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BLLYAST AND COUNTY DOWN RAILWAY. EXCURSION TO ON WEDgESDAY, AUGUST 22.q EY. CURSION TICKETS will be from the following Stttiono

BLLYAST AND COUNTY DOWN RAILWAY. EXCURSION TO ON WEDgESDAY, AUGUST 22.q EY. CURSION TICKETS will be from the following Stttiono

NEWCASTLE and SACK in with the 10 20 Down resin. FARES-111=M TICKETS:— I.t C 1.., 3rd Feat 3. 04 2. 01. Ovoomsport Reed. 2. 91 1. 64. Newtowoudy, 1. 9d. Twketa will be available for &stars try the 6.75 p.m. Up Trails Buse day ou!y. JAMES BARBER, General Ziemer.' Auseat 10111,107
18 August 1877 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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18 August 1877 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
 
C.)LORADO POTATO BEE LE. E" CEIRYSA LI 4 , AltD LART.I., Blodtlled Sx-d to OLIN Cabinet. as eperialle by the

C.)LORADO POTATO BEE LE. E" CEIRYSA LI 4 , AltD LART.I., Blodtlled Sx-d to OLIN Cabinet. as eperialle by the

Govern. sent. The C.tenet free by post for penny Mawr. Whol sele tetras on &pollution. A be seen it the Nerlotenarde Oak. A. MICH 3L, 21, Park, N., Lotd.to.
18 August 1877 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE RIOTS IN LONDONDERRY.

THE RIOTS IN LONDONDERRY.

THE RIOTS IN LONDONDERRY, [SPECIAL TELEGRAM.] _OSoNDDERRyX TlrRSDY. ?? the petty sessions court to-day, several of the rioters were sentenced to tWrS of imprisonment varying from ono to two, zonths, with hard labour. The town is now per.I fe'tiy quiet, although the streets are st
17 August 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ILLICIT WHISKY-MAKING IN MANCHESTER.

ILLICIT WHISKY-MAKING IN MANCHESTER.

ILLICIT WHISKY-MAKING I MAN. - ICHESTE/R. I Til police made a discovery on Tuesday which shows that the illicit manufacture of whisky has of been carried on in Manchester for some months to th a remarkable extent. For a considerable time past GI the Chief Constable of Wigan (Mr.
17 August 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALLYMENA, CUSHENDALL, AND RED BAY RAILWAY COMPANY.

BALLYMENA, CUSHENDALL, AND RED BAY RAILWAY COMPANY.

BALTLYIENSA. CUSEUENDALL, AND RED I BAY RAILWAY COM1PANY. IlA'1F-YA.r'LY U1ETING. Tim tenth half-yearly meeting of the proprietors of this cvmipany was held yesterday in the boardroom of the company's office, 9, Victoria Chamnbers. There were present-MKr. Thomas Valentine, J P.,
16 August 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

A CARD. TIHE LADIES' UJLSTER. TOtS G. M'IGEE & CO. REQUEST that Ladies requiring these fashion- a;,.e Garmenta for the coming Winter will leav.e their Orders as early in the season HIGH STREET, BELFAST. THE LADIES' EMPORIUM. .A-TUMIEN COST UME MATERIALS . "Treole Cashmheres" "Ind
21 August 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

>,f1HS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. B 7 T N S. DAvIS.3-Annst 15, at 35, Ese Street, Belfast, the wife of Richard Davis, of a son. FARRSLLY-August 12, at 43, Old Lodge Road, Belfast, the wie of John Farrelly, of a daughter. &RRLS-3June 19, at Hokitika, Westland, New Zealand, mr John Po
18 August 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

The Right Hon. Lord Vontry, Lady Ventry, family and nils will arrive in Tralee on X onday, n routs tor Burnham Hoaee. The Hon Rowland Winn has arrived at his residence at Glenbeigh from London. The Carl Sramiotr of to-day says:—The O’Donoghue has made the action the obstructioni
18 August 1877 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
ADVANCE OP SULEIMAN'S ARMT-

ADVANCE OP SULEIMAN'S ARMT-

Vienna, Thursday Telegram).—Oamon Pacha, leaving his main body Plevna, is said to be approaching Tirnova with considerable forces. It is thought that Tirnova will soon evacuated. Adrianoplk, Thursday ( Daily Telegraph Telegram).—Suleiman Pacha's army is rapidly crossing the Balk
18 August 1877 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland