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TO BE LET ORl SoLm. TO B3E LET OR SOLD. ro0 BE LET, FOR A TERTM OF YEARS, ON 1 LEASE, or SOLD. tho-ie commodious Pra- ndaes, situate at 128, NORTH STREBT, Belfast. consisting of the extensive WAREHOUSE and IRON STORE. withCounters. Desks, SbelvingIron and Steel tacks, &a., comple
10 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

?? _ ~ . . I La FORETELLER'S NOTES. hi SPECIAL TELBGRAM. SB Ln5wns, TErURSDAY NsoiGv.-Better weather It favoured those who assisted at Brighton to-day, and w the meeting concluded enjoyably. There was a falling OfE in the sport. but backers did well, and the first day's losses m
10 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

N.I.C.C. v. THE GENTLEMEN OF COUNTY DERRY. THIS match, was resumed yesterday at Ormeau, aud resulted in a victory for N.I.C.0. by seven wickets. Over night ?? Gentlemen of County Derry had lost in their sew: adI innings two wvickets for 25 runs. The not onts resumed batting, and
10 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

CR I CKE T. ENGLAND v. AUSTRALIA. No lover of cricket could have wished for better weather or truer wicket for the second of the three great matches to be commenced on, and Ken- nington Oval presented a grand appearance yester- day afternoon. Scarcely a vacant place was to be not
14 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOLYWOOD PETTY SESSIONS.

HOLYWOOD PETTY SESSIONS.

HIOLYWOOD PETTY SESSIONS. This monthy court was held in the Courthouse, Holywood, yesterday, at twelve o'clock, before Messrs. J. Anderson, J.P.; R. L. Patterson, J.P.; and W. A. Robertson, J5P. James Morrow, John M'AnallyJames Dick, John RoyRobert Thompson, John Clarke, and Jame
14 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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I TROUSERS SALE. A T TRlE T IRuN 01' THE S&E1.>,X WE ffAVE A laid ?? cud ileduc,,d iU Price all Surplus J 60d "S&woa'o Strock. Il'irs' . rtige of 'Toiuseritijjz; at Six aud Niulicru for Trouaers Iiadc to order, or T~e4in - P.irn-or e ut-PeuawsL ?? - .CORYItL~L CLOTHI CO;MPaLNY, 2
11 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS.

ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS.

GRAND EVENING FETE. THY grand fete which was held last evening in the EBotnic Gardens was perhaps the most successful that has been held this season. The 'Weather was exceptionally fine; and the evening being clear and mild there was, a very good attendance. Indeed, before the h
11 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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TO BE LET OR S0LD. TO BE ,LET OR SOLD, AT 1ST NOVE3MBER NEXT. THE BEETLING MILLS AND ENGINES TLknovwn as CORBETT MIJLLS, together with. the FARM and RESIDENCE of PARKMOUNT, as at present in the occnpation of Joi1N SiMms, Esq., andt his under-tenants, situate on the River Barn. wi
8 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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A~TM&Yrs VACANT. well furnised Sitingroom and 1 or 2- C~edoom ?? a permanent tenant terms, * Addrem 4191 Freeman Office. .i ?? Families- Apartments with ever-v modern sanitary ineprovemecar ; v &'s, Var-ty water, xu& on l2adings smal Cocking ztoves in rooms, drying yard etc. Apn;
11 August 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ALLEGED MISCONDUCT OF A GENTLEMAN.

ALLEGED MISCONDUCT OF A GENTLEMAN.

:- - EGED;IonT OF Ah E GE:NTLE&N I { . _ $ _ _I 1FfP.OSECUfloN . BY TaT DUBLBY 3 I W1CKLOW RU&LWAY COMAPA.g'y ! estrdy im the Sout~he Diviinoo p ,Coin't, be&,re r.Rr W~oodl.oek, ° .%tr. George "aU, described as a gentler r ,aidztg at Uplands, D)elg6n, U w. W - the suit of the Dub
11 August 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland