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THE COUNTY DOWN RAILWAY.

THE COUNTY DOWN RAILWAY.

Mr. Charles A. Moore, manager of the Belfast and Oonnty Down Railway, was next examined, and stated his company was situated in a rather pro*»peroas pari of the country. It hai the highest receipt* of any line in Ireland being equal to jE1.957 per mile for the year 1905. claimed
November 13, 1908 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
P.rim M«ric*n Rmlm ~ 15% Lomkmlteo .. 1)8 Soothcrn PkeiAo 118 U riiwouM •• &% Nortbera Pacifio 154^4

P.rim M«ric*n Rmlm ~ 15% Lomkmlteo .. 1)8 Soothcrn PkeiAo 118 U riiwouM •• &% Nortbera Pacifio 154^4

P.rim M«ric*n Rmlm ~ 15% Lomkmlteo .. 1)8 Soothcrn PkeiAo 118 U riiwouM Nortbera Pacifio AMERICAN PRODUCE MARKET CniCAOO, nanfcy. T«rt«r»uri TV4«r* Swtcntejr To^taTa » l * , « Oteiac. Opcains. Kais*— CRICAOO. Tfc—liy. , « Yeievdej Owtoe OpMiag Oloalas Opm^ Wb»AT— Rin»— D«c..lO!X
November 13, 1908 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Mr. F. J. Warren, Ashdown Road, Kingston-on-Thames, was in the early stages of consumption and medicines made him no better.

Mr. F. J. Warren, Ashdown Road, Kingston-on-Thames, was in the early stages of consumption and medicines made him no better.

SCOTTS Emulsion he writes (May 1908) “checked, and saved me from, that Sdreaded disease. From the first bottle to the time I started work again was only about two months; It was a lightning cure for me.” * Mr. George Haich, 75 Par- kinson Lane, Halifax, has been a great suf- fer
November 13, 1908 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
, "WITNESS GIVES EVIDENCE FROM

, "WITNESS GIVES EVIDENCE FROM

RELATIVES AT LAW. A dispute between ralatives, in which the Rev. Thomas Norton, rector of Wychlittf, Sitlingbourne, alleges that was induced by his brother-in-law to enter into catching and unconscionable bargain,’’ was unfolded iu tbo Chancery Division, London. The defendants a
November 13, 1908 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SIGNING THE DOCUMENT.

SIGNING THE DOCUMENT.

After this interview a document wo* drawn which, Mr. Norton said, was told represented what had been agreed upon.Mo signed on the understanding that everything had been left on trust for hi* wife and children. He did not rend tho document; was “knocked down with trouble” at tho
November 13, 1908 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SEQUEL TO ASSIZE SUIT.

SEQUEL TO ASSIZE SUIT.

In tho Kings Bench Division, Dnblin, Thursday, the hearing of the arguments in the case of Cinnamond v. M'Curdy waa concluded, and Court reserved judgment. It was application behalf of the defendant for an order setting aside verdict and judgment for damages entered for the plai
November 13, 1908 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST STOCK EXCHANGE

BELFAST STOCK EXCHANGE

There was a fair number of transactions put through in our local exchange to-day. Bank shares continue firm in tone. Ulsters are in good demand 121. only small odd lot changing hands at the price. BcJfost New rose a fraction to 5 1-16, closing sellers at that and bnyere at 5. No
November 13, 1908 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HE WORLD OVER. lUE I.ONDON PAPERS.

HE WORLD OVER. lUE I.ONDON PAPERS.

WORLD OVER. I.ONDON PAPERS. THE TWO-POWER STANDARD. Ttu' country will loam with lively and heartfelt >;itisuic(ion that the Government accepts its definition of th« tw<vTower standard a preponderance of per cent, over the combined strengths in capital ships of the two next -dremt
November 13, 1908 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RELIGION AND POLITICS.

RELIGION AND POLITICS.

a letter to the ” Standard the importation of religion into politico, Mr. Stephen P-, save—Readers of this paper will, hope, recognise that boycotting simply the one way by which public opinion can make itself fell. The Umlm Irish League country districts a trade mark of tenant
November 13, 1908 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST EVENING TELEGRAPH, FBI PAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1908. LORD ALVERSTONE’S FEAR.

BELFAST EVENING TELEGRAPH, FBI PAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1908. LORD ALVERSTONE’S FEAR.

Lord ALVKRSTONK said since the committee stage had given this matter roost careful consideration, and was sorry say was obliged oi-k their Lordships not to accept the amendment .iropo-sd the Lord Chancellor Though would welcome any proper and carefully conlsdeml reform the law w
November 13, 1908 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland