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WEEK-END TRIP TO ORKNEY ISLANDS. SALOON FARE, £3 Ik Od, INCLUDING MEALS ON STEAMERS AND Full Board Fint-claa> Hotel Stroroncaa.

WEEK-END TRIP TO ORKNEY ISLANDS. SALOON FARE, £3 Ik Od, INCLUDING MEALS ON STEAMERS AND Full Board Fint-claa> Hotel Stroroncaa.

From every Wednesday at 8 p.m., via Weat Higbland Sounds, due back at Belfaat on Monday Morning. Apply for Illustrated Booklet to THE ANTRIM IRON ORE CO.. LTD., 159 VICTORIA CHAMBERS. Belfast.
29 August 1913 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN. IMPERIAL HOTEL, DUBLIN. Most modern, comfortable, and BEST' SITUATED. CONVENIENT TO THE THEATRES AND RAILWAY STATIONS. BANQUETS, WEDDING BREAKFASTS,

DUBLIN. IMPERIAL HOTEL, DUBLIN. Most modern, comfortable, and BEST' SITUATED. CONVENIENT TO THE THEATRES AND RAILWAY STATIONS. BANQUETS, WEDDING BREAKFASTS,

Ac., CATERED FOR. HIGH CLASS CUISINE. Electric Light and Elevator. Telephone 2006. BBS
29 August 1913 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST ART SOCIETY.

BELFAST ART SOCIETY.

In Th 'The sizrteenth annual meeting of the above a society was held in 49, Queen Street. on 3rd Decen. ber. There was a fair attendance, considering the R irnclement sate of the weather. Mr. Laird, vice o president, presided, and read a letter of apology ,d fronm the Lord Mayor
07 December 1897 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

Emptrial Varliamr.-I-It. HOUSE OF COMMONS-WEDNESDAY, FEB. 19. The Speaker took the chair at four o'clock, In answer to a question from Mr. MILNES, Sir R. PEEL stated, that in the beginning of last year certain Italian refugees, subjects of Austria, resided in the British possessi
25 February 1845 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOTEL STAFFS WANTED

HOTEL STAFFS WANTED

rjANCOR Hotel requires fully experienced Housekeeper, capable of managing start: also tully experienced Kitchen-maid, two Waitresses and two Housemaids. —References to X7Bl, "News-Letter." KITCHEN Porter, ex-army man. service pension, wants work Porter; experienced" seaside pref
01 July 1937 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
T3ELFAST Solicitor has vacancy for an Articled Apprentice; moderate premium. M 7. “News-Letter,"

T3ELFAST Solicitor has vacancy for an Articled Apprentice; moderate premium. M 7. “News-Letter,"

01 July 1937 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HELEN’S BAY LADIES’ CLUB.

HELEN’S BAY LADIES’ CLUB.

The competition for the Challenge Cop was played on the inat., the winner being Miss A. Haslelt. Detaila;— Ist Round—Mr*. T. M'Mullan (7) beat Miaa "Me»ds" (U)-S up and pluy. Him A. Huslett (8) beat Miss & Ttylot (8)-4 and 2 to play. 2nd Round—Miaa Edwards (11) beat Mwa Haalett
18 September 1902 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GREYHOUND RAGING

GREYHOUND RAGING

TO-NIGHT. First Race 8-0 p.m. SEVEN RACES PRICES OF ADMISSION 1/-) (inc. Tax), and Cd. Rights Reserved.
08 March 1934 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RUGBY FOOTBALL

RUGBY FOOTBALL

CHANCE IN WELSH XV. Rees-Jones Unable to Play on Saturday G. Ecm-Jodcs (Oxford University), (he Weifh wing three-quarter, is unable to play against Ireland at Swansea on Saturday owing to injury. His place will be taken by Arthur Bassett (Aberavon). a new “cap.” BALLYMENA SCHOOL
08 March 1934 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOREIGN RAILS

FOREIGN RAILS

Cord Cent. 5 6 + Do. Ist dh 2312 2512 + 2 Do. 5 9 11 +l2 Enlre Rice 19 21+1 (it. Wt*t. (Rrasrill 10 0 15/0 Lropolrtina HI2 1212 Nitrate 72/0 74/0 San Paulo 7912 8312 + h •U. Havana 4 6 (Nord 6% 10512 612 +34 •Midi 10512 612 + 3 4 RNMENT BONDS I German 7 9154 9254 -I4 Potash 9212
08 March 1934 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland