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MX. ASQUITH’S SHOES.

MX. ASQUITH’S SHOES.

Show Dnmaod hu biting thing* M* in th. lymdan M.guino" .boot the polity run* who, ho oHogn, waiting to Mop into Mr. Asquith*, ahora. Mr. Win Mon (hr MyM i* .for Prrmimhip No part} in thr world mold atomarh . Win Mon and a Lloyd- George thr name time. Thrv are bound diragrrr with
30 April 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
DERBY TO BOSTON

DERBY TO BOSTON

lad PORTLAND, Mm. ::K-;^“s|S=lS:::Sr ,^;2 MwuliUul .. iwa., w»j IJilorUa .. k»l, Jolj lb*" AlUm" Limb tebmi D*r lo IxadDifforls, a.artth-WM.OrtrtMrtrt. . ■■ SSI 6®, »xyi^#wmxß»iummEmmßEwy. ANCHOR LINE
30 April 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
BOOTLE.

BOOTLE.

ST. MARY TKMPKRANCi: L.Q.U No. 813. The members of this lodge held their munthlr meeting in St. Mary Sdio-'ls. Bootlc~Br, has. Thonboe. W.M., the chair, assisted Br. A. Liggett, P.M.. the vice chair. Ihs lodge prayer, the chaplain reading portion Scripture, and a hymn being sung
30 April 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JUDGING from the number of enquiries received by the •• Evening Telegraph" from time to time, for information regarding Seaside

JUDGING from the number of enquiries received by the •• Evening Telegraph" from time to time, for information regarding Seaside

and Country Houses and Apartments in the North of Ireland to let " for the Summer Months, it would seem that the province of Ulster is rapidly becoming a favourite district for Holiday-makers from all parts of England and Scotland. The fact that such enquiries reach this office
30 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE HORB^ MOLDIER

THE HORB^ MOLDIER

Major•flenrtel Leonard Wood. (Ina of fleet of the United States Atmt. who will command le the operatic...a menet the moon ...Meg himself Pleeklent al Mellen.' IA • e.t.d....1d e-anspli of the " here" *Welke% the "Exert.."ray.. When the npauleh•Amerirea war started. Leonard Wood
30 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NONKEYSAS FEVERCARRIERS

NONKEYSAS FEVERCARRIERS

Old ouperotition• are often founded on hut, and Dr. Andrew Balfour has found one amongst the negroeo of Trinidad that to likely to have a ...Timr influence on the PINE! Connie of tropical medicine. The supertti' tion is that whenever monkeys are found dead or dying in the high w
30 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INFURIATED FIRST LORD.

INFURIATED FIRST LORD.

Ncvertheiewa. Pro infnriated WOK the First Lord that from the 10..00.01, apparently, a new policy wax adopteii -I do not .ay by the whole of the (tore, nment lint at all eventa by the Virg Lord and than• he auk! permarle or wt., that imlicy which has led to all the conacquent li
30 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NSW COAT/ lAD Ni, COLLAR,

NSW COAT/ lAD Ni, COLLAR,

There is a wonderful variety in the style sad the length of the omits, but the abbrsvi• ated bolero is nndoubledly the first favourite. according to the Lady's Pictorial, • new jauntiness being given to its later' varieties by the addition o a small, square coat-tail at the back
30 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A ParrTlC NIGHTDRESS.

A ParrTlC NIGHTDRESS.

A NIGHTDRESS. For the benefit of those who are antioue to get ahead with their summer needlework, we give in our illustration the pattern of a particularly simple yet pretty nightdress. No fastenings will be required, if the neck part be cut just large enough to slip on over the
30 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO-DAY• 9 RECIPE

TO-DAY• 9 RECIPE

()Nom is a very agreeable sweet. Beat the yolks of four eggs, vid half a pint of milk. and strain into jug. Set thin in a pan of boiling water and stir gently over the fire till is thickens, being careful not to let it boil or it will curdle. Welt an nude. of gelatine in fear ta
30 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland