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A LIGHTHOUSE WANTED.

A LIGHTHOUSE WANTED.

r . A LIUTROTJSE WANTED. - We reported on WVdnesday a wreck, attended with loss of life ou Langness Point, Isle of N1u.l The sad occurrence han led to the publication of se- veral letters in the Liverpool Jf<rcar,. Mr. P. B. Prinkwater writes :-" Eight more men have pe- rishedi,
13 February 1869 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PEARL DIVING AND ITS DANAGERS.

PEARL DIVING AND ITS DANAGERS.

PEARL DIVInG AN-D ITS DAN-G-ErS. Tte (peari) fishery com:neuces ia .ae sno=a ?? Fem brnary, and terminates in that of :.iiy; bct in te Rindu calendar occur so many m're feast da's 't3 wariking days that in reality it does nit lao. ?? a month. Each fishing boat carrics a crew of ?
11 February 1869 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

T'lA TRE ROYAL, D~UBLIN. On THIS (Friday, EVENNING, Feb. 12th, T~hepe~lfermanoe will commence with the comedy, entltled THE DOWAGER. To( corccide with a new Comic Ohrlstmaq Pantomime, written expressy for this Theatre by .ingAent R-obinson, Esg, entitled UITTLE RED BIDING HOOD an
12 February 1869 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

I LATT BY SPECIAL TELEGRAPH WIREp FBOM OtRa LONDON STAFp. i London, There was no change in the Discount MUsrke . rate for loans in the Stock Exchange is St l 2 to 24 per cent. The Stoak Markes were firm, %a the amount of business small, as usual on the e the fortnightly settlemen
9 February 1869 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

THE COURT. H OSBORNE, MONDAYv-The Queen, accompanied by Princess Beatrice, and attended by the Dowager Duchess of Athole, drove out to-day. Princess 1 Louise and Prince Leopold also went out. VICEREGOAL COURT. The Lord Lieutenant and the Countess Spencer gave a dinner party on T
11 February 1869 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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SPORTING.

SPORTING.

spoiU"TNG'. [rY TFEL(lc aij . BIRMINGEHA 1.ACES-YEsTEKIDAY. lint Cup-True lleart. 1; I;iyTig Scud, 2; Merry Horn, :i. Fourran. l'ai~ners' Cupi-2Nehsa- rtli, I; ( oilier, ?? 1:tther- Stone, 3. Six ran. I Grand Annual-MCfIlVwood, 1; Gre uland, 2; t Robber, I. I"ourtaeel ran. c Scur
10 February 1869 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

ttlfait "'R hin-' tfr. . (ESTABLISHED ANNO 1737.) BELFAST: SATURDAY, FEB. 13, 18569 THE resumption of Court ceremonials, so long in abeyance owing to the bereavement and ill- health of the Queen, is announced. Her Ma- jeaty will hold a levee upon the 5th and a draw- ing-room on t
13 February 1869 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LOSS OF THE PRINCE ALFRED (S.)

THE LOSS OF THE PRINCE ALFRED (S.)

| OrriciAnL JhQciqty.-An inquiry, ordered by the Board of Trade, was opened at the Guildha I Fleetwood, on Wednesday, before the Rev. Richard 1 Moore and Mr. J. Eden, magistrates, and Captain - C Baker and Staff-Commander W. Mayes, P.N., Superintendent of Companies to the Admira
13 February 1869 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DISGRACEFUL CONDUCT TOWARDS PROTESTANT CONVERTS.

DISGRACEFUL CONDUCT TOWARDS PROTESTANT CONVERTS.

DISGRACEFU'L CONDUCT TOWARDS PPO- ThSTANT CONVERTIS. AT the last Skibbereen Petty Sessions, Sub Conr- stable Reid charged Jeffrey Croston, Patk Crowly, and Milichael Stack, the two former with hooting and shouting, and the latter with throwing stones, at a Mr. Ml'C1arthy when lea
13 February 1869 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE TURF IN ENGLAND.

THE TURF IN ENGLAND.

i [FROM OuI: GuS CORRESPONDENT.] LONDON, WAX NEISAY. TEs stceplechasing at Sutton Coldileld did not lack the patronage of speculators, but the fields were generally insignificant, and only to the Grand Annual did the least degree of importance attach. This bhought out more compe
13 February 1869 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland