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COLERAINE QUARTER SESSIONS.

COLERAINE QUARTER SESSIONS.

THE; quarter ses;sionrsfor the. Coleraine divisionR of County D~eny were opened yesterday itn the Coulrthoue, by F. C. NEEJIGAW. QO. Recorder of County Denry. The followving magistrates were on the bench -R~ight Hon. Sir H. Hervey Bruce, Rant;, Rear-Admiral Alexander, RM.;K Capt
8 November 1890 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARLBOROUGH BARRACKS, DUBLIN.

MARLBOROUGH BARRACKS, DUBLIN.

EXPECTED VISIT OF TEE PRINCE OF WALES. DuBlN, MONDAY.-His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales will probably visit Ireland this week, in order prituarily'to attend the formal opening of the new Mar2borough Military Barracks. The result of inquiries would go to show that his Royal
6 October 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THEATRE ROYAL—"THE MIKADO."

THEATRE ROYAL—"THE MIKADO."

THEATRE ROYA.L-"THE MIKADO." THE extraordinary popularity of " The Mikado" in this neighbourhood was clearly demonstrated by r the attendance at the theatre last evening, when the opera commenced its third visit to Belfast. In every part the theatre was crowded to the doors, and
6 October 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HINTS FOR THE DAIRY.

HINTS FOR THE DAIRY.

BULES FOR BUTTER~rAgING. ON the occasion of the opening at Keswick of the Migratory Dairy Sohool, at which the opening lec- ture was delivered by Dr. Webb, of the Aspatria Agricultural College, the chairman (Rev. HI. D. Rawnsley, vicar of Crosthwaite) read a dairy rhyme which he
6 October 1891 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUR PRIZE COMPETITIONS.

OUR PRIZE COMPETITIONS.

I COURP PRIZE TITIONS S ?? ?? I IrqqI ?? tiC : I P mn -,In 1 ..j I A Sz tufi t iris, e kouw!e - . :- l es - in olvprrn. PRIZE COMPET;ITION f N o. 182. ! Fr over t'hree year.s past Prizrl have |oeertalproaring- weekly -,n fte Lr.7f:.i t YI-re,`..I .so, iun Ouler to let t'he readel
24 March 1890 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUR LONDON LFTTER.

OUR LONDON LFTTER.

bilL LONDON LVI3TER, bit (11111 i"VILCIAL WIRE Ti Naws-Lsi-r'rsg Oncz, te 1 61, Frem' STIlEFT, ER., WEt IiSDAY NmssT. 3iig gi-cat deft-at which Sir Eceerd War-kin sue- too-ti in the Noose it! Goiniuonst&day in regard ? TI iij?i Itliannel 'Di total Bill vet largely owing to ho' I-
28 June 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCII ,, a ,#UNXTTED STATECS. CoNVInSTIoN OF THE NORTHX AND SOUTH PnalDsnv'rof~ CHRCH~.a- On a recent date the 'Southern Assembly of the ' Presbyterian Church adjbsfi-ed its m~eeting> in Baltimore to join with the Ndr~thefn General Assembly of the Presby.- teri
28 June 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

EDUCATION. 11NIVERSITY, LAW, & MILITARY COLLEGE ll J 5. Coilesre Square East. Belfast. Select .13v Classes have been formed here from 9 a.m. for each of the University, Law. and Military Ex- aminations. These Classes are either taught by the Principal or experienced Teachers supe
14 March 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST: MONDAY, MARCH 14, 1892.

BELFAST: MONDAY, MARCH 14, 1892.

| (d: SiTABLISRED AMNO 1737.) -: | !f B4 1. Iol rt-k Ai I I i: BELFAST: : MONDAY, MARCH 14, 1832. The man named Peter Byrne, jun., who I atetenred to commit suicide, near Forkhill, on Fr'.&y last, died on Saturday. On Saturdlav last a clerk named ASrthur 5Matthew-s committed suic
14 March 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ABANDONMENT OF A LIVERPOOL SHIP.

ABANDONMENT OF A LIVERPOOL SHIP.

ABANDOINUiJET OiF A VIVERPOOL S X I P. 0 : - 0230 NARROW ESCAPE OF TEE c0sW. LIVERPOOL, SATURDAY.-Captain Hanson, the mate, hEr. Thomas Barry, and the second mnate, Mr. Orford, of the ship Glencorse, have been landed at Liveipool by the Pacific Steam Naviga- , tion Company's stea
14 March 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland