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ENGLISH ASSIZE NEWS.

ENGLISH ASSIZE NEWS.

EMBEZZLEaMEN;T.-At the Norwich Assize; on Saturday John L'Estrauge, formerly a clerk in the office of Mr. F. G. Foster, stamp distributor in that city, pleaded guilty to a series of extensive em. bezzlements, accompanied by forgery, and was sentenced to seven years' penal servit
7 August 1877 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

A:N,-iiNUAL Cl1aRATNE SALE 4T THE LADIES: EMPORIUM. m11,LLINERY, JACKETS, COSTUM'.IES, DRESS MATERIALS, BLACK SILKS, COLOUJED SILKS, FANCY SILKS, PELISSES, FROOKS, CARXYING CLOAKS, UNDERCLOTHING, &c., &c., At a Considerablc Red xcffon in Price. JOHN HANNA, 3S, HIGH STREET, BiLs A
7 August 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AUSTRIA’S ATTITUDE TOWARDS

AUSTRIA’S ATTITUDE TOWARDS

BERUK, Sunday {Timex telegram),—Au»- mobilization having been determined upon consoquonce «<f mania eendiog a Divinon to the Danube and of eecrctly preparing for war, the at Nikop>'l trf eornnd Roumanian and the open announcement Belgrade will, ia apprehended, atcolerato Austria
7 August 1877 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MANSION 01

MANSION 01

-."arlcd Hair and Spring afattiMeea, Bobtara and Pillows. LAWLOR, HI UPHOLSTERERS, CABINET MAKE AUCTIONEERS. ESTATE 11 AND 12
7 August 1877 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BUSINESS NOTICES

BUSINESS NOTICES

J. EDMUNOSON AND CO. Beg to call attention to their large stock GARDEN ENGINES, GARDEN SEATS, and CROQUET STOOLS, LAWN MOWERS. PATENT REFRIGERATORS. ICE MAKING MACHINES, JAPANNED TRAVELLING TRUNKS. TRAVEL! INO BATHS. SPONGE AND SHOWER BATHS, KITCHEN RANGES, GRATES AND MANTELPIEC
7 August 1877 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
account. tin first pUoe, it waa forgotten that pay of rabalteraa in the army is not sufficient feed and clothe

account. tin first pUoe, it waa forgotten that pay of rabalteraa in the army is not sufficient feed and clothe

than anywhere they may stationed, except in India, where lieotenaat may arold debt by extreme economy and aelf-denial. High-spirited young men might endure this state of privation, and take much service they oould in India, and borrow from friends—if they had any—when home, in t
7 August 1877 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CURE FOR ALL, HOLLOWAY'S^3INTMENT.

CURE FOR ALL, HOLLOWAY'S^3INTMENT.

7 August 1877 - Newry Reporter - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
FASHIONABLE TAILORING & CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT, THE BRITISH WOOLLEN HALL, 40 HILL STREET, NEWBY. R. m‘alpine. Begs announce to his custovebs

FASHIONABLE TAILORING & CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT, THE BRITISH WOOLLEN HALL, 40 HILL STREET, NEWBY. R. m‘alpine. Begs announce to his custovebs

and the public generaixy that he ban completed hm purchase, for the present Season, and which are no* to hand.HU ne*St«kof WOOLLEN CLOTHS, TWEEDS, eto., comprise all the Newest and Fashionable Goods, all of wtoifli will be SoU to the Lowest Remunerative Profit, conaistemt with t
7 August 1877 - Newry Reporter - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
SPAEKLING WINES.

SPAEKLING WINES.

Dress Wines hare been purchased prior to late ad- Tauces, sad are therefore enabled quote old prices. Champagne (Heidsisek's Dry Monople) 71a par dot. Champagne n (Vin Boyal), „ Champagne (Giesler’s Gold Top), ~ 66s „ Champagne (Boiuart’s Dry or Bicb), 46s to 60s Champagne (Peri
7 August 1877 - Newry Reporter - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
DUNDALK AND NEWBY STEAM-PACKET COMPANY (LIMITED). STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN DUNDALK, NEWBY, AND LIVERPOOL; also, between KEWBY AND GLASGOW, VIA ABDBOSSAN.

DUNDALK AND NEWBY STEAM-PACKET COMPANY (LIMITED). STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN DUNDALK, NEWBY, AND LIVERPOOL; also, between KEWBY AND GLASGOW, VIA ABDBOSSAN.

fin HE DUNDALK AND NEWBY STEAMPACKET COMPANY’S Steam Sliij® sail as muler for AUGUST (weather permitting, or unless prevented by some unforeseen occurrence). FROM DUNDALK TO LIVERPOOL. (Sailing from Damlalk Quay.) August Ist, 2.30 p.m.! 3rd,'3.30 p.m.; 4th, 4.30 pju.; 6th, 7 p.m
7 August 1877 - Newry Reporter - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland