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ST. VINCENT'S HOSPITAL, 2 STEPHEN 8-GRIEN. DUBLIN. WINTER SESSION BEGINS Ist OCTOBER. The Hospital is risited daily daring the Beerion

ST. VINCENT'S HOSPITAL, 2 STEPHEN 8-GRIEN. DUBLIN. WINTER SESSION BEGINS Ist OCTOBER. The Hospital is risited daily daring the Beerion

by the Physicians and Surgeons, from 8.30 10, and 10 11 a.m. Operations Wedneadays and Fridays at 0.30. Dispensary a.m. daily. . . / Dr. P. J. B. Quinlan and Physicians \ Dr. M. F. Oox. Assistant Ph rsician ... Dr. M. M'Huoii. Consulting Surgeon ... Mr. E. D. Mapothi*. „ / Mr. J
27 October 1888 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY

MONEY

LOANS AT FIVE PER CENT. THE Londonderry Provident Building Society ia now prepared to Lend Money Five per Cent, on First-class Securities, and to allow the Principal to remain outstanding (or a number of years ; or to accept Repayment by Easy Instalments, with Five per Cent. Int
27 October 1888 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
DONEGAL UNION.

DONEGAL UNION.

Notice that Pate Books are Open for Inspection of Hatfpayert. ■\TOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, tb»t Rate* hereunder mentioned about to be made on the Property situate in the ander-mentioned Electoral Divisions t.f the above named Union, rateable under the provisions of the Acts for the
27 October 1888 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
MABKBTB OP YESTERDAY, lav TBLMBtra..

MABKBTB OP YESTERDAY, lav TBLMBtra..

Lmdob Con. Slow nla lor without qaoublo change in valoee, Connlry Hoar quoted Cd aod 8d lower. Grinding haitey datt; malting steady. Main and oats inactive. Beans ami pease unaltered. Arrivalsßritish—Wheat, 780 qra.; barley, 1,670 ; oats, maiae, and floor uiL Foreign—Wheat, 66,0
27 October 1888 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
DERRY PETTY SESSIONS.

DERRY PETTY SESSIONS.

These sessions were held on Thursday, before Sir William Miller (Mayor). Mr. P. T. Rodgei, Mr. Wm. Monaghan, and Mr. R. Harvey. B.M. Constable Bennett charged Susan Wborriskey with wandering abroad in Sbipquay-place without any visible means of support. Conatoble Canning ala cha
27 October 1888 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
TYLER’S LEADING PRICES ros BOOTS AND SHOES FOR DERRY. MEN’S HARD WEAR NAILED DERBY. Watertight MEN'S OALOCHED BALMORALS. Toe Cap

TYLER’S LEADING PRICES ros BOOTS AND SHOES FOR DERRY. MEN’S HARD WEAR NAILED DERBY. Watertight MEN'S OALOCHED BALMORALS. Toe Cap

MEN’S ELASTIC BOUTS, end Cap d/11 WOMEN EVERY DAY LACE BOOT. Good Wear WOMEN’S ELASTIC BOOT, fat. Cap or Seamed to Toe 9/U CHILDREN'S SCHOOL ROOTS AND NURSERIES, IN ENDLESS VARIETY. ONLY ADDRESS IN DERRYSIIIPQUA Y PLACE.
27 October 1888 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
MON E Y.

MON E Y.

MONEY* LENT WITHOUT BAIL BY THE NORTHERN COUNTIES LOAN AND discount bank. DONEGALL STREET. BELFAST (The oldest established Lean Bank in the North oi Ireland.) Advances of and upwards emitted at a few Hours’ Notice, in Town or Cnuntiy, Male or Female, upon Approval Promiß- Horv N
27 October 1888 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRI/E COMPETITION, NO. 109. Prize of £1 U ia offered for Best Pt*sH (not to Excbkd Twenty Link Vkrse) ••Winter.

PRI/E COMPETITION, NO. 109. Prize of £1 U ia offered for Best Pt*sH (not to Excbkd Twenty Link Vkrse) ••Winter.

•/ Answers ron-*t be before Monday, November.
27 October 1888 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RAILWAY TER. among hoc ics.

RAILWAY TER. among hoc ics.

27 October 1888 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AOEICOHUBE IN PHUSSIA.

AOEICOHUBE IN PHUSSIA.

British Coaaol '.t hi« laotrptwrt that wicultural societies abound in the province, and do much to improve the breed* of the several farm animal* offering pnre-* at the periodical show*. They -wn 38 bnlls. pnne<,allv of the Dutch breed, said have cost about £1 700. and other val
27 October 1888 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland