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COUNTY DOWN ELECTION.

COUNTY DOWN ELECTION.

GrRaEr DEMONSTEArION eN DROXoARE. Daoxosz, FP1DnA. TNE largest and most influential meeting ever held in the loyal town of Dromore took place last night It was reported during the day that the Conserva- tive electors of this division of the county were to hold a meeting. In the
7 February 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CONTESTED ELECTIONS ALREADY DECIDED:—

CONTESTED ELECTIONS ALREADY DECIDED:—

CONTESTED ELECTIONS ALREADY DECIDED: Chatham election was declared as follows on Sa- turday --Admiral George Elliott, Conservative (anew candidate), 2,1332; Mr. Arthur Otway, Liberal (former menaber), 1,463. Burnley borough ?? of poll, official declaratiou-Mr. Lindsay, Conservati
2 February 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. DISRAELI AT AYLESBURY.

MR. DISRAELI AT AYLESBURY.

Mr, DISRAELI AT AYLESBURY. I [81ICCIAL TiCLRKGjAii. ON Sa.turday aftiern;-oon, mr. Lirsraeli addressed a cra, wtd meetirg of kis conetatuenta in the Corn Exeb~age, Aflea.Jry. The right hon. gentleman ba; previonasy ( wn' :1 with the faruscra anid others freccentsing the Aylesbury
2 February 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE TURF IN IRELAND.

THE TURF IN IRELAND.

SPOflTflGO TES A2CD NOTIONS. [LvY OUR SPECIAL CORRE-SPON5DFNT.] OOUiLON. f icifAT. Tanc yp-r'rut grcci ?? musit ove.r be rgr 3 as 0ont' rU tot :cn't ''(sin tl~o anna's of eet andO tho ?? (if its varied brunlches way juetly ij-c in th'e nai'' 1icei'7hich attendi~ed ?? es i-rx- t'
4 February 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. GLADSTONE'S POLICY.

MR. GLADSTONE'S POLICY.

M.R. GLADSTONE'S POLICY. Tan Liberal Mom, ing Post says, referring to Mr. Gladstone's third and last speech to the 'electors of Greenwich on Monu&y-The grand issoe before the country is no's not, as Mr. Gladstone supposes, a inancial one. The issue i3 ole of cotnhidence in a Gove
4 February 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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MR. DISRAELI AT NEWPORT PAGNELL.

MR. DISRAELI AT NEWPORT PAGNELL.

MR. DISRAELI AT NEWPORI i I PAU-NE LL. [SPECIAL Tr LSGR±i.1 NEwLPO.T P±oN5L, YFEB. 4TH. Taz Right Hon. B. Disraeli dined at the market I ordinary at Newport Pagaoli yesterday afternoon, .and aftcrwards aidliessedl a crowdei meeting of the elcot-ore of Backs. Tbe right hen, gentle
5 February 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY DOWN ELECTION.

COUNTY DOWN ELECTION.

I CTOUNTY DOWN ELEMrION. GREAT CONSERVATIVE DEMONSTRATION IN DOWNPATtICK. DOWSNPATRIICK, WEDNESDAY. 0Oxz of the largest sad most enthusiastic Conserva. tive demonstrations ever held in the ancient and historic borough of Downpatrick took place, in the Market House, last evening,
5 February 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

MIARKETS. I RI S H. BELFAST MA.RKETS-TIlURSDAY, FEB. 5 BOlOUGH rAB RUST OFFICIAL PRICES. GRAI, &MC Per cwt of 112 lbh. ad a d Wheat, ?? 0 0O 0 0 Do. red 13 0- 0 0 Oats, old 0 o- 0 0 Do. new 0 0-10 a Oatmeal, 15 6- 0 0 Barley 0 0- a 0 Beaus 90- 9 6 Peas, per bshl 0 0- 0 0 Grass-se
6 February 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PATTERNS FREE.

PATTERNS FREE.

MOURNING at BAKER ami CRISPS.—BLACK SILKS and BLACK FABRICS for every grade of Mourning, and the best variety the most economical price* In the Kingdom. I'iS, Regcnt-stroet, London, W.— The prices commence at Cd. per yard. r» ' | Accidental Death, £5 weekly during Dii’ahlct I */
4 February 1874 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
WORLD FAMED Rinnn mixtures

WORLD FAMED Rinnn mixtures

Trade Hark,—" Blood Mixture.” GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER & RESTORER SKIN DISEASES, Eruptions, Blotches, Ulcerated Sore Legs, Old Sores, Glumlolnr Swellings, Cnncerons Ulcers, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, liiloo, Carbuncles, Riogwonns, Scnlil Heads, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scarfs, Di
4 February 1874 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland