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SOCIETY FOR PROVIDING NURSES FOR THE SICK POOR.

SOCIETY FOR PROVIDING NURSES FOR THE SICK POOR.

SOCIETY 'FOR PROVIDING NURSES FOR THega SlCI( POOR. Tnt!s rsociet~y met yesterday irj their office, No. 2, cc Wellington Plac~e. In thte absence of thxe president 51 (Latdy Ea'art), M1rs. Sinclatir (llepeleld) presided, hr and the other ladies present were -Mrs. Aicken, Cl itmr.
January 31, 1889 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOOTBALL.

FOOTBALL.

PI XT U IB ES. LINFIELD v. CLIFTONVILLE. We bog to direct attention to the advertisement which appears elsewhere concerning, this match. Theso clubs meet for the last timre this season in a friendly game at Cliftonville. The Linfleld play their usual team, and the match should b
February 23, 1889 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LEAVES FROM A TRAVELLER'S NOTEBOOK.

LEAVES FROM A TRAVELLER'S NOTEBOOK.

I LEAVES. FPOj A TRVLLRS NOTE- jB O O K, No. II. MfONTREAL, is { beautifutl city. By the advice of' friends onboard. the Polynesian i masde the St. I:aw-r rence Hall my headquarters during my stay. HEere,, as in almost~ every city of the Domninion, Irishmen are inl the foremost p
October 23, 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FRENCH AND ENGLISH FICTION.

FRENCH AND ENGLISH FICTION.

FRENCH AND ENGLSH FICTION. bo BY OUIDA. an OT Tan complacent self-admiration with which Eng- oh lish writers proclaim thn perfections of coutem- Pt Porary English literature, and its superiority to Wa the literature of every other nation, is irritating uI to those who read their
July 20, 1889 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

MARK A R K E T S. BELFAST MAlRKETS-I IDlfY, JULY 19. B01t01U01 MAIRKETS-OFFICIAL PRiCEs. WHOLESALE. PoRs, VFGmhrwa.aLEs, H&Y, ANrl Sraaw. Per cwt. of 112 lbs. s. .l. s. d. Port ?? 37 0 to 51 0 Potatoei--itruffles ?? .4 0 - 0 ithalla iori- . . . . . -- 2 0 S , rrie0 ?? ?? ?? Ashfl
July 20, 1889 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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LANDOWNERS' & ENGUMBRANCERS' ASSOCIATION.

LANDOWNERS' & ENGUMBRANCERS' ASSOCIATION.

iIN AO oW-NES EN iU-,IJBL&ANCEIRS I Aj soC relAT1N dT YESTERDAtY. a mreeting of tbe lanclowners of the CoLuity Xnrimn wvas hell in the Imperial Hotel. Belfast. for tlbe purpose of electing two doelates yto repre cnt t-hem on rhe as-ociation abore namer). e a There Ia a large atte
September 10, 1887 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

BELFAST BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

I BELFAST BOARD OF GUARDININS. I THE weekly meeting of the Guardians of the Belfaest Union was held yesterday in the Board. room of the Workhouse, Lisburn Road-Sir David Taylor, J.P. (chairman), presiding. the other Guardians present were-*M)esrs. James Thompson, J.P.; Alexander
June 19, 1889 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST HARBOUR BOARD.

BELFAST HARBOUR BOARD.

Tern bimonthly meeting of this Trust was held yesterday in the Boardroom of the Harbour Offlie, Corporation Square. Mr. Richard Patterson, J.P., presided, and there were also ?? John Preston, J3..; Messrs. Samuel Lawther, J.P.; D. B. Lytle, J.P.; It. WV. Murray, ?? T. S. Dixon,
June 19, 1889 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

THE PRESBYTERIANL CHUROH. SPECIAL MEETIgG OF CARRICOFERGUS di PRESBYTERY. Yesterday, at twelve o'clock noon, a special meeting of the Carrickforgus Presbytery was held in the Church of First Carrickfergus, for the pur- pose of considering the request of the Rev. James S White (fo
June 19, 1889 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RIFLE SHOOTING.

RIFLE SHOOTING.

RIFLE SHIOOTING. BELFAST RIFLE ASSOOIATION. ON BMonday last the membors of the above associa- tion met at their range to compete for the Belfast Cup. Mr. John Rosbotham noted as captain for the day. 'J'he weather kept up line, but a strong wind from the rear right made the sbooti
June 5, 1889 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland