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REUTER'S NEW YORK PRICES

REUTER'S NEW YORK PRICES

NEw Yona, OcTOBBR o 0. Stocks opened firm. The tonle was strong all the morning, but snbsearnently became weak, and re- mained so to tb6 Close of business. Money in active dem.and. Cotton quiet, but steady. Petroleuim firm. Lard easier. Wheat and corn, on spot, frin; fttnres ste
21 October 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GOOD FRIDAY.

GOOD FRIDAY.

Goon FriDAY receives comparatively little observ- ticue in Belfast. Yesterday the ablsence of any- thing lile a general observance of the day wvis, perhaps, more marked ttrrn ever. Except that there was Hervice in the Episcopalian churches; that tie public-houses wero closed as
24 April 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER LAND COMMITTEE.

ULSTER LAND COMMITTEE.

ULSTER LA1ND COMMITTEE. rl STRIOLDAY a unlitcl mteeting of the Ulster Land C1ommtnittee ?? Antrhn Contral Tcuant-right Assocition was hl Id at 4, Watring Street, to con- aider Mr. Gladotone's land Purchase scheme. There was a good at-tudeticc of nctubiers of both wssociatioens. m
24 April 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOLMAN HUNT.

HOLMAN HUNT.

HOLMIAN HUNT. MosT Of the ?? picturos by Mr. Holman IIunt, exhibiting at the Fine ?? Society's Gallery, in Now Bond Stroet, are in somie sort historical, and iwill have, for some time at least, the true historical interest. Of course they have other qualities as well-such qualiti
24 April 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

P = -- ro INE POLI1CEG INTIEIL[G6J3NCE. CJUSTODY COURT-YIsESTcAY. [flforfe Mon. Colnnel Fonura, R..] JAmes Fleminig and Thomqs Niblock were brought formard, eherped by Confit.ible Slowey with having, on thc mlorlling of 1e0;'dnesdlay lasit, 'irown stoues at the premises of Mr. Ir
18 June 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AMERICAN PRODUCE MARKETS.

AMERICAN PRODUCE MARKETS.

A MERIC AN PRODUCE MARKETS. [SPECIAL CABLE DESPATCII.1 NIW YORi, TUISIDAY. The Minneapolie ?? MillTer reports the flour production last week at 11.5,000 barrels, agaiust 144,000 for the previous wveek, and the nutimber of mills rununig nineteen, the same as ir, the previous week.
18 June 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE METHODIST CHURCH.

THE METHODIST CHURCH.

'CUE METHODIST CHURCH. Yesterday the Lent services at Florenoecourt, comn ienced on the 12th inst., vere brougbt to a close., Throughout the congregations were good, and, it is belicvod, the results are satisfactory. "Ijietoriette of Illustrations" was the title of a very attract
27 September 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MILITARY MANŒUVRES.

MILITARY MANŒUVRES.

MILITARY MAN(EUYRES. A Pon'rToI of the troops in garrison will, weather permitting, be exercised as opposing forces on Tuesday, 28th inst., under the following general idea :-A hostile force, having effected a landing nt Larne, has encamped on the high ground west of Carrickfergu
27 September 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER INTELLIGENCE.

ULSTER INTELLIGENCE.

| ULSTvR INTELLIGENCE. A'rTmNIrT TO tTPSiF THV ?? TnAIN.--Od Tuesday night last a6 wanton attempt was made bv some evil.dosigning person or peosons Oil the Draperht6wn Railway to upset the 5.A0 p.m. train from Magherafelt to Draperstolwn by placing a large etoule acroba one of th
27 November 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REUTER'S NEW YORK PRICES.

REUTER'S NEW YORK PRICES.

. RE UTER'S NEW. YORK PRICES. I NEW YORR. NOVE.:Bnr.a 93. | Stoceks opened ?? and lower. BlsiiiOss con- tilnned weak duringe tbe forenoon, but recovered sonsewlata after midday, and for a time were strong. Later on, however, they again gave wal, and closed weak. The dealings in R
24 November 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland