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I Auctioneer and Vainer. TOWN OF DROGHEDA. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE THOROUGH-BRED SIRES, BROOD MARES. HUNTERS, YOUNG HORSES, . CATTLE. SHEEP, &c.

I Auctioneer and Vainer. TOWN OF DROGHEDA. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE THOROUGH-BRED SIRES, BROOD MARES. HUNTERS, YOUNG HORSES, . CATTLE. SHEEP, &c.

Messrs, bobt. b. daly & son. ltd • are favoured with instruction* from the Administrator the late Mr. JOHN CARPENTER, SELL BY AUCTION. AT SUNNYSIDE, WEDNESDAY, 16th Dec., 1915, Commencing 11 o’clock in the forenoon, Ae follow*: HORSES. Thorough-bred Bay Sire, Garryhill,” 7 years
04 December 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CITY HOUSES OFFICES, &o.

CITY HOUSES OFFICES, &o.

04 December 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WANTED.

WANTED.

ASET of Flax Rollers wanted, in good condition.—W. Carter Son, 28. Waring Street, Belfast. ADVERTISER would buy second-hand Parlour or Bedroom Furniture, also few Beds, Cheat Drawers. Tables, Chairs, &c.—Address. W. 8., 5423, this Office NEW Milk wanted, from to gallon* daily; I
04 December 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SAFETY OF GARRISON.

SAFETY OF GARRISON.

Servian Troops for “.Another theatre.” NEW ENEMY DISPOSITIONS. Fear of the Russian Menace.
04 December 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SURRENDER OF HONASTIR.

SURRENDER OF HONASTIR.

Entry of Austro-German Troops. SERVIANS’ SAFE WITHDRAWAL. From Mr. G. J. Stevens, Special Correspondent the Press Association and ,Daily Telegraph.” j-*., y.- Salonica, Thursday, 11-40 According Greek soured Austro-Gcrmar troops entered Monastir noon to-day. The Greek Metropolit
04 December 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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CLEMENCY FOR REBELS.

CLEMENCY FOR REBELS.

Capetown. Thursday. In the amnesty debate General Botha intimated that he had accepted Mr. Merriman’s amendment recommending clemency individual cases.—Reuter. PORTUGAL AND THE ALLIES. Lisbon. Thursday. The new Governaunt today announced to that it would abstain from party tic.s
04 December 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE EVER.POPULAR HOUSEHOLD REMEDY wqjch has now borne the Stomp Public Approval for OVER FORTY TEARS. SAL T’,

THE EVER.POPULAR HOUSEHOLD REMEDY wqjch has now borne the Stomp Public Approval for OVER FORTY TEARS. SAL T’,

04 December 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DBBTBDCTIVE LONDON FIRE.

DBBTBDCTIVE LONDON FIRE.

, Just after five o’clock yesterday morning disastrous fixe broke out in range warehousea in Aldgate Avenue. London, used aa a box and general workroom* and showrooms. The fire was tn the danger zone of the City, and general brigade call bad to be circulated. Motor pumps poured
04 December 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
G ALLEN—December 3, 1915, at his residence, Mill Moose. BaJbnggan, Charles Gallen, aged years. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife

G ALLEN—December 3, 1915, at his residence, Mill Moose. BaJbnggan, Charles Gallen, aged years. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife

and family. Funeral on Monday, inst., 1-10 p.m. train from Balbriggan, for Glasnevin, Dublin R.I.P.
04 December 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
VOLUNTEER CASUALTIES.

VOLUNTEER CASUALTIES.

Mr. James G. Marks. Roselyn, Deramore Drive, Belfast, has, been officially notified that his. son, Second-Lieutenant J. G. Marks, sth Battalion Seaforth Highlanders (Territorial Force), was wounded in France on the 29th ult. Second-Lieutenant Marks received his commission in the
04 December 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland