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■pvESK- A splendid large square Mahogany U Writing Desk, 6 feet 5 feet, wilj sold cheap.—Seen Tboa. Ramsey's, 106, Donegal!

■pvESK- A splendid large square Mahogany U Writing Desk, 6 feet 5 feet, wilj sold cheap.—Seen Tboa. Ramsey's, 106, Donegal!

Street. 2925 SAFE— Large double-door Fite and Thief Reanting Safe, site 48 42 x 27. with drawer* a bargain.—Thoa. Ramsey’s. 106. Street. 2924 TjfMIGBANTS end Travellers, buy your Trunk* All Baas, and trsyellmg goods direct from tbs makers; skilled experts; lowest prioes Ireland;
6 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Fourth Round.

Fourth Round.

W. St. L. Evans (Portmarnock) beat J. M'Gowran (Hermitage)—2 and 1. L. 0. Mtmn (North-West) beat Joseph Gorry (County Kildare) and 3. R. Wright (Killiney) beat G* Hamlet (Skerries And 5. Earl Annesley (Royal County Down) beat J. Nugent (Hermitage)—3 and 1. Semi-Finals. Mnnn beat
6 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HAMPSHIRE v. MIDDLESEX.

HAMPSHIRE v. MIDDLESEX.

The match Southampton had yesterday to abandoned draw, rain, after delaying resumption until half-past twelve o’clock, coming on ten past one o'clock and preventing another ball being bowled. the forty minutes over which cricket extended Hampshire did very well, increasing their
6 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Mannheim Tournament.

The Mannheim Tournament.

the later rounds of the tournament Mannheim the games were stiffly contested, and the Queen’s Pawn and Ruy Lopez have been, usual, the prevailing openings. Spiel maim is still the head of affairs, but shares the lead with Alechin, the scores the end of the eighth round being fol
6 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

THE SPECIAL DAY EXCURSION TO CAMPBELTOWN ON SATURDAY, B®b AUGUST, IS CANCELLED. 6. J. BURNS, LTD. HOLIDAY SEA TRIPS. LONDON, SOUTH OF ENGLAND, CHANNEL ISLAN DS, &0., &c. Illustrated Handbook free application. CLYDE SHIPPINQ CO., LTD.. 50, WARING STREET. BELFAST. 281 BELFAST ASP
6 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MONET.

MONET.

THE NORTHERN COUNTIES LOAN AND DISCOUNT CO-. LTD-, CATHEDRAL BUILDINGS, 6ds, DONEGALL STREET, BELFAST (Established 1878). ADVANCES are granted reasonable rates upon approved personal security, without or publicity, repayable by agreed instaimenta. Special terms for Loans upon Li
6 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DUKE OF COBBADOHT’S

THE DUKE OF COBBADOHT’S

MESSAGE. Th« Cobirial Office eecehred the faj, lowing telegram from the of Connaught:— Phase commmncaie the following hie Mej«ty:— Is the name the Dominion of I bmuhly think jonr Majesty fat y<mi message of sppronl Cauda stands mated from the Pacific to the Atlantic her deter, m
6 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STRANDED BRITISHERS. BOUND FOR THE FRONT. .. • Beserriats Leave Belfeat POSITION AT CONTINENTAL PORTS. ITHUBUBTIO DKPJLBSVBI BOMBS Thousands Unable

STRANDED BRITISHERS. BOUND FOR THE FRONT. .. • Beserriats Leave Belfeat POSITION AT CONTINENTAL PORTS. ITHUBUBTIO DKPJLBSVBI BOMBS Thousands Unable

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6 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE REOPENING OF THE BANKS

THE REOPENING OF THE BANKS

Outlook on the Stock Exchange. London, Wednesday. The die is cast, and the Oily approves the action of the British Government almost as one roan (says our financial representative). Of course the voting of large credits is now necessary, and in this connection the Stock Exchange
6 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER VOLUNTEER FORCE,

ULSTER VOLUNTEER FORCE,

INSPECTION KILLTHOOH, ***» Cookolown B»Ualion of the Tyrone Regiment, D.V.F., took place Monday afternoon. The men began to. aaaemble at 2 p.m. the headquarters of the different companies, and marched direct to Killymoon demesne, where the inspection to take place at 5 p.m. The
6 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland