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DREADFUL RAILWAY DISASTER.

DREADFUL RAILWAY DISASTER.

A TRAIN BURIED AMONG FALLEN ROCKS. GREAT LOS!S OF LIFE. NINETY CORPSES RECOVERED. FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. ROME, SAvTURDY.-aReportsarf a terrible disitete are now reaching this city. It appears that as a passenger train was travelling last uirht at Grassano. near Potenza. a vast
22 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

BY OUR SPECIAL WIRE N ESVs-LhlrTFFP OMP1CIB, 169. FLEwT STREET, LONDoX, E.C. TWO SPIES, The Daniy ?? correspondentqays: Two French officers, who have been residing in Dresden, have beea ordered to leave the capital, it having been proved to the satisfaction of the authorities th
22 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LORD HARTINGTON'S VISIT.

LORD HARTINGTON'S VISIT.

The following appeared in our Second Edition of .Saturday:- ?? Timees ?? a demonstration of the unabated faith of the most intelligent and progres- eive portion of Ireland in the cause of the Union cannot but greatly strengthen and inspirit those who have to bear the brunt of th
22 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MASSEREENE TENANTRY.

THE MASSEREENE TENANTRY.

.. ?? ~ ; . I THEI NASSEREENE TENANTRY, . .0 I MEET-3NG AT DUNTDALK. (FROM OUR SPEAL RNPORTEL) I * Dundalk, Sunday. A splendid meeting in connection with thel Masereene estate was held to-day at Dundalk. 'The Gaes of tbe county Louth turned out in large numbers in uniform, headed
22 October 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DONEGAL PRISONERS.

THE DONEGAL PRISONERS.

I THE DONE GAL P ErS.- i I :, _ . .. ! T.IUM-PIBAL JOURNEY HOME. EXTRAORDINARY DEMOVETRAnoS. Dunfanagby, Saturday. Father M'Fadden, Father Stephens, and Mr. Blane, M1 P. left Letterkenny this tnornine to continue their'jonrney to Gweedore. They were accomwpani'ed on the journey b
22 October 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

Oct !0-Flour 1*». 16. JJ ; 3m, I*. OJ p«r ew». WboltmMl I7«0d per cwt. ((.(me.l. U* per cwt. «• per cwt. Ur.n.SKM perb»(r. Bre.’l P« 7d. Bert per lb, 8J to 10J. Mutton per ft. 10J. Il.coo per lb. 8.1 to lOd: Ainerlren per ft 8J t 07.1; Uem, per lb lOd. Better per U. F»g< (bee) p
22 October 1888 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
TEE BETIBION COUBTS.

TEE BETIBION COUBTS.

Phaw, RcTising Barrister for North Fermanagh, completed the revi ion of the voters’ lisla for the division Monday last, in the Courthouse lie re. The court 10 o’clock, and a number of cases that acre left for judgment from the other polling districts nre d of. Notice of appeal w
22 October 1888 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
No I BEDROOM.

No I BEDROOM.

Suite Eedroom Furniture, vi»—Large-sized wardrobe, with plate front; duc:ie*e toilet table, with glas* attached and jewel drawers; washstaad, with marble top and tiled back ; pedestal towel airer and chain, full-sized double bedstead (brass mounted), wcveu wire mattress, curled
22 October 1888 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SACCHARIN.

SACCHARIN.

TO EDITOR OP THE DAILY EXPRESS. Sib. —We observe in your issue of Wednesday, Sir Charles A Cameron’s report the use of Saccharin, to which, as sole representatives of that industry in Ireland, we can take no exception. So far as its general tenor is concerned, is distinctly unbi
22 October 1888 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CIVIL SERVICE HARIERS.

THE CIVIL SERVICE HARIERS.

Ths wearers of the amber and black favoured the Royal Oak. Harold's Cross, with visit on Saturday, The pack consisted of Messrs Maxwell (pacemaker), M’Comiskey, J Keown, J Higgins, G Moore, TGibney, A Brown, Tates. Walker, B Morris, Booth. T Moaotifield, and J H Gibbs, bon sec.
22 October 1888 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland