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11 N ENMORIAM1 CARDS AT EATON'S - An immense 'variety to select from. Only suitable Patterns kept in stock. Urgent otders printed with-oot del.v £01) Frerich and English designs, both id ornamental. Large Cards mounted and frmned Vl` best style at moderate prices. M. and S. EATON
23 October 1877 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT CHARGE OF THE BISHOP OF MEATH.

IMPORTANT CHARGE OF THE BISHOP OF MEATH.

IMPORTANl' CHARGE OFl TH'E BISHOP OF' MEATHT, [uaxOYl SV PECIAL SZPORTEZ,) DUJBLIN, WaV.nEnSDu. -The Meat R~ev. Lord Plunket, Bishop of Meath, held the first visitation of the clergy of his diocese to day, in St. Patrick's (Cathedral. Biefore the visitation flhers was Divine serv
18 October 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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SALES BY AUCTION. SALE THIS DAY 31, LITTLE MAY STRwEET. HOUSEHOLD FURNITU3RE BY AUCTION, On SATUJRDAY, 20th Oc'tobsr, at Eleven o'clock. M AHAEOGANY SIDEB;OARD, BRE AKFAST, 1gLCard, and other Tables, Malhogany Sofa and Chairs, in hait cloth; Chimney Glas3, Eight~day Clock, inmaho
20 October 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. GLADSTONE IN IRELAND.

MR. GLADSTONE IN IRELAND.

?fR. GLADSTONE IN IRELAND. The following letter hass been received by Mr. Hugh Law, Q.C., MY.,. from M~r. Gladstone:- Hawarden, October 16, 1877. MY Dsxu Mn. Law-I have postponed for some days my reply to the kind letter in which you invite me, on the part of Mr. Tillie and of ot
20 October 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DONAGHENDRY PARISH CHURCH, STEWARTSTOWN.

DONAGHENDRY PARISH CHURCH, STEWARTSTOWN.

DONAGHSNDRY PARISH CHURCH, STEWARTSTOWN. T= Parish Church of Donaghendry, Stewartstown, was reopened on Friday for Divine worship after having been rebuilt. It may be remembered that the sacred edifice was destroyed by fire on the 5th February last, with all its furniture and con
15 October 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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"Pv're Bread i8 impossible tnder Mhe practice o~f ' hand dough~ kneading.' "-Medical Jfkaminer. O UJR BREA D, BELZVOG KNElADED BY UMA~CHINERY, poseesses exclusive advan. taes, emnong wldeh its purity, ?? color, and ,flavour are pre-emrinent- Delirered daily to private famiies and
17 October 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

SPORTINGX, J CUBRRAGH MEETINGYzsrznA | [Cenrrtal Niews Telegram.] Trainlers' Handicap Plate of 00 soya; winner to be sold far 100 sovs. Three-quarters of a mnile. DIr. P. Keans's Killarney, Blarney-M~aria, S yrs, 7fat Sib (W. Miller) .. .. . . .. 1 Mr. J. Denison's Second Sight,
18 October 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MONEY AND COMMERCE

MONEY AND COMMERCE

I f4ONEY AND CO?IM7ERCE I SPECIAL SIDNEY AND SHARE: REPORT4. (Prepared for the Newas-Letr by Mfr. A. ?? ZT~ayl Stock Broker,) ?? PRIVATE TELEGEAMrS, LETIERE, &IC.] BELFAST, WfEDNESDAY XEVENIN, OcT. 17. THE returning ease in the money market has beenu to-I day checked by the withd
18 October 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

THE COURT. BAloMAL, THuasDAY.-The Queen walked in the grounds with Princess Beatrice in the morning, and in the afternocn her ?? drove out, ac- companied by the Princess of Wales, Princess B'atrice, and Prince Leopold. Bis Excellency, the American Minister and Mrs. Pierrepont ca
8 October 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PORTPATRICK RAILWAY COMPANY.

PORTPATRICK RAILWAY COMPANY.

THE half-yearly meeting of this company was held in Stranraer, on Friday, the Earl of Stair presiding. The noble chairman, in moving the adoption of the report, said he had great pleasure in announcing the best dividend ever paid by the company since it was opened-namely, 4j per
2 October 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland