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HOTELS, &c.

HOTELS, &c.

18 June 1919 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOWLING ANALYSIS.

BOWLING ANALYSIS.

SUSSEX.—First lrming»—Hitcli, wickHa for 54 tor. 35; W. J. Abd, non© for 18. Second Inning?—Hiuli, for 65; Huolibv, 1 for 47; W. J. Abel. 5 for 74; T. Abel. 1 for 37. SURREY.—Fin>t lomuga—Roberta, wicket for 76 runs; Cox, 1 for 76; Tate, 1 lor 113; Jewell, 2 for 86; lla/ber, non
18 June 1919 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON CHAMPIONSHIPS.

LONDON CHAMPIONSHIPS.

Excellent progress was made in the London championships the Queen’s Club yesterday. In the third round the gentlemen’s open singles Ff. Mirim beat II J. P. Aitken bj- 2 sets to love, G. W. beat P. V. Tabbuch by 3 love, P. M Da won heat Captain Dash sets to love. R. M K. Tumhull
18 June 1919 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THIS DAYS FORCCASTS

THIS DAYS FORCCASTS

Light or moderate aouth-west wind; cloudy. Rather warm. General —Showers or slight rain are probable in the west and north, but tine weather likely continue in the cast and south ♦ High water «n Belfast, 2.39 a.m.: p. Sun rues, 4.56 a.ro.; sets, 954 p.m. Moon rises, 11.48 p.m.;
18 June 1919 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CHINQ-JAPANESE FRICTION.

THE CHINQ-JAPANESE FRICTION.

Router’s Agency learns that latest British telegrams from China, dated June 14. show distinct improvement the situation. There was reorudesoence Rouble Shanghai on the night the 12th, occasioned by the police breaking a procession students, but matter did not assume serious prop
18 June 1919 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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18 June 1919 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A RADICAL VIEW.

A RADICAL VIEW.

The “Daily News’* soya:—The Government would possibly have been better advised to hove left the charges the Irish- American delegates to answer themselves, as most of thorn do. Mr. Macpherson may enjoy the satisfaction . exploding the w ilder fictions, an obviously etf parte sta
18 June 1919 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MODEST HEROES.

MODEST HEROES.

The Departure from Kingstown. CAPTAIN ALCOCK ON " RECEPTIONS” Captain. and Lieutenant Brown left Kingwtown yesterday morning by the mail boat Ulster for Holyhead, route to London. They motored from the Chief Secretary’s Lodge the Carlisle Pier, and passing on to the mail'boat pr
18 June 1919 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CITY FATALIIIES

CITY FATALIIIES

' evening while proceeding fioiu his work in Mea?r«. Horland & Wolff'e. where was employed a«4 a machine-man, David Hanna, -lb, Street, was caught between some waggons near the Queen's received severe injuries, and. although promptly removed the Victoria Hospital, died shortly a
18 June 1919 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland