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THE FIGHTING AT OJINAOA

THE FIGHTING AT OJINAOA

600 Killed and 1,000 Vonnded. «BOM OUR OWN New York, Thursday, The "Evening Telegram” publiahea despatch from Pflmiio. Texas, stating that 600 have been killed and 1.000 wounded in the fierce battle proceeding Ojinaga. A Federal defeat seems inevitable. Major the United States B
2 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DAINTY NEW YEAR GIFTS.

DAINTY NEW YEAR GIFTS.

Oon'l let the question "WHAT TO GIVE” bother you a tingle moment, but Inspect our. Stock ol DAINTY SILVER ARTICLES SUITABLE FOR GIFT-GIVING. Everything In the way ol Charming and Unique GUIs tor Ladies and Gentlemen at Reasonable '*- GIBSON & CO., Ltd., Donegal! Place A Castle P
2 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIMAVADT NURSING ASSOCIATION.

LIMAVADT NURSING ASSOCIATION.

A Christmas pantomime, Cinderella,” was given in the Alexander Memorial Hall, Limavady, on the evening of the 30th ult., in aid the local District Nursing Society, and attracted a very large audience. The pantomime was organised and staged number the ladies and gentlemen associa
2 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FUTURE OF THE iEGEAN ISLANDS.

FUTURE OF THE iEGEAN ISLANDS.

Diplomats and Turkey’s Purchase of Dreadnought. Reuter’s Agency learns that the reply the Triple Alliance to Sir E. Grey’s proposals regarding the JJgean Islands, which has now been presented, contains little more than was published in Reuter’s recent forecast. Tha Agency also l
2 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BRITAIN AND FRANCE AND THE

BRITAIN AND FRANCE AND THE

MUSCAT QUESTION. Reuter’s Agency learns that the conversar between Great Britain and France with to Muscat may be expected to result the elusion an agreement within the next few
2 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
dbomore presbvtert.

dbomore presbvtert.

A special meetingjrf this Presbytery »as held the 30th ult. Railway Street, Lisburn, for the purpose of licensing Sir. Herbert Martin, 8.A.. to preach the Goa pel. as candidate for the ministry. Rev. Joseph Coroner, B-t Moderator, presided. &nd conducted the service ofliccme. Re
2 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SCIENCE MAGIC FOR BOYS.

SCIENCE MAGIC FOR BOYS.

"Voyage in Space" with a Professor. Given bright lights and a cushioned ewni-circle of seats, niagic-lantom biasing with suppressed disclosures, large demonstration table charged with strange glass jars and giant gyroscopes and dark cones and an albino plum-pudding, and behind a
2 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST UNION. TO PAINTING CONTRACTORS-" mHE BOARD OF GUARDIANS INVITE JL PROPOSALS for PAINTING and RENOVATING the DUFFEMN CHILDREN S

BELFAST UNION. TO PAINTING CONTRACTORS-" mHE BOARD OF GUARDIANS INVITE JL PROPOSALS for PAINTING and RENOVATING the DUFFEMN CHILDREN S

HOSPITAL at UNION WORKHOUSE, in accordance with Specification, which can be seen this Office. Tenders, which must be sealed and -endorsed “Painting Dufferin Hospital,” are be lodged in the TENDER-BOX, CLERK’B OFFICE, Union Workhouse, before Twelve o’clock noon TUESDAY, the 13th
2 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUD AT A BAIL

DUD AT A BAIL

Mark. >d a(ad aiartora dad aadr dr*»U (hr Newark Yaananrt bail abnat arlorfc >~terda, dia .to with l-» .OUMO Henr\ 1W... of Olaafard. aa4 • f, r. “«»» dannng w.U aMr Mtoraa. daddmlr Mark raid. " I feel foal to •" <o tbe aide Khe war ram ad to the rkaakroi«l. a dnrtot Wto retched
1 January 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
>BBBY SENTINEL. THURSDAY MORNING. JANUARY 1, 6REAT NORTHERN lIILV4Y, A RECORD YXAR. BONUSES AND INCREASES IN WAGES. The public will

>BBBY SENTINEL. THURSDAY MORNING. JANUARY 1, 6REAT NORTHERN lIILV4Y, A RECORD YXAR. BONUSES AND INCREASES IN WAGES. The public will

learn with much interest that the director*! of the Ureat Northern Railway Ireland have decided grant mcreaaee in and in wages and al»*i» honiUMs to the meinber* their stalf. It is onderstood that the sum U» l*e expended in (Ins manner will unounl over £20,000 for the yeur 1914.
1 January 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland