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THE ULSTER WINTER

THE ULSTER WINTER

There ere till e few tickets remaining for Ibis unique event, end ietending petroas ere advised to secure these cerlj possible. Aren end Bekony Ticket Holders enter by Bedford Street Orchestra Tickets by Street Finn and Tickets SMYTH & CO., 81. DONEQALL STREET, ■Phon* 1939. Lwal
01 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PEEK BROS. AMD WINCH, LID.

PEEK BROS. AMD WINCH, LID.

Increase in Trade and Saecasstnl Year BURDENS ON TRADERS. "OpprerrtveTautiea" aad CeatroL The report and account* having been adopted, the chairman (who wa* received with ■cheer*) dealt acme detail with the balance-ahaet, whic h aaid the share holder* would agree wa* the best in
01 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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01 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST BELFAST

SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST BELFAST

*’£6oo Fahe Prtlancea.” Yext'rdav iu the local Coatodv Coort—befoto Mr. J. Gray, B.M.—a respect Wv-dressed yomtf woman named Sadie Clark, Hill, residing Lady Road, v, charged Sergeant with obtaining various suma money amounting i.j £6OO false pretences from Arthur L. M and Edwar
01 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FILLS

FILLS

will lx* found of tli'' neatest «crvicc. Thu vajn* a bln mopn ration haf non » gre«t reputation for •nark* judiscstici.. removing banishing a.- adaclic. preventing conatip. lion.’ ami rrstoring fl»« syalom normal There are many people to-day arc keeping thonuelvc* peric-et healt
01 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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m M-Kiim’s Linns.

m M-Kiim’s Linns.

M-Kiim’s Linns. The Morning Port says—The very remarkable aeries letters, of whieb we publish the first instalmenk this morning, exhibit the ex-German Emparar height his power and in the full tide that immense and subtle process intrigue which was tbs preoccupation his Ufr. and w
01 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
In addition to Prime Minister*» List, there are various other bestowals, nothbly of naval, military, and British Empire honours. OFFICE

In addition to Prime Minister*» List, there are various other bestowals, nothbly of naval, military, and British Empire honours. OFFICE

LIST. The following the list isaued lasi night from the Colonial Grace Order of Bt. Biehael and George. K.C.M.G.—Lieutenant Colonel Charios Richard Mackey O’Brien, Governor and Chief, Barbadoes; tho Hon. Wm. Herbert Hernes. Minister Railways and Native Affaira. Now Zealand; Sir
01 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH DRAUGHTS ASSOCIATION

IRISH DRAUGHTS ASSOCIATION

EMPLOYMENT, I A L, MINUAT.. M4NA- GKRIAL, gKCRETARIAL. bj A*n’£ BUSINESS MiN. dtaenc«ge<i ran roomy milk, «acumbf»oc«.— Appl>. An&ac b A, Jui reura fiarmui (•rqalnd >. uatul CuflUtt rurrirulm-i. rtrawlnf. nuwlc. drill.—Mn. D»rt», A«Mcy. X ftlmt. OOD Oeaerai d*iln.« Mc»R«tn«ni: r
01 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FARROW’S BANK Limited Bl.fi 7H.M* 4,Ml Mr. THOMAS FAKROW. HMd Ofllei 1, CKEAPSIOi. LONDON. E.C Even deseriptivi Joint Stock tmoutod.

FARROW’S BANK Limited Bl.fi 7H.M* 4,Ml Mr. THOMAS FAKROW. HMd Ofllei 1, CKEAPSIOi. LONDON. E.C Even deseriptivi Joint Stock tmoutod.

CUR T i a'!?tK n.'i *~ rt . BKSST2US3!S?& Foreign and Colonial Banking Bualnaaa of all daacHptlona undartakan. Mun rmmtttr m mmu. Call ar write for aaplanatonr Booklat. BELFAST! 74, HIOH STREET. THBOUBMOUT THE UNITED MINED
01 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PICTURE HOUSE, avenue TODAY. FRIDAY. * SATVRDAY. MARY PICKFORD in The Dawn of a To-morrow Also PAULINE FREDERICK Paid in

PICTURE HOUSE, avenue TODAY. FRIDAY. * SATVRDAY. MARY PICKFORD in The Dawn of a To-morrow Also PAULINE FREDERICK Paid in

Full. Prices of Admueioa: Stalls 1/-, Moony 2/- (tax includcil). Continaoni Performance : I to 10-30 p.m.
01 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland