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" VOL. I.—No. 49.1 DEPA RTM EN TS. SILKS POPLINS. BELFAST, FRIDAY, DECE DEPARTMENTS. El ANCY SCARFS. X FLOWERS, AND. RIBBONS. HOSIERY. GLOVES. II ANCY HABER-1 DASHERY. LINENS. o.r CARPETS. . 4, 1874. Chinese • .ered scarfs. 5 inch ...•' , `... 2s and 3s Ild 6 inch ... 4elld and
4 December 1874 - Witness (Belfast) - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRESS. THE RESTORATION OF ST. PAUL'S. Tux Times commenting on a report published by the Executive Committee of the

THE PRESS. THE RESTORATION OF ST. PAUL'S. Tux Times commenting on a report published by the Executive Committee of the

St. Paul's Completion Fund says :—No doubt the marble, the mosaic, and the gold recommended in this report are the most enduring materials,.and can be cleaned without injury; but so large an interior cannot be always in the bands of the cleaner, and the Portland stone, which we
4 December 1874 - Witness (Belfast) - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. Owron is now at Dartmoor. M. Wsassx has resigned the Recordership of Hull. _ _ COLORADO claitns that

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. Owron is now at Dartmoor. M. Wsassx has resigned the Recordership of Hull. _ _ COLORADO claitns that

one-half of its consists of reconstructed invalids. DURING the past year the United States imported 19.864,000 lbs. of tea from Japan. fifty tons of books, newspapers, and pamphlets are sent daily from New York city. IiALTIMORE has a woman resident 70 years old, who made a ballo
4 December 1874 - Witness (Belfast) - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Our Sttm2.

Our Sttm2.

THE CONCEALED WILL. " APPIATON'S JOURNAL."] [cONCI,UDED FROM OUR LAST.] WHEN Mr. Frazier came in to tea that. evening, both ladies received him with greater tenderness than ever. His waistcoat was very perfect; his necktie and conversation delightful; he was a handsome fellow, a
4 December 1874 - Witness (Belfast) - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
T'Or ligii • Chtßirk

T'Or ligii • Chtßirk

• Chtßirk VoL. XXIV.—No. 48. SATURDAY, DECEMBER - .5, 1874. PRICE- . IA( I.
5 December 1874 - Sligo Chronicle - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
TLEPORT Mk 1872 AND Tat PROCEDURE AT THAINUAL MEETING Or ti E SCOTTISH WIDOWS' FUND LIFE ASSURANCE Can non be

TLEPORT Mk 1872 AND Tat PROCEDURE AT THAINUAL MEETING Or ti E SCOTTISH WIDOWS' FUND LIFE ASSURANCE Can non be

by Members tAild tabors on Appal too. The following Statetueuts are extracted from the Report:— BUSINESS OF TUE YEAR. While the Ag..uvica of the Society Cr, confined to tho United Kingdeui.anvl abiletheDirectoraconteaucto the of lives. the Ne• are increaung Irian year to year in
5 December 1874 - Sligo Chronicle - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
MAISKST INTELLIGME. 81100 MARKETS.

MAISKST INTELLIGME. 81100 MARKETS.

INTELLIGME. 81100 MARKETS. Butter, Ist quality, 2nd dn.. 34 do., Beet. per lb., t per lb.. 11;0.7n. lb. American per I , l”ur, stone. Hen Ego, per d 05.... Lock per 111.... oats. per le etona. H trier, per Oen.. P..tatoee. per He). per ton. Oat atm., per t0e.... k per toe. Wool p
5 December 1874 - Sligo Chronicle - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
BECTING AMONG LINES.

BECTING AMONG LINES.

Aneordiag t.l the correspondent at the Advergams, prgoicii of betting among ths wagban of the Upper Tea Ta aanl hag lariats increased of has now become so prevalent 111 1 become •seri••• eril lalics freely their piggies." di wiled win their •• take's" oa coining Pere 111 streely
5 December 1874 - Sligo Chronicle - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
E$ ANTIBILIOUS PILLS. lo use 74 years for LIVER cOIIIPLAINT 4 . In Boles at. 1. 11 , 4 I

E$ ANTIBILIOUS PILLS. lo use 74 years for LIVER cOIIIPLAINT 4 . In Boles at. 1. 11 , 4 I

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5 December 1874 - Sligo Chronicle - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
7 V ANTED — to sail WItolosal• Illootratol Lists own., ED to NUN PELL Diming 14 13. 11.

7 V ANTED — to sail WItolosal• Illootratol Lists own., ED to NUN PELL Diming 14 13. 11.

5 December 1874 - Clare Advertiser and Kilrush Gazette - Kilrush, Clare, Republic of Ireland