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REUTER'S NEW YORK PRICES.

REUTER'S NEW YORK PRICES.

A .1 _ NEW YORK. Ocraunza 30. Stocks opened at a fractional aleclijie. A generally strong tole soon set in, and coutinued throughout the daly. The malrket closed steady. Tuesday being election IiI markets wfil be closoei. MIone y in moderateitC demand. Cotton quniet. Petro. leIt
01 November 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

'SP O P1, IMN G. |FORETELLER'S NOT ERI ti1PECIUI. IrTFtGrsAS1. CROYDOIS, TurbiAT NtOrT.-If to day's rosults may be accepted as a criterion of what is to fol- low, the jumping season will turn out a grand success, and it %vill be a pity if the fixture list is interfered with by fi
01 December 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TEE GOVERNMENT AND THE NATIONAL LEAGUE.

TEE GOVERNMENT AND THE NATIONAL LEAGUE.

TEE GOVERNMENT AND THEA NATIONAL LEAGU . LRR3OECUTION OF MR. DILLON, M.P. jo -- B, ?? oCr. IsRPOITTEIn pr IJO1DLI, TuEskAY.- To day in the Queen's tb i3euoh Division of the High Court of Justice the tic proceedings instituted by the Crown against Ur. 1d A) John Dillon, member oi
01 December 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REUTER'S NEW YORK PRICES

REUTER'S NEW YORK PRICES

N131 Yo1 , SrErIMrlr1 RM?. Stocks npened irregnlar. A Str.)o11r ttnit $u!i5' qiiuiitly set in, tttd u od1titinriod duringu the greater purt ofthe day. 'T'owards the hltter part of thie ?? noo. howIever, prices gave wvyty, and al i1o 1gh il a fewv instances.) s5t11 stocksq E100 I
01 October 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST QUARTER SESSIONS.

BELFAST QUARTER SESSIONS.

ArR. DAVID R1ue, Q.a, County Court Juige for Antrim, sat Yesterday morning, in the County Courthouse, Grumlin Road, and resumed the business of tile Ielfast qvtertcr sessions. Mr. Thos. Cunningham, Aoting Clerk of the Peace, and Mr. :I. MINeile lE'Corinick, Reogitriar, were in a
04 May 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FRIVOLOUS CHARGE BY NATIONALISTS.

FRIVOLOUS CHARGE BY NATIONALISTS.

FRIV OLOUS OCHARGE BY NATIONALISTS.I PnONM ?? nnEPORT rP1 DUNOeANNxON, MoDiony.-At the Dungannon petty se0sions, to-day-before Messrs. lhas. Staeiley, J.P. (chairman); A. L. Nicholson. J.P.; ltobert llewton, J.P.; James Crossle, jun, J.P.; 1E. W. Chambre, J.P.; C. Blayne, R.U.; R
04 May 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Marriages,& Deaths. ,A wnouncements tmder thie headi7n are ohorged tor as follow:s -Marriage, 2. C4; Death . with r uneral rotife, 2a 6d; Obituary Ayofice, 1 6d; Bitrih, 3's Ga. Ast every case auc11 an 0romeement muet be Pr epaid and duly authenticated. B I t ' JI S . ??
20 December 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

SHIPPING. NOTE-Oi Deoemnber 16th,18t~h, 20th, 21st, 22nd, %ndi 2bd the Stea'IBer will Dot leav-e Belfalst bdore 1'he Stcainers svill vot Suit frolm Belfaist or Fleetirood- 0 chr Jslma Day. BUIFAST AND iFLJEW1WOOD RlOYAL MI Flomn BE~iLFASTr ovorv Eveuilip 0at 8-0 p).m. From, fETWO
20 December 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW CHILDREN'S BOOKS.

NEW CHILDREN'S BOOKS.

To Messrs. Marcus Ward & Co. is due the credit of producing some of the most charming of the illustrated bookefor children that have been issued for the present season. Whatever faults may be found with some volumes of this type which occasionally appear with illustrations by ev
20 December 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CAMPBELL DIVORCE CASE.

THE CAMPBELL DIVORCE CASE.

THE A CAMPBELL DIVORCE CASE. REPLY FOR LADY CAUPBELL. LONDON, SATUIDAY.-The hearing of the Camriphell divorce case was resumed before Ur. Justice BUTT and a special jury to-day. I Sir CuAfiLts RussELL commenced his reply for Lady Colin Campbell on the .whole case. He said the cas
20 December 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland