Bpaealation* Valmar. nm ASSOCIATION WAN Berlin, Thursday. At the present moment, when Germany Anally stands before decisive “Yee” or “No,” would be rash man who would risk a heavy bet either way. The latest Weimar reports speak of the Cabinet being eight against and four for acc
Allies Ready for March to Berlin. The Morning Poet * aaye—No one ran ao hypocritical as profese that it ie a matter entire indifference whether Germany eigne or doea not aicn the Treaty. all. Mr. Bonar Law pul it, honestly *' hope that she will sign. But may say this much—that t
At 12-15 p.m. the Conference joined in service of thanksgiving for victory and peace, conducted President, who was assisted by Rev. J. Dwyer Kelly, Chaplain the Forces, and Rev. Jasper Robinson, 8.A.. Chaplain the Forces. Tho roll of the gallant dead was read by Her. W. R. Budd.
AUCTION, the BELFAST REAL PROPERTY EXCHANGE, 52. UPPER ARTHUR STREET, FRIDAY. 4th July, 1919. ONE o’cl^-k. Those two desirable ooitages, •ituatc Nos. 1012. HOLYWOOD ROAD. aHjoiuing the HOLYWOOD ARCHES. containiDg in frontage about Tbie ia very eubstantial Property. ejc?»ptionall
of Scheme. Mr. Andrews said the money required was for the purpose new Power Station at the harbour and certain addition* to the station at East Bridge Street and Chapel I*ne. The application was supplemental to one made the sth March 1918, lor a sum of £310,750. The loan was unq
Of. P«sim Transferred to Llnsr. New York, Wednesday. The French cruiser Jeanne which was ••weying Dr Epitacio Peeeoa, the President of rsnl. the United States, is reported dis'HH Dr. was transferred on Monday liner Tmperstor. which it bound for New York. circlets message the Nav
following meauß* w&« received night from th« Preu Ausoculion’s Edinburgh correspondent • The British Fleet is under Against tha poesibsUfcT of the Germans not signing the peace icrmt. All has bean stopped, stores and ammunition have been taken board, and tha Teasel* are in readi