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REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON MR. TUKE'S FUND.

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON MR. TUKE'S FUND.

IUEPOItT OF COATHITTETE ON Mipt. TUK P'S F LU ND. Loxonox, Wi-:DNEsDA.--Tho Press Associattion has received a copy of the second report of the Con) mittee on "-!Mr. Tuike's Fund," of which the Duke of Bedford is president, Mfr. W. H. Smith, NI.P., chairman ; Mr. S. Whitbread, M.P
26 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

?? E DITION. (By Of,11 SI'PECIAL WVIRE.] Nm%-s.Lt'.rTTI OFFICE, ?? tTriIEiT, LONIDox, E.C. "SAi'i'ILTIY 1oloisuor, I5.30 O'CLOCKL F E NCL ACBSSION IN t. :NTRAA l AFRICA. I ~ ?? to countoenance tht atiilsor ll. Do ?? to establish Frenchl rille in Co''iral Afrials African Associat~
28 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE INFORMER JAMES CAREY.

THE INFORMER JAMES CAREY.

A conazeronnairr of the Times says—There is little doubt that James Carey, the informer, has not yet been sent out of the country. A few days ago be was recognised in Richmond by a citizen of Dublin by whom he was known. The " Invincible " informer was seen boating on the River
28 July 1883 - People's Advocate and Monaghan, Fermanagh, and Tyrone News - Monaghan, Monaghan, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PEOPLE'S ADVOCATE, SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1883.

THE PEOPLE'S ADVOCATE, SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1883.

the shadow of the round tower. which leans to it a peculiar national interest. Photography alone could help my weak powers of descriP tion it giving an adequate idea of its erne: men's, so richly designed in every part. Theme crosses are, no doubt, the product of the Church, and
28 July 1883 - People's Advocate and Monaghan, Fermanagh, and Tyrone News - Monaghan, Monaghan, Republic of Ireland
 
to admire the former glory of Ireland. We must live for the present and for the future as well as

to admire the former glory of Ireland. We must live for the present and for the future as well as

for the past. We will, if we are true Irishmen, do what in ns lies to bring back again that ancient splendour of which we are so proud. Already have we won hack a good deal of what we have lost. But a great deal yet 7emains to be won. That we will win, too, if we ore only t , ne
28 July 1883 - People's Advocate and Monaghan, Fermanagh, and Tyrone News - Monaghan, Monaghan, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

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23 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

MA R I( E T S. BELFAST M,11KIITS.-iTr itD1Y, JULY 2L 00100CGH 01A0It110i'0OlI'LA PRIiCES. GfAIN, &i. PROV1OIS5. [ Permwi of 1l'1ibs. ror owL CO INss Wht, rd n 0 t 0 t Por6 1O0 t0 1 8 Do. white o 0-0 0 IltITOi Oats0rn0 0 r- O 1k pottrcrl 0 10 - 0 O Do. old o 0-0 a Do., r lcs 0 i -
25 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

I FOrEIG-N TELEGRIAMS. | (TjltioCttf 1i'FTER'S AGENCY.) r THE FIGHTING IN ZULULAND. if_ LI DIME1ENTSE, SLAUGI-ITED,. d DRlAcx, Tcousnay.-The intelligence from Zulu- I, laud announlcing Usibepuns attack upon Cetewayo, and the defeat of the latter, is confirmed. Cete- S waVo. altho
25 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXTENSION OF THE BANKRUPTCY BILL TO IRELAND.

EXTENSION OF THE BANKRUPTCY BILL TO IRELAND.

EXT=41;SION OF THE BANEItKPTCY BILL TO IRELAND. I THE NEW CLAUSES. Toyv. following are the newv clausoes extending the c ops rations of the Ban~kruptcy Lilt to Ireland, Unoa ( fwimiing part 1) of the bill:- ITXEsnPa'iATION 0t' TERMilS ( 170. Scnhtect to thec, enactmen~lts contain
27 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PARLIAMENTARY NOTES.

PARLIAMENTARY NOTES.

PrAILIAMENTARY NOTES. [By oun SPECIALr wim,.] Niews-LETTiI-I OFFICi-, 160, FLETr SrritEET, Louit-os, E.C. MroN'DAVy NIGHT. UCEFtTAI\TY and curiosity were the dominant emotions to which the Noose of Commons as- semibled this afternoon. No one outside of the Cabinet knew whether th
24 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland