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DUBLIN DAY BY DAY.

DUBLIN DAY BY DAY.

- DUBLIN, SONDA-r. 'TErs Lord Lieutenant ar rived from London in Dublin this morning. His Excellency has taken up his residence at Dublin Castle, and will continue to abide there, according to the custom of the Court of Dublin, until after the State bail In honour of St. Patrick
6 February 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MAGAZINES FOR FEBRUARY.

THE MAGAZINES FOR FEBRUARY.

T.H mAGzINgS riop TRIBRUARY. the Ar Awmal Mr. Tib s laicue of Weatinster It reproduced by a most efective pro- esas, No finer frontispiece ta this has yet been issued with this journal The er in whisk it is executed jprovea that the English magazines when at their best are far su
6 February 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOARDS OF GUARDIANS.

BOARDS OF GUARDIANS.

| coo~~00K20w. IF A special meeting of the Cookstown Board of si Guardiarns was held on Saturday, Mr. J. B. S Gunning Moore, D.L., in the chair. The Board G had been summoned to consider the following a motion, for which notice had been given by Mr. e M'Donald :-" That, notwiths
13 February 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MONEY MARKET.

THE MONEY MARKET.

iHE MONEY MARKET. BY OR PLIATE Wixl LON1hON, SATuwDAY.-Bank rate, 21 per cent. Open market rates, call money, * to I per cent.; thee months' fine paper, iJ to 1 per cent. consols, money, 984 to 99; account, 98g to 98- The Treasury bills maturing to-day and on Monday will throw £1
13 February 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STOCK AND SHARE REPORT.

STOCK AND SHARE REPORT.

Snpplied by Messrs. Josias Caraingham & Co. BELFAST, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 11, 1893. A±xx of England rate of discount, 25 per cent. IRISH SECURITIES. Business has been rather quiet on the Dublin Stock Exchange to-day, with the exception of " Tyres," which continue buoyant S
13 February 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION; THE COUPRT. WINDSOR CASTLE, MO1nAY.-The Queen drove out yesterday afternoon, attended by Xiss MI'Neill and the Honourable Bertha Lambart. Princess Christianr of Schleswig-Holstein visited the Queen and Empress Frederick. The Bishop of Ripon had the honour of di
28 February 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

WmInWSOn CASLqE,13 TUESDAY.-T110 Queen drove out yesterday afternoon, atten!ded by Miss 1~-iVN&11 and the H~onourabie ?? Csogaown.-t Her Roysia HEighness Princess Beatrice, attendedt by the HEonon~rable Bertha L[ambert, 3returned to the Castle from L~ondonl. The Greek M~inister,
22 February 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INT ELLIGENCE. . - . CUSTODY COURT-YgSyT1SSAY. Before Messrs. F. J. M~acCe-thy, R.M.; James Jenkins, J. P; David Leahy, 3. P.; and A. Meenan, J.P. Drunk and Disorderly. A man named Richie, for having been drunk and disorderly the previous day, was fined 40s and costs, with
14 February 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WOLFHILL SPINNING COMPANY, LIMITED.

WOLFHILL SPINNING COMPANY, LIMITED.

WOLPFEILL SPLNNING COMPAY., LIMITED. I EMPLOYES' BEUMON. Oie the 10th inst. a numerous company of the em- ployes of the above firm assembed in the Wolfhill Mill Schoolroom, the primary object being to give expression of their appreciation of the many laud- able qualities of the p
14 February 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDONDERRY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

LONDONDERRY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

THE quarterly meeting of the Chamber of Cor- merce was held yesterday, in the Boardroomn of the Harbour Office-Mr. Alex. Wilson, president, occupying the chair. The Secretary (Air. J. W. Corbett) read the quarterly report, detailing the principal ?? wbich had engaged the attenti
14 February 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland