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BOOTS! BOOTS! BOOTS! TRY BIRNEY'S WHOLMALE AND RETAIL BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE, 71, NORTH STREET, BELFAST. HAVING EARNED THE REPUTATION

BOOTS! BOOTS! BOOTS! TRY BIRNEY'S WHOLMALE AND RETAIL BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE, 71, NORTH STREET, BELFAST. HAVING EARNED THE REPUTATION

OF BEING THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN BELFAST for Bayer., be determined to maintain that position by Making a Good sad Neat Article at Prime that will defy competition. Every description of LADIES', GENTLEMEN'S, and CHILDREN'S BOOTS, SHOES, and RAPPERS to choose from, at BI4NEY'S WAREH
31 October 1874 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
 
REPLY.

REPLY.

Mr Dun FainexteYour kindlAddrems and valuable present, nalooked for and so unmerited, completely overpowers me that I cannot command lansag nk ou . iliciently strong expire heiutf Having gone out and in among you for up. wards of twelve years, and is the social circle experience
31 October 1874 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
 
POETS' CORNER.

POETS' CORNER.

NO WEN TO JEAN BIERS. SOT, M.D., GLASGOW. ti m e i s r ow. with ita gloom. its rain. are leaning Sczabo's o'er; dreamy grove the birds welcome to its Calm htl , tl shore. 11 gang doun to Jean Ben's till tide wines in. rang dour to Jean Beres till the le cones in, !Reg does to Je
31 October 1874 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
 
SCANDALOUS SCENE AT A FUNERAL

SCANDALOUS SCENE AT A FUNERAL

evening, on the occasion of the funeral of an old and respected Protestant inhabitant, named Beide, where remains were being interred in the old graveyard of Parsonstown, a scandalous scene took place. The funeral left the house about four o'clock, followed (or rather preceded)
31 October 1874 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ALLAN LINE OF ROYAL V4ll. STEAMERS. SERVICE. DIRECT STEAM COVMCNICATION Fame BEI FAST TO CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES EVERY

ALLAN LINE OF ROYAL V4ll. STEAMERS. SERVICE. DIRECT STEAM COVMCNICATION Fame BEI FAST TO CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES EVERY

WEDNESDAY. SHORTEST SEA PASALGE. Ftrstelam &emote of this Line are intended to sail from BELFAST for QUEBEC, BOSTON, or NEW YORK, every week. CANADIAN, Wednesday, 95th Sep•., 1874 Steamers .Seed the Moves' S.. P. s ee to Canada, mid 'tree d net root, to the West. rn 8 'tea of An
26 September 1874 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
 
CO-OPERATIVE STORES, 6, HIGH STIES r, BRLPAST. A SINGLE ARTICLE CONSIDERABV LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICE, 03 SIM CO-OPERATIVE PRINCIPLE. so,ooo

CO-OPERATIVE STORES, 6, HIGH STIES r, BRLPAST. A SINGLE ARTICLE CONSIDERABV LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICE, 03 SIM CO-OPERATIVE PRINCIPLE. so,ooo

SILVER ELECTRO-PLATED ARTICLES, AT as 6o EACH, C.mprisiag—Bu , ter Cooler., ToMt Rack., errant Juga, Teaspoons, Half-plat Cepa, Jelly Jars, Mustard Plata, Pepper Cuts" sod an immense variety of Medal Moeda GREAT AND EXTRAORDINARY OPPORTUNITY.
26 September 1874 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
 
NOTICE. Po tr ightly attendance at ARTIFICIAL TEETH AND PAINLESS DENTISFRT, • Teeth extracted Without Pain, without chloro• farm, sod

NOTICE. Po tr ightly attendance at ARTIFICIAL TEETH AND PAINLESS DENTISFRT, • Teeth extracted Without Pain, without chloro• farm, sod

free Dos &arr. TIiACKRAY DAVIS, • 58, UPPER ARTHUR STREET, BELFAST, FIT the best and clumps'. Teeth, ea the Paiute,. eystem, without the extraction of Stamp., o entwine the slightest pie, ea the soft pat. nt °sulfite Lase, ease, nom feet, dur,bility, awl workmaoship, escellwl by
24 January 1874 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
 
LOT 3.

LOT 3.

All that Plot of GROUND on the East side of Oltil HILL in the Town of Bangor, with the Two DWELLINO.HOUSEB and t !WENS tLenoo, fronting the Public Street, and b , undrd en the nre by the Kinorsar ; held from year to year at the yearly rent of £1 61 EL Howes :et at £lB 0 0 bead r
24 January 1874 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
 
WOOLLENS IN GREAT VARIETY. SCOTCH. AND ENGLISH TWEEDS. LANCASHIRE MEDIUM AND SAXONY FLANNELS. LADIES' SHAWLS, DRESSES AND CAFES. INDIA TWILLS

WOOLLENS IN GREAT VARIETY. SCOTCH. AND ENGLISH TWEEDS. LANCASHIRE MEDIUM AND SAXONY FLANNELS. LADIES' SHAWLS, DRESSES AND CAFES. INDIA TWILLS

AND SHIRTINOS. A GREAT VARIETY OF TRIMMINGS, As MILLINERY, BONNETS, AND HATS, IN BEAUTIEI L STYLES. RISHONS, FEATHERS, AND FLOWERS. EVERY VARIEI Y OF UMBRELLAS AND PAII,OOLq. HOSIERY AND GLOVES, all the New Styles for the Season. D URING the Present Bontb the above s O t oot . w
29 August 1874 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
 
UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMER&

UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMER&

OF THE. FOLLOWINO OR OTHER O lorrboleerfull-powered Stesaiebipt will be from Liverpool to New York every WRONESDAT:—. Jamee bowl. ... T. W. ytarmtn. J. a Mors. ... C. J. ... J. Priv., jos.
25 April 1874 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland