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TAmr BY DX WIT. BELFAST OFFICER S EXPERIENCE. In « letter hie mother, Mrs. W. T. Mercier, of College OeHeiui.

TAmr BY DX WIT. BELFAST OFFICER S EXPERIENCE. In « letter hie mother, Mrs. W. T. Mercier, of College OeHeiui.

Belfairt. Mr. D. Pyne Mercier, heed • master the Government College, Winburg. Orange River Colony, give* into* reeting account Wet*a descent upon the town in the early portion that troublesome rebel's brief and* inglorious ** campaign.’* Mr. Mercier, formerly Belfast, captain in
24 December 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
BEETHOVEN HOUSE.

BEETHOVEN HOUSE.

THE LONDONDERRY SENTINEL. THURSDAY MORNING. DECEMBER £4. 1914.
24 December 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
TSL '• SESTISEL. orAtr (kat Eatploprt nap err HatWrpr Cknilmai Our* trill at y-nkliMtioa a/ Scatter/' aa *> H> imtt.

TSL '• SESTISEL. orAtr (kat Eatploprt nap err HatWrpr Cknilmai Our* trill at y-nkliMtioa a/ Scatter/' aa *> H> imtt.

rak/teAiap OJKtri util ka Ciaaad /root TAaradap FtlAiaat. at clock IM MONDAY A/omtap tut. Utk. Hit.
24 December 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
•• WR ASS STARVING.”

•• WR ASS STARVING.”

ASS STARVING.” SECRET MESSAGE FROM BERLIN. Ottawa, Tuesday.—The Canadian Press has telegram from Windsor, Ottawa, stating that a prominent citizen has received a letter from business friend in Berlin giving a cheering account of life there, and of the happiness of the people in s
24 December 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
A OntMAV SAIbOB'S

A OntMAV SAIbOB'S

A SAIbOB'S The Vienna Die Zest" pub lithe* long letter written by a sailor at WUbelmaharen hit brother at Basel, describing the German raid Tar* mouth at the beginning of November A* the writer apeahs of hit ship carry ing ten Hid. and twelve »4a. guns, would appear that wat on b
24 December 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
SITUATION IH POLAND CLEAR. A FLANKING MOVEMENT.

SITUATION IH POLAND CLEAR. A FLANKING MOVEMENT.

(•* lima*" Telegram, pet P.A. —Copyright.) Petrograd, Wednesday.—Aa far as necessary caution permits the discussion of the situation the contending armies the Eastern front, it appears that the situation in Poland is quite clear the Russian side. The Grand Duke has mustered his
24 December 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
BAIL BBAUOHAMP IKJUEZD.

BAIL BBAUOHAMP IKJUEZD.

Earl Beauchamp met with an accident at Birmingham yesterday afternoon while travelling in motor oar was bruued and shaken German Soldier’s “High" Story JOUKNXTS IN A AbLKUATIOXS BBITAIiTT (Pnm AjmciMkmi W»r fifwci*! I Am AmiArnUm r-vjprd.y My,: Among th« (jermans arrvablr. airma
24 December 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST MARKETS.

LATEST MARKETS.

LONDONDBBBY, DECEMBER IT, WM. „ 00» Od; oowm inhrior, —Ameriokn, 78* 00«; do., WajMMo to 00a; InahTHt to 90a ; driad, Ola to pot Ullb*. H*mo~lriah, dried, 91a to 00a per U9ttbo. i Amofl- flneat, lid 13d ; do*, to l4* 6d to 16* par 1» i do«k, l«a6d to *T**a.—Conro*. la 4d to la l
17 December 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
AHMUfO DUBLDf NATIONALIST

AHMUfO DUBLDf NATIONALIST

Mr. John E. Redmond. M.P., presided a private meeting held in the Mansion House, Dublin, on Tuesday, which bad for its object the raising of funds for the purpose of equipping the Nationalist Volunteers with rifles and Ammunition. The meeting was convened by circular which wee m
17 December 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THZ 11 HOBBLE” GOING OUT.

THZ 11 HOBBLE” GOING OUT.

THZ HOBBLE” GOING OUT. Fashion authorities declare that the tight skirt will disappear early in the new year and the full skirt resume its reign. At Newcastle County Court on Tueeday William Burgun, a Boy Seoul, suing through his father, obtained 15s damages from Simon Jackson fo
17 December 1914 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland