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DEATHS.

DEATHS.

Barter—December 26, at her residence. 19, Charlotte Street. Sallyruours, Margaret. eltleet daughter of the late S a muel Baxter, Tattykeel, Co. Tyrone), and eater of the late John Baster, keq., Co.C., Ballymoney. Mosee—December 10 (suddealy), Margaret Borger, Sallyesirn Maass, L
01 January 1920 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GLASGOW STOCK EXCHANCI

GLASGOW STOCK EXCHANCI

Glasgow, W ednesday Evening The market closed the year active and very firm generally, with the upward movement continuing. Coats new shares were quoted rights, dividend and bonus a price qeuai to about the old form. Fastness Don* i. oD- Opd. SS’* Thread (*rd- ... 72,« Cou. i»rd
01 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PIKERIX PARK TRAQEDT.

THE PIKERIX PARK TRAQEDT.

Compensation Claim by Kennedy' It reported that, in connection with the recent shooting tragedy in Phoenix Park, Dublin, the relatives the man, Lewrencc Kennedy, who was killed on the occasion, are about to in- stituto proceedings against the Secretary of State for War to recove
01 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PREMIER ON THE OUTLOOK

PREMIER ON THE OUTLOOK

A CALL TO THE NATION. United Effort Needed in the Mew TO RESTORE THE COUHTRT'B PROSPERITY. The Prime Minister, in K*w Year message to tbs nation through the medium ot to-day*• Manchester “Daily Dispatch, say*;— bid farewell to fateful year, which ha* witnessed the signing of pea
01 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LORD GREY RETURNING BOMB.

LORD GREY RETURNING BOMB.

Washington, Tuesday. Lord Grey left this evening for New York, whence will tail on Saturday on tbe Aoqui tank Lord Grey’s request special steps were taken arrange visit to President Wilson.—Beater. Dublin Castle, which was pursuing deliberately provocative policy, parading machi
01 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THB DOBPIT CONFEREHCB,

THB DOBPIT CONFEREHCB,

Helsinkion, Tueaday. The Bolshevik peace detepstion returned to veaterdav. M. Kraasta hat been replaced by M. Gukovsky, and the delefttion has been enlarged by the tn.-luvion naval expen end Count Benckendor*.—Keuter. EXECUTIONS IN BDDI-PBBTB. British RepressntstlTs’s Protest Be
01 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BELFAST KiS WB-LlfiTT’KHa THURSPAYg JANUARY 1. 1920.

THE BELFAST KiS WB-LlfiTT’KHa THURSPAYg JANUARY 1. 1920.

THE BELFAST WB-LlfiTT’KHa THURSPAYg JANUARY 1. 1920. DISABLED EX-SERVICE MEN. Over 24,000 in Ulster. AH TO EVPItOTBBA ninth nuadiut of the Uliter District Selertiv. Coamittce of the Sliniitrr of Labour was held the Grand Central Hotel, Belfast, Tuoidsy Uit. Mr. H. M. Polio*. D L.
01 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NATIONAL BANK, LIMITED. A BRANCH THIS BANK WIU, BE OPENED 98-100. FALLS ROAD. BELFAST On FRIDAY, ill* 2nd Jsniuij,

THE NATIONAL BANK, LIMITED. A BRANCH THIS BANK WIU, BE OPENED 98-100. FALLS ROAD. BELFAST On FRIDAY, ill* 2nd Jsniuij,

1920, And nil] in cbnrc* ©I Mr. JOHN M'KKNNA. (By order the Board) J. J. O’CONNELL, General Manager. 34, Collage Green, Dublin.
01 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GRAND ANNUAL BALL,

GRAND ANNUAL BALL,

On Wednesday evening, 7th January, 1920, the great annual event, the Nazareth House Ball, takes place in St. Columb’s Hall. This is one of the most popular of Derry’s social functions, and always commands the biggest medo of popular support. The claims of the House are as great
01 January 1920 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
AT mo: ! OF ffKBMTA BLOWN Berlin, Wednesday. A telegram from Belgrade to the * repoits that a terrib© dynamite-exploeion

AT mo: ! OF ffKBMTA BLOWN Berlin, Wednesday. A telegram from Belgrade to the * repoits that a terrib© dynamite-exploeion

has occurred there, by whicjb.'tho Prince Regent Alexander and twenty-six others were killed, while fifty persons were injured.' The message' adds that so far the cause the explosion has not been dearly ascertained. OF MR. SOBER? NEELY, What moat be regarded aa striking proof of
01 January 1920 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland