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CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

R.S.-Yonr letter is not authenticated with you? name and address as required. iON.%NGEMAia-NMr. W. Johnston. of Ballykilbeg, was first elected a member of Parliament for Belfast in 1868. GARVAGH PARISE. TO THE EfDITOR OF TEi]- BE3ILFAST NSE S -LETR. ISm-Mfv attention has been dr
29 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SOLDIERS OF THE QUEEN SONGS.

SOLDIERS OF THE QUEEN SONGS.

WELLINGTON. In a moment all was shattered, Crow n and ?? fled. Nought remained but ba-ffed aimings And whole hetacombs of dead. For a moment, and the god-like Turned his back on victories won. Shout it out-hark, time is telling Of the deeds of Wellington! Our Wellington? God ble
29 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SCHOOLMASTERS' ASSOCIATION.

SCHOOLMASTERS' ASSOCIATION.

SCROOLMASTERS' ASSOCIATION. DUBIun, ¶TiRaDA.-rThe annual meeting of the Schoolmasters' Association was held in the Gresham Hotel yesterday. At the morning sitting, the cha-ir being occupied by the president (Mr. Thomas A. Finch, N.A4), the election of officers took place, and res
29 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LAW IN 1899.

LAW IN 1899.

'TROM TES Tme.XS ti The losses sustained by the Judicattire in the a: present year have been severe almost beyond pre- v cedent. Two great figures are missed in the House U of Lords-Lord Hersohell, who fell at the post of tl voluntary duty, and Lord Watson.-whose name is b worth
29 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIFE IN AMERICA.

LIFE IN AMERICA.

zI'FE IN AMERICA. I IMPORTANT BATTLE IN COLOMBIA. I SIRE IAHE DISASTEI-MPOS3I[NG CERPMONY. BY CABL3. YWx OUR OWN OoERESPONDEY. 'NEW YORs, THURsDAY.-GeDeral Otis cables to the War Department stating that he haa issued a procladmatioC infonming the peopls of the Philip- pines that
29 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.

METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.

flOX STANDARDa ?? Ye ByS wAN D. NX., OrricIAN. DONWOALL PLACE. ,,Relwt ntes.Lctter Office. Pci.22Suu. 24.1 Mon. 25 TMes. 26 Wed. 27tii25_ -S. B Variablel ?? N.W. Variable B. 1 - 0-0-0 : 16- Dotted lines indicate height ot barometer aoon. slack ic"s at nildnight. Initial letters
29 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLWENCE. BELFAST CUSTODY COUETT-Ys-E+rpr.D Before Messrs. GaIELT NAC;LE, R3., ;;Dd AdTrTR HOLMES. POLICE CONSTABSLE A>SStLTED Dan Rodgers was sent to pr:stnI ?? .aT for having been drunk and &icrgde-h. ?? ,s: sanltlnit Constable Patricek h<r'ou r ..v on the face and ki
29 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN DAY BY DAY.

DUBLIN DAY BY DAY.

I j 38Lown ORuMO?WD QUAY TwnesDA&Y NiGHT. The Dublin corporation contemaplate an espen- diture of £025,;500 onl a new electric lighting scheme for the city which has been prepared by Mr. Robert Hammond, MA1C.E., consulting elec- trical engineer. Mrz. Hammond proposes the erec- t
29 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXPERIMENTS IN GOOD FELLOWSHIP.

EXPERIMENTS IN GOOD FELLOWSHIP.

I1XPKRJENMTS UN GOOD FELL.OWHESP. According to Mr. A. ?? Hills, the Thames Iron- works is a business undertaking and not a philan- thropic institution, but principally owing to him there has been a. good deal of philanthropy Con- necod with it for many years; and even now, when i
29 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A TRAIN TELEPHONE SYSTEM.

A TRAIN TELEPHONE SYSTEM.

A TRAIN TILEP'RONE SSTEL AN IMPORTANT INVENTION RJPORTED. An invention which will make railway accidenta a practical impossibility would be one of the most flazing triumphs of human skill that the world could dream of, and the news that such en invention has been achieved certain
29 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland