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LORD LIEUTENANT'S OF COUNTIES (IRELAND.)

LORD LIEUTENANT'S OF COUNTIES (IRELAND.)

LORD LIEUTPRXNT5S OF COUNTIDS (I R ELAND.) A Bir.T, to deprive Lord Lieutenants of coulitie in Ireland while abs ntues of tho power of rc oommendiig persons for the cemmission of tho peace. Whereas lord lieutenanuts of comities in Ireland have or claim to have the power, privileg
20 June 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST WORKING MEN'S REGATTA.

BELFAST WORKING MEN'S REGATTA.

BELFAST WORHtING MEN'S REGA2TA. TuE fourth annual regatta, under the auspices of this club came off on Saturday. The ?? was not all that could be desired, as a heavy gale blowing from the south caused the sailing compe- titions, especially with the smaller craft, to be attended w
20 June 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

C RICK ET. IANCASHIRLE v. SURREY. Trous1natch was broighit to a colclusion onSaturdeY, after two hours' play, at Manchester. The yeiather WLS again dull, and the number of spectators sinall. LANCASIIrC. A. N. Horlhy, b Blamire 4. 2 Barlow, c Pooloy. b Bariaft . . 0 Robinson, c W.
20 June 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOARDS OF GUARDIANS.

BOARDS OF GUARDIANS.

DOARTDS OF 0'1,APIDIANS. Nes:ToW\.nne --The : eckly meeting of this 'teod' was ?? ou katurdav in tile boardroom, Churcht Street. Jamies irowlow, E, Isq. JP. elh;tiroian), presided . When the provisionial reliet hist N is Leing chcuked, Ml. Ferguson said the ?? of tramps resorting
20 June 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE TKADES.

THE TKADES.

The Dublin trades without exception turned out in excellent style. Too much praise cannot be accorded them for the manner and brilliancy of their parade. All bad their bands, both fife and drum, and all the sections were headed by their particular and magnificent bannets. The fo
20 August 1898 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MICHAEL DWYER. BELFAST.

MICHAEL DWYER. BELFAST.

Kmmet Guards band. Banner with pictures of Michael Dwyer and Kminet and the Maid of Brin. President. H Campbell ; secretary, U M‘Mahon ; marshals, J Kogan, Arthur Collins. ST. PATRICK’S, WKAT END, BELFAST. Banner has picture M’Cracken Antrim; St Patrick instructing Druids. Presi
20 August 1898 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ULSTER UNITED CENTENARY ASSOCIATION

ULSTER UNITED CENTENARY ASSOCIATION

BELFAST. Emmet Guard, Harp, and Lord Edward Bands ; 15 banners. President, Joseph Devlin; secretary. Alice Watson, Hugh Byrne; stewards, -Thomas Bowen and J Eecles.
20 August 1898 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UNITED IRISH LEAGUE. KNOCK.

UNITED IRISH LEAGUE. KNOCK.

Meeting on Sunday, Rev John Fallon, P P presiding. Others present—Messrs Martin M’Loughlin, D YP; P Biesty, tres ; Burke, sec; E Frendergast, P L G; T Philips, J M’Tigue, P Lyons, P Bierne, O Conway, J Sloyan, T Egan. P Grogao, P Egan.P Mulkeen, A Gavan, W Flatly, T Beirne, J Co
20 August 1898 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KILDARE MURDER. ARREST AT QUEENSTOWN.

THE KILDARE MURDER. ARREST AT QUEENSTOWN.

An itinerant ballsd singer named James Garrigan was arrested at Queenstown on Wednesday by Acting Sergeant Boss on suspicion of having some connection with the murder of Fanny Harris at Ballyroe, near Atby, on the 2nd inst. Garrigan is about twenty-five years of age and a native
20 August 1898 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WHY STILL MORE ?

WHY STILL MORE ?

Ig Toe use of Van Houten’s Cocoa as daily | ) beverage in family life is continually increasing. B Why? The explanation is simple enough. Because the highest Medical Authorities recoin- B mend it more and more, and because experience B } teaches that Van Houten’s Cocoa ought to
20 August 1898 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland