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BELFAST POLICE IHTBtUeB*CE

BELFAST POLICE IHTBtUeB*CE

BELFAST POLICE In the Belfast Custody Court before Mr. Garrett Nagle, B.M.—do* „ 0 returned for trial Recorder .j a charge of aesanlting Mrs. Frances (w j. resides at a gate lodge on the Ho t j.. Mrs. Tyrrell’s story was tbs effect night of the 12th met., while alone she heard a
29 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The New Millinery.

The New Millinery.

Clusters wings grouped various ways will play important part in the new autumn millinery, matter whether it may be intended for town or country wear. The favourite shapes for everyday wear will be made fine felt ,with a soft silken surface, and these were already prepared-in ver
29 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BANK CLERKSHIPS.

BANK CLERKSHIPS.

THE FOtLOWING STUDENTS OF SHAFTESBURY HOUSE, 3. BOTANIC AVENUE, BELFAST, were during September, 1914: NORTHERN BANK—D. Duff, O. Taylor, J. Shanks. N.B.—No F* It urea. BELFAST BANK—S. G. Kennedy. ULSTER BANK— C. E. Pinkerton. N.B.—No Follurem. desses now working for all Home and
29 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ANTRIM IRON ORE CO., LTD.

THE ANTRIM IRON ORE CO., LTD.

BEST m 27/* OKBEIX SLACK - PS'* I Lets J/-per ton OEKELLNUTS .. 30/* f lotoaen. tcoltu HOUSE ... 33,S J 1 & 9, VICTORIA CHAMBERS. Uta J. ANDERSON. Botanic Gardens Pop! OBtea B. H. T. & CO.. 135. Antrim Itaad. ELECTROLYSIS, FACE MASSAGE. nffl KUlwiahd Also for the treatment of th
29 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
B ALLYCASTLE,

B ALLYCASTLE,

A united service was held in the Presbyterian Church, Ballycastlc, Sunday afternoon, and Waa conducted the Rev. Thomas Cox, M.A., and the Rev. J. Jackson, B.D. The church-waa crowded, and seats had to put in the aisles. About 140 Ulster Volunteers were present from Ballycastle,
29 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. RONALD M‘NEILL, M.P.

MR. RONALD M‘NEILL, M.P.

.Mr. Ronald M'Neill. M.P., in rousing speerh, saki they signed the as a solemn obli- Sation between men and ipAii, that they would all in their power resist. Home Rule, and they further declared that if Home Rule were carried they would set their Provisional Government and resis
29 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. W. J. ALLEN, J.P.

MR. W. J. ALLEN, J.P.

Mr. W. J. Allen, J.P., received with cheers, said when the war was over they would see to that John Redmond and his henchmen would never govern Ulster in any shape Or form. England, Scotland, arid Ireland bad in the past sent soldiers to battle and they had fought side side. The
29 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GERMAN BUSINESS LOSSES. Boycott of English Words.

GERMAN BUSINESS LOSSES. Boycott of English Words.

Copenhagen, 24tb September. Reports relating the collapoe German busireaa hoosea continue arrive here the Times correspondent). The manager of the Lokalanzeiger states that this newspaper has lost more than one million marks (£50,000) owing to the cancellation advertisements. Mo
29 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A Loll in the Operations.

A Loll in the Operations.

This narrative begins with the 21st and covers two days. On Monday, the 21st, there was but little rain, and the weather took the turn for the better, which has been maintained. Action was practically confined to the artillery, our guns one.point shelling and driving away the en
29 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
when London BESIDE AT THE Hotel Cecil T>n>ding Hotel made arrajigeroents for Family Residence daring the Winter Months a considerably

when London BESIDE AT THE Hotel Cecil T>n>ding Hotel made arrajigeroents for Family Residence daring the Winter Months a considerably

reduced rat© from usual tariff, wan, per week, £4 4 0 inclusive (Foil board, thre* meal*, room, light, attandaooa, bath). —For further particulars, please apply General Manager, 60., HOTEL CECIL. IVelegruns: Ceoelia, Bend. London. *
29 September 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland