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THE AMERICAN MARKETS.

THE AMERICAN MARKETS.

I : ?? NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE, NEW YOEK, Thursday. The volume of business, aggregating about 659,000 shares, has to-day been practically the same as yesterday, although the division of the I same has given a preponderance to industrials and specialities. The session opened with
29 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PETTY SESSIONS.

PETTY SESSIONS.

AFtnGi.-This court was 3aeld yesterday, be- Ifore Messrs. N. L. Townsend, R.M. (presiding); De Dr. William Kerr, J.P.; and Robert Turner, Li] J.P. A summons was he'ird at the prosecution of be District-Inspector Walsh against Samuel Ma- tb, 'whinney, who was charged with stabbin
29 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DISTRICT COUNCILS.

DISTRICT COUNCILS.

BALLYMONEY. This rural council met yesterday-Mr. Andrew Seers (chairman) presiding. Mr. T. Taggart, soli- citor, wrote giving notice of the intention of Mr. SfI 'Johu M'Lean, of Park, to oppose the building of labourers' Cottages on his farm. With reference to the minutes of the
29 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE

.6HIPPING LNTELLR+ENCE ?? I, ~~~W1ND-EASThRLY. AERATD AT THIS4 POR'i ON~ 27Taa AND 2na~ Lte- The ars Fain Bead, Elkis, from Pern,,ao WarTh 3x 7- ioonsignees; G.laHevo & Swis, geat., Ii 'ike Joseph FLiser, M'Kerz.ne. f-am Osx 'ThsE Stgnate, Thiomp'on, fromn Falika§, Wi~th a , TIre
29 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

J NEWS FROM KIMBERLEY. AN EARLY MORNING SORTIE ARTILLERY IN ACTION. SHARP FIRING AT NODDER THE SITUATION IN NATAL. CHRISTMAS DAY IN THE BRITISH CAMPS. KR. WINSTON CHURCRILL'S ESCAPE 3 STORY OF HIS ADVENTURES COllNAi'DER-IN-CHIEF LEAVES MADEIRA. LORD RANFURLY'S GENEROUS OFFER. PRE
29 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MONEY MAR

THE MONEY MAR

THE MONEY MAE SUPPLIED BY TOM FreESS ASSOCIATION. LONDON, ?? directors of the Bank of England to-day made no change in their official rate of discount, which consequently remains at 6 per cent. Money was in fair request to-day, and from 44 to 5 per cent. was paid for advances ove
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
 
MUSIC IN 1899.

MUSIC IN 1899.

MusIC IN 1899. The various modifications oi managerial plan' which were referred to in the musical smnmaary of last year have as yet resulted in the cessation of none of the older undertakings, although several of them have felt compelled to reduce the number or their concerts, o
29 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WORLD'S NEW SHIPS—THE FUTURE.

THE WORLD'S NEW SHIPS—THE FUTURE.

THE WORLYDS NEW UMPS-= FUTURE. The "Shipping World" ?? aggregate of tonnage launched at home and abroad was 2,447,538 tons, as against 2,250,539 tons launched in 1898, showing an increase of 196,999 tons. Our contribution towards this aggregate was 1,763,914 tone, the foreign and
29 December 1899 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland