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SPORTING.

SPORTING.

SP 0 RT IN G. [ .so .Oli o CoanWNo NsTornNT.I A LolDwo, SA.TrDA. C SATL fields have been the rule during the past 0 week, but this is hardly to be wondered at; for so it many horses are coughing now, and the clashings w have had something to do with it. Splendid tl weather has pr
18 July 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ST. GEORGE'S HALL—OPENING CONCERT.

ST. GEORGE'S HALL—OPENING CONCERT.

ST. GEORGE'S HALL-OPENING CONCEIRT. A MOST ?? amateur concert took place last evening in St. George's Flall, High Street-a ibuildingl which has already been described in these cclumns. As it was announced that the proceeds would be devoted to the augmentation of local Mfasonic ch
06 October 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

MATR1MONY. A GENTLEMTHAN, 27 years of agc, in a good Aposition, good business, and better pros- pects, comfortable home, no encumbrances, 1 wishes to correspond wvish a young Lady with £2,000 or more, with a view to Marriage ' all communications strictly p~rivate.-Address, C.D.,
28 October 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

elfuatI (eWIs rtter. (ESTABLISHED ANNO 1737.) BELFA ST: FRIDAY; OCTOBER 28, 1881. It is announced that the coronation of the Emperor of Russia will take place in April. Owing to the attitude assumedby Te Whiti, the Maori chief in New Zealand, towards the British settlers, affairs
28 October 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

, THE TRANSVAAL. A 'TAX IMPOSED ON IMPORTS. DounaN, TuTsDAy Neirr.-The Volksynad hag passed a resolution to impose a severe tax on all imports. Tkis will consist of an ad ealoreni duty of 5 per cent., and 33J per cent. will be added to the invoices received from countries outsid
28 October 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DOWN ROYAL CORPORATION RACES.

DOWN ROYAL CORPORATION RACES.

DOWN ROYAL COBPORATION RACES. a Governor-Lord Arthur Hill, M.P. f Stewards-Marquis of Londonderry, Lord Trevor, t James Chaine, Esq., M.P.; R. J. Alexander, t Esq.; Viscount Castlereaglh, M.P.; Sir Richard V Wallace, M.P.; IL. N. Batt, Esq.; James Bruce, E Esq. Honorary Registrar
28 October 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. RICHARDSON, M.P., AND THE LAND LEAGUE.

MR. RICHARDSON, M.P., AND THE LAND LEAGUE.

MI. RICUIARDSON, M.P., AND TEE LAND I I LEAGUE. ?? orer CORIEaSroNDEST.] AeIMAGr, FRIMAs.-At a meetinig of the Navan branch of the Land Loaguo held last night, Mr. George Louhbrani in the chair, the following letters were read in reply to a resolution con- demning the conduct of
06 August 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ARCHÆOLOGICAL DISCOVERIES IN EGYPT.

ARCHÆOLOGICAL DISCOVERIES IN EGYPT.

ARICEIa'OLOGICAL DISCOVEJRIES IN E G YP T. Wl ?? from Cairo on tho 24th ult., a cor- riespneident of tiQ Tinws says :-Besides being memorable for the appearacce 'of the comets, th1e year 1831 must ever hold a high place in the is11als of Eyptological discovery. Monsieuxr \Iaspero
06 August 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

MA.RKETS. BELFAST MABUeTS-WYDWfNBVAT, AUGUST S1. 1loisOuEU MA rETs-OFFICU Pi.t05s. oGAIN, &e. POIVIS5005. pdrcwi.0l 1121ba. g Id s d e d s a Butter,tniflp l&-d I Whest red 0 0 to 0 0 po. prinS O - Do white 0 O- 0 0 Do. OroolS 11 -012 7 °- 8 O Do. Inbuts i in -1 °t Do.rftel old 19
01 September 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

j4OINDON CORRESPONDENCE. [FrOM OUR COrIIttSPONDErNT.J LONDON, TvrESDA'r. yiiri Irish members professing the creed of Whig- ?? certainly a right to complain of the eurny mnanner in which they have been treated by the Liberal ?? Government of Mr. Gladstone. jsdesA, Irishmen are ful
01 September 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland