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LIFE IN AMERICA.

LIFE IN AMERICA.

.LXFE IN A ,f E, IC iL, T THE AUSTRALIATN CRICKET, TIErAl. THE RECENT CiONE -EURTHER DETAILS. THE IEYOLUTIOIN' IS BRAZIL. flY CA~iLEORAM. FROM ,37 OWN C9V-fORR:ESPONDENT. NaEi Youn, Ttiuaisna',-It has been clearly demonsmrated durino the cricket inatch bhetween the Auitralians an
6 October 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE AMERICA'S CUP.

THE AMERICA'S CUP.

IHE AMCINERjLCA'S CUPT Nn.w YORm, TEUBSDAY.-To I aS boeone's-ent- fal in many respects. but in none more so than ties compiete failure which, has curacterised tile first of the scries of five races between the yachts Vigi- lant and Valkyrie for the possessioa of the trophy vhich
6 October 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FLAX SUPPLY ASSOCIATION.

FLAX SUPPLY ASSOCIATION.

FLAX S'UPPLY ASSOCIATION. as to~~7;A NORMNL SXw3mrl fe a1 D~ o ie ANmar Iferese lev h rwfso o ON the 14Th, the twenty-fifth annual meeting of this 1 asscciation was held in the Chamber of Commerce. The Right Honourable John Young, P.C., D.L, president, occupied the chair, and thr
17 April 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ELECTRIC LIGHT AT THE HARBOUR.

ELECTRIC LIGHT AT THE HARBOUR.

ELE£CT'RIC LIGHT AT THE HARBOUR. This week wvill probably seec the Queen's Quay I lighted by eloctrie lig-ht, and no0 doubt shle expeti- meat of the Harbour Comumissioners will be watched with much interest by those who advocate the use of electricity as an illunainant for theI c
20 November 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
METEOPOLGICAL REPORT.

METEOPOLGICAL REPORT.

-l-iF.TmOR @i.O I . R iLPOpi' I Ftm S F LN' -aI, T' NS Tr R. -I T ;S By S EA E'.IW'lg D. YEou, uaT'I.CzAn-, DOwu;uALL PLICL LIt ?? Ioz ?? Inaa::-Jv";r ". Z_,e o t ?? ?? . ?? ?? i *- . j - - .- i - -. 1k E u _; I _ ?? i-i ' -r9 ?? T ?? 1 ' Au- - be. .~ ~ ~~21-D - 5:- I"' - S-- ' .
20 November 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPON(DETNCE. UhL STaE R to -HM RULE so a a htt isi Int~ Evba ae s titrs o l ?? TO TEE EDITOR OF TIFE BEL7AqT aEWS-TXETTSF. SIX-For nearly three centuriesr my forefathers have voted for the Liberal party, but they belonged to the old school of Liberals, that old sobool of Lib
6 June 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CHURCH OF IRELAND.

THE CHURCH OF IRELAND.

ST. JOHNS CHURCH. Special services were held in this church on Sundav last, and on each occasion the congregation was large. The preacher in the morning wvas Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Down and Connor and Droneore. Morning prayer was said by the Archdeacon of Connor, and the
6 June 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ALLEGED CASE OF STABBING NEAR ARMOY.

ALLEGED CASE OF STABBING NEAR ARMOY.

ALLEGED CASE OF STABDI NG NEAPR ARDIOY. Ballyeastle, Teseday. -At the monthly court of petty sessions held in the Courthouse here yester- day-before Messrs. John Casemaenl J. P. (chair- man) ; Mr. John M. Sharpe. J.P. ; Mr. Moore Smyth, v.P. MMr. R. M. Douglas, J.P. ; Mr. Eugh M.
1 November 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST LIBEL CASE.

BELFAST LIBEL CASE.

IIBELFAST LIBEL C AS LiI CE{RIST3rhS EXCURSIOD{S on Friday, December 22nd, froe Belfast tia l:arne and Stranraer. To Is { Lono'oll 26s, Neasc2stle-oll-Tyae 15s 6d, Liverr)onl ., [ aud .wlancklester ltis, Birmiuham 17s 6d. For :A.tates ?? l2bce, see Pl&crd6 ^ad a=rlbilz8. ,i S2AuS
15 December 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

I 11ILI PAUL hI A-LEN' I y BY PIRIVATE A-ND ORDINAPY Wh~ I-OUSE OF LORDS. YESTERT.DAY. The Lord Chanceellor tooK~ his seet or Eu~at a quarter-pasc eour &'clcok. th- -iol iV COUR1SE OFY PUSINESS.Ib Th e Mlarqu; of SAl U, 1 fl'-Y az-hlkii svhr-her thea Cbs ezrnen 't hal- anvin otrm
15 December 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland