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SPORTING.

SPORTING.

FORETELLER'S NOTES. SPECIA TZLEGRAMS. LOlmON, TunSn&Y NIGRT.-The Kempton Park August meeting is sure to attract a large company, and if fine weather prevails the day will be an enjoyable one. The programme promises fine sport, and as to-night's arrival list is sure to be in- cre
15 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

FORETELLEW'S NOTES. ,PECIAL TELEGRAM. WMRwicx, TErunnkDrY NIGHT.-The sport at Warwick this afternoon turned out well, and there was an average company present., bnt nothing in the racing calls for com~ment. My selections for to-morrow, when the meeting concludes, are as ?? Plate
24 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DISLOYAL BANDSMEN AT OLYMPIA.

THE DISLOYAL BANDSMEN AT OLYMPIA.

THE DISLOYAL BANDSMEIN AT OLYI1PI A. THE FEELING IN LONDON. LONDOW, THUBSDAY.-AIn amusing incident in connection with the Cork hand affair occurred in the city thisafteraoon. w hen a numberof merchants and brokers took advantage of the circumstances to show their loyalty to the Q
24 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GERMANY'S ARMY.

GERMANY'S ARMY.

GERVAnT soldiers have always been fond of boast- I j ing that, with Bismarck and Moltke in charge of r the country, the safety of the empire was ensured. j Whether this confidence will be maintained now B that the venerable general has given place to Count von Waldersee remains
24 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

CUSfTDY CtURT-YsssDAY Before the Honourable Colonel FORBE3S, R.M. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. Lizzie M'Lean, an old ofender, arrested by Con- stable Win. Rodgers on Wednesday afternoon, was charged with having been drunk. Mr. Spiller prosecuted. It appeared from the evidence that on b
24 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREI(GN INTELLIGCENCE. rr0u OUn anltUESPONDENTS. TERRIBLE BOILER EXPLOSION. EIIGHTEEN PERSONS K1ILLED AND MANY IN] URED. Nuw Yoirt. THiU1RSDAY.-A fire broke out to- (lay on the premises of Mlessrs. Whitney, papert manufacturers, at Neenrah, Wisconsin. The con- flagration attract
24 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THB STORMS IN AMERICA.

THB STORMS IN AMERICA.

FOUR WATERSPOUTS. New Yost. Wedeesday.—Later reports of lo•day's storm in the Soothern States that it covered • large area being most severs ise the Atlantic coast from the Virginia Capes to Cape Cod. The damage to property is pected to exceed one million dollars. Penn• sytvania
25 August 1888 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
IN THE COURT OF BANKRUPTCY IN IRELAND. JOHN BELL. of Church Street, Rathfriland, ii the County of Down, Grocer, Publican,

IN THE COURT OF BANKRUPTCY IN IRELAND. JOHN BELL. of Church Street, Rathfriland, ii the County of Down, Grocer, Publican,

and Seed Merchant, on the arid de) of August, 1883, adjudged Bankrupt. DUBLIC SITTINGS WILL BE FIELD AT the Orem of Bankruptcy. Courts, Dublin, on TUESDAY, the 4th day of September, 0188, sod as FRIDAY. the day of September, 1888, at the hour of ELEVEN o'clock in lb* frescos, wh
25 August 1888 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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21 August 1888 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY COM PANY, IRELAND. HORSE AND RAM- SHOW DUBLIN.

GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY COM PANY, IRELAND. HORSE AND RAM- SHOW DUBLIN.

ON THURSDAY, 30TH AUGUST, ,r- HEAP EXCURSION TIOKETS—IFIRST. Saved, and Third Claus—will be WNW to Dublin by ESPECIAL. TRAIN, pain. LeaVing sod U 3.d CL at 8.45 a.ns Tandragee. at Banbridge. st 16/0 7/0 7.45 „ LaalTlKetoWll, 7.53 „ Scares, at 910 15/0 11/6 6/6 Poyutzpam, at 9.15
21 August 1888 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland