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BELFAST LENNY ASSAULT CASE. .%COUSED RETURNED FOR TRILL Before Mr. E. M. P. Wynne, RAI., the . magisterial inquiry in

BELFAST LENNY ASSAULT CASE. .%COUSED RETURNED FOR TRILL Before Mr. E. M. P. Wynne, RAI., the . magisterial inquiry in

connection with M. MTartby. boots, who was employed at the Imperial Hotel, Treks, was concluded. Be stands charged Must on flth June be burglarionsly entered Mrs. Lumisclea's house. grievously assaulted her. and stole two vain- Ale rings from off her fingers. The circumstances o
3 August 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BIRTHS, 11/11111AGES, AND DEATHS.

BIRTHS, 11/11111AGES, AND DEATHS.

ft. rharge• bet them •nocouinemrnta Banta I. ad; blatnades. ad: Mak* Liana% Is 24: Inlesson& Patna. 6d. Intemant Mend 'nth terse el a besd lk 64: do.. dith tam Ens. 4; 46., with Tern cl 6 it... ; do. solid ten. 10 Wed did with tens al 12 Inn. 2. 64. "Is Yamada ands. Thanks NOT 6
3 August 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Total (for tour wickeld

Total (for tour wickeld

Total (for tour V. NORTHAIPTONSIIIIE. NOBTHANTS—Fint W. iN. Baotou 71, J. S. Denton 74, Boawood with 177, Thompson 73, Woolley 4. A. D. Beaton 51 tut 22; 21—to4al Uot 657 &Milli d rioted). _ . BCBSE.X—First Winn. Bowl. b Thosnewom ...... Jon, Boswell b Smith Bell IA.I c Thompson
3 August 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELF A STM A N SUDDEN DEATH.

BELF A STM A N SUDDEN DEATH.

On Saturday Dr. Munaen held an inquest at Larne touching the death of John Murphy, S 4 Donnybrook Street. Belfast, which took place suddenly on Friday evening at -- William -- rid when deceased was in the post offiee waiting for • paper, lw callopwd and expired immediately. Dr.
3 August 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HELP. FOR MOTHERLAND

HELP. FOR MOTHERLAND

DONINIONS OFFER AID. RING'S APPRECIATION. The Colonial °Rive night issued the following telegraphic conimunicatioms:—
3 August 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MT OUR LADY CORRESPONDENT.)

MT OUR LADY CORRESPONDENT.)

The "Retrospective Exhibition" of Mr. John Lavery's painting has been quite the suet-eon of the mason and for the two months', that it was installed at the Grosvenor Gallery it has been visited by enormous crowds in which were included people of practically every nationality in
3 August 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Eiffel A 44/1 hi gin 32 toblne .2 • eign.= larva Lamm& • Named •atis sod Soot ower Try iL Lemonado

Eiffel A 44/1 hi gin 32 toblne .2 • eign.= larva Lamm& • Named •atis sod Soot ower Try iL Lemonado

Eiffel A 32 ower Try Lemonado The Best Summer Drink./ SUFFRAGIST ROWDYISM. During Divine service at Westminsh Abbey yesterday afternoon. when the Ard bishop of Canterbury preached, there were, number of Suffragist interruptions, militant in various parts of the building making th
3 August 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
nENTRAL PICTURE THEATRE, V-> 18 and 20, SMITHFIELD. Continuous perforc&ance from 2 till 10-30. to-day- IN THE WILDS OF AFRICA.

nENTRAL PICTURE THEATRE, V-> 18 and 20, SMITHFIELD. Continuous perforc&ance from 2 till 10-30. to-day- IN THE WILDS OF AFRICA.

Thrilling picture play of Native African Life. Supported Powerful Programme, Prices ... ... ... ‘... and 6d, 2795
3 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PEACE WAR,. BURBERRY COATS IN. PEACE AND WAR HAVE BEEN FOUND UNEQUALLED. OFFICERS’ REGULATION COATS All Bizn in Stock. AGENT:

PEACE WAR,. BURBERRY COATS IN. PEACE AND WAR HAVE BEEN FOUND UNEQUALLED. OFFICERS’ REGULATION COATS All Bizn in Stock. AGENT:

W. J. MARSHALL, HIGH STREET.
3 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GERMANY DECLARES WAR.

GERMANY DECLARES WAR.

Invasion ol France. BATTLE NEAR NANCY. Reported German Repulse. RUSSIAN TROOPS CROSS FRONTIER; THE BRITISH ATTITUDE. NAVAL RESERVES MOBIMSED Government to Ask for £50,000,000 Credit. KING AND FINANCIAL CRISIS. The blow has fallen, and Europe appears to be on the verge of terribl
3 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland