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GERMAN NEWSPAPER SOPPREBSED

GERMAN NEWSPAPER SOPPREBSED

Amsterdam, Tuesday. The German Socialist organ Vorwaerts ’ informs its subscribers that it has been suppressed until further notice order of Field-Marshal Von Kessel, commander-in-chief the province of Brandenberg.—Reuter. AT SEA.
30 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUNGANNON OFFICER’S APPOINTMENT.

DUNGANNON OFFICER’S APPOINTMENT.

Major R. J. Howard, J.P., Annagiiroy, Dungannon, chairman Dungannon Rural Council and member Tyrone County Council, has been posted for immediate service with . the Royal Lancaster Regiment. ‘He makes the fourth member of the council now active service. Major Howard formerly bel
30 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Lieutenant-Colonel B. C. C. Cox.

Lieutenant-Colonel B. C. C. Cox.

The command of the 7th BatUlion Royal Fusiliers has been given Brevet-Colonel R. C. C. Cox, who formerly commanded the battalion, now serving in France. He was associated with the regiment from 1879 his retirement in 1908. He served with the Ist battalion in South Africa, and co
30 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ACTION BY CHINESE TROOPS. PRESS ASSOCIATION WAR SPECIAL.

ACTION BY CHINESE TROOPS. PRESS ASSOCIATION WAR SPECIAL.

New York, Tuesday. telegram from Wcih-Sien, Shantung, says that the Chinese troops have blown up and destroyed railway bridge over the Tayuho. The explosion was heard Weih-Sien. Weih-Sien is about 90 miles west-north west of Kiao-chau, AFRICA. CONQUEST OF CAMEROONS. Operations b
30 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRESS ASSi/CIATION WAR SPECIAL.

PRESS ASSi/CIATION WAR SPECIAL.

Bordeaux, Monday. The following semi-official statement is published here:— The Anglo-Fi>ench co operation is -working successfully the conquest the Cameroons, as the capture of Togoland. The operations against this important German colony are being carried out simultaneously bv
30 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
UPPERLANDS.

UPPERLANDS.

Amidst scene of great enthusiasm a number 'df young men left Upperlands yesterday morning for the training camp at Finner, Ballyshannon. Despite the fact that the train left very early hour large number members of the Ulster Volunteer Force and other friends accompanied the men
30 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SECOND BALLYEASTON CHURCH.

SECOND BALLYEASTON CHURCH.

The members the U.V.F. Ballyeaston a.il Springvale attended the evening service in Ballyeaston Presbyterian Church on the 27‘ inst. The pastor (the Rev. Wm. Braun, LL.B » conducted the servree, and preached from text Quit you like men.? At the close address he exhorted those pre
30 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FLOATING CRAIN CARGOES.

FLOATING CRAIN CARGOES.

London (the Baltic), Tuesday. WHEAT—TUere is no fresh fenture to repori in the cargo market, which continues dull, with prices about unchanged. South Australian and New south Wale,, on passage, and West Australian are held for 45«. and choice white Karachi, afloat, loading, and
30 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MARCH ON CRACOW.

THE MARCH ON CRACOW.

The -Rome correspondent of the Daily Mail” wires—The Russians are now within 62 miles of Cracow. They will simply invest the town, as was don© Przemvsl, and will proceed their march towards Silesia, with Berlin their objective.
30 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A Correction.

A Correction.

The following officer, previously reported wounded, is now reported not wounded : Leight, Lieut. «*., Ist Life Guards. Ail African Casualty. The following casualty in the East Africa Protectorate is reported :—Officer wounded•Masson, Lieut. L., Manchester Regiment. Unoffiai&l Re
30 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland