B y A CAREFUL SELEC7'ION OF THE nest Fliours in the msarket, aided by powerful .MacAinery for tkeirn.aitfacture into bread, tee are crablet wo Sr f~r amilies ExcrusivE, advxatages in tfil.lprrior siesMS and fioe flzvour which cr'la. rode-ize owr loaf. i fay be had from our Carts
WHAT appears to have been a daring and ingenious attempt at the forging of bank notes has been frus. trated by the action of the detective department of the Manchester city police during the past few days. In the early part of Septembera young man, well dressed, and evidently of
SELECTIONS FROM "VAN1ITY FAIR." WE understand that the Russian Government have resolved, upon consideration of the financial posi- tion of the Empire, to take three very grave steps. 1. To increase the import dues. 2. To collect at once, by anticipation, the taxes due next June.
THE BELFAST HOSPITAL FOR SICK I'Tm Belfast Hospital for Sick Children, which has *for some years been carrying on its operations at 25, King Skreets is progressing mnest satisfactorily, and as soon as the new premises in course of erection in Queen Street are completed thce insti
DEATH OF THE REV. DR. G. Be WH[EELER6. Ir is with sincere regret w e announce the death e,, thlie Rev. Dr. George B. Wheeler, rector of Bally- 1 s ax, and for many years past editor of the Irish| 3Tre.Athough Mr. Wheeler had passed his iseventieth year, he had a reasonable prospe
Tim HoNovABLE Miss FsmuRD. A novel, in three volumes. By the author of "Hogan, M.P." London: Richard Bentley & Sor. WE are glad to receive another novel of real Irish character from the author of " Hogan, MYP.," a book to which we had occasion to refer last year in terms of unus
as-'VICEREGAL COURT. r '4 His Grace the LordLientenant, E.G., attended . by Captain Percy B. Beinard (private recretary), is expected to arrive at Kingatown by mail boat on Finday evening next, en route for the Viceregal l a Li ge. 1b. | Ihe Lord Lieutenant is, it is stated, abo
MABEKE T.~ 5IRBI SH. BS ELAST BtABSETS-WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10 hs BoROUeH MsanR-OFFoICnA PaloF aGRAMs, a & d . o Fer cwt. i 11 lbs. Flounders 0 Oto 00 - Wh es t d. E Ld.IRocks a4 6 0 ehet, whlte 11 0to 12 0 CaI. os, red O O- O L Do. red 1 0-1i 0 Turmips, Swede 0- 1-I r Oats,lnw 7 9- 8
15'h of NoVVIBER, 1877, G 0 P. N A N A T 0 N, clams cloy se letting of Dammam Lando), It ACRKS LUXURIANT TURNIPS, In lots to suit buyer■. Terms usual. R. R. D tLY & SON, Attelloonern. County Meath. ANNUAL LETTING OF Tlll6 DE MESN E I ANDS GORMANsTO WS, nainngssu. hirEssßs. R. B.
27 October 1877 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland