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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

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2 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DESPERATE STABBING CASE NEAR LURGAN.

DESPERATE STABBING CASE NEAR LURGAN.

DEISPERATE STABBIN(rY CASE NEAR LI.J{ IGAAV . THE ALLEGED ASSAILAINT ARRESTED. LuROAN, MiONDAY.-Shortly before ten o'clock la-t nighit it man nanmed3 Joseph Waring. a farmer residing in the townland of Derryadd. called at the Inioun Street police barrack in this town and lodged a
2 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL NEWS.

COMMERCIAL NEWS.

COME2RCIALJ NEWSc THE STOCK EXCHANGE;. L0NDON, TUESDAY.-M~OUey has been in vezy 'lnoderato demnand to-day at 2 per cent. Discount tuled still weaker, at sbout 3 per cent, for three zaontbas' bilLs, or 2 per cent below Bank rt. No bnllion operations at Btmnk. Bombay exohanga, tlB
24 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST: MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1888.

BELFAST: MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1888.

(ESTABLISHED ANNO 1737.) BELFAST: MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, T888. The Royal Mail Steamship Company's steamer Para, which arrived at Plymouth on Saturday last, brought from Barbadocs the captain and eleven of the crew of the barque Earl Wemyss, of Glasgow, and the second and third offic
29 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEWRY QUARTER SESSIONS.

NEWRY QUARTER SESSIONS.

M Tuis court was resumed on Saturday last in the Trevorhill Courthouse, before the County Court Judge, Mr. THOMAS LuErROY, Q.C Messrs. George L. M1acLaine, Clerk of the Crown and Peace; Thos, Gracey, chief assistant to the Clerk of the Crown and Peace; and Charles Higginson, judg
29 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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FASHIONABLE DRESS!

FASHIONABLE DRESS!

rAS1ION-APLE DDRESS t NOVDBLTIES IN AUTUMN ANTD WINTER FABRICS. FROM THR LADY'S PICTORIAL. LADIES who are still debating ts to the choice of materials for their autumn gowns should cert"inly. lose no time in writing for patterns of novel dress'. fabrics to Henry Pease & Co.'s Suc
17 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL COMMISSION ON MARKET RIGHTS AND TOLLS.

ROYAL COMMISSION ON MARKET RIGHTS AND TOLLS.

ROYAL COMMISSION ON MARKET PRIGHTS AND TOLLS. SITTTING IN, BE] tFAST. YFSTEILDAY at noon the Royal Commission ap- pointed to inquire into market rights and tolls commenced their sitting in Belfast, in the Corpora- tion Chamber, Municipal Buildings. In the absence of the chairman,
17 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

I- I CORNH}ILT., CLOTE C'OMPANY. 1. ?? ?? O TCO3eATING& 0 DR. JAEGER'S SA N j ITARY 0 WOO LL.EN SYSTEM CO. LTD. LON-DON, HAVE APPOIN-TED TIIE eYLBION CLOTH' COMIPANY SOLE TAILORING AfGENTS IN BELFAST YOP MAKING JAEGELR OUTER CLOTHING, N DR, JAEGER'S PRINCIPLE OF PORIOUS 'WOOL 'i
6 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LATE COLLISION OF STEAMERS IN THE FOYLE.

THE LATE COLLISION OF STEAMERS IN THE FOYLE.

THE LATE COLLISION' OF STEAMERS IN IHElB FOYLE. LoNnONDERrtY, FRIDAY.-Mr. R. Harvey, R.Bl., with Captains French and Baker, the Court of In- quiry ordered by the Board of Trade into the -colli- sion of the steamships Thomas Dugdale and Azalea on the morning of the 4th September,
6 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL NEWS.

COMMERCIAL NEWS.

^ - , ! ?? - -e THE STOC, EXCHANGE. L6NDON, FflDAY.-Money has been rather. wanted to-day, and, the supply being limited, short loans were charged 432 to 5 per cent. Discount, however, ruled eaxier at 43d to 41 per cent. for the beet hills, or 7 to 7 below Hank rate, £1 63,000 in
6 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland