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LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

II'LATEST NEWS, (SPECIAL & ORDINARY TELEGRAMS.J S PA IN. Ti MADRID, MoNuavi-c-Operatious against Retells will recommence immediately after Zabe1Ises mras-i Val. Id .The Minister of Finance has received the pro. eian. teat of the representatives of the English bend. afte: holders
1 July 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

n'1z lt ?? of the 1'7h Regiment will mr2et pi'berblv rp'otead n acot trtls'e months' time trom the C'rrajh don a totr of foteigt ferile. rl I Three companies of the 27th (Ilinnhkilhing) Regi- mentleftthe Currofh on Wedonesday, and j aiued tlhes i detachments of the corps at Lond
3 July 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STRIKE AMONGST THE MILL OPERATIVES.

STRIKE AMONGST THE MILL OPERATIVES.

' EFreASr is once more subject to a strike, the gravity ?? and importance of which cannot be over-estimated. As is already well known, the various millowners j lo town gave notice to their ?? some time ago fa that it was their intention to reduce the wages (L ginerally throughout
7 July 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRIMITIVE WESLEYAN CONFERENCE, 1874.

PRIMITIVE WESLEYAN CONFERENCE, 1874.

PRiMITiVE WESLEYAN CONFERENCE, 1874. Tmz follow-ing are the etatior9 of the preachers of the Primitive Wesleyan Conference for 1874:- DTjuCirN DISTaIUT.-1st-Georai's Street aud Brown tis Stroct-Thomasa Gther Moguire. Joneos Daly; Robeit Kerr, Resident Sccretary and Editor of the
7 July 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

[SPECIAL & ORDINARY TELEGRAMS] ,] da S P A I N. Li MADRID, MONDAT.-According to a report re- lai caived, but not set confirmed, .he Carliste have G shot a German officer named Hermuaun. G Senor BaamenuSe h.s been appointed Spanish P representative at the Sanitary Conference to b
7 July 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE AUXILIARY FORCES.

THE AUXILIARY FORCES.

TES AUXILIARY FORCES. APPOINIMENIS AAXTRI -Lieutenant W. Getty reaiens his coD} ia misaon. The resignatibn of Lieutenant L. Alex- n ander, notified in the Gaz Ite of tho l2ch of June, 1874, is cancelled. )f CLAsx-Lieutenant R. U. O'Eanlon, from the Royal Limerick County Militia,
7 July 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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twelve cattle desler. brat aot an huh acquainted with the of the diarist. led teeal se active part I. the ollsed. for Mr the I waa employed by • aim named Lemard, on behalf of Mr Dome. Laniard and his livid la Tallyalltr. near and in the county Lank about sixteen miles from Duads
2 July 1874 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
_ BILLIARD TABLE FOR BALL A BARGAIS• --- BE ROTA • Rest-clean PILLTAIM FABLEs I. toll au Slate Inclotrobbr Cualnumo

_ BILLIARD TABLE FOR BALL A BARGAIS• --- BE ROTA • Rest-clean PILLTAIM FABLEs I. toll au Slate Inclotrobbr Cualnumo

the Of a G ent l em an having no ass tor it. For inspection and priest apply to E. COITIM I Sox.
2 July 1874 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
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WORKS. RATHWIRE, KILLIIC AN. RICHARD PRICE T A ,T. E . S u t r b . i n s w o x pta t. t n . if . Y :o f s k ing a o n n u b s part to Merit itdi:rfum2tedilfolriethat p beni asi. t ou . and to the g,ntry and f ,rraera of Oat. and adjqiWng co,tnt:es, tbat he is now prepaeol to reo
2 July 1874 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
DIED. At B arbavills House. an Illness et two days. Mr king. who during 27 in that Inouvehold. had deservedly

DIED. At B arbavills House. an Illness et two days. Mr king. who during 27 in that Inouvehold. had deservedly

retained the warn regard. setneru. and confidence of the Isaily, by whom he ul I now dveply lamooted 27th. in certai• hope of • glorious immortality. Benjamin youngest and so, oh B. wataon. MuHiner.
2 July 1874 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland