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BA2LINOS TO EUROPE DU-

BA2LINOS TO EUROPE DU-

New York, Saturday. The Cunard, White Star, Red Star, American,* Leyland, Dominion, and Atlantic Transport lines have discontinued sailings to Europe, but England is not affected. COWES WEEK BY DESIRE OF THE KING. By the special desire of the King Cowee week regattas of the Roya
4 August 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
AMERICAS TOURISTS STRANDED IE XUBOPX.

AMERICAS TOURISTS STRANDED IE XUBOPX.

Washington, Sunday. The Stale Department is arranging plans for bringing home the thousands of American tourists who lire stranded in Europe. The Depart, ment flooded with anxious inquiries, and it is considered probable that arrangements will be made to send a steamer Europe fo
4 August 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ALL BOOTS

ALL BOOTS

SHOULD BK POLISHED WITH It mskM aod, pliaUt, mi ■■■lirtaMa. aai pn<MM » WOUut, akw, (ra>Ur«kHo« lkaat(>«n>o*«< tka Mf. Alaaa flna walarpraofer. IW, ar im). U.U, U,miU , OmUf, U. Of aU DmUn. CHISWICK POLISH «).. LTD.
4 August 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
POSITION OF THE D M P

POSITION OF THE D M P

Thor*’ an» ial ground? for th«* heiipf that th« will reinstated after the e-ttioial inquiry. Having in this the intention the men in the force confine the . ttontion of their organisation obtaining improved conditions of service and increased pay and }»ensions. NEW SECRETARY TO
4 August 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RUPTURE threatened

RUPTURE threatened

British Mobilisation Ordered NAVY NOW ON WAR FOOTING Protection of Belgium’s Neutrality. GERMAN INVASION OF FRANCE Attempted Denial by Ambassador
4 August 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr. Redmond's Offer

Mr. Redmond's Offer

Mr. REDMOND, who on rising was the recipient <»f groat ovation from all parts of th- House, said—l hope the House will not consider it improper on my part, in the grave circa instances i« which we are assembled, if I intervene for very few moments. was moved to do a great deal t
4 August 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORRESPONDENCE

CORRESPONDENCE

THE RECENT OCCURRENCE The great demand for Australian meaA. coming from various countries, has increased the interest in sheep and cattle-raising in the Commonwealth. The area comprised in the Having road the evidence given at the Northern Teiritcrv alone, over half milUon Col<
4 August 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GLOBE Chester/mid

GLOBE Chester/mid

4 August 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUITES

SUITES

n QUEEN ANNE and JACOBEAN STYLES. 0 12, 14,17 and. 19 .. . Cash or . . , by Arrangement. INSPECTION U CORDIALLY 0 INVITED. . GLOBE Furnishing Co. iJ. R. Graist.l %Proprietor./ SO and 40 HIGH ST., BELFAST C 1... 1 o'clock W s. p.a. Saturdays. a pia. Miter Says.
4 August 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Direct ForthAgit!, Derma lams Md.% at

Direct ForthAgit!, Derma lams Md.% at

Direct ForthAgit!, Derma lams Md.% !WIN-SCIUSW ISOM BELFAST. TROM Lake Matnitena. Aug. 20 AMMO , Lake Manatoba. beet. 24Lake Manatee% An& 19 Lake Manatees. Oct. 29 I Empress Britain. Aug. 21 Yawns., !embark 10.0 al walla.. Elmo;Through Tickets to all inland deothstions. Pamphlet.
4 August 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland