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AN INVITATION.

AN INVITATION.

OUR COSTUME AND MILLINERY BUYERS HAVE AGAIN RETURNED FROM LONDON. WE ARE NOW SHOWING THE SMARTEST AND NEWEST GOODS FOR PRESENT WEAR. WE INVITE INSPECTION. ANDERSON & M'AULEY, WARM WEATHER NOVELTIES. OUR COSTUME BUYER IB AT PRESENT in LONDON. shall SHOW daring THIS WEEK LATEST NO
27 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
'Phone 99.

'Phone 99.

fc CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION. BELFAST AUCTION ROOMS-40. CHICHESTER STREET. MONDAY. Y» AT 11-30. Auction of valuable eastern and British carpets for rooms, stairs, AND LANDINGS (being portion an important Stock in Liquidation). W. P. GRAY & MACDOWELL, LTD., ’Phone 99. AUCTIONEERS
27 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Belfast News-Letter, PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS Are inserted the (allowing re tee SO Words, 6d; or 4 insertions (or Is 6d. Words,

Belfast News-Letter, PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS Are inserted the (allowing re tee SO Words, 6d; or 4 insertions (or Is 6d. Words,

9d| „ (or Bd. SO Words, Ist or „ (or 8s Od. SB Words, Is Bd| or „ lor Ss 9d. 40 Words, Is 6d| n (or 4s 6d. Mastad part of IdTeriheraeats set Prspsld sill he ebsrdsd the minimum rsts of 2s 64 seek insertion. Ussal rats words. Orldlsal Tsstlraoslali Ikssld snisr ns sir. susstaacss
27 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ADELAIDE PARK.

ADELAIDE PARK.

Villa Residence, known lona,” close to Malone Road; south aspect; immediate possession.—B. R. KENNEDY, Agent, 32, Wellington Place. ROSEVILLE, Situated Antrim Road, containing three large Reception-rooms, five Bedrooms, Bathroom, A’c.; immediate possession.—R. R. KENNEDY, Agent.
27 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Claim for Goods Bold.

Claim for Goods Bold.

John M'Auley, trading aa M'Auley & M'Hroy, 164. Cromac Street, building contractors, sued Richard Lusty, 2 and 4, Brown Square, dealer, to recover £2O 16s for goods sold and delivered. Mr. William Beattie (instructed Mr. Thos. M'Kinty) appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. T. J. C
27 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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BRANKILL ROAD MISSION,

BRANKILL ROAD MISSION,

Tho strength of the above mission staff baa during past week been put into series of very interesting and well conducted services particularly intended for young people. Each night found large number gathered for the meeting. A choir w r as formed, and the youug people themsolve
27 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE GRIMSBY FISHING TRADE.

THE GRIMSBY FISHING TRADE.

Threatened Strike of Trawleri' Engineers. A serious situation has aiisoti in the Grimsby fishery trade the decision the meeting yesterday of the Grimsby fishing vessel engineers, representing over 90 per cent, of the trawlers* engineers, to come out on strike upon given signal o
27 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Messrs. C. A J. Burns, Ltd.

Messrs. C. A J. Burns, Ltd.

Mr. Charles James Higginbotham, merchant Glasgow, has joined the Board of Directors Messrs. G. A J. Burns. Limited, shipowners, i'J, Jamaica Street, Glasgow,
27 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOW THE RIFLES WERE LANDED

HOW THE RIFLES WERE LANDED

The Transport Arrangements. Local waters have been the scene of many stir ring events, which have found place on the pag • of history, but lit© latest a< hievoinent of the Lis tor Volunteer Force overshadows them all, the coup d’etat having been carried out with astonishing auda
27 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COOKSTOWN.

COOKSTOWN.

Tha first indication of anything unusual in Cookstowa district on the evening of the 24th inst. was the appearance numerous motors travelling from Tyrone in a northward direction toward County Derry. The cars were driven a leisurely fashion, generally two or three together. It t
27 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland