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ACTION FOR BREACH OF PROMISE AGAINST LORD SUDLEY.

ACTION FOR BREACH OF PROMISE AGAINST LORD SUDLEY.

ACTION FOR BREACH OF PROMISE AGAINST LO-R SUDLEY. An action for breach of promise of marriage, brought bv Miss May Gore, an actress, against Lord Sudley, eldest son of the Earl of Arran. camie before the Lord Chief Justice and a special jury yesterday. Datnmages were laid at £15,
10 June 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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EIN ~PIANO0S. C&fLARD PLNh OS- 01~CNS BY ESTEY. AN)D OITILF.r REN '""ZED M"AKERS.- L~OXWET PRICES Far. Cash or Hire SytAem. j, EE& SONTS, ;7c0ot, ILOXAL AVE-NUE, BELFAST. 8303 pHIPPIN G. MDDAILY 6AIltXNuIS * .~ ?? toEASE]L». c-LAME~itlS. -.tll u- I0 JUNE, 1335. I t.LI dUOiL, 11AI
29 June 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ATHLETICS.

ATHLETICS.

THE MULLEN4Wr-CRSSLAND RACE. Considerable interest is being manifested in the race which takes place this evening, at half-past seven o'clock, between J. J. Mullen, the Irish champion, and the English champion, George Crossland. Mullen has been undergoing a thorough course of tr
29 June 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOWLING.

BOWLING.

BOWLIN G . BELFAST v. BELMONT. The Belfast Bowlin)g Club played their first match this season on Saturday, on their beautiful new green, having for their opponents their old friends from Belmont. The green, although only made in the beginning of the year, was in very good order,
29 June 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MATABELE RISING.

THE MATABELE RISING.

RESCUE OF WHITES. SORTIE FROM BULUTWAYO. Br=WAYO. Sr-DAY.-CaptLCin Brabant has been i sent from Port Victoria with ten whites and a coutnigent of natives and a quantity of ammunitioni to relieve Fort Charter, Salisbury being unable to furnish a relief partv. Tse wire between mlb
29 June 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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THE AMERICAN MARKETS.

THE AMERICAN MARKETS.

THE AAMIE'RICAN MARKEr.1J NEW YrM?j STOCK EXCHANGE. /NEW YORK, Jxms 27. The dealP ugs at, the Stock Exchange have to-,day been largy r mn the aggiegate than for several Satur- days PWr.& They centred mainly in liiw aukees, Burliwzt~ons, dud ton-isvilles, which contributed fullyi,
29 June 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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SUIMER SUITS. 7EA UrfFU;L G00133 IX-SEPGES, _B TWEE£DS, avrl WTOBSTEDS for 'SWWWer SUitS. Pnicees from o5s per Suit. Also, excellent T"4Ze, ins L'BOUSERS. FRANCIS CURLEY. 8278 HOUSE COAL. JOHN MILLIGEN, 19. ROYAL AVENUE. 13890 LADIES' TAILOR1?4G. F I8.-T.C LASS C U T T ER TRAINXD
22 June 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MASONIC SERVICE IN THE CATHEDRAL, LISBURN.

MASONIC SERVICE IN THE CATHEDRAL, LISBURN.

A special service in aid of Masonic charities was held in the Cathedral Lisburn, yesterday after- noon, at four o'clock, in connection with Masonic Lodge No. 121, and under the patronage of the Pro- vincial Grand Lodge of Antrimn, the Belfast Masonic widows' fund, and Belfast Ma
22 June 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MONEY MARKET.

THE MONEY MARKET.

S*PPLIED BE THE PRESS ASMOOIAUOI. LONDON, SATUFDAY.-The supply of money was again fairly abundant, but there was somewhat, more demand for accommodation, and rates were quoted firm, at 4 per cent. for advances over the day or to the end of the month, or i per cent. into July. Th
22 June 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

SPORTING INTEL'IGENCE l ---0 - - FORETE LLER'S NOTES. SPECIA TELEGRAM. I BRIGHTON, WEDNESDAY.-Much discosfort wsa felt by those who assisted at Brighton to-day. Rain, which commenced to fall beferc midnight, continued without intermission, and the professionals received a drenchi
11 June 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland