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TO MEW TORE FROM THE NORTH OF

TO MEW TORE FROM THE NORTH OF

IRELAND. ANCHOR - The Powerlul Clyile-buik Sleini AlevudrU CalifomU Italia Alaatia Canalla Macedonia Anglia Colan; Nubia Olympia AuMialia Ktbiopia Triaaaia Bolivia Europe Utopia Caledonia India Victoria, LINE. SAIL PROM GLASGOW TO NEW TURK. E«rj kdumoat aad SdkdAT oueenstown to
2 July 1874 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
AMERICAN LIME.

AMERICAN LIME.

UNITED STATES MAIL TRAHER RETVEIOI LIVERPOOL AND PHILADELPHIA. REGULAR WEEKLY SAILINGS. Tbc firal-cltat, full-powered Iron Sttamahip# I'KMMtt LVAMIA , OUIO ABBOrsFOitU *KKILWO«TII IKI’IAKA I H.LIVIII* Are appointed to Sail rakij- from LIVERPOOL. I«DU*A Wedaeaday, Sth •Abbotsfobu
6 July 1874 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
“CANTON TEA HOUSE,”

“CANTON TEA HOUSE,”

1 fc i, ANNE STREET, ENNISKILLEN, EDWAIID GAMIILB, Proprietory Importer of Foreign wines, spirits, TEA MERCHANT. ITALIAN WAREHOUSEMAN, FAMILY GROCER. WANTED TWO APPRENTICES, who will here first-rule opportunity of learning their butinam. THE FINEST TEAS IMPORTED. Dufy Off Sugar
6 July 1874 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE LATE MARSHAL CONCHA.

THE LATE MARSHAL CONCHA.

P*«IS, Monday Etknino.— The deulh of Marshal Concha it regarded here wry important event, not only from » military point of view, but also on political grounds. Marshal Concha enjoyed the confidence of the army, and it is believed it was intended that be thould proclaim Don Alph
6 July 1874 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
UTIBWO or THt WORK.

UTIBWO or THt WORK.

eoo mmmmmlti to oil rtoo»« ooorooßp vo- Ido bio owl oocpowivv wovh - amd ■■■ornoi Ttmm. NovoßkortCto, l»rj. ** Thoroio tbo hoot, oooirof ilorortty Ihot vino opoo mlor.“—Eopiooow'or mad AatMiof Toma. Oetohor 15, U7l. ** It o coooplaoo hoWhoot. oot IT widoip olwohoit mop prowo o t
6 July 1874 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
Da. DE Roo4'

Da. DE Roo4'

riLUL.t; vita;. VRCKTAIILt LIFE PILU Are rapidly inpir ehag nmr all aad th* Md hdl.nl dmggeaahie nedhdan tamarly hy the aaln, which, » saw ■iHgtid. tea fie* easily leaaHsd atcagmil etetacf nitiacatH The rdale \ae, ea ranee# Hcigaann. a*, ia»!nd af taadetiLe inly, acaaabmSSy! anU
6 July 1874 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE COLERAINE CFIRONICLE, SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1874. liirths.

THE COLERAINE CFIRONICLE, SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1874. liirths.

Bresland--At the Coleraine Mc lel Bchc3l, on the 3rd inst., Mrs. James Bresland, of a daughter. Darrah—At 39, Lagan Village, Belfast., on the 26th ult., the wife of Mr. John Harrah (for. merly of Coleraine), of a son. Fisher—At 4, Olphert Place, Coleraine, on the 27th ult., the
4 July 1874 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
PORTRUSH AND GLASGOW

PORTRUSH AND GLASGOW

AND VICE VERSA, TWICE A WEEK. TH E NEW IRON STEAM SHIPS, GARLAND, R 0 S E THISTLE SHAMROCK, LAUREL, MYRTLE, and FERN, or other Steamers, are intended to Sail during the Month of Jul.; 1874, follows : GLASGOW TO PURTRUSH. (Weather and other circumstances permitting). Every Monday
4 July 1874 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Mill. NEWS.

Mill. NEWS.

Qricmrow-i. Com pout atoourt Worro. from Now orriTfJ - brr. at fire ttia alum-• u. land.d niotW.ol.l pruewedwd for Lirerpcxx, Tbo .oaf-r Ol> mpio. from Now York, boo arrirtd baro, oud pro eonlod for tiloagow Carn... Wranrouar.—Tbo North <>• '■ maa Lloyd‘o at. om-r Nockar, from N
2 July 1874 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PEPPEH B GHOST.

PEPPEH B GHOST.

GHOST. For th* pest i»»o we- k* tbia cut. flxii.m -nt has attrsei-d Urge and appreeiatire l-en'e* •• Übost" I atteodMl shadw, mja >fy and axton sb, wb-.l* the sieging of tb* delight* the A ebeog- 111 tb* programme laat night reaalud the atogiug of *c*cral hew songs by Mia* :At ai
2 July 1874 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland