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SHELBOURNE CLUB'S CAPTURE.

SHELBOURNE CLUB'S CAPTURE.

is officially slated that Val Harris, the Irish international, who has been assisting Everton some years past, signed for Shelboame yesterday. Harris, who originally played for Sheiboarne before joining Evcrton, has the honour of being the first captain Irish team beat England,
6 May 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TBCHIIOAL EDUCATION IK COURT?

TBCHIIOAL EDUCATION IK COURT?

ARMAGH. Mr. Thomas A. M'dure, J.P. (chairman) presided a meeting of the County Armagh Technical Instruction Committee held yesterday. The Department wrote .stating that examination of the general administration account of the committee showed that considerably more was spent in
6 May 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LEICESTER v. ESSEX.

LEICESTER v. ESSEX.

the close of play Monday Essex were left with 368 runs to get with all their wicketa intact, but they distinctly failed yesterday, and all were disposed of for 129, Leicestershire winning easily 239 runs. and Tamer were the. only batsmen negotiate the bowling of K,inß and Skewin
6 May 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FBIMTTKBY OP BELFAST.

FBIMTTKBY OP BELFAST.

BELFAST. Th® asoiifchly meeting the Presbytery Belfast feeW yesterday the Boardroom, ChnrcK Houeo—tho Moderator (Rev. William occupying the chair. The Court having been constUuted and the minutea read and coiafirm»d> the Moderator «a»d the time had now come ask the Presbytery app
6 May 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOVELTIES

NOVELTIES

NECKWEAR, LACES, RIBBONS, & FLOWERS, Adaptable to the requirement! Fashion and Good Taste. JAMES LINDSAY & CO., v LIMITED. (ESTABLISHED ANNO 1737.) BELFAST: WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1914. TO-DAY'S WEATHER FORECAST. All parts of England, Ireland, and Wales; East and West of Scotland, an
6 May 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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SAILINGS FROM LONDON. Steadiest Vessels in the Trade. For full information apptv H. A W. NELSON Ltd. London. E.C.... 98, Street. Liverpool 30. Water Street. Birmingham 86, New Street.
20 May 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOWLING ANALYSIS.

BOWLING ANALYSIS.

Esses—First Innings—Hirst 2 for 56. Booth 6 for 96. Drake 1 for Rhodes 1 for 36. Second Innings—Hirst 0 for 36. Booth 8 for 64, 1 lor 2), lor 8, Kiloer 0 for 15. Yoffcstatro—First Innings—Douglas 2 for 91, Tremiin 1 for 98, Louden for ill, Hills 0 for 36, Carpenter for 27. Busse
20 May 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROBSON'S FAT STOCK SALES.

ROBSON'S FAT STOCK SALES.

Messrs. John Robson, Limited, held their 'weekly sale of fat sheep and lamba on the 4th inst., with supplies similar to the previous -week. Prime mutton was scarcer, and selling 2s to 3s per bead over last sale. Blackfaced ewes were in exceptionally good demand, making almost mu
6 May 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BAKCRIIS.

BAKCRIIS.

July ‘Jan.July 613 4 Feb. Aug. 8 6 8: Do. 7 2 Jun Deo. 7! Do. 5 7MayNov, 1 11 4 June Deo 6 0 0 Do. 17 SO O O 5 0 Jau. July 2 8 0 4$ 716 6 Mar.bet 1. 10 0 4* 511 10 0 9 Feb. Aug 7 O C i Keb.Ang. 5 O 44 417 4 Jan. July 12 1 6 17 8 Mar. Sep. 812 8 7 8 2 Mar. Sep. 014 C 0 I Apr. 75
6 May 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
- SUMMER MILLINERY, MISS MAGEE, STRANDTOWN, Has again returned from London (second visit) with new models, inolndug SHEPHERDESS’ and WATTEAU

- SUMMER MILLINERY, MISS MAGEE, STRANDTOWN, Has again returned from London (second visit) with new models, inolndug SHEPHERDESS’ and WATTEAU

HATS. SMALL HATS. TOQUES, vd BONNETS for MATRONS, and HATS for YOUNG LADIES. INSPECTION INVITED, .
6 May 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland