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BANGOR PETTY SESSIONS.

BANGOR PETTY SESSIONS.

BANGOR PETTY SESSIONS, 'TilE DiniuRIA~tj-k . 'Assions of this district were held in the Courthouse, Bangor, as el-,-o o'clock yesterday. The magistrates preseut were -Major John Sharman Crawford, D.L., J.P., and Sir James Hamilton. J:P. TIIE lATE MRI. F9STER Cox-NOR, J.P. At the
08 December 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AN AUSTRALIAN BANK ROBBERY.

AN AUSTRALIAN BANK ROBBERY.

A iEMARNADuiE, robbery was brought to light a few days ago at the Bank of Victoria, the bank from which £2,540 in notes was stolen on the 111th September last, without any discovery of the offender being made. With regard to the new theft on the 7th ult., in consequence of suspi
08 December 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOLYWOOD ORANGE HALL.

HOLYWOOD ORANGE HALL.

HIOLYWOOD ORANGE HALL. Ah present, when the power of Orangeism in the assistance of the government of our country is so generally recognised, it is gratifying to know that the debt on the Orange Hall of a not unim- portant town in County Down is almost removed. In a few months at
30 December 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PROPOSED EXTENSION OF THE BELFAST HARBOUR.

THE PROPOSED EXTENSION OF THE BELFAST HARBOUR.

THE PROPOSED EXTENSION OF THE , BELFAST HARBOUR. | By the bill of which the -Belfast Harbour Comn- missioners have given the required notice, and which will come before Parliament next session, powers are sought for the construction of very extensive and important works. That the
30 December 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SUNDAY CLOSING ACT.

THE SUNDAY CLOSING ACT.

THE SUNDAY CLOSINTG ACT. ITS EXTENSION TO THlE FIVE EX- EMPTED TOWNS. rynoms ova 11PRroTSs,] DUBLIN, TiruRSDAY. To-DAY the office-holders of the Irish Association for the Prevention of Intemperance waited on the Chief Secretary at the Castle, for the pur- pose of presenting him w
30 December 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
"MY REASONS FOR LEAVING THE BRITISH ARMY."

"MY REASONS FOR LEAVING THE BRITISH ARMY."

"MlTY REASONS FOR LEAVING THE BRITISH ARMY." By Lieutenant-General Stannus. 156 pages demy 8vo. Price ?? Shilling. Ridgway, ll9, Piccadilly. "A bulky pamphlet, entitled ' My Reasons for Leaving the British Army,' lately came into my hands. Judging from the title, I fancied at fir
28 December 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

R THn RIOYAL IIrIS CONSTABULjARY. the TO TIMs EDITOB Oe THE BErLFAST NWeL-riniP. pan SrR-As I soe that you are more than generous inl C towards us in laying our claims before the togE Government and tho country for the services gret we have rendered during the critical crisis A
14 December 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LAW REPORTS.

LAW REPORTS.

LAND COURT. [FROiS ory SPEOCISAL RPoHTrR.1l Drumr, TuESDAy. [Before Judge FLMAOAG.] i In re W. T. TO'TTZ!N'S ESTATE. Mr. DomD (instructed by Mr. M. Galvin) moved the schedule of encumbrances in this matter. The property, which is situate near Belfast, had been sold for £..410, a
14 December 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE TRIAL OF GUITEAU.

THE TRIAL OF GUITEAU.

THE TRIAL OF GUITEAC. [TIMES TrELEciRAMbl PHILADELPHIA, B¢ONDAY,-A statement has been made that sixteen insanity experts, who were ie- moved to Washington, have cousultdd togetheir, and agree that Guiteau is sane, and legally re- sponsible for crime, basing their view upon a clos
14 December 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE COLLISION ON THE NORTH LONDON RAILWAY.

THE COLLISION ON THE NORTH LONDON RAILWAY.

LbY TELEGRIAPIi.1 TurE Board of Trade inquiry into the collision on the North London Railway was resumed yester- day morning at Broad Street terminus before Colonel Yolland. Amos Pigott, signal inspector, Great Northern Rlailway,deposed that there was no permissive block for pas
14 December 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland