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BELFAST EVENING TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1888.

BELFAST EVENING TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1888.

VOH rSALE. AUCTION SALES. ARSON, Tftllkot Street. and Hardwood Timber Stone, offers Steen;bout Sh.'Jti. Ihviscd Spokes. Ksuiirruls. Counter Top?. Vencorr. Ac., dv. 0133b0 BUILDER’S PLANT FOR SALE BY AUCTION. I have receivinl iustrurtions from the Exccnfeors of tbolnlo Mr.Jobr.Mi
4 April 1888 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
i.,t | —Magnificent Cotuigo Piano, iron frame: overHironc; check action ; also Cottage I'inno, £l2. Apply Robert Stewart, Auctioneer end

i.,t | —Magnificent Cotuigo Piano, iron frame: overHironc; check action ; also Cottage I'inno, £l2. Apply Robert Stewart, Auctioneer end

Valuer, Queen Square. i . "I Mahogany Dining-room Suite -i good qorlity: D;mng Table. 45.selegant Sideboard, only £7; great value. At Mr. Stewart's M.doroouji., Queen's Square. 164 9 ft., 10 ft., and larger one*; Window Poles. Rings, and Ends compile; fid per foci; also splendid
4 April 1888 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SAIJi TO MORROW.

SAIJi TO MORROW.

AUCTION SALES. THBESDA*, AT TWELVE O’CLOCK. 38 AND 40 WARING STREET. IMPORTANT UNRESERVED SALE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. BEDSTEADS. BEDDING, CARPETS, KITCHEN UTENSILS. AND GENERAL EFFECTS. have received from Residence on the Crumlin Head, for Sale by Public AUCTION, our Marl, THURSDA
4 April 1888 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LOST AND FOUND.

LOST AND FOUND.

LOST, from 29 Agiocoart Avenue, Road, * Fox Terrier Dog. with black patch on sido, and tan markinge. Pinacr rca-aided. 32
4 April 1888 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
iitODND, on Monday last, York Stroct. Hardware and Large Box; initials N. M.“ on it. At Police Office for identification.

iitODND, on Monday last, York Stroct. Hardware and Large Box; initials N. M.“ on it. At Police Office for identification.

197_ IIOUND, the vicinity Donegail Street, a small sum of Uoocv Owner can have by proving property. Andre*! box 28.
4 April 1888 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
73 HIGH STREET. 13909 THE WEATHER

73 HIGH STREET. 13909 THE WEATHER

HIGH STREET. 13909 THE WEATHER Readings taken at noon daily from Standard Instruments by Shabiuii D. Nbxll, Optician, Ac., 12 Donegal! Place. To-day. Yesterday. .... 29-91 (falling) .. 30* 16 Tucbmometeh ~ Fahr....... 49° Fahr. HIGH WATER AT BELFAST.-To-Mobbow. Morning .. sh. 47m
4 April 1888 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BUY I 8 H TWEEDS IRISH TWEED HODOB,** 37 Avesck. ;e window. J. M. M-AI.KRY. a] 'EE NOTICE. COOPER, UATTEE,

BUY I 8 H TWEEDS IRISH TWEED HODOB,** 37 Avesck. ;e window. J. M. M-AI.KRY. a] 'EE NOTICE. COOPER, UATTEE,

CES THE COMPLETION 01' HIS ING ORDERS. )I,DS THE LARGEST STOCK OP rr-CLASS GOODS FERED IN BELFAST Janufaciarod by the following Makers ° Wood now Sons, Lincoln, Bf.nnbtt, Co., Victor Jay A Co., Christy Co. Special HATTER •H. The of Wals*. :N MARKET 19 >es, Quilts, &c. <t CLEAVER
4 April 1888 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST.

BELFAST.

Preacriptinns carefully compounded. TATE'S PERFECT BLOOD PUFiPIEB Is the and *a(c-Ht Spring JFediCin*. »nJ 2 per Bottle. Office— lioyal Avonoe. Bolfftet. ; Bu.LmitKA Office— Town Hall Raildioga. Glasgow do. Bauchlchall Btroct. J London do. Now Bridge Street. E.C. * SttßA^-—Prino
4 April 1888 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A CONTRADICTION

A CONTRADICTION

A Centr. - .I telegram, dated rlin. Friday, sayt.— to-days mortuu;; prumniciitly J.M Hsatiie •Honrs that Prince ISiainar.-U ihrra ti ns resign, and all agree treating the rumours very .sceptically. The professes to certain knowledge that the endeavours of i.uider so obtain the l
6 April 1888 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ITALIAN EXPEDITION.

THE ITALIAN EXPEDITION.

A Reuter's telegram, dated Rome, yesterday, says—The Minister of Wsrhss received a telegr.vin to-day from reporting the evacuation of Gbioda and other territory. Arob from Allot, a released prisoner, states the forces of the Negus hove returned to their original encampmoms Guru,
6 April 1888 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland