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gEEVICES HIGH STEEET,

gEEVICES HIGH STEEET,

pEAYEES Belfast. In view above Books a < Prices will be , COMPLETE CLE GOOD EEDUCTIO: Bowed. Lecture this (Monday) evening, BT THE REV. ROBERT MORTON, of Leeds, On John Milton and his Times," IN ORMEAU ROAD CHURCH. Chair to be taken at EIGHT o’clock, by WILLIAM GREGG, Esq. Admis
15 October 1877 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUH SANITARY CONDITION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHERN WHIO,

OUH SANITARY CONDITION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHERN WHIO,

SANITARY CONDITION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHERN WHIO, Sib,— The real origin of most of the present sanitary troubles Belfast is the *' lore of money.” Why are houses huddled so closely together, built of the Trry worst materUl, in the very worst places, and with the most defect
15 October 1877 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO BE LET,

TO BE LET,

TO be LET, the HOUSE situate No. 16, College Square East, at present occupied by the Rev. J. Scott Porter. It contains Parlour, front and back Drawing-rooms, Five Bedrooms, Good Attic, Two large Rooms in rear. Kitchen, Pantries, &e.—For terms apply to GEORGE M'AULIFFE, September
17 October 1877 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL TERRACE.

ROYAL TERRACE.

TO be SOLD, or LET, from Ist November next, that very Desirable DWELLING-HOUSE, situate No. 8, Royal Terrace, the late residence of Edward Reilly, Esq. It centaine every accommodation for gentleman’s family, and has been recently painted and papered, and put in thorough order. L
17 October 1877 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ORTH A GUINEA A BOX

ORTH A GUINEA A BOX

ORTH GUINEA A BOX BEECHAM’S PILLS. ARE admitted Thousands to be worth a Guinea Box for billious and nervous disordors.Buch wind and pain in the stomach,sick headache, giddiness, fulness and swelling after meals, dizziness and drowsiness, cold chills, flashings of heats, loss of a
17 October 1877 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEWTOWNAEDS CIVIL BILL SESSIONS.

NEWTOWNAEDS CIVIL BILL SESSIONS.

[from oue reporter.] Yesterday, at these sessions, before the Chair man (Robert Johnston, Esq., Q.C.), the following transpired : esentative Church Body, plaintiffs Francis Jamison and others, defendants. During the day this case, which stood over from the Quarter Sessions, was
17 October 1877 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SINCLAIR SEAMEN’S CHURCH, CORPORATION SQUARE. THE Rev. M. SYMINGTON, 8.A., Birkenhead, will Preach (D.V.) next SABBATH Morning, October 2lBt, at

SINCLAIR SEAMEN’S CHURCH, CORPORATION SQUARE. THE Rev. M. SYMINGTON, 8.A., Birkenhead, will Preach (D.V.) next SABBATH Morning, October 2lBt, at

11.30, and in the Evening 7. Subject for the Evening Christian Giving.” Collections after each Service on behalf of the Congregational Sabbath-schools.
17 October 1877 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BURGESS IiISTS—COURT OF REVISION,

BURGESS IiISTS—COURT OF REVISION,

THE following order of proceeding will be strictly followed the ensuing Revision of the Burgess Lists:— Each Ward will be disposed of in the order in which it is placed in the Municipal Act. 1. Dock Ward. 14. St. George’s Ward. 2. St. Anne's Ward. 5. Cromac Ward. 3. Smithfield W
17 October 1877 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PUBLIC NOTICES

PUBLIC NOTICES

yTOCKS AND SHAKES IsforriNo u» asi Stock A P«rawJ „„_ _ _ THK INVESTORM GUIDE WTO (ri»e the reader corre idea How, and Where Invert aecure the mort profitable return*, valuable *ug**»tioD« both small capitalist, and trustworthy information on homgb and Home Stocks and Share* and
20 October 1877 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HJNFURNIBHBD KBBIDENOKB

HJNFURNIBHBD KBBIDENOKB

| aitTUkUon. 1* 18 Kiuantowu., Mdaniown. 68 BUctoock .. 91 Mofikstovn. Moakrtown. OkuagMry. MOnkstown. 136 IBS 163. Monfatown. 157 M 8 ii 2 1* 2 6 £lBO per 2 -'£loo p«M’m. 410181T0 eedd, I 1010 per m 2 J £l4O per aft’m. 1 1, l‘£Bo per aft'm. _ per aaba. ll , m. aß*m 2 4 To be so
20 October 1877 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland