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BELFAST EVENING TELEGRAPH, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1881.

BELFAST EVENING TELEGRAPH, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1881.

pranks than these. —Warehousemen and Drapers" Trade Journal.
September 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LOCAL PROGRESS.

LOCAL PROGRESS.

The latest addition to the many evidences of industry in our midst is the erection of another of those splendid new warehouses of which Belfast is so justly proud, the site being in Victoria Street, immediately opposite the end of Upper Church Lane. The building has a frontage o
September 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NINE HOURS’ MOVEMENT.

THE NINE HOURS’ MOVEMENT.

The movement which has jasfc been sot on foot by the Associations of Railway Servants o! the Three Kingdoms for a redaction of the period of work nine hours day is likely to lead to considerable objections from boards of directors. is no uncommon thing at present for signalman,
September 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STATE OF TIPPERARY.

STATE OF TIPPERARY.

A Tullaraore telegram says there arc now over two hundred extra police in Koscrea, County Tipperary, and the state of things there is rather alarming. One of the police struck on Monday night is serioualy hurt. The Emergency labourers arc cutting the hay of a landlord who was bo
September 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION.

THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION.

The jubilee meeting of the British Association was opened yesterday evening York. Sir John Lubbock, Bart., M.P., the president-elect, in his inaugural address, dwelt upon the progress of different branches of science during the past half century. Over and above the immense accum
September 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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THE CONDEMNED PACHAS.

THE CONDEMNED PACHAS.

The Daily Telegraph Vienna correspondent says :—A short time ago I announced the arrival at Jeddah of the Turkish steamer Izzedin with the condemned Pachas on board. It appears that they each had their own cabin, which was closely guarded. The same afternoon as they reached Jedd
September 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AN OVER-STUDIOUS CHILD.

AN OVER-STUDIOUS CHILD.

OVER-STUDIOUS CHILD. A child, aged three years and ten months, died London the other day from congestion of the brain, brought on over study! The poor little fellow was very fond of school, and, though perfectly well in health, became deliroos, always talking of his lessons and s
September 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE QUEEN'S SMILE.

THE QUEEN'S SMILE.

The Queen does not often smile in public, especially in England, but the Royal countenance relaxed, pereforce, into an expression of the most intense ami genuine amusement at the frightful and most unearthly yells of the Inflexible foghorn, which can heard twenty miles sea. It s
September 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JOHN BROWN

JOHN BROWN

The construction has lately been finished of a residence which the Queen has built for Mr. John Brown within the grounds of Balmoral, but which that fortunate subject has not yet occupied. It spacious and somewhat plain square raknsion, occupying pleasant situation in the centre
September 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WICKELMANS

WICKELMANS

GROUND SNOWFLAKE CORN, SI'PERI Article of FOOD, ready at all times for family use, is already established for its remarkably healthful and nutrition? qaali* ties. Perfectly pure, wholesome, delicate, tasty, economical. Delicious food and dej-sert for Ilia healthy, robust, and str
September 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland