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A Desperate Character.—James Halligan, 28, Marj'a Lane, Dublin, porter, was brought up Capel Street Police Office, in custody of Police-

A Desperate Character.—James Halligan, 28, Marj'a Lane, Dublin, porter, was brought up Capel Street Police Office, in custody of Police-

Constables M'lntyre, C, and Jolly, 141 C, charged under the following circumstances : George Henry Mills deposed that on the evenicg of the inst. he was in his own house, 4, Henry Street, and having heard the cry of " Murder" in the hall, be went to see what was the matter there
22 June 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REDUCTION IN TEAS RICHARD LYTTLE'S TEA AND COFFEE WAREHOUSE, 22. XORTII STREET. BELFAST. Finest new season's tea, the B^t Imported,

REDUCTION IN TEAS RICHARD LYTTLE'S TEA AND COFFEE WAREHOUSE, 22. XORTII STREET. BELFAST. Finest new season's tea, the B^t Imported,

.. ... ... 3a 6d per It* FINE RICH PEKOE-FLAVOURED, 3s 4d „ CHOICB Do, ... 3. Od „ GOOD STRONG FAMILY TEA, 2s 8d „ Do. USEFUL do., 2*od to '2a 41 „ , I beg to offer to the Public tbe above Choice Samples, which, for excellence of quality aad llsvomr, cannot be surps&eed, with a
22 June 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ARCHBISHOP MANNING'S FIRST

ARCHBISHOP MANNING'S FIRST

PASTORAL. Last Sunday, a Pastoral Letter from the new Roman Catholic Archbishop of Westminster was read in the churches that dioceas. It commenced thus : " HENRY EDWARD, BT THE OF GOD AND THE FAVOUR OF THE APOSTOLIC SEE, ASCII BISHOP-ELECT OF WESTMINSTER, TBI CLEHGT, SECULAR AND
14 June 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PARIS FASHIONS FOR JUNE.

PARIS FASHIONS FOR JUNE.

Thc novelties for this month are charming, tasteful, and elegant. Crinoline, far from diminiahiog in six*, has acquired most formidable dimensions ; it is worn very long, and as a train behind. Mutlin petticoats are all cut on tbe slope, and trimmed with » wide goffered frill, o
14 June 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SERANTGALISM EXTRAORDINARY.

SERANTGALISM EXTRAORDINARY.

Aztoa ▼. Meade I. This was action tried London, last week, recover wi»es actually earned, and one month's wage* in lieu tbe customary notice, plaintiff being domestic cook, and defendant the well known auctioneer, 25, Gresham Street, and Romford. Plaintiff detailed tbe list her
14 June 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPORTANT TO HOTELLKEEPERS AND LICENSED VINTNERS.

IMPORTANT TO HOTELLKEEPERS AND LICENSED VINTNERS.

IMPORTANT HOTELLKEEPERS AND LICENSED VINTNERS. CAPEL-STREET POLICE COURT (THIS DAY). (Before Messrs. Stronge and M'Dermott) The case in which Inspector Cunningham, of the , Metropolitan Police, prosecuted Mr. Michael James Molloy, of 25, Upper Sackville-stfcet. for selling beer a
13 June 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GENERAL POST-OFFICE, DUBLIN.

GENERAL POST-OFFICE, DUBLIN.

DISPATCH or rOKKIGR MAILS. Letters and newspapers may be posted at the 0. P. for the following places, to the subjoined dates:— Mexico, Cuba, &c., by French Packet... 6 a.m., June 14 Constantinople ... ... ••• 4 m -> une J® America (New York) (Q) ... ... 7 m '' une J® America (Q
13 June 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
QUEEN'B ROYAL THEATRE. On THIS EVENING, JUNE 13, the performance. TOP m. jS?™*' Drama cnti "« d THE ASSASSINS THE

QUEEN'B ROYAL THEATRE. On THIS EVENING, JUNE 13, the performance. TOP m. jS?™*' Drama cnti "« d THE ASSASSINS THE

ROADSIDE INN—Robert Midi re, Mr. Brownlow Hill; Jacques Strop, Mr. J. B. Watson. -,?. Miss Amy Bennett. M OB J N —Cod nor O'Eennedy, Miss F. Robertson ; Miami, Mr. J. B. Watson. To conclude with the laughable Faroe called THE HAPPY MAN—Paddy Murphy, Mr. J. C. Foster. Prices as n
13 June 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION.

THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION.

The delay which has taken place in the publication of the revised catalogue ia really unpardonable. When we recollect that at period when the system upon which such Urge exhibitions shonld organised was crude in the extreme —we allude to the Exhibition of 1851—the perfect catalo
21 June 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWS OF THIS DAY.

NEWS OF THIS DAY.

Evening Mail Office. a.m. ITALY. Rome, June 18—Negotiations between Rome and Italy have been interrupted, in consequence of the Pope having rejected the conditions proposed by the Italian Government. Sig. Vegezzi will remain at Rome until he has received a reply to a dispatch wh
21 June 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland