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YACHTING.

YACHTING.

YACHTLNG?. 31UJJIXOOK YACHT CLUAB BIG~Ast. WIND, ratin, and sea made an unpleasant comabina- tion of weather on the Clyde yesterday, w~h'cn this Corinthian regatta was brought to a concelusion. MATCH ?? cruising yachits exceeding 35 rating. Twvo prizes for winner. Course, fo~rty
7 July 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RIFLE SHOOTING.

RIFLE SHOOTING.

TEE BISLEY RIFLE MEETING. r 53PEIAL TL,,LEGRIM. r ' BISLEYE, SATURDAY.-The last day of the Bisley r meeting was certaitly the most interesting, and f it proved a great day for Scotland, which literally swept the boards, and carried north of the Tweed r all the more valuable awar
25 July 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

C 1 CK T. ZITGARI v. GENTLEMEN OF IRELAND. This match was commenoed in Dublin on Satur- day.. The Gentlemen of Ireland batting first aainst the bowling of Turner and Leveson-Gower were rapidly disposed of ?? 99, the highest score being 27, made by Kilkelly. After luncheon. Zingar
25 July 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

S PORTI'lNG IN:TELLI;GEtNCE. ki, KESbIPTON PARKI MEETINFG. Wialton Handicap-Gsrand Benevolence, 1; Even- tide. 2; Winsome, 3. Also ?? Miay. strrich Selling-Fitzwarren. 1; M~iss E~aglo- scope, 2; Dalverton. 3. A~lso ran-Taxcus, Sly Shot, B3anquet, Oxymnoron, Queen's Arms, Brarnby.
4 July 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
YACHTING.

YACHTING.

ROYLGZi OLYPiE YACHTT CLU[B REGATTA. e -VaT~tsay unple~asant weather prevailed oa the Clyde ,on Saturday, rain falling 'inceassuiitl~y, and tlbe e stm osphere was siO thick that only a poor 'view- of ethe racing was obtainable. A very heavy card was i 3put forward, and about sev
4 July 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRT1S,, M1AR IMAGES, aND DEATHS. Tsnosuicerttmat uwnder tcies headihg are ?? ,or as ttoi.:-Jfarrzgse? °, 6dt d: fnzh wiel. inneral notice, :2s Gd; Deat7z wis7. hnrerai naotice and UVio FlowerS'," t.ki; ?? Xotice, ls 6. LBirth, 2t 6d. in aceres case rac3T aines.'scesne'lt inert L
2 July 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

(oUR org MILITARY COngEPONDEN, BY OUR PiRIVATE WIRE. LONDON, FRIDAY.-The summer ?? in the South of Ireland will commience on the 16th inst., and will, as was the case last year, take-place at Kilworth, near Fermoy. ?? Fan- shave Davies, commanding the Corat District, will be ump
2 July 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE STEAMER CITY OF CHICAGO ASHORE.

THE STEAMER CITY OF CHICAGO ASHORE.

THE STEAMER CITY OF CHICAGO A.S H 0 , , A TELEGRAM from L1yd's signal station, at the Old FHead of Kinsale, dated July 1, 9.17 p.m., states that the steamer City of Chicago is ashore about two miles west of that station. The steamer City of Chicago is bound from New York for Live
2 July 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.

METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.

l31ETEOROLOGICAL REPORT. FROM STANDARD INSTRUENUITS BY SEAEMAN D. NEILL, 02TICI.N, DONEGALL PLACE. Eedfast 1Velvs-.Lette, Office. TUTES. 2. WED. 20. XTH RS. R0 . 1.F1 2;.P i N-x-E ! 1 . ?? .131 2: 1 WE ,i 'I a, I II - The dotted lines indicate the heigbt of the barometer at noon,
2 July 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MONEY MARKET.

THE MONEY MARKET.

?? By -OUR PRIVATE WIRE Lownao7D, INoNTDAt.-Bank rate, 2 per cent. open market; j per cent.; call money, 4j per cent. Consols, 9S4-, to 96@1a; do: account, 96-14; to 96-3. Settlement ?? day, July 26; ticket day. July 2? account day, July 28; Consols ac- count, August 4. The mone
19 July 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland