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regret I‘* announce that, according official statement from the Admiralty, the British cruiser Amphion was sunk yesterday morning after striking

regret I‘* announce that, according official statement from the Admiralty, the British cruiser Amphion was sunk yesterday morning after striking

a mine. Ime hundred and thirty-one men were 1.-st, while the captain, sixteen officers, and (me hundred and thirty-five men acre saved. have been received from various * regarding a great battle in the North Sea. There not. however, any confirmation concerning these, ilihoiiyh i
7 August 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GERMAN ATTEMPT TO SECURE BRITISH NEUTRALITY Premier’s Statement in House of Commons

GERMAN ATTEMPT TO SECURE BRITISH NEUTRALITY Premier’s Statement in House of Commons

7 August 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Lcaocfo AartcLW:—

Lcaocfo AartcLW:—

Lcaocfo England and the War The Riots Inquiry - David and Goliath Lsttsk « 4 Barer —^4 News.— Laml and Sea Fighfeag : Fate 11.-VLS- Amptuon & Parliament & The Iriali Volmteera: ippoiaUwnt Inspecting Dublin and tli« Drama: The City and its Theatres Arms Proclamation Itevoked 4 Civ
7 August 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BOYLE NATIONAL VOLUN TEERS

BOYLE NATIONAL VOLUN TEERS

Addressed by Sir Henry Grattan Major Sir Henry Grattan Bellsrw, Gal way, who came to Boyle for the mobilisation the Special Reserve, addressed a the Irish Volunteers in Boyle Wedueeday night. Sir Henry was in his army uniform, and was accompanied other army officers, also in uni
7 August 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SEVERAL GERMAN SHIPS

SEVERAL GERMAN SHIPS

Captured in Brazilian Waters
7 August 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BRITISH WARSHIPS IN ADRIATIC

BRITISH WARSHIPS IN ADRIATIC

Bombardment Feared Trieste TELCO BAM. PRESS ASSORT ATIOK—CWPYKIOHT.) ROME. Thursday. rpjwrteil from that the Austrians were attacking Mountaiii, wiiich has been partly occupied. Three British warships have been sighted off att-aro. There is the greati'st alarm in Trieste where t
7 August 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KAISER AND BRITISH AMBASSADOR

KAISER AND BRITISH AMBASSADOR

Apology for Attack on Embassy (THROUGH REUTERS AGENCY.) UK'rtLIX. Thursday. British Ambassador and Belgian A) ini have left Berlin. The German authorities put two saloon ••,*jrriag-*s and u dining car at their disposal A high olticial cl" the Foreign (Mice was present at the rai
7 August 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RUMOURED CAPTURE OF GERMAN LINER

RUMOURED CAPTURE OF GERMAN LINER

In Australian Waters SWK TELEGRAM.) SYDNEY (N.S.W.), Th«rsdaj. Thei'e is rumour that (he North German Lloyd liner Seydlidtz. which left Port Jackson hurriedly Tuesday, has been captured, but at the moment the report is without verification. The German cargo steamer Pfalz, which
7 August 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAIRD LINE.

LAIRD LINE.

SCOTLAND, lsl passenger service —■—■■■' Ter Royal Mail Steamers. BOSK" and" MAPLE,* FROM LONDONDERRY; To Greenock And Tuesday, Wed neaday, Friday, and Saturday, 30 p.m. Returning every Monday Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday in connection wiih 7.10 p.m. Train from Central Station,
7 August 1914 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
WANTS.

WANTS.

the Fost Initials cr flrbitkHte .Nan»e» Vfill the Letter (WU'e, r. . under order Letters, can Dubby Journal O&oe, and triil be foncarded, if not sailed for. should eneiotu oopiee >miy Terltm-yatnU. &6., U, rink of kmna original*, CANVASSER— Wanted for Derry and District, respect
7 August 1914 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland