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BIRTHS. GOFF-AtKtMt 31, 1914. « Bumoorthy. tho wife Thomas G. Goff, of a son. MOORE —September 2, Tyrraquin. Balmoral Avomie.

BIRTHS. GOFF-AtKtMt 31, 1914. « Bumoorthy. tho wife Thomas G. Goff, of a son. MOORE —September 2, Tyrraquin. Balmoral Avomie.

to Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Moore»daughter.
5 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
deaths.

deaths.

4, ber hnsbairfa reridene©. Varren. Portrush. Elizafeetii Findlay, beloved wife of Joseph Cochrane, formerly of Qndly. Interroeot in Articlave Preabytenan Bnryinjr-srroand. Funeral private. PUNSEATH Seattle. \Vasbangton, U.S.A., Ht.vfa Roa, youngest surviving eon the late W. J.
5 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CITY ENVELOPE.

THE CITY ENVELOPE.

Size 5i x3J . • . .1/8 per 1,000 5,000 1/7 10,000 . . . . . 1/6 20.000 1/5 50.000 ...... |/4 100,000 1/3 „ 250,000 1/2 „ THE NORTHERN PUBLISHING OFFICE. 42&44, ANN STREET, BELFAS SAMPLES FREE PAY ENVELOPES, ADDRESS. 1/6 per 1,000
5 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
rusa ASSOCIATION WAR SPECIAL.

rusa ASSOCIATION WAR SPECIAL.

ASSOCIATION WAR SPECIAL. Pefcrograd, Wednesday. The Russian General Staff publishes the following communique:— September 5 and 6 attacked the Austrian army Tomaszow, the north-west from Zamostje, the north-east from Kruhiesgow, and on the south-west from Ravaruska. The Austrian a
10 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GERMAN DUPLICITY.

GERMAN DUPLICITY.

The Catting of British Cable. VBXBB ASSOCIATION WAR SFECIAL. Ottawa, Wednesday. Telegrams received by the Government from Fanning Island state that the German cruiser Nnrnburg approached that station flying the French flag, and wae thus able land a force unopposed and cut the Pa
10 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LOSS OF THE BONO.

THE LOSS OF THE BONO.

A Disregarded Warning. The Press Bureau state* The Admiralty announce that the Wilson liner Rnno, which was sunk a min© in a mine field, departed from the Admiralty directions, which would have assured her a safe voyage. The Admiralty wish point out the extraordinary dangers att
10 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELGIAN REFUGEES A*

BELGIAN REFUGEES A*

FOLKESTONE. Thousands of refugees, mostly from Belgium* continue pour into Folkestone, where the gw* majority are taking up temporary residence. The necessitous cases are looked after the Belgian Relief Committee. Two steamers arrived day from Ostend, one from Dieppe, and ©wars
10 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GERMANS DETAINED AT

GERMANS DETAINED AT

GERMANS DETAINED NOTTINGHAM. A large number of Gea*inan residents Nottingham who have regularly reported themselves each morning before going to their situations iB the lace market were yesterday detained - tody instructions from the Home Office. Germans capable carrying arras ar
10 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ARMAGH.

ARMAGH.

On Tuesday night the two local companies of the First Battalion of the Armagh Regiment of Ulster Volunteers mobilised at the drill ground in Palace demesne. There was good turnout, and when asked how many were willing join Lord Kitchener’s Army close on 100 handed m their names.
10 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SOUTH BELFAST REGIMENT.

THE SOUTH BELFAST REGIMENT.

To day will be devoted the enlistment of recruits from Ist, 3rd, sth, and 7th Battalions of the South Belfast Regiment. All men intending to join the army from these battalions will parade Sandy Row 8-46 a.m., and march the Old Town Hall On arrival there they will divided into u
10 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland