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CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDPENCEe T=IA LAND QUBSTION. L TO THE EcDITOn OP THE BELFAST XEW5-LETTEB. SIR-Although I do not agree with ?? liberals with regard to the support given by them to the Tory Government and their policy of coer- 3 oion, I think there is a general Co4so4asus of opinion that t
4 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE TRADE OF THE WORLD.

THE TRADE OF THE WORLD.

THE MINING INDUSTREY OF GREECE. A well-informed Correspondent tells us that the faming industry of Greece has made little or no progress of late years, as the native capitalists have not forgotten the losers they sustained ten years ago, so that undertakings which were aban- don
4 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRI-BS, MAI]tLAGES,''A,. D I)EATI{&~ Ji1aoweile~rnesgsUlnfdet this iheeding, are chttrged 1ar tas 25 Cd:j Obituidary Net ice, ls Gd'; Birth, 7.s 6Ld. I7n eerety case sucht t1nsoance~rlclf ain'ft 6e ynepisid anad ti'aby ewthsentieatged. 3I R T HS. Bi3NNET-Octoljer 21, at Poyntzpa
23 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WICKLOW ASSIZES.

THE WICKLOW ASSIZES.

TTH? WICRIJJOW ASSlZE8. Mel. JUsetIE O'BIUENi entered the ?? of tho County Courthouse, W~ick-low, yesterday mnorn-, ing, at eleven o'clock. and resumed the bus~iness of these asizes. Dr. Toomey, Clerk of the Crownrl, was in att'end. TERE LOUC-HR.EA CASES.l At the sitting of the C
23 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE METHODIST CHURCH.

THE METHODIST CHURCH.

The annual belance-sheet of the chilcfren's fund is boutnd up with ?? homne rmlission fuand report, and shows that during the past year the iucoinm. of this furnd was £5,1 97 Ss 1 ld, and the esrscnditutre £5,730 15s 3d. During the year them wereo 481 children on maintaenanU, an
8 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. JOHN DILLON'S SPEECH AT DUNDALE.

MR. JOHN DILLON'S SPEECH AT DUNDALE.

IR. JHN i ) DILLON-S SPEECH AT DUNDALK.: DBUDALK, SATURIAY. -Mr. Joha Dillon's speech here on Wednesday night continues to oa- cilpy public attention, not only for its bold advo. cacy of the plan of campaign, but for the denial he gave to a certain portion of the speechas publish
8 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SINKING OF THE STEAMER DUBLIN.

THE SINKING OF THE STEAMER DUBLIN.

THE SINKING OF THE, STEAMER DUBLIX. I FURTHER PARTICULARS. DUBLIN, MoNDAY.-The steamers were bound, the Longford to Liverpool, and the Dublin to Dublin from Garston, and was not taking any pas- sengers, as she had on board a cargo of coal. From the statement of Captain Penstone,
30 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST WATER BOARD.

BELFAST WATER BOARD.

THE fortnightly meeting of this Board was held yesterday afternoon, in their offlices, Royal Avenue-Mr. Samuel Koatley, J.P., presiding. The other Commissioners present were-Messrs. R. J. M'Connell, J.P.; Wm. M'Cammond. J.P.; W. T. Coates, Andrew Mitchell, James Colligan, John L
26 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THEATRE ROYAL.

THEATRE ROYAL.

AFTERl an absence of more than two v-etr". durinl whicch time 'liss :Mlinnien Pahliner hls appeared for some hn undreds of niihts in variouis cities of the United States, and also in Australibl and Ne w Zealand, and, perhaps, Tasmnania and Honolulu, this charming little lady com
2 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

BIWsAU PUEPAM ADERTISMENTS . SITUAMNS WANT&sD or VACANT, 'Eoats to LET or WANTED to RENT, :oirNGS WANTED or to LET, ( .BOARD WANTED or OFEaRED, C' * BUSESSRS WANTED or for SALE, to AnTTIcLis IIOST or FOUND, ; SPBcMIp ARTIOLUS WANTED or for SALE, - 'PARTNERSHIPS WANTED or OFPEn, A
1 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland