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BELFAST EVENING TELEGRAPH, TUESDAY, 24, 1883. FOR SALE. wanted; WANTED. PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS of this class are inserted per weak for

BELFAST EVENING TELEGRAPH, TUESDAY, 24, 1883. FOR SALE. wanted; WANTED. PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS of this class are inserted per weak for

words; 3s per weak for 30 words: 4s per week for 40 words. PREPAID ADVDItTISPiIENTS of this class are inserted at per week for 20 words: per week for 30 words; 4sper week for 40 words. Gentleman having time-in the evenings, would undertako Writing, Copying, or Transcribing Home,
24 July 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WANTED, good General Servant to do plain cooking. Address given Evening Telegraph. 1076

WANTED, good General Servant to do plain cooking. Address given Evening Telegraph. 1076

24 July 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
O HIRT and Collar Smoothers wanted; to cood O hands constant employment and wages will given. Apply, once, M. J.

O HIRT and Collar Smoothers wanted; to cood O hands constant employment and wages will given. Apply, once, M. J.

A Co., 96 and Great George’s Street. H 24 wanted to take charge; must bo well recommended ; apply by letter. Address given Evening Teiegrapm PEKAMBULATOH.— Wanted, a good, tingle Second-hand Perambulator; in good order. Address, stating where to seen, to box 1164, Evening Telegr
24 July 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
■fcined any such intentions. There -will jjo departure from the principle of to office, and amount defeats will »pporently change

■fcined any such intentions. There -will jjo departure from the principle of to office, and amount defeats will »pporently change

their opinion oU this paramount retention. Lord Granville, in yic Lords lust night, was much more explicit in Jus statement than Mr. Gladstone in the Lower am her. The Foreign Secretary candidly admitted that Ministers themselves, alter very long negotiations, with not having pr
24 July 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MASTKB’S BOUSE.

THE MASTKB’S BOUSE.

The question of the erection ot mastar’s house was again brought up, and Mr. Hamilton, Local Government Board inspector, accompanied by several members of the Board wont out to select rite for a bouse for the master. returning. Mr. Hamilton said that tbo flower garden the right
24 July 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A RELIC OP AGRARIANISM.

A RELIC OP AGRARIANISM.

RELIC OP AGRARIANISM. Cork, Monday. —Tlie horses, ears, and harness belonging tho transport staff tho Loyal Irish Constabulary have been disposed off by auction in Cork. Their requisition was necessity of the recent agitation, having been forwarded in consequence of the frequent
24 July 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LUTHER CELEBRATIONS.

THE LUTHER CELEBRATIONS.

The Berlin correspondent of the Daily Nexe» twites:—The prepsrations for celebrating the anniversary of Luther’s birthday are now nearly completed, especially in the Thnringian towns connected with the great reformer’s life and deeds. At Erfnrt, where visited the Uni* versity, a
24 July 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HEAVY DAMAGES.

HEAVY DAMAGES.

In the case Taylor v. the London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway, which came before Mr. Justice Williams and common jury the plaintiff, who is widow, sought to recover for herself and for her daughter, who an infant, damages for fatal iajariee sustained her husband, in collis
24 July 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A SAILOR AND HIS TANDEM.

A SAILOR AND HIS TANDEM.

Lancaster Castle on Saturday Edward Johnson, of Fleetwood, was chargea with illueating two horses. Bapcrintendent Moss said was sailor who had met come into a large fortnue, and he had new taken fancy to driving tnodeia. the drove np inn Boiton-ie-Sauds, and there began kicking
24 July 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland