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COUNTRY & SEASIDE APARTMENTS

COUNTRY & SEASIDE APARTMENTS

BANGOR.-*-!, Lorelei; Private Boarding House, overlooking sea, convenient train and golf. ’Phono 185; Mrs. Barkley. 3994 BANGOR.— Furnished Rooms, board optional, superb situation, overlooking sea. —The Misses Patterson, Dunedin. Terrace, Upper CHfton. 5583 BANGOR.- Balljholme;
3 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TYRONE REVISION SESSIONS

TYRONE REVISION SESSIONS

The business at the revision sessions {or County Tyrone, which will opened neat Wednesday, •mil of exceptionally heavy nature. The following are the numbers names to dealt with:—f North Tyrone—On register, 7,320; supplemental lists, 1,634; claims, 2,904; objections, 4,990; total
3 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Selections.

Selections.

the fields will not extensive, the racing cannot fail to prove entertaining, and some the horses mentioned Below may win races, namely— Atberstone Handicap- -SIMILK. Solihull Nursery—AULDANA. Estates PIate—NAZDAB. Sutton Handicap—SPKNSKß. Coventry Nursery—BOXEß. Maiden Plate—KlN
21 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WAR LIFE POLICIES

WAR LIFE POLICIES

Without the usual extra Premium. No Medlcai Examination ReQuired Xf recently examined and shown fit for active service. JOSEPH F AREN & SON S Telephone No. 507. 4S. Waring Street, BELFAST. Every Description Insurance Effected. 5906 STEWART IN FOR IMBECILE
21 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRESS ASSOCIATION WAR SPECIAL.

PRESS ASSOCIATION WAR SPECIAL.

Nish, Sunday. The Order of Sfc. George, the highest Russian military honour, has been conferred upon the Servian Crown Prince Alexander. WICKLOW NATIONALIST VOLUNTEERS. Addressed by Hr. John Redmond.
21 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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SOME UNOFFICIAL REPORTS,

SOME UNOFFICIAL REPORTS,

midnight on Saturday the Press Bureau second list of casualties to officers of Force, which contained the mg reports of casualties officers the ionary Force:— , DIED IN HOSPITAL. “--■'cid, Lieut. W. J. M., South Lancs Regt. REPORTED KILLED. ' following officers previously report
21 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SOME NOTABLE NAMES. 7

SOME NOTABLE NAMES. 7

SOME NOTABLE NAMES. The news of death of Lieutenant-Colonel E. H. Montresor, commanding the 2nd Battalion Sussex Regiment, was received with, much regret in Belfast', where was well known. Lieutenant-Colonel MOntrcsor was major and second command the battalion during its service
21 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Volume of Business Smaller.

Volume of Business Smaller.

Many brokers did not trouble to com© up this morning, so that Throgmorton Street was less thronged than has late been the case, and the business was smaller. The tendency generally, however, was firm, with various features. Consols were quoted at 682, but might l*ave been obtain
21 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
19 2.717

19 2.717

Total Contiuont 5.080 Total Europe ... 74 5,491 6.300 8,110 week 102 2,530 65,600 3,000 DRY GOODS.—The following are the declared values of the past week’s importations and warehouse deliveries at this port:— 1914. 1913. Week since Jan. L Week since Jan. I. Dols. Dols. Ttl. 2.20
21 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHICAGO MARKET

CHICAGO MARKET

Chkago, Saturday. WHEAT opened strong, with the leading options 2sc. to 2§c. higher, and during the day has been active and excited. The opening rise was mainly the strength of North-Western markets and the light country offerings and firm English cables, which induced rapid cov
21 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland