Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 1,254 articles

INQUESTS.

INQUESTS.

Yesterday af ternoon at Mercer's Hospital Dr N C Whyte, City Coroner, heai an inquest ou the l body of Fann Casey, of t Arthur'4 lane, aged 48 years, who died on Sunday from the effects of being knocked down in Whiteiriars htreet, on Thursday last, by a van belonging to Mr. J O'
3 July 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SENATOR JONES IN BALABRIGGAN.

SENATOR JONES IN BALABRIGGAN.

SENATOR JONES IN BALERIGGAN. Yesterday Senator Jones visited his native 1 place, Balbriggaia. The event was made the occa- sion of a warm tribute of honour and esteem. The chief reason of the Senator's visit Wue to see the grave of his father, who died many years agot I and who i
3 July 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

TIe-r ATnjestv has contribited nmhandsome donl. tinn fn wvds the restoration of Canoniate Church, Ecdinburah. The Presibvterinns and Epi n,,al,%inais nt the antipodeI have a joint sooiety ?? the C Churci of England and Presbyterian Paioral Aid Society," which has been hohlingi i
3 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REUTER'S NEW YORK PRICES.

REUTER'S NEW YORK PRICES.

REUTEiW'S NEW YORE PRICES. NpEw YoaRI, ULm -i STOcXs ?? firm, but shortly afterwards l ilr weak. 'rices subsequently raliicd, and the i l- c0osed firm. Money easy. Cotton and petroleum dilu! a prices nominal. Lard dull. WKheat dull, aild lo; :? 'l1our-Exporters doing, little. Cor
3 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GIVEN RAILWAY.

GIVEN RAILWAY.

rnHE ftbore BaUmy will OPEN for PuMagai Panel* Trallij an WEDNESDAY, 4th July, and will be worked the Northern CoanWee Company. The etatiooe lima▼ady. Ardmore, Druraauto, Derryork, and DuoalTon. Good* and Cattle will not be curled lor the Train Service, Tan*, Ac., roe bUU. EDWAR
3 July 1883 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

View results found in British newspapers

Can you uncover your family story in our news archives?

View now Close
SALES BY AUCTION.

SALES BY AUCTION.

BALI TOMORROW. JOHN ROBSON Begs to intimate that his usual SALE OF HUNTERS, CARRIAGE AND DRAUGHT HORSES, COBS. AND PONIES BOYAL VICTORIA HORSE BAZAAR, 81 amd 33, CHICHESTER STREET, Bklpast, On WEDNESDAY, July, 1883 (Being the Fair Day). Messages sent with Servants mast be in Wri
3 July 1883 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHEAP EXCURSIONS BELFAST TO

CHEAP EXCURSIONS BELFAST TO

LIVERPOOL. TICKETS, .SINGLE FARES (available for sevsw days), will issued Steamer leaving Quay on WED* NE3DAY, July, SIGHT o’clock p.m. Saloon 12s 6d. Children under Twelve years Half-fare. No reduction Steerage Fore. BELFAST LONDON AND MANCHESTER, Yin LIVERPOOL, By Northern, Ma
3 July 1883 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STATE OF TRADE.

STATE OF TRADE.

Ddbun.—The Caatomß da tie* for Mm post week wero £13.700, «*aia*t £15.654 la tbo correopoadißg week of lart jew. Decreew, £1.054. The rhlpmente of porter for the week, taken from the (Jnatowu Daily Lit, were 7.616 bhdr, and for the half.jew ended Mth Juno. 168,015 hogehead«. ege
3 July 1883 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SALES RJ AUCTION.

SALES RJ AUCTION.

July 3—Merchant tailor's stock, Ac., at the mart 8 and 9, Doncgall Square, North. -Mr Walter Watson. July 3—Household farnitnro, Ac ,at 1, Upper Crercant—Moran. H. C. Clarke A Son. July of horses, Ac., the Royal Victoria Horse Bazaar, Si and 33, Chichester Street—Mr. James Morto
3 July 1883 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
tub eotman prisoners in cbtlon.

tub eotman prisoners in cbtlon.

tub prisoners cbtlon. Id reply to Mr LABorcHUI. | Lot-I N. riTZMAUIUCE that tho Born. ; Oo»* om.i.t. irith groot Illiermlity, bid so odftiutinsl contribution r,f £5OO to tho ollowakco for to© prirooert Id Ceylon, which would bo «1 lotted to tho oeodi of tho ptbooeri to their neom
3 July 1883 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland