THE cefaelt 2ebus-lethar, = (ESTABLISHED ANNTO 1737.) )er BELFAST: - TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1870. IN or IN the House of 'Lords, yesterday, the Marquis he of Lansdowne, in reply to the Marquis of Clan- ricarde, said he would have no objection to lay ?? the table certain awards and docum
TiHE PRI E S S. A'r the goeat Conservative banlquet held in Perth, ron Friday evening. Mr. Robert6on, advocate, in proposing toe toast of 'The Press, " made use of somue remarks which are particularly applicable in th:s part of the world. lie said-" This is a very general toast,
SALES BY AUCTION. SALE TRIS DAY. 'AUCTION. DWELLING.HoUSE. SUITABLE FOR OFFICES AND STORES, TOGETHER WITH SPIRIT LICENCE, &c. To be Sold by7 AUCTION, St the MART of JOHN H. GOWAN, George'LaendAtr Place, on SATURDAY, the 5th inst. at Twelve rTHE LEASE OF A HOUSE, SITUATE IN l one
MONNEY iND COMMERCE. [FLOM OUa COMMERAL CORRESPOSDENITj BELFAST, MoONDAY EvxsINo, APRIL 11, 1870. TsE local commrcoial position is very dull, and the genial exuberance of Spring finds no sympathy in the unaltered stagnation of business here. What. ever demand exists for our stapl
r[PRSS ASSOCIATION TELGAM] HOUSE OF COMMONS-YwETSDAY. THE SrPEAER took the chair shortly after twelve o'clock. THE MARRIAGE WIrH A DECEASED Wls SISTER BILL Mr. T. CHAMBERS moved that the House should go into committee upon the Marriage with a Deceased Wife's Sister Bill. Mr. WAL
RICHMOND RACES - YaMEnDAt, [Press MAmciatiOn Telegam]1 The WEIGHT STAlES Of 5 sova escb,with 50 added, for two-year.olds. Colts, Sat I0lb; filies and geld- ings, Sat 61b. Second to receive 10 sona out of the stakes. Grey Stone in (about half-a-mile). Mr. Osborne's Bishopthorpe ?
jTS MARRIAGES, & DEATHS, ;. t B . ris, .\.lt -OQ , U d L ~azwa canrnt be 4-4 *ss3 !1.0 pntrltet &vieg therm are knojo,, at ?? 7 l~ fisxnil rin!gt , C.S sIare, i~ ^the wle o I' annollt. ~ ?? ci tnwu BIRTH S. \14' * , ?? to; ?? S xmrl&er !i,g, Cc. Clrot, the wilte o! i > ?? 0 l ??
THE (ESTABLISHED ANNO 1737.) BELFAST: TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1870. Wz learn from Constantinople that a fearful fire has broken out in Pera. The most impor- tant buildings have been destroyed. Several persons have been killed, and others wounded. The annual sittings of the General Assem