STIRLING— In fond and loving memory dear husband. James Stirling, Ballyno, Antrim, ho departed this life on the 20th October, 1913, end was interred Donegore Burning-ground. The memorv of the just is blessed. Inserted his loving Wife and Family. “KYLE-CHEYNE” STYLES ARE FIRST AN
County Borough Belfast—Special Meeting Council, City Hall, 12 o’clock. Girls’ Friendly Society—Pound Day and Sale Work Opening Ceremony by Countess ChmwiUiam, 2-30 p.m. Queen’s University—The National Exigency: Meeting of Members. p.m. Donegall Square Church—Prayer Sendee, p.m.
ALLEGED TO BLOW UP BRITISH TROOPS. At Merthyr yesterday, Carl Finckc, a steeplyjack, was charged with offences under the Official Secrets Act. The Chief Constable said it was necessary that the Attorney-General should informed before the case was proceeded with. Accused, a German
Tokio, Tuesday. It officially announced that the German torpedo boat S 90, which escaped from Tsing-tau in the dark, has been found aground, destroyed, miles south chau. NAYAL CASUALTIES. The Fight off the Datoh Coast The following was issued by the Prose Bureau late last night;
John Pooney, a labourer, employed at the Newcastle sewerage works, was awarded Xls 7d per week, to paid by the urban council, from 23rd June, when he sustained dislocated knee. Mr. Eugene Shechv (instructed by Mr. M. J. Johnston) appeared' for the applicant, and Mr. H. M. Thomps
Were not signs of it already evident? What but the moral issues the conflict could have united their own even to the remotest bounds her far-flung Empire, as she never was united before—united her as one man in the determination that might should he right no more? Whence came th
Wiring from Rotterdam on Monday to the Daily Mail,” Mr. Dunn says—A Dutch ambulance worker who returned here to-day from Brussels told harrowing story of the sufferings of the poor the Belgian capital and the surrounding country. There is no white flour and no salt. The Germans