The death took place the Royal Victoria Hospital Saturday evening of John Hall, a dock labourer, residing at 14, Cargill Street, who had been admitted to the institution on the previous evening suffering from extensive injuries to the spine. Deceased was engaged at the Bead Line
Tokio, Saturday. The Japanese baa gone ashore uncharted off the Menoan coast. There danger. TK« armoured crmser built Herrick tolß9B. She has a displMement 9 760 ton. and carries four. Sin. and fourteen to. pms', nineteen lighter guns, and five torpedo tubes.
ULSTER AND THE WAR. young man of only 24 years of age, met his end m battle. The letter states— I was the nearest of our officers to your son when was killed, I know you would like to hear from me particulars. Our trenches are about 250 yards from the enemy’s, and was hit in the
Recruiting continue* to go. Steadily forward Belfaet, and no fewer than 319 men enlisted last week, the great majority being for the Ulster Division. The figures for the various recruiting stations are as follow : Ulster Division (Old Town Hall) ... 148 Ulster Division (City Hal
Hr. J. H. Thomas and Strike. Mr. J. H. Thomas, M.P., addressing mass meeting of railway workers at Leicester, declared that any man who advised a strike this juncture was not only guilty of a crime, but was rendering the greatest disservice it was possible to render. He justifie
Q-RAND OPERA HOUSE. MONDAY NEXT. April 19th, 1915. THE D’OYLY CARTE PRINCIPAL REPERTORY OPERA j COMPANY. Fred Billington. Leicester Tnnks, Louise Trimble, Dewey Gibson,' Nellie rlneroliffe, Walter Glynne, Elsie M’Detmtd, Frederick Hobbs, PhyllU Smith, Leo Sheffield, Bertha Lewis
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