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PRACTICAL WAR ECONOMY. Mrisniise Yoir Old Fire Crates.

PRACTICAL WAR ECONOMY. Mrisniise Yoir Old Fire Crates.

. * USE THE \ m EiSY\i ,■ FIT ALL • AdjtntaMe i Barless f'ro* Attract. anv oldi la&hionod r <1 rratolntoa Modern low. brie— fire a very nit all coat. MEAT COM FORT OAtWKO, FURL SAVSO. Fitting and Stmpis, Full partlmlarr from SOC-K AORIfTR— Richard Patterson & Co., 57 t 99. HIOH
14 January 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST ASYLUM COMMITTEE.

BELFAST ASYLUM COMMITTEE.

Estimates for Next Financial Tear- The monthly- merlins of the Committee of Management of the Belfast A-svlnm was held ▼estorday tin* City Hull. Councillor W. Macartney, .I.P. (chaimian). presided, and the other members present were-—Professor Lindsay. Mr. F. ,T.P.; Aldermen S T
14 January 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AMERICA AID THI SUGAR PROBLEM

AMERICA AID THI SUGAR PROBLEM

AMERICA AID SUGAR PROBLEM Ho VmUAi Follow Liftto* of KMtrloiloot. The New York correspondent of the Central News write*—Most people know that while the food position remained critical the American Food Administration waa extremely restrict the consumption of sugar there, as provi
14 January 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MANY OF OUR

MANY OF OUR

FINEST PUBLIC AND OTHER MEMORIALS ave fallen into a state deoat. W«». M* Expert*, offer undertake the Restoration aucn 0. & 0. MCANN, Monumental Bculpfor», Stone Carter*. 40., m FALLS ROAD, LLLKAST. ’Ebon.: Bfllati
1 January 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TODAY- from 1/3 to jior Y«nj. For •30 WVII Veutilatcd DOWN II.TS. Setecn. M-itli A»-»).t/v| (.V>louritics. W*«rh 30/- For DEPT.-600

TODAY- from 1/3 to jior Y«nj. For •30 WVII Veutilatcd DOWN II.TS. Setecn. M-itli A»-»).t/v| (.V>louritics. W*«rh 30/- For DEPT.-600

Yards TWEED. 50 inches widr. full Ho»ilh«*r J«nJ Wo»th 12*11 prr Yanl. 320 All P.iro Woi.l rHEVRYI FRIEZE, it. iill boat of Srasott. Wortii per «r t Yard. For * . 200 Yar NAVY COSTUME SERGE. inches wide A Worth per Yard. For ... ; ... .. HIGH ST. S.U.K THIS DAY. ROBSONS FAIR DAY
1 January 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
lOTth Infantry Brigade.

lOTth Infantry Brigade.

Brigade Commander—Brigadier-General W. M. Will-yenmix*, C.M.O. Brigade Major—Captain M. F Day, M.C., Yorkshire Light Infantry. StalT-Captain-Captain J. T. bill Royal Irish Rifles (Kart Belfast)—Lieut-Col. H. T. Polly 9th Royal Irish Rifle* (Wept Belfast)—Lieut.-Col. F. P. Crcrie
1 January 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
108'h Infantry Brigade.

108'h Infantry Brigade.

Brigade Commander Brigadier-General E. yauphan, D.S.O. Brigaao Major—CapUin C. F. Wilkina, D. 8.0.. M.C., Kora! Irish Rifle*. Staff C^pum—-Captain V. B. Roger* M.C. Ist Koval Irish Fusiliers—Lieut -Col T. A. Lowe, D. 5.6.. M.C. Koval Jrisli Fuailiere—Lieut.-Col. (J. M. Forda, D.
1 January 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GOYERNNBNT CONTROL

GOYERNNBNT CONTROL

During the pregresa of the var the increasing Government requirements for aeroplane and linen fabrics led the gmdiai establishment stringent Government supervision over the linen trade. Civil business was reduced low point, and in relation to tbe and Irish flax crops the became
1 January 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHAFTESBURY HOUSE TUTORIAL COLLEGE. 3. BOTANIC AVENUE. WILL RESUMED CLASSES BELFAST. IN ALL MONDAY. 6th JANUARY. ZEN o'clock. Pimiln prepared

SHAFTESBURY HOUSE TUTORIAL COLLEGE. 3. BOTANIC AVENUE. WILL RESUMED CLASSES BELFAST. IN ALL MONDAY. 6th JANUARY. ZEN o'clock. Pimiln prepared

for •!! Entrance and SchoUnbip hxaniinatioii?. Profcseional Prelims., Army and Nary Entrance. Bank Clerkship*, and Genenl Business Appointments. GRADED CLASSES. Spot uiU*ta for all Subjects. MODERATE FEES. 161 Successes since October, 1917. Full particulars on appliemtton to the
1 January 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SKERRYS’ COLLEGE 143 ROYAL AY. & 35. HIGH ST., Will RE-OPEN in all Sections On THURSDAY, 2nd January. Candidates at

SKERRYS’ COLLEGE 143 ROYAL AY. & 35. HIGH ST., Will RE-OPEN in all Sections On THURSDAY, 2nd January. Candidates at

forthcoming Civil Service and Bank Examinations are strongly recommended to join on date of re>opening. Telephone 7Jb
1 January 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland