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A Remand.

A Remand.

John O’Boyle was charged by Constable O’Reilly with breaking and entering the dwelling-house of Lizie Duffy, 27, Crumlin Street, and stealing a pair of lady’s boots; the larceny of sum of money from the gas meter 27, Crumlin Street; maliciously damaging the gas meter at 27, Crum
13 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE HOME RULE CRISIS.

THE HOME RULE CRISIS.

Sir W. Runciman’s Attack. on Loyalists. -
13 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CITY FURNISHED HOUSES.

CITY FURNISHED HOUSES.

COMFORTABLY FURNISHED Let (2 sitting. bod room*), all conveniences, nieriv rituated. district; monthly.— Addrcrt-, Y. Z.. 1532. this Office. CITY HOUSES, OFFICES, fto. ALEX. CRAWFORD & SON, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, VALGATOKS & AUCTIONEERS, F.A.I. PALMERSTON ROAD. SEMI-DETACHED V
14 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LITE STOCK.

LITE STOCK.

/"CANARIES for Binging, Breeding. Largest Collection World, every variety known. Also Goldflncbea, BaUflocbes. Linnets, Mules, Talking Parrots. Love Birds. List Free.— RUDD. SPECIALIST.T?ORWICH. 1334 PURE-PR ED English Deerhound Dog. 2 yea re old, very affectionate, cheap good h
14 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Boyal Irish Constabulary.

Boyal Irish Constabulary.

In the weekly notes the Royal Irish Cone stabulary it is recorded that Constable T. GUbride, the depot band, has been discharged from tho service on pension, owing to serious injuries which received while protecting tramcars during the tram strike, and which resulted in the loss
12 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FLOATING CRAIN CARGOES.

FLOATING CRAIN CARGOES.

London (The Baltic), 10th January. WHEAT—With heavier world’s ehigiments and milder weather the market remains doll, and there is very little change in quotations. Bine stem and Walla, 16,140 quarters, per Wandsbek, arrived, reported sold at 36s 3d South Australian, January, off
12 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COAL-LA DEN

COAL-LA DEN

The es Gem. from Newport; ss Bt. Katharine and Balmanno. from Garaton, ss Plasma, from Glasgow; Craigavad, from Ardrossan; Theory and es Eve, lecn, from Ayr; ss Watchful, from Swansea. SAILED FROM THIS PORT 9th A INST. The 68 Hartford and ss Cheshire, for Harrington: a Ruby and
12 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL HIPPODROME 6-40—TWICE NIGHTLY—9 o’clock. TO-NIGHT (Monday) and duriu# the Week. LITTLE NAP, THE WONDER CHIMPANZEE. THE MOST MARVELLOUS IN

ROYAL HIPPODROME 6-40—TWICE NIGHTLY—9 o’clock. TO-NIGHT (Monday) and duriu# the Week. LITTLE NAP, THE WONDER CHIMPANZEE. THE MOST MARVELLOUS IN

EXISTENCE Nothing so extremely good has hitherto been seen. HANLON BROS., The Haunted House.” HENRY LIEZEL, Featuring—Tango, Texas Tommy Dancing, & other Sensational Numbers. EDDY MART YN, America’s Dancing Entertainer Geo. E. Walker, Hunter & Bon, Fred Wildon, Haig & Novel. Hip
12 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DETACHED DOUBLE VILLA, NEVARA," CHICHESTER PARK. OONTAINS 3 RECEPTION, 8 BED ROOM?, Dressing and Box Rooms. Large Conservatory, Garden, and

DETACHED DOUBLE VILLA, NEVARA," CHICHESTER PARK. OONTAINS 3 RECEPTION, 8 BED ROOM?, Dressing and Box Rooms. Large Conservatory, Garden, and

Teqnis Court. Electric Light. 1112 37, Rosemary Street.
12 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland