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INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD TEMPLARS.

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD TEMPLARS.

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD TEZVIPLAUrS. GRAND LODGE OF IRELAND. Tu GCrand Lodge resumed business on Thurs, day, at ten a.m.-Br. ULuv. S. WrigLht presid- ing. Thefirst busillessunder consid ?? IW3s the mission fund report. 'lhe following resolutions were adopted:-* TIhat the mnissi
28 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SCRIPTURE READERS' SOCIETY FOR IRELAND.

THE SCRIPTURE READERS' SOCIETY FOR IRELAND.

TUC SCIIIPTURCE 1T[lArT)VrS' SOCIETY yjFO ]M IAND, TnE annual report of this valuable society cannot fail to be of intterest to its subscribers who, not only in Great Britint, but in various parts of the world, continue to support its operations. Capt James K{earney White, its in
28 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

RI: (1IKE T. f or~lThcm- I, ?? FsuTIRYE7 A TU'TTIA more than an hour's ply yesterdhy was sufficient to fihish off this e(wity Match at Holhecik, leads, the result behig a decisive viutory ?? by an iunings and :1 runs. The close of Mo(nday's pluy left little doubt es'to the result
25 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

'CT)c ?? ~~'24Ti-gte@ (ESTABLISHIiED ANNO 1737.) BELFAST. W sNEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 11SB3 . In u the Mouse of Lords, yesterdayv, the Mar- quis of Waterford, in mnoviug the seconld read ing of thle SeaL Fi;heries (Ireland) Bill, ex- pl n;1med that its object was to appropriate .t 25O,
25 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PARLIAMENTARY NOTES.

PARLIAMENTARY NOTES.

PAflLIAMENTARY NOTES. [B1 Olt SPtcIAL WInE.] NLWs.LETTSR OF££rer, 1s)9, FLacT SrTEETa, LoDON, E1C. TuESDANY 'N(T.IIT. TuHErm was a large muster this afternoon of those whom Mr. Bright has designated the " Bed- lamites." The Bedlamites are those misguided persons who have ventured
25 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE ANNIVERSARY.

AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE ANNIVERSARY.

-1 I E"IIC 'N IN DpEPLN Dt N C E al&,\, E VI] E' S PLRY. N, YATIONATAIST" MEETING IN ITELF.iST. A ?? hi celebrtitton of the 107th anniver- sarv of the securing of Aricejan Independence was hel(d bst evening in St. Miary's Hall, and wits madc tile ?? for the delivery of a num. her
5 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

,'BY OUR SPECIAL W IRE., Nrws.-LErTEi OFFICE, 1 ?? FIl.lET STrsEuT, LONDON, E.C. Tnunsmy Motntmlu, Six 3'L.OCu. _ CR OSSING THE CIIAN`NiEL IN A BALLOON. A Tiniescorrespondent writes underyesterdav's date- This morning some labourers at Bromley were startled at scing a large ball
5 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOURTH BATTALION ROYAL IRISH RIFLES.

FOURTH BATTALION ROYAL IRISH RIFLES.

FOURTH BATTALION ROYAL IPUSH RiIFLES. ANNUAL TRAI.NINO tNSPTCSrlON'. [FSOM oVR SEPORTE. II| AwtrsTet, WtsNFISioa.Y-Tlie trainuing period of the Northern militia reginients is now over for several, and approaching a close for the remainder. The calling out, after a lapse of three
5 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HHatcrforfr w Maniiar^ VAI WTTT Vf I"1? I REGISTERED AT TBli GENERAL) VOIj AVIU» 111 {post OFFICE AS A NEWSPAPER. I

HHatcrforfr w Maniiar^ VAI WTTT Vf I"1? I REGISTERED AT TBli GENERAL) VOIj AVIU» 111 {post OFFICE AS A NEWSPAPER. I

w WTTT I" ? I REGISTERED AT TBli GENERAL) AVIU» 111 {post OFFICE A NEWSPAPER. I WATERFORD STEAMSHIP (LIMITED). JULY. 1883. CLYDE SHIPPING COMPANY. RKOVLIK COMMCNICATION i , WATERFORD and LONDON, awSL (Vi. Southampton and London and TFwjw South-Western RaUxaj), Plymouth and Southa
14 July 1883 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
the INDIAN TEA HOUSE.

the INDIAN TEA HOUSE.

HAVING now received our Stock of WINES. BRANDIES. Ac., Ac., all which are onr own direct importations, can therefore speak with confidence as to their quality and genuineness. Bass A Co Pale Ale and Guiwsasw A Co. Double Stout in splendid condition, bottled on the premises under
14 July 1883 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland