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THE CHINESE CRISIS.

THE CHINESE CRISIS.

The f- 1r7win- - - E: : r - ed : mir !a.- e of The. icolckvilg appeared in our latest. ed~itioll of yesutrnla : - TRE CHINESE CRISIS. ALLILI) FORCES AD- VANICING. JAPANESE £AIN TIlE CAPITAL. 1 FLIGHT OF COURT OFFICIALS, 4 (R'EFOO, ITuesd-.v. Aklthough a -t:;ct censorship has bien
August 3, 1900 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CHINESE CRISIS.

THE CHINESE CRISIS.

WI DESPATCH FROM GENERAL DORWARID. THE DEFEATl OF THE BOXERS AT TIENTSIN. LINES OF COMMUNICATION SAFE.1 IMPENDING FAM11INE. TILL FATE OF TIE SA'iCRED CITY. JAPANEDSE AWAViTING ORDERS. The following tidegram from General Dorwirard wras isa-ned by the India Offlce ycsterdiy evsenin
August 27, 1900 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STRAID INDEPENDENT CHURCH BAZAAR.

STRAID INDEPENDENT CHURCH BAZAAR.

>TflAID IN DEPE\DEN T CFHUCU BZ A2tAR. 'he 72azlar and faney faer in arl or rae r-,nora- linn 'und of th:s ch:m- h w as re-openec aT B:ily- ! i3re 'en the 24th insI. hr ArS. - . P. Bjlair. of T;'a,.vnre. R.rx. TM-trcas KInoxr, rf- Balircliare Meth odist Clureh, r~rt?decd, and re
August 27, 1900 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW ISSUE.

NEW ISSUE.

- 'HOPE 3ROGTERS LfIITED. Thle st'are capital of this company, the pros- pecl'us of which is ad-v-ertised to-day. is £6nO,C00. divid&d into oO.OuO 5 per cent. cumulative yrefe- rence and 60,000 ordinary shares of £5 each. The preference shares are offered at par, and the ordinlar
August 27, 1900 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRETORIA IN 1901.

PRETORIA IN 1901.

PRETORIA TN 1901. On one occasion a certain fo:reign genieral is -,I- Lit leged to -have said Chat London would be a, spien- p did place to loot. If 'that lie, true, then it may 1e 1equall3y wvell said that Pretoria is 'a splendid place C.l ?? Teorganis.e. In 1880, when the, recr
January 19, 1900 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SIR GEORGE WHITE'S HOMECOMING.

SIR GEORGE WHITE'S HOMECOMING.

I SIR GEORGE WHITE'S HOME- I (COMING. WELCOME FROM COUNTY ANTRIM, PRELJYJNARY AkERZLG MT =TS. A county meeting 'Ior the, parnpoe Mf conszider.. ing what, steps should be tae-en to give a fiting- welcome on his homecoming to General Sir George Whit~e, V.0., GOCB.," w~as held in th
May 8, 1900 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PETTY SESSIONS.

PETTY SESSIONS.

PETrTY SESSIONS. KnAD.na-On the 5th instL a special court of' petty sessions was hell in tile his-y-room of the poliee barrack, presided over by Edr. Patrick Y-ug1hes, JdP., when a moiddle-aged teen named Arthur Hughes, formerly residing about. Darkicy. but now of no fixed seside
May 8, 1900 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RAILWAY EXTENSION IN THE NORTH OF IRELAND.

RAILWAY EXTENSION IN THE NORTH OF IRELAND.

RAILWAY EXTENSION IN THE NORPTH OF IRELAND. KINGSCOURT, KEADY, AND ARMAGH 5 1r' C. ~ILC.. LE ttrrnox,, Mora&. -To-day thlis Ni-_l ag-alan caine Z501 -aa elewa iCraI' ~too Of the- lion-c of C~iUo tl.Iil. ?? oy -Mr. De Tatton Loot- tomn -ymea turcluer evr-ien-~- :sLsaken~ The othle
May 8, 1900 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY ARMAGH ASYLUM BOARD.

COUNTY ARMAGH ASYLUM BOARD.

COUN5TY APAGR-i ASY'Ll.* BOARlD. Ycrstere:ay '1e Inor'r se'ng o' ?? l iftbep-o oc Bsvll-am, vinaFh. -ntrip t. - len4env- 1mite t o Gii ; 1) w , ea ,ti n3embers p-reset 7P i~-SeiS n V. J. Ailen. Il'i'a Sinlpson. ?? 7. J. rDesz. TJ. 1} gP. ?? ?? PlI;o JT a; 1 .e! SiMlth, t.P.i etle
March 13, 1900 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

CITY EDITION. .B3MFAST 9'NE'S-t I>.lT:ER OfFELL& 435. STP.AED LONDGN- W.C. TIUFSD-AY MIornipmg, Six o'cldk. THE WARO II LORD ROBERTSS ADVANCE. E THE BOER LOSSES AT DRIEFONTEIN. - GENEILAL CL EjMENATS AT AORE. O BEINIEY MEGAGIED YEAR Fl.OR0TAlS P02Nb T. LATEST ,I EWS FROM IMAFEKIN
March 13, 1900 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland