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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

loom-MUCIAL, I 11 ? I- ? - IDUBLLN, MO1IEY MARKET. Wedneady, Three o p -. YThMn D.3Y OF T'p SWTDeri¶5T. Ht Be. This was the thiwa and concluding day of adul and .unirteinsr nineten y ac- eont., Nithing eapeau trnspied ' i c' - asetwu wit the Ae lea ei-T3" tuwe swong elewnta were
30 August 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRT1Hrs, MARRIAGiES, AND DEATHS. A1)flOUI&Cu1cIIls ,ulekr Mis headliny are ci argei ?? as 1dloeov :- l1ru'rje, .2s Cd; Deati irith f-iealel oliece 2A Ca; Obi~tuEary AV ice, Is 6d; Birth, 2S Cl. II every Case tsu/i anu1ouelcement ucst be prepaid and ?? oahentiald. L' 11.1 T H S.
30 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE TRADE OF THE WORLD.

THE TRADE OF THE WORLD.

THE TRADE OF ThE WORLD. I OPEN OONTBAOTS ABROAD. A CONTRACT will be adjudicated on the 14th of September by the municipality of Lograna, Spain, for the conustruction of waterworks in connection with that town. The estimated cost is 440,418 pesetas, and securitv must be deposited
30 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PUBLIC.

THE PUBLIC.

THlE P UBLIC.& NONsS of multitude are always difficult of exact definition, and probably few permoas use the term "tie public" in the same sense. The existence of what are generally consider as "the public" has not always been equally apparent. "The public" flourished at ancient
30 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOW OPENED.

NOW OPENED.

HOT sad COLD LUNCHEONS from 12.30 till * o'clock. HOT JOINTS ahraya wady after 12.83. DINNERS served from 12.30 till S o’clock. Bonp, Pi*h, Joint, and Chfese & 0d Table daDy ahO-8) ... 8» Enndaja 6.50 only. LADIES’ HORSE SHOW, 1888. \7IBIIOBBt, th. Oltj SkowWrak ,tio.ld inspect
30 August 1888 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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•^gAGS JpESSINO B Dkessixo Bags BTERLIXO SILVER IVORY FIITIKUS from 3 lie Cash to

•^gAGS JpESSINO B Dkessixo Bags BTERLIXO SILVER IVORY FIITIKUS from 3 lie Cash to

30 August 1888 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH CRICKET TEAEI IN CANADA. THIRD VICTORY AT COMMERCIAL CABLE.) (FROM OOP. SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT,) Toronto. Wedns4Dat. On Monday and

THE IRISH CRICKET TEAEI IN CANADA. THIRD VICTORY AT COMMERCIAL CABLE.) (FROM OOP. SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT,) Toronto. Wedns4Dat. On Monday and

Tuesday the Irish Cricket Tram played match Orilla against fifteen of tho Northern Counties of Ontario. Ireland made in their first innings, and 'he Northern Counties 121. The Irish team tbsu followed with 283 for wicketi. Maxwell made in his first innioEs, and C* his second; Du
30 August 1888 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NORTHERN WHIG, THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1888.

THE NORTHERN WHIG, THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1888.

BULPHOLINK LOTION, 808 CLEARING THE SKIN. nr A raw nan spots, BT.mfiwma. blotoheb. REDNESS, BODQHNHBS, DISCOLORATIONS, IRRITATING, [FORTABLE SKIN DISFIGUREMENTS, ENTIRELY FADE AWAY, LEAVING THE SKIN SPOTLESS AND FAIR, HEALTHY, SOFT, BEAUTIFUL, TRANSPARENT, SMOOTH, SUPPLE. STJLPH
30 August 1888 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Third Edition. Bto, Cloth. Prico s*. Struggles foe life. By William Khiohtok, LL.D. t •< Forest- life in Ceylon,” *O.,

Third Edition. Bto, Cloth. Prico s*. Struggles foe life. By William Khiohtok, LL.D. t •< Forest- life in Ceylon,” *O.,

te. This is jnafc one of there hooka theb ahonld expect to find popnlw.”— ••One of the moet temerkeble books of the and equally work a phU^>io«mp”heJr««ofviow.”-S« «- work alibrary In Itself, and Ita value hAvond all nrice.”— Union. “It is graphic and powerful, full general svmu
30 August 1888 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUR GREATEST TROUBLE.

OUR GREATEST TROUBLE.

The greatest troubles of our lives arise from derangement of the stomach and liver. Time femme Pills cornet all disorders of the liver and stomach, and restore a healthy digestica. There is no medicine known that sets nem lbws partisalat complaints with such certain Guesses.
30 August 1888 - Newry Reporter - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland