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BELFAST BATTALION OF THE BOYS' BRIGADE.

BELFAST BATTALION OF THE BOYS' BRIGADE.

BELFASZTBATTALION OF -THE BOYS'1 BRIGADE, I ANNUATAL INSPECrTION, THiE second annual inspection of the Belfast Battalion of the Boys' Brigade took place on the 1 grounds of the Ulster Cricket Club, at Bailyna- feigh, on Satarday afternoon, under the most auspicious atmospheric co
2 May 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

I SECOND TDITION. BY OUR PRIVA.TZ WlU. r r0LAnT NswS-LEnrn OM=rc F63. FLzErr STEEr, TLosxn, B.C. FIRE IN PESTI. The Feeth Stadard correspondent ?? engine works of Messrs. Philip KNicolson & Co., founded in 1884, one of the largest I establishments of the kind in Peeth was redaced
2 May 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FEMALE MANSONIC ORPHAN SCHOOL CENTENARY BAZAAR.

FEMALE MANSONIC ORPHAN SCHOOL CENTENARY BAZAAR.

FEMALE MA.SONIC ORPffAN SCHOOL CENTENARY B.A^Z.AAR.: I ?? LISBUs-N. SATURDAY.-Last evening the Orange Rall in this town was the scene of a con- versazione and promenade concert, which attracted a crowded audience. The decoration of the hall was placed in the competent hands of Mr
2 May 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARKET INTELLIGENCE-Saturday.

MARKET INTELLIGENCE-Saturday.

MARK LANK.—AniI 80. At th» B.tltle tu . »iaw< <•« »»•»! »« fM.it wot« .It J(m. I 14<t !>»'•' <>•' «rrl»«l. C«JHar 1 nu.x in |..r«,tr.l wmlUm »ll iu>xrl|>ttuu« ftr» at C>'. .r.li)'. i»rU'.but th' '.tra «l af« t«. ftbi'Mm.i Club. Arill M«jr, 1 Jit< bat .V; i >* •> M*lm Nrm, . i»l
2 May 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEEK'S WORK IN PARLIAMENT.

THE WEEK'S WORK IN PARLIAMENT.

P (or AM IBIBH laUBII.) Ltcdon, ,f^py It has been dull week for the man. Tito Government whips have bad easy time it. "lha hundred Tories i»af not intend to seek re-election, and i,u; whom have heard much, havo be r to enjoy th« sweets of retirement un 3ted any appealing telegra
2 May 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RELEASE OF MRS. OSBORNE.

RELEASE OF MRS. OSBORNE.

London, Sunday Night. Mr* waa from Jail latd lust aveiiiiig. bh* left in cab accompanied by female warder, arrived residence her buibond's parents, Ulster terrace, Kejent's Park, before nine o'clock. l'bis somewhat prematura taken account of bcr critical condition during the paa
2 May 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THIS DAY'S SPORTING PROPHECIES.

THIS DAY'S SPORTING PROPHECIES.

SECOND EDITION. » —. (BY SPECIAL WIEE.) Fretman Slosdat Six o'Clscc. T.'oi.vii;BA>irTOH (From tli* Sporl'tami o* 1 - ~ Dudley Handicap—f'arv> Selling Hurdle—Cydjj/' K'at »■ Di*A> K 111 I 11 ST.r\ Ttetri Saviour Fakcher, 'r eloquence School te ,♦ carries on a marked etioees / Sis
2 May 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LABOUR ???

LABOUR ???

THE LL?BRAT. i v TION. . SI'LENDID DISPLAY OF THE CITY TRADES. fUREE PLATFORMS IN THE PHCENIX PARK. THE SPEECHES. The May Day celebration in Dublin yestortl.iy Traa carried out in a manner which reflects utmost credit both its organisers and the trades bodies generally which par
2 May 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE-£100.000 DAMAGE.

DESTRUCTIVE FIRE-£100.000 DAMAGE.

Mottiufbtn, Ba* 4 A fir*, which caused da i i of £100.000, brgkc out morale.: Anglo-bcati* Mills Kt Uecawuu. 1 workman »..« tui|iiiiij: tciti machine c-a)#i' K>,,r» iu u, j. warp caught ur\ ..A nam** i|inu rapidity, the whole ok. Tli* work people fl*u, and owing th* inalequat fi
2 May 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
tLLAITUGJS CHANCELLOR AND SON'S CELEBRATED WATCHES. Sold in lhiblin for Ye*rs. R'RW AND MAGNIFICENT-STOCK Silver Cases, frovn 1 JO Gaineas.

tLLAITUGJS CHANCELLOR AND SON'S CELEBRATED WATCHES. Sold in lhiblin for Ye*rs. R'RW AND MAGNIFICENT-STOCK Silver Cases, frovn 1 JO Gaineas.

.In Cases, from 5 to Gaineas. 1, * A WBITTEN GUARANTEE'UrVEJt WIT EACH WATCH. Illustrated Sent Post Free cn Application. chancellor and son, LOWIiB -STREET, DUUUN. 2164 «PUrNO PITS. NEWEST PATTERN'S. WRIGHT AND SONSi TAILORS. 2G WESTMORELAND ST. m m SYMINGTON'S ARABS COFFEE lit
2 May 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland