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Tba Oft asd flsJy Tehlol* tto tod Is OalaM. bad UP-TO-DATE THE . MOtfi EQUIPMENT ARTHUR STRINGER, nmUAI OMDUTAKU. ßrsacbw-Antrim Eoad. Cesnswatar A Uussfhonl Telef; 8 * UO. Talagraati 'Tarrlac*. EalfOd.*
04 February 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOWLING NOTES, BY “ JACK.**

BOWLING NOTES, BY “ JACK.**

BOWLING NOTES, BY JACK.** “Au* didn’t the- get the darlin* weatherr the old lady remarked at the close of the Dublin rising- And didn't get the darlln’ weather on tiatnrday last on our local greens. It would interesting to estimate how many hurried trips were paid to the pavilion
01 June 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OFFICIAL STARTING PRICES.

OFFICIAL STARTING PRICES.

NKWMABKF.T. All-aged 4 Ray. liree-year-old Handicap—B to I King's Prize. June Stakeg--9 on Poffijnern.. Moderate Plate—Evens Sibyl Grey. SweciisUkeo—O 4 agst Salandra. Wednesday Plate—7 to 2 agst l-ul.vbridge. ■r ton Handicap—9 to Crimson Square. —^—— - ■
01 June 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
New Donegal Magistrate.

New Donegal Magistrate.

The Lord Chancellor, on the recommend.! Sir John Olphert, Bart,. H.M.L.. ha. pointed Mr. W. Patterson. The Hell Rossnowlagh, BaUyshannon, to the Comnur; of the Peace for Comity Donegal. Made in England for over 100 years.
30 March 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WITHDRAWAL ON ABIAOO PLATEAU

WITHDRAWAL ON ABIAOO PLATEAU

Rome, Wednesday. The official communique issued tonight says: On the hills north the Lcdro Talley and in the Riva zone there has been much enemy movement, together with unusual activity in the construction of defensive works. In the Lagarina Valley yesterday the enemy made fresh
01 June 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ENEMY SEAPLANE BROUGHT DOWN

ENEMY SEAPLANE BROUGHT DOWN

Rome, Wednesday. enemy seaplane was brought down in the Lower Adriatic yesterday morning. STARTLING ACCIDENT DUBLIN. Collapse of a Public-house. THE SCENE OF RECENT FIGHTING. FROST OWN* CORRESPONDENT. Dublin, Wednesday Shortly after eight o’clock to-night a publichouse situated
01 June 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
91 OFFICERS—I,63I OTHER BANKS.

91 OFFICERS—I,63I OTHER BANKS.

Th® following losses are recorded in last night s casualty lists Officers dead 21, wounded and missing 70 ; total 91. Men dead 398, wounded and missing 1,233; total 1,651. Details:— Officers killed 4, previously reported missing now reported killed 1, died of wounds 7, died pris
01 June 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
O’Shea, Second-Lieutenant W. 8., Indian Infantry.

O’Shea, Second-Lieutenant W. 8., Indian Infantry.

DIED. Kn-wan Rev. R. M., Chaplain. Indian Ecclesiastical Establishment. WOUNDED. LlewehiUio; Capt. G. E., Indian Army Res. of Officers. May. 6cc.-Lieut. L. H., Indian Volunteers, attached Indian Infantry. Whit ford-Hawkey, Lient. E. M.. Indian Cavalry. NAVAL CASUALTIES. . The Se
01 June 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Remarkable Coalis’and Casa.

Remarkable Coalis’and Casa.

At Dungannon quarter sessions yesterday—before his Honour Judge Linehan, K.C. Edward M‘Cann, Derryloghan, Coalisland. applied to have a deed of assignment set aside. The deed was mad by him on 30th November favour his cousin, Thomas Donnelly, of Derrylaghan, the defendant and re
30 March 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ALLIED CONFERENCE.

THE ALLIED CONFERENCE.

Paris, Wednesday. Have Yon Ever Tried MeWATTKRS' NUTTO '*•«•>■> BREAD In Dust-Proof Wrappers ? If not, send a postcard to the Bakery, Cromae Street, jor van to call with a sample loaf, a delightful experience await* you. •Phone IU7 MILITARY SERYICE ACT. Alleged Desertion from th
30 March 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland