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6 IN THE FOOTBALL FIELD. JUNIOR NOTES. (BY WANDEBBB.") EASTERTIDE EVENTS. A FORIIDABLE PROGRANIE. THE NATIONAL CUP FINAL. Naming over

6 IN THE FOOTBALL FIELD. JUNIOR NOTES. (BY WANDEBBB.") EASTERTIDE EVENTS. A FORIIDABLE PROGRANIE. THE NATIONAL CUP FINAL. Naming over

the somewhat formidable easter events It is diflicult to nails, that aM et next month will inaugurate 1M meow In the football world, and that the didders. like the bunion, will have to clear out. sad baggage, by that date. Like the laws wrallo Nodes and Persians. it is an unalte
9 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HE J R A A L D S M S ABSOLUTELY PURE. Made from Home-growa Fruit and Pure Sugar. Get

HE J R A A L D S M S ABSOLUTELY PURE. Made from Home-growa Fruit and Pure Sugar. Get

some to-day. -- A trial will convince yes.
22 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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VUBHAMULItY D.rigning.-Wmted. A+ pith Ilsodkerchief sod India prom. Addma Box 11643. Automobile Engineers halo s vacancy roe respeotage, welleducateel Youth as Apprentice. Apply Box 111432. ENGINE -DRIVER Panted lee Factory In city ' be competent and steady. Apply by letter. sta
1 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SALE OF VALUABLE

SALE OF VALUABLE

KILKEEL. COUNTY DOWN. FREEHOLD HOTEL, LICENSED PREMISES AND GARDEN. To be Sold by Public AUCTION, on the PREMISES, on WEDNESDAY, 22nd April, 1914, at the hour of TWO o'clock p.m. (if not. previously disposed of by Private Treaty). - 'MBE HOTEL AND LICENSED PREMISES known as the
1 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MING'S MOTOR TOUR. . ' I 4' ttl s 4 " -,-.. ,

MING'S MOTOR TOUR. . ' I 4' ttl s 4 " -,-.. ,

1 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BELGIAN ARIL

THE BELGIAN ARIL

BRUSSELS, Wedisekday.—ln conueetion with an inteipellation on the present state of :the Be!Kiln Army and the intended re'organisation. M. deeßrooquecille. Minister for War, declared that the army could be mobilised iu three days. Be added that an officer had invented a new proje
1 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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1 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
themselves to the Adjutant-General at the War Office without delay. They abould leave by first possible boat. They should be

themselves to the Adjutant-General at the War Office without delay. They abould leave by first possible boat. They should be

relieved of their commands—( Ministerial checi,•— and officers are being sent to relieve them at once. 'Resignations of all officers should be refused." I understand that that telegram was sent on the assumption that the same conditions existed. Mr. BONAR LAW—The meaning of that
1 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POSITION OF THE ARMY.

POSITION OF THE ARMY.

I shoutd like to make it perfectly clear, what the Army is likely to br (ailed upon to 110. If there is disturbance of the peace in Ulster, and all attempt to dispute the government of the country with the Imperial' Parliament, of course the .troy must be called 1111011 (Ministe
1 April 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland