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» ESIDENTS IN BELFAST AND DISTRICT hav« this newnpapar at their breakfaet '.“•les each morning for the same price it

» ESIDENTS IN BELFAST AND DISTRICT hav« this newnpapar at their breakfaet '.“•les each morning for the same price it

they ■' outaide and anarch for it. We will '■ 1 •'T it at houae for 26a per annum, i' hi iter quarter. BrifaV Newa-Letter” Office, Donegall Street.
10 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOUSES VANTED.

HOUSES VANTED.

TKTANTED, let May, County Down, within 10 ▼ ▼ mile* Belfast, Dwelling-houee. haring good reception-rooms. bedrooms; usual outhouses; good garden; few acres gratingland; also water power to drivp amall turbine.--Houeo, 703, this Office.
10 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
B. FERGUSON, LTD.,

B. FERGUSON, LTD.,

CHICHESTER STREET, BELFAST. Agents for Rolls-Royce, Minerva, Austin, Darracq, and Stndebaker Cars. Tnleframi^ Automobile, Btlfnat." CRICKET. (Total (for wkta) M.C.C. Team in South Africa. RETURN MATCH *. THE TRANSVAAL. Pretoria (via Johannesburg), January. In brilliant weather,
10 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEWRY HARRIERS.

NEWRY HARRIERS.

Yesterday one of the two foxee which had been doing a vast amount of damage amongst the poultry in the neighbourhood Baleek, County Armagh, and which were captured and handed over to the Newfy Hunt, was liberated the lands of Mr. Arthur Cunningham, Knockanarney, who always exten
10 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CASTLE PLACE AND LOMBARD ST.

CASTLE PLACE AND LOMBARD ST.

IRON AND WOOD HALLS. SCHOOLS, PAVILIONS, AND SANATORIA. /HUMPHREYS, LTD.. BFECiALiBTa.,... 10, St^lmii'a^Cre.n. NBIVK AND QUICKLY ERECTED. WRITE FOR ESTIMATES. 127 ELECTROLYSIS, FACE MASSAGE. MRS. SEYMOUR RECEIVES LADIES DAILY 106, GREAT VICTORIA STREET (only address), for the G
10 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN STRIKE. DOCK LABOURERS STILL OUT. Remit of a Farther Ballot. moil otr* cwjt Dublin, Friday. , Hopes that

THE DUBLIN STRIKE. DOCK LABOURERS STILL OUT. Remit of a Farther Ballot. moil otr* cwjt Dublin, Friday. , Hopes that

the embargo on the port of Dublin would raised to-day by the return to the dock labourers formerly employed by the City Dublin Steampecket Company and the Burns Line were not realised, as it was found that the Liberty” Hall influence still bare the way. In spite of the decision
10 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BATB HE VAB BADLY BEATEN “A Forest of Batons.”

BATB HE VAB BADLY BEATEN “A Forest of Batons.”

Dublin, rrW»y. Mr. Deni* Henry, K.C., »nd Mr- Simuel L. Brrfwne, K.C., e*t in Niei Prlue Court No. 1 today and continued the oommienoa ol in«iniry into the Dublin disturbance* in and Septem- ber last and th* aUegatione unnecessary violence against the police in quelling the dist
10 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
lEBRIBLG GERMAN TRAGEDIES.

lEBRIBLG GERMAN TRAGEDIES.

T«o Families Hurdsrsd. Soldaa, Friday. This morning building contractor named Bratz killed his wife and committed suicide. The bodies the five children were also found with their throats cut. A telegram dated Hamburg, policemen hero cut the throats of his three UW* daughters to-
10 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FIRE IS ENGLISH MANSION.

FIRE IS ENGLISH MANSION.

A large house party is being entertained at Hodnelt Hall, Shropshire, the residence of Mr. Heber Percy, and on the Bth the members attended the hunt boll Shrewsbury. Early yesterday morning Mrs. Heber Percy was awakened the crackling of timber. She raised the alarm, fire bells w
10 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ROAR AND VOCAL RECITAL IN COOKBTOWN

THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ROAR AND VOCAL RECITAL IN COOKBTOWN

THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ROAR AND VOCAL RECITAL COOKBTOWN On the Bth inst. a most enjoyable recital was given in the First Presbyterian Church, Cookstown, by Mr. A. M. Gifford, L.R.A.M., A.11.C.0., Belfast, the vocalists being Mrs. Neill, Dungannon, and Mr. James Hanna, Belfast,
10 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland