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POULTRY AND EGOS.

POULTRY AND EGOS.

HOUDAN Cockerels and 1 White Orpington, from prise stock unlimited grata runs. each, 2 6d.—Fiddcs. Hollywood, Monaghan. lioO DON’T CONFUSE A TEST WITH EXAMINATION. It called uattni the aWM. la tome places, to din the customer a card with test letters, anpplrliid the glasses whic
21 October 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANTRIM Road district—Comfortably-furniahed Apartments, large rooms, bath, every convenience. in nice house and locality. —Address given here. I»S3 APARTMENTS Let

ANTRIM Road district—Comfortably-furniahed Apartments, large rooms, bath, every convenience. in nice house and locality. —Address given here. I»S3 APARTMENTS Let

84,, Duncairn Gar-ljL dens; every modern convenience; bath (hot and cold); tram stage door; no children. 1779 A PARTMBNTS (sitting-room and 2 bedrooms) healthy, open avenue; houses opposite; near University; other lodgers; terms moderate.—Address given here. 1980 A Agency. List*
21 October 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
j Thar Pi L Sat. Noon – 30 ?5 30-41 30 25 Midnight.. I 50'24 30-24 –

j Thar Pi L Sat. Noon – 30 ?5 30-41 30 25 Midnight.. I 50'24 30-24 –

j Thar Sat. Noon - 30 ?5 30-41 30 25 Midnight.. I 50'24 30-24 - OPEN-AIR TEMPERATURE Noon - 47 I ~53 159 t* 167 Midnight I 45 I 49 I - 47 47 meeting o! the Cabinet was held at three o’clock yesterday afternoon, and lasted until 5-15. It is stated that six-loot concrete floor has
21 October 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND SOCIAL HEWS.

COURT AND SOCIAL HEWS.

THE COURT. Buckingham Palace, Tuesday. The King and Queen, with Prince Albert and the suite in attendance, arrived the Palace this morning from York Cottage, Sandringham. Captain M. P. A. Hankey (Secretary the Committee of Imperial Defence! had the honour being received the King
21 October 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MORE HEAVYFIGHTING

MORE HEAVYFIGHTING

All Attacks Repulsed.
21 October 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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VIOLENT GERMAN OFFENSIVE

VIOLENT GERMAN OFFENSIVE

All Attacks Repulsed. rams wa® special. Paris, Tuesday. The official communique issued at 1 o’clock this evening says: The day has been characterised effort of the Germans on all parts of the front, namely—in the extreme north, where the Belgian Army has held its ground remarkab
21 October 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUNK BY SUBMARINE.

SUNK BY SUBMARINE.

Steamer Lost North Sea. The Admiralty report that the British steamer Glitra, bound from Grangemouth for Stavanger, has been sunk the Germans in the North Sea. The Glitra was a steamer of 866 gross tonnage, built Newcastle on-Tvne in 1881 by Messrs. Swan & Hunter. She nad a spee
21 October 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Policy of " Grab” Disapproved.

Policy of " Grab” Disapproved.

Policy of Grab” Disapproved. “Comrades abroad may rest assured that the , German working class to-day still disapproves, it has always done, any policy of grab . -nrey-policy and that it will resist strongly circumstances permit any adventurous highhandedness towards foreign peop
21 October 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Keep Free from Colds

Keep Free from Colds

by taking
21 October 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRICES OP SUGAR.

PRICES OP SUGAR.

Statement by the Royal Commission. Th» Royal Conunuaion th« Sugar Supply dealtes to make it knowu that the qaantitiea of refined and -while now coming forward ...... -nc fln - ■■" * _ ballot for futnrf. delivory »nt«cta Z.SOT ik ce««.iry to maintain any longer a. , minimum price
21 October 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland