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BRITISH RAILS.

BRITISH RAILS.

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29 April 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Shells and Dutch Still the Features. Oil shares were again distinguished chiefly for the strength of Shell Transports and Royal Dut-ch, every reaction in which, caused by realisations, was taken advantage of to effect fresh purchases. On balance, therefore, Shells marked fresh i
29 April 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST TIME FOR POSTiNC

LATEST TIME FOR POSTiNC

Saturday. 2 91h May Comment of F.urope—p China and Japan. -.13 -< ?• . Te» (.oiUinent Kurope. ts - ; ; • .n.J *. l»«tch East Indie.-. \i.% I’jly —»-.0 Sunday. 3 oih May. Continent- of Jhir-.p,-. -,010 .'!• id; - . e\-'t; . mails froio Loudon. to —. .. Monday. 31s( May. To Contin
29 May 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NITRATM. INSURANCE

NITRATM. INSURANCE

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29 May 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CABINET COUNCIL.

CABINET COUNCIL.

A further meeting of the National Cabinet was held at 10. Downing Street, noon yesterday. There was a full attendance. Mr. Lloyd George, Minister of Munitions, was the first to arrive. had alrea<iy been busy for some hours at his new Department at 6, Whitehall Gardens, and had r
29 May 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ENDS IN COMPLETE FAILURE.

ENDS IN COMPLETE FAILURE.

K It fairly certain that Von Hindenburg is paying his long-promised visit the western front, and this apostle of massed formations has been hurling his hordes to death with the same brutal recklessness he displayed on the Vistula, says the special correspondent of the Morning Po
29 April 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SERVICE NT F 0.8 f BURBERRYS T.W. HARVEY & CO.. 6, DOYEGALLSQ. WEST, BELFAST SUCCESSORS TO ALBION CLOTH CO. T7=T4Tir.TfiRED

SERVICE NT F 0.8 f BURBERRYS T.W. HARVEY & CO.. 6, DOYEGALLSQ. WEST, BELFAST SUCCESSORS TO ALBION CLOTH CO. T7=T4Tir.TfiRED

1834. Telephone 1505.
29 April 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CRAWFORD’S 9li, HIGH STREET, FOR ALL KINDS OF GLASS, CHINA, HELM. in

CRAWFORD’S 9li, HIGH STREET, FOR ALL KINDS OF GLASS, CHINA, HELM. in

29 April 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROOHESa.

PROOHESa.

Captain J. V. Atkinson, Esses Regiment, of Mr. John Atkinson, Antrim Road, •who was severely wimnded in ti.e recent fighting in France, is progrossing favourably is, . j.„ don hospital. Whilst leading his was shot through the neck, the bullet entering below the car and passing d
29 May 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
VOLUNTEER FORCE HOSPITAL. Wounded Soldiers Entertained.

VOLUNTEER FORCE HOSPITAL. Wounded Soldiers Entertained.

An enjoyable entertainment for the soldiers was given in the Ulster Volunteer Force Hospital. Exhibition Hall, yesterday afternoon by the artistes appearing this week the Empire Theatre of Varieties. The proceedings were of most successful character, and the patients if'- roughl
29 May 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland