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COMMERCIAL RELATION’S WITH CHINA. The Frees Association learns from an authoritative source that telegram of most r«. assuring cha raoter

COMMERCIAL RELATION’S WITH CHINA. The Frees Association learns from an authoritative source that telegram of most r«. assuring cha raoter

has jnst reached the Foreign Office from Hir John Walsham, her Majesty’s Minister at Pekin, with reference to the navigation of the upper Yang tee Kiang, a question which recently gave rise some difficulties with the inhabitants of the region through which this important waterwa
30 August 1888 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SWITZER AND CO, LIMITED.

SWITZER AND CO, LIMITED.

We have before os the directors’ report and balance sheet of this company for the half-year ending 31st July, by which it appears that the net profits, after the payment of all incidental charges, repairs, and alterations, amount to £3,079 3s sd. To this has been added the sum o
30 August 1888 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ATTACK OX FORT KHORMOUSSA-

ATTACK OX FORT KHORMOUSSA-

(REUTER'S TELEGRAM.) Cairo, Tuesday. (D&laycd in Yesterday, at sunset, cavalry vedettes near Wady Haifa reported seeing mounted dervishes moving about iho Eastern Hills, and that they retreated immediately when they saw tbe Egyptian' scoots. Colonel Wodohonse, fearing that the a
30 August 1888 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DERRY TO FLEETWOOD

DERRY TO FLEETWOOD

Mondays and Tsoesdays. Fleetwood to Derry—Tuesdays and Fridays. DERRY GREENOCK & GLASGOW Wednesdays and Saturdays. Glasgow and Greenock Derry—Tl \ya and Mondays. The First Sailing to Greenock and w win be on SATURDAY next, 25»h inati -JVEN p.m., leaving Glasgow on Monday, *our p
30 August 1888 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
TO BE LET, from the Ist May, 1889, (or such term may be agreed on, the vary Valuable EEL FISHERY

TO BE LET, from the Ist May, 1889, (or such term may be agreed on, the vary Valuable EEL FISHERY

TOOMB BRIDGE, on the River Bann. For Particulars apply to Jaws Alexander French, Solicitor, No. 7. Saint Stephan’s Green North. Dublin.
30 August 1888 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
All Persons suffering from Biliousness and Liver Complaints should use SYMINGTON’S GOLD DANDELION

All Persons suffering from Biliousness and Liver Complaints should use SYMINGTON’S GOLD DANDELION

COFFEE. F.atUy Digested. Recommended Eminent Physicians. Sold Tins—6d. Is, and la Gd—by all Grocers W. SMYINOTON & CO., Mill*. Market H»rboroMb.*nd I* Ladnato Hill. London. SCYTHIAN ROYAL GRAVE. The Atlgemeine Zritung Rives iniemliiiß account of a sepulchral discover; made latel
30 August 1888 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
NOTICE TO UNIONISTS.

NOTICE TO UNIONISTS.

ALL Unionists whose Valuation exceeds £lO, who have not yet paid their Borough Rate, and County Cess should do so on or before the Slst instant, so to pressrve their right to the Borough Franchise. , When the Taxes are payable the Landlords it ia optional with the Tenants to pay
30 August 1888 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
STRABANE TO THE FRONT.

STRABANE TO THE FRONT.

Sir—ln your issue of the inst., Argos,” referring to the gas question under the above heading, exaggerates in one matter, and states what is positively contrary to fact in the others. The chairmao of the Commissioners stated to the applicant for supply of gas during the day time
30 August 1888 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
PORTRUBU ANNUAL REGATTA.

PORTRUBU ANNUAL REGATTA.

Patrons—The Earl of AntrimVnd Captain Montgomery. L. Committee Captain Montgomery, eommodore; Mr. O. H. Grills, chief officer C.G., non. treasurer; Mr. W. E. Carter, starter; Captain P. H. Watt, umpire; Mr. W. J, Falls, umpire ; Messrs. J. C. Caldwell, Thomas Masters, R. J. Greg
30 August 1888 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
EARL GRANVILLE

EARL GRANVILLE

London, Wednesday.— Earl Granville left Walmer Castle to-day and crossed to Calais, en route to Paris. BAD WEATHER IN THE ATLANTIC. Queenstown, Wednesday. —The Liverpool barque Cordelia, tons (Captain Young), which arrived in the harbour yesterday morning from Valparaiso, re. po
30 August 1888 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland