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THE BUOYAGE OF THE UNITED KINGDOM.

THE BUOYAGE OF THE UNITED KINGDOM.

TCrE BUOYAr!E OP TME1 UNtJLED JlilNGDW.M. to Lie Loxl'Nq, MoNDAY.-Tlhene was8 ?? be~l i::: be mornring a blue-loolk ?? the r p, ; ?? cd fiontcroii'e alppointed to consi(ler tile p! - , ot for a ulliform s stemn of buovy'ga for ihe I ;,t-l to Kingdenll, togethier with lnilnttes of
10 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

C R I C K El T. GENTLEMEN v. PLAYERS. In tbe presence of a large number of spectators, the great match of the season was continued ves. terday at Lord's Grounds, London. Tbe~weather was fine all day, aud the wicket, though it seemed. a little difficult while the Gentlemen were fi
11 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER INTELLIGENCE.

ULSTER INTELLIGENCE.

ULSTE R IN'LELLIGENCE. list [FROt! OURI CORrI.EsPoNDNTSN' oj DF.Atrs ity Liol~tru.ac NictCooi,;s',rowsx-u Fri. up dlay, during a set-erc thuniderstormn, it little buy cut ntameIijedylii, residing ?? Druamehambo. about in-'x miles from Cookae.tovl, waLS Struck by light- ning-. I-e
9 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

BELFAST BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

TRE weekly meeting of this Board was held. yes- terday in the Boardroom of tho Workhouse, Lisburn Road-M3r. James Thompson, ?? (vice. chairman), presiding. The other Guardiaus pre. ,Rent were -Meossrs. Marcus Gage, J.P.; Thomas Gaflikin, James Bradbury, Wum. 11ussenSamluel Darli
11 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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AR CADE S.l2iIERT SALE. P AIS & LONDON- MILLINEFL y U2SUAL WE,' PURPOSE CLESARIrN the eetire Stock at a v'eri yrpeat sacrit!Cr: i,ic, ilud-les ?? of the i-ery latest deSigs., bu-h 'n Trinantnd Poo nets ald Shue RHateq. T/hc Untrimed port ;wt being imusnaly lalrq?, l Io th1e im me
12 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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METROPOLITAN NEWS.

METROPOLITAN NEWS.

MTETROPOLITAN NEWS. Itid, l-i H .r -i iT, LoNDo.N, EQ.. ?? clef-at oci the ioavmmiini this tnorninhg on Nr. Chaillinis iioti oi is natuitrally lt'e subject of .ii1T'-al COn Vet cationl to-day. One ?? of' thle livision lhas been to shiowa the faiit'ncs of tile 1-ijic-d King(loin w
12 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST QUARTER SESSIONS.

BELFAST QUARTER SESSIONS.

Tre business of these sessions was resumerl yes- terdeay morning, shortly after eleven o'clock, by Jons UMsrrsOS OrwAy, B sq., Q.C., in the Crown Court, County Antrirn Courthouse, Crumlin Noad . Mr. Thos. Cunningham, Deputy and Acting Clerk of the Peare, was in attendance. I AHC
12 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REV. DR. AND MRS. MACINTOSH'S RETURN VISIT TO BELFAST.

REV. DR. AND MRS. MACINTOSH'S RETURN VISIT TO BELFAST.

REV. DP. AND MfRS.MACINTOSH'S RETURN VISIT TO BELFAST. CON.VI-11IZIONE IN THll I]XIIInUITION 5A55. LAST evening a ?? in connection with ?? May Street congregation. was held in the Ex- hibition Hall, Blotanic Gardens, to welcome Rev. Dr. and lItrs. Macintosh on the occasion of the
12 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

TilL U SE 'lR 1l31CADEI. CLEAIAKNCE SALE. S A T EEN-S, 7,EPI I- YR.S. p DIN I'T S, C A SI-'I2IE ,E S, AN D BLACK )IESS, DEPARTMENTS. JUE 2.-lfiJ' FE'I'X/N RiE.M1AINS Vl # .Stf,? l; Z l~l e~~w Dlepllf -t llcid {tt1'1l01y t17itt w-11'1/1 at "1% allyz rtdawd pt'rivesx, I t'll (ii 1l
14 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT AT BANGOR.

MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT AT BANGOR.

,OCs of the saddest accidents that has occurred for a considerable time past happened yesterday shortly after noon at Ballyholme, Bangor, result- irng in the death of two fiue boys, within forty yards of their parents' residences. It appears that the lads had made an excavation
14 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland