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_A«gn* W. - » l - Samuel Burgess, eon* ,n 14, Rectory, Ae Wife Of life ROV. J. M-Cradcen, - eoo.
17 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MOTORS AND CYCLES. ONDERFUL SPECTACLE LENS,

MOTORS AND CYCLES. ONDERFUL SPECTACLE LENS,

LIZ&BS ISOKBYBTIB and LENSES are the only Lenses la which distortion edges has been eliminated. This makes them inYaltiable Shooting, Billiards, and Sports. They represent the only serious advance In lens cons traction for over 100 years. PARTICUURB FREE BY POBT. i. LIZARS. 8, W
17 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SCOTTISH FOOTBALL OPENS.

SCOTTISH FOOTBALL OPENS.

Saturday saw the start the Scottish football season. The authorities wisely decided not to interfere with the usual arrangements. Celtic were at Edinburgh with not single change from their last year’s team, which is surely a record in its way. Rangers had Craig (Irish internatio
17 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ALLEGED GERMAN SPY ARRESTED IN BELFAST.

ALLEGED GERMAN SPY ARRESTED IN BELFAST.

Wandering about the Docks, POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS. In the Belfast Custody Court Saturday, fore Messrs. Garrett Nagle, RAL; J. H. Gault, J.P.; T. W. Wilson, J.P.; and Alexander Crooks, J.P.—John Rochmann, 117, Madrid Street, said be a German, who was before the Court Thursday l
17 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUX BUeUL

DUX BUeUL

TO BDrrOB OF VBX BELFAST KEWB-LITTE*. Sm —Most of all sugar is produced now from beet, and the British Islee consume more sugar than any other country in the world in proportion to its population, tie growing of beet must b© taken up extensively. I have heard English people expr
17 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
APPROPRIATE PSALMS.

APPROPRIATE PSALMS.

Vine editor oar the Belfast hiws-übfirr. Sm—There are least dozen psalms which will b© found most suitable for the worship of God in the present distressful times. These can b© arranged three divisions, as follows:—(1) Psalms expressing confidence in God, 3rd, 27th, 57th, and 61
17 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEPARTURE OF THE AUSTRIAN AMBASSADOR. Sconos at Paddington Station.

DEPARTURE OF THE AUSTRIAN AMBASSADOR. Sconos at Paddington Station.

Tho Austrian Ambassador Count Mensdorff and his staff left London last night for Austria. Guards, who wore changing quarters. The Ambassador motored to Paddington shortly before midnight and was received several Government officials. The departure platform was kept private, but
17 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FROM THE GERMAN PRESS. Oosaaoks Declared to be

FROM THE GERMAN PRESS. Oosaaoks Declared to be

berg, Bth August, stating that authoritative news has com© from Mem el and •Tilsit that the Cossacks are disaffected, that they are willing sell their horses for 20 marks, and are so hungry that they throw away their arms, begging their enemies to give them bread and work, sayin
17 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ABEIVED THIS POET OS Kill 4 IN'ET. Gledhow, sb, Needham, from Salim; Jams* G alia her. coaaigaee; John Co., agents. LADES. the as Toronofro, from Haathabber; as ‘lTieme. from Irrlne; IlJnianno. from Aidrproan; M. J. OSug, S 3 KJlooan, and Keljjte, from Ganitoß; «s Craig and ss L
17 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COLONIAL WAR CONTINGENTS.

COLONIAL WAR CONTINGENTS.

The Press .Association understands that in consultation with the Imperial Government the High- Commissioners for Canada, Australia, and New Zealand have organised war contingent associations in order to direct the efforts of the people of those Dominions in Great Britain into mo
17 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland