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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

Wind-DE.N.E1, ARRIMTD AT THIS PONT ON THE: BOTH INST. The as Anglian, Walsh, from Rqo4terdam, with a general cargo; to order; J. C. Pinkerton, agent. The ss Bruce, Graham, from Paisley, with fire- clay goods. COAL-LADEN VESSELS. The ss Black Diamond, from Troon; the es Glengarno
August 31, 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

- ?? 10 HOUJSE OF LORDS-SqATtRiAY. TnE closing ceremony of the session was un- usually dull and unattractive. At halfipast oue o'clock-the hour fixed for the meeting of the peers-there were only four members of the House present, but there were, as is custonary Oil such ocoasion
August 29, 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FAISHION. TEE COURT. BAtMOR.AL, Sucmko.-The Queen, accompanied by Princess Beatrice, walked in the grounds of the Castle yesterday morning, and drove with the Princess in the afternoon. According to present arrangements, the Prin- cess Louise returns to Caniada on Octob
August 30, 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE FRENCH IN TUNIS.

THE FRENCH IN TUNIS.

ANOTHER ENGAGEXENT. [DTLY MELEGaRIM TELEAtL], VIENNA, SUNDAY NIGaT.-In the best informed political circles of this city it is anticipated that within the nest fortnight news of grave import- ance in connection with the XFrench campaign in North Africa will be forthcoming. We. ar
August 30, 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST RIFLE ASSOCIATION.

BELFAST RIFLE ASSOCIATION.

YESTrmD.Ar, eleven members of the above associa tion competed for the Graham medal. Tho weather was very unfavourable, rain fallin con tinuously, and a nasty front wind Soiniewbht puzzled the competitors. Considerable intere attached to this competition, as Messrs. brail, waiteD
August 30, 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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BELFAST EVENING TELEGRAPH, TUESDAY, AUGUST 80, 1881.

BELFAST EVENING TELEGRAPH, TUESDAY, AUGUST 80, 1881.

EDUCATION. WANTED, by two Young Men, Gentleman competent to teach Classics thoroughly, or would join class with a limited number of students. Address box 10696, this Office. ORPHEUS Singing Class (for Gentlemen) will Re open on Tuesday Evening, August 30th. Terms, Ac., on applic
August 30, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WANTED, Errand Boy. Apply at 52, Castlereagh Street, Mountpottinger.

WANTED, Errand Boy. Apply at 52, Castlereagh Street, Mountpottinger.

August 30, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WANTED, a good, tidy Thorough Servant, able wash and do up well; must be well recommended; a Protestant. Apply 7,

WANTED, a good, tidy Thorough Servant, able wash and do up well; must be well recommended; a Protestant. Apply 7,

Shankhiil Road, between 2 and 6 o’clock on Wednesday. 10727 WANTED, for Ist September, in a small family, a good, tidy Thorough Servant, who washes well; must be well recommended, and a Protestant. Apply, between 2 and o’clock on Wednesday, at Mr. J. N. Thompson’s, 13, Oldpark R
August 30, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WANTED, an experienced Cutter for the Collar trade, who is competent to take charge of workroom. Address box 10783, this

WANTED, an experienced Cutter for the Collar trade, who is competent to take charge of workroom. Address box 10783, this

Office. WANTED, stout Girl, 12 to 14, to mind children, and be generally useful; character unexceptionable. Apply 31, Walnut Street. “Address” (box) means applicants are to apply by letter< andnot personally at the Office. Original Tebtoionuls should never be sent, but copies on
August 30, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOUSES AND GARDEN IN SYDENHAM PARK PER WEEK. GOOD House, Stahles, Byres, Carhouse, and two Yatds, Oatewav entrance, Garden, £2

HOUSES AND GARDEN IN SYDENHAM PARK PER WEEK. GOOD House, Stahles, Byres, Carhouse, and two Yatds, Oatewav entrance, Garden, £2

per month, and few j.cre- of well-enclosed Grazing Land, i required; would suit carman, laundre-s. or dairyman. Apply to JOHN CRAMSIE, No. 10, Waring Street, Belfast. 10823
August 31, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland