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NEl5\T C'tUTTElR */ Sy .IO.W IHt ?? .| Iei'd that 7 agcg I vd ,It q t t ' 1;,ui/ .i a1 ,,f to rq *g.riv c ,. i t i tm, M ei .. . rali../,ltr*mt. ,.io ,i/a A(l)DZ'I'ION AL ' I Ii t. I ?? 1, im nr ite,, / Ii oai i, ?? FR2ANCIS CUBLEY. 89 T T1 E LADIES' EMPOR1IUM. SPRIN-G FASHIONTS.
09 March 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

DEATrI OF THE REV. ISAAC NELSON. y IT is our duty to record to-day the death of the :o Rev. Isaac Nelson, senior minister of Cliftonville is Presbytorian Church, which took place at an early Is hor yesterday morning, at his late residence, I. Sugarfield House, Shankhill Road. Mr.
09 March 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE GREAT SALT COMBINATION.

THE GREAT SALT COMBINATION.

THE GREAT SALT COMBINATION, FROM THE TIMES. THaE acquisition by a, syndicate of capitalists of the chief salt mines and workings in Great Britain with a view of controlling production and raising the price of salt, is the latest and: on the whole, perhaps, the most objectionable
16 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LAUNCHING OF VESSELS.

THE LAUNCHING OF VESSELS.

THE LAUNIOING OF VESSELS. Tois subject, to which Mr. Alfaed Jafd, J.P., re- cently gave some prominence, has been attracting the attention of the Harbour Commissioners. The necessity of having some well-defined rules in ope- ration for the control of the river traffic before vess
03 April 1889 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE UNIVERSITIES OF IRELAND.

THE UNIVERSITIES OF IRELAND.

Ih the Bcfaqt. Nemws-.Leilter of October 8th an article was p;ublished from the orning Post on the above subject. This dealt mainly vith the history of the establishment of Trinity College, Dublin. We now purpose giving our readers a short sketch of the history of the efforts fo
11 October 1889 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

CRI C K E T. N.I.C.O (AN XI.) v. ENFIELD AND GROUND. The season was opened at Ormeau on Saturday last by a visit from Enfield and ground. The wicket was in splendid order. The Northwinning the toss, sent in Messrs. J. Andrews, jun., and W. Valentine, jun., to the bowling of Mr. G
27 May 1889 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WOMEN'S TEMPERANCE ASSOCIATION AND CHRISTIAN WORKERS' UNION.

WOMEN'S TEMPERANCE ASSOCIATION AND CHRISTIAN WORKERS' UNION.

IWOMENTS TEMPERANCE ASSOCIA1TION AND I TCHRIlSTIAN WORKERS' UNION. Tnfr New Year's prayer-moetinv of the above d association was held on Saturday Iast in the S Younc Alen's Christian Association ?? Welling- S ton Place, at twelve noon. 'Ele meeting, whioh 1' wwaslarge, was presid
14 January 1889 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DEAN OF ARMAGH AT THE CHAPEL ROYAL.

THE DEAN OF ARMAGH AT THE CHAPEL ROYAL.

THE DEAN 01 ARMAGII AT THE CHIAPEL ROYAL. as Madrid by Sergeant Deunis, a city detective. The s-prisoner, lvho was stated to be in a bad state of 9, health, tvas sentenced to eighteen raonths' hard tic SERVANTS LVANYTED-Lsdies and others requir he ins Servants should advertise in
15 April 1889 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

|OUB, LONDON LETTER. or OUR SPECIAL WIRE. .sLLFiAST Nnws-L14T'R ica O'IcZ I 6M, FULET STRET,R .C,, SUNDAY NIGHT. TuEr members of the HoUen of Commons, which resumes its sitting to-morrow, have had a fair holi. day, everything considered. As usual, Ministers have had very little r
29 April 1889 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PROSECUTION OF MR. CONYBEARE, M.P.AND MR.HARRISON.

THE PROSECUTION OF MR. CONYBEARE, M.P.AND MR.HARRISON.

TT PROSECUTION OF MR. CONYBEARE, | AIP,, AINM 3IR. HARRISON. i FALOCAMIAGH, SATURDAY-The prosccution of Mr. Conybeare and Mr. Harrison, of Oxford, was resumed this morning, before Messrs. Hamiltonand Nagle, resident magistrates. the defendants being charged under the Crimes Act w
29 April 1889 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland