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Train Held Op by Strlken.

Train Held Op by Strlken.

Durban, 10th January. The local mobilUation is complete, and military now guarding the railway half way Pietermaritzburg, where the situation is reported graver, Bloemfontein, 10th January.
12 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The etrikera are eurprieed at the Government’a firm attitude, but the public support and are organising a voluatefflr vigilance force.

The etrikera are eurprieed at the Government’a firm attitude, but the public support and are organising a voluatefflr vigilance force.

The etrikera are eurprieed the Government’a firm attitude, but the public support and are organising voluatefflr vigilance force. mass" , PER PRESS ASSOCIATION. [COPYRIGHT.] Bloemfontein Sunday. A train was stopped thia afternoon by strikers, and the driver and fireman were pulle
12 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
French Cleaning, ART DYEING, LAUNDRY WORK. CARPET BEATING. Franklin Laundry, ORMEAU AVENUE, BELFAST.

French Cleaning, ART DYEING, LAUNDRY WORK. CARPET BEATING. Franklin Laundry, ORMEAU AVENUE, BELFAST.

12 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STORE, WARING STREET, Having 3 floors, with winch HOIST. Convenient to Quays. Immediate possession. Rent, £22. Apply to DAVYS BOWMAN

STORE, WARING STREET, Having 3 floors, with winch HOIST. Convenient to Quays. Immediate possession. Rent, £22. Apply to DAVYS BOWMAN

k DOWDALL, 08, Upper Arthur Street. Tel. 521.
12 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPECIAL OFFER ■ ARNOTT’S CLEARANCE SALE THIS WEEK. 50 lEFS SUIT LENGTHS OF FASHIONABLE TWEEDS FOB 17/0 MADE TO MEASURE

SPECIAL OFFER ■ ARNOTT’S CLEARANCE SALE THIS WEEK. 50 lEFS SUIT LENGTHS OF FASHIONABLE TWEEDS FOB 17/0 MADE TO MEASURE

' . r'.. : , ,'<£■ FOR 39/6 THE SUIT. ARNOTT’S TAILORING bEPARTMENir, HIGH STREET AND BRIDGE STREET.
12 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LOANS THE BELFAST Cltf AND DISTRICT WATER COMMISSIONERS am prepared to receive LOANS ON MORTGAGE for Three Years longer period

LOANS THE BELFAST Cltf AND DISTRICT WATER COMMISSIONERS am prepared to receive LOANS ON MORTGAGE for Three Years longer period

THREE-AND- A-HALF PER CENT. The Interest will be payable Half-Yearly on Ist April and Ist October, The Loans will secured by Deeds of Mortgage, which will be prepared free of expense to Lenoers. R; HAMILTON, Secretary. Water Offioe, >'*> Belfast, 12th 1914. . 553
12 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARRIAGES. DAY MATTER —On 6th, at Chrfct Church. Mayfair. London. W. by Rev. E. Hilliard. John J. Day. Joseph Day,

MARRIAGES. DAY MATTER —On 6th, at Chrfct Church. Mayfair. London. W. by Rev. E. Hilliard. John J. Day. Joseph Day,

of Teddington, and grandson of his Honour the late Sir John to MuHel E. Metier, younger daughter the late Alex. S. Matier. of Craigavad. County Down. GIX)VER-HALL—January 7th. All Saint*’ Parish Church, Universitv Street, by the Rev. F. W. Austin. M.A.. James Blackirood, fourth
10 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ALL SAINTS’ CHURCH. - UNIVERSITY STREET. TO-MORROW (Sunday), January. 11-30 ».m.—Pr«*cher, REV. R. B. COOKE. 7- 0 p.m. REV. J.

ALL SAINTS’ CHURCH. - UNIVERSITY STREET. TO-MORROW (Sunday), January. 11-30 ».m.—Pr«*cher, REV. R. B. COOKE. 7- 0 p.m. REV. J.

E. K. HADI'ICK (Holy Communion after Evening Service). New Year’s Tbaokoffering for R.V.H. and other Objects. 1028
10 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MAP OP BELFAST

MAP OP BELFAST

WITH Hmleipal Wards and Tramway lines (COLOURED). Index to Btreat List, Short Historical Sketch of Belfast, Principal Institutions and Public Buildings. City of Belfast Car and Cab Fares. Postal Information. PRICE ONE SHILLING. To had from all Booksellers, and at the Publishers.
10 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER V. LEINSTER.

ULSTER V. LEINSTER.

The following are the scores of tho fnterprovinoial match played yesterday afternoon: Ladies’ Doubles. Mrs. Trench and Miss Lloyd (Ulster) beat Misa Lambert and Miss Heard (Leinster)—ls-6, 15-6. Mixed Doubles. Miss Lambert and R. H. Lambert (L.) teat Misa Leech and E. S. Daahwoo
10 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland