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20 November 1897 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TALK AND TOPICS.

TALK AND TOPICS.

The visit of the Institute of Journalists to Bel. l-t 11as been the topic, as it has been the event, g; the week. This is the first occasion on which tit Conference has visited this city; but, judo bv the success which has attended it, there is eood ground for believing that it
5 September 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

COR~RESPONDENCF'' = THEd AR.IENlAN ATROCITIES. TO TH5 EDITOR 01. THE BELAST NEWS-LETTER. Snt-In your issae to-day I notice that the Byo Society baa decided to issue a national pro- I test at St. James's Hall against the Constantinople horrors, and societies in the provinces willi
5 September 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRADE OF THE WEEK.

TRADE OF THE WEEK.

BELFAST, F RIDAY EVENING, 4th September, 1896. Bank rate, 2 per cent. The large withdrawals of gold for exportation have not been sufficient to produce any upward ten- deney in the rates current for either short loans or discounts in the London money market, and owing to the sea
5 September 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

PRESBYTERY OF TYRONE. S Oni 8th inst. the Pretbytery of Tyrone met in the i First Presbvterisn Church-Rev. Edward Ekin, M.A., Moderator. presiding. A call was received a] from the congregitatin of Cloullgh. Presbvterv of er Bellymena, to Sir. Bear Diusniore, B.A.. Cooks- f towln
12 October 1895 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

THE COURT. WINDSOR CASTLE, SATURDAY.-The Qneen, ac- companied by Princess Henry of Battenberg, with Princess Victoria Eugenie and Princes Leopold and Maurice, arrived at the Castle shortly before nine this morning from Balmoral. The suite in attend- ance consisted of the Countes
15 November 1897 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

BELFAST MNIARKETS.-SATURDAY, Nov. 13. OFFICIAL rmUC=-WMO.LXsALX. S. d. S. d. Cabbage, per 1 0 0 ?? 5 0 to 16 0 Turnip.s, Swedes, percwt ?? 10- 1 0 Do. Atordeens. nor do . ?? O 7 - 0 8 ?oPotoes-Suttons, per cwt. , 3 9 - 4 6 Do. Maincrops, per d( ?? 2 6 - 3 6 Do. Bruces. per do ??
15 November 1897 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE AMERICAN MARKETS.

THE AMERICAN MARKETS.

NEW YOUR STOCK EXCHANGE. ' NE'W YORK, Novnmurai 13. Butsiness at the Stock Exchangte has been fairly active to-day, the transactions during the two hours reaching about 123,000 listed shares, and bringing , the week's total up so 1,670,000 shares, against 1,670,000 during the pr
15 November 1897 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMISSION ON HORSE BREEDING.

COMMISSION ON HORSE BREEDING.

COMMISSION ON HOiRSE BREEDING. BY Ofl FlW1ATE Wf.E, LoenDoa-, TUsnDAY.-The Royal Conmmissionon Horse Breeding sat again this morning it 12, Han- e!over Square. Lord Dunraven was in the chair,aud | the others present ?? Londonderry, Lord e Ashtown, Lord Rathdonnel, Sir Walte, Gilb
5 March 1897 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SOCIETY TO BRIGHTEN WORKHOUSE INFIRMARY LIFE.

SOCIETY TO BRIGHTEN WORKHOUSE INFIRMARY LIFE.

SOCIETY TO BRIGHTEN WORKHOUSE INFIRMARY IFIi E. ANNUAL MEETING. The third amneal meeting in connection with the Society to Brighten Workhouse Infirmary Life was held last evening in St. George's Cafe, High E Street. A very large attendance included Miss Ewart, Miss Thompson (Mace
5 March 1897 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland