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LANARKSHIRE AND AYRSHIRE RAILWAY.

LANARKSHIRE AND AYRSHIRE RAILWAY.

?? AND AYRSlIIIE RAILWAY .- OPENING OF A NEW LINE SPECIAL TELEGnAIt. G LABcO V. 3IONDAY NIGHT.-To-dry the Lanark- shire and Ayrshire Railway, newly comlpleted, was formally opened, am idi publie rejoicings. Designed by Mr. John Strain, C.B., Glasgow, the railway, with the new doc
4 September 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MAGAZINES FOR SEPTEMBER.

THE MAGAZINES FOR SEPTEMBER.

TIE MAGAZINES FOR SEPTEMBER. IN The Wonian'9 WVirrlt Ouida says a considerable number of harsh things regarding the ab-i sence of beauty in even the most imposing of X London streets. She gives it as her impression that ( the aristocratic parts of the metropolis are the most unsi
4 September 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

C R I C K E T. SHAW AND SHREWSBURY'S ANGLO-AIUS- T'IALIANS TEAM v. AUSTRALIANS. Owing to the heavy rain which fell from nine in the morning throughout the day at Leeds yester- day, it was impossible to begin cricket in this match as arranged. A decision was some to about ?? one t
11 September 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND.

THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND.

SEaIOUS ILLYEass OF BISHOP IACKcADNE.SS.-It is announced that Bishop Mackarness is lying in a very daingerous condition at Cuddesdon Palace, where he has been confined to his bed during the past month. His Lordship is. however, solnewhat better thani he was, although but little
25 September 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRIZE COMPETITIONS.

PRIZE COMPETITIONS.

?? Z. ' ?? -, ' . . ?? . -, PRIZE CQ-UPEETT~lION6S. FOR almost two years past Prize Competitions have beensappearing Iweekly in the BelfrXt WVeiekly NineS, so, in order to let the readers of the ]Jelthrt News- Letter see what sort of competitions these are, we propose reproducing
25 September 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTHS, MNARIIAGES, AN1D DEAT'H1S. Aneosunevicnieds ?rider ti;e Aeodiisg are :aeted rbr as 1llu,:rs :-Jlearrq1;e. .s 6d; JDea with Iee l etie s Gel; Obituary Noti.e, ls Gd; Bir/A, ?? Gd. I7n euery case aic/h anouiwcemiene muit be prepaid aid dild all/eati~cale1. B I R T H ,Y. 7ST
13 September 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

0OJUR LONDON LET'TER.| BY O13 SPECIAL WIn. !rhws-LHTTrr OFPicE, 169, FLrET STREET, B.C., WEDNESDAYNIGHT, MR. MKICHAE, DAWITT'S attitude with regard to the English Liberal party becomes more hostile every day. It does not matter much that he is merely the self-appointed censor and
13 September 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION.

THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION.

TlIM BRITISHI ASSOCIATION. SPECIAL TLLEGIEZAH, BATH, WEDNESDAY NIGHT.-The meeting of the Association inthis city Nwvas brought too conclusion to-day. Three sections, Economic Science, Physical Science, and Mechanical Science, met and finished their business, which had proved too
13 September 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

C P I C RE T. SHAW AND STHRE"1WSBURY'S ANGLO-AVS- TRALIAN TEAM v. AUSTRALIANS. A THOROUGHLY interesting and even exciting day's cricket was witnessed at Leeds yesterday in the concluding stage of the match between Shaw and Shrewsbury's Anglo-Australian tean and the Australians. T
13 September 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOME AND FOREIGN AGRICULTURE.

HOME AND FOREIGN AGRICULTURE.

I ROME. AND- FOREIGN AGRICULT{JIE. I LAST week was, ini all respects, tbhe Most summer- like of any experienced during the present season- the only entirely fine week we have bad since the beginning 6f June, the most sunny, and the wairfest. With such man ificent weathet the earl
18 September 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland