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HOTELS AND H7D803.

HOTELS AND H7D803.

LUCAN SPA HOTEL. TEEMS, £3 3s Now Brilliantly Lit by Acetylene. Baths Pure Natural Sulphur Water from th© famous Spa. HUNTING. POLO. AND GOLF CENTRE Badminton, Fishing. Posting. Saperior Stabling. Suites of Loose Boxes for Hooters, New Motor Garage. Petrol and Imbricating Oils o
18 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MOTORS AND CYCLES.

MOTORS AND CYCLES.

FOR SALE. £» H.P. 4-CYLINDER DiBBACQ CHASSIS fitted with Delivery Van Body (unfinished) ; recently overhauled and in .good rnnnin/order. Price £55 for immediate dispoeal. J. B. FERGUSON, LTD,. 60-76, CHICHESTER STREET, BELFAST. OOBBS.Girrgc, Belfast.—l2h,p. Humber. 4- cylinder,
18 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CLARE LODGE SCHOOL,

CLARE LODGE SCHOOL,

NEWCASTLE. COUNTY DOWN, i MISS PARK, , Principals, Mlgs M _ park, b.a. SCHOOL DUTIES WILL BE RESUMED ON THURSDAY, September 3rd. when Punctual Attendance of Pupils requested. Prospectus application. TEE ROYAL SCHOOL, EAPMB.r i, Healthy situation, moderate FEES. Resident Staff of
18 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROB&BLE ID VANCE IN PRICES.

PROB&BLE ID VANCE IN PRICES.

PROB&BLE ID VANCE PRICES. Tt would be safe to nay that there is no great . ry that is not at present suffering owing the shock to trade and commerce which the L has caused. In Belfast two leading industries ar© shipbuilding and the manufacture and in connection with both of them
18 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BATTLE OF DIN&NT. French Official Statement. * GERMANS’ PANIC-STRICKEN FLIGHT. PRESS ASSOCIAHOK WAS SPECIAL. # Paris, Monday. The following

THE BATTLE OF DIN&NT. French Official Statement. * GERMANS’ PANIC-STRICKEN FLIGHT. PRESS ASSOCIAHOK WAS SPECIAL. # Paris, Monday. The following

official statement was issued 11-30 last night:— On the Meuse Dinant we have repelled attack of two divisions of German cavalry, which were pursued along the right bank of the Meuse by our cavalry. The morale of the troops is excellent. The German forces consisted of the First C
18 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ROS3IAM MOVEMENTS.

THE ROS3IAM MOVEMENTS.

French Official Statement. TSXSS ASSOCIATION WAS SFICTAL. Paris, Monday. The Minister War pays a striking tribute to the devotion the French railwaymen, who, says, their patriotic activity in giving their services unsfcintingly day and night have modestly and methodically prepar
18 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ALSACE-LORRAINE FRONTIER.

THE ALSACE-LORRAINE FRONTIER.

i lt tow*- sssfeirai 'fsb-o: fir..- It"* 1 f This morning a battle began along the entire front from Obreraovatz Belgrade. Under the fire of the Servian artillery the Austrians were obliged to shift their positions several times, and sustained heavy losses. . x -‘, V - ■WW*W •U/
18 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GERMAN RAID ON BRITITH STATION

GERMAN RAID ON BRITITH STATION

Nairobi, Sunday. The British station of Tbvwta, the western frontier of British East Africa, was occupied by the enemy yesterday. The occupation is regarded no military importance. The strength the German force is estimated 100. The frontier between the British and German protec
18 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOTAL NAVY AND ABMY.

BOTAL NAVY AND ABMY.

As a matter of expediency the Admiralty hava made many important appointments of flag officers commands without the usual notification. time of peace the second and third fleeta were under one command, and Vice-Admiral Cedi Burney was ia charge of the ships two fleets, Having hi
18 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COST OF WAR.

COST OF WAR.

«LfUd irLKHA Jtst' I'jJv •.SfUX- V £4,600.000 -a Day. The Paris ooirespondent of the “ Daily Telegraph ” wire®—No war chronicled history will have devoured such huge sums of money as the present battle (4 the nations. The minimum cost is estimated here economists £400,000,000. T
18 August 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland