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NOTHING LIKE IT BEFORE.

NOTHING LIKE IT BEFORE.

The demand bos been abnormal. The reason is: are selling oat Suits at Cash Prices, and allowing our Customers by instalments. Marvellous value in Suitings at Two Guineas the Suit Order. You should call and see them. If you cannot spare the time write us for patterns.—ECLlPSE. 12
June 25, 1910 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO CAVAN, LEITH IM A LON GKO HD

TO CAVAN, LEITH IM A LON GKO HD

CAVAN, LEITH IM A LON GKO THE IRISH POST. NATIVES THE ABOVE COUNTIES RESIDENT BELFAST SHOULD READ THE "IRISH POST. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. IT CONTAINS COMPLBTE NEWS THE WEEK. AND PULL REPORTS ALL LOCAL AND DISTRICT EVENTS. ILLUSTRATED IN A SUPERIOR MANNER.
June 25, 1910 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SABBATH SCHOOL

SABBATH SCHOOL

ANNIVERSARY SERVICES, JUNE 2Sth, 1910. Preachers: Morning, 11.30-REV. W. J. HANSON. Afternoon. 3.0-REV. W. J. BAIRD. BA. Evening, 7.O—REV. W. J. HANSON. Special Music. Special Collections at all the Services behalf of Sabbath School Funds. 011501 BLOOMFIELD UE CON GREG TIONAL CH
June 25, 1910 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JDiiiJ-ix'Abx v 'xinLiLiuilAj. i 'AQt DOCTOR’S FEES. ENNISKILLEN UARIMANS SUED Judge Craig and Professional Foes. At Enniskillen Quarter Sessions Friday,

JDiiiJ-ix'Abx v 'xinLiLiuilAj. i 'AQt DOCTOR’S FEES. ENNISKILLEN UARIMANS SUED Judge Craig and Professional Foes. At Enniskillen Quarter Sessions Friday,

before his Honour Judge Craig, K.C., Dt. Wilson, medical officer of the union, processed the Enniskillen Poor Law Guardians for JE3 for work done and services performed at their request, and for car hire on the oc- YESTERDAY’S COMMERCIAL LONDON STOCK KXCHANGF. Mr. J. F. Wray, LL
June 25, 1910 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUNDALK PETTY BBBSIONS. BETTING PROSECUTIONS. This court was held on Friday before Mr. J. J. Flynn Captain H. de Vero

DUNDALK PETTY BBBSIONS. BETTING PROSECUTIONS. This court was held on Friday before Mr. J. J. Flynn Captain H. de Vero

Pery. R.M., Messrs. B. Hamill and James M’Conrt. _ , The King, at the prosecution of Heau- Constable Myles, charged Peter Grogan. Park Street. Dundalk, for that, being the occupier room or office, did unlawfully open use the same for the purpose of betting, ami nersone resorting
June 25, 1910 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CLOSING PRICES.

CLOSING PRICES.

Consols 82], Tintos G6|. Rueeian New 104. Japanese 4] per cent. Ist IOOi, Japanese 5 per cent. 1907 105], Brighton A 9IJ, Caledonian Deferred 251. South-Eastern A 381. North- Eastern 135], Great Eastern 87], North British 31]. Great Northern Deferred 46]. London & North-Western
June 25, 1910 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Fin lay’s ££ Soaps

Fin lay’s ££ Soaps

Fin lay’s Soaps unsurpassed for parity and excellence of quality. White Curd: For finest fabrics and toilet tree, Queen's: A high-class bar soap—scented. SUhstone : The original rapid cleanser. These soaps cleanse thoroughly without injury to fabric, leaving the clothes sweet as
June 25, 1910 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LOST SWAN HILDA’S CREW.

LOST SWAN HILDA’S CREW.

A Lloyd’s Puerto Arena* (Chili) message Friday says the first officer and of the crew* saved from the British barque Swan Hilda, before reported ashore at Staten Island, have embarked on the British steamer Oropesa. The rest the crew were drowned.
June 25, 1910 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
definite object. My experience of Enrol District Councils (my knowledge is of a limited degree) Is that they will not

definite object. My experience of Enrol District Councils (my knowledge is of a limited degree) Is that they will not

readily recommend the levying of rate for any purpose whatsoever unless perfectly assured that the result obtained will not be less and preferably rather more than the cost incurred. To give grant to school not immediately under their jurisdiction might appear a very doubtful pr
June 25, 1910 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EASY TERMS.

EASY TERMS.

Men’s and Boys' Beits great variety. Boots. Black and Tan. Ladies' Dress Goods, Ac. Accounts Opened Daily receiving Name and Address. Payments can be our Office.—'The CLOTHIERS AND TAILORS, 131 Street, next door ta Post Office. 010446 P
June 25, 1910 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland