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OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

7OUR LONDON LETTER; I~ . .1 BY OUR PIhVATE WSIRN. B3ELFAS'T NjewsLnna Owne, 189. FLUS'r SnEarT. EO., TnutvoAy Nrnn, TEHE railway companies are getting themselves very much disliked by the agricultural and trading portion of the community. In fact, an agitation tl is being organis
13 January 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN DAY BY DAY.

DUBLIN DAY BY DAY.

,- LONDON, TEiJUDATF,-WiI teir7ererree tQ Xh6 erigge9tio:l khat I§r. Jmes Speneer ?? krsv311ed to Sa bffie& S ?? B - >} rlai3S stesner Ss;>dasEert, khe Ps ^8BocigZ khFN tEiE tesse3! ?? Brieizos , m dilR 4rgenEiFl ori SaSiby tast. It be 2didea ?? ioduatr2eos cemin3csirigbie kgetb
13 January 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LURGAN QUARTER SESSIONS.

LURGAN QUARTER SESSIONS.

LunGAN, TwasDAv.-The business of the Lurgan quarter sessions was opened this morning, before Mr. WV. H. Kisbey, Q.C., County Court Judge for the Counties of Armagh and Louth, wvho was ac- companied by Mr. George Gerald Tyre, Clerk of the Crown and Peace, and his assistant, Mr. J
13 January 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW CEMETERY FOR BANGOR.

NEW CEMETERY FOR BANGOR.

KiEW CE3METERY FOR BANGOR, IMPORTANT MEETING. ON the 27th inst. a meeting of the sub-com- mittee of the urban and rural sanitary authorities of Bangor was held in the Town Commissioners' rooms, Bangor, for the purpose of farther con- sidering the advisability of establishing a ne
30 January 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH LANDOWNERS' CONVENTION.

IRISH LANDOWNERS' CONVENTION.

IRISHf LANDUWINERS' CONVENTION. s Ar the adjonrned meeting of the Irish Landowners I Convention at their offices, 4, Kildare Street, e Dublia, his Grace the Duke of Aberc&n, KG., apresided, and a number of the delegates attended. I The scrutineers of the voting-papers brought up
30 January 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTqIl ?? I BY OUR PRIVTEt WIRLE r t BELFAST NZWS.LaTna Onria, 5 189, FGLEET SuT1ET. FUC,, SUNDAY NGE. 9 OSE Of the Most remark-able as well as interesting 1 returns presented to the Hoases of Parliament for e a long time has j ast been issued, showing as it does that
23 January 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CASE OF MAGEE, AN INFANT.

THE CASE OF MAGEE, AN INFANT.

DULIN, Fmn.IY.-To-day, in the Queen's Bench Division-before Mr. Justice Johnston, Mr. Justice Holmes, Mr. Justice Gibson, and Mr. Justice Madden,the case of John William agee, an infant, came on for judgment on an application by the mruther, Mrs. Jane Magee, for the custody of h
23 January 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUICIDE IN STRABANE.

SUICIDE IN STRABANE.

STuRAsNE, WRDINESDr.-A most melarchol$ case of suicide occurred in the suburbs of this town at an early hour this morning, and from the cir- cumstances of the unfortunate affair it would seem as if the victim had been in a very distressed state of mind. The poor fellow who put a
26 January 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WRECK OF NO. 2 LIGHTHOUSE.

THE WRECK OF NO. 2 LIGHTHOUSE.

TW ECK OF NO. 2 LIGHT HOSE ?? utlct yesterday monig Vide'Admibl I Bir George Naees, R.., ?? professional ad- viser to the Board of Trade, resumed the inquiry B into the eireamstmus connected with the wreck of 1 Mo. 2 Lighthue. Mr. i. S. H'Tear appeared for I 4he Barb of Trde; her
26 January 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE GLADSTONIAN SITUATION.

THE GLADSTONIAN SITUATION.

'The aflaieappoerxe in w d o Eba d I yesterday : THE LADSTODNIAN SITUATION. The &azdcard sas or to yesterdayfs-Qbh4 Counil Ilr. 1jadtoge aend those of his c, who have the preparation of the Hoi Rule Bill in their special charfe aced together for upward of two bones. Thes hare avo
18 January 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland