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THE ROYAL VISIT TO BELFAST.

THE ROYAL VISIT TO BELFAST.

'THE ROYAL YISIT TO BELFAST. tONTINUED ENTHUSIASM-i7. VISITING THE MA NU- FACTORIES. .EALL IN THE ULSTER HFALL. JT would require something more thaei a drench- ting downpour of rain to cool the euthusiasmu of Iths people of Belfast when they find the Prince 'and Princess of Wales
25 April 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY ANTRIM TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION.

COUNTY ANTRIM TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION.

ANTarIM, IloHDAv.-A hiighly representative I meeting, cousisting ci delegates from the local teachers' associations scattered over the counity, assemabled in Randalstown ?? National School on Saturday, at twelve o'clock-3Mr. John E. Bolton, Upper Ballinderry N.S., and se6retary
24 February 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

COLONEih Examnnuy's WIFEc: a novel in titrs volumes. By Lucas Malet. London: C. Kegsn Paul, Trench, & Co. Tits publication of such a novel as ' Colonel Enderby's Wife" must cause one to take a hoprul view of the future of English fiction. Iu tile midst of a multitude of novelist
7 July 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE REPRESENTATION OF COUNTY DOWN.

THE REPRESENTATION OF COUNTY DOWN.

T HI REPRESENTATION OF COUNTTY DOWN. C ANDIDATURE O Fr LORD ARTHUR HILL. ENTRUR'TASTTM M .ETTNGTN T-THE CONSTITUTIONAL CLUB. I r the large hail of the Constitutional Club last night a more than usually eenthusiastic meetiiig of the supporters of Lord Arthur Hill wa3s held. The bu
7 July 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

[INOTIICE TO ADVERTISERS. AN order of thel Post )fice states that letters addressed to Initials or Fictitious r NIamnestwill bc sew' to the Dazed-Letter Ojfice, 1. Dublin. Advertisers shouldconsoquently, tr Live their full and proprz satues when thev desire to receive comxennicat
12 January 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITTION [DX ouR SPECIAL WkI~l'EI Nitws-LivTTRx Gx'ICecx, 1110, 1"aEET' SiTatIS, Losnix, ?? MoNDAY 2CIOIiNIS, SIX o'clock. THE S&UDNN WAllI. L.-IOlNING POz3T T1'i:LX~i1 A'.j CacSu?snx.--Lit- ni, lit tord WVolseley ar- rived here at ten O'clock. I lc Nvas neeoinpoiie.I by I
13 April 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GRASSHOPPER STORIES.

GRASSHOPPER STORIES.

Sn-CE the invasion of Northern California by the grasshoppers there has been a marked revival in the literature appertaining to this interesting in- sect. * I remember in '71," said a member of the Grain Exchange yesterday, " I was coining across the plains. Well, sir ; I was se
27 July 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

STIPPING .NT r[T ;v: AlflexINFT 1A T THIndY-- ThQr .4.; vz~, 'Cm'1fi~ry i lo' ?? e~ziiif . the ?? tro,'l 2 ' ?? 14.048121 Ii. 24i~re'.: . it IA4 lefiii llgui~i2''c ?? t I fllAr' ShTi',r r. orc 4tI''lu At Cubem. on 1st hiii.,z 11i. lb''',io MIbcii ?? of14:14 I fre'rjt , i . At N'a
16 February 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLITICAL ADDRESSES.

POLITICAL ADDRESSES.

POLITIOAL ADDRESSES. Sir I. Hicks-Beach, tddressing a Conservative E meeting at Stroud, last evening said DIr. Glad- stone's propoeiais were not revolutionary in priin- ciple, but the question was whether they werer tneanut to be fairly applied. He challenged the Liberals to expl
4 November 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ELECTION INTELLIGENCE.

ELECTION INTELLIGENCE.

SOUTH DERRY. CAINDIDATURE OF COL. MsCALMONT, C.B. OF% Monday a meeting of Colonel MiCalmorit's supporters was held in Bellaghy. The day proved very unfavourable. Heavy rain fell before and during the meeting. In spite of the surroundings a large and attentive audience assembled
4 November 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland