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FIRE IN HAMPTON COURT PALACE.

FIRE IN HAMPTON COURT PALACE.

- - Alourne Irish \§ hisky jB the be3t and parest spirit I ever purchaBed." Other testimony iB that it is infinitely more wbolesome thau Preueb branoy. It cau be ?? osily front Boucher Brothers, BelEast 16Ot;: FORTl7.EIGH'r AP. ItT.MEN'rS INJU..ED. LO ;DCx Finnsv.-.An alarming f
20 November 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL NEWS.

COMMERCIAL NEWS.

COMUEMJIAL NEWS. LONDON 6TOCKEXCOHANOIH. [By OUR SPROUL Wirm.l LO\<DON, FniDAT Ev ?? supply of money toiutiu0os abundant, and the demand was very limited at 2 per cent. for short loans. Dis. -couat remains quiet, at 2.4 to 3 per coat. for first. dalss bills. .21,0O0 in gold taken
20 November 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OPENING OF A CONSTITUTIONAL CLUB.

OPENING OF A CONSTITUTIONAL CLUB.

OPENING OF A CONSTITU. TIONAL CLUB. ADDREBSS BY COL. SAUNDERSON, M.P. [rsECiAt TELEOGRAMI VROM OR REPORTERt1 BADLyMENA, FJIDAY NioEI, -The Ballymena and Harryville Working Men's Conwtitutioill Club was opened to.night by Colonel Saunderson, M.., who delivered the inaugural addres
20 November 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LOSS OF MAJOR MURRAY'S TWO SONS.

THE LOSS OF MAJOR MURRAY'S TWO SONS.

THE' LOSS OF UAJOR MURR&Y'S TWO SONS. IN reference to this melancholy event the two fol- lowing letters have appeared iu a London contem- porary. From the latter it will be seen that all hope has not yet been abandoned :-" The follow- E ing particulars regarding the loss of the l
01 November 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST QUARTESR SESSIONS.

BELFAST QUARTESR SESSIONS.

BEFLFAST QUARTESR SESSIONS. Tniu business of these sessions was resnmed yse. terday before Ur. DAvID Rose, Q.C., County Court Judge, in the Crown Court, County Courthouse, Crumlin Road. CHB5ST5TI V. Y'Oi)OLL. Tb he aring of this case was resumed. It was a remitted action from the
17 November 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ORANGE INSTITUTION.

THE ORANGE INSTITUTION.

THIE OR ANGE INSTITUTION. ' UEETING AT POR'TAVOGIE. AN important meeting was held in the Orange Hall on Monday night, at seven o'clock. The Rev, E. C. Fife presided. Amongst those present on the platform wore-Mr. William Johnston, M.P.; Colonel Waring, M.P.; the Rev. E. A. Lyle,
17 November 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

SPORTIN G. ENGLISH SPORTING NOTE S. LoNDViN, SAroanTu.-Tine passes quicltly with the racing man, and it seems bau a few weeks ago since Fulmen won the LiucoInshiro aundioap in tite colours of Mr. Naylor. Yet tbe season ia now over, and mauy who saw the curtain fall at M'n- oheste
29 November 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

[5zu~cii'5 TE;UKOActe.] OPENING OF TRE ROUMANIAN CH.X.MItg R. BUicAcRsT, S'runltty.-The Roumanian Chinm hers were opened to-day by King Charles. The pafsgui inD tdie Speech iroiu the 'I'hrone touching foreign affairs is as follows:-1" We have excellent MelLton-I Wjith all Powers
29 November 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL NEWS.

COMMERCIAL NEWS.

COMAIE RCIAL NEWS. LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE. en~ OUn sPnorm. WnRt.1 Lo:;DeN, MONDAY EVFNeNG.-the Stock Ex. ohttnae has been closed to-day, ooasequently there is no business to report in public securities. There has again been' a considerable demand for money, and short loans wore ch
02 November 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING I-NTLE LlJIGEn N-CE , ARRusTm AT 17731 POR t' ox IE i;: ' ?? AND 157 i\'i7 Tilhe ?? St1aliesI'~. At imioito, fraite ; i. itl:C' and rre ; ('0sni1er Dihsiltloy CW.Ii ?? , ?? ?? & tiie, Coi.. jigo1tits. 'ilThebUnek ?? 'agiiauio. l,;14iii 1:e>. 1t ' (teittje, win AIt weat;
02 November 1886 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland