Bordeaux. Tuesday. The Bulletin des Armees publishes the following details concerning the rdle of the Belgian army the fighting in Flanders The siege of Antwerp began on September, and the fortress fell 9th October. The Belgian army, supported French sailors and a British detach
ANNIE SWAN. ARTHUR MEE. AN ARTICLE ON CHRISTMAS CAROLS By Rev. G. R. C. OLDEN. M.A., and other seasonable articles will also be Included. The issue will also contain the latest war news, and all the usual features of the “Belfast Weekly News.” It should be in every home at the C
HU Lordfhip, addreising the Grand Jury, Mid the cases-that were to go before them were very numerous. In all they amounted to about 53, but they came from a %ery wide area, because they were now the Grand Jury for all the nine Ulster counties and the two, Ulster cities. From Cou
George Hcgarty, of the tramp class, was indicted for the larceny 7s from old man named John Gillespie, at Tullyconnell, County Donegal. Dr. Walsh, K.C.. and Mr. A. E. Wood (instructed Mr. H. T. Ball. C.S.j prosecuted. Prisoner' who pleaded not guilty, was convicted, with a recom
Arrasted at Stoneyford Waterworks. In the Belfast Custody Court yesterday—before Mr. John Gray, K.M.—an elderly man named Wm. Getcs, having the appearance of tramp, was forward charged under the Defence the Realm Act with being found in a prohibited area the 29th nit. Lieutenant
THB LATE ROBERTS. Memorial Service A memorial service connection with, the death of Lord Roberta was held the Methodist Church, Castlecaulfield, Sunday. The building was filled with the members the Ulster Volunteer Force, wTao, after parading, had marched in body to the service.
The following announcement* in the ** London Gazette ’*:— Regular Forces. have appeared 11th Battalion the Royal Inniskilling Furiliers —The appointment to temporary second lieutenancy of W. M'Conaghie, notified the “Gazette” of 27th October, is cancelled. 10th Battalion the Roy