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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

THE LATE MR. W. II1. SMUITH SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. LONDON, THURSDAY.-The Central News says- Thle following is a copy of the certificate of death in the ease ofMr. Smith, as supplied to the regis- trar of deaths of the district 8- th October, at Walnmer Castle, William Henry Smith, ag
9 October 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. VALENTINE SMITH'S OPERA COMPANY.

MR. VALENTINE SMITH'S OPERA COMPANY.

D1R VALENTINE SMITES OPERA COMPANY. T.ozun the audience which last night witnessed the performance of Balfe's dramatic opera. "Blanche de Nevers :in the Ulster Hall waslnot so large as that of the previous evening, yet the attendance cannot otherwise be described than as good. wh
8 January 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FISHERWICK PLACE CHURCH CHOIR CONCERT.

FISHERWICK PLACE CHURCH CHOIR CONCERT.

FISHERWICK PLACE CHURCH. CHOIR CONCEPRT. A VERY enjoyable concert was given last evening in the Young- Men's Christian Association Hall, Wellington Place, by the choir of Fisberwick Place Church, in aid of the congregational and mission schools. The programme was a most select on
14 January 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL WEDDING AT WINDSOR.

ROYAL WEDDING AT WINDSOR.

ROYAL WEDDLNv.AT WINXSQR. BRILLIANT C11EREMONY. n. Y OUJR PRIVArTE WfIRE. LONDoN, MoNDAy.-The marriage of Prince Aribert, youngest son of the Duke and Duchess of Anhalt, and Princess Louise, of Schleswig-Holstein, second daughter.of Prince and Princess Christian, took place this
7 July 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

ISD AID OF LOCALCAJTS# a!rHI ED17OP OP THE BDEAST? NWL S-ITE SDx-A ?? has just rfehed nme to the efct that the theatre-going public of Belfast areto be treated to a week of amateur opera "for the bene- of of lotal charities" to ward the end of the year, ,ad that some of the perf
27 November 1890 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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AMERICAN STOCKS AND SHARES.

AMERICAN STOCKS AND SHARES.

A'E'RIRTCAN STOCKS AND SHARK S. IREUTEWVS Tfl.EGRA1W. NEW YORK. NOVEMBER. 26, Money easy. Petroleum-Trading continuesf on a -small scale, but the closing was steady. Flour closed, a with afirmer tendentcy. Sugar at the close wa-seasier, anrd unchanged to 113,c. lower. Copper rema
27 November 1890 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AIR MOISTENING IN WEAVING FACTORIES.

AIR MOISTENING IN WEAVING FACTORIES.

AIR MOISTENING IN WEAV- ING FACTORIES. INt a city like Belfast. where the staple industry is the production of linen, anything affecting the trade must be fraught with interest. The medical profession tell us that to this manufacture may be traced much of the lung disease from wh
17 April 1890 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE METHODIST CHURCH.

THE METHODIST CHURCH.

THE )\ETHODIST CHURCH. The Rev. Dr. Ker, who now lies seriously ill at the residence of his brother. the Rev. Robert Ker. the manse. Ballinamallard. is much worse. There is not the slightest hope of his recovery. His memory has given way and his condition such that at any moment
14 January 1890 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

pat n alresae hc vs Rvn b h rn ?? tydt ins l3t goenr of thes CAMPBEL BcholsUESVT.O1of N TO THE EDITOR OF THE BELFAkST NREWS-LETTER; SiR-NOow that the scheme for the carrying out rk of the Campbell trust is begri nning to emerge froma d, Chaos. might I, as one of the cituzeas of
14 January 1890 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST RECORDER'S COURT.

BELFAST RECORDER'S COURT.

BEJLFAST RECORDER'S COURT. MR. HENRY FITYZIBRON, Q.C., Recorder, sat in the Recorder's Court, Munieipal Buildings, yester- day, and continued the hearing of the business of this court. Mr. Wmn. Carson, J.P., Clerk of the Peace for the city, was in attendance. .n! rIClsTSING APPIC
4 December 1890 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland