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ARSENAL IN GARRICK HILL AREA.

ARSENAL IN GARRICK HILL AREA.

is officially announced that in the Course of the joint search carried out by military and police in the Garrick Hill neighbourhood on Friday, regular arsenal was discovered, ingeniously concealed in attic over No. 10, Park Street, rifles, revolvers hand-grenades, about 1,000 ro
05 June 1922 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WOUNDED.

WOUNDED.

Michael Gallagher (45), Stanhope Street; bullet wound to thigh. F. Fornau (55), 51, Grove Street; bullot wound to James Hoy (57), Bendigo Street; bullet wound to shoulder; not detained. H. Dempsey (30). 39. New Dock Street; gunshot wound to knee. .... Robert Toal (40), 56, Marin
05 June 1922 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AIR DISASTERS.

AIR DISASTERS.

EXPLOSION OFF SHORE. Famous Surgeon and Two Others Perish. DREADFUL SCENE FOR HOUDAYMAKERS. . London-Paria aeroplane, belonging ft French company, was wrecked by explosion and nose- dived into sea off Folkestone, with the less of throe livco. One of the bodies, which were mutila
05 June 1922 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BEUEVINO-OFFICER MISSING,

BEUEVINO-OFFICER MISSING,

A shocking double tragedy was discovered lato on Friday night house in High Street, Itchcn. Southampton, occupied by Frederick Halliday, relieving officer for South Stoneham Union. Iho police, having received certain information, visited the house, which found locked with all (h
05 June 1922 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RIGHT AND REASON

RIGHT AND REASON

WHAT OUR MEN DIED FOR. Mr. Lloyd George In His Home Country. YEARNING FOR HARMONY OP NATIONS. The Primo Minister on Saturday afternoon laid the foundation-stone of Criccieth Memorial Hall. Mr. Lloyd George placed in the cavity of the stone the following statement •written by him
05 June 1922 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Idea from Musical FesUral.

Idea from Musical FesUral.

In a brief speech in Welsh at musical festival Cnccioth on Saturday evening, the Prime Minister said there was real harmony among all tho voices singing at the festival. went to Genoa to secure harmony among tho nations. Of course it was very difficult because, instead of four v
05 June 1922 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TUNNELLING OF HOUSES

TUNNELLING OF HOUSES

An Offence Under the The first case under the Civil Authorities (Special Powers) Act was hoard in tho Belfast Custody Court on Saturday, when Jamea Sloan, Arran Street, was charged as being tho occupier of the house, 17. Arran Street, which had been adapted the opening of large
05 June 1922 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE KILDARE STREET CLUB.

THE KILDARE STREET CLUB.

Kildare Street Club, Dublin, was handed back to its rightful owners on Saturday by the armed Republicans who had seized it some weeks ago, ostensibly for tho housing of ** refugees.” The club was represented by Sir Frederick Shaw, Bart., (chairman) and Mr. Bailey, secretary. app
05 June 1922 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN’S OBJECT LESSON. Big Review British Troops.

DUBLIN’S OBJECT LESSON. Big Review British Troops.

05 June 1922 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER PREMIER IN LONDON.

ULSTER PREMIER IN LONDON.

eoiiforcnee on tho Irish situation 's9 ' ■U-V./-’w ft 1 Mg «S*|wsari.y^ >v l. wm Wm Tho Earl of Balfour, Sir James Craig, nod the Marquis of leaving tho Foreign Offirc, after
05 June 1922 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland