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TO 13B LET OR SOLD. TlIRCOXE VILLA, ANTltI 1lOAD. rj"O be LET.-Accommodlatfon-Two H'-cep. T tion-rooms on gioiind foor. four Bedrooms. Servants' Apartments; Hot and Cold Bath; En- closed Yard. Stable, and Coacihhouse; steam tram pasqes entrance; possession 1st November.- Apptly t
17 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

bY OUR SPECIAL WIRE. - . ?? NEwS-LETTErn OFPICE, 109, FFLBaT STnBnT, D.C., MONDAY NIGHT. TEes dignified and convincing speech of the Lord v Lieutenant at Belfast, now a city, meets with l general approval in political and journalistic g circles. The leading daily newspapers make
16 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE TRADE OF THE WORLD.

THE TRADE OF THE WORLD.

WINTER NOVELTIES. Our Paris correspondent -wrltes:-There is but little that is new to record. Lace, black- and white, will be the favourite trimming this winter. E Black lace is of course less dressy, except It be for tho ladies of a certain ago. White laco, combines with light
16 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

LtsiuxsN.-Yesterday, 15th inst., the annual election of five Town Commanissioners, in place of the five who retire by rotation, took place in the Court- house, RailWay Street, and fron first to lest it was conducted in the most decorous manner. There was almtst a complete absenc
16 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FASHIONABEL DRESS!

FASHIONABEL DRESS!

FASHIONABLE DRESS I NOVELTIES IN AITTUMN AND WINTER FABRICS. FROU THE LADY'S PXCTOUAL. L&DIEs who are still debating as to the choice of 4 materials for their antumn towns should certainly lose no time in ,writing for patterns of novel dross fabrics to Henry Pease & Co.'s Success
15 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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HARVEST THANKSGIVING SERVICES.

HARVEST THANKSGIVING SERVICES.

HARVE.ST T.UANKSGIVINGB SBRYIC0S. ti KNOCKRBILDA P.AU1811 CHURCH. , t A HARVEST thanksgiving service was held in the fi Knoclkhreda Parish Church on Saturday af ternoon, C and the sacred building, in which was a very large p congregation, was suitably decorated for the occa- sion
15 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BI1 1~M~i ilb SAND DEATHS.' ---ii"a ?? ce ?? 102c a., ?? 210 S, -. Ir ,g2h r~id2l ji7 ?? I / .4 52,.02 (~ 204 I2~ ti iepa Id and0 i t ?? I L S. okeliI.Ennis, County ;-1r I?., ,at li 1 , Craig, Royal Ar- ii' ilr i6. the CounteiS of Limerick, 1 f, I ?? th tS )Ullt; 'e 'n-is jthew 3
20 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ART FLEMTIRB.

ART FLEMTIRB.

W REROOMand 127 Upper L> Abbry^treri.ipatrrkednithfWpfOfidAloAßd Rhrriton Furniture and mirrotA. Bartobasi and Mom. land emraTinsa. A lor rioao modem l»- apcctioo invited. Modern furniture made order; antique do. reotored. TEA of strength and Inyrranco h« before breo ofletr < in
15 October 1888 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

PIANOa THREE YEARS’ SYSTEM. NEW AND SECOND-HAND. EAST TERMS. LIBERAL DISCOUNTS PIGOTT AND CO., ASK rom GROCES FOR SYMINGTON’S ARABS COFFEE Am U firmer, Ikm E/FTi FEARS SOLD El ERytEHERF. MONEY. THK IRISH DIROOUHT COMPANY WnTMOIIELAIfD-PniacßT. DCBLDI. Ri>!> rt'vynint»<l «a 4 rm
15 October 1888 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARKETS OF YESTERDAY.

MARKETS OF YESTERDAY.

MARKETS YESTERDAY. Cork Buttsr. Ordinary Firsts, ; seconds, 97s j thirds, ; fourths, 84-1. Kegs —Firsts, 107 s. Mild-cured firkins-Superfine, 1149• fine. Ilia; mild, 995. In the market —1,186 firkins, 3 kegs, and 153 mild. Cork Cobs.—2l6 cwb. red wheat, 7s 8s; 605 cwb. barley, 6s
17 October 1888 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland