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EDINBURGH ALES EDINBURGH ALE PATTISONS7- PATTISON$ PATTISONS' PATTISONS' ALES EDINBURGH ALES EDINBURGH ALES LAWRENCE BRIANT, ?? ?? London, the eminent Brewers' Expert and Analyst, says;- Being in Scotland, I have run over to look through your Brewery. I have sampled your Beers, a
10 March 1898 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST: THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1898.

BELFAST: THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1898.

77?1! BELFAST: THURSDAY, TMARCH 10, 1898. In the House of Commons yesterday Sir A. Forwood moved the second reading of the Com- 'non Employment Abolition Bill. The object of the bill, lie said, was to extend the liability of the employer to injuries that might be sus- tained by t
10 March 1898 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PETTY SESSIONS.

PETTY SESSIONS.

Armerx.-This monthly court was held yesterday before Messrs. Henry B. Murrat, J.P (in the chair), and Campbell M. Taggart, J.P James Keilett, 'Inspector of Factories, summoned Iessrs. J. & H. Boal. linen manufacturers, for a breach of the. Factory Acts. The Court imposed a fine
10 March 1898 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASP1HON THE COURT. WrTYnSor CASTLE, WEDnNesMy. - TIhe Queen and Princese Henry of Battenb-rg drove out Ves- terday afternoon, attended by the Dowager Lady Churclhill. The Ronourable Lady Biddulph had the honour of dining with her 3jajesty. The Queen went out.this morni
10 March 1898 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

BELFAST LJUSTODY COURT-YESTERDA1. Before Messrs. F. G. HoDDEn , R.M., and ALEX. M.ACOLUSONe. CONCEALED WITH INTENT. HIarbour-Constable MIartin charged James Wil- son with having been concealed with intent to com- mit a felony, on hoard the s.s. Malagao. The'pri- soner, wvho had
10 March 1898 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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ZENANA MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION.

ZENANA MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION.

ZENANA TMISSIONARY ASSOCIATION.I A public meeting in connection with the Church of England Zenana, Missionary Association wa3 haeld yesterday. under the presidency of the Lord Bishop of Down :Lnd Connor aad Drotnore (Rev. Dr. 1Wel- land), in Clarence Place Hall. Amongst theo-a pr
10 March 1898 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TESTIMONIAL TO MR. J. G. IRVING VANCE, MANAGER BELFAST BANK, CENTRAL BRANCH, BELFAST.

TESTIMONIAL TO MR. J. G. IRVING VANCE, MANAGER BELFAST BANK, CENTRAL BRANCH, BELFAST.

TESTIMONIAL TO MR. J. G. IRVING VAN CE, MSLNAGPR BELFAST BAY,, CENTERU BBANCH, BELFAST. On the 8th inst. a large number of friends from -Enniskillen and the country assembled in the Pro- testant Hail, for the purpose of formally presenting i to Mr. J. G. I. Vance, lately manager
21 March 1898 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIFE IN AMERICA.

LIFE IN AMERICA.

LIFE IN AMERICA, 'IRE IAALNE INQUIRY. REPORT By SENATOR PROCTOR. ?? TED STATES WAR PRE- PARATIONS. A PROPOSED CUBAN SYNDIOITE. aR ('ABL R. PR03! Orr. OWN COttStESPUNDENT Yaw YesORK, TurSDAY.-It is stated that in his interview with the President. last evening Senator Proctor t nto
16 March 1898 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT BILL.

THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT BILL.

THE, LOCAL GOVERNMENT BILL LONDONDERBtY INFIRMAARY GOVIBNORM ABD THE MEASURE. Yesterdav at the monthly meeting of the Go- vernors of the Londonderry City and County In- firmarv-I-Mr. A. C. Adair. presiding-a discussion took place as to bow the infirmry- would be ef- fected under
16 March 1898 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AMUSEMENTS.

AMUSEMENTS.

AMUSE'MENT S. THEATRE ROYAL. The piece produced at this house last night, en- titled i Cissy." is described as a romantic inusicti comedy. It does not belong, however, to any par- ticular branch of work, and this indefiniteness is one of its great faults. It appears to be an at-
22 March 1898 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland