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SPORTING.

SPORTING.

TNL ENGLAND. TI|' t -- - A U Eli I.O O t~T R cQgRREsPo~lDrl-r.1 I tgrh 5oD 5ChTPO f-e'4er rtpd~ieaced tis *csr has ? naturally had a disastrous efiect -pu thD ?? E that have been held in point of s5port and both at Nottirgham and Worcester the ground was as hard 1 stone. _iverpo
20 July 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

THE COURT. OSBORNE, FRIDAY.-The Queen and Princess Beatrica drove out yesterday afternoon, attended by Lady Aberoromby, and her Majesty walked out this morning with Princess Beatrioe. The Princisses Charlotte and Victoria of Prusaia visited the Queen and Royal Family yesterday,
20 July 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

THE COURT. W78nsOa CASTLE, JULY ?? Majesty, ae- I companied by Princess Beatrice, and attended by 1 the ladies and gentlemen of the Court, left Windsor Castle this morning for Osborne. The Queen will reside at Osborne till about the 14th or 15 h of next month, and then procced t
16 July 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

BEFAST MARSETS-WODNYSDAY. JULY 15. UQIOUGH HURT OFFICIAL PaCEs GRIN &Cc, ' 2X,9T.Ui 2: Boor ce.d. of ?? Edi O 1 d [ lounderx,,newt u - 8 0 OinmGs0 A0, Leave6,do IO- ' aoos *ha *fto B ?? ?? 113 - k Dord 13 7- O Tarnips, Swede 1I 0 --1 OPta, Opd O 0- ObMlnbealwtzela O - l- DOa see
16 July 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE FUTURE WORK OF THE CHALLENGER.

THE FUTURE WORK OF THE CHALLENGER.

THE FUTUIE WORK OF THE CELLaXNGEE. . TIM Sydney JforAing Herald of the 8th of May a ys:-" European and Australian readers, Wl no doubt be interested to learn that it it one of the aqppointed duties of the staff of her Majedsy's ship Challenger to make, during her forthconing voya
13 July 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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OPENING OF AN ORANGE HALL.

OPENING OF AN ORANGE HALL.

OPENING OF AN ORANGE HALL FROM A, CORSI5FOSDENZTJ AN Orange Hall was opened at Cavanaleck, Fer- managh, on the estate of Sir Victor A. Brooke, Bart., on Tuesday etening, the 7th inst. It is a ; commodious building, capable of seating about 100 persons, and is intended chiefly for
13 July 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND is ASHION. THE1 COURIT. WINDSOR CASTuS, FRDAY.-The Queen, attended by the Countess of Erroll,drove out yesterday after. noon. Her Msiesty, with tho Crown Prince and Princess of Germany and Princess Beatrice, went out this morning. Their Royal Highuesses the Prince and P
13 July 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALLYMENA, CUSHENDALL, AND RED BAY RAILWAY COMPANY.

BALLYMENA, CUSHENDALL, AND RED BAY RAILWAY COMPANY.

?? L.Y MI.6'NA, CI'SI[E.DAlL, AND BAD B.XA Il\lLWA' COMPAYNy. ., ?? is the ha!f-1 carly reijrt of tha diree- Sb:i r it h wit tlhe i:sea± sta'e i ?? e ' of t.i c ery hfr the% pre5t I L^. a::t:ttd They also &:bn it te: ?? e!thicar aS f the btatz of trt, cWorikp, : lr) e nexdcr very
28 July 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

?? T_ _ - ?? effatB.W ?? we (ESTABLISHED ANNO 1737.)- . n til BELFAST: WEDNESDAY. JULY 1, 1874. is TIIE Intoxicating Liquors Bill passed the second reading in the House of Lords yesterday. The Commons devoted the greater part of w. bast night's sitting to the question of Home N R
1 July 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
YACHTING.

YACHTING.

YACO1TiG. KINGSTOWN REGATTA. [srPECIAL TELEGRAM] [raOI OUR co6aEScONDnea.] DcarDYT, FRnAY!. TEE KIing3town Regatta was resumed to- day. The j weather was charming, and an italian sun shone out during the entire morning, rendering the heat unbo-rable. The attendance was more numer
18 July 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland