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arranged, draped with a full pannier effect on either side and finished at the waist with deep belt of the

arranged, draped with a full pannier effect on either side and finished at the waist with deep belt of the

same coloured silk edged with white; the bodies is cut on simple but becoming lines, with square neck and short sleeves, outlined with white. The cop worn with this was composed one-half mauve silk, and the other half of white, the two being very prettily draped together and tie
4 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AUGUST MAGAZINES.

AUGUST MAGAZINES.

In the Empire Review there i* discnsaion “The European Situation,” by “Diplomatist,” and 'this is followed by important article by Lord Sydenham on “ The Cftonnel Tunnel.” F. A. W. Gisborne -writes paper Industrial Dictatorship,” and Sir Charles Bruce desk with the question “ Ci
4 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
KINEHA BOUSE.

KINEHA BOUSE.

Patrons of this popular place entertainment will find 'plenty interest and in . tht capital programme which has been arranged for this week. The principal number is splendid example of the art cinematography entitled drama of.more than ordinary intesast. scenes portrayed are bot
4 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MB. MMUBL 8008.

MB. MMUBL 8008.

MB. 8008. Wo regret to announce the death of Mr. Samuel Hogg, of 19, Wellington Park, and 6 and 9, BkaaldH Road, Self net, whit* took place yesterday morning Donagbadee, after 31- neas of ax months' duration. The deceased, who sixty-eight years of age, had been business the Shank
4 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE COST OP VAR.

THE COST OP VAR.

difficult to estimate even approximately the cost, direct and indirect, great wars, apart from the lore life, but some notion, the war -■s* <B4tS; expenditure Great Britain may be gathered Irani the table of National Debt, showing the amount of the debt at successive dates. The
4 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MASONIC SERVICE IH WARFEHPOIHT.

MASONIC SERVICE IH WARFEHPOIHT.

Under the tinpioes of St. John’s Muonic Lodge No. 667, Werrenpoint, special service was held Pariah Church on Sunday even* in Watrenpoint . Th» heavy orders which are said poonng . t i, prelc her was the Right Rev. Dr. into the offices of London coal merchants afford . Arcy> Lor
4 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PREPAID ADVEBTISEMENI BATES. or (or Sal*. Sc., are Inserted at following rates Words. M; 25 Words, M; M Words, 1/-;

PREPAID ADVEBTISEMENI BATES. or (or Sal*. Sc., are Inserted at following rates Words. M; 25 Words, M; M Words, 1/-;

SS Words, 1/J; «• Words, !/•. insertion* (an eonaaenUia alternate dare) tor three tine* the out o( one not prenald eonmore dun 40 wort* win il/6 per Inaerttoa), Site la conntad a* pact its leery precatrtton la taken that adrertlsementa ehall appear correcUr, Int the Proprietors
4 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
exciting FINISH

exciting FINISH

Although tain W 1 amnll <in»ntitio. intervals during the morning the „„ bright and fine for the m.e-. g Italdnvle, -her. tl.e attend.u« belter than expected, but led Onnth,an Plate for which Spooler carrying Mrt.eor ijdwardrs' colours, iortifitd the confidence reposed m h’S. by
4 August 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CALLING UP THE RESERVES

CALLING UP THE RESERVES

rnecial supiilcment the (lixette was yesterday eonUmiug four (.nrUmatsms. ‘n« «* { >',g l ' * ,1, Calling out the nun. Naval Reserve anil the Royal ™ei and the ofhrers and men of the RovaJ Volnuteet tteoerve; (2) calling out of the Koval Naval Rieemx. time-expired men m y P*y. S
4 August 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OnUtMf BOTAL WCOODfO.

OnUtMf BOTAL WCOODfO.

Berlin, Saturday.—At seven o'clock this evening, Bellevue Castle, Prince Oscar, the Emperor’s son, was married Countess Ina Maria Von Basse wits The Imperial family and immediate relations the bride were the only guests. ouv-sunmro at 10,000 RIFLES LANDED. POUCE FORCIBLY DETAINE
4 August 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland