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WAR RISK INSURANCE.

WAR RISK INSURANCE.

it appears to be very generally thought that the Government guarantee of per cent, of the war risk on ships is free insurance and relieves the shipowner that extent, it is necessary to point out that this is quite erroneous. The shipowner has to insure the whole value of his shi
25 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHURCH PARADE AT HOT.

CHURCH PARADE AT HOT.

CHURCH PARADE HOT. special parade of the Moy Company, Dcagarni Battalion, Ulster Volunteer Force, was held Sunday evening, when the men, the charge of Mr. Alexander Robinson, J.p. officer commanding company, and Mr. Gilmore, half company officer, inarched the parish church. Twent
25 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTEH, "TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1914.

THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTEH, "TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1914.

AMERICAN PRODUCE. N®w York, Monday, WHEAT.—He opening of the market wa* firm, -with !<m aeller*. and September Ic. higher than Saturday’s official close. Influenced by the recent heavy clearances, some speculative orders appeared, but later a good portion of the improvement disa
25 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE OPERATIONS AGAINST BERYIA Said to Have Been Abandoned.

THE OPERATIONS AGAINST BERYIA Said to Have Been Abandoned.

Wiring on Sunday from Udine, Italy, near the Austrian frontier, the special correspondent of the Daily Mail says—At Vienna it is announced that the operations against Servia the Drina have been abandoned. • THE PRESS AND THE WAR. First Stages of the Great Straggle.
25 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE 20th CENTORT HOMS. Woman Murdered.

THE 20th CENTORT HOMS. Woman Murdered.

The special correspondent of the Standard jres—In the Belgian village of Canne, close to the south of Maastricht and in the immediate vicinity of the Dutch frontier, the wife of thh Burgomaster was hOled as she opened the front, door German, with the butt end of his rifle. A gen
25 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CAUSE OF THE WAR. TO THE EDITOR. OB THE BELFAST NEWS LETTER,

THE CAUSE OF THE WAR. TO THE EDITOR. OB THE BELFAST NEWS LETTER,

THE CAUSE OF THE WAR. TO THE EDITOR. THE BELFAST NEWS LETTER, Sot—The statement which has been announced in many daily papers, that the assassination th© Archduke and Duchess of Moheuberg was the immediate cause of the present situation, is without foundation. This present crisis
25 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TAMERS’ CHEAP FEEDING StDFFS. COTTON SEED MEAD, M. BRAND, , pet ton. AIM COMPOUND FATTENINO »nd DAIRY CASES and HEADS.

TAMERS’ CHEAP FEEDING StDFFS. COTTON SEED MEAD, M. BRAND, , pet ton. AIM COMPOUND FATTENINO »nd DAIRY CASES and HEADS.

Plo&ae writ* tor inmplet and mention yonr trader’s name and JOHN THOMPSON & SONS, LTD., DONEGAL!- QUAY MILLS, BELFAST.
25 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW RESIDENT MAGISTRATE FOR

NEW RESIDENT MAGISTRATE FOR

COUNTY MONAGHAN. The Lord Lieutenant has been pleased, ■warrant under bia hand, bearing date the Ist day August, 1914, to appoint Mr* Alexander Irwin, heretofore resident magistrate for the county of Kerry, to a resident magistrate for the county of Monaghan, stationed Monaghan.
5 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OEBHAN CHARGES AGAINST FRANCE

OEBHAN CHARGES AGAINST FRANCE

Berlin, Monday. The following official oorrammiqne ie puhliehed hereUp to the German troops, in accordance with their orders, have- not crossed the French frontier. On the other hand, einoe jesterday French troops, without a declaration war, have been attacking our frontier forc
5 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SCENES AT THE HAGUE.

SCENES AT THE HAGUE.

Hague, Tuesday. This morning troops marched past the Palace, matched the Queen, Prince Consort,, and Princess Julianna. The Queen passed along the crowd and joined them in singing the National Anthem. TURKEY,
5 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland