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THE AGRICULTURAL DEPRESSION.

THE AGRICULTURAL DEPRESSION.

THE AGRICULTJR.UL DEPREESSION.l _ . _ ?? MEETING OF TENANT-FARMERS IN CRUIMIN. YEasnDnY, at two o'clock, a meeting of the tenant farmers od the estate of the Rev. Arthur H. Pakenham, J.P., was held in the Market Hall, Crumlin. Mr. A. Ritchie occupied the chair, and the attendance
28 December 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN OUTRAGE.

THE DUBLIN OUTRAGE.

THE DUBbIN OUTRAGE. I I ARREnS AT NEXAS I. DuBLwi, TnssDAv.-A telegram from NenaXh states that great excitement was caused there this evening by an arrest in connection with the Dublin explosion. A police sergeant had his attention drawn to a stranger of suspicions appearagce, wh
28 December 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DOWNSHIRE KILWARLIN ESTATE.

THE DOWNSHIRE KILWARLIN ESTATE.

TRE DOWNSHIRE LLWARLIN . ESTATi. KEM TING OF TE TEXNANTS. A mm-sco of the tenant-farmere on the estate of the Marquis of Downshire was held yesterday in the open air, the platform having been erected opposte the door of the National Schoolhouse. About 300 attended. Amongst those
27 December 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER INTELLIGENCE.

ULSTER INTELLIGENCE.

ULSTIR INi TELLIGE NiCE, FROM OUn CORnESPON=INTS. KAineow E9scur 1tiaoe.DitowNIt.-i young man naned Rfill, rosiding in Brtheohoad, came to Li-5burn on Chris4muass Eve to visit some relatives. During the night he (alted down. Bridge Street. ndi turninZ into Quay-Street ha saw the
27 December 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NATIONALIST OUTRAGE IN DUBLIN.

THE NATIONALIST OUTRAGE IN DUBLIN.

kopblowsng appeared in our Second Editipm of 1 yesterday- I TUB NATIONALIST OUTRAGE IS )UBUIN. Th Tzmes ?? terrible crime reported from Dublin to-day is a striling comment 'on MLr. Morley's latest act of homage to his masters. The incident is a ghastly symptom of the continued vi
27 December 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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METROPOLITAN GOSSIP.

METROPOLITAN GOSSIP.

MTJROPOLITAN GOSSP1, tSO OTUB LAD? CO'lSSPONDENT. A mwntr Christmas and a happy New Year to e all nay readers, old and young, far and near. A 1 pleasant old formula, saying so little, but meaning so much, happily uniting all good wishes, those for the present, and those for the f
27 December 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COSTLINESS OF LIFE IN AMERICA.

COSTLINESS OF LIFE IN AMERICA.

COSTLINESS OF LIFE M AMIERiL The San Fra3ncisco ;"Argonaut," discusing the eo8 of living in populous American cities, says:- |t i3 p:es.ible in C3hicago to find a house im whb1ich a small family can live for £5 or £6 a mnonth. But to do so it is necessary to go into thke suburbs,
23 December 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHRISTMAS IN THE SHOPS.

CHRISTMAS IN THE SHOPS.

CHRISTMAS DT THE SHOPS. DTr the firm of Hepworth & Co., High Street, which is one of the leading outfitting establishments in the city, we fand goods of the very best quality, the finish being very much admired. There is always a very large stock of ready-made clothing on hand, w
22 December 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ADDRESS AND PRESENTATION TO MR. JAMES MALCOLM, JUN., LURGAN.

ADDRESS AND PRESENTATION TO MR. JAMES MALCOLM, JUN., LURGAN.

ADDRESS AND PRDSENTATION TO MR. J.UTIES MiALOOLMI, JUN., LURGAN. LtYRGAN, WVEDNESDAY.-Laet nighlt a large com- pany of the emplords of Mr. James MLalcolm, D.L., Vv met for the purpose of presenting- Mr. James a MlIcolm. Jun., with an address and costly presen- if tation as a toke
22 December 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

TTHE ARBMY. t. F lBROM OUR MiILITARY OORRESPONDUNT. 0 BY OUR PRIVATE WIRE. I LONDON, Friday.-Lieutenant-Colonel end Staff-Pa-r emaster Lennox, of the Anny Pay Department, wbo was at on1e time a captain in the lst Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers at New-y, has retired frores the a
24 December 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland