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BELFAST UNITED TRADES AND LABOUR COUNCIL.

BELFAST UNITED TRADES AND LABOUR COUNCIL.

BELFAST UNITED TRADES AND LABOUIP COUNCIL. Last night a meeting of the Belfast Unite I Trades and Labour Council was held in the Eugi- neorse Hall, College Street-MI'. Alexander Taylor presiding. There was a large attendance of delegates. AN ADVANCE. It was reported that Sir Will
16 January 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

iPRJIG AMEDICIN E your ?? in Spring is almost certain to i. full (if impuritities-the acumulation Oi thc winter months. Bad ventilation of slcpi g r~,ofrns impure air in dwellings, £ [OOD'S SASMAPARILLA fartorie, 0and shops, overeating, heavy, irnroper foods., failure of the kidn
26 March 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FIRES IN BELFAST.

FIRES IN BELFAST.

A andW -VtN2JD TO DI4AT. Yesterday afternoon, about three o'clock. a fire broke out at 28. Nile Street, which caused the death of a child. twelve months old. named Robert Mawhinney. The house, a. two- storey one, is occupied by two families. (On the ground floor live people of t
26 March 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ASSOCIATED CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE.

ASSOCIATED CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE.

ASSOCIATED CHAMBERS OF COMMELCE. | At yesterday's meeting of the Associated Chain- bers of. Commerce in London resolutions were adopted in favour of Imperial penny postage and other postal reforms. The Duke of Norfolk. Postmaster-General. said many of the questions dealt with wer
26 March 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST ELOCUTION CLASS.

BELFAST ELOCUTION CLASS.

COMPETITION IN TltE ASSwl3lLYrS HALL. Professor Millen's popularity was evidenced last night, when the Assembly's Hall was filled with a large audience, whose frequent demonstrations of approval testified to their enjoyment. The com- petition was under the auspices of the Belfas
26 March 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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TRADE OF THE WEEK.

TRADE OF THE WEEK.

DZLY. SI FlT'AY EVENLNG, 14tb February, 1896. Bankiite c 2 Ver nillt. Ch.iwi?L Li^'i c ?? h'tiCciteL u iciior r gold for exportation the London p noney saretC bas been sonliewrat firmer in tole, and the rates current for both short loans and discount have u ruled di.tinctly adve
15 February 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DAILY MINING LIST.

DAILY MINING LIST.

CLOSING PRICES. FROMr OUR Owl; OORRFS5PO0DEN0S. AFRICAN MINING 31ARKET SHARES Afrikander, 14 14 ,Knight's, 6a, 7 Angelo 31 44 Langlaagte, 5464 Bd Mn-ror. IjI' Langhiagfto Black 1, 24' 2?, .-era W.I'est United, 18 14 Lrnslaagie Royal, 2i Bilantjes Consolidated, 35 31 Langlaagtc U
15 February 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIFE IN AMERICA.

LIFE IN AMERICA.

LIFE IN .AHERICA.1 THE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN. THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM. ?? LETTER FROM PRESIDENT CLEVE- L A , DP. BY SABLE. FROM OUt OWN CoRRESPONN2 | NEW YORK, WzDNESDAY.-The conventiol re- assembled to-day, when Senator Thurston. of Ne- braska, was chosen as the permanent chairm
18 June 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

31jpibS, iUNAJli2IAGES AN DEATN S -e ?? dci /U;- headtingr cuc ch:a.rged yea' as we' f!; s Jaic','8 L's Sd9; Death, qitih jicereii j 'U IP.1% '<W J55eai- ,tetice and No -Ohh'a1 Notice, IQs Gd; B£h1. tho td. ; . ?? ,c. 'N1 /ieoanO'eel-it m.us e e piejid Rnd ?? Sl rLT fi B&\TFL-11e
2 January 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PETIY SESSIONS.

PETIY SESSIONS.

PETI Y SESSIONS. STswRTsTOWN. --This monthly court was held yesterday-before Messrs. James C. Shuter, J.P. (chairman); Charles G. B. Kennedy, J.P.; John Henderson, J.P.; Joseph Falls, J.P.; Bernard Quinn, J.P.; and James Corr, J.P. Some thirty cases of drunkenness from Coalisland
2 January 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland