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FOR SALL'. ESTABLISHED 1842. ROYAL VICTORIA HORSE BAZAAR. 31 AND 33, Cu1c10EsTTr STREET, B 1) AND 13. M0 ?? STnEBET, BELFAS-. .TOHN ROBSON beT; to intimate that he has always on hau.s. for Private Sale, 1 o NlW A1!D SECOND-HANND CA1- RI AGES of a11 descriptione ; also I 9O SETS O
9 December 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TERRIBLE VOYAGE OF THE STEAMER VICTORIA.

TERRIBLE VOYAGE OF THE STEAMER VICTORIA.

that certain eiroumstanoee mentioned in the lifeof Peaeoclr were identical with his own, and that ho must have been meant when Peacook was described The evidence of the anthor, Major Willis, taken on eommisdon, s that when he wrote the book he had never heard of Pilmcok. The inr
9 December 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MID-ARMAGH ELECTION.

MID-ARMAGH ELECTION.

MID-ARMAGII ELECTION. RILYLXEA. TUESDAY NIG Wr .-To-night a mneet- ing in support of the caudidature of Mr. Danbar Plunket Barton, QO., the Unionist candidate for Mid-Armagh, was hell in the Orange Hall here. Major Stronge presided. Previous to the mneetin.r, Mr. Barton, who is t
9 December 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHOOTING ACCIDENT AT LARNE.

SHOOTING ACCIDENT AT LARNE.

-S1 QOTING ACCIDENT AT LARTNB. - i o- ON Thursday evening last a sad shooting accidentr ne occurred at Larne under the following ciroumn- ), stances :-Robert M'MAlw, a farmer, residing at the townland of Dundressan, in Islandmagee, entered sn the establishment of Mr. John Fullert
12 December 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ESTAI3LISHED 1842. ROYAL VICTORIA HORSE BAZAAR, 31 AND 33, CH10HESTBI STREETBLAT 11 ANDf 13, XMOTGONIEF1 STREET, IBLAT 'TOflRN ROBSON begs to intimate that he has always on han~ds, for Private Sale, II 1 ONEW AIID SECO'ND-HAN CAR- 10RI AGES of All descriptjons; also I OSETS OF NE
14 December 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRELIMINARIES.

PRELIMINARIES.

P E RL I I IN A RIB S. "Betsy" will be produced at the Theatre Royal to-night and during the week by a company under tho direction of DIr. George Willoughby, Mr. Alfred Maliby taking his origi nal part of ?? DaNw- Bon.'' Of the merits of Mr. Burnand's sparkling cnmody nothing nee
14 December 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

aOUR LONDON _ETTEIJR. BY ME PRll'VATE WUIID. BEtmAST Niws-L1MrTTB OFrICH, 169, LEassET STREIET, E.O., SUNDAY NrrasT, LORTn DUfPERIN succeeds the late Lord Lytton as our Ambassador at Paris-au appointment fore- shadowed in this column when our best-paid diplomnatio post had become
14 December 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

ABYTERI AN CIIRC.U. S, LNOOWS CIIRCII, BcELFST, ;1i5er, CALL TO REV. CHARLES DAVEY, cong BALLYNIENA. to t caref ,day last. the Preshytery of Biallymena. heirl mind rin meetrg in the lecture-room. of so in ever. Street Church. Ballymena. to consiler t+og a call from the congregati
10 December 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CHURCH OF IRELAND.

THE CHURCH OF IRELAND.

THE CHURiCH OF IRELUND. DOWN AND eONNOR AND Duomaornn ?? EDUcATIoN SOCIETY.-The monthly meeting ot thle committec of this society was held yesterday in the Diocesan Rooms. Clarence Place, Belfast-4 the Von. Archdeacon of Connor, D.D., presidhng. 'I'he meeting was opened by prayer
10 December 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST DISPENSARY COMMITTEE.

BELFAST DISPENSARY COMMITTEE.

BELFAST DISPENSARY COOWIITTEE. THE, monthly meeting, of the Belfast Dispensary Committee was held yesterday at the flarralck Street Dispensary. Mr. Thomas ir. nrowne, J.P. (chairman), presided, and the other mnemibers pre- sent were-Messrs. W. J. Johnston, J.P.; Arthur Hlamill. J
8 December 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland