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THE CHRISTIAN CONVENTION.

THE CHRISTIAN CONVENTION.

THIS DAT. Tin sitting* of tin loth Anauftl ChristUa Coo- Tcntioo warn cootmuod 10-dsy in Um Cbrutim Union Buildicgs. Lorar Abbey-atroat. Thera was numerous attandanoa. Tha usual prayer•Mtiag was bald 11 o'clock. The noon ■eating was praeidod by Viscount Bangor ABongst tboaa tha
24 October 1888 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 24 1888: MAOAZISES FOR OCTOBER.

THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 24 1888: MAOAZISES FOR OCTOBER.

THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 24 MAOAZISES FOR OCTOBER. KEVIEWS. (sixth moticx.) Tib Khousb Uistohical Rbvibw, No. XII. -The four principal srticlaa tba October number are—“ The Settlement Australia," Tomb Dauta," “ Kliasbethsn Prashy- and “ Battle Neeeby.” Tbe “ Mo
24 October 1888 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FAB U 1 Oft AND FARIBTIKB.

FAB U 1 Oft AND FARIBTIKB.

FAB 1 Oft AND FARIBTIKB. Lady Matthew has left Dublin (Nsrtb Well) for England. MnJ r and Misa K. Psttingsr have left Dublin (.North Wall) for England. Major J. Board has left Dublin (North Wall) for England. Lord Crofton and Miss D. Crofton have arrived at Kingstown from England
24 October 1888 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Major aad Mm Gaines have left Kingstown for England.

Major aad Mm Gaines have left Kingstown for England.

Major Mm Gaines have left Kingstown for England. Tbs following are tbs Latest Arrivals at Kingslowa from England par Koyal Mail Steam— Captain Brady, A ; Captain A Moors. Ksv Hopkins. Ksv Herbert Stewart sad Mrs Stewart, Ksv T Penrose, Mr Burnley Bathbone. Mr Thomas Stuart, Mrs M
24 October 1888 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW BOOKS OF R.T.S.

NEW BOOKS OF R.T.S.

NEW BOOKS R.T.S. Walks in Palestine, Harper, photo., 4to, Irieh Pictures, Richd. Lovett. impL 16mo, 9/- Indoor Games and Recreations, illustrated, 8/- Girlr,’ Indoor Book, Peters, 159 IK, 4to, 8/- Chelmer’s Pioneering in New Guinea, 16/ ; ill, 16 Pictures from Many Lands, 8/- eac
24 October 1888 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALER BT AUCTION,

BALER BT AUCTION,

BALER AUCTION, Oct. 24 —Household furniture and effects, the auction mart, 11 and 13, Queen’s Square, Belfast.—Messrs. J, Co. Oct. 24—Books, the auction mart, 38 and 40, Waring Street, Belfast—Messrs. James H. Smyth & Co. Oct 24—Poultry, pigeons, doge, Ac.,at Robson’s Royal Victo
24 October 1888 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MB. W. SMITH AT SALFORD.

MB. W. SMITH AT SALFORD.

Salford, Tuesday. Mr. W. H. Smith, epsaking Salford tonight, referred Lord Granville’s speech Liverpool, which presumed was inspired by the voice of the oracle at Hawarden. Lordship charged the Conservatives with preventing a Liberal Government from passing Local Government Bill
24 October 1888 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE HOLESTONE MEETING.

THE HOLESTONE MEETING.

The preliminaries connection with this important meeting, which has come be regarded as the premier one of its class in the North of Ireland, took place yesterday evening, half past four, in Milford’s Hotel, Doagh, in presence of a large representation of lovers of the sport. Mr
24 October 1888 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEWRY HARRIERS.

THE NEWRY HARRIERS.

The first meeting of tho season took place yesterday, and, the day being fine, there was very large turnout of members of the Club, which included number of ladies. The trystiog-place was at M'Guffin’e Corner, about three miles from Newry, on the Belfast Road, and at twelve o’cl
24 October 1888 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LAND COMMISSION.

THE LAND COMMISSION.

COUNTY TYRONE SUB COMMIS SIGNERS. IMPORTANT LEASEHOLD POINT. Yesterday, Strabane, before County Tyrone Sub-Commission (Mr. Davis Tuckey, B L., chairman), Dr. Todd, of Londonderry, argued an Important point, which arise? under the Leaseholders Act of 1887, and in which no decisio
24 October 1888 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland