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NO THANIIIIIPPING BY THIS LINE

NO THANIIIIIPPING BY THIS LINE

No landing charges by thes.- steamers All goods most be taken delivery of On %be. day on which they are landed, they will remain at Consignee's sole rig and expense. RAILINGS FOR APRIL, 1870. I GLASGOW TO LIMERICK (From Cargo Sh,d, No. 21 South Side) Monday, Ist April, ... at 8
18 April 1878 - Bassett's Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
4 • •—•-• • SPRING OUTFITS. MADE UP WITH AN EYE TO FIT AND FINISH. ELEGANT EIPTINGS IN TWEED. SERGE,

4 • •—•-• • SPRING OUTFITS. MADE UP WITH AN EYE TO FIT AND FINISH. ELEGANT EIPTINGS IN TWEED. SERGE,

AND FLANNEL.. TRUTH IN MEASUREMENT PRODUCES COMPORT IN WEAR. CD • - GENTLEMEN'S GARMENTS NEWLY FITTED UP. ONE TRIAL WILL sumo' TO PROVE THZ EXPERIENCE AS • FOREMAN OF WILLIAM LOCHHEAD (Saceeesor to Mr. Loris Soutar:m.o, • 20 GEORGE STREET, LIMERICK, ENTRANCE THOMAS STREET. GENTL
18 April 1878 - Bassett's Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
APRIL 1878, DIRECT STEAM COMM UNIOATION TO PROM LIVERPOOL AND LIMERICK TARING CARGO TOR RENAGH, ENNIS, KlLltella, ETC. THE REST

APRIL 1878, DIRECT STEAM COMM UNIOATION TO PROM LIVERPOOL AND LIMERICK TARING CARGO TOR RENAGH, ENNIS, KlLltella, ETC. THE REST

AND CHEAPEST CON. VEY ANCE FOR 00005. The Limerick Steam Packet Co. • will despatch, unless pre\ vented by unforeseen circuit'. THE "EDITII." (Carssis Gum.) or other suitable Steamer, FROM LIVERPOOL. (With liberty to call at 'froon or elsewhere without farther notice.) THURSDAY.
18 April 1878 - Bassett's Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEWRY TELEGRAPH, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1878.

THE NEWRY TELEGRAPH, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1878.

13 April 1878 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

TILEORAPII.)
13 April 1878 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
WE HAVE PLEASURE IN OFFERING the followinz, the quality of we guarantee to be the finest, and can confidently recommend

WE HAVE PLEASURE IN OFFERING the followinz, the quality of we guarantee to be the finest, and can confidently recommend

: Sbaw's Limerick mild cured Bnsakfut BACON and HAMS. Bt. Louis compressed CORNED BEEF lin Tins.) NEW ENGLISH and AMERICAN CHEESE. We also beg to attention to our stock of Tess, Coffees, fingers, Spices, Fruits. Jams, Biscuits, Tea Cakes, General Groceries, all of which have bee
13 April 1878 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
WANTED, A SOBER STEADY TROBOUGHLY memigNment of • farm, Lartienbtr ili pit we of cattle. IA be • Plingliman, le

WANTED, A SOBER STEADY TROBOUGHLY memigNment of • farm, Lartienbtr ili pit we of cattle. IA be • Plingliman, le

charge it • &ma sled le Mee • Car esnadsmally. To Posh • mon sss will be given, Ant none ff.* not bear the strictest investigation as swim honesty, sobriety, and willingness to useful. Apply to *BLAIN • Co., Hill Street, Newry. 11th April, 1878.
13 April 1878 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
NEWRY QUARTER SESSIONS.

NEWRY QUARTER SESSIONS.

The Muter term of Quarter Sessions for the &rill" of In the County of Down, commenced In the Court-hose, Trevor Hill, lest Thursday, be fore the Chairman of the County, Hobert Johnston, Esq., Q.C. His Worship sat at ten o'clock, and the other magistrates on the bench were—Messrs
13 April 1878 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
I.XTRAORDINART CORE OF A COUGH.' her Wajedy's Gunboat . Wick, Nortb•east Coast of Sic—Having had • most dimbeadag sad Omsk,

I.XTRAORDINART CORE OF A COUGH.' her Wajedy's Gunboat . Wick, Nortb•east Coast of Sic—Having had • most dimbeadag sad Omsk,

owed sae sight' sad days, I was tvoomasaded by heèMp the oi Whams tab, rear most la. &lama mm , mail mos ammo Mt dos I laud bumble •••• mersid mime dlefirsiamil the tni sa,flbslsls impisub , agamkiri tais I she orditent relligi• it to tin tillibm W. Lanza, 11.11.03.11914mr. lama
13 April 1878 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
FRIEND OF ALL!

FRIEND OF ALL!

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
4 April 1878 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland