good Output.

SCOTTISH SHIPBUILDING. A Good Output.

The month now closing has seen a good output of new work from tho Scottish shipbuilding yards. Unfortunately, there is comparatively little th© way of orders coming in to take the empty berths. The total output for tho month is 47 vessels, with an aggregate of 63,000 tons, namel
30 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland