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Sporting News.

Sporting News.

' V % JBt HUNTING AFPOWTMEKT-S .. Hew—lrafin ro» .vst, - 11-.Tu-.Ut, Jan. 28, »t ; Friday. 31, B*llvniwuy. Thi Umu Hauvkbs—At B«Ujwoolen, Monday, J.B. -a- and Ballykinlar. Thursday, MANCHESTER BUTTING—Friday. 800 asptitl.t Alrhymiat, taken. Nothing doing. SATURDAY. 2,000 Guinea*
28 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Arrest or Cattlb Stealers.—At the last fair Ballvnahinch, Countable Scarlett, Baintfield, wan duty there, when received information that a heifer

Arrest or Cattlb Stealers.—At the last fair Ballvnahinch, Countable Scarlett, Baintfield, wan duty there, when received information that a heifer

had been stolen from Mrs. Helena Black, Ballymacash, county Antrim. He discovered that thi* had been sold in the fair to Hugh Lidgett, butcher, of Dromore, for the sum of s t*d, which was not more than half her value. Lidgett delivered her up to the constable, to whom also gave
28 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
to bi Akbutcd.—At the Roll* Court Dublin, last week, Major Hsasard, frequent and troublesome visitor there, in vain endeavoured enter

to bi Akbutcd.—At the Roll* Court Dublin, last week, Major Hsasard, frequent and troublesome visitor there, in vain endeavoured enter

the o««rt, bat, being prevented by the con•table on duty, he addressed a large number per*»i who were collected by the disturbance, in lengthened and very energetic speech, in which ht detailed the alleged wrong* and injustice to which he had subjected by varions legal functiona
28 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CONDITION OF FRENCH FINANCE.

THE CONDITION OF FRENCH FINANCE.

Thi long-expected report M. Fould the financial state of France has been published the Man»- teur. The View taken in the present report of the absolute position of the finances agrees in general with the former report of M. Fould. Under the head of Ways and Means for the current
28 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BTEEL SHIBT COLLABS AND WBIBT BANDS ATKINSON'S PATENT. ALL «xp«ns« with th* first cost, the wetnr and Dry them ready

BTEEL SHIBT COLLABS AND WBIBT BANDS ATKINSON'S PATENT. ALL «xp«ns« with th* first cost, the wetnr and Dry them ready

for one moment. Sold J. JIRSOTT k CO., 15, Bridge Street. 793 Oltu row Old B«d> ud Hair M»ttreu«a m EM PORT ANT DISCOVERY A Practical Chemistry in the IS, CHURCH LAN*. Flaaaa observe the Number, that mistake* maw made the delivery Bode eomiai forward a* Cleaned. William has alwa
28 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO-MORROW. TO SOLD AUCTION, WOODFORD. newrCwrrickfenn* Station. TI'BSDAY. iB«2. at oWocfc, quantity Hou».h..ld Furniture. Beds and Red dine". TaM*, Chair*.

TO-MORROW. TO SOLD AUCTION, WOODFORD. newrCwrrickfenn* Station. TI'BSDAY. iB«2. at oWocfc, quantity Hou».h..ld Furniture. Beds and Red dine". TaM*, Chair*.

L'aAing- Gla-ea. China, IJ]a*t. Kitchen ' teaails. Farming Utei-ila. CarU, Ploughs, Harrnwa, Ac excellent Farm Horae, t» ■ rs>r bred Milk Onwa, several Tikes of Hay. a Ort, in agsellent oiler, ami variety other Articles. ' Terms-Cask. W WJI. Anctioeeer. AUCTION 0? TIMBER TO BE S
28 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Styles o* Consolation.—A Man's—Well, I'll tell you what you most do. A Woman's— Ah ' I told bow it would

Styles o* Consolation.—A Man's—Well, I'll tell you what you most do. A Woman's— Ah ' I told bow it would

be.
24 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A CURIOUS SCENE.

A CURIOUS SCENE.

Mat be witnessed any day in several parts of Constantinople. After the late financial crisis the Government notified that it would exchange Turkish pounds for caime, the rate of piastres the pound. The current rate of exchange is 21S piastres to the pound, and it is not therefor
24 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. EUGENE O'REILLY. ,TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS. 18, Charlemont Mall, Dublin, 20th Jan., 1862. Sib,—Having read a letter

MR. EUGENE O'REILLY. ,TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS. 18, Charlemont Mall, Dublin, 20th Jan., 1862. Sib,—Having read a letter

from Mr. Eugene (now Colonel) O'Reilly, in the Irish Times, to William S. O'Brien, Esq., stigmatising in most offensive and insolent language the conduct of the latter gentleman for expressing his sentiments respecting the quarrel lately imminent between America and England, one
27 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Edward Hayes, Daniel Sullivan, Edmond Langton, Michael Manley, Richard O'Sullivan, F. Sugrue, John Hawkesworth, W. Harrison Keane, Dan. Denehy, John

Edward Hayes, Daniel Sullivan, Edmond Langton, Michael Manley, Richard O'Sullivan, F. Sugrue, John Hawkesworth, W. Harrison Keane, Dan. Denehy, John

Henwick, Samuel Flanagan, Joseph R. Reddin, B. Dillon, Thos, Sheehan, Michael Crotty, John Mulcahy, Wm. Millerick, Dan Ryan, Thos. Qeary, Andrew Walsh, John O'Brien, Wm. Egan, Barry M. Egan, Samuel Kinkead, Richard Waugh, Mark Buckley, John A. Manly, Denis Sweeny, Denis Twomy, J
27 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland