S 0 B. tJ? I N G. FORKTIAaLI.RM NOTES. ? '1 lii': Il A 111< :ir. 'II ED'i ten ?? -1113 sport at New- itt:- ., lao ;i&' not at o;:?ii 'la's, and the Dew- bert Pin" 1inn'd ?? 'ievl thing it looked for PornO a ho all lie a UO'ti winter favourite for a Derby. and he 1w' non' floiched
IHOW THE FORGERIES WrE II OBTAINED. I e Our Loudon correspondent wired last nizg :_ The PelaUl Mol Gazette ot this evening gives psi. iminence to thefollowing statement, with red to the nature of which it is believed to be ia position to speak with authority:- A As the l1fnes int
25 October 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
FRIDAY, ONE O’CLOCK, 38 & 40, WARING STREET. WE ehall Soil by AUCTION, on FRIDAY, 26th October, ONE o’clock, SPLENDID COLLECTION of CHOICE-NAMED HYACINTHS (For Glances or P&te), LARGE TULIPS. CROCUS, Ac., All true name and colour. In Lota Suit all Buyers. On View Day of Sale. Ca
TO LET. TO BE LET, DUNDRUM, COUNTY I OWN* FLOTS. BUILDING GROUND and FRONTAGE in town, and desirable VILLA SITES, commanding extensive sc* view. There are convenient Railway accommodation, good Bathing, Public Baths, Ac. Mr. MAITLAND, Dondram, wiU show the Plans and Promibes. AT
ANDREW MITCHELL & CO. OFFER THEIR ENTIRE STOCK RELIABLE FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, BEDDING, OILCLOTH, LINOLEUM, PIER GLASSES, TOILET GLASSES, Ac., Ac., AT A BONA-FIDE REDUCTION DURING THIS MONTH, TO EFFECT A CLEARANCE BEFORE STOCKTAKING. SHOWROOMS: 16, CASTLE STREET, BELFAST.
PELERINES, Bear, Beaver, Otter, and other Trimmlnge. REAL SEAL JACKETS, MADE TO ORDER, and every deecriptlon of FUR GOODS made, altered, or repaired EXPERIENCED FURRIERS on the Promisee. E.M‘KENNA& COMPANY, MANTLE MANUPACTURERS&FURRIEBS 43, ROYAL AVENUE. “The Perfection ol Pure
THE NORTHERN WHIG la Published and 3, OntsiT, Bhlpast, before fire o’clock every morolog. Also •very Saturday morning, THE WHIO—a oomprebenaive digest of the neve of the week. THE SECOND EDITION OF THE NORTHERN WHIG Published six o’clock EVERT MORNING. It contains the principal
Yesterday morning, 10.30, the Educational Endowment* Commlsslonera held a sitting the Coarthonee, Holy wood, to consider objcctioos to tho published scheme for the Sullivan Schools that town. The Commissioners were —Lord Justice Fitzglbbon, Lord JustlcelNaifch, Dr. A. Traill, F.
Opening Day beat Roeemore. Lyne King beat Letter from Dromore. Saliebuty V. beat William IV. Heather'Blossom boat Poland. Master Cbaaco boat KilUncby Bishop. Pilot Black beafc Arkos. Trabalgan beat Acme. Primate, bye. Opening Day boat Roeamore short scrambling conree, and Lyne K
Sheffield, Wednesday. An inquest was bold Sheffield this afternoon on the body of Theresa Unwin, wife of Independent gentleman living at Crookes, a Sheffield suburb Mrs. Unwiu was found in the dining-room qnibe dead, with a terrible gash ia her throat, evidently self-inflicted w