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THE LANDING OF ARMS.

THE LANDING OF ARMS.

Premier and “An Unprecedented Outrage.” AUTHORITY OF THE LAW TO BE VINDICATED. Mr. IX)UGH (R.), rising at the close of questions. said—l desire ask the Prime Minister a question of which I have given private notice, namely, whether it is true that large quantities of rifles and
28 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GASTLEDERO.

GASTLEDERO.

Mr. James Leitch (chairman) presided at the weekly meeting of this Board 24th inst. The I other members present were —Messrs. Robert Thompson, Thomas Keys, J.P.; B. J. Leitch, Jas. Haaghey. Bernard Dougan, Patk. Doherty. Patrick M’Menarmn, and Joseph M'Crory. The Local Governmen
28 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PANOPTICON.

THE PANOPTICON.

The programme the Panopticon, High Street, during the early part of this week brimful of interost and contains several notablo films, prominent among which is capital collection pictures of the Easter Camp Clandeboye, which was visited Sir Edward Carson. The film will appeal str
28 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NITRATIS.

NITRATIS.

9/0 Lagunas Syndicate ... 10% Lautaro ... ... M . 10 IOMi 22'6 Lew Tainarugal 1 3-52 1 5-32 Santa Kita 1%
28 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INCREASE YOUR CAR COMFORT AND DECREASE YOUR TYRE EXPENDITURE. The following it a cow of letter we have received from

INCREASE YOUR CAR COMFORT AND DECREASE YOUR TYRE EXPENDITURE. The following it a cow of letter we have received from

the HoodaiUe Hydranllc Suspension Company ** I pleased to Inform you that after two years' searching tests and trials, the BELLEVILLE Works have Anally adopted the Houdallle Hydraulic Suspension a i integral t» rt of their chassis, and will now standardise them, and have placed
28 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
From a Special Correspondent.

From a Special Correspondent.

Stockton. Thursday Night. weather to-night remains very warm, and while rain would materially benefit (he going, to-night the arrival list euggc.sts that tho fields will lie large, fur many of the horses which ran at Pontefract and aro engaged here will travel over tho morning-
24 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A Warren point Milk Transaction.

A Warren point Milk Transaction.

At Warrenpoint petty sessions on tho 21st inst. Sergeant Balmer, inspector the Foods and Drugs Act, prosecuted Mrs. Annie Curran, of Church Street, Warrenpoint, on tho charge of having sold the prejudice of the purchaser a quantity of new milk which was not of the value of the a
24 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INQUEST AT BALLYMENA.

INQUEST AT BALLYMENA.

Mr, John Adrain, deputy coroner for Mid-Antrim, attended Ballymena, and held an inquest on the bodv of a man named James Smith, gardener, who was found lying d. that morning at his own back door. Mr-. Smith gave evidence of identification, and stated that sue last spoke her husb
24 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A NEWSPAPER'S OPINION

A NEWSPAPER'S OPINION

OF THE BELFAST DIRECTORY ondonderry Sentinel **— have just received copy of the thirty-fifth annual issue this comprehensive and remarkably useful yearbook. .. . The Ulster counties section of the book, which deals not only with all the official departments of the province, but
24 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

Mr. FRED HALL (U., Dulwich) asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland if any comtnunica tiou behalf of the Government was made to the police authorities in Belfast or elsewhere with reference the military operations recently projected Ulster; and. if so, whether he would give the te
24 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland