Derry Harriers—At BallinacroM. 12 o’clock. Tynan and Armagh Bunt—At 3rd Milestone, Monaghan Road, 12 o'clock. To-morrow. Route Hunt—At Ballymoncy, 12 o’clock. FATAL RESULT OF A SLEIGHING ACCIDENT AT COLERAINE. Yesterday Mr. Cochrane M'Leod, Carthall, Coleraine, was 32 years of a
Paris, Wednesday. This afternoon’s official communique says:— ' In Belgium gained a little ground the Nieuport district opposite the Polders, to the north of Lomhaertzyde. The enemy violently bombarded St. Georges, which place have put into a state of defence. We carried a Germa
Irritation in Vienna. keutkb's Venice, Tuesday. The Italian expedition to Valona (Albania) appears to have produced considerable irritation Vienna, although not openly expressed. It is thought probable that the suddenness of the Italian move may have disturbed some plans attribu
Archbishop of Canterbury's Message. In tiie course of New Year’s letter to the clergy and laity the diocese, the Archbishop Canterbury says—Every week brings heme more vividly to English firesides the sacredness of the call which has rung out to our manhood. It is with a full, c
Amsterdam, Wednesday. An official communique issued yesterday in Constantinople says:— Our troops have completely defeated the Russians the valley the Murad River, capturing two guns, one machine gun, two artillery ammunition waggons, 36 mules, 115 horses, 9 officers, and 96 men
The Labour Leader,” the organ of the Independent Labour Party, publishes official message received from the executive of the Social Democratic Party of Germany, saying;— ** In this fateful time our deepest sympathy is with all endeavours which have as their aim a speedy terminat
COMMITTEES DECISION Wednesday Drening. The decision of the Dublin Stock Exchange Committee on tie rropeniog or the Exchange officially wee made known to the members today. The announcement was that "The Dublin Stock Exchange abaft be officially opened on the 11th Jaaury, 1915."
31 December 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland