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REGISTRAR'S NOTES FOR THE QUARTER ENDING 31ST MARCH.

REGISTRAR'S NOTES FOR THE QUARTER ENDING 31ST MARCH.

I.— EASTER* DIVISIOH. Antrim Births, 58 ; deaths, 46. There were deaths from whooping cough, 7 from bronchitis, fr»m diphtheria, and 2 from croup. CoaHOR. —Births, ; deaths. 23. There have been a few cases of fever ; none fatal. Two deaths from diphtheria, 1 from diarrhcea. Rand
29 June 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON CORN MARKET—This Day.

LONDON CORN MARKET—This Day.

Fair attendance. Monday's prices fully maintained for Wheat. Oats quite as dear, and fine samples realised 6d. more. Barley, good demand, 6d. advance. Royal Standard from Melbourne brings 19,720 02. gold and 9,000 oz. gold specimens.
29 June 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Our Parliamentary Report.

Our Parliamentary Report.

HOUSE OF LORDS—Wedxisday, Juki 28. Toe House met ten o'clock—Lord Ridihdali the char. A number of private bills were advanced stage, and the House adjourned 30 p m. HOUSE OF COMMON'S—WiDJiiDiT, Ju»« 28. Mr. HIBBKRT moved that the order the day for the second reading of the Capit
30 June 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A Bad Son—In London, Tuesday, Daniel O' Brien, sturdy casual labourer, about years of age, was charged with assaulting lather

A Bad Son—In London, Tuesday, Daniel O' Brien, sturdy casual labourer, about years of age, was charged with assaulting lather

and mother. O'Brien, venerable looking dame, aaid—We live at S5, Lisbon Street, Mile end, and our son lives there, too. came home Monday night, and wanted me lend him shilling. 1 hail not one to lend, and told him so. Then he hit me on the head with his fist and hurt me. He stru
30 June 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANNUAL CATTLE SHOW AND DINNER OF THE DRUMBO AND DRUMBEG FARMING SOCIETY.

ANNUAL CATTLE SHOW AND DINNER OF THE DRUMBO AND DRUMBEG FARMING SOCIETY.

I From our owd Reporter Tb* ucutl cuttle this old fsruung society took place oo Wednesday Dunmurry. The 5..-iety having been formed 1818 iu annivers try gathering. flie then stock oat large, bat the quality was noex oepu.nable, mJ in some the cUnm oould scarueli excelled. Indeed
30 June 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SERVICES AND ANTHEMS.

SERVICES AND ANTHEMS.

ST. PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL, DUBLIN. Saturday.—Morning, 10 o'clock.—Chant—J Robinson in E flat (No 1). Service—Gibbons in G. Anthem— " Praise the Lord, omy soul" (Child). Evening, 5 o'clock (Collect for 3rd Sunday after Trinity J. —Chant—J Robinson in E flat (No 1). Service—(jibbons
30 June 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

General the Right Hon. Sir George Brown, G.C.8., commanding the Forces in Ireland, visited the Camp at the Curragh on Wednesday last, for the purpose inspecting the troops. The banquet announced to by the officers of the Royal Artillery to Lieutenant-General Sir Hugh Rose, B. K
30 June 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Any measures which may come before Parliament having for their object the welfare of Ireland shall always receive my warm

Any measures which may come before Parliament having for their object the welfare of Ireland shall always receive my warm

and hearty support, especially those calculated to im- * prove the condition and increase the enjoyment of the working classes. The amendment of the Qrand Jury Laws; the ex- tension of Railways, and the increase of their public usefulness ; i the expenditure of public money in c
29 June 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Diamonds, emeralds, rubies, pearls, GOLD, SILVEIi, WATCHES, PLATED WAKE, Ac. are almost daily asked—"Do you bay old things for Cash'"

Diamonds, emeralds, rubies, pearls, GOLD, SILVEIi, WATCHES, PLATED WAKE, Ac. are almost daily asked—"Do you bay old things for Cash'"

invariably answer. "We do, provided they are good." Wo give the very best price that can possibly obtained for any of the above articles, and we then re-make, remodel. or melt them, as the case may be, and re-sell them at the lowest possible remunerative rate of profit. These fa
29 June 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORRESPONDENCE. Tuesday.—l forward the report of tbo Select Committeo on the Tenure and Improvement of Laud (Ireland; Act, with

LONDON CORRESPONDENCE. Tuesday.—l forward the report of tbo Select Committeo on the Tenure and Improvement of Laud (Ireland; Act, with

the proceedings which took place in Committee on its adoption. The summitry of tbe report which appeared your column on Saturday is bo full and correct that the publication of the report itself will add little to the information which it conveyed ; but the proceedings which took
29 June 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland