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HUNTING APPOINTMENTS

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS

COUNTY DOWN STACHOUNDS. The above houn.is will not hunt to-iisy. 751' Boot. Ituat—At Baliymottey, 1. o'clock To-morrow. KlUult.fh and Rock and Cbicboater Uamrrr Boats Ends, ulcnaiy. u'cJock. to day s racing. Notes from Lincoln.
23 March 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Fall of Przemysl.

Fall of Przemysl.

The fall Przemysl is the chief war news to-day. The capitulation of the garrison will have profound effect upon the operations iu Galicia and the Carpathians, In the first place, it will free the forces which have been investing the fortress for the reinforcement of the Russian
23 March 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HEAVY FIGHTING IN THE ARQONNE.

HEAVY FIGHTING IN THE ARQONNE.

HEAVY FIGHTING THE ARQONNE. Enemy's Severe Losses.
23 March 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DARDANELLES.

THE DARDANELLES.

Bad Weather Interrupts Operations. PRESS WAR SPECIAL. Tenodes, Sunday. Thore w«rc no operations by the Allied fleets to-day owing the continued bad weather. When the Ocoan struck a mine, which sank her, the crew were taken of! other vessels before she went down. THE GERMAN RAIDE
23 March 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DEATH OF COLONEL FARQUHAR

THE DEATH OF COLONEL FARQUHAR

i /f - ■*3| REALM ACT. •> I "mCIS” WA* TELEGRAM, PRESS A9BOCIATTOS. Toronto, Monday. Genuine felt in Ottawa over the ■death of Colonel Farquhar, Princess Patricia’s Light Infantry. The Duke and Duchess of Connaught have telegraphed a message of condolence Lady Evelyn Farquhar, a
23 March 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHINA AND JAPAN.

CHINA AND JAPAN.

Peking. Monday. A thousand Japanese troops arrived from Tsinan yesterday. Five hundred from Japan arrived in Shantung, 3.000 at Mukden, and 3,000 at Daiuv. Four out of the seven Japanese demand* relating .Manchuria have been sctilod ’almost accordance with Japan's original propo
23 March 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEWRY WATER SUPPLY.

NEWRY WATER SUPPLY.

At Xewry Urban Council yesterday—Mr. T. P. Willis, vice chairman, presiding—* letter read from Mr. Wm. Johnson, solicitor the CarnJough water works trustees, stating that they would very pleased have the proposed conference with deputation of the council, but suggesting that the
23 March 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RAILWAYS.

RAILWAYS.

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23 March 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, TUESDAY, MARCH 28. 1915. FRENCH OFFICIAL STORY.

THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, TUESDAY, MARCH 28. 1915. FRENCH OFFICIAL STORY.

The ’second instalment of the French official review the first six months of tho war deals specially with the period, sth to 13th September, and tells the story of the German retreat from the Marne, ** which certain times had the appearance of rout.” Tho document is as follows:
23 March 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SIR E. GREY AND THE WAR tERMANT'S RESPONSIBILITY

SIR E. GREY AND THE WAR tERMANT'S RESPONSIBILITY

The Allies’ Determination. STRIKING DECLARATION. Sir Edward Grej, presiding yesterday afternoon lecture the war given by Mr. Jotm Buchan, Bechatein Hall. London, «aid that we were now conaidering the particular s by which the war had to be prosecuted to successful conclusion. Le
23 March 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland