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DON'T WORRY.

DON'T WORRY.

ADVANCLA) Tu lILLT ALL TOUR BILLS. from to £5OO. (titian. I...islando, without unnecessary leek and at tits lowed rate of tutored fa Ireland. ON YOUR OWN SIUNATURE. THE SOiITHERN WAN CO. LTD.. 4 Iructoria Street. Beffast. (Comer of Bipb fit. - o;e7 - ipa — ck - magi. Sbnpl. JOHN
30 September 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DROMetiK

DROMetiK

DROMe ti K -. SYLV/4" ' Fee Red Cross Worbers : A Phil in the course of my inquiries rearm the various working centre. =bare for soldiers and =lore are being au k j told that lonse drawing gowns re she fel, aid weld be =de by those Nun= Yelp The pattern I belie *elected in No. 11
30 September 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
_THTABLE GLASSES . I,ELIEVE HEADACHES. Minn indications of Ey► strain. the eyos not hems; smipsvted the njuoo i It rennins

_THTABLE GLASSES . I,ELIEVE HEADACHES. Minn indications of Ey► strain. the eyos not hems; smipsvted the njuoo i It rennins

so because d ths cloy the muscles make to overcome the defect. whicb. while It result. in toed praluees headache. Send for booklet. "Cant of the Eyes:* post tree. j. (AZAR'S, 816 0: 3 1 : WS I I 11 LLLINtiIuN MACE, BELFAST.
29 September 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SAME ULSTER SPIRIT.

THE SAME ULSTER SPIRIT.

I see the same Ulster spirit—(beer, bear) —I the some e old Ulsterthar. bcazN unconquerable and as determined to be unconquered as ever she before. (Cheers.) Now, gentlemen, for my own part in the tranhactiona that led up to the signing of the Bill, I desire to i.ay a very few w
29 September 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DIARY OF THE WAR.

DIARY OF THE WAR.

Sept. 1..-011cially announced that in the heavy fighting north el the Marne, the British have captured some 1,300 prioioners, four gone, ale machine goal and hity transport waggons. The official report concludes with glowing tribute to the service rendered by 'the Royal Flying C
29 September 1914 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO CANADA.

TO CANADA.

From LONDON. TO QUEBEC AND MONTREAL. •AU50N1A...„;...8*t, Oct ASCANIA Wed., Nov. ■ luUSONU...Wea..iiov.BS * Liverpool. t To Portland, Me. THE CHRAPEST WAY. LABOUR BUREAU AT TORONTO. PERSONALLY CONDUCTED PARTIES. WOMEN AND CHILDREN PARTIES. Apply M. ClcUand. W. M'Kmwo, or W. Gite
30 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ST OFE 7EIVATB WQLZ.

ST OFE 7EIVATB WQLZ.

7EIVATB WQLZ. Belfast News-Lute* OmcE, Leighton Docse. 137 169. Fleet Stbeet. E.c. Tuesday Night. Radicals are manifestly disturbed by the clarations Sir Edward Carson and Mr. Bonar Law in Belfast yesterday, and glass over the essential portion of their important pronounce ment,
30 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE RUSSIAN ADVANCE.

THE RUSSIAN ADVANCE.

German Army Repulsed.
30 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIERRE BOMBARDED. PRESS ASSOCIATION WAR SPECIAL.

LIERRE BOMBARDED. PRESS ASSOCIATION WAR SPECIAL.

Amsterdam, Tuesday. A telegram to the from Antwerp states that since this morning the Germans have been bombarding Lierre, and that the entire population has fled to Antwerp. It is feared that the entire towfi is now in rums.
30 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE GERMANS IN MOLL. PKBSS ASSOCIATION WAS BFECIAI.

THE GERMANS IN MOLL. PKBSS ASSOCIATION WAS BFECIAI.

THE GERMANS IN MOLL. ASSOCIATION WAS BFECIAI. Amsterdam, Tuesday. A telegram the “Rotterdamsche Courant” from Eindhoven states that about three hundred Belgian refugees from Moll arrived there to day. Until Sunday Moll was occupied Belgians, but they were driven out by Germans in
30 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland