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ORANGEMEN OF ULSTER. b&re great pleainre in calling the attention of the Brethren to the Ealabliahment of N. DANE &

ORANGEMEN OF ULSTER. b&re great pleainre in calling the attention of the Brethren to the Ealabliahment of N. DANE &

CO., SI, TOBK BTBF.ET, Aj Fiwt-elaßfl Emporiam for th« Orango Begalia amtabla lot the coming Twelfth. Lodges will supplied at Wholesale Friees. S
4 July 1874 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NAVAL, MILITARY, AND MILITIA PROMOTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS.

NAVAL, MILITARY, AND MILITIA PROMOTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS.

NAY~.TA~ MILITARY, A'-D MILITIA PRO-1 MOTIONS AND APPOIN TMENTS. _ _ _ ?? (By Freera7n Special Wire,) (From Last ligt's Gasette.) Admiralt., 25th June The promotion of ON Brooker, Esq, to be Inspector, Of, M1lachinery Afloat, dated the 18th iustent, has this day been cancalled. A
1 July 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EntCKATION TO ADELAIDE,

EntCKATION TO ADELAIDE,

EntCKATION ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRAI.IA. ASSISTED PASSAGES. Tbs Oosarnmant of Sooth Australia grant Passages to the following persons: 1. Artisans, Agricultural and other Labourers, Miners and Gardener* under years *. Single Pcrnnls DoraeslieSerseota. Widows (with. out Children und
4 July 1874 - Kerry Evening Post - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
faithfully, •* Jonathan Walpole. Esq.”

faithfully, •* Jonathan Walpole. Esq.”

“PH Lbauy. " P S—ln making this eommanication, allow sdd thac I do not mean giving up being a member of tbe Club. P H Tbe Chairman raid no one coaid regret Leahy’s resignation mere than did, for had always gratefully acknowledged hi* attention to. the affairs of the Club. What J
1 July 1874 - Kerry Evening Post - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
AN INTRiteBrINO FAMILY.

AN INTRiteBrINO FAMILY.

Io Tvehizund there is a. rather diner - liable family, whose proceedings for a long time kept the neighbourhood of the town it a fever of terror and antiely. The family consisted of a father. sir eons and a daughter, and these eight individuals managed in the cionree cf a brief
4 July 1874 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
of 'those gib° travelled by Om

of 'those gib° travelled by Om

of 'those travelled by Om orearratteinied him at great Nark The m•gurnrr decided on granting • sic (lay.' .he application of Thomas Feeney, of B•Ilrille, near Dro nor Wri, .0 neat (ordered. Mr Maeniffe (robs a speared brr the applicant) said it was only a mere um's*. This mar bad
4 July 1874 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
MEMORIAL TO THE LATE REV DR. MORGAN.

MEMORIAL TO THE LATE REV DR. MORGAN.

.% memorial to the late Rev. Dr. Morgan has been erected by the congregation of Fisherwick Place Church. and will be completed on Sunday next, so that the public will have an opportunity (4 witnessing it to advantage on that dab. It is situated in the vestibule of the ehureh. be
3 July 1874 - Witness (Belfast) - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ii[Hfxrl'lNG CASE AT CIZAWFORDS- BURN.

THE ii[Hfxrl'lNG CASE AT CIZAWFORDS- BURN.

THE CASE AT CIZAWFORDS- BURN. AT the Bun t ‘or Petty Sessdous on Wednesday, J. E. Bradley was charged with having, on the 24th June. at :I'rawfordsburn, fired a pistol at David Morrow, causing a wound on his ear. Mr. M.Lean prosecuted, and Mr. Gibson appeared for the defence. Mr.
3 July 1874 - Witness (Belfast) - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
YESTERDAY'S TELEGRAMS SPAIN. C;overnmenta ho Ch•

YESTERDAY'S TELEGRAMS SPAIN. C;overnmenta ho Ch•

of the It is. ___dtbata, to the reported correspondence German and l' sit ion taken up Lurch of 1 as t. Rome. HANDSOME LEOACY. Twenty thousand pounds has been it.ft by the late Thomas Bantiqg for building a convalescent home at Worthing, to be called the Banting Memorial. ThE ED
3 July 1874 - Witness (Belfast) - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
500 f. These

500 f. These

3 July 1874 - Witness (Belfast) - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland