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BELFAST QUARTER SESSIONS.

BELFAST QUARTER SESSIONS.

BBVFAST QUAREtR SESSIONS. M Rit. Hrs[Et FIrToZGIBwN, Q.. County Court Judge for Antrim and tecerder of Belfast. sat yesterday in the Crown Court of the County Court- house. Cramlin Road, and continued the civil business of these sessions. Mr. Thomas Cunningham, Deputy and Acting
6 May 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

,FOR SALE. ESTABLISHED 7842. ROYAL VICTORIA HO4RISE BA.ZAAP 31 AtD 33 CHIraeSTZA STREET, i; A:Dn i 3,. ?AOfBOMtR1 STaaIB ELVAT. TOHN RBSlSON bega to intimate that he has always on hands, for Private Sale, 1 wfw NEW AlTD SECOND-lHA.X OAR- I50 RIAGES of al1 description ; also 100'I
13 May 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITIONf BY OUR PRIVATE WIRE. BELFAST NEWS-LETTER_ OFFCE. a; 1T9. FLErSF STREET. Lonowob, E.C. e- THE CRISIS IN ITALY. r The &aedar? s correspondent ?? is offi. cially announced to-night that the Ring has ac v cepted the resignation of the entire Rudini Cabi- r. net, and h
11 May 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

YOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS. FRANCE AJND DAIOMEY. I PARIS. WEDNESDAY.-Intelligence reached here from Porto Novo to-day announcing that King Bebazin of Dahomey, being anxious to obtain the liberation of his mulatto phyysician who was re- oeutly arrested by the Fr
12 May 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A LEGAL EIGHT HOURS DAY.

A LEGAL EIGHT HOURS DAY.

G -7-: A LEGAL EIGhTT HOURS DAY. DEPUTATION TO LORD S.-LISBURY I AND MR. BALFOUR. a a SPECIAL TELEGRAM. b LCY-DON-hW~NNE~SD.IY. -A deputation from work- men's associations in the metropolis waited upon L-ord Salisbury and Air. Ralfour at the Foreign fi odjee to-day on the subject
12 May 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A BELFASTMAN DROWNED IN THE RIVER LIFFEY.

A BELFASTMAN DROWNED IN THE RIVER LIFFEY.

DUBLIN, WEDNsnAY.-To-day Dr. Kenny, YLP.. city coroner, held an inquest concerning the death of John Mullen, shipearpenter, of Belfast, whose body was found in the Liffey at the North ?? Dr. R. Kenny, examined, said that death was due to drowning. There were no marks of violence
12 May 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAIENT.I BY PRIVATE AND ORDINARY WIRES. HOUSE OF LORDS) YESTERDAY. TEn LoRD CHAIwcLLoR took his seat on the wool- sack at a quarter to four o'elock. THE DEAF AND THE BLIND. Lord CRANBROOK moved the second reading of the Elementary Education (Blind and Deaf) Bill, whi
20 May 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MRS. BAEYERTZ'S MISSION.

MRS. BAEYERTZ'S MISSION.

MILS. BA&EYERTZ'S MISSION. LAST evening this mission was contieued. in Done. gall Square Methodsst Church, which had kindly been placed at the disposal of the ladies of the Young Women's Christian Association, who have charge of the mission. The church was crowded, every availabl
20 May 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW NOTIOES-T=S Drn. M 1me 9I-5B LNOJ.L D!LRT Gr"'P- (1): EOLL& anar v. Ie3y 1 W:Malone v. Taylor (2), Couvewancing Act Tay.lor p); verrd. Boylan k+); Dfinnen V. Flanagan (5); Quilaa v. (Dn~ 6 j; :Eostwood Y. Byruio (7); bhlelds v. Haughery (5); Stewart v. MIlinney (8). VIOB-011
18 May 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MASONIC BAZAAR IN DUBLIN.

THE MASONIC BAZAAR IN DUBLIN.

THE MASONIC BAZAAR1 IN DUBLIN. INAUGURAL CEREMJONY. FROM OUR OWAm fE2rOTElt. DUBaIN, TUESDAY EvEsIrx.-The great Masonic bazaar in aid of the Masonic Female Orphan School was opened this afternoon at Ball's Bridge, under the most auspicious circumstanees, and the affair promises t
18 May 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland