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LURGAN QUARTER SESSIONS.

LURGAN QUARTER SESSIONS.

[1*031 OUR UP1OSTILJS. LiRczs, TUSDoAY. Tncs nronJing, nt ten o'clock, H. H. rAMILTON, E-sq, Q C., Chuxirman for the County Armagh, took his oaet in the Courihouse here, an'! reenmed the Lusiness of these sessions. His worship was acoom- paniiedl durlng the day on the bench by t
30 December 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Xlll.—_3l4ro. 3,321 t ::ROAD.}TRA RE M S TION

Xlll.—_3l4ro. 3,321 t ::ROAD.}TRA RE M S TION

30 December 1874 - Ulster Examiner and Northern Star - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE A.RAB'S COFFEE Patented Nth Marc)., 1863. No. 719. OUR PAThNT PROOMS TUB YOLA• TILII ail and aroma, throne off

THE A.RAB'S COFFEE Patented Nth Marc)., 1863. No. 719. OUR PAThNT PROOMS TUB YOLA• TILII ail and aroma, throne off

white 'outlaw retained, ON, Ib.. alb. Canisters, at Si per Ih. SYMINGTON'S PATENT COFFEE, 1., la 2 1. 41. SI la 84 per Pouci. Cur Codi,s are prepared with the Finest Cdio.ory, isir.ura that (Ca public alit appreciate. rowdeumnXitle, Marc Stag llarborongk
30 December 1874 - Ulster Examiner and Northern Star - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NY AND NORTTP'RN STAR, BELFAST, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, ib7l

NY AND NORTTP'RN STAR, BELFAST, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, ib7l

COAL FUND' &Hut, 19111 Dee.. 1874. Haines has Coal Fond Account of IBM 6 6 0 For.ar Orem Duntllb Co. Sir Edward C osy,... John Moor.,Holynood. J. N. ILlohndton. Sons, Ondoe, James !orbit', Sir 'Durum bitClore, But., James P. Corry, M P Jac Ater. liondorroo. J.P., Mayor, Jobu h.
30 December 1874 - Ulster Examiner and Northern Star - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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30 December 1874 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICAN York Borrow has a new political organiTatipn, which may be the forerunner of the party of the future. It

AMERICAN York Borrow has a new political organiTatipn, which may be the forerunner of the party of the future. It

is called the common wealth Club. The pmamble t the constitution recites +hat the members diaatisfled with the c .rruption which now prevails in politics, and convinced that this disatisfaction is not confined to any political party or section of society, but is shared by all ho
30 December 1874 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ONLY PREPARATION

THE ONLY PREPARATION

be places before the Public. 18, New atreet, W.C OPENING NEW PREMISES. “slNOKir MASI'FACTUIiIXO COMPANY 4, DONEGALL SQUARE, NORTH. BELFAST, HAVE to announce that, in order meet the largely increased Demand for their Unrivalled Sewing M ACHINES, THEY have Opened, a Depot, the Sho
30 December 1874 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
OVERCOATS

OVERCOATS

OFFICE SUITS, r Mo, TO SUIT ALL CLASSES. ARNOLD’S 45, HIGH STREET. TRY GAi.BRAITH’S ULSTER TOY AND FANCY PiZAAD. 83, CASTLE STREP,- For the Cheapest and Best Assortment of TOYS AND FANCY GOOuS. Toys for New Year Presents ; New Year Complimentary Cards, The Prices will he found t
30 December 1874 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST EVENING TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBEF 30.

BELFAST EVENING TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBEF 30.

ANHCIP ■ ''D J.IKE. A . . cc .. d bei«een the aa'-ociite tI r- tjoall N.ai'a end oa bsbTi * i***' •' ‘' •*'‘' '* min— .•i-trb.*, 1 the r roll re--’ ;« r • *u»l tof • • r Mr. ** ti fe*, I-'ha *o' tbo -rhi’ra’i which wait* fie- hv M- th-r-i , '.t P ai*-iu nof|) emaßterh’a '3!a* .>
30 December 1874 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WILLIAM THOMSON, (Late of Fawcett & Co.’s, Dublin,) 13, MALL, (NEXT DOOE TO THE POST OFFICE,) TRALEE, REQUESTS special attention

WILLIAM THOMSON, (Late of Fawcett & Co.’s, Dublin,) 13, MALL, (NEXT DOOE TO THE POST OFFICE,) TRALEE, REQUESTS special attention

to the either for Private Family use, or for for Bilteen ' A Two Pound, of Pure Coffee for Three ShilUags and Six Pence. Case oontain.ng One Dozen of Port. Sherry, Marsala, or Claret, I for One Guinea. f A Case containing One Dozen of really good Champagne, Thirty-six Shillings.
30 December 1874 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland