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DONAGHADEE REGATTA.

DONAGHADEE REGATTA.

Patrons-Captain Masterman. R.N. ; Messrs. D. H. Hughes, J.P.; E. lighes, J.P.; J. M'Con- nell, J.P.; F. A. Grommelin, J.P.; P. P. Hamilton, F. B. Simms, Launcelot Sliaw. Com- mittee-Dr. R. A. Nesbitt. Messrs. R. J. Evans, WV. B. Galway, Win. Shaw. G. Treeby, R.N.; Alex. Gray, Al
10 August 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN BALLYMENA.

DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN BALLYMENA.

DESTRUCTITVE FIRE IN BALLYMENA, .rSPCIAL TELIGR.A]I. BAI.2IYMENA, 'IMSDnAY -This evening, shortly before nine o'clock, av fire Was discovered to have broken out in Miont gomery's Northern Counties Coach Factory, Church Street, Ballymnent. The alarm was quickly given, and in a sho
12 August 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE IRISH LAND BILL.

THE IRISH LAND BILL.

THE IRISH LAND) MLj, ''The Times' ?? tlri lt(.e opponents of the Irish Landr l1iil bellicose on its third ieal_-n: ?? -ci - House of Lords, there i- every that the difficulties in xh;; hiiex . . the Government will h e w:ain ! aij. -; Londonderry declared that in .: . at least pl
12 August 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDONDERRY AND LOUGH SWILLY RAILWAY COMPANY.

LONDONDERRY AND LOUGH SWILLY RAILWAY COMPANY.

IONDONDERRY AND LOUGS SWILLY BAILWAY COMPANY. The ordinary half-yearly meeting of the share- holders of this company was held at the offices of .the company, Shipquay StLeet Buildings, London- kderry, yesterday, at tw elve o clock noon-Ur. J olin Miarland, Aberfoyle (chairman of
12 August 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

TO BE LET OR SOLD. TO LET, SHAFTESBURY SQUARE, , containing three Reception and seven Bliad ooms, Bath (hot and cold). Good opening for a 'Medical Man. 'THOMAS S. MARTIN, 19369 45. Arthur Street. BELLEVUE TERRACE (3), LISBURLN ROAD, CO NT A I N I NG r.VO SITTING AND THREE BED ROO
21 August 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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THE REGULATION OF SHOPS.

THE REGULATION OF SHOPS.

I The following is the text of a bill to amend the -law relating to shops, which was prepared by Sir Charles Dilke, Mr. John Burns, and others:- Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Ma- jesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Com
22 August 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ATTRACTIVE ANTD TEMPTING by the use of ]31JRD'S CUSTARD POWDER. , ?? accompnlflnent to every Sweet Dish paQ(ling, or Stewed Fruit-all the year round. no EGGS! ATO ThROUBLE! NO RISK 16519 -MAP ?? BELFASTS ;COPECTED AmIOST UP TO DATE L SHOWING PRESENT MUNICIPAL BOUNDARIES. F PRICE
29 August 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CHURCH OF IRELAND.

THE CHURCH OF IRELAND.

THE CCH URCi OF IRELAND. Movra0USwTART SCeooLs. - Lord and Lady Londonderry, with their usual kindness and liberality. entertained the children of these schools (male and female) to their annual feast last Thurs- day in the beautiful grounds of Mountstewart. The children, accompa
29 August 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN DAY BY DAY.

DUBLIN DAY BY DAY.

DuarTi, FRIDAY NIGHT. The Fruit and Flower Show promoted by the Royal Horticultural Society of Ireland was held to-da-y in ?? Square for the first time. The occasion. brought together a large and fashionable attendance, especially as the Lord Lieutenant and Countess of Cadogan h
29 August 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MINING MARKET.

THE MINING MARKET.

DAWUTL'S TULbRctas- LONDONt FRIDAY. -Although t~he minin~g market leaves off good, and at a decided imsprovemnent compared with the early quotations, prices have not quite recovered even to yesterday's figures. The fact is that prices went ahead too fast durinig the past fortnig
29 August 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland