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THE VERY CENTRE OF THE TRADE. Length for LADLES JACKET or ULSTER sod Gentlemen's c° COAT and VEST. ' i

THE VERY CENTRE OF THE TRADE. Length for LADLES JACKET or ULSTER sod Gentlemen's c° COAT and VEST. ' i

3 Straight Right s3° SsiL from the Manufacturer, who's in Melo from the eommenee-06CW.. of it. All Wool. No Woollen. Spring & Summer we gilts. Send for Patterns. Prices w:llaatoni.h yon, Parrerrean 1 Parcel.; free.
13 June 1884 - Irvine Express - Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
uli& 11 "1 03 PURITY&F - S l / 4 % , 4e BROWN &POISON'S CORN FLOUR • THE FIRST

uli& 11 "1 03 PURITY&F - S l / 4 % , 4e BROWN &POISON'S CORN FLOUR • THE FIRST

MANUFACTURED IN GREAT BRITAIN Has nearly 30 years world-wide reputation. HAS THE LARGEST SALE.
13 June 1884 - Irvine Express - Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
£5,000 Challenge.

£5,000 Challenge.

THE PROPRIETOR OF Eggo's el HAL LEN GES Toothache Cure. Eggo's NJ MEDICAL MEN, Toothache Cure. Eggo's CHEMISTS, Toothache Cure. Eggo's or any Person in the Toothache Cure. Eggo's World, to produce a Toothache Cure. Eggo's better Toothache Cure Toothache Cure. Eggo's than this WO
4 July 1884 - Irvine Express - Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
THE FALL OF THE YOSEMITE.

THE FALL OF THE YOSEMITE.

THE FALL OF YOSEMITE. In striking contrast to the Falls of Zambesi, says the "The World of Wonders," is a group of water-falls in California. This group consists of five distinct bodies of water, which, though insignificant as regards volume, are yet by many travellers regarded a
4 July 1884 - Irvine Express - Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
There is no Death.

There is no Death.

THERF: is no death ! The stars go down To rise upon faircr shore, And bright in heaven's jswelled crown They shine for evermore. There is no death! The dust we tread Shall change beneath the Summer showers To golden grain or mellow fruit, Or rainbow tinted flowers. The granite r
4 July 1884 - Irvine Express - Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
A Shocking Story of the Northern Isles— Can it be True? A CORRESPONDENT, who gives us his name and address, sends us (Seaman ) the following painful story : . .

A Shocking Story of the Northern Isles— Can it be True? A CORRESPONDENT, who gives us his name and address, sends us (Seaman ) the following painful story : . .

A Shocking Story of the Northern Isles — Can it be True? A CORRESPONDENT, who gives us his name and address, sends us (Seaman ) the following painful story : . . , Typhus fever broke out in North Yell, through the Bending home from Lerwick of. a sick man's clothes. These lay till
4 July 1884 - Irvine Express - Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
IRISH STUBBLE BUTTER. DAVID SMITH, 5 . 7 HIGH STREET, lIAS now received his Winter Supply of STUBBLE-MADE IRISH BUTTER

IRISH STUBBLE BUTTER. DAVID SMITH, 5 . 7 HIGH STREET, lIAS now received his Winter Supply of STUBBLE-MADE IRISH BUTTER

CROCKS FILLED AT A VERY Low Fintins.
4 July 1884 - Irvine Express - Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
IMPORTANT TO ENGLISH LADIES. NO MORE MISFITTING DRESSES. tVERY LADY HER OWN DRESSMAKER. 4. rh e Art of Dress-Cutting Taught

IMPORTANT TO ENGLISH LADIES. NO MORE MISFITTING DRESSES. tVERY LADY HER OWN DRESSMAKER. 4. rh e Art of Dress-Cutting Taught

in a few Lessons by the Scientific System of Square Measurement. al 0 little progress has been tn.& in the would them. In the fleet place, WO Art of Dressmiikim in this Country, we charts cut the same shape for every II e. atural•E ourselves what is the came of measuring the sam
4 July 1884 - Irvine Express - Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
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4 July 1884 - Irvine Express - Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
THE GRAVITY OF THE CRISIS.

THE GRAVITY OF THE CRISIS.

The crisis is grave. We stand by a precipice if we are not hurrying to it, and I cannot console myself with any of those honeyed expresaions about our authority and our standing in the country which afford so much consolation to the noble Earl. I see a situation as grave as the
11 July 1884 - Irvine Express - Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland