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THE SITUATION IN CHINA.

THE SITUATION IN CHINA.

THE SITUATION CHINA. The Standard publishes the following telegram, dated Shanghai, Monday ** The tituetioa is becoming serious. Chinese troops are being massed around this city, and the r.ative portion also largo numhers cf them are assembled. A very uneasy feeding prevails amon
14 June 1883 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
'THE CONGO EXPEDITION.

'THE CONGO EXPEDITION.

A Paris telegram mentions that M. Bran*. experiencing many difficulties. has only men. Mr. Stanley is said to have arrived al Brazza Viilo with 1,000. Tho French expedition promises but little success.
14 June 1883 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE FIGHTING IN ALBANIA.

THE FIGHTING IN ALBANIA.

The severity fighting in Albania shown by telegram in the Standard, which states that there are already three hundred sick and wounded Turks in tho hospital Seutari, and new transports arrive daily.
14 June 1883 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CBUROII. REOPENING OF THE PARISH CHURCH AT BANBRIDGE.

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CBUROII. REOPENING OF THE PARISH CHURCH AT BANBRIDGE.

Yestkrday afternoon the Lord Bishop of Down and Connor and J)romore reopened tho Church of the Holy Trinity, Seapatrick, Banbridge, which, daring the past twelve month®, has been undergoing extensive enlargement and altera* tion. For several years the Archdeacon of Dromore bos f
14 June 1883 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LATE REV. DR. KIRKPATRICK.

THE LATE REV. DR. KIRKPATRICK.

Rev. Dr. Belus (Belfast) submitted tho following minute in reference to the late Dr. Kirkpatrick Tho decease of tbo Bev. W. B. Kirkpatrick, D.D., senior minister of Ratland Square, formerly of Mary’s Abboy congregation, Dublin, having been reported, the Assembly desire to put on
14 June 1883 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NO SECOND PRICE.

NO SECOND PRICE.

ESTIMATES AND DESIGNS FREE OF EXPENSE. Competent Tradoemen rent to all parts of the Country.
14 June 1883 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SITUATIONS WANTED.

SITUATIONS WANTED.

FOREMAN BLEACHER open for Engagement. Experienced in Bleaching all classes of Linen, Union, and Cotton Goods with skill and safety, for printing, or finish white. Particulars may had by principals only, from Bleacher,’* Office this Paper. CIEED TRADE.—Young Man WANTS Sitna- O tl
14 June 1883 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
involves dearest right*, strongest convictions, and to*- larest sonsibilitlee. • 4. indivldu *1 members of who tuny e*»y of the

involves dearest right*, strongest convictions, and to*- larest sonsibilitlee. • 4. indivldu *1 members of who tuny e*»y of the

rupreoso court will led to bvlieva, supjMrte i slroo/ that provided thoy Ihi only suificiontty obstinat-*m-< persistent in disobedience will permitted to sot nought and trample each decision frith iaipnnity."—(Then follow the signatures.} Rev. Hero* proposed that com mittoo bo a
12 June 1883 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
only £1,815,000, ngainst £1,835,000 week ago, and £1,030,000 thia time lut year. SALES BT AUCTION, Juno 12—Household furniture, &c., 16,

only £1,815,000, ngainst £1,835,000 week ago, and £1,030,000 thia time lut year. SALES BT AUCTION, Juno 12—Household furniture, &c., 16,

Cromwell Road, The Plains. Messrs. William Montgomery &. Son. June 13—Spruce deals, at tlm Saleroom, Da (Tor in Dock. —Mosers. H. C. Clarke & Juno 14— Cocoa mats and paillasses, the Salerooms, 21, Royal Avenue.—Messrs. W. Montgomery & Son. Juno 14— Household furniture, &c., at t
12 June 1883 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY,

THE ARMY,

Major Boyle, of the Rifle Brigade, who has been for some time employed as tho Assistant Quartermaster General the Cape, is to be appointed as Military Secretary Sir H. O. Robinson. Lieutenant H. W. Sitwell, of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, has resigned com- the 4th Batt
12 June 1883 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland