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OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR~ LONTDONT LETTE:R. | aB O U. 11 t LC t Sr. X :L. NEW6- I.TE OrrtCE, it;p.l FarEr Srin:lEr, E.C., Ttlei:SArS Nritlr. Ttr. dowery debate" in the h-ouse of Corn n-ions- w xhich jincil del srpeeches f rom :ttr. Glradstone. S itr S. Neorthoote, Mr. C. 13. L -iris, Mr. Wxiliam O' 0
15 May 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LORD IDDESLEIGH AT SHERBOURNE PARK.

LORD IDDESLEIGH AT SHERBOURNE PARK.

LORD IDDESLFIGH EAT sHER- I BOURNETPARIL. - d [BY OR3 sPErxcIL Wv . LONDON, SuSDAY.-The Earl of Iddesleigh at- o tended a Conservative demonstration' in 'Sher ?? bourne Park yesterday afternoon, and addressed r bbout 7,000 persons in a large marquee. Lord t Alington presided. In
05 October 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STRANDTOWN CHORAL UNION.

STRANDTOWN CHORAL UNION.

STTANDJTOWN, CHORAL UNION. Iie)i third concert of the season itn connection wiith the abhove oraniis ?? WaS given last ?? in thiec Straedtowil S(ehooilnouse. There wits a fair atto'lalCtiLe. The piogratri toe was of al varied and interesting character, incluoding iustrutneotal Ia
18 April 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

OURp LONDON LETTER. LjJ~ Y o 1; Rl e T E' C I A. r v. I r: E.] [nw cIiW.E *tUCA2 6.iaii.] 169, FLEET S ritme~, }t.. IFRIDAY N}ODT. PRACE ! That is theI cry uo-eiglht. If one is to believe the rumours in circulation in aund about the House of Parliamout the Angletinussian diffi- c
18 April 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

NOTICE TO ADNVERTIMERS. jht csr of the Post .re1-1ec states that lewers aetiressed to Iii alBI or Fintitious u Naenesw! sbe sent to the bD ?? O1fce, Sin Dublin. AdVa.Itisers shorl l,conseqluently, - pive their ful) and props r names when thev desire to rewiive coiel munizations a
30 September 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

CUSTODY COURT-YvaassvAr. [Before Messrs. F. J. MAc(xswrn, R.M.; W. J. JOHINSTON, J.P.; TnOs. GArFs'Kiv, J.P.; and J. A. TkyLOI:, J.P. ASSAULTS. Henry Ward was charged with beiag drunk and disordorly on Saturday night, and ?? witb ?? his father. MLr. D. F. Spiller, iun., prosecut
01 December 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST BOARD OF GUARDIANS

BELFAST BOARD OF GUARDIANS

THE weekly meeting of this Board was held yesterday at twelve o'alock in the Boardroom of the Workhouse. Sir David Taylor, J.P., pre. sided, and the other Guardians present were:- Messrs. Jarne Th(7yspaonJ.P.; ThomasGaffikin, J.P.; James Bradbury, John Forsythe, Samuel Weir, Joh
23 December 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

BELFAST MAtRIETS-MOND.AY, SMRTFhenri.l 7. BOROiUGH MA21RTU -OFP10.AL P3R1r0348. WEH 0, T. B SALD. PORN,V6Fr.ATALUIS, HAY AND STRlAW, AND GRlAIN. Per cwi. of 112 i.. N. d. s. El. Pork ?? ,. .. 32 o tin 17 0 Cabbage, ~er . .. a - I" 0 P'otWt0eS, ?? S . . ?? . 0 - s F COhmpioles ??
08 September 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LONDON SCANDALS.

THE LONDON SCANDALS.

ITHE' LONDON SCANDALS. I LIfY" ARMST1RONG'S ABDUCTION. 1ROCDED[N(GS AT BOW STREET. rftS oUR PESCIAi, WIRE.] LoxvoN, MONDAY-RebeOcC Jarrett, aged about forty, was charged at Bow Street to-day on .remand with four distinct offences in connection vith the alleged abduction of a girl
08 September 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE TRADES UNION CONGRESS.

THE TRADES UNION CONGRESS.

THE TRADES UNION CONNGRESS. [SPEC7AL TELEGRAM.] SOurI-PORT,: MoxrmY.-The eighteenth annual Con-ress of the Trade Unions of the United King- dom openedi at Southport to.day. Mr. J. S. llurchie, chairman of the parliamentary com. mittee, presided, and there were present nearly two
08 September 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland