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THE GENERAL ELECTION DEMAND

THE GENERAL ELECTION DEMAND

JVlr. FRED HALL asked if the Ftatenient by tbo Foreign Secretary, that in the event of the Homo Rule Bill becoming law it would not como into effect till after a General Election had taken place, was made with the authority of the Government; and. if so, when was the earliest da
30 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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ora own cob kspqn*dkxt. Vera Cruz, Wednesday. The Americans have established civil government of Vera Cruz, and Mr. Robert Kerr, a Chicago lawyer, has been sworn in as Governor. The Hancock is proceeding Puerto. Mexico, embark refugees. more refugee trains from Mexico City arc ex
30 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Unionists' Desire for Settlement.

Unionists' Desire for Settlement.

The " Daily Telegraph" says—Tli» resumed debate upon the motion for a judicial inquiry into the Ministerial measures recently taken against Ulster was substance, was only natural, dkcussion of the new suggestion for conciliation'and compromise which Mr. Churchill threw out in va
30 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BHANKILL.

BHANKILL.

•Robert James Bell, 133, Shaukill Rond, rro▼iston merchant. Proposer. Henry Maguire, 44, clmbrai ;on<ler - R, l har<l Hughw, f 63. Robert Foots <2, Parade, injur 277 < S n Pr 'p * . Robert Andrew^ IS; ~/^ aUl I<ll,l,S, o'’ * B v " li" Road, rent ' Rjn'ay. Wolfhill Terleni«t& " <
30 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE GENERAL SYNOD.

THE GENERAL SYNOD.

Resumed Annual Proceedings. PRAYER BOOK REVISION. Alteration in Marriage Service.
30 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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DIOCESAN REPRESENTATION.

DIOCESAN REPRESENTATION.

Mr. J. A. Maconcliy moved, a-bill amend the constitution the Church in reference the clerical reprwentation on the General Synod and .enabling the suggestions made in report Standing Committee to be carried out.' The mover (luring the discusaion said that tl»e matter came before
30 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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30 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, THURSDAY, APRIL SO, 1914.

THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, THURSDAY, APRIL SO, 1914.

LieuteUartt-Comroauder Reginald S. Goff, is similar to the A casta in point horse-power and armament, but has a slightly larger tonnage, which is 964, compared with 935 the Acasta. On tho other hand, the Hardy—Lieutenant-Commander Lewis E. Crabbe—has a tonnage only 908, with » h
30 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SETTLEMENT PROPOSALS.

SETTLEMENT PROPOSALS.

Conversations Will Probably be Renewed. HOPEFUL FEELING IN THE LOBBY. The Frees Association says—Event* Lav® marched quickly since Mr. Churchill, at th® close of his speech on th« 28th inet., threw out Sir Edward Carson the suggestion which was immediately construed into a fresh
30 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Sir A. Paget’s View of the Position.

Sir A. Paget’s View of the Position.

Sir A. Paget when went th© Secretary for War to beg this concession quite clearly r.ntici- r_o-Wirat»v»-rf.VVa»'>■’*'>'.j ✓-'-*' paled that there were great operation* In Ulster in which it would cruel to involve men who were themselve* connected with Ulster. I do not see how it
30 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland