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SPECIAL. 43 I BEGr yLEAthatVE h ha v e COMMENCED IPr ' Wi t / tTnlnaineAelluigljrgsSaaNtiloFP4blie gene. AUCTIONEER AND VALUATOR.

SPECIAL. 43 I BEGr yLEAthatVE h ha v e COMMENCED IPr ' Wi t / tTnlnaineAelluigljrgsSaaNtiloFP4blie gene. AUCTIONEER AND VALUATOR.

Having been actively engaged in Mercantile life for upwards of 25 years, 19 of whist I lave spent in Coleraine, I believe I have obtained a pretty extensive knowledge of the Departments of Buainese that I am likely to come in contact with in my new Profession. Parties, therefore
18 August 1877 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Virths.

Virths.

Black—At Garbogie, near Portatewart. on the 10th inst., the wife of Mr. Samuel Black, of a son. Calvert—At the Lodge Nursery, Coleraine, on the 17th inst., the wife of Mr. Jas. Calvert, of a daughter. Kerr—At Springhill, Portrnsh, on the 12th inst., the wife of Mr. I ohn Kerr, o
18 August 1877 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
AUCTION OF REAPING MACHINES.

AUCTION OF REAPING MACHINES.

mo be SOLD by Auction, on the DIAMOND, COLERAINE, oo this day (Saturday), the 18th inst., at 2 o'clock, a REAPING MACHINE, in excellent order, by J. it T. Yontro. Terms—Cash. Purchasers to pay Auction Fees. —. GEORGE MOONEY, Anat. Coleraine, 17th August, 1877. AUCTION OF OATS. m
18 August 1877 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE AMERICAN RAILWAY STRIKES.

THE AMERICAN RAILWAY STRIKES.

THE Standard correspondent, writing from New York on the 28th nit., says :—" It is easy to see that beneath the surface of the events connected with the great railway strike lie some sterling facts which are well worthy of notice. It was apparent at the earlier stages of the tro
18 August 1877 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
CASTLEROCH AGR lETHOI SOCY.

CASTLEROCH AGR lETHOI SOCY.

CASTLEROCH AGR lETHOI THE annual show of fruits, flowers, vegetables, and plain and fancy needlework, in connection with this flourishing young society-established for the purpose of cultivating a taste for better gardening and the production of farm produce-was held on the groun
18 August 1877 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE PARK OUTRAGE. Debate in Parliament. the government again refuse JUSTICE.) On Thursday week, the 9th instant, the Phoenix Park

THE PARK OUTRAGE. Debate in Parliament. the government again refuse JUSTICE.) On Thursday week, the 9th instant, the Phoenix Park

outrage was made the su debate in the House of Commons. We quote, Kith Home abridgment, the freeman report Mr. Parnell moved to reduce Vote 22, Clause 8 B M d. : »■ Board of Works to issue SoTprohibiting the meeting. The police au«h*rities wore communicated with, and they undert
18 August 1877 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
18 Aug., 1877. Obstruction and the Proposed Conference. IRISH POPULAR OPINION ON THE CRISIS. The Irish popular newspapers continue, with

18 Aug., 1877. Obstruction and the Proposed Conference. IRISH POPULAR OPINION ON THE CRISIS. The Irish popular newspapers continue, with

few exceptions, to speak in favour of holding a National Conference in the Autumn or Winter, of resolving thereat on the adoption of active parliamentary policy. The Connaught Telegraph says : The policy of " Obstruction,” as it is popularly •ailed, is still the topic of the day
18 August 1877 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATION.

THE NATION.

Hill of Tara will hold a demonstration of Ireland’s manhood ; and, come what will, am sure the exiles this side of the water will take their place like men in the straggle, and support those who are straining to maintain the honoarof Ireland in the midst of a hostile assembly of
18 August 1877 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
18 Aug. 1877. meat ought not to be harshly judged for their failure to counteract them. But it cannot be

18 Aug. 1877. meat ought not to be harshly judged for their failure to counteract them. But it cannot be

denied that 'they have so failed, and, whatever explanations may be suggested for it, the fact remains. It would doubtless have required leader of exceptional decision and resource defeat Mr Biggar, Mr. Parnell, and their allies ; but, anyhow, Mr. Biggar, Mr. Parnell, and theira
18 August 1877 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BUTTER.

BUTTER.

Butter, Is Id to Is 4d p lb. Fresh roll. Is 3d to Is 6d. DUBLIN MARKETS.— August 14. CORN EXCHANGE. Weather fine, but more heat would be necesaary for ripening. Our market to-day was thinly attended, and the amount of business done was trifiing. Native wheat—None. Oats taken in
18 August 1877 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland