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edition. Halt-past One o’clock. [BY SPECIAL TELEGRAM.] THE HUNGARIAN DISASTER.
30 June 1875 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE GREAT RIFLE MATCH. OFFICIAL ACCOUNT OP THE SCORING. The following is the official account of the scoring made last

THE GREAT RIFLE MATCH. OFFICIAL ACCOUNT OP THE SCORING. The following is the official account of the scoring made last

night:— 800 YARDS. —THE IRISH TEAM. Wilson Hamilton .844444443443344—56 M*Kenna 034434444344344—52 Milner 044434444444444—55 Johnson 433444444444444 —58 Pollock 444444434444444—69 Total 338 THE AMERICAN TEAM. Gildersleeve. 344443444434344—56 Fnlton 344444444444444—69 Bodine 4434
30 June 1875 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A POETICAL SIGNBOARD.

A POETICAL SIGNBOARD.

The following lines were copied from board over the door of John Grove White, Waltham, Berk- shire : John Grove, Grocer, aud Dealer iu tea, Sells the finest of Congou and best of Oohea, A dealer in Coppices, and measurer of Land; Throat Irritation. —The throat and windpipe Sells
29 June 1875 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ONE FACT IS WOETH MODE

ONE FACT IS WOETH MODE

This is a fact.—The most economical and fastidious Buyers tmonimonsly admit that the BOOTS and SHOES snpplied on Cash priu, ciples by KERB are nusarpassed. THE CASH SYSTEM, THAN TWENTY AEGUMENTS !
30 June 1875 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Royal mail route to and from ENGLAND. North Lancashire Steam Navigation Compart. BELFAST AND FLEETWOOD STEAMERS AND Lancashire and Yorkshire

Royal mail route to and from ENGLAND. North Lancashire Steam Navigation Compart. BELFAST AND FLEETWOOD STEAMERS AND Lancashire and Yorkshire

and London and North- Western Railway Companies, steamers: THOMAS ROYAL CONSORT, PRINCESS OF WALES, PRINCE ARTHUR. DUKE OF CONNAUGHT (Now Bu Iding). BELFAST TO FLEETWOOD: Every Evening (Sundays and casotltles excepte FLEETWOOD - BELFAST; Every Evening (Snndeye end eeenaUiee exce
29 June 1875 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAI CONTRACTS (JORPORATTON GAS WORKS. rpHE GAS COMMITTEE invite TENDERS j supply LIME required at their Works forthe year ending

BELFAI CONTRACTS (JORPORATTON GAS WORKS. rpHE GAS COMMITTEE invite TENDERS j supply LIME required at their Works forthe year ending

June 30th, 1876. Quantity about 1,500 Tons. The Material must be of the best Quality, free from stones, and the price must include delivery to the Gas Works. Tenders will be received till WEDNESDAY, 7th July. The Committee do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tende
29 June 1875 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRALKK UNION

TRALKK UNION

UNION TLe weekly meeting ot tins Hoard was held to dny. The guardians present were—Goiard O’Connor, V.C. (in the chair); Sir Henry Donovan, J.P.; Messrs. William Coffey, John Hanoafia, H. M’Cowen, Charles Chute, M. M*Maiiou, M, Brick, S. Pollard, Jobe. Brien, Michael Suck, and Jo
30 June 1875 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
JUCIN’O AND STEEP! JON ilcxnadrapark Suai-

JUCIN’O AND STEEP! JON ilcxnadrapark Suai-

AND STEEP! JON ilcxnadrapark Suai- WjYrchestar Cr#yd«n Juaa A»c»t Juna F\jttan Park JUwmarkat Julr .. Worceatar Summar N«ttio;harn July .. Brijhtan Club ].arT«s Keh»m lirdcar \V’ind»«r liiymt P»rk Btockt«n Oxford C«n»frbnrT ]ta«diny Richmond Warwick Sommer Corragb WolTcrkaroptn A
30 June 1875 - Waterford Mirror and Tramore Visitor. - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
V. i i.iU'Oiv 1' ;. 01 w: Ti; LET- K K . r.K r.rr. nkok-nk iki» ‘S.* vi:a". ~p-, ,

V. i i.iU'Oiv 1' ;. 01 w: Ti; LET- K K . r.K r.rr. nkok-nk iki» ‘S.* vi:a". ~p-, ,

..J I’ xiWtoxvx,! ! Ti;R!:vtr * i.,,, l t.-r 1-T KIM*! *lit * Drnninr ro<'m‘ifi l-in’-'ll l-'M*', t'” 1 I ..AIUUIU I. • . , .j. .oin, nml two the ilt-uch or tli“ Year, with * without Stables , lii^ Apply JOIIX HAYES, t, I’F.T.T.EVTIRTFIIII.'ArK, conhiiirn^ <*> Tv-nnoi’c j I’arlo
30 June 1875 - Waterford Mirror and Tramore Visitor. - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
PUTATIVE FATHERS.

PUTATIVE FATHERS.

The Waterford Board Guardians v Patrick Power, of Kilmacthomus for £4 cost of maintenance an illegitimate child. The defendant admitted the claim, and a decree was granted. Sanu v Thomas Doyle, of Weston in this county for £5. Catherine Ryan deposed to the defendant being father
30 June 1875 - Waterford Mirror and Tramore Visitor. - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland