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CYCLES FOR SALE

CYCLES FOR SALE

ABOUT 90 Latham' sod Goths All Black • • Cyth . Imams MAO. vorth tr.», monthly. Mambo, • 0 moo. ALL Wealltar Raleigh and Reyes. Goat's, M. mato]. Memonthly; Oaat'a Rapeed Ls.ay M 10a monthly; Ledje ..d Rah. 14, 7 maathly; Lady's awl Rest'. Premin. Budge aad PLeraa £ll, PMeM la.m
1 December 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PIANO Bargains. ■—Bs guinea* 50 guine&s; 56 guineas Jioger*, 40 guineas Collard, 4u guineas; 38 guineas Brooklyn, 28 guineas; 36

PIANO Bargains. ■—Bs guinea* 50 guine&s; 56 guineas Jioger*, 40 guineas Collard, 4u guineas; 38 guineas Brooklyn, 28 guineas; 36

guineas Hall. guineas.—Hall, 6, Wellington Piaoo. Belfast. SEOOXD-HA ND Piano, iron frame, check action, walnut oase, 18 guineas, bargain; another, suit learner, £7. Hall, 6. Wellington Place, Belfast.
2 December 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
3bd cavalky brigade war fund. MRS. AND MISS MCCONNELL, Glen Diva, Strandtown. acknowledge, with thank*, tne handsome Contribution of Body

3bd cavalky brigade war fund. MRS. AND MISS MCCONNELL, Glen Diva, Strandtown. acknowledge, with thank*, tne handsome Contribution of Body

Belts, Mufflers, Socks, and Mittens from the Employees of Messrs. John S. Brown & Sons, Ltd. (Stitching Department, Ulster Workc). 5440
2 December 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LINEN HALL LIBRARY (FOUNDED 1788.) New members and subscribers WILL BE ADMITTED FREE FROM December Ist Subscribing for 1915. Members

LINEN HALL LIBRARY (FOUNDED 1788.) New members and subscribers WILL BE ADMITTED FREE FROM December Ist Subscribing for 1915. Members

entitled to Six Volumes out at a time—Entrance Fee, £1 Is; and Annual Subscription, £1 Is. Subscribers entitled to Three Volumes out at a time—Annual Subscription, Is. Members’ or Subscribers' Families residing -with them are entitled to use the Reading-rooms, •which are comfort
2 December 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

DUNDEE! —December 1. «t 95, University Road, Mr. Mrs. James Dundee—twin daughters. HlSLOP— December 1. at 2, College Park. Belmont. Belfast, the wife W. B. Hislop-twm daughters CPBICH-ARD—'November 28, Elmfield, Gilford, Co. Down, the wife of William F. Uprichard. of son. WALLAC
3 December 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
VOLUNTEERS URGENTLY WANTED NOW.

VOLUNTEERS URGENTLY WANTED NOW.

THE MEN WILL BE QUARTERED BROWNLOW HOUSE, LURCAN (Kindly placed at the services of the Battalion by the Trustees), or Blltctlcd in comfortable Quarters In the acighboartrood. Every possible arrangement is being made for their comfort. Each man on enlistment vill: 1. —Immediately
3 December 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

RACECOURSE CHIT-CHAT. From a Special Corre,poiident. Park, Wednesday. There was only on© fall Haydock Pork today. and there were only four in t&© two days at Birmingham, and thia was the more noteworthy and more satisfactory inasmuch the ground was sticky, and in the case the yo
3 December 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NBWRT PETTY SESSIONS CLERKSHIP.

NBWRT PETTY SESSIONS CLERKSHIP.

The election of a clerk for the Newry petty cessions district took place yesterday, when Mr. J. Woulfe-Flanagan. R.M-, presided over a large attendance of magistrates. There were five candidates for the position, for which the salary is £225 and office expenses:—Messrs. Thomas 8
3 December 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. OSCAR STRAUS AND THE JAPAN

MR. OSCAR STRAUS AND THE JAPAN

SOCIETY. mom ova own New York, Wednesday. Oscar S. Straus desires ms to contradict widely-published report to the effect that recently resigned from the Japan Society because he is Pro-German. Mr. Straus declares that his sympathies are strongly on the side of the Allies, who ar
3 December 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BULWARK DISASTER.

THE BULWARK DISASTER.

Funeral of Captain Guy Sola ter. The funeral took place yesterday Odiham, Hants, where resided, Captain Guy Sclater, who commanded H.M.S. Bulwark. The coffin was covered a Union Jack, and naval honours were rendered. WONDERFUL FEAT." Lord Selborne’s Tribute to Lord Kitchener, Lo
3 December 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland