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SPORTING.

SPORTING.

SP O RT ING. ,RUOM OOUR OVM C0iii9PO5'DFENT.j Losnwo, SATrUnnAY. Tini bad weather and the defeats of the favourites were very %unoving to backers who assisted at the York August meeting, but more anuoying still was the scratching of Dominic for the Ebor Handicap, the pen being pu
August 30, 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

. TIME FERRY BOATS. TO TIUE EDITOlt O TIN BELF.ASt T =%iW9LLTTEU. SUI-The present disagreeable state of the weather ruust be My e xcuse for troubling you re- specting that great Oonvenience, the steam ferry. It has often struck me that the ferry-boats jhet ho made much more comf
August 30, 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

Maior R. E. Thorold, of the Royal Engineors, has been appointed Commanding Royal Engineer of the Sub.Diqtriot Curragh Camp, in succession to Golonel W. Lennox, V.t., C.B., who has been promoted Major-GCnoeral. Major 13. A. V. Pope, of the 2nd Battalion Con- naught Rangers, has b
August 30, 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS -A REcENT order of the Post Office states that letters addresfed ?? or Fioti. tious Names trill be sent to thz Dead- letter Ofdce, Dublin. Advertisersshould, r iconsequently, give their full and proper names when they desire to receive corn. munications at a
August 31, 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

THE LATE DE. HARDING. IN our obituary column this marnioni ufil be found the name of the late Dr HIarding, Wollington, New Zealand, third soe of the lateo Robert Earding, Esq., Tullamore, Iiug's County' and brother of the Rev. Canion Eardill-, Gilford. We take the following accou
August 29, 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS.

DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS.

The House well situated in one of the principal Streets of Killnrney. and above mentioned originally ronsisted of two houaes. The smaller house, the term of which will expire on Ist MAY. 1883, contains two fair sized looms. The other house, the term of which will expire on Ist M
August 31, 1881 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
•tSTEAK AND DEFEOTIVK SIGHT. Sckotiflcally adapted with aprctaolra iDOMt o( the Optometer, wLicL the exact required. Drainage Lorela. Staff#, &a

•tSTEAK AND DEFEOTIVK SIGHT. Sckotiflcally adapted with aprctaolra iDOMt o( the Optometer, wLicL the exact required. Drainage Lorela. Staff#, &a

post tree. THOMAS MASON, OPTICIAN, 11 ESSEX BRIDGE, DUBLIN tab Its bed 1780).
August 30, 1881 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COAL VASES-10 cent oil last year's stock.—Wm. Ihsc. 26 lane. BoEd: gentleman's rctidenor. between v> sn<l Kewtown: teruu moderate ;

COAL VASES-10 cent oil last year's stock.—Wm. Ihsc. 26 lane. BoEd: gentleman's rctidenor. between v> sn<l Kewtown: teruu moderate ;

cows, carrlaye, tc. —DISI. tills oOlc-a. / NAR—Family oucs de Car. with sot of cushions, lor Sale. Apply at Henry street, Dublin. ACTORS far Wood Turning. -Green and Son, / Steam Bower Works. 7 and Diltus lane.
August 30, 1881 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IN DIQESnON—The MEDICAL REFORM SOCIETY win forward free to ell ApplicmßU Excellent BOTANIC RECIPE for Indjgfition, fillious and Ll«r CoonpUlnU—

IN DIQESnON—The MEDICAL REFORM SOCIETY win forward free to ell ApplicmßU Excellent BOTANIC RECIPE for Indjgfition, fillious and Ll«r CoonpUlnU—

addrees to Uio Sevrciary, Botanic IneUiote*. NotUnzham. IZITCHENMAIO wanta aituatloß. E 00, office. KITCHEN RANGES—Hravy caeUnse. lar*e Th -nue Dockrell. Sons, Uartlo, A Ox, 41 a Rrect, Dublin. KINGSTOWN. Ume»-A cheerful front room, lumiahed a» bed aod silUngrooni; U» per week.
August 30, 1881 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PAIU3 BOURSE.

THE PAIU3 BOURSE.

THE BOURSE. Pasis, Slosoat.—The Course ofened exceedingly flaf. but the tendency improve*) afterwards In sympatbv with I'bces from tbs Slock EhiAange. Freiu-b feentrs Hosnl at nearly Soturdsv's prtcra. Forcisa Stocks followed In ‘he i.k» Fund*, and left off little better than Sat
August 30, 1881 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland