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29 March 1913 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MODERN BUSINESS METHODS. Business methods have undergone many changes and improvements since the days that John Gilpin, the good Cheapside

MODERN BUSINESS METHODS. Business methods have undergone many changes and improvements since the days that John Gilpin, the good Cheapside

Linen Draper, made history. -• Me-,hods of business enter into the competition of to-day u well as qualities and prices. It is therefore necessary for the smaller centres, such as Armagh, to keep with developments, and leave behind those ways of doing things which served t leir
29 March 1913 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEITHS.

DEITHS.

LZONAILD—Mareb 17. st bee moyle Street. Elisabeth. third daughter et late James Leonard. LYNN—Marel 12. at her realdence, 100 Doter Street. Itarah Jane .Saralo. )oungest daughter William 11. and Lynu. LYNN—March If tauddenl) at her mildest. $ Aberdeen Street. Amelia I,ynti. MANN
29 March 1913 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SAINTSBURY AFFAIR,

THE SAINTSBURY AFFAIR,

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29 March 1913 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
/BM t is the sitack I deal bed to the Sella

/BM t is the sitack I deal bed to the Sella

29 March 1913 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROUD OF "TELEGRAPH." GIVES NEWS RAPIDLY. t BELFAST LIBEL SUIT. BUILDING SOCIETY'S AFFAIRS. TRIAL AT WINTER ASSIZES.

PROUD OF "TELEGRAPH." GIVES NEWS RAPIDLY. t BELFAST LIBEL SUIT. BUILDING SOCIETY'S AFFAIRS. TRIAL AT WINTER ASSIZES.

29 March 1913 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DIED FROR EXPOSURE.

DIED FROR EXPOSURE.

The circumstances attending the death of a woman named Mary Sleith. aged 94 years. ife of Thomas J. Sleith, farmer and blacksmith, living at Mullyrodden, who died on the 29th ult., formed the subject of an inguest held in Dungannon Workhouse by Mr. John Malone, coroner inr the d
10 May 1913 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIGONIEL WORKING MEN'S CLUB.

LIGONIEL WORKING MEN'S CLUB.

.% two-days' sale of eork and cake fair in counection with Ligoniel Working Alen's Club was told St. Mark's Schoolroom. Ilallynillaul. the ceremony being formed by Whitla. The chair was occupied by Mr. F. W. Finlay, J.P., and there was a large attendance. The proceeds are in aid
10 May 1913 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST INTENTIONS.

LATEST INTENTIONS.

The following list of patents relating to Irish industries (specially compiled for the " Tele. graph" by B. D. Pitspatrkek Co.. Chartered Patent Agent,. of 94 Btrort. and of N lieotttali Provident Buildings, were granted and mmetted byv the Government during the ending Mai April
10 May 1913 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SECRET OF ALLENBY.

THE SECRET OF ALLENBY.

R. MURRAY GILCHRIST "t Pedklaml Faggot,'!" Paseioi e l'id;;thLng," tor I—As Sr : Willeuvhby o•di way n:. Lord Greenlow. .• ,litA down lie oseusted and while at the hmee tir,enlow ' s dangitte r • l go-at de.treoe, • v. .on.etking tcroble haat taken .• all go to Allenby ol tirera
10 May 1913 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland