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THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

Turi municipal elections in tho five wards take place to-morrow, and the names of the Conservative candi- dates in three of thom are as follow :- Sses'curEnLD,-Mir. S. Mo41ansland and Mr. J. Oultoas. ANZN'S.-Mr. IGeagli and Mr. Hamill. Doc.-Mr. V. J. Johnston end Dr. Alexander.
24 November 1864 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. COBDEN AT ROCHDALE.

MR. COBDEN AT ROCHDALE.

I [BY 3ftGSZTIC rErEoEtOArl. ROclDnaL, W DoxzrsnDAY-Tli iovelling re. Cob- don addressed his eooatitaenits at Roetidale. A new mill in Fishwick Street wag, ats is the custom here, Yr baptized by being converted into a gigantic meeting- D4 room. The most elaborate and perfect arr
24 November 1864 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GRAND MASONIC BALL.

GRAND MASONIC BALL.

GRAND MNASONIC B3ALL. LAST evening agrand Maeonrie ball took place in tha Ulster Hall, in connectionl with the Ark Lodge, C, No. 10. The following is a listf toewh e ceived invitations'b lrhilesO The Manqrisq of Donegal], te Mucin ?? 1Donegeil, Miss Asbworth, ?? of Downsliire, hs
30 December 1864 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALLYMENA QUARTER SESSIONS.

BALLYMENA QUARTER SESSIONS.

I - - -QRR I I _ [rR0j ouR 01YN REPORTER,] RBALmLYar, TElURSDAX. Ters morning, shortly after elevell o'clock, the Qnartor SOssiolls for the Ballymena division of the County Antrihn were opeone in the Court-houso, before J. HI. OT'wAY, Esq., Q.O. The followving 3 magistrates oncrp
30 December 1864 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEWMARKET RACES—YESTERDAY.

NEWMARKET RACES—YESTERDAY.

NEEWMARKET RACES-YESTEIRDAV. p NEWMARIKET lB&WJ1S-YSTEDAV. f 'Theo match between Attraection and Jupiter is ott f Newenarket Derby-Fillo (le 1'Air, 1: Claremont, 2 Mail Tr1ain bad .rd. Three ran. Sweepstakies 'ou £50-Mahlrajali, l: V1alalathus, 2 . Buckloot, B. Three ran. o Match
15 October 1864 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

| OUR COMMERCIAL aoNulSNPO i.J DIPTu retornss of the Bante of Engla1nd for tho past week contrast favorably with those of tho precedingi~ one. Instead of a decline in bullion, there is an in- creaes of £8,000 ; and the reserve Of notes, which lest week showed a decline of nearly
15 October 1864 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CONVICTION OF "CAPTAIN LOGAN," THE SWINDLER.

CONVICTION OF "CAPTAIN LOGAN," THE SWINDLER.

CONYVOTION OF "CAPTAIN LOGAN," THE SWIN DLER. I AT the Doncaster Borough Sessions, on Tuesday, before William Blansbard, Esq., the Recorder, Geo. Logan, alias "' Captain" Logan, who lately figured before the Assize Court at York, and indirectly in one of the law courts in London,
8 July 1864 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Assize Intelligence.

Assize Intelligence.

?? I we COUN~TY OF DOWN. DOW' PATtRICt, TuyinSDY. Mut [rroac OUR owni csnoirroILH) In! CROWN COURT. 1Ev., JUSTxC2 HAYES sat in court at half-atne e 0,,ochd, and conitinacd the nn i CRiIMINAL StUSINFISs. to( TrHE IALLYNATHI2Wt RIOT CASE. III;ch M'Cagherty, John Dornan, Beornard Bu
3 August 1864 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GARDENING OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK.

GARDENING OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK.

I I Fl.OwIEn' GAnDEN AND PLANT Houeea9.-Keap Up a lively circulation of air all the early part of the day in mixed plant houses, and dispense with fire-boat as much as possible. Whore houses of this character have stove as well as common greenhoulso plants in them, n climate sup
22 March 1864 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOLYWOOD AND BANGOR RAILWAY COMPANY.

HOLYWOOD AND BANGOR RAILWAY COMPANY.

IHOLYWOOD AND BANGOR RAILWAY COMPANY: TIcs Holywood and Bnngor Railway Company hold exi their half-yearly meeting yesterday, in their ODI Ces, titl Castle Chambers. Mr. RonsaE' HENDERnsoN pre- oh] sided. thi The Cirsmiaomsx moved, and Mlr. GeDrni.v LYEn so- condod, the usual moti
27 February 1864 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland