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THE PARNELL COMMISSION.

THE PARNELL COMMISSION.

I-JHE PARN E1EAL_ COMMISSION. IT is stated that in the Parnell Commission the judges will apply the rules as at a trial at bar. The Press and the public will be admitted, and special arrangements are being mnade for the ade- quate attendance of the former. Besides the ordi- nary
22 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CIGARETTE-SMOKING AND MALIGNANT DISEASE OF THE THROAT.

CIGARETTE-SMOKING AND MALIGNANT DISEASE OF THE THROAT.

CIGARETTE-S.IOXIXG AND MALMNANT DISEASE OF THE THROAT. Tnn note of alarin which has been sounded in the lay Press as to the supposed baneful effects of cigarette-smoking on the throat ?? hardly, we imiagine, have found any echo except in the " silly season." The only new feature
25 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A MONSTER BRIDGE PROJECT.

A MONSTER BRIDGE PROJECT.

A A;ONS2TEL BRIDGA PROJMET. IT takes a good deal to stsrtle the Atericans. but New York does seem to have been fairly startled by a project-whioh, to use a sporting phrase, beats all previous records of btidge construction. Mr. Gutitat Lindanthal, bridge builder, of Pittsburg, Pe
25 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELMONT BOYS' FLORAL SOCIEY.

BELMONT BOYS' FLORAL SOCIEY.

t'LIMOXT'RUYS' FLOUAL SOCILY, j ftn eybh ?? .sotv ina eonnection with thig I society was held in the Belmont Schoolhouse yes' terday afternoon, Anad it Watls in mnitny respects the most successful one that has ever taken place since the secletywas inangurated. The numberof the et
25 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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SHIPPING. GLASOW ITERNTIONAL E~hIBTIO GREAT REDUJCTION IN FA RES. RiOYAL M~AIL LINE. BVELPAST AND5 GLASGOW. DAYLIGHT SERVICE AN-D SPECIAL NIGHT SERVICE In Additon to the Ordinary NIGHJT MAIL SERiVIejE-TWIoG D4ILY. (Sl0'NlAY PEXCEPTED.) CA.J.NBETURNA-.,.ailablv for One ekby- cr "a
17 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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SMALL PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS OF SITUATIONS WANTED or VACANT, HOUSES to LET or WANTNED to IKENT, LODGINGS WANTED or to LET, BOARD WANTED or OIFIIEIIrED, BUsINxFSs;s 5W. 5TND or for SALE, AISTiCLS LOST or FOUND, SPEciFIc ARTICLES WANTED or for SALE, PARTNERSH IIPS WANTED or OF1I'SF
17 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE UNITED STATES.

THE UNITED STATES.

THiE UNITfED STATES. gHE PRESIDENTIAL CONTEST. TlMM.5 TELEGRAM. Pn11LAnOLPEHIA WVEDFS]sJAY.-Mr. Blaine reached his home at Augusta, Maine, yesterday, after a kind of triumphal progress from New York. He made short speeches at many of the towns along the route to the thousands tha
17 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE EVICTIONS ON THE DRAPERS' ESTATE.

THE EVICTIONS ON THE DRAPERS' ESTATE.

THiE EViCTIONS ON THE DRAPERS' ESTATE. I -1 . . - - . - - -_ DcArnPRSTow x, TfUUSDAY.-The final effort in the case of those tenants to be evicted on the Drapers' restate, near Draperstovn, to effect a settlement failed utterly last night. Two repre- ?? of thb tenants went to Mone
17 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INTERNATIONAL CHESS CONGRESS.

INTERNATIONAL CHESS CONGRESS.

INTERlNATiONAL OHCIISS CONGitESS. BRADFORD,: TUEBDAYt_ Play in the Masters' Tournament was contunied to-day in the Interna- tional Chess Congr~ss at Bradford. The local tournaments, with the exception of the York Championship Competition. are not yet ready for commencement. At th
8 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

THE PRESBYTERIAN CEURCET. PRESBYTERY OF BELFAST. THE monthly meeting of the Presbytery of Belfast was held yesterday iii May Street Schoolroom, at eleven o'clock forenoon. The Rev. J. B. Wylie. Moderator, presided. and constituted the Court with praise, prayer, and reading the Ho
8 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland