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31 August 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LORD MAYOR’S HOSPITALITY.

LORD MAYOR’S HOSPITALITY.

Last evening the members of the Commission visited Whiiehouse, the residence the Lord Mayor, and were the guests of his at dinner. The party also included a few representative citizens. Subsequently the Dominion visitors left for Liverpool, where they are to take part in confere
31 August 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CARPATHIANS FIGHTING

CARPATHIANS FIGHTING

Russians Take Important Positions A 20-MILE FRONT SECURED. Petrograd, Wednesday. This afternoons oflicinl communique ie> as follows: Western Front—ln the region north of Dwinsk, in the course an air battle, one cur machines brought down German Fokker, which fell in the enemy lin
31 August 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE. GREAT NAVAL BATTLE.

THE. GREAT NAVAL BATTLE.

Messrs. Walker. Goldsmith. & Co.. 45. New Oxford Street. London, have published “The Great Naval Battle.” Arthur Pollen. It is illustrated throughout, and intended form a historical record of the Battle Jutland. The author high authority, and his book will be welcomed the public
31 August 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED.

PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED.

CloUlcn umtirs, lady Talbot <ic net*—Society IVter and Paul. The brook Kcril'i : V Syrian story.” (Voorgr Moore i7f- bd'iH’ti; Alusucras Novel, by Charles lira mm 16.0 : The i.erman Woman :i;kl Her Master,** Henry - and r. Sheridan Jones i?s net), lie' author ot Uegenerate -T. W
31 August 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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COTTON.

COTTON.

LIVERPOOL August 30.—The spot market continues quiet, oiili - retail being done American to day, bin quoiaiioxis were advanced 6 poiiiis (middling, 9.62J . Brazilian also twc 6 points, and Egyptian, a. though poor demand, advanced 20 points (f.g.i, lirewii. 12.90 d 1. Jurats ru
31 August 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WHEAT AND FLOUR PRICES.

WHEAT AND FLOUR PRICES.

At a meeting the London Fluor Millers Association yesterday the price of town house holds was lowered Is to S 5»; top grades, 4s more. Tilde 'V.is very iillli’ variation in the [nice wheat li.mifoid yesterday, 62s Wing the Irost jtriie. '1 here was little offer, the weather havi
31 August 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
iUAY, MAY 3, 1916.

iUAY, MAY 3, 1916.

A CITY OF DESOLATION. EFFECTS OF THE REVOLT. Sackville Street in Ruins. THE POST OFFICE GUTTED. FROM OUR OWN REPORTER. Dublin, Tuesday It would be impossible convey in mere words adequate idea of the awful devastation which has been wrought in Dublin during the past ten or eleve
03 May 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A SCENE OF DESOLATION’

A SCENE OF DESOLATION’

The rebellion its force with the surrender the leaders Saturday, but there have bee'll several ebullitions the part snipers since th<*u, and last night sounds of rifleshots broke the stillness in more than one locality where individual insurgents had I > lhai time managed to esc
03 May 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FLOATING CRAIN CARGOES.

FLOATING CRAIN CARGOES.

London 'The Baltic*. WHEAT— The market dull, and nictations nominally unchanged throughout, lor steamer <** w'g stem and Walla, passage, asked, and ’■ June. 1 Northern Manitoba, -lutie. oilers >*. » No- 2 hard whiter, afloat. Ms od- P'-’ held above the market for ./Vi td . En*re
08 June 1916 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland