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THE PORT AND DOCKS BOARD AND THE RATES.

THE PORT AND DOCKS BOARD AND THE RATES.

THE FORT AND DOCKS BOARD AND I THE RATES. Yesterday, in the Northern Divisional Court, C W.r Charles J. O'Donel presiding, an appeal by the3 Port and Docks Board against a claim of the Cl- ?? for rates due in respect to the I c seeral landing sheds on the North~wall came on a for
26 July 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE COMPULSORY NOTIFICATION OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES.

THE COMPULSORY NOTIFICATION OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES.

TIHE IOMPULSGRY NOTIFICATION OF' IFECbTiOUS IEASES. At a meeting of the Sanitar4 lnstitute of Great Britain, held on TuesdAy evening, paper vas, reed by Professor W H Oorfield on this subject The chair was occupied by Dr A Carpenter. Professor Cor'Beld stated that ha answer to a
26 July 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARKET INTELLIGENCE—SATURAY.

MARKET INTELLIGENCE—SATURAY.

IKRAKET INTELLIGENCE-SATuRDAY. BY TELEGLAPH. METROPOLITAN MIEAT-J ?? 21-Fair supply; trade steaudy. b1eef, Ss 8d to Ss Gd; mutton, 4s l0ol to 6s 41 ; lamb, Gi 8r to 7s 6d; veal, is 8d to i's 6; pork, 3s 8d to 4s, per Sib by the carrace. LONDuN HAY-JULY 21-Rather short supply; tra
23 July 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A VISIT TO THE BATTLEFIELDS OF THE CRIMEA.

A VISIT TO THE BATTLEFIELDS OF THE CRIMEA.

A VISIT TO THE BATTLEFIELDS OF I THE CR[MEA. An old Crime officer sends the Amry and Navy Gazette an account of a recent visit to the scene of his first active service. He says-"I paid a visit to Sebastopol. It is in ruins; but here and there houses of a better description are cr
23 July 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELLGIENCE.

LAW INTELLGIENCE.

#Wkifs tZ l - 4[ - s (31t* ?? 9d the Rol,) .JN 4~ I t A )x4 T Wv, to I-- *s tO AUT a number of bils of eats fvur Iehd w rm by Mr John Moritt, of WaOW, his la"enodtor, aMI fofan itbr 'tht M. Moriarty abould furnshe o bt * 1itof acdts to which b. ya' ?? entitle. Mr. Moriarty claime
27 July 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

fTHROUGH REUTERES AGEACY-i1 TU ;'ti'T FIGHTITG INI J.AU LAND. DABULAM.ANZi, REPORTED TO BE KILTETD.,]) DOTSPAN, FtTiiA,.Y- .Tneligence from Zuinland t announcees that Cetewayo5s; brother and Dabnla- mauzi have been killed- c SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE BUDG:ET AD E.IA.AIt, Fiiipv.-The
28 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

X t ItA 1, rrt (ESTABLISHED ANNO 17:37.) B7ELFA ST. , THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1883. Iv the I-House of Commons, yesterday, Mr. Gladstone saidl he hoped to be able to-dayv to ilefinitely fix a dr.L for the diken,;sion of Sir " Stafford Northeote's motion on the Suez Canal question. Thle
26 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SUEZ CANAL QUESTION.

THE SUEZ CANAL QUESTION.

I THE SUEZ CANANAL QUESTION. INTERVIEW WITH M. DE LESSEPS, det OPINIONS OF TUHE FRENCH PRESS. ocC __ ?? P.ries, W*VDSIIsDAY.-Thb Gaelois to-d.ly pub. Ta lishes an account of au interview betwveen a 0ne 0. DO ber of its editorial stabf aud DI Ferdinand de l1 Lesseps, in which the
26 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LAND COMMISSION.

LAND COMMISSION.

I1 A\ L 1' YI Ot 0 E Y . JUDGMENTS. TnE Sub.Commissioners for County Autrim- Messrs. Edward Greer, J.P.; F. O'Callagahan, and John Love-resulmed their sittings in the Court- house, Ballymnoney, yesterday, and continued the business of the present sittingsY81 Mr. William Brown, r
26 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SUEZ CANAL QUESTION.

THE SUEZ CANAL QUESTION.

'rul-jE SU .- CUESTION. Loerr'ox, TrFsDAs NwtinUr. - A Parliamnentary ra paper issued this evenilng (Egypt No. 1.,) contains I' a report by Sir C. River; Wilson of au interview A: withi M1. 1. (le Tesssps relative to the provisional m agreemeut ?? thi Suerz Canalt The only part.
25 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland