Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 84,791 articles

MONEY, MONEY.

MONEY, MONEY.

Pe) to £l,OOO Advanced on Note of Tand 40 alone, within a few boars' notice. interest medicate. Repayments arranged to suit Clients' own convenience. Apply to the Manager, at only address— MR. SAMUEL FREEMAN. THE BELFAST ADVANCE CO., LTD. 133 ROYAL AVENUE. (Opposite - "` Evening
30 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CITY OF BELFAST

CITY OF BELFAST

IMPORTANT BALE OF VALUABLE LICENSED PREMISES, SITUATE 184 YORK STREET. T. H. CON VERY has received instructions from Mr. JOHN CARROLL to Sell by Public AUCT ION, at the MART, IT PAYS FOUNTAIN STREET, on FRIDAY, the Ist day of May, 1914, at the hour of Twelve o'clock, to deal wit
30 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BANGOR. For Sale by Public AUCTION, on FRIDAY. Ist May, 1914, at TWELVE o'clock, at THE HALL, 22 FOUNTAIN STREET,

BANGOR. For Sale by Public AUCTION, on FRIDAY. Ist May, 1914, at TWELVE o'clock, at THE HALL, 22 FOUNTAIN STREET,

Belfast, riNHAT WELL-KNOWN PROPERTY, THE STAG'S HEAD TAVERN, situate on ESPLANADE, corner of BALLYMAGEE STREET. The Premises comprise a cominodious Shop and Dwelling-house, suitably adapted for the business of Publican, with two Burs and three Front Entrances, as well as an impo
30 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NAIL THAT LIE

NAIL THAT LIE

to lb* counter-4applause)—and to declare that :is freemen and as member, of the, greatest democracy in Great Britain and Ireland, the organised trades unions of theeountry, we will not have Home Rule. (.lpplau•e.) I congratulate you on, this splendid trade ninon demonstration ag
30 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CROCILIT'S EARLY STRUGGLES.

CROCILIT'S EARLY STRUGGLES.

Mr. S. R. Crockett. whose death hae just been announced at the early age of 53, was the son of a Galloway farmer, and was educated at Edinburgh, graduating in IB'9. After travelling abroad for some years, he returned to Scotland. and entered the ministry. Then be turned his atte
30 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE POPUUR PAPER.

THE POPUUR PAPER.

THE IRISH DAILY TELEGRAPH. THE NEWSPAPER FOE TODAY AND EVERY DAY. READ tbs"IRISH DAILY I REGULARLY. RECOMMEND IT TO TOUR by the al theme* - "perfect machinery and appliances. by the adoption of an peactieabla means of distribution. and by the so. celeration of the collection of
30 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST EVENING TELEGRAPH,

BELFAST EVENING TELEGRAPH,

THE RIGHTS OF Tit sTER. &dui. Thal WHAT 31R. CHURCHILL WOULD SAY. It Is a terrible policy even to contemplate, but go in frankly, as I believe the First Lord of the Admiralty would, and say, "We nre going to till Belfast with troops ; we are going • to cover every suitable spot
30 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BLOUSES.

BLOUSES.

Miss If 'Mos has just returned from London with a choke collection of moan and UNDERCLOTHING. D. LYLE HALL,
30 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLICE AND PEOPLE IN DONEGAL.

POLICE AND PEOPLE IN DONEGAL.

Hotel-kespar's Allegations. Kemaikablc allegations, which were the subject a question in the House of Commons recently, were made against the police at l alcarragh petty sessions in case in which Anne Uutfy, a cook attached the local R.l.t. barxacks, sought have Charles M'Fadden
30 April 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PI <?asßicns.

PI <?asßicns.

30 April 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland