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PONY TROTTING HANDICAP AT LARNE.

PONY TROTTING HANDICAP AT LARNE.

.£2O Pony Trotting Handicap. Winner of Final £Vi, 2nd .£3, 3rd £2. In heats. Distanoe, one mile. Ist Race, 3.30 p.m. Entries-1. Mr. Spence's (Belfast) (scr.); 2. M. Girran’s (Ballymena) Rags (45yds.); 3, Mr. Grange's (Belfast) Fanny (50yds.); 4. Mr. Girvon’e Pretty Polly (50yds.
August 7, 1909 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SEWELL’S, DUBLIN.

SEWELL’S, DUBLIN.

ANNUAL HORSE SHOW AUCTIONS, At the REPOSITORY, TUESDAY, August 3«h, THURSDAY, 2«th, FRIDAY Evening, 27th. A SATURDAY. 28th. •SPECIAL BLOODSTOCK and HUNTER BALE, at B.D.S. SALE PADDOCK. Baliabridge, FRIDAY MORNING. August 27tk. •Entries of all Thoroughbred Stock taka, but Hunters
August 7, 1909 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GfILLfIHER. Ltd.

GfILLfIHER. Ltd.

CARRICKMACROSS BOARD OP GUARDIANS. The usual bi-monthly meeting of the above Board was held Thursday. Present— Messrs. B. O’Rourke, J.P. (chairman), James Callan, Patrick Callan. J. Ward (sen.), Peter Callan and Thomas M'Kitterick. DOCTORS’ HOLIDAYS. Mr. E. Dwyer, R. 0., reporte
August 7, 1909 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALLYBAY TOWN COMMISSIONERS.

BALLYBAY TOWN COMMISSIONERS.

The adjourned monthly meeting this Board was held this (Thursday) evening, P. M'Guirk, J.P. (chairman), presiding.. A reply was read from Very Rev. Dr. M'Kenna, Bishop-elect of Clogher, thanking the members of the. Board for their congratulatory resolution on his appointment, it
August 7, 1909 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUNDAY CONCERTS IN PORTRUSH.

SUNDAY CONCERTS IN PORTRUSH.

SUNDAY CONCERTS PORTRUSH. On Sunday a sacred concert will given in the Pavilion, Portrush, at 3-30 pwin. Mr. Thorp© Bates, rising baritone, who ie engaged by the Belfast Philharmonic' Society for the coming season, will ring, among other items, is enough.’’ from Mendelssohn’s Eli
August 7, 1909 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE INDIAN PERIL.

THE INDIAN PERIL.

No one who has any knowledge of India can be. unaware that the feeling unrest among the natives and alarm among the European population has never been'more prevalent since the suppression of the mutiny than it is to-day. In Calcutta, in particular, the nerves of the white inhabi
August 7, 1909 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
is food value (or , money. Made in Azure and Cream Wove, 4 sizes.’ 1/- per box. Envelopes to match.

is food value (or , money. Made in Azure and Cream Wove, 4 sizes.’ 1/- per box. Envelopes to match.

17- per 100. Pulagt, 3d. m*>«. G. Baird, Ltd., ROYAL AVENUE. ■
August 7, 1909 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
r;.- * “■ MARKETS IN ULSTER.

r;.- * “■ MARKETS IN ULSTER.

ANTRIM, Aug. s.—Butter—l/ump, 9d lOd; print'. iOd lid per lb. Pork-Finost qualities. 57s 595; second and inferior. 50s to 54s per cwt. Dead pigs in market, 42. Young pigs acre disposed at from 15s 30s each. Grain, 7s per Zs Cd to 4s 6d per pair; bens. Is 5d Is 6d; docks, to Is 4
August 7, 1909 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL. TBABBFEB EBBS. the meeting of the Management Committee of tbe Football League, held in London Friday, cases of

ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL. TBABBFEB EBBS. the meeting of the Management Committee of tbe Football League, held in London Friday, cases of

the several players and their transfer fees were considered. Breen's Burnley was reduced £25; M‘lver, Blank’ burn, to JBKK). Maxwell, of Bristol Crty Club, agreed to give a free transfer. Manchester City, appealed against the deni! fdon Management Committee, whilo Glosnop accept
August 7, 1909 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
YACHTING AT COWES.

YACHTING AT COWES.

Tha Shamrock won the second race, and Hispania, Fuiga, and the Mariska won tho prizes in the 15 metres race at Cowes on Friday. The Spero won the race for tho eight metre clpse. BELFAST BETTING PROSECUTION. At the Belfast Custody Court to-day Dar:d Brown. 30 Harrison Street, was
August 7, 1909 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland