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THE PHŒNIX PARK MURDERS.

THE PHŒNIX PARK MURDERS.

[The .ollowv;ug ah)pavrod iin our e30cond i:litic.1 of I eYesterday7:- THE, 11U.N1.' I'A11ARK, MU IIDERS. T'iE EXECUTiON OF JOEI.BADY. The Dadi, News, commeuting on Bradyvs e -ecu- tion, to taike place to-day, says whatever ?? 'e thought oi the principle of capital punishment in
15 May 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MINT.

THE MINT.

T'E TI I N7 'T Ill his thirtcetmlth imm1 1,lcl roprt to the Tretmisry, thle D ?? ter ci7 mh', -,i~ilit i:tatvs thatb tho ainount at coin I-,(u P. ?? d tlvrinm t11 1' at veal' wag inlcontilidemblh 11 vlin tO th e YearV 1eing l mdlosb ou tirely occupied inl i0101 ,~liti 0/ thea bin
15 May 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXECUTION OF JOSEPH TRADY

EXECUTION OF JOSEPH TRADY

EXECUTION OF JOSEPH TR;ADY r~i-cm occi smlci-cariceL 'cw. Mo-inS3OYUAS.-.Tustiea to-day received the first instalment of that rneasure of satisfaction which tlhe law deuancds for the murders which a I yecar ago vvere comlaitted in the Phcrtlix Park. At eight o'clocl, Joseph Brady
15 May 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL NEWS.

COMMERCIAL NEWS.

COMIAMERCIUL NEWS. LONDON STOCK EXCHAN(JIE. LONDON, SATURmY EyvzN'7T.-Money has been very plentiful to-day, owiug to the liberation of tile dividends and the demands for advances hav- d ing subsided. Short loans were oebtainable this afternomn at 11- to 2 per cent. Discount also
8 October 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REUTER'S NEW YORK PRICES.

REUTER'S NEW YORK PRICES.

RlEUTER6 NiEW YOLUK jRICH-., Xi.'.v Y)n1;. 0t9nmr ?? St clhs ore'ned N t y Atcol" ht 'i ,ri'yv 'XIerwiworrlz bc :LIe \1. :i t h owz1: a |)ito- ii 1 ?? ivoy niIb'ie. q ee<:l !s Ccl:L C . tl~ oI ii a 'i ('ito..d ir Xck. il .ey val y. Cotoii mit t. Pvct oie:mn dull. L;d weak. \Vhle:
8 October 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THEATRE ROYAL—"LA MASCOTTE."

THEATRE ROYAL—"LA MASCOTTE."

THEATRE ROYAL-' LA. MASCOTE." Tr could hardly be said that the production of I Olivette" in this town two eoars ngo, chiarmtitg thougn itS music nay undoubtedly be pronounced, I created such a distinctly favourable impret sion uponl those theatre-goers; Who hal previously beeil m
6 November 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

FORE]EGN TELEGIAMS.? 'THIROUGH RIIUTI2R'S AGENCY.1 EXCAVATIONS IN ROMJE. INTERESTING DISCOVERY. ROim, MIoNoxvY.-Durinig the excavations at the Forum, the spot where the Vestal6 dwelt has been found. The Ilossegna says this discovery is of vast importance as bearinag upon the aici
6 November 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

'TO DE LET Si;~OLD. ryOBE LET, WITH IMMEDIATE POFS- TLS.ION, tllat VOrY ?? ]IOU L1E Pelnl S131t0, 'WO1, NEIVTONVNARiD-~i ROAD; liothlihouse all, is1iop airc iU tlhol`nuhh1 repaj)if, hIY- ing2 beeti recc'ntly palljteli and paplered s he If wclling-liois-' is most coijifortistle, l
7 June 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

TIIJIi COURT. Osplonn.;, Trn-sntV. The {ueen mnd the Princess ].lizaehtb of 'esge drove ont yesterday afternoon, attended by Lady Waterpark. His ?? Highness the Grand Duke and the Princesqes Victoria and Irene of Hesse, attended by the Hon. Ethel Cadogan, went out in the steam b
15 August 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CASTLEROCK AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

CASTLEROCK AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

CASTLEI'OC'K AGRTCULTURAL SOCIETY. YESIERDAY the annu1al show of flowers and fruits, vegetables, farm produce, and butter wts held in a cornmodionis suite of buildings adjacent to the Casdlerock Hotel. The display was, especially of fruits, exceedingly creditable, and elicited th
15 August 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland