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EGYPT AND THE SOUDAN.

EGYPT AND THE SOUDAN.

TrHE FALL OF BERIBER. FURTHER DETAILS. [I'nOII TE1t SECOND EDIT1ON O} TiE TIMPR.] LoNDON, Ti3UmsnAY. HAMlA, JUNE 12, MID-sm0eI.-News has reached here that Berber has fallen.. lhis event is sup- ?? to have happened about twelve days ago. It is stated that the troops fought until
13 June 1884 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NARROW ESCAPE OF AN ATLANTIC STEAMER.

NARROW ESCAPE OF AN ATLANTIC STEAMER.

NARROW ESCAPE OF AN ATLANTIC STEAM IR. LTvIERPooL, TnuasDoAY.-The Onnard royal mail steamer Aurania arrived from New York, off Quesostown, at five o'clock this morning, with 609 passengers, and alterwards proceeded to Liver. pool. The captaiu veports that at half-past seven last
13 June 1884 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AUSTRALIA AND FRENCH FELONS.

AUSTRALIA AND FRENCH FELONS.

IDAIY TELEGRZAPH TrELEOGAM.J PuAxis, W S siO.4YE ?? lately made by the Governor of Victoria on the proposed transportation of French old offenders to New Caledonia in his opening address to the ClOIial Parliament have evoked some comment here. The Telegraphe thinks that the addr
13 June 1884 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

LOST. PUBLIC NOTICE. ALF-LOST OR STOLEN, ON WEDNES- J 1DAY, 28th May, at KIRKCUBBIN FAIR, out of Mr. Hamill's yard, a, Red Heifer Calf, 12 months old, value £19, the property of James ] Tilsou, grocer, Greyabbey. If found in the possession of any person after o ?? notice, they wi
05 June 1884 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL NEWS.

COMMERCIAL NEWS.

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGB. LONDON, WDNESIDAY EvrSNmNo.-Tbe demand for money to-day bas been msoderately active at about lf per cent. Discount ruled steady, 14 still being ,the general quotation for first-clasi three months' One hundred thousand sovereigns withdrawn ifrom Bank for Ne
05 June 1884 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CHURCH OF IRELAND.

THE CHURCH OF IRELAND.

THE OCURCH OF IRELAND. DI1CBskj OF DOWN AND CONNOR AND DROMOR4. THE Diocesan Council met yesterday in tbe Diocesan Rooms, Belfast-the Right Rev. tbe Lord Bishop presiding. There were also present- The Very Rev. tbe Dean of Down, D.D.; the VeryRev. the Dean of Dromore, the Veu. th
05 June 1884 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
METROPOLITAN GOSSIP.

METROPOLITAN GOSSIP.

LFROM OUR LADY 0OQBESPONDMNT.1 LosDom, MONDAY. Tis heavy rain of the lat few davs has interfered with out-of-door amusements, but was very much required. Though the winter was so mild, and spring sot in early, vegetation was far baok. Market prices for fruit and vegetables remin
10 June 1884 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER INTELLIGENCE.

ULSTER INTELLIGENCE.

?? oncaaersroNnENTs.1 A Tmenii~n ACCIDENT.-A boy, pged about 18 years, named Henry Longmore, residing with his parents at jillhall, near Lisburn, while jumping, near bis father's house, on Saturday evening last, broke hie leg. He has been admitted into the b County Antrim Infirm
10 June 1884 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WILLS AND BEQUESTS.

WILLS AND BEQUESTS.

[rFsOit THE ILLUSTUAIThD LONDON NEWS.] Timi will, dated Novetnber 8, 18711, with fivo codi- cils, dated July 10, 1878; June 19, July 2G, and December 22, 1880; and June 9, 1883, of Mr. Michael Thomas Bass, late of iangemore Housce, Staffordshire, who died on April 2' last, wag p
06 June 1884 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. GEORGE BOLTON AND HIS TENANTS.

MR. GEORGE BOLTON AND HIS TENANTS.

? MR, GEORGE0M BOLTMN AN E I TTENANTS.1 I - _ sI Yesterday, at the Nenagh Quarter Sessions, be- t fore Mr. qall, Q.C., Chairman of: the county Tip- perarY, the case in which Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Beckwith Saurey, of London, Miss Georgia n Bolton, and Miss Anne Bolton, of Ble.s
12 June 1884 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland