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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

I | SPECIAL TELEGRAM. YORK, TUESDAY NIH -nevery sense the YOrk` August Meeting comenamned as successfully ans it promised, The westher was all that could be desired, and the course, instead of being no hard ats tin overnight'reports made 2 out, wee in 'very good erdar. The intere
24 August 1898 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1898.

BELFAST: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1898.

(ESTABLISHED ANNO 1737.) T'd ?? Ro o*tfill,;; i " rw' S_ > A" _ ., . aK_ .K Captain Price, boatowner, Aberdorey, was drowned yesterday throughi the calpsizing, of his boat. A boat capsized yesterday near Carrickfergus, and two men namead M.i'Keown and Bartlett were drowned. Mr.
24 August 1898 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHAKESPEARE AS AN EDUCATOR.

SHAKESPEARE AS AN EDUCATOR.

"When famous London actors come to Birning- horn with high-class plays the tbeatres are, as they s-hould be, crow-ded; but.when less-knomwn artists make strenuous and admirable efforts in the same direction they are not, as a rule, well supported. What are manageos to do but fal
24 August 1898 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ALLEGED LARCENY OF £53 NEAR LISBURN.

THE ALLEGED LARCENY OF £53 NEAR LISBURN.

THE ALLEGED LARCU'2Y OF in3 NEARP LISBURlN. Yesterdliy a, youlng man named George King, cf Isdindkelly, was brought before Messrs. T. D. Gibson, P.Ma. (in the chair) ; M. B. Maelencie, M.D., J.P.; Win. Savwge. J.P. ; and John Laird, J.P., in the Courthouse, Lisburn, charred on re
24 August 1898 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PETTY SESSIONS.

PETTY SESSIONS.

HoLywoonl.--At a special court of petty sessions held on the 22nd inst. before Archibald Dunlop, I 1.D., J.P., two men namned Frederick Stolne and George Gilmore were charged by Conhaxlc Robert Herron with deserting fromn the 2nd Battalion Royal Fnsiliers. The men, who were priv
24 August 1898 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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PETTY SESSIONS.

PETTY SESSIONS.

AmAGs.m-This weekly court was held yesterday, before Messrs. Norman L. Townsend, REM. (Cre. siding). Arthur Nelson, J.Pi; WilliamT John Best, J.P.; Thomas Knipe, J.P.; and Henry Hillock, J.P. Head-Constable Stuart charged Mrs. Anne M'Kinney, of Linenball Street, with a breach of
19 August 1898 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BANBRIDGE FARMING SOCIETY.

BANBRIDGE FARMING SOCIETY.

I BANBRJIDGE FAUJMING SOCIETY. I ANNUAL SHOW. President-Thos. Ferguson, J.P,, Edenderry, Banbridge. Vice-president-G. Crawford, Balhlieey, 14anbridge. Treasurer-M. Edwards, Northern Bank, Banbridge. Honorary secretaries-H. Ferguson, Edeaderry Contane, Basnbridge; H. Edwards, Nort
3 August 1898 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

, BY rRIVATE AND ORDINARY WIRES. HOUSE OF LORDS. YrSTERDAY. The House met shortly after three o'clock. ROYAL ASSENT. hie Royal assent was given by commission to forty-two public, private, and provisional order acts, including the followingy': -Consolidated Fund (No. 2), Locomotiv
3 August 1898 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH STOCKS AND SHARES.

IRISH STOCKS AND SHARES.

I i BELFAST STOCK EXCHANGOE. TC1051)AY VENIses, 2-;n ATIOUST, 1898. Business On the Stock Evchange has been fairly good to-day, and quotations continue steaidy. Railway stoalcos are quiet, and no transactions have been recorded in -these to-day. Bank shares continue firm. Belfas
3 August 1898 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE STEAMER LUCANIA IN A FOG.

THE STEAMER LUCANIA IN A FOG.

IHE, STEAMER LUCANIA IN A FW.j OMAZSIONS NARRX LOWIX' AVEWLWJ*. PECIAL TLiE&B.AM. QUrsvSTOWW, OrDAY-Our h Nevw York mif ad- viee cd the 30th t. sate tint the LAcania, bound ?? front Qneenstowm, was comillg dowrn ihe AIaaan eaSt. *S was four days out, and making up for oet time. U
8 August 1898 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland