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FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

FOREIGN TELEGRAMS& THTE PRINCESS OF WALES. LT. PF'TIr.STI;IIG, WEI)NsPn.,ly.-It is ?? tha1t the Princess of Wales will leave for Elngland. some day this week. THE GREEK FRONTIER Q7UESTION' WA'R IMMiNENT. ATISr.NS, Trvsiuy,-The Government having decided to reject the Turkish propo
April 7, 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH, BELFAST.

ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH, BELFAST.

SPECIAL sermons were preached yesterday in St. George's Church, in aid of the chuilch repair fu nd -at morning service by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Down and Connor and Dromore, and at evening service by the Rev. Robert Hannay, D.D. Large congregations were present at bot
April 4, 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

I TdHE TRANSVAAL. OFFICIAL-DENNIAL OF THE SURRENDEB OF PRETORIA. [nY TELoReAPHT.J Tur following telegram has been received from the General commanlldin in Natal to the Secretary of State for War, dated 2nd April, 1881;- FOeIT ArisE, 12-30 ?? story of the Pre- tonri sortie was con
April 5, 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

THUL' PIxPSBYTERIAN CHURCH. CAnTUCal ?? FRFssyxem-This Presbytery met at Ballylinney on Tuesday, when the statis- tics of the various congregations within the Pres- bytery for the pust year were handed in and examined. The commission of Presbytery in charge of Magherarmorne repor
April 7, 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

This Company takes the Risk of Insurance tip tif 0100, 1 100) on each of its Vessels. thus giving Passim• gem the butpcsauble parentse fur safety and avoid%nee of danger at sea. The most southerly route has always been adopted by this Company to avoid lee and Head-lords Farm LIV
April 2, 1881 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 

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AN INVITATION IO simAkrA.l.

AN INVITATION IO simAkrA.l.

AN INVITATION simAkrA.l. F Tire Chairman said he would take it a- r %err great eomplintent to Itim.elf if all the member* of the Board would he kind a:, to take hreakfart with him in the Workhorse, at ten o'idork, on next Thursday. Tu IRMO TUE YI ARDIANs._ crowd of tipl;aril4nf L
April 2, 1881 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
PT J. B. 81118.]

PT J. B. 81118.]

J. B. The Great Grafton-street Mystery was a nine days' wonder. The papers c tme oat with some very minute detal I.!. and the police were perpetually having a cicu to the author of it, bit nothing Came of it. An intelligent racer from Sconsul yard did, l'orrover. saceced in arriv
April 2, 1881 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
wrr AND HUSIOUR.

wrr AND HUSIOUR.

Tutor: IVhat ma you say of the of thonght StudeEt : 44 It Call both be and nut be. For example, the door Intl' there t either shut or open. It can't be both shut and open." 'rotor : 4 4 Give another illustration. - Student : " Well, take the case of anothe door." A lady with a f
April 2, 1881 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
"PROMOTION FROM THE RANKS."

"PROMOTION FROM THE RANKS."

A "PROMIOTION FROM THE RINKS:' S." (BY AN AIIMY SCHOOLMASTER.) 4 Promotion from the ranks is frequently alludedli to and hilhly recomrmenided from sevoril quarters. As at present carried ont it is a delusion and a suare. No young inl:n entering trie arrny, ic m.ttter how well col
April 1, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. FAWCETT AND THE TELEGRAPHISTS.

MR. FAWCETT AND THE TELEGRAPHISTS.

MR. FAWCETT AND TaE TELE- I ~~GIXAPHISTS.I (srCI1Af ThLrG2tAM.) London, Thursdar Evening. The Postmaster-General has issued a ciicutar to the Poet Ofce telegraphists, intitnatmg that he has bad brought to his notice certain statements reported to have been made by officers atmplo
April 1, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland