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bakdaokd hard olds.

bakdaokd hard olds.

At the Csmsrvooshire Quarter Isom Hughes, forty four. Üboorer, pleaded gniHy to charge breaking into the pnitoAw rt von and stealing the sum of £3 5e id. When the clerks the post office went on duty shout three o'clock on the morning of December 4 tbay found that a large plato-g
10 January 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE LONDONDERRY fIENTTKETi. SATUBPAT MORNING. JANUARY 10. 1914., THE DUBLIN INQUIRY. SOUTH AFRICAN STRIKES. GRAVE ALLEGATIONS. RAILWAY TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. (Reuter

THE LONDONDERRY fIENTTKETi. SATUBPAT MORNING. JANUARY 10. 1914., THE DUBLIN INQUIRY. SOUTH AFRICAN STRIKES. GRAVE ALLEGATIONS. RAILWAY TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. (Reuter

Telegram.) Capetown, Friday.—Traffic is suspended on the railways far south from Pretoria Klerksdorp. It is impossible yet say to what extent the strike spreading, hut it has not reached the Cape Province. Pretoria, Friday.—Only one train was able to leave here this morning. Tra
10 January 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
IMPORTANT PROCLAMATIONS

IMPORTANT PROCLAMATIONS

TRANSPORT OF ARMS PROHIBITED Pretoria. Friday. A * tiazette" extra ordinary issue this afternoon contains three important proclamations. The first, having in view )>ussible disorder, calls out the active citizen forces in the whole of the Transvaal, the second calls out the citi
10 January 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE POSTAL UNREST.

THE POSTAL UNREST.

OONFEKENCE AT LKICEBTF.E Ls*l evening Nsl'on*! Joint CrmmiHse cf P.B>slstd Xc.«g'»ih -oe'Uiuo- met Leicester to further dleeaM di m - by the Ho'* r*p.<t ». <1 c»m » etst'imots of rottmsfter ibr vsncu* qu-shod* ir.oe. After reversi hooi*' the C 'ramiues .urnsu until to sj. sod lb
10 January 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ZAMBERN TRIAL.

ZAMBERN TRIAL.

OFFICERS ACQUITTED. (REUTER' TELEGRAM"; STRASSBURG, tiATERDAT. The courtmsrtial in the Zabern delivered judgment this morning. Colonel Von Renter and Lieut. both acquitted. They acquitted on all counts. Tb• caste o the proceedings are to be borne by the Treseury. LIEUTENANT VON
10 January 1914 - Evening Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DISABLED STEAMER.

DISABLED STEAMER.

A Buds message, Friday, say. that the Greek granter Chidliydon, from Salina for Marseilles, having two pro. palter blades. got mhore in darraggio Bay. The hull la The crew and passengers
10 January 1914 - Evening Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TWS; SATURDAY. _JANUARY 10; 1914. THE LAW COURTS.

TWS; SATURDAY. _JANUARY 10; 1914. THE LAW COURTS.

LAW DAT. LZGAL DI4AT.I MIMI COURT OP JUSTICE. CONOOLIDATID TARING orrict.—Mailer 11 •. "Mpg, Akaamber; Paar7.l= Hamada, Kaaba, LAND owe. Mr. ISIS. Hearers?' Geavera /G , lareelfeas—ralWa r. 10 1919 laal.). ISMS LAND COIIIIIIXIION.-14ad Ada Al the kaarnmera thambas.' Were Mr. J.
10 January 1914 - Evening Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EXPENDITURE AND ARMAMENTS.

EXPENDITURE AND ARMAMENTS.

1 It is altogether an illumine. says TAe Times Military Correspondent, to suppose that the greet increase in the national expenditure since 1906.06 is mainly. or even largely, due to armaments. The total expenditure chargeable against revenue in 1906.06 was £164,413,246. In 1912
10 January 1914 - Evening Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARTIAL LAW 10 BE'

MARTIAL LAW 10 BE'

(REUTER'S TELEGRAM.) JOHANNEBBURO, 3.30 rat. Mr. Mason, the Trades Federation loader, addressing a meeting of strikers this afternoon, declared that the whole railway service would be stopped by to-monow. The Federation, did not intend calling out the miners. The latter were bur
10 January 1914 - Evening Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REGIMENTS FOR TME RAND.

REGIMENTS FOR TME RAND.

(REUTER'S TELEGRAM.) Two mounted Union regiments marched out to-night, followed by two regiment" of infantry. It is believed that their destination I Kragendorp and the Wart Rand. MOM. ben of the kcal clubs lave else been warned to be in Arranpments were made for local sappers t
10 January 1914 - Evening Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland