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LADIES' BOOT DEPARTMENT. ' Pairs Ladies’ Cloth Top Lacs Boots, Glace. Goloshed, Short toe, no toecap. hixh Cuban heel, in

LADIES' BOOT DEPARTMENT. ' Pairs Ladies’ Cloth Top Lacs Boots, Glace. Goloshed, Short toe, no toecap. hixh Cuban heel, in

Brown. Black Navy. Sale Brice 2GRegular.Price, 316. Also with longer vamp and toecap. Same price—extra good value. Pairs Ladies’ Fancy Shoes, in patent leather and glace kid. Sale Price 38 6. Regular Price, 42/-. Court and Cromwell, with sttel buckle. Very smart, suitable .or 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
 
DIVIDENDS AND BSPOETS.

DIVIDENDS AND BSPOETS.

(•ol<l to the value of 3.000.000 doMnrs hi* Urn engaged for export to Bombay, a New mew-age. Heuter* Male* that owing to telegraphic error tva« Mated that the cro*> eamii*g.« of Pndftc Kail - ay for the month November ►hoard of 2.343,761 dollars over iho earniuga during the eorT
01 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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DAILY. THE INVESTOR’S VADE WECDH la addition to the dally editorial teat am which have rendered THE FINANCIAL NEWS" indispeuaHe to every up-tonlate invertor, a contioootu acrlcr of SPECIAL ARTICLES on IMPORTANT COMMERCIAL TOPICS puMirhed throughout the week. Give your Newtagent
01 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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BANGOR ORANGE WOMEN AND LORD

BANGOR ORANGE WOMEN AND LORD

FRENCH. behalf of members of the Bangor Women’s L.O.L. No. 18. Miss L. Stewart, bon. secretary, has addressed letter to his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant congratulating him on his providential escape in the recent attack upon his life, and expressing the hope that he might long
01 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Tk« “Dml." It wu in such tkwfc Um Go ▼«nuMnt offend (be eurjdue stock Umr left heads, ead tried find e purekeeer for. £6.000,000 worth el doth kmfw required for warlike puxpoees. now. with after knowledge, say what might might not hare been done, or oven what should have been don
01 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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01 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORK SEAMAR’S BAD FATE.

CORK SEAMAR’S BAD FATE.

inquert w«, held »t Pembroke Dock Teilerd*. Patrick Ilonurne. » retire Cork, one of «i nirn »bo lost their Urea through the cepeieuig of boat Urt Seturde* night. nerel men wore in service boat when, owing the quarrelsome nature of one of tho victims, tho craft capsued, the sole
01 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH EVANGELISATION SOCIETY.

IRISH EVANGELISATION SOCIETY.

An martin* Ihe «*wHfee tlw Uoa just be*B held ll*« office* of the hhwl>. 61. Avenue The eomniutfc ilj®<*ea»wii were joined by * fe« friend. The of the was to wish one of the agent* of tn.' iv Mr. Joeeph as lie set o»' for new cvanfelo-tn service fu ranad*. may be meulioned that
01 January 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland