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1,: 'T® Thoairo of Varieties, Victoria Square—7 and 9

1,: 'T® Thoairo of Varieties, Victoria Square—7 and 9

1,: Thoairo of Varieties, Victoria Square—7 and * ■' •'‘l iioi. Grosvcnor ■*J and >» p.oi • House. Avenue—l to 10-30 p.tn. 11 'i'licon. High Street—l to 10-30 p.m. 1 ■ *1 I'jclurc Theatre, B*nithflcltl-2 10-30 p m. " Cinderclla. M . ' ••itisiiig the shortest road to auccess." An-
23 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EE3IOUS FIRE IN BIRMINGHAM.

EE3IOUS FIRE IN BIRMINGHAM.

The works of the Premier Wire Mattress Co., Oak. Birmingham, were entirely destroyed Hrc yesterday. The outbreak was discovered the basement, and the entire strength of the fire brigade was summoned. A long range twostorey buildings, tilled with inflammable material, was soon in
23 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HR. CHAMBERLAIN’S RETIREMENT.

HR. CHAMBERLAIN’S RETIREMENT.

Bssolntion by National Unionist Organisations. The Executive Committee of the National Unioniat Association of Conservative and Liberal Unionist organisations, meeting in London yesterday under the presidency of Mr. Steel-Maitland, passed resolution expressing deep regret at the
23 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CITY OF BELFAST T.M.C.A.

CITY OF BELFAST T.M.C.A.

There was crowded attendance at the City Y-M.C.A. last night, when Mr. J. W. Taylor delivered most interesting lecture on the subject of Husband, Wife, and Home.” Mr. 8. Donald presided, and introduced the lecturer. Mr. Taylor dealt with the problems of social life, including th
23 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LARCENY CHARGE AT VHITBABBBT.

LARCENY CHARGE AT VHITBABBBT.

At Whiteabbey Petty Sessions yesterday, John Hanna, Ballyoraigy, was charged wth embezzling the sum of £2 3s 4d, the price of a load of hay, received him on acooant of bis employer, Annie M*Fall. The deposition made by Sergeant M’Minis was to the effect that he arrested the accu
23 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LISBURN DHIOHIST CLUB.

LISBURN DHIOHIST CLUB.

Enthasiaatio Heating. • Canada IB !' . knows what she owes to her pioneers, and she pays them well. She encourages every capable man to become an* mde- W pendent farmer, by otTering him 160 lortllo ao«» fre». KS Forfree maps, paraphlew and full ofllotri IntorroatSoD. *° Governme
23 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPEECH BY COLONEL P4KBHHIH.

SPEECH BY COLONEL P4KBHHIH.

The annual meeting tbo members of this club—one of the strongest in the province—was held last night in the Cathedral Schoolhouse, Lisburn—Mr. A. P. Jenkins (president) in the chair. There was a splendid attendance. The Chairman, who was received with applause, said felt it was
23 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOARDS OF GUARDIANS. CLONES.

BOARDS OF GUARDIANS. CLONES.

The weekly meeting Clones Board Guardians was held yesterdav —Mr. Edward Graham presiding. With reference the allowance of outdoor relief to a woman in Roslea district, the clerk pointed out that heretofore that Board had given outdoor relief except in cases where the doctor cer
23 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MICHIGAN MINE TRAGEDY.

MICHIGAN MINE TRAGEDY.

English Non-unionists Murdered.
23 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MIDLAND IRON MARKET.

MIDLAND IRON MARKET.

Yesterday’* market revealed a continuance of steady business, though prlcea did not improve. Engineering works ore consuming large quantities of standard bars, the recent redaction having stimulated buying. Specifications for merchant bars are coming in with sufficient regularit
23 January 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland