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FATAL ACCIDENT ON THE NORTH-WALL EXTENSION.

FATAL ACCIDENT ON THE NORTH-WALL EXTENSION.

I FATAL ACLIDEN i ON THE NORT'H-WALL I I ' EXTENSION. Yesterdgy Dr. Whyte, City Coroner, heldan in- quest at 3oe West-row on thebdygof the boy 3Mi- ?? who wasz killed by being run over bya railway train on Frijdeay at the Northern llaiilway portion of the Dortli-Wall ectension. M
August 16, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARKET INTELLIGENCE—YESTERDAY.

MARKET INTELLIGENCE—YESTERDAY.

MARKET INTELL[GENOE-YsTERDAX. (n3 TELECOPAPL) LONDON PROVISIONS--AUGUST 15- Butter- Qxulat market for all descriptions of foreign. Friesland, I2stoe 130N; finest Kiel and Dardsb, 130. to Mi b; Normandy, IIOs to Mas; Jersey, 98s to 110s; American nominal, In the absence of suppile
August 16, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SILENCE OF CLARE.

SILENCE OF CLARE.

I ILESCE OFt' CLARE. 0? fIR ED SXMA T. August 14. i>a gn Sin-Again OCarersen, away from ?? abs.- contvy. are reproached for the silence : crnea at Drome. We are taunted with the .-,ost in tb present struggle to reinstate Irish- mrs in tte land of the:r forefathers Clare has De ,c
August 16, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STOCKTON RACES—THIS DAY.

STOCKTON RACES—THIS DAY.

I STOCKTON RACES-Tais DAY. AtUIrVALS. Advance Lady A'rn Laily Stuart A Z.ItC o S lver Bull Mairi Sc6 apps Dowipour Siw3rd Nrcissrils lte VkIing Novice Evening Chimes Quarteronno Cucamus Sapploro }t lnversrael ?? io abel Poriperiril it JLawnibiiter illa ri Scncr: Lrearirei Alc:aal
August 16, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SIM M.IKKET.— >cnt about 825 bag* w*.!, which ni"t ready »»ie. competition Wing very brisk pnees much iu advance previa,,

SIM M.IKKET.— >cnt about 825 bag* w*.!, which ni"t ready »»ie. competition Wing very brisk pnees much iu advance previa,,

Italian, from 13a to 17»; perennial, from 15* tole-? pet ewt»
August 16, 1881 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

SPORTING ANTICIPATIONS. (BY WarlAL ril-MBAM.J London, Monday Night. The following are my selections for to-morrow:— STOTKTOS MKKTISC. Stockton Handicap—Novice or Haoioaoopc South Selling Stake* -Cuciunis. Biennial Stakes—Lucy <■ litters. Cleveland Stakes—Puraebearer. Harry Fowle
August 16, 1881 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TIMBER, DEALS, AND SLATES,

TIMBER, DEALS, AND SLATES,

WE are now Diecharging,ex s.e. FAIR HEAD, from Riga, 2,211 Pieces RIGA DEALS, IS and feet arerago, which we will sell cheap ex Ship. have also in stock Quebec and Miramichi Spruce and Pine Deals, Oak, Elm. Red and Yellow Pine, Pitch Pino. Memel and Waney Board Pine Timber; Port
August 16, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ALLEGED THREATS AGAINST LORD SALISBURY.

ALLEGED THREATS AGAINST LORD SALISBURY.

LosijOs, Monday, anonymous poet-card was received Saturday the Hatfield police, intimating that attempt tho life Lord Salisbury a party Irishmen in Bonnondeey was in contemplation, and both the mansion at Hatfield and his Lordship’s residence in Arlington Street were watched; bu
August 16, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEWRY.

NEWRY.

Yesterday was generally regarded as a holiday and large numbers of country people visited Nowry There was no procession, but in the afternoon Land League meetings were held at Hilltown and Mayo Bridge. As at Drominteo, on the previous day, the resolutions adopted at the Newry co
August 16, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRESSYTBRIAN CHURCH.

THE PRESSYTBRIAN CHURCH.

SusrrßNTAnoN Fond of the Free Church. —At meeting of the Comraispion of the Free Church, last week, the Rev. Dr. Wilson intimated that at the end the first two months of the present financial year there was increase of £2SO by the congregations to the Suetentation Fond; but a co
August 16, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland