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The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

"e4-t W'R S-tter . m ItWTt (EEST'AJ3LISHED ANNO 1737.) - BELFA ST: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY ., 1880, Tmn Houso of Lords artt yesterday at five o'oloki Tihea the Earle of Fife and Aahbbilrnha. took their seats. Notica was given by Earl De la Warr of his Intoxtioii to Initroduo a bill in
7 February 1880 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EDISON "HAPPY AT LAST."

EDISON "HAPPY AT LAST."

EDISON "f I2PY AT LAST." Tim New York correspondent of the Chicago . uThne, writing on October 6, says:-Mr. Thomas A.Edison was very happy this afternoon. TIe had just finished a satisfactory test of the largest dynamo machine ever erected-a machine having a capacity for 1,000 or
29 October 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LAND BILL.

THE LAND BILL.

TEE LAND BILL. TO Tnli EDITOn OF TUS BILLFAST NESE-LETTEP. Sea-I have sug-gested tlat the following clausn, or something liko it, should bemadc a part of this bill, as it seems to me, with many others, a most impnortant point. My suggestion and reasoneS therefor have been favoura
22 June 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EASTER VESTRIES.

EASTER VESTRIES.

EASTER YESTRIES. ST. &IARY'S CHURCH, CRJUMLIN ROAD. The annual vestry of St. Mary's Church 'was held on Friday evening. The chairwas taken by Rev. Charles H. E. Wright, D.D., incumbent,who opened the meeting with prayer. After some in- troductory remarks -by the chairman, Mr. Sam
17 April 1882 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

Lieutenant W. H. Ward, 3rd Battalion Royal Irish Rifles, and Lieutenant Herbert W. Long, 4th Battalion Royal Irish Rifles, will be attached to the 2nd Battalion (Princess of Wales's Own) Re. giment, for one month's training, from the 24th inst. It is not intended at present to a
20 October 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

TO BE LE T OR SOLD. ?? CALtNAcLEA, near Bangor; Y cattle and horses will be taken to graze brcm 12th Mlay till 1lth Nrovcmber.-Apply to rthe Gardener at Killair House, Carnalea, Craw- Wordsburu. 4682 ^ fewv families can be regualrly supplied with AIjuew-lnid EGGS; buttered if des
26 March 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

CUSTODY COUJRT-SATURDA'r. [Before B. L. HAMIMON, Esq., ?? and Wrr1,14, Gerxee, Esq., ?? LnCOENT. Two boys named James Cotter -and Jarn1i , Graham were put forward in custody of9 Sicnb.C stable Connor, charged with the larceny of pairs of socks, a tie, rend soveral other artire~
18 July 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LURGAN ATHLETIC SPORTS.

LURGAN ATHLETIC SPORTS.

]J.rJGAN ATHLETIC SPORTS. 'Fatron-Thp Right IEon. Lord Lurgan, K.P. 'President-The Lin. William Browilow. Vice-Presidents-)laxvwell C. Close, ?? J. N. Richardson, MII'.; . D. Beresford, M.P.; Colonel Waring, D.L.; J.ames Malcolm, 1.P.; Lord Maudeville, Stewart Blacker, D.L.; St.
22 August 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

N.I.C.C. v. LONDONDEl1RY INSTITUTION. Owing to the unfavonrable state of the weether on Fridav last this match could not be commenced until Saturday morning. At 11-30 the home team wentin, Messrs. Disney and Callwll being the ropresenta- tiveo. They managed to keep up their wick
22 August 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEW ADMINISTRATION.

THE NEW ADMINISTRATION.

TUE NEW ADMINISTRAT10S. Tin following is n list of tho now Ministry, ie. eludfing the additional appointnents which wvere TfE racdo on Saturday - Firat Lord of tite Treasury end Chancellor of the Tone Exoheqter-Mr (iiar!atone. and Lo.rd Chancellor-Lord Selhorno. and Lord 'ri lode
3 May 1880 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland