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THE CORN TRADE.

THE CORN TRADE.

London, Monday. The ?? Expiwes of this day ?? weather, after many and great fluctuations, has taken a wintry form, with a fall of snow in many parts. The increase of moisture has been everywhere wel- comed, excepting in those localities where there have been severe floods. Europ
1 December 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DR. H•Y W AND' B NEW DISCOVERY _

DR. H•Y W AND' B NEW DISCOVERY _

THE TREATMENT AND MODE OF CURE. HOW TO USE SUCCESSFULLY, 4 eueseed. Is all of lora ss , fractional derawsaients Arai want...err erase, despondeney, Implore, f shoossisocalar lora of at:saga, of ale n, of ppieer, Primp of federation. ie., de. WITHOUT MEDICINE NEW MODE It-AIIIIIIA
5 December 1874 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
NEWRY MARKETS—Ter MAT.

NEWRY MARKETS—Ter MAT.

BOROUGH MARKET OFFICIAL RETURNS. Needham Street Eae —(Graiu nd Pork).—The total quantity of grain bronght to ntarket during the week ending Thursday, 3r,1 inst., 315 hags wheat, 3,297 bugs oats 133 bags barley. The total number of pigs sold in market this week 379 ; of grass-see
5 December 1874 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE WOOING AND THE WINNING OF AMY O'NEILL.

THE WOOING AND THE WINNING OF AMY O'NEILL.

A WINTER NIGROT ' S NARRATIVE. "Good wine needs no bush," and a good, genuine story needs no prolix introduction. I am not like Canning's "needy knife-grinder," in the "Anti-Jacobin," who anewered the eager patriot with—" Story I God bless you! I have none to tell, sir!" Now, I
5 December 1874 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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5 December 1874 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
blow, that he upset the ink; and, to add to his I mortification, he heard a roguish chuckle, which the

blow, that he upset the ink; and, to add to his I mortification, he heard a roguish chuckle, which the

young girl vainly strove to reprcae. ha rage then found vent in words. "Of all infernal—" "0. fie, Aylott I What's amiss ?" "Why, just this I" fiercely retorted he. "Whenever I am in the heat of my noblest efforts, you are sure to creep along and murder all. It's too bad—'twould
5 December 1874 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
MEN p I .c EZt , : t S , COCOA liii. This. , I. t P AItD L E

MEN p I .c EZt , : t S , COCOA liii. This. , I. t P AItD L E

B B MEDAL at the VIENNA EXHIBITION. Bewsre f Imitations. Observe Trade Marks and Real Name. - ESSENtfE Or COCOA BOLD IN IV ;lb. and jib. The 24 per lb. AWARDED MEDAL at the VIENNA EXHIBITION. Beware of Imitatiovul. Observe Trade Marks and Real NAM&
5 December 1874 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
DIPLOMA OF MERIT, VIENNA, 1873. GOODAL L'S QUININE WINE. The MOIR MAIMABLE {Attic yet introduced.. For the relief of Indigestion,

DIPLOMA OF MERIT, VIENNA, 1873. GOODAL L'S QUININE WINE. The MOIR MAIMABLE {Attic yet introduced.. For the relief of Indigestion,

General Debility, and Loss of Appetite. it is Reemnmended for of its by del Food Joarnal, Arthur Hill Hanel, M.D., Wentworth ; L. Scott, Esq., E.C.S., F.A.S.L. gm. Sold by Grocers, Oilmen, and Chemists, in large Bottles, at Is. Is ltd, tts, and gs each. Prepared by HOODALL, BACK
5 December 1874 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
0 Some works are to be Mated, some read and digested."—Lord Bacon. "Experience, with instruction, is tho best way to

0 Some works are to be Mated, some read and digested."—Lord Bacon. "Experience, with instruction, is tho best way to

perfection." " A wise man will hear and wal increase learning; and a man of understand , ig, shall attain unto wine cor isel."—Airrg Solomon. " Day br age day; month, month; and year the year." -- Joist Published, TILE LETTER WRITERS' ALMANAC," And Year Book of Useful Knowledge
5 December 1874 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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5 December 1874 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland