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FATALITY It THE QOEEHU 18L4HD.

FATALITY It THE QOEEHU 18L4HD.

FATALITY THE 18L4HD. Yesterday morning man named John Watton, aged twenty three years, 137, Dee Street, Belfast, a red-leader the employment of Messrs. Hariand & Wolff, Ltd., work on the gantry, nearly two hundred feet above the ground, when accidentally dipped and fell, receivin
1 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MONEY AND STOCKS.

MONEY AND STOCKS.

Closing of Exchanges. The Committee of the London Stock Bs> change gave notice tkal the Exchange would ha elosed ■nil farther notice, mridat Intlmatlen will M given to the Press the day before (be Boose la be The Exchanges in Liverpool. Banchester, Ctaagaw. Edinburgh, Dublin, an
1 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Nationalists and the War.

Nationalists and the War.

The special correspondent the “Morning Post” in Dublin wires—Archbishop Walsh has left Dublin and his address is refused. Mr. Murphy, who might give a lead to the moderate Nationalists, is also out of town. It has to recorded that there is no patriotic Nationalist response as ye
1 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IHBPECTIOH IN MID-TYEOHE.

IHBPECTIOH IN MID-TYEOHE.

On Thursday evening “A, “M,” and portions of “I” ami companies the 2nd lion of the Tyrone Regiment were mobilised Omagh, the men bringing rifles and bayonets and full equipment. Over 300 men were parade, while the Nursing Corps turned out 60 strong. The ccnrpanles paraded their
1 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXPRESS DAILY DAYLIGHT SERVICE (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED), PORTRUSH TO GLASGOW, EDINBURGH, &o*i VIA ARDROSSAN, IS NOW PROCEEDING. BY R.M.S “HAZEL.” Steamer

EXPRESS DAILY DAYLIGHT SERVICE (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED), PORTRUSH TO GLASGOW, EDINBURGH, &o*i VIA ARDROSSAN, IS NOW PROCEEDING. BY R.M.S “HAZEL.” Steamer

leaves 3-45 pan., due 5 P.bT Glasgow. 9-68 p.m.; Edinburgh (Princes Street), 11-38 p.m. Passenger., and their luggage only cai specified aslluij bUte. LAIRD LINE. LTD.. A carried subject to COLERAINE. 283
1 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON. Id Unique Situation for or Flaasore. WESTMINSTER PALACE HOTEL* opposite Westminster Abbey and Parliament, LONDON, S.W. Fina first-class Hotel.

LONDON. Id Unique Situation for or Flaasore. WESTMINSTER PALACE HOTEL* opposite Westminster Abbey and Parliament, LONDON, S.W. Fina first-class Hotel.

Very moderate tariff. ’Phone every room. Easy access all parts. Motor Garage adjacent the Hotel. 191
5 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTRY & SEASIDE APARTMENTS

COUNTRY & SEASIDE APARTMENTS

BANGOR. Ballyholme; Ivv Lodge Boarding House; close to Rea, golf, parks, end all }_ 4s day.—Misa Nelli, 2821 "CfcANGOR. *—s and 6.' Lorelei; Private Boarding JL> House, on front and Marine Gardens; convenient to bathing, boating.—Missea Mulholland ; 65 2596 EWCASTLE, Co, Down.—A
5 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AUGUST MAGAZINES.

AUGUST MAGAZINES.

the "Strand Magazine" there is the first of two articles in which Sir Douglaw Mawson tails in detail the story of his thrilling expsrianos in the Antarctic regions, in the course of which both his companions lost their lives, and himself, after perhaps the most terriflo perils o
5 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW FREEMAN QF BELFAST

NEW FREEMAN QF BELFAST

COMPLIMENT TO SIR EDWARD CARSON. Hlb Services to Dlster. OPPOSITION BT NATIONALIST MEMBERS. the quarterly meeting of the Belfast City Conncil yesterday. The Lord Mayor (Councillor Crawford M'Cullagh, J.P.) moved—" That the Right Honour- able Sir Edward Henry Carson, P.C., LL.D.,
5 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CALLING OUT OF THE ABUT

CALLING OUT OF THE ABUT

SEBERTE. The Official AND THE BAUtVATB. A supplement tilt London Gazette " waa Isßucd last night containing the text the proclamation for calling onfc the Army Reserve (which also gives authority for embodying the Territorial Force) and of that for continuing toldiets the army s
5 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland