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SHIPPING.

SHIPPING.

Carrying AUSTRALIA U.NE. K y imiMIV.NE. OBIENT SMI> LINE Throiui'i T.ckct* No- /* itand .v Tasm*:u» Tons. London; Toulon IKaplc*. OTRANTO (tw-s) 12,124 Apnl24 April May 2 OSTERLEY(twa) 12,129 8 May 14 « (tr-s) 12.928 May 22 May 28 May 30 ORsOVA (tw-5)i12,036 Juue 5| June 11 Mana
23 April 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Other Ulster Opinions,

Other Ulster Opinions,

f-fK'cial ••orr«spond<*nt of the Morning , William t ruwfmd. chairman <it the large.'l linen mamifacturius company in th.* world, in interview, said—" The suggestio.i that weakening our opposition Home Hole i? phantasm Radicalism. Our attitude day is more hostile and more inspir
23 April 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AN OMAGH ASSAULT.

AN OMAGH ASSAULT.

aggravated assault committed Omagh man, who is a member of the Ulster Volunteers, the evening the 13th inst. It seems carpenter named Win. Thompson standing neai the metal bridge, in conversation wph soldier of the Bedfordshire Reg;- ment, when a. Nationalist, whose name is stat
23 April 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SERVICE AT COOKSTOWN

SERVICE AT COOKSTOWN

The Lijian portion ut tlio Cookstown rorapamti of the Volunterrs ]«raueJ lu tut.m Frealjvterian Church uii the of the ifc. iiuiiutc<l by ihe minister G. B. >haw. xrb* mst. service \va the cungregation. Rev preaclied sermon Paul’s charge to Timothy (Revised tifion dering), < iuar
23 April 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A FATAL QUARREL.

A FATAL QUARREL.

FATAL QUARREL. Wounded Soldier Charged with Manslaughter. John Joshua Rogers, of Ethelred Road, Lam beth, a private in the Queen’s Royal West Surrey Regiment, was on infct. charged Westminster with the manslaughter Tiios. Bailey. According to the police, argument over the war ori
22 October 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GATCHINQ THE KAISER. Cossack Sergeant s Mistake.

GATCHINQ THE KAISER. Cossack Sergeant s Mistake.

The. Novoe Vremya correspondent reporU that among the Russians operating the East Prussian frontier the rumour has lately been circulated that the Kaiser has arrived and assumed control the operations. Altnuugh known that he was tnen in the legion of Bromberg and Thorn it diffic
22 October 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Symingtons (Rend. Trade-Mark.) COFFEE ESSENCE'LL The Coffee Maid, of Symington's, says: •* To make Coffee in a minute, and to

Symingtons (Rend. Trade-Mark.) COFFEE ESSENCE'LL The Coffee Maid, of Symington's, says: •* To make Coffee in a minute, and to

serve it at its best, Take a tcaspoonful of Symington’s boiling water does the rest. * THOS. BYUINOTOS & CO., Edinburgh and London.
22 October 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHAPTER X.

CHAPTER X.

To dee v in debt, nithout »nv prospect of ever being out of it. is not enviable position, and Gilbert l>orman. for all mat pimoatipiler of and viewed hi» situation calmly, | aiuithematiM-d it with RCKtI reason sat at breakfast ono inormn*. The leaaey bequeathed him by Sir Brooke
22 October 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LOSS OF H.M.S. HAWKE AVENGED.

THE LOSS OF H.M.S. HAWKE AVENGED.

BRITISH CRUISER SUNK. TORPEDOED BY A GERMAN SUBMARINE. town. According to th<*ir atatement there Vere only twenty four active service men hoard, the remainder being fleet reserviM**. The Stoker’s Narrative. A representative of the Aberdeen Evening CUzeite" has obtained the follo
22 October 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHOT BY A SENTRY

SHOT BY A SENTRY

SHOT BY SENTRY One Soldier Killed and Another Wounded. Fort Scoveston. Milford Haven, where a gun had been elevated as a precaution against airship attack, a tentry saw an object near the gun the 18th inst. and fired. The shot fell into tent in the camp of the company the Welsh R
22 October 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland