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FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

AFGHANISTAN. BOnir.IV, MONDAY.-It is reported from Canda- bar that the soldiers who accompanied Ayoob Khan from Hecrat have refused to advance to- wards CabuL [TTE=S TELEGRSAn.] CArctrrrA, Sim-oxDT_--There has been very little news from Afghanistan during the past week. The repo
August 16, 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WEATHER.

THE WEATHER.

THE WEATHE1R. Tnrtfollowingforecasts, referring to tire weather of the ensuingr twventy-four hours, were issued ty ?? Department, London, yeiur. day evening:- .{Light breeze, veering from 0. Scotlan(l, N. south-west ill the mom- 1. Scotland, E. .. lng to north-west later; dull, d
August 16, 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

0YftALMA7L ]ZOIT3I' TO ANI) F 20! N1IM ,I~-loT aucI 1'1.LTV u0) IS.T~am1Ui,'I ,,Id dl ~- ?? I'd TorlLhoi. anio LooO I1 Q 1111( North I1 T; 011i.h1 'l6"onIijlSl1loo f Wu1as. JI, ry Eveninug 2)uuidlivi, iIL l.T iill ?? Jtpn~. Oz-o oonate Il, i, 10210A0(11 li il,,pun~. F LIlJ JVN1 U
August 15, 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

'- THE MARQUIS 6F LORNE'S TOUR. PorT E.LLICE, WTNYTEG, Al1. I3.-Trhe.M'zqi5r of Lorne arrived here to-day, and spent-the after- noon in counoil with the Indian chief Salteaux and the Sioux. This was his first meeting with any great gathering of the Indians. About 500- Indians alt
August 20, 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

I DUBLIN SHIPPING LIsT-.Y7SruTz&DY. WIND-Westerly, moderate, and cloudy. Barometer- 1!9.65. AiaaxvAIS -Foreign steamergi-NiL Foreign sailing ye4sels-N1L SWe=. collifers-Ni!. Steam coasters- Rose and Duke of Sutherland, Holykead, goods; Lily and Edith, HolyheA, do; St Patrick, Li
August 17, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LORDS AND THE COMMONS.

THE LORDS AND THE COMMONS.

THE LORlDS AND THE C051310M.. I / ?? Fln (C 11~ rr M4 -, \ (From thc "TImEs ?? The House oi Commons wvr- thronged ye>edaP when the orders of the day were read, ?? as. if it bad been the middle of June inoteadcofth middle of August. Mr. Gladstone was welcomed Iwith ringing aud rep
August 17, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REVIVAL OF HOME INDUSTRIES.

THE REVIVAL OF HOME INDUSTRIES.

I TO rax1 EDITOR OF THX FRNSEAMf. SirmYour leader on this all-essential subject a couple of days since suggests very important mat- tsr for practical consideration, and I shall be olbliged if you wiln ?? me to attempt to deve- lop the suggestion in your columns. The spievaing in
August 18, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: THURSDAY, AUGUST 18.

DUBLIN: THURSDAY, AUGUST 18.

CT- hte reculaln'- htl a!.i I UBLIN: THUrSDAY. AUGUST aS. An Thpress Van. carring CPIC t the | "Freeman's Jouraa;," raus e"c " iaornln5 as Dal'Un ~~~5 0 a.m. -Siilorgan 5 40 lay ?? ?? 625, 6 45 YISTrdr DAY, in the House of Commons,was dc- voted to all Irish subject of the most en
August 18, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

I FoRtEIGN TE LEGRAMS. I (By Oraiter's and rdinary Telegraph.) DESPEIRATE CONFLICT WVITH . 4GUlTEAU. U washinaton, Wednesday, 5.30 p.m. Guiteau, the President's would-be assassin, aiad a desperate fight this morning with his guard, who thought his iuovenients suspicious and enter
August 18, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AN EXTRAORDINARY CASE.

AN EXTRAORDINARY CASE.

AN EXTRAORDINAR.Y CASE.j In the ?? Poce Court yes'terdy, before Dr. M31'Blaine, Dr. Reuben Aliasder, 16 1'ewgroveavenue, Sandymount, wms summoned by William Cassidy. 23 Lower Mlount-.tr6et, by Mrs. Mdary Rubin- WoI, of the Shelbourne Hotel, Stephen's-greem, widow, his next friend
August 20, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland