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DECK-LOADING.

DECK-LOADING.

A on the results of deck-loading in the Autumn months in vessels sailing from British America to this country has just been presented at Lloyds. The document extends over a pen i d of twenty years, during the first ten of which the practice was prohibited by law, while, during t
January 22, 1876 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CRINOLINES FOR IRONCLADS.

CRINOLINES FOR IRONCLADS.

, 1 4ix exceedingly useful experiment is about to be tried u;on her Majesty's turret-ship Thunderer at Portsmouth. Previous experiments with the Oberon, torpedo bulk, had shown the extreme distances at which a mine of gun-cotton would prove fatal to an ironclad—a result, on the
January 22, 1876 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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January 22, 1876 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE IRISH SUNDAY CLOSING BILL.

THE IRISH SUNDAY CLOSING BILL.

Tnz other evening a meeting was held in Liverpool, attended by clergymen of nearly every denomination, in favour of the Irish Sunday Closing Bill. The chair was occupied by Mr. Itathbone, M.P., who gave the Bill his earnest support. Resolutions were passed in favour of the Bill,
January 22, 1876 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MTJEDER NEAR LOWESTOFT.

MTJEDER NEAR LOWESTOFT.

AN inquest was heldat Belton, near Lowestoft, on the body of a woman named Hannah Ives, who was killed on Thursday by a DeighLcoir named Swatman. Two witnesses te whom Swatmaa confessed the murder gave evidence, awl a verdict of wilful murder vas returned againzt her. she was as
January 22, 1876 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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SHIRE.

SHIRE.

FATAL POACHING AFFRAY IN BRECON. 03 Saturday, George King, head-gamekeeper be I Sir Joseph Bailey, Bart., was killed in an affray with poachers. Early in the morning of that day the deceased, who milled in a lodge between Crickhowell and Llangynider, heard some shots fired in th
January 22, 1876 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SAD CASE OF ATTEMPTED SUICIDE.

SAD CASE OF ATTEMPTED SUICIDE.

AT the Thames Police Court, Francis Short, a retired publican, was charged with attempting to commit suicide. Thomas Kenwright, 19 IC, said that on the previous afternoon he was on duty at the Burdett Road, when he was called to the Bow Cemetery by a gravedigger. On proceeding t
January 22, 1876 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A STUBBORN ANTINACCMATOR.

A STUBBORN ANTINACCMATOR.

Ix the Southwark Police Court, Eli Painter, a labourer, residing at Bermondsey, was summoned before Mr. Partridge, by Mr. Alfred Hudson, the vaccination officer ot St. Olave's Union, for refusing and neglecting to have Elizabeth, three years and a-half, and Henry, nine weeks old
January 22, 1876 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST POLICE COURT CUSTODY COURT

BELFAST POLICE COURT CUSTODY COURT

Therein!, (Before E. Omni, ALLEGED LARCENY AT TEE LAT E FIRE. Ann Smith, Alice *Tongan, and Mary Ann Magn OA up on remand, charged nb. n were ou co w intsb b e r p,wmas m 'Grath, with having In their posse/awn a quantity of woollen cloth, and a large uP:inber of damask napkins,
January 22, 1876 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GOODALL'S QUININE WINE. The but for the weak, young, or aged. For parity and strength it stands pre-erainent. It is

GOODALL'S QUININE WINE. The but for the weak, young, or aged. For parity and strength it stands pre-erainent. It is

admirably adapted for Delicate Children. and persons to whose Weise in any ether torn is objectionable. Invaluable for Tic, Toothache, Agee.
January 22, 1876 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland