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IMPORTANT SALE Or HIGH-CLASS SUMMER WOOLLEN GOODS, AND READY-MADE CLOTHING. DeBIRNEY & COMPANY, LTD., WILL UN TICS AID DATE TER

IMPORTANT SALE Or HIGH-CLASS SUMMER WOOLLEN GOODS, AND READY-MADE CLOTHING. DeBIRNEY & COMPANY, LTD., WILL UN TICS AID DATE TER

SURNIZ PORTION OW MESSRS JAMES RESIDE & COMPANY'S STOCK, PURCHASED AT • OF 57 PER CENT. OFF WHOLESALE PRICES AT REMARKABLE REDUCTIONS. AS Os •••• NANI7FACTORIIITS MCI OF READY - MADE CLOTHING, Padromilat ea Lew Olownl Prim.
19 April 1888 - Evening Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKETS.

NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKETS.

| NEW. ORK PRODUCE MAKRTS. PEDOZ. A LATEST CABL E QUOTATIONS FOR FUTURE DELIVERY. New York, Saturday. Wheat opened a dull market at 4 to I fall, chiefly on locleseling. The declne was recovered later, ow to shorts buyig in, but the aggregate anoint of trading ahead was only light
2 April 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

?? 00 S. X LI S S. CITY AND COUNTY OF D ULIN. .AN.RE, . . ,* - - A;NDREW0 J i K E -OG H KEOGH I SUCCESSOR TO THE: LATE.-. MICHAEL CROOKE- WILL SELL BY PUBLICO-AUCTION, - AT 10 LOWER ORMOND QUAy, : ?? v : ?, ?? ?? ON PEIlDAY NSEXT. -. I BRIDE STREET. Lease for Ever. - - important
2 April 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATIONAL BANK.

THE NATIONAL BANK.

*ql NATIONAL BANK. I WITHDRAAWAL OF MR CHILDERS. IP. SLATTERY TO BE CHAIRMAN. (B FREEMAY SPECIAL WRE,) London, Monday Evening. ¶he deputation representing the committee of tle Irsl shlrelolders of the National Banlk ,j by apptintlment on the dhi ectors to-day at I the of1ice4, 14
24 April 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ATHLETICS.

ATHLETICS.

THE ULSTER CRICKET CLUB MEETING. Presidents-Lord Arthur Hill, M.P. V'ice-Preeidents-Sir BE 3. Harland, Brt,.. J.P.; Sir J. P. Corry, Bart., M.P.; Sir Wm. ]lwart, Bart.. M.P.; James Henderson, Esq., A.M.; W. C. Mitchell, Esq., J.P.; Sir Edward P. Cowan, L.L.; Sir David ayr, J.P.;
2 April 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE IRISH TEMPERANCE LEAGUE.

THE IRISH TEMPERANCE LEAGUE.

.THE IRISH TEMPERANOB LEAGUE. THE usual weekly meeting of the exeeotive wama ]ield last night-Mr. Lawson A. Browns in the; chair. After the usual business had been trans-, e acted the committee discussed the licensing clauses' of the Local Government Bill, and passed thd followin
7 April 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL NEWS.

COMMERCIAL NEWS.

I THE STOCK EXCHANGE. LONDoN, FRIDAy.-Money has been very plenti- I ful to-day, owing to the payment of the dividends. and short lans were in limited request at I to 1 t per cent. Discount ruled steady at 1 to 1 ?? per sent. No bullion operations. Indian exchangres still weaker.
7 April 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CURIOUS LONDONDERRY WILL CASE.

CURIOUS LONDONDERRY WILL CASE.

YEsTrERDAY, the Reocrder, Mr . C. Neligan, Q.C. heard a curious case respecting the will of the late JaLne Strawbridge, all alleged legatee of the late. Mir James Carlisle, of Belfast. It was an appli- cation of Sophia Quigley, of Foyle Street, Derry, for the revocation of proba
7 April 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A NEW TEXTILE FABRIC.

A NEW TEXTILE FABRIC.

A NY IV TIXTILE ]?AB3RIC. Temp consider report for 1887 on the "Agrcuklture of the Baroelona District of Spain" bas.beenl pre- sented to Parliament. The Consul, Mr. FIranc Wooidrictlge. states:- In mny comamer.ial report of I8886 I gave an ap- count of the cultivation of the rarn
7 April 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL NEWS.

COMMERCIAL NEWS.

COMIERCIAL NEWS. TEl STOCK EXCHANGE. ?? SATUDnAY. - There bai bten very I littu.-lquiry for money to-day. and short loans d rued off to 1 per cent. Disac-unt remnined firm at k, per cant, for three monthx' hills. 1 No bullion operations nt Bank. Bar silver firm, but unaltered. In
30 April 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland