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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
 
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EDUAfTION. 0MB AND EDIUCATION offered two ]El children, too young for public sechool or delicate, in nice country family; resident gover- es; moderate.-Mother, 4096, News-Letter. USIC GOVERN7ESS seeks RE-ENGAGE- MENT; school or family; highest refe- felces; good testimonials; ter
25 February 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMPLIMENT TO MR. ROBERT KELLY, J.P.

COMPLIMENT TO MR. ROBERT KELLY, J.P.

UOMPLIM1TET TO BR. ROBERT XELLY, J.P. A, interesting ceremony took pflace in the Chamber af Commerce yesterday afternoon, when Mr. Robert Kelly, J.P., one of cur best kn own and most highly. mpected citizens, was made the recipient of a bndsome presentation, as a mark of the este
25 February 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUDDEN DEATH OF CAPTAIN THOMAS DAVIES, ISLANDMAGEE.

SUDDEN DEATH OF CAPTAIN THOMAS DAVIES, ISLANDMAGEE.

LAniEA , FrDaY.-Yesterday intimation was re- ceived at the Baruhill police barracks, Lane, of the sudden death of Captain Thomas Davies at his residence in Islandmagee. Head-Constable Diamond, Sergeant EUBride, and Constable Walshe. of the Larne constabulary, at once repaired to
25 February 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BELFAST TRAMWAYS COM— PANY'S BILL.

THE BELFAST TRAMWAYS COM— PANY'S BILL.

THE BELFAST TPIWUNAYS CO-q .PANY'S BILL I subee ws gaa ?? Blrwe PErTalIatIoN ViTO the ?? OFiso forS in- The, agitation Ty a portion of the ratepayers | against the agreement between the Beliast Tram- I ways Cimpany and the Belfast Corporation, which it I is sought to confirm by a
25 February 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRADE OF THE WEEK.

TRADE OF THE WEEK.

TRADE OF THE WTEEK moROM lB COIII5ECIAI. c-GUEn-nTO0flPR. BELPAST. FRIiDAY EvxwtING. 24TrnYEirnAu RY, IBM3 01 SAYSi rate 25 p er cent. t yesterday's Bank return was again very strong, end for So far there is no evidence of any improve da tent in the general trade of the country.
25 February 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MONEY MARKET.

THE MONEY MARKET.

A1llH MONRY MARKET'. BY OUl PRIVATE WIRE. LoSNDo-, FnID.x.-Bank rate, 2S- per cent. Open market rates, call money, 1 , to 1 Q per cent.; three months' fine paper, If to 2 per cent. There was a good business doing in money to- day, and the rates are steady. Some displacement of ba
25 February 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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EDUJCATION. AILY OR RESIDENT TUITION, or as COX-. I PANION, desired by Young Lady; expe- r'ience; highest references; agreeable ; very pains-' IF taling.-Address, Venice. 3817, iAewtm-Lefter. OWE AND EDUCATION offered two n children, too young for public school or delicate, in ni
23 February 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIFE IN AMERICA.

LIFE IN AMERICA.

LIFE IN AXERICA. RETURN OF SEVERE WNEATHER. ANOTHER RAILWAY ACCIDENT, FOUR KILLED AND TEN INJURED, SPECIAL CABLEGRAM. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. Naw YOPa, WE:DNESDnAY-Te-dav being the anniversary of Washington's birth the event has been observed, ae usual, bythecompletesuspeusio
23 February 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland