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GIRTHS.

GIRTHS.

n^TEN—December 4. 1912, at Bal!yhcrgan, li.v j. the wife of John H. Owen, daughter. }*IM December sth, 1912, Mopgavavotra, Madagascar, the wife of Albert F. Pun, Belfast a son. (By table.)
07 December 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

December 5, at Everton Terrace, Road. Matilda A., the dearly-loved of H and fourth daughter of the I.L Rov' \tex. Pollock, Ballycaston. Her rewains «iil removed for interment the City (emeterv morrow (Sunday), Bth amt., at nt. Service in St. Mary s Church at two sth, 1912. her r
07 December 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advanced Private Leader simple notes; nilis oi sale and ansoluie privacy guaranteed; letter ofl SDOlicauon prompt attention, and mtcndinj borrowers

Advanced Private Leader simple notes; nilis oi sale and ansoluie privacy guaranteed; letter ofl SDOlicauon prompt attention, and mtcndinj borrowers

at© waited upon repreoculauvc. is red lo complete irauauctwat oa terms mutuauyi arranged, cnarg© being made uaLco® Wn-meb* actually completed; quotauoua for short loans,— Writ© in C. Wells, 51, Exchequer Dahlia. Head Olfice; Corridor Chambers.
07 December 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST.

BELFAST.

KENSINGTON House, Knockfcred* Road, between Caatlereagh and Cregagh Roads; aiumg, bed rooms, washhouse, 3tc.; motor house, being thoroughly done up; splendid situation. —Apply, Jackson, Painter, CasUereagh ptroet. 6062 <*32 and Taxes.—Double Villa, facing Holy wood Road; 2 recep
07 December 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MOTOR NOTES.

MOTOR NOTES.

07 December 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MOTOR

MOTOR

make certain that it has
07 December 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN LAW REPORTS, YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN LAW REPORTS, YESTERDAY.

TRIALS AT, NISI PRIUS, Before the Lord Chief Baron. TRANSPORT UNION CASE. Lonf! t. Larkin.
07 December 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AROOLABS UNIONIST CLUB.

AROOLABS UNIONIST CLUB.

The monthly -meeting of this club was held on the evening of the 3rd inst.—tb© president, Mr. Geo. H. Oftfflldn, in tlie chair. Cbnaideiring the very inclement weather there was good attendance of members. After the usual routine business had been disposed of, the president anno
07 December 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LOWRY & CO.’S

LOWRY & CO.’S

DECEMBER 7, 1912. In the House Commons yesterday the committee stage o! the Established Church (Wales) Bill was resumed. On clause 3, Mr. Hoar© moved to omit the provision that the jurisdiction of the Ecclesiastical Courts should cease to exist. He characterised the Government’s
07 December 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GALLANTRY REWARDED AT HOLYW^OD

GALLANTRY REWARDED AT HOLYW^OD

meeting was held in the Town Hall, Holy* wood, on the night of the sth inst., make public acknowledgment of act of heroism, on the part of a boy named Thomas Robinson. Mr. John K. Stephens, J.P., presided, and the members the Holywood Urban Council were present, as well as large
07 December 1912 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland