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The Ulster Vol anteera.

The Ulster Vol anteera.

The Ulster anteera. (Applaud.) Th« was magnifioent, and it brought home tfcd’iQoveminont with amazing ♦swiftness the peril •i/hich they stood. (.V]>- plause.) Being callous lot, they were quite prepared to use the King > 8 fortes against them; but they knew that if they did, ihe
6 February 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WANTED TO BUY,

WANTED TO BUY,

LADIES’ AND GENTLEMEN’S LEFT-OFF WEARING APPAREL. Ladies and Gentlemen lending their Addresses will be waited on by Mr. and Mrs. Uainr, and persona living at a distance who will forward Parcels shall naye the value of them remitted receipt as directed. Address-1 and 3, WILLIAM S
6 February 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL HOTEL, DUBLIN. Most modern, comfortable, and best- SITUATED, CONVENIENT TO THE THEATRES AND RAILWAY STATIONS. BANQUETS, WEDDING BREAKFASTS, CATERED

IMPERIAL HOTEL, DUBLIN. Most modern, comfortable, and best- SITUATED, CONVENIENT TO THE THEATRES AND RAILWAY STATIONS. BANQUETS, WEDDING BREAKFASTS, CATERED

FOR. HIGH-CLASS CUISINE. Electric Light mad Elevator. Telephone 2028. 255
6 February 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GEO. TATE, deceased. I BEG TO INTIMATE THAT THE Ezeonkors of my Uncle, the late Mr. GEO. TATE, have instructed

GEO. TATE, deceased. I BEG TO INTIMATE THAT THE Ezeonkors of my Uncle, the late Mr. GEO. TATE, have instructed

me take over the management of his .old-established HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENCY • d;• .»'»■» Business on behalf and tin the interests of the representatives of the deoeasKl- HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT, 32, WELLINGTON PLACE* AND Ih GARFIELD STREET.
6 February 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
•The above times are corrected for Belfast. HIGH WATER. Morning 6- 281 Eyiinin*

•The above times are corrected for Belfast. HIGH WATER. Morning 6- 281 Eyiinin*

6 February 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ailllßinm FOB TO-DiT.

Ailllßinm FOB TO-DiT.

Recorder’s CVwrt—County Court boose. Cromlia Seed. a.m. Philharmonic Coneert-Uliter HaU. p.m. Tcmpk-patrick Premier CnWhist Clnb-Annual Meeting. Tcmplepntrlck, 7-30 p.m. Houae. Great Victoria Street- M John Honour. 2 and 7-30 p.m. Theatre ( Hojral. Arthur Square—" Qoeca of the B
6 February 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“no inamiTß hope op peigb.h

“no inamiTß hope op peigb.h

inamiTß hope op peigb. Telegraphing late last night our correspondent states—The proceedings to-night have unfortunately accentuated the deadlock that has arisen over the half-holiday question. meeting strikers was held in their hall, which speeches were delivered the leaders, th
6 February 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANTARCTIC EXPLORATION. SHACKLBTON Latest Arrangements. ' sraoiAL. The Press Association is Informed that Sir Ernest Shackle ton has practically decided

ANTARCTIC EXPLORATION. SHACKLBTON Latest Arrangements. ' sraoiAL. The Press Association is Informed that Sir Ernest Shackle ton has practically decided

to purchase new ship, called the Polaris, which has teen specially constructed for ioe work. She is a vessel of 650 tons, and at present Norway, where she was built by a syndicate interested in Polar work. The ship is constructed on tbo best lines, and is very economical inltiel
6 February 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OOLOHIAL OFFIGB AHCLTBB

OOLOHIAL OFFIGB AHCLTBB

DOMIHIOHB. Hartmann Jnai’s Tonp. The Central News says that Sir Hartmann Just, the secretary of the Overseas Dominions secretariat at the Colonial Office, will leave London to-morrow a tour to Australia, New Zeeland, and Canada. Hartmann, in conversation with a Central Nears Rep
6 February 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANNUAL SALE = x - Genuine Reductions. DRAWING-ROOM SUITE Cowed in-Tapestry, comprising: DROP END SETTEE ~ ) » EASY CHAIRS

ANNUAL SALE = x - Genuine Reductions. DRAWING-ROOM SUITE Cowed in-Tapestry, comprising: DROP END SETTEE ~ ) » EASY CHAIRS

_ ... I , HIGH CHAIRS ... ~ 1 WRiGHT HUNTER, LTD., STREET, BELFAST. DUBLIN LAW REPORTS, TIIIUBIT. OUR DUBLIN LETTER, nom on on COURT OF APPEAL. Before the Lord Chancellor, Lord Jortioe Holmee, end Lord Jaetioe Cherry. INTERESTING BELFAST CASE. and 44, Lowa Sackvilla Street. Nlgk
6 February 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland