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r',ru 3 MARRIAGES. AMD DEATHS.

r',ru 3 MARRIAGES. AMD DEATHS.

r ', r 3 MARRIAGES. AMD DEATHS. r3'.<? BIRTHS. ~ 16. 1914, at Ooltm. O’. Doira, Herbert M. Bloom-e »n. -October 16. 1914, at a Mr. and Mra Robert , 14 ThaiKbam. India, Mr. . M J. D. eon. , ’ \RD9ON —October 18. at WlMot-h. the Itifo Of Henry F. E. Eaebaid'J' a ton.
19 October 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD

IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD

FURNISHINGS, IN THE UU3TER SALEROOMS, 22, WELLINGTON PLACE, {THURSDAY, the 22nd October, Storting II o’clock. Furniture and miscellaneous Property received daily for unreserved Bale. Purchases of £5 and upwards stored for one month free. Goods packed carefully for Rail or Sea Fr
19 October 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPECIEIO ARTICLES WANTED.

SPECIEIO ARTICLES WANTED.

LWAYS given good prices for Lsdierf, Gent. », A end Children’s Left-off Clothing, Furniture, Bonks, Bicycles, &o.—Heaney, East End Werdrobs House. 9. Newtownards ’Phone U3O. TBEATHEB wanted; highest prices; pay send small post sample.—Owen Murphy & Sons, Clonee. Established half
19 October 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ACCIDENT IN COOKBTOWN MARNE’

ACCIDENT IN COOKBTOWN MARNE’

On Mrs. CoUins, was sitting in high trap in Cookstoivn market when the horse suddenly moved forward, and she fell to the ground. Her right arm was fractured and her eyebrow cut. After being eurgicaily treated she was conveyed to her home. DEATH EX-PO3TM COALISLAND. Mrs. Beatty,
19 October 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ALLIES BECAPTOBE ABHENTIEBES

ALLIES BECAPTOBE ABHENTIEBES

Paris, Sunday. The following communique was issued at 3 p.m. to-day:— The Belgian Army in Belgium has vigorously repulsed several attacks made upon it by the Germans at the crossings of the Yser. On our left wing north of La Bassee Canal the Allies occupied the front of Gwenchy.
19 October 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SECOND DESPATCH.

THE SECOND DESPATCH.

Battle of the Aisne Described. BRITISH AND FRENCH HEROISM. Onr Force’s Heavy Casualties. Bth October, 1914. My Lord—l have the honour to report the operations in which the British forces in France have been engaged since the evening of the 10th September. (1) In the early mornin
19 October 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
sth Lancers.

sth Lancers.

Major J. B. Jardine, D.S.G.; Lieutenant B. W. Robinson, Lieutenant Honourable H. C. Alexander Second-Lieuteuaut W. H. Coulter, Lieutenant T. De Burgh. Indian Army (attached), Lieutenant Owen Gough, Indian Army (attached). No. 5752, Sergeant C. Graham; No. 5118. Corporal A. Davis
19 October 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO SOLDIERS’ WIVES

TO SOLDIERS’ WIVES

THE War Office wish it to be generally understood that WIVES of SOLDIERS to whom SEPARATION ALLOWANCE and ALLOTMENT from their husbands are due, will obtain all assistance and explana= tion of their case by applying to the ENQUIRY OEFICE at the WAR OFFICE, WHITEHALL, LONDON, S.W
19 October 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALLYMENA MEN ON BOARD THE HAVRE

BALLYMENA MEN ON BOARD THE HAVRE

Two members of the Royal from Ballymena district are believed to have been on board the ill-fated H.M.S. Hawke, these being Messrs. Joyce Power, Race view, and Alexander Mairs, Kellswater. The latter is a son of Mr. John Mairs, the popular stationmaster Kellswater, on the Midlan
19 October 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Miscellaneous.

Miscellaneous.

Shipping stocks were not floorisJung. P. aiwi 0. deferred at 260, Furness Withy 25a 6d. Borax )reference were negotiated 5 7-16, deferred I|, Bros. i)jefereno© , 2o9 9d, while Alby Car* b;de were done at 3-16. Meat shares were firm. Eastmans 10s 6d, British and Argentine Meat 8s
19 October 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland