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JOHN MILLIGEN & CO.. LID., la DONEGALL SQUARE NORTH. COAL MERCHANTS. Tcl«pbasi« (3 Um). -Co«l. *

JOHN MILLIGEN & CO.. LID., la DONEGALL SQUARE NORTH. COAL MERCHANTS. Tcl«pbasi« (3 Um). -Co«l. *

18 June 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOW DEN & P. H. CHARLEY TiLsraoMC 1755. COAL MERCHANTS, 14, DONEQALL SQUABE WEST.

HOW DEN & P. H. CHARLEY TiLsraoMC 1755. COAL MERCHANTS, 14, DONEQALL SQUABE WEST.

18 June 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Heavy Weight Championship of Great Britain.

Heavy Weight Championship of Great Britain.

BXOKZTT XVOCKB OUT OODDAXD. At Olympia lut nl<ht _ MM » hemry wmcht boxlof of more th»o iowrett. whim Frank Ooddird, ItM ol tiw Qoms'; Bum. rad Am Beekatt. of geuUmmftea, out for the haavywcls&t championablp of Britain. Bee kail and Goddard had aaat before some el»h-teen ago, an
18 June 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
In accordano* with thn Treasury Regnlaiiona th« following ■tetflOMnt ii madeNo pert proceeds of this issue be applied for Capital

In accordano* with thn Treasury Regnlaiiona th« following ■tetflOMnt ii madeNo pert proceeds of this issue be applied for Capital

purposes outside the United Kingdom* replace money which has been so applied. The special permission of the Committee the Stork Exchange for dealing in the Shares now offered for Subscription on allotment is being applied and an application for an official quotation will made in
18 June 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
(2\ A- bilungs. '* * 2nd Engineman, H.M.S. Min

(2\ A- bilungs. '* * 2nd Engineman, H.M.S. Min

A- bilungs. '* * 2nd Engineman, H.M.S. Min ** “Having been minesweeping since the beginning of 1916, my nerves had completely gone to pieoes with the constant strain, so thought I would try Phosferine, and now I can honestly say that never felt better in my life, and I am 46 year
18 June 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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UBBTOH ▼. OAVKHILL.

UBBTOH ▼. OAVKHILL.

i (ad Wood* II.) brat M'llvreo and JcSrira cO-K. d-S. «.». H.wthora ud PaitbUl (C.) lirat Bailor and Wllaoi 1 1. —6-3, & s lC) (l ri SS‘ Marshal! (C.)—9-7. 6-1. Morriaoo •nd Mm. Hcjtoq <C.I brat fcjd atii Mi» Kirkwood (L.r—*-«. MlhJt. arravn and Tat* (C.) brat M'Htnry and mi— Ki
18 June 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
If you are holder of British Government Treasury Bills, inned before June Ist, 1919, War Loan, 1923-45, 5* and 6*

If you are holder of British Government Treasury Bills, inned before June Ist, 1919, War Loan, 1923-45, 5* and 6*

Exchequer Bonds. 1919, 1920,1921,1922, National War Bonds, inned before Feb. Ist, 1919,
18 June 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Use your Right of Comrersion

Use your Right of Comrersion

The right of using your Stock, or Bonds, or Treasury Bills in payment for Victory Loan is valuable. It is an option which thousands of investors have paid money down to secure. Now the time has come to exercise it. Once the Subscription Lists for the Victory Loan arc closed, you
18 June 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BLOCKADE CODECIL

THE BLOCKADE CODECIL

Preparing for German Rafnial. Sir William -Mitchell Thornpion, the Bniuh member the Supreme Blockade Council, left for London yeeterday for tbo purpose of coniorrinjr with the Executive Department the Council con conun* the meeearee be taken in the event of Germany refunn* aifn
18 June 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DOCHIBB or VBBTUI DITOBCB SUIT.

DOCHIBB or VBBTUI DITOBCB SUIT.

A Deeres Kiel Greeted. . Tl« DutbM* of WottaiißMor'a petition for reoebod lOoee repreeenune the petitioner tkat *ba »ould be The Duka and Durheta wen Buried St. Paul i. Enlchtabridn. on 16th February, 1901. and there tluee children. Up till June. 1910, the Duke and Duchua lived
18 June 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland