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Supposed Suffragette Outrage.

Supposed Suffragette Outrage.

outrage himil.tr character t> that which occurred week m* tw<» ago Westminster church caused some damage on ins:, at St. Martin’s Church, Trafalgar Square. The church was closed usual after evening service, and far could Ik- seen everything was in order. About half past ten. how
April 9, 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
arrival the; but with

arrival the; but with

,v cif they quickly tingU)*hitig tin- flames. When the noliml number of civilians juuv»« 'ng few l*\at£ irom dertruction. hu • ere completely destroyed, and more were partially damage.!. The hre the upper loft, but the caiue is The damage is covered by insurance. BURNING OF A PR
April 9, 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Belfast Week hr Ncwa.

Belfast Week hr Ncwa.

Belfast Week Ncwa. :l PERSONALITIES OF THE DAY |: i* An Ex-Lord Chancellor. Lord Lonrbur.-. who clohrated his 3rd insl.will hj letter to "Tho Times” in connection with the Home Rule controversy, Uneburn ree his education at Ch-llenham tolteM and ford On leaving Oxford joined the
April 9, 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
QUEEN VICTORIA CLERGY FUND.

QUEEN VICTORIA CLERGY FUND.

The Queen Victoria Clergy Fund lias made this year grants aggregating £14.000 the churches the various dioceses of England and Wales. £l.OOO each being allocated to Norwich, St. Albans, and St. Davids; £875 to Salisbury, £BOO St. Asaph, £750 Bath and Weils, £725 each to Lincoln
April 9, 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A RIYER KELVIN MYSTERY.

A RIYER KELVIN MYSTERY.

Cnder bueii the hank of the River Kelvin, in West Park. Glasgow, on the 3rd instant found a lady’s coat, a pair of jhoes. pair kid gloves, and a handbag containing two side combs and a jar of face cream. the bag also was a love letter, a ticket from Glasgow Callander, and also n
April 9, 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SCHOMBERG JUVENILE L OX, S 6.

SCHOMBERG JUVENILE L OX, S 6.

Thr members held their monthly meeting 16th ult. 14. Karl Street, Rock Ferry. The was opened Br. Shaw conducting devoti'ijwl exercises. 'lfhe superintendent, Br. T. Irwin, read and explained to the boys ten reasons for being Orangeman, and promised to explain the other ten next
April 9, 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHOPWELL.

CHOPWELL.

MEDOMSLEY BLACK WATCH R.B.P. This prereptory met in the Hotel. Consett, on 4th inst.—Sir Kt. S. . patrick, R.W.M., in the chair, and Sir Kt. Hinds in the vice chair. The pr.-ceptory , u opened in due form, and routin • business £-*• through. Sir Kt. Sam Kilpatrick gave a the mee
April 9, 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BELFAST WEEKLY NEWS, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1914. OUR PARLIAMENTARY

THE BELFAST WEEKLY NEWS, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1914. OUR PARLIAMENTARY

DIARY. WEDNESDAY. The GoYernment’a Elusiveness. had another day of the Hume Hula debate, hut in the absettre of the Prime Minister it little, mure than farce. have conciliatory speeches from some mem 1 vers of the Government and combative speeches from otnera, when have iK't bot
April 9, 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STOCK AND SHARE REPORT

STOCK AND SHARE REPORT

BELFAST STOCK EXCHANGE. Butinas is poetically a' tone of the market aull. I lie political wltokis thiowing its hinetu. influence the Market, and improvoment view while present situation aiTaii-s lasts. ' Banks inclined to weaken Ulster* done at 10'-7 I’rovinml 26;. Belfast new A
April 9, 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FLAX MARKETS.

FLAX MARKETS.

IiXLI.VMONKV n-AX. Anr.l I. The «a« to-dav for lot li c»t, which sold «» 36- per cwt, GOJJtRAIXK FLAX. April 7. There 30 tons of flax m thi* market to-day, price* from 67s per cwt. down.
April 9, 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland