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THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF TEACHERS OF THE DEAF

THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF TEACHERS OF THE DEAF

THE NATIONAL ASSOCTMION OF TEACGHERS OF THE DEAW We hare received a copy of a book entitled, "The Teacbing of Language during the First, Second, end Third Years of a Dead hild's School Life." The National Association of Teachers of the Deaf, desiring to commemorate their suaesas
30 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

I I I SHIPPING INTIELLIGENCE, WIND-EASTERLY. 1ARRIVD AT THIS FOILt tIN 2ITte A~ND Z9Tz LNS~T, COAL-LADEs The ssEvoleot. 'nil- rpe- -Avtr-, ~ OEx. chian ge, train Lisarjtous; 'ht~ ES li-el S Cray. t' na the s S. 8Cm:. fost ?? o- it. frm ~O from Fa:stigtan; the a- f~ra, in: lxi.: S
30 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

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TO BE LE ' OR SOLD. CLIFTONVILLE ROAD. TO LET, 1 & 2, ASHLEY VILLAS, ] VERLOOKING CLIFTONVILLE CRICKET U GROUND, containing two Sitting and four Bed Rooms, Bath and Lavatory (h. and c.), Hot- air Press, two ?? Apply at No. 3, ASHLEY VILLAS. BA.LLYCASTLE SALMON FISHERY. 70 BE LET,
30 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SOLDIERS OF THE QUEEN SONGS.

SOLDIERS OF THE QUEEN SONGS.

EL MARCHING. . Now, girls, fare you well! e See, we must right-about; Corporal and sergeant, Cry, We've got the rout! Weep? Soldiers' loves should show no fears; For foreign lands we're bound, my dears ! We go to seek our fortune, f A-marching!! I r 0, Tapster, come here, We'll
30 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE AMERICAN MARKETS.

THE AMERICAN MARKETS.

TIf HE AMRLMCAN MARKETS.' . ?? . _ NEW YORK STOCK EXURANGE. NEW YORK, Friday. The volume of business at the Stock Exchange has been rairly large, with aggregate t'ranacstions computed at 557,000 shares. Atcahson preferences, Baltimore issues, and the Pacific group lea ds the rail
30 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOOTBALL.

FOOTBALL.

F O OT B A L L, PROVT.NCIAT. Towxs v. UNITED ThmrE AST.-This nlt-lh i ill toke place to-1.y, at Ba lyniieigh, at 2 30 p.m. After the match the Ulster five will mern too select Vhe team to represent Ulster v. MUiDster .-r.d Lein'ster, at Dublin, on Januarv 19$th :,d 20th, 1900. Th
30 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A HEAVY CALENDAR OF CRIME IN GLASGOW.

A HEAVY CALENDAR OF CRIME IN GLASGOW.

A HEAVY CALENDAR OF CRIME IN GIASGOW. GLAsow, FRsDnAr.-A %itting of the High Court was hold to-day in the Justiciary Buildings, TJi' Square. The Lord Justice Clerk aud Loord Pearson were tbhe presiding judges. A heavy calendai feal to bs disposed of, the eighteenr oases including
30 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DONEGAL RAILWAY COMPANY.

DONEGAL RAILWAY COMPANY.

DONEGAL RAILWAY CORiANY. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. TME TOURIST 'RAFFIC-OPENLNG UP THE COUNTY. SnAnonwel, FrIDAY.-The half-yearly meeting of the proprietors of the Donegal Bailway (Oom- pany was held in ihe company's offices here to-day .-Sir James Musgrave, Bart., D.L., pre- siding. T
30 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

UNITED KINGDOM1 TEA COMiPANYS KONTHLY PRIZE LIST. £1 1,0000. £1,000, THE PRIZE WINNERS FoR OCT., 1899, ARE-. iPRIZE OF £5 FOR THE LARGF:ST NUMBER OF POINTS SCORID 'FOR OCTOBER.£5 0 0 ANNIE HARMAYUN, 25, Stephen's Green, North. Dui. iu. 10 PRIZES OF £1 EAt1H Fu1R O Hr. NNEXT 10 IA
30 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE METHODIST CHURCH.

THE METHODIST CHURCH.

The Blackball Place circuit, Dublin, has sus- tained great loss lately -in the removal of Head- Constabl% Robert Cosgrove, Sunday school super- intendent, as also in that of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Twamley, active members of the Christicu En- deavour Society, who have come to reside in
30 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland