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DUBLIN DAY BY DAY.

DUBLIN DAY BY DAY.

DUl"'LES i->T)Y B3Y DAY. Vc.Arch loene1 tfeade and Canons c I Woninie ?? of Dublin. were to-d !Y Ielate~d on a solectedl lis-i bv the Syinod of theI uiittvl Pie, es'!s of Killaloe. Kilienora, Cionfert. di .iuci Kiltot -uagh to ho subm itted to the Bench of A P- ?? wlie-o ?? U t u
10 November 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MONEY MARKET.

THE MONEY MARKET.

TiHE . i- L SA RKE T B5? 11 PRIVATEl V7IE, .LODON, W -DNrSDAvY.-Bank rate, 3 per cent.; open market rates., caj joney, 2 to 2b per cenu,. three months' fine paper- 23 to 2 per cent., consols, money. 9,i,3 to 833 ; accountj 91,8 to 98i. Short loans were in good request to-day, and
30 November 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT

METEOROLOGICAL REPORT

I I_ 1 0 I 0 L U IU e i ?? I: i I' C ii T zJI ANr.- A l I iL ?? -;L ; : R\ ?? U."IICI;sN. DCSTNL;½ . ?? -, LI 1 ii 1 f- r; Ill , - - PIL - - i n - , ?? ILI ?? je - t - KN. T Hj - ,T * y -II. S - . - . - 1. -LrxY(L, ,rV I Wir, :v n v.fcnril urc:!:we L ?? ut. ?? M;: Cx Q ?? ?? ThC2
30 November 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LOUD-SPEAKING TELEPHONES.

LOUD-SPEAKING TELEPHONES.

LOUD-SPEAXING TELEPHONES. MrPs hear an unofficial rumour that yet another ltmd-speaking telephone baa been invented. 'Tie a consummarion devoutly to be wished. And yet we cannot but have our doubts as to the practical success of this latest endeavour to increase the speaking powe
13 November 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST BANKRUPTCY COURT.

BELFAST BANKRUPTCY COURT.

TM1S Registrar, Mr. Hugh M'Neile M'Cormil.k, sat yesterday to dispose of the cases on the list . Mr. J. H. B. Murphy, assistant registrar, and Mr- Edward Allworthy, official assig see, w^ere in . attendance. Two arrangetment mnattars were : heard, in which Mr. Wright and Mlr. Le
21 November 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1893.

BELFAST: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1893.

(ESTABLISEED ANNO 1737,) ilpfiv~oR I a , ?? ~ - 4 .~ N,~ ~ v B E L F A S T: TUESDAY, N(YENTBER 2X, 18t3. In the Honse of Lords yesterday the second rearina Of the Sea Fisheries Regulation (Scot- land) Bill was moved by Lord Playfair, and after sonme discussion was passed. The Hoo
21 November 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIFE IN AMERICA.

LIFE IN AMERICA.

LIFE fIN AIXERISA; DOUBLE MURDER IN TIILITPAX LOSS OF A BOAT AND TWENTY-FIVE C LIVE S. THE REVOLUTION IN BPANIL. A BY CABLEGRAaI. FPOM OUR OWX CORRESPONDENrTS, . NIEWv Yome, TuEsnsY.v-Tietails of a sad dormestic fi tragedy, involving the death of husband, wife, and A child, have
8 November 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST DISTRICT LUNATIC ASYLUM.

BELFAST DISTRICT LUNATIC ASYLUM.

BELFAST DISTRICT LUNATIO ASYLUM, Yesterday, at ncon, the monthly meeting of the Board of Governors of the Belfast District Lunatic Asylum was held in the Boardroom. Sir David Taylor. J. P., presided. There were ?? Lord Bishop of Down and Connor and Dromore Rev. A. lA'Mullan. the
14 November 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
UNIONIST CLUBS COUNCIL.

UNIONIST CLUBS COUNCIL.

TI'IONIST CLUBS COGUCIL. IMPORTANtT ADDRLESS. Ti.e following has been issuei:- '50 ITHU Z'EthEltS OF THIE VTIONIOST CLUES OF 1, Lomba~rd Strtet, llelfert, November 22nd, 1503. Gccyrcc:fc:?f-The executive coacitccte tilnrk it ;drcisble to osake the following short stateraent as re
24 November 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LWAI INTELIAGENCE. LEGAL NOUICES-TflS DAT. (Iaoean last night's Legal eary.) , 2.24. COURT O(F APPEAL iN IRELAND. . troan, appetIll~aal, Eel> relreoalcuct, paSI' rlearl, 1- Carr[oa.rlp d tan, :eari', M -cr'e-ndeir, 2; Tea-ja, aic> I- . nillt. Los- re--ot, rusrui -L. sia hen vri.
16 November 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland