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SHIPPING. 3p1 &oi gi lfrom eilther Port on C/erts-t cmos Day. -gELFAST ANDi LIVEJ{PO(JLI JD DhC-~T STIR VC' OF ELXPRESS STEAIaLEIS, 8 OPTIC, CALORIC, AND DYbIOAICL DECEMNBER AND JANUAR11Y. s;Ulx0G FV'O. BELtFAST TO LIVERPOOL, DAILY ?? P.r. : SATURDAYS A&T 10-0 p0r. L,1q9 IVErRPOO
24 December 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STRANGE STORY OF THE SEA.

STRANGE STORY OF THE SEA.

MR. L., G-UERET, the owner of the ill-fated steamer Prince Soltykoff, has received the following comU- munication from the British Consul at Brect:- British Consulate; Brest, France, December 18th. "DEAR SiR-In reply to your note of the 16th, I sent Mr. Xelk, the sole survivor o
24 December 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WRECKS AND CASUALTIES.

WRECKS AND CASUALTIES.

WRECKS AND CASUALTULS. PICt=K L WYD'S l.ST. BY OUR PRIVATE WIRE. . With reference to the report in YeLterdar'o "us au.r t the -learner 1mmi lint bean pao~fe I' 'richltl 2tee, able I by thle stearmer -Spree. tien otter stealner ?? It~ on the 'L th Ijecetliber. in tat. -N, ioii- .
24 December 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST BANKRUPTCY COURT.

BELFAST BANKRUPTCY COURT.

BELFAST BANKERUPTCY COURT. Mrn. INnriY FrTzrGiBnoN Q.N., County Court Judge for Ant'iim, and Recorder of Belfast, sat yesteniay in the Crown Court of the Coun1ty Courthouse, Crisinlin Road, and resumed the business of the Belfast Bankruptcy Court. Mr. 11. M 'Neile M1 Corinick. re
22 December 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE LEOTUR& ON ASTRONOMY. TO THE! EDITOR OF THE BELiFAST N13WSTJETTEII. Slin-Referring to an advertio-,ement which I have inserted in the Belfast Aetcs-J~ettcr of to-day's date, directing attention to a lecture which will be delivered in the Museum on to-morrow (Tues-
28 December 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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METROPOLITAN GOSSIP.

METROPOLITAN GOSSIP.

M.ETROPOLITA.N GOSSIP. FROM OUR LADY COURESPONDENT. LONDON, SATUrDAY. NOT Within the memory of that historic person, " the oldest inhabitant," has Tiondon seen so gloomy a Christmas Day. Experiences in recent years have included wet Christmases, and snowy Christmases, with influe
28 December 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST SOCIETY FOR THE EXTENSION OF UNIVERSITY TEACHING.

BELFAST SOCIETY FOR THE EXTENSION OF UNIVERSITY TEACHING.

BE, LFAST SOCIETY FOR THE EXTEN- SION OF UNIDERSITY TEACHING. "THE BODY AND ITS HEALTU." Wvs lst LECTURE B3Y DRt, STEAHAN. TrEIL sixth, and ]ast lecture Of this series, was de- livered last evening, in the Belfast Museum, by of Dr. John Strahlan. Notwithstanding~ the. dense 'as8
22 December 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
METROPOLITAN GOSSIP.

METROPOLITAN GOSSIP.

gETROPOLITAN GOSSIP. pnBO OUR LADlY OORRESPOND Nq, LwmONo, Mfo-gnyAy. are in the milxth of all the hurly-burly inci- to the Christmas season, for what some 3d~bafd readv reconers describe as " only a week" remuains in which to bring all hnr ess to a conclusion. A very short jes I
22 December 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SIEGE OF GIBRALTAR—THE CANNONADE.

THE SIEGE OF GIBRALTAR—THE CANNONADE.

THE SIEGE OF GIBRALTAIR'-THIE CANNONADE. APTuI weeks of incessant but minor cannonading the grand attack was made on the 13th September 1782, when the floating batteries, under Bueno- ventura de Moreno. a distinguished Spanish officer, wera brought into the requisite position to
26 December 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE COLONIES.

THE COLONIES.

. VHE- COLONIES. - BRIT18 trading interests in West Africa appear to have taken sudden alarm at the position and influence which have been acquired by France, and much dissatisfaction has been expressed with the tone of Lord Knutsford's reply to the deputa- tion of merchants that
26 December 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland