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T OBE LET OR SOLD. Ti LET. 44. GLOUCESTER STREET. 1st T November; large, central. commodious Dwelling-house; stable. hayloft, and machine stand ?? at 48. 20038 CRIUL2ITN TERRACE ; two reception and five 1. bed rooms; garden and lawn; nicely situated; rento £40.-H. H. Boyd & MIagi
27 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1888.

BELFAST: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1888.

(ESTABLISHED ANNO )737.) Thomas Charles Jackson, clerk in the borough accountant's department of the Sheffield Cor- poration, was yesterday, at, Sheflield, sentenced to four months' bard labour for embezzling £200. Walter Calvert has been arrested at Worksop on the charge of att
27 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

BY OUR SPECIAL WIRE. NEWS-LETTER OFFICE, 169, FrA.T'r STIREET, E.C.. FRIDAY NiGn'T. TnH Attorney-feneral, having concluded this afternoon his opening statement t. the Special Commission as to the character of the evidence he irltendcs to call in support of Til' Y'mne-' allegatio
27 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

- --PU 1COTICES I '7Z YORE HARNEALLI 'GOLD ?IL!G COMPN MI.LMITEDI.~ 0ncorpoTrn~ed-under the Voampanies Acts, 18s2 to 1sm3, wherlibl te liability Of menaters, is Ihaited To te amount of their shares.) Catl In 100,010 Shares of til'cachj. I0 0 wteeo 0,00 hars wll e llotedtothe vend
27 October 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WITH FIRST CLASS RESIDENCE AND

WITH FIRST CLASS RESIDENCE AND

OUT-OFFICES. mHE RIGHT, TITLE, and INTEREST X the Valuable “Out Farm” known os HAGGARD, Rampgrange, County Wexford, be Sold by PRIVATE CONTRACT. It contains 95 Irish acres or thereabouts of prlmo Land, held as a judicial tenancy from Templemoee, at the moderate annual rent of £9
27 October 1888 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
la Boxob 1b Ba 4a Hs, and Sis. 4. GREAT ORMOND BTREE*. LONDON

la Boxob 1b Ba 4a Hs, and Sis. 4. GREAT ORMOND BTREE*. LONDON

27 October 1888 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARKETS OF YESTERDAY.

MARKETS OF YESTERDAY.

Cork Corn.— 236 cwt, white wheat, 8s 5d ; 213 cwt. red wheat, 7s 6i to 7s 8d ; 455 cwt. barley, 5a to 7s fid; 1,014 cwt. black oats, 8d to ss; 872 cwt. white oats, 5s fid 6a 2d. Lob* BDTTRii- Ordinary Firsts, 98s ; seconds, 03s ; thirds, 86s; fourths, 77a Kegs —Firsts, 101 b ; s
27 October 1888 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“WEEKLY NORTHERN WHIG.” SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10. SERIAL STORY. FREDERICK BOYLE, ENTITLED “HER EVIL GENIUS.” The weekly northern WHIG of November

“WEEKLY NORTHERN WHIG.” SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10. SERIAL STORY. FREDERICK BOYLE, ENTITLED “HER EVIL GENIUS.” The weekly northern WHIG of November

10 will contain the Opening Chapters of “HER EVIL GENIUS," New and Stirring Tale, by Frederick Boyle, Author of “The Treasure of Thorbnms,” Good Hater,” “Legends of Bnngalow," Ac., &c. READERS of the WE BK L 7 NORTHERN WHIG will find “HER EVIL GENIUS" much to interest and excite
27 October 1888 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DYERS AND CLEANERS 21, ARTHUR STREET,

DYERS AND CLEANERS 21, ARTHUR STREET,

PROPBRTIES SOU SALS. The following properties ore offered tor sale our advertising oolnmne:— Mill, Templepitrlck.—Apply to Mosers. T. & D. C. Boggs, solicitors, Ballyclare. Buildings Aehburn Houpo, Strandbown. —Apply to Mr. Thomas Fuher, 28, Arthur Street, Belfast. House aud pre
27 October 1888 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE COLLIERS’ STRIKE.

THE COLLIERS’ STRIKE.

An adjourned conference of employers and employed In the Oldham and Ashton mining districts, including also the colliers of Hoy ton, and Cheshire, was held yesterday In Manchester. Mr. Boyd, of Duldnfield Colliery, presided, and the employers were largely represented. Mr. Thomas
27 October 1888 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland