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M C KNI6B , > otccs. nacuuu mtmnm. Boss’s Victoria Hotel,

M C KNI6B , > otccs. nacuuu mtmnm. Boss’s Victoria Hotel,

7 October 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST, HOLY WOOD AND GABTLEREA6H JOINT BOARD. •VrOTICE 18 HKHEBY UIVEN THAT THE AUDIT THE A(XX)UNTB w* abore- lit mod

BELFAST, HOLY WOOD AND GABTLEREA6H JOINT BOARD. •VrOTICE 18 HKHEBY UIVEN THAT THE AUDIT THE A(XX)UNTB w* abore- lit mod

JOINT BOARD for ih* Kranrial pemd «nM M* Mix*. UU, will oprnnl in th« CITY HAU i. BEI>ABl'. O. BRYAN, OwnmaMt AwfHor, on i« wji) NKADAr/ m October, UU, 10 o'clock i.m , when end where Objection! to inr mailer contained in the laid Mrntal Accaanta win heard. Account! will open du
7 October 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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£ditb Samtt’s JUUfft'mn 57, DoocflaO Place, Bdfast
20 October 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOAD SPIED QRAMT ABAHDomed Dwrf Comity Council’* Action, adjourned quarterly of .County Council was held in ('olerair. , J d.-Clark.

BOAD SPIED QRAMT ABAHDomed Dwrf Comity Council’* Action, adjourned quarterly of .County Council was held in ('olerair. , J d.-Clark.

MX (X^ - . „ The other member, present ..... \j O'JJt®. J.P.; Andrew Cl.rk., .1 f OH. O Neill, J.P.; W. G. Webb j Browne, J.P - Robert X Jfillcn, J.P.; John Momßon, J.P.; Janut K , MT-ollum, end Wm J. Hilton. J.P The County Surveyor (Mr. C. I ???* w, practicebihty cmpkiyinir >.
20 October 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
the money market. yyeek-end Credits Arranged at Easy Rates. short bills wanted. London. Saturday, again plentiful, balances tlie market quite

the money market. yyeek-end Credits Arranged at Easy Rates. short bills wanted. London. Saturday, again plentiful, balances tlie market quite

early m the day. .il old loans the general rate «saa ..•it . hut before the close accommol„ week end «ould have l>een ar per cent. Weekly fixtures re!»•. rent, to per cent. In the diat lit re was again a keen demand on hat for hills maturing within the tl.. *r 'till lower rates
20 October 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Lomxm •saxk.

•saxk. Qra. la. d <tn. a. d. «r* a. d. isi.wnat... i«»iamo UStsft~ SS '&\ LIVaBPOOL OOTTOH. Saturn of Cotton Mocks. *c.. for week ended Octobar 18th, 1819. Impart *•(••■ |Bapeet»te«t itttl U7t Snalllaa _ - aw 1.000 51« 1270 Eaypttaa - IUH 7.00 «U ts.tSO pvruvlan _ Ml« I*2 W.it# 6
20 October 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COAL SHORTAOt.

COAL SHORTAOt.

NOW it tb« time remedy the defects, repair, alter, or azUnd your Heatit.g Apparatus ititial all Hai»e> of Hot Water and Steam Heating Plants. Fuel economy and a guaranteed job form ih4 principle upon which no*k. Advice and Estimates free. JOHNSON Si CO*. Heating .Specialists. Th
20 October 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER FARMERS' UNION- F L AX PROTEST MEETINGS-11 HE FOLLOWING MEETINGS HAVE BEEN ARRANGED TO PROTEST AGAINST THE PRESENT PRICES

ULSTER FARMERS' UNION- F L AX PROTEST MEETINGS-11 HE FOLLOWING MEETINGS HAVE BEEN ARRANGED TO PROTEST AGAINST THE PRESENT PRICES

FIXED FOR THE 1819 FLAX CROP:- (CO. ARMAGH!—OcU COLLONE (CO. ARMAGH)—OotoIi 8 p.m. KILLEAVY (CO ARMAGH) —Octet 8 p.m. WHITECROBB (00. ARMAGH)—! «t 8 p.m. NEWRY—October 30th, 2 30 p.m. COMBER—November 3rd, 8 p.m. BALLYCABTLE—November 4th, al 8 p.m. DYAN (CALEDON) —November at p.m
20 October 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Transport Triumph!:

The Transport Triumph!:

The Transport Triumph! FROM the Tilbury Docks during the railway strike over 10,000 tons of gpgds' were transported motor lorries in hours, as against .lyboe tons in twelve hours This stupendous achievement speaks volumes tor the reliability and efficiency of the new arm ot trans
20 October 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BY THE WAY. To Settle the Irish Question ? Two deputations of Arabs, headed chiefs now in Great Britain, hope

BY THE WAY. To Settle the Irish Question ? Two deputations of Arabs, headed chiefs now in Great Britain, hope

to visit Ireland about fortnight hence. RmmUt's Latest This is fa# a season cf dancing. Even the unemployed German soldiers have been bitten by the craze, and the tune they wilt dance ii "Tho Colts Dream." France's War Material. France has still £600,000,000 worth war material o
20 October 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland