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ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL

ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL

SUELBOURNE FIVE %SIDE TOURNEY. Farther progress roads with the preliminary round of tins competaton, alien two the seennd mind eon• tried evening at ShefLourne Park. De. pirepia, 4 goals 2 points; &swig" , "A" goats 2 points. Arneon, 2 goals 3 points; Adam " A" goals I point. TI
7 August 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
'CTIONII. MR. HOLDEN'S AIICTIO NEXT WXDNEBDAY, 12th AUGUST, 14. 15 & 16 MID. MOUNTJOY STRI,EI. O ) s/O~ ()tedium d

'CTIONII. MR. HOLDEN'S AIICTIO NEXT WXDNEBDAY, 12th AUGUST, 14. 15 & 16 MID. MOUNTJOY STRI,EI. O ) s/O~ ()tedium d

hen lame ▪ TO r4IIIICI sou. DT 808. • lIOLLa Apra. Inn mumps yeomen. ur . ON WEDNESDAY. 12th DAY OF A TiGUST, 1914 At TES SOUS OF OXMOCS. ST W. J. HOLDEN AUCTIONEER; OM A7TODOIS ST WD mien At the SALEROOMS, 2 ST. ANDREW STREET. DIA. ' . LOT I—Busisess and Premi... A 6 PARNFLL ST
7 August 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Travellers, Etc.

Travellers, Etc.

MANAGER ...tad; Licensed general Maiserh aster', eamnemeed, plain arab lie.. ...Patio Xsa. Adder MM. Bracers% Machinery for Sale. BUITLINO sew, "Kist n the WAIL.* way; fres W. ses i stre et his. Tsp► sSe. sT•A. ALL hada of h,.. Metal. wanted. Baas. Mara watt
7 August 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
I Jewellery for &d e.

I Jewellery for &d e.

pox Wata. L Pal. Nemo. Homy ...in er4 , 44 44 Snonit iOW. TWA* Halm* occur.** No, 0 ftolk 000 Dy• Wertz. 11 L Denim; Wgh. Cokirr role= or Ord F• 6111011. &W. Shades for the Cartuarar without ripping. 1311EBC07:11. .7 Coma. Wt. . by St. prows basps Pam dos. and Lyda loner soy oth
7 August 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Furniture - Distinctive Merit ii ;»i. ..i _ HIGH IN QUALITY' LOW PRICE. INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED,

Furniture - Distinctive Merit ii ;»i. ..i _ HIGH IN QUALITY' LOW PRICE. INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED,

7 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PKEPAID ADVERTISEMENT RATES. A<Neiitoeroenta of Voeut or Wasted. to Let or For Salt, Apartments Wanted or Let, Articles Lost or

PKEPAID ADVERTISEMENT RATES. A<Neiitoeroenta of Voeut or Wasted. to Let or For Salt, Apartments Wanted or Let, Articles Lost or

Found. Specified Articles Wanted or for Sale, Ac., are inserted tfca rates;— 2§ Words, M; 25 Words, •«; 3* Wards. I/-; S 3 Words, 1/3; «• Words, 1/1. Vanr insertions (on consecnttm or •Uenwto (tan) (or three times the cost one. charged at Uneade rates fmiiiimcftarle. 2/s per (aa
7 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A Life ana Death Fight.

A Life ana Death Fight.

This war is a life and death fight nations. That it will be fought by Great Britain to finish is clear, not much from the rote £100,000,000 which was asked for the Government yesterday, and granted Parliament for the asking, hut the request which the Prime Minister, behalf of Lo
7 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE GREAT WAR.

THE GREAT WAR.

Battle in North Sea.
7 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
QERH&K WHEAT CAPTORED.

QERH&K WHEAT CAPTORED.

Press Association Queenstown correspoßdent telegraphs—The British steamer Homeric, from Galveston, bourn} Hamburg and Bremen, with 49,000 quarters of wheat, was intercepted off the West Coast of Ireland on Wednesday evening a British cruiser and convoyed this port, where she arr
7 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE POSITION IN BELFAST

THE POSITION IN BELFAST

RESERVIST 8’ READY RESPONSE. Scenes at Victoria Barracks. ULSTER VOLOHTEERS’ PATRIOTISM « ______ The authorities Victoria Barracks were kept very busy yesterday filling the necessary documents for reservists who reported themselves for duty, and in furnishing them with uniform c
7 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland