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CHURCH ASSOCIATION OF IRELAND.

CHURCH ASSOCIATION OF IRELAND.

CHUTRICH ASSOCIATIo OA IRELATND. ADDREStS BY REV. CANON-\ (~OtNNOR. In. connlectioln -311th the ab~ove association ain tddres._ va ' as eli; creli in the IUi-ter flail Aninexe, last ni glt, hy Rev. Canon OiConnor, ILA.. rector. Df Dona'oh'ca~r. The - whiras scoupi ed by 13r.I Nla
23 March 1900 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTINi h INE LLW1iENCEi RACECOURSE CHIT-CHAT. FROM& ASPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. DERET, FRIDAY. Derby seldom produces bedl racing, and things did not flag this afternoon, but the county stzan was thinlyI populated, and it is evident that at all the higher class fixtures the racecour
07 April 1900 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST. SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1900.

BELFAST. SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1900.

(ESTABLISHED ANNTO i71; 4P I t v ?? BELFAST. SATURDAY. APRIL 7, 1900. In the House of Lords yesterday the Marjnis t Iof Lansdil rene mou,-ed the second reading of the IArmya (.1aimual), Bill, Which C0115a-ned somle Armv( ?? llh w ?? Act of 1881. The bill was road a second time. T
07 April 1900 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN DAY BY DAY.

DUBLIN DAY BY DAY.

l : 3, LOWEvR OPaxonT QUAY, FRIDALY NiceTy. The 'Sena~te of the Royal U~niversity of Ireland: 1met yestrerday. Thzere were ?? Riight i Honourable Lornd MAorris, Viee-Chancellor of the f Ioniversity; the Riglt LHonorable the ?? of I enmalre, K.P. ; 3ir. D~ease, Dr. Allm~an, Dr. I
07 April 1900 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CURIOUS FATALITY AT DOWN ASYLUM.

CURIOUS FATALITY AT DOWN ASYLUM.

CURPAOUS FAT-UATY AT DOWN ASYLUll. At Down Acyvlhm recterd3y Corolner 7rar-erair t an inuiteast int-o the 1ircunttancee of the deakh o' a oaspita.l pearcent. JIc epli Netil-eon. icb thcir- Iry- SiX ve.'ia oif agce. belongringt to PBii-viikeil;yki', t nei.-i Drcinnm ?? 1N_ HeD.iv,
03 February 1900 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CITY EDITION.

CITY EDITION.

CITY EDIT JO N OBEIAFAST NOl-U i-ER" OP'm, 4Z:5 STRANID LONDON. W.G. SAT-C2i', ?? Six &dori- T H[E V'A R. POSIT11IOK ON THIE TUGELLI TITE DEFENJCE OPT' HE~ L BER11G PASSIESO 1 A CAKI RUM IDOUP. Ev -7L'lr ?? OttiEt '1" 1 i t.he 'trci'~ 000tax Cr"ttIt. .t exm- a. n-u ers 1i I natl
03 February 1900 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DOWN COUNTY COUNCIL.

DOWN COUNTY COUNCIL.

DOWN COUNTY COUNCIL The couneil held an adjourned meeting yester- - j day in thie County Courthouse, Down-patrick, those present ?? the Bi~ght Honour- Lable W. B. Forde (pres'ding), Mr. ThIrmns An- drasVS, Gleneral Wr. E. iMfontomery, Colonel J. t M'Caice, Ofajor J. N. Blackwood-
03 August 1900 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

|IPERIUAL PARLIA AIENT. DISCUTSSION ON FOREIGN I AFFAIRS. TEE SITUATION IN CHINA. STATEMIENT BY MlR.J BRODRICK. DECLARAT1iON OF GOVERNMENT POLICY. HOUSE OF LORDS, YESTERDAY. The Lord Uhanoellar took his seat on the wool- sack at a quarter-past. four o'clocdk. SeveralJ peeresses w
03 August 1900 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PETTY SESSIONS.

PETTY SESSIONS.

Ap (a~zxeaa.-Thiia counrt of petty- s-cssinos aii hclr- vem, srdai. e're: Mar's ?? ?? 'fi ma .sCI, 1 . |(j'eswoui, ' homphson lrirn. JP.1; Jscph l Edwardo^ J.P.; ArThUr NeiSon. J P.; aml AnM. J. Best. J.P. A p'entiliar ca<se o' az-morrct nior-eus he- haviiarr atl s triel at. w l
03 August 1900 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

MARKET INN TELLI GENCE. BELFAST 3LA.RSETS.-ThurrlYa~y, Augctst 2. OFFICIAL. F5IC~tt$-WHOLltSaL1V Oa ts er ?? to SO0 Pork-Light., per ?? _- 1 0- 45 6 DoC. 1eaaay, 'tnder ew t ?? 4 0 - 48 t ButoteT-Lump, per lb ?? 0 9 - 01 Eggs'-H-en, per1i ?? ?? 665- 90 Do. Duck, per ?? 6 5 Peas,
03 August 1900 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland