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BELFAST RECORDER'S COURT.

BELFAST RECORDER'S COURT.

BELFAST BECOODBES COURT. Mn. DAvID Ross, Q.C., Recorder for the borough of Belfast, sat yesterday at eleven o'clock in the Recorder's Court, and resumed the business of the court. Mr. William Carson, J.P., Clerk of the Peace, was in atteudance. LICaNSING BUSINESS. His HoNoUB gran
03 December 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

[EBUTE's' TELEcGLrAU.] STATE OF THE SOtUDAN. SUAGS, WVDNEsDA-.-Wbile a party of mounted infantry of the Shropshire Regiment were out patrolling this morning they were attacked by a force of two hundred rebels, mounted on camels. One private was killed, and a sergeant had a narro
03 December 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST RECORDER'S COURT.

BELFAST RECORDER'S COURT.

T3aT basiness of this Court was resumed yester- day morning at eleven o'clock, before Dr. Wmso, QC., who proceeded first to hear appeals. ?? oGla, A'i'NLTlANT; ?? lMAYORi, ALDELUMEN, AND fljuliot9ssiitS, vl"'SONDiNTS. The appellant Hougbt to reverse a deoision of the Town Counci
24 September 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

j~jrthS,- ]Warriages5,&--DeA hS* I sunder this Jkeadino CT cher4i~ d tor as i~sW :-a~rgC,2s ra, Death wxiths f '5rOt-ice, 22Cd Obtun Sete is d; *'T1'ad i 0a' Zth tii~td. A ?? ?? ?? 1t 1I"; 1:or"- Sbet Sozith. 'If -mttr'-,abt flimi'ttfn Hall, thre ?? WX ?? Vicv~-Lq.re, Ren-t, the
14 January 1887 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SALE OF THE FISHMONGERS COMPANY'S ESTATE.

SALE OF THE FISHMONGERS COMPANY'S ESTATE.

iSALE OF TFE FHSM\T.0';CERS COTU. I FANSP . EiSTATE. F!le~oes lit. J. C. La'r, Q.C., for Recorder dl Derry. * TaIl rtsY;-:ox;,S OO'itAXT V. P±TittCS UGOSI5S. t The action in this case was to comlpel the de- roenit,iwo reside* ill Cuarmm-?n. to coM- . pl¢ e the furchase of his hol
14 January 1887 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WOMEN AT FOOTBALL.

WOMEN AT FOOTBALL.

PltOlf 'EHH ST. JACIS'S GAzitTTf.] BarOit: tth day when I witnessed a stirring con. test between two teatias of the softer se- I had au impression that football was too rough a gamne for women. The weaxns I saw in contest (this is an entirely veracious narrative) were aomposed f
08 December 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SAINTFIELD ESTATE.

THE SAINTFIELD ESTATE.

TElE SAINTFIELD ESTATE. Wui have been requested to publish the followinA correspondence. The first communication is ad- dressed to the lanudlorl:- Sin-We take the liberty of sending you, through our ?? James Anderson and Mr. John Davidson-a copy of resolutions passedI at a meetin
08 December 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE EASTERN QUARREL.

THE EASTERN QUARREL.

THE POWERSAND FURTHER HOSTILITIES. THE SULTAN'S PROCLAMATION. [uIrlJERS' TEtLG5i&M9.] LONDON, MoaNlax .-The Press Association is enabled to state that an understanding bag been arrived at between the Powers with the view of proventiug the resumption of hostilities between Bulgar
08 December 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST RECORDER'S COURT.

BELFAST RECORDER'S COURT.

BELFAST R.ECORlDER'S COURT. Tu3 business of the above court was resumed yesterday, before Mr. DAVID Ross, Q.C., Re. corder. Mr. Cunningham, Deputy Clerk of the Peace, was in attendance. COAN V. I'NlWMLL. This was au action in trover brought by Richard Egan, as administrator to hi
08 December 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE GENERAL ELECTION.

THE GENERAL ELECTION.

SOUTH A-NTRIM THE POLLING. an last of the election struggles in County Antrim took place yesterday, when Mr. W. E. ikacartney, Conservative, and Mr. J. D. Barbour, Liberal, fought one of the strongest battles known -with one notable exception-since the contest began. Nothing was
08 December 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland