Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 2,559 articles

Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

A f 1TIR f ThAXh~1I,l O TN CAUSED r) LATF, Tf q terouble can be reinoedl for gr~wl Iny ?? rie, thc' of takinlng, lipon retizing, One rllho f ot Bo BRANDRETWS sfUGA R-COATED PILLS.; Catlmrtit fur the weakest, as well as active f130'alhforthee strongest. Always -.ve satisfac. tion,
19 June 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

JOUR LONDOIN LETTER. By ensR PILTVATh WEY BELYFAST Naws-LsRr OMs, 169, FLEET STREET, E.C., TEnausDA Nimn.} It seems to me that the Opposition are becoming emboldened by the seeming indifference of Minis- ters as to the fate of the Education Bill. Mr. J. W. Lowther, the chairman o
19 June 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PAN-PRESBYTERIAN COUNCIL.

PAN-PRESBYTERIAN COUNCIL.

PAIN-PRESBYTERIAM COUM'GIL. SPECIAL TELEGRAM. GLASGOW, THURSDAY.-The Pan.Presbyterian Council resumed its sitting in the St. Andrew's Hall to-day, and there was a good attendance of delegates and the public, when, at half-past ten, Rev. Dr. Roberts, president, took the chair, wit
19 June 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

BYoral PRIVTlEns AND ORDInAR WadtoS Ih fac tha a iia usinws nwrdb r l I Colonies had any information of the reported in- vasion of British Guiana by Venezuelans. Mr. CHAMBERLAIN-If the right honourable' gentleman desires any detailas I would rather he gave notice. As a matter of
19 June 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARKET NEWS.

MARKET NEWS.

BUTTER AND FOWL. CORKS- JUNe 18-Prirmeit, 76s per owt; prime, 74s per cwt; firsts, 75s per cwt: s-conils, 73i per cut; thirds,72i per cut; fourths, 68. per cvt. Mild-Cured-Chiooeet, 7Dd per owt, choice, 74s per ot; superfine, 78a ps cwt; ftee, 749 per cwt' wiid. l1ir per gut. Ch
19 June 1896 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICAN PRESIDENCY.

AMERICAN PRESIDENCY.

I '|AMERICAN PRESSIDENCY. | ?? THE ST. LOUIS CONVENTION. DEFEAT OF THE SILYE WPES. MIR. M'KLEYN1.4 NO'IiNAiT1ED FOR THE PnZESIDENCY. TUMULTUOUS SCEsES. #$Louis, Thursday. The Republican Convention was opened with ?? to-day by Mr Scott1 a coloured miniister, Mr Foraksr read the pl
19 June 1896 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN SOUTHERN DISTRICT TRAMWAY BILL.

THE DUBLIN SOUTHERN DISTRICT TRAMWAY BILL.

TilE DUBLIN SOUTHERN iiS'rRICT TRA.M.WAY BILL. (FROM OUR REPORTER.) Westminster, Thursday The Select Committee of the House of Coin- ions, which is presided over by Sir Stafford Northeote, sat again to-day and res3umed the hearing of evidence on the bill promoted by the Dublin So
19 June 1896 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE INCURABLE HOSPITAL AND THE REV. MR. PATTON.

THE INCURABLE HOSPITAL AND THE REV. MR. PATTON.

' THE INOURABTP FIOSPITiAL AND THHE RIuV. PATTON. The Very Rev Father Delany, S J, has ad- dressed the following letter to the Editor of ' the " Daily Express DhAn SOR PI beg to thank you for your per- fectly fair-minded anl courteous article on the above subject in tbit day's "
19 June 1896 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LtFE.* lH« MJUfcfc aro how wiue« UM-i'Ul aa cap*. io o*ly ui*. clean** Us« II iwjjimue*, ‘»uj»« amiQg. ■olu^o, •C

LtFE.* lH« MJUfcfc aro how wiue« UM-i'Ul aa cap*. io o*ly ui*. clean** Us« II iwjjimue*, ‘»uj»« amiQg. ■olu^o, •C

«. 3-iu timplea. and iQ Tnou»aiid« lukTe bee* «r<«l pUworf 'IM kco« Urtul cdocl Mixture ba* tor lore had |>utcea iy «ruig about I«AJ. and ve-y I. caimnK m« I bat« tors, and wan lent one hoapiial* fur uni not get >1 tUe.r treat. Ugiit I wouhj ill xtore, aay that I feel ailugetncr
19 June 1896 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHEAP EXCURSION TO BUN- DORAN AND THE LAKE DISTRICT.

CHEAP EXCURSION TO BUN- DORAN AND THE LAKE DISTRICT.

SUNDAY. 2Ut JUNE 1886, EXCURSION TICKETS Specially Low Fares will ueoed from the ondenrotjoned SPECIAL TRAIN leaving Dublin 8.0 a.ni., calling at the named• Return Fareu; Train Time am. let Cl. 2nd CL 3rd H dep.B.o tL 3.1 7e6d I>n«beda „ 8.56 7* 0* 6d •• ,^ 6.8 d &,«d 4.M taetle
19 June 1896 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland