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COMPLIMENT TO THE FORMER ENGINEER.

COMPLIMENT TO THE FORMER ENGINEER.

statutory meeting the Belfast Harbour Board was held yesterday in the Boardroom of th© Harbour Office, Corporation Square. Mr. Robert Thompson, M.P., D.L. (chairman), presided, and the other members present were—Sir Thomas Dixon, Bart., J.P.; Messrs. J. Milne Barbour, D.L.; Jame
19 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MEABLT MAD WITH ECZEMA.

MEABLT MAD WITH ECZEMA.

67, Nunnery Lane, York, Eng.— ** Eczema broke out just over my eyebrows and gradually covered the whole of face in the form of small scabs, which were constantly mattering, then gradually dried and peeled off. I was under treatment for seven weeks, during which time was confined
19 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AUSTRALIA

AUSTRALIA

• IN 29 DAYS PASSENGERS CAS LEAVE ENGLAND by any Atlantic lane 10 12 days pravions to Steamer aailing from San Eranciaco, or earlier, visiting NEW YORK, WASHINGTON or NIAGARA FALLS, CHICAGO. COLORADO. CALIFORNIA, Ac. Next Sailings from San Francisco, Sept. 29, Oct. 27, and every
19 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MEETINGS OF THE CABINET.

MEETINGS OF THE CABINET.

Earl Kitchener in Conference frith the Premier. Mr* Lloyd George, result of tho time through which has been passing, been suffering severely from neuralgia, but was better yesterday, and motored from Walton to attend the Cabinet Council, which, meeting at 11-30, sat for hour. Be
19 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE GREAT WAR. NAVAL ENGAGEMENT. DESULTORY FIGHT IN THE NORTH SEA.

THE GREAT WAR. NAVAL ENGAGEMENT. DESULTORY FIGHT IN THE NORTH SEA.

THE GREAT WAR. NAVAL ENGAGEMENT. DESULTORY FIGHT THE NORTH SEA. King’s Message to Expeditionary Force. LORD KITCHENER AND THE TROOPS. Continued French Successes. AN AUSTRIAN REVERSE. Three Regiments Cut Up. The Press Bureau announced last night that desultory fighting had* taken
19 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GENERAL FRERCH AT PARIS.

GENERAL FRERCH AT PARIS.

GENERAL FRERCH PARIS. A Magnificent Reception. General Sir John French, who command o! the British Expeditionary Force, arrived in Paris from London about midday Saturday. The following account his arrival in Paris is taken from the “ Echo Paris’* of Sunday:— General French on hi
19 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OCCUPATION OF COLMAR.

OCCUPATION OF COLMAR.

Borne, Tuesday. Bale telegrams state that the French have occupied Colmar. —Reuter. A KETORN TO DIPLOMACY. Pari,, Tuesday. it is confirmed that the German Minister The Hague asked the Dutch Government once again, and quite recently, to intervene at Brussels secure for the German
19 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ALSATIAN TOWN DBSTBOYBD.

ALSATIAN TOWN DBSTBOYBD.

Factories Blown Dp. “TOTES" WAR TELEGEAK, PER PRESS ASSOCIATION. Berne, Monday. The town ot Burzweiler, in Alsace-Lorraine, has been binned Germans, and its factories blown up. The reason alleged for this proceeding that the inhabitants had fired on patrol and had killed eight c
19 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEWS FROM COPENHAGEN.

NEWS FROM COPENHAGEN.

Swedish Government's Hope. BELIEF OF DISTRESS IN GERMANY, PRESS ASSOCIATION WAR SPECIAL. Copenhagen, Tuesday. Sweden is quite determined maintain her neutrality at present. There is a strong belief that her opportunity may come when the war is over and there is a readjustment of
19 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE FOOD SDPPLT. Traders* Federation and Heat Prioes The Danish steamer Amo arrived Hull yesterday from Copenhagen with a cargo

THE FOOD SDPPLT. Traders* Federation and Heat Prioes The Danish steamer Amo arrived Hull yesterday from Copenhagen with a cargo

of over 2,000 bags of sugar. At Hull com market yesterday wheat was six shillings per quarter cheaper. There was a scarcity, of buyers. The supplies are adequate, English corn being available. • The Board Trade arc informed by the Advisory Committee of the National Federation Me
19 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland