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THE WATER SUPPLY.

THE WATER SUPPLY.

As attempt was made at the Water Board yesterday to show that the suggestions we have more than once put before the town for the purpose of increasing the water supply of Belfast are not original. Any one who reads the extract from Bateman's report read by Dr. Diii, and who then
25 September 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

| rzWS.-LETZ ER OFFICB, to he4 : Thutrsday M~orning. hbe , .. __ _ __ _ Pt ?? MISStETIC TELEGRAPF.1] pi AMUE RICA. to fa (Per Reueter.f di ADDITIO'NAL PER THE BOHEMIAN. New York, August 21, Evening. a The Tribzune asserts, according to information re- mv -iyed from Richmond, that
3 September 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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VALUABLE BUILDING-GROLND, 1IELD FOR EVER. IN YORiK STREET, BELIAST, FOR SALE BY AUCTION. To be Sold lv Ptnhic AUCTIONi on FRI PDAY, the 16th day of Octo0ber next at One o'cloc P.aM., bv M BIr. GEORGE C. l1YND MAN, at his AUCTION MART, Caistle Place, Belfast, 4LL THTlAT PIECE O)R
19 September 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BELFAST GAS-LIGHT COMPANY AND THEIR EMPLOYEES.

THE BELFAST GAS-LIGHT COMPANY AND THEIR EMPLOYEES.

1IITE BELFAST GAS-LIGHT COMPANY AND it THEER EMPLOYEES. I YESTERDAY, the usual annual excursion anl evening's entertainment of the employees of this corni ny took j place. A nnu clue o'clock 150 worlkmen left the Northeru Cuontices Railway terminus on their war to Irnc, accompani
24 September 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH—THE NEW ORGAN.

ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH—THE NEW ORGAN.

ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH-THE NEW ( k. ?? organ has been for some time in CttCo construction for St. George's Chnrch, Be3fas .sr. J. 1V. Walker, of Fiancis Street, TotL .. Court Road, London. The organ was cvpres ,v 4gosd for the church by Dr. Edward T. chilp, 8: is built nuder his dir
12 September 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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THE WATER BOARD.

THE WATER BOARD.

THIE WATER BOARD. ?? 1 -A R- -1I-1ADA Al. o.1 l+l^ Irmi< T:. 1 ^. GnraT bodies move slowly, and little ondies some- timles follow their example. After a ?? unreason- able anmount of talk, the Woater Covmmissioners yestcrday came to two sensible rasolotions and in eursuanco of the
4 September 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CAPTAIN GRANT AT THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION.

CAPTAIN GRANT AT THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION.

CAPTAIN GRANT AT THE BRITISH ASSO- CIATION. Os MIonday there was great excitement in the sec- tion of Geography and Ethnology of the Association at Newcastle, in consequence of the reading of a aper by Captain Grant as to his and Capt. Spoke's travels from Zanihlar to the sources
4 September 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Irish Markets.

Irish Markets.

- 4riz!j fotarluts. ? BELFAST MARKETS-TR;us5DAy, Snot. . S0500GE SLSOOKET OFFICIAL £550515 GRAIN, ±0. VEGETABLES SLND PR=I. Per cart. of lipibs. Per cwt, of Ilatts. 9. d. s 62dg Wheat, white, 11 0 to P00Potatoes, M'iflsOn 0 to 00 Do.,rod 9a to 0 Skorries .. 2l7 t21 S Doa ro, .. 9
4 September 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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IRISH MISSIONARY COLLEGE, BALLINASLOE. HE BUSINESS OF THE ABOVE ESTAB- T LISHMENT will be RESUMED ?? on the Ist October next, by the Principal, the Rev. ALBERT BOYCE JAMES, Master of Arts, and Prizemnan of T. C.D., from whom Prospectuses can be had on application. 5230 i tc~t hu
2 September 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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LATEST NEWS.

LATEST INEWS. APWSE-LETTER OFFICE, - Friday Morning. [BxY MAGNETIC TELEORA1'M.J ENGAGEMENT BETWEEN THE FRENCH AND JAPANESE. Paris, Sept. 17. The evening journals contain the following:-- A French vessel having been fired upon by the Japanese forts, several detachments immediately
18 September 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland