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HOLYWOOD PETTY SESSIONS.

HOLYWOOD PETTY SESSIONS.

HOLYWOOUJ PETTY SESSIONS. LF'RO- OUR OWN IYPORTUR] COLV WOOD, MONDAY. THEs usual fortnightly Petty Sessions for this dis- trict were hold to day. The following gentlemen occupied seats on the bench -J. ECLINTOI, Ekq., lIM.; HENrY MUiNLY, Esq., J.P.; and Hel?ucv HiAsuRsoN, Esj , J
10 May 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROMOTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS.

PROMOTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS.

WAR OFFuCE, PALL-MALL, MAY 0. R Royal Regiment of Horse Guards-Licut. If. M. Egerton to be Lieut., by purchas ieon 1. E. Cse; t who retires. Y 1st Dragocin Guards-Eneign H. J. Watson to be 0 Cornet, in succession to Lieut. Ruth, promoted. 2nDd Dragoon Guards-Cornet T. O-ru to be
10 May 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AGRICULTURAL NOTES.

AGRICULTURAL NOTES.

Tma following queries have been submitted to the I Editor of the Irish Farmers' Gaz'tle, for his con- sideration and advice:- PLOUCING LEA.-" A Subscriber Puzzled"- ]D.) you think in preparing one year's lea for cats a 'D loose, rich, deep, dry soil, that ploughing on the Ifat ,
11 January 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FLOOD-DRAINAGE AND NAVIGATION OF LOUGH ERNE.

FLOOD-DRAINAGE AND NAVIGATION OF LOUGH ERNE.

FLOOD-DRAINAGE AND NAVIG&TION OF I LOUGH ERNE. | DU'UTATION TO THE LORD LIEIM'TNT. A DnPuTTiON from the landowners and occupiers i of flooded lands bordering on Lough Etne, in the Counties of Fermanagb, Cavan, &c., waited on the Lord Lieutenant, at the Castle, on Thursday, for th
5 February 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

xt'IRO U S O X I D E G A S A ADMINI>TERED DAILY BY cl 318. JOHN C. CLARKE, DENTAL SURGEON, Boy-al College of Surgeons, London. (Succeee3'7 to the late Mr. C. DAvIS.) ra ?? ATiTHgR STREET. R 1604 I N'OTICE. t RfZ;. T A CK RtAY, M. C.D. E., 8 I ll~~~IAS REMOVED To hR New Retidence,
13 June 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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BELFAST WATER BOARD—THE COMING CONTEST.

BELFAST WATER BOARD—THE COMING CONTEST.

BELF&ST WATER BOARDTHE COMIiG; CONTEST. TaE contest fcr St. Anne's Ward, wbich is fixed for to-morrow, will bring out publicly for the firt time the Belfast Conservative Working Mlen's Pe. ?? Asociation, whose primary objects ara stated in the letter of Mr. M 'Dade, which we pub.
13 June 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

THE COURT, BALMORAL CASTLE, TEGRSDAY,-The Qaeonand Princess Louise drove out yesterday afternoon, attended by Miss Macgregor. Earl de Grey had the honour of dining with her Majesty. Her Majesty, with their Royal Hlighnesses Pnn. ceases Louise and Beatrice, and attended by the I
13 June 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRETTY WOMEN.

PRETTY WOMEN.

. AFnzR all, is the world so very absurd in its love of pretty women? Is woman so very ridiculous in . her chase after beauty ' A pretty woman is doing woman's work in the world, not making ispeeches nor making puddings, but making life sunnierand more beautiful Man has forsworn
13 June 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

sEtRoN ilsBErRYSTlURXT rC H.-Onyesterdy evening, the Rev. Hugh Hanna preached a sermon on the subect of " Miracles, true and false," with special reference to " the lying wonders of Anti' christ" The church was crowded by a respect- able audience, and the disourse, Interesting a
21 March 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MONEY AND COMMERCE.

MONEY AND COMMERCE.

MO- -NY =_D_ CMM--C If MONEY AND COALIME RC . | FROM OUR COMMERCIAL CORRESPONDENT 1 BELFAST, FeRDAt EvzYSIGo, S'pr. 9, 1870. IasDER the influence of disagreeable weather, as to wind, characteristic of the worat period of a North of Ireland Winter, the commmercial aspect to-day lo
10 September 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland