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IMPORTANT AUCTION

IMPORTANT AUCTION

SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, VALUABLE ROSEWOOD UPRIGHT GRAND PIANOFORTE, BY PHILLIPS! 2 WALNUT PIANOFORTES, MILNER’S 32 -INCH BURGLAR ■ PROOF SAFE (COST £3l), 48-INCH MILNER’S FIREPROOF SAFE, WILLIAMS’ CHEQUE PUNCH, YOST TYPEWRITER AND TYPIST’S TABLE, 2 ROLL-TOP DESKS, GENT.’S
1 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXCURSION AND PLEASURE PARTIES

EXCURSION AND PLEASURE PARTIES

■IDLAND RAILWAY (RORTHBBH COUNTIES COMMITTEE). Mr. party, Belfast to Portnsh; Pinvoy Presbyterian Church (450), Ballymoney Portrueh: Bcv. B. T. Davis, Belfast Apeiey Street Hall Sunday School, Belfast to Bally carry; Messy. Morris & Ashworth’s party, Antrim to Castlerock; Cooper
1 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL.

INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL.

RECENT INTERMEDIATE DISTINCTIONS (since 1910) include MEDALS, for FIRST PLACE IRELAND in German and Mathematics; FIRST PLACE IN IRELAND in Modem Literary Group (French and German) twice; Several Exhibitions of £25, £2O, and £10; and several Special Composition and other Prises.
1 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CO-DAY’S WEATHER FOBECABT.

CO-DAY’S WEATHER FOBECABT.

All parts of Ireland, North-East and North-West England, North, East, and West of Scotland, and North Wales—Wind between aouth-weat and eouth-eaet, mostly light moderate ; changeable; some ram and mist; cool to moderate temperature. . „ South-West, East, and South England, South
1 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

OX7B WIBB. OVIICB, X.BIOBTOV HOUBB, 187 Aim 169, Stszbt. B.C. Friday Night. W© have passed through * day of anxiety and tension unparalleled in the memory of the oldest citizens. For Che first time since the Crimean war, nearly sixty years ago, Britain, with her vast industrial
1 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DAY’S EVENTS REVIEWED.

THE DAY’S EVENTS REVIEWED.

Situation in Amtrloa. BIS FISH OF BBOSBIB PAILS. Members flocked to the City a rery early boor tine morning in fear and foreboding to what was likely to happen the House. 9-50 the Committee for General Purposes assembled, and three minutes past ten came the decree abutting the S
1 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOMBIBDMEST OP BELOB&DE BENEVBD.

BOMBIBDMEST OP BELOB&DE BENEVBD.

Beply from Servians. Athens, Friday. The-Servian Legation received telegram from Mach stating that the bombardment Belgrade began again yesterday morning. The Servians did not reply, fearing otherwise that the city might be destroyed.
1 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO PROTECT THE RAILWAYS. Nev Prussian Order.

TO PROTECT THE RAILWAYS. Nev Prussian Order.

rues association stecial. Koenigsburg, East Prussia, Friday. The following notification by the Commissioner of Police has been issued —In order to ensure the safety of the main railway and retting stock military guard has been posted the station. The public are forbidden to appr
1 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUR DUBLIN LETTER.

OUR DUBLIN LETTER.

now on* 43 and 44, Lower Backvilla Street. Friday Night. Motor 'Bos Barries. Du Win been too excited during the past few days take much notice of new development in the city's traffic, which in ordinary circumstances would have occasioned good deal comment. This development is t
1 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 1. 1914.

THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 1. 1914.

HELD MARCH, 1914, All the Sncoews from Belfast and Plater Coll >f the 1: and the GAINED BY CONNELL’S INSTITUTE, The names, addresses, and places of the enccessfol pupils are:— R. Gbansden, I nth Place D.K. 20, Aubrey et., Derry ) (Ist Irish) V. McMahon, I,BBth Place D.K. 12, Cab
1 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland