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CONTRACTS

GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY (IRELAND). TO BUILDING CONTRACTORS. THE DIRECTORS ARB PREPARED TO RECEIVE TENDERS for REMOVING an IRON SHED FROM DUBLIN and REERECTING same at DUNDALK, including alterations and additions. The Drawings and Specification may be inspected on and afte
27 March 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GREAT DISPLAY

GREAT DISPLAY

NEW GOODS. MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION OF UNUSUAL MERIT. EMBRACING THE
27 March 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BATTLE SONG OF ULSTER.

THE BATTLE SONG OF ULSTER.

England old called our own. And shed our blood for England’s throne; Ulster of old by England stood, Cemented by the ties of blood. stand England now and then, And claim the rights of Englishmen: k*t stand let fall. “For Union” is our trumpet call Ulster stands for Union, Ulster
27 March 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BRITISH COVENANT.

THE BRITISH COVENANT.

The Union Defence League would be glad have many signed forms of British Covenant possible returned to their offices 25. Victoria Street, Westminster, London, S.W., the morning of Friday, 3rd April. It is not. if. tended to withdraw facilities for signatures that date, and it ho
27 March 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RUSSIAN OFFICER ASSAULTS BRITISH TUTOR.

RUSSIAN OFFICER ASSAULTS BRITISH TUTOR.

St. Petersburg, Thursday. A telegram to the Embassy from the British Consul at Riga reports assault committed a Russian officer English tutor at Vilna. According to the preliminary details, which arc not yet officially corroborated, Mr. P. I. Turner, British subject, was dining
27 March 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
– – -. 2 736 2 8 Beaus—per 480 lbs. – 29 0 29 6 – ... £7 0 29 0 _ -2tt 6 29 0 – -20 0 28 0 -27 O 31 6

– – -. 2 736 2 8 Beaus—per 480 lbs. – 29 0 29 6 – ... £7 0 29 0 _ -2tt 6 29 0 – -20 0 28 0 -27 O 31 6

-. 2 736 2 8 Beaus—per 480 lbs. 29 0 29 6 ... £7 0 29 0 -2tt 29 0 -20 0 28 0 -27 O 31 6 iiuitorj . 25 6 Ausirallm «' M ... ... 27 6 Indian Com—per 1001 os. American mixed ... M .. ..6 0 lamldt .. .. .. .. .. River Plate Yellow, prime 5 flat .. 5 ifi Cinquantina .. .. «. ... 7 0 F
27 March 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARINE STATION HOTEL, BRAY (20 Minutes Rail from Dublin). Jjl AGING SEA AND PROMENADE. HOME COMFORTS. MODERATE CELARGES. THE BEST

MARINE STATION HOTEL, BRAY (20 Minutes Rail from Dublin). Jjl AGING SEA AND PROMENADE. HOME COMFORTS. MODERATE CELARGES. THE BEST

CENTRE TO STAY FOB SEEING THE BEAUTIFUL SCENERY COUNTY WICKLOW. SSS 2
27 March 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OFFICES. DONEGALL SQUARE WEST. OF OFFICES IN NORTHERN BANK'S BUILDING. First floor. Would suii Solicitor, Stockbroker, or other Professional business.

OFFICES. DONEGALL SQUARE WEST. OF OFFICES IN NORTHERN BANK'S BUILDING. First floor. Would suii Solicitor, Stockbroker, or other Professional business.

Imitiediata i-osscssion. Apply DAWS BOWMAN & DOWDALL, 48, Upper Arthur Street. Tel. 521. 8405
27 March 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER SOCIETY FOR PREVENTION OF CRUELTY ANIMALS. H SEVENTY - EIGHTH ANNUAL MEETING of this SOCIETY will beheld on TUESDAY,

ULSTER SOCIETY FOR PREVENTION OF CRUELTY ANIMALS. H SEVENTY - EIGHTH ANNUAL MEETING of this SOCIETY will beheld on TUESDAY,

31st instant, in the MINOR HALL, Y.M.C.A., WELLINGTON PLACE, Twelve o’clock noon. The Very Rev. THE DEAN OF BELFAST, 8.D., will preside. Miss GRIERSON has kindly consented to present the GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS and other Prizes. A large attendance of Ladies and Gentlemen is reque
27 March 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SALE TO MORROW,

SALE TO MORROW,

KILLYNUHE. CARRYDUFF. CO. DOWN. CLEARANCE SALE. We have been instructed by .Mr. JOHN ADAM PATTERSON (having cold his Farm) to SELL BY AUCTION. THE PREMISES, on SATURDAY, 28lh February, at 10-30 o’clock. FARM MARE. 4 COWS, .8 IJ SPRINGING HEIFERS. 2 Store Bui lock?, Store Heifer,
27 February 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland