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THE LATEST WINTER FASHIONS. -- FOSTER ct CO. BEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEY HAVE COMPLETED THEIR PURCHASES IN LONDON and

THE LATEST WINTER FASHIONS. -- FOSTER ct CO. BEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEY HAVE COMPLETED THEIR PURCHASES IN LONDON and

the various English and Scotch Markets. All Departments are fully Stocked with Rich and Fashionable Goods. DRESS DEPARTMENT.—A large variety in the most approved Styles and Materials. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.—An immense assortment of Straw and Fancy Goods, Millinery, Bonnets, and H
1 December 1874 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
LAMPS! LAMPS! LAMPS 1! ALARGE STOCK OF NEW IMPROVED PETROLEUM LAMPS, From 74 to 50s Each. Mao, OIL, WICK, CHIMNEYS,

LAMPS! LAMPS! LAMPS 1! ALARGE STOCK OF NEW IMPROVED PETROLEUM LAMPS, From 74 to 50s Each. Mao, OIL, WICK, CHIMNEYS,

&e., &e., &e. MILLIGAN & CO., HOUSEFURNIS HERS, 54, HILL STREET, NEWRY. N.B.—For the coming season we have just to hand • large and well-assorted stock of HOLSECLOTHING, comprising SUITS, SHEETS, ROLERS, GIRTHS, LERSINGLES, RUGS, &c., &o. MILLIGAN le COMPANY.
1 December 1874 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
O'CONNOR POWER, ESQ., M.P., WILL DELIVER A LECTURE IN THE ASSEMBLY ROOM, SAVINGS BA.NE, on WEDNESDAY, 2nd December, 1874. Subject—"

O'CONNOR POWER, ESQ., M.P., WILL DELIVER A LECTURE IN THE ASSEMBLY ROOM, SAVINGS BA.NE, on WEDNESDAY, 2nd December, 1874. Subject—"

Martyrs of Irish Liberty." Admission—Front seats, Is 64; second do, Is ; third do, 64. Doors open at SEVEN o'Clock. Lecture to commence at EIGHT. THE HAMILTON TESTIMONIAL. H E FRIENDS OF MR. ROBERT SCOTT 1. HAMILTON are particularly requested to send their Subsoriptions before S
1 December 1874 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
MUSICAL AND LITERARY ESTIRTAINMKNT IN TEE • RAVINGS BANK.

MUSICAL AND LITERARY ESTIRTAINMKNT IN TEE • RAVINGS BANK.

The members of the Newry Presbyterian Young Men's Association, assisted by a number of lady and other friend, gave a musical and literary entertainment in the Savings Bank Assembly Room on Tuesday evening. The attendance was large, the room being well filled. The Rev. J. C. Ferr
3 December 1874 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
menu of saving her life, and your uowortby

menu of saving her life, and your uowortby

soul" " Much obliged! You are inclined to be complimentary, I perceive; tint to tell the truth I never did have much of a fancy for crazy folks, and if there is anything of the kind about Kitty, it is probably hereditary and would have shown itself sooner or later. I don't think
3 December 1874 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
DECEMBER, 1874. ROYAL MALL ROUTE TO ENGLAND. NORTH LANCASHIRE STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY the Lancashire and Yorkshire, sod sod North-Wastern Railways.)

DECEMBER, 1874. ROYAL MALL ROUTE TO ENGLAND. NORTH LANCASHIRE STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY the Lancashire and Yorkshire, sod sod North-Wastern Railways.)

trY A V Th if AI L STEAMERS TO AND PTAK FLEETWOOD DAILY (Sundays excepted.) ASTE AMER (THOMAS DCGDALE, (new steamer), PRINCESS OF WALES, ROYAL CONSORT, or PRINCE ARTHUR) leaves BELFAST for FLEETWOOD EVERY EVENING (Sundays excepted), at 7.45 p.m. (Irish Time), or as soon after as
3 December 1874 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Lir Last Train for Steamer from Fleetwood— Preston, p.m.; Manchester, 6-25 p.m.; Liverpool, 5-30 p.m.; Leeds, 4-25 p.m.; Birmingham, 1-45

Lir Last Train for Steamer from Fleetwood— Preston, p.m.; Manchester, 6-25 p.m.; Liverpool, 5-30 p.m.; Leeds, 4-25 p.m.; Birmingham, 1-45

p.m.; London, 11-0 a.m. This Company is not responsible for errors or alterations in Trains. Should the Steamer arrive too late for the first Trains from Fleetwood. Passengers will be forwarded by Special Train to Preston, Manchester, and Liverpool, if there are no Ordinary Trai
3 December 1874 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE LATEST WINTER FASHIONS. -- FOSTER & CO. BEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEY HAVE COMPLETED THEIR PURCHASES IN LONDON and

THE LATEST WINTER FASHIONS. -- FOSTER & CO. BEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEY HAVE COMPLETED THEIR PURCHASES IN LONDON and

the various English and Scotch Markets. All Departments are fully Stocked with and Vseilonable Goode. DRESS DEPARTMENT.—A large variety in the most approved Styles and Materials. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.—An immense assortment of Straw and Fancy Goods, Milliner, Bonnets, and Hats. A
3 December 1874 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
WINTER WOOLLEN CLOTHS TO MOD I BEG TO INTIMATE TO THE PUBLIC that I have rece:ved my Winter [Rock of

WINTER WOOLLEN CLOTHS TO MOD I BEG TO INTIMATE TO THE PUBLIC that I have rece:ved my Winter [Rock of

CLOTHS, IN ALL THE NEW AND MOST FASHIONABLE MATERIALS, Comprisinl Black and Blue Beaver, English, Irish, ard Scotch Tweeds ; Wet Trish Frieze for Ulster Coats, Black and Blue Glenlyans, Worsted Castings, all of which will be sold at the smallest remsneratire profits. TWEED SUITS
3 December 1874 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
• 187 4. PUB E AND SWEET COD LIVER OIL (EXTRA FINE), Exceedingly pleasant, almost free from Teat. sal Smell.

• 187 4. PUB E AND SWEET COD LIVER OIL (EXTRA FINE), Exceedingly pleasant, almost free from Teat. sal Smell.

Imported and Sold by S. CONNOR, APOTHECARY. HILL STREET, NEWRY.
3 December 1874 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland