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24, MONAGHAN STREET, NE WRY. WE BEG TO INTIMATE TO OUR numerous friends and Customers that we have Remov-d to

24, MONAGHAN STREET, NE WRY. WE BEG TO INTIMATE TO OUR numerous friends and Customers that we have Remov-d to

the above address, having leased those excellent Premise:, and made very extensive improvements and alterations. We shall carry on our trade in all its various Branches with entirely new Stock. Yours truly, GIIALOW & CO.
30 June 1892 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
EXECUTORS SALE OF VERY DESIRABLE FARM OF LAND, HORSES. CATTLE, IMPLEMENTS, GROWING CROPS, HOOSEHOLD iURNITURE, F. F. CAMPBELL WS BEEN

EXECUTORS SALE OF VERY DESIRABLE FARM OF LAND, HORSES. CATTLE, IMPLEMENTS, GROWING CROPS, HOOSEHOLD iURNITURE, F. F. CAMPBELL WS BEEN

INET.LUCTED BY THE EXECUTORS of hue Mr. PATRICK O'HACAN to Sell by AUCTION, FAUCHART, DUNDALK, o • FIJLsDAY, July sth, 1892, at ELEVEN ah...rp, the Interest in the Farm of Lc..'., DwOling-house, and Offieel thereon, known "RIVULET COTTAGE," situated in Faughart, on the leading r
30 June 1892 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE (11111 1 ,ATEST BOON THE WORLD 11AS EVER KNOWN. MIDDLEMEN'S PROFITS ABOLISHED. LIPTON 11Als Cer.ure in intimating to DDS

THE (11111 1 ,ATEST BOON THE WORLD 11AS EVER KNOWN. MIDDLEMEN'S PROFITS ABOLISHED. LIPTON 11Als Cer.ure in intimating to DDS

Millions of totner4 that Sc, has now commenced to make the finest EtSSENW OF P XE COFFEE r. RO This most, Delicious Beverage can now be obtained from all UPTON'S Branches Agencies through mit the Kingdoin, it the LOWEST PRICES ever heard of. FAC,'TS TO BE REMEMBERED! LIP ESSENCE
30 June 1892 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Board*, 1* 6d; per Post, 1* I

Board*, 1* 6d; per Post, 1* I

Board*, 1* 6d; per Post, 1* PubUtktd. THE DERRY AI WEST DIRJ Cyd**. ti»al*,Kclip»*»,and Bank Holidays Moon. High Wat— Derry, Ae. Bouse** Bemembrane—, Ae. Monthly Oardenieg Opera- uou Stamp Dotke.Tax—,Ae. Iriib Member* Parlia- fdra^oDlrt- FOB 1809. ,1s; perPod.Ußd. In BUI M. Weigh
30 June 1892 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
A TRIAL SOLICITED. PRICES MODERA TB.

A TRIAL SOLICITED. PRICES MODERA TB.

TRIAL SOLICITED. PRICES MODERA TB. THOMAS MILLAR, Wo a, Casual* Been, (Opposite Welch, Alargtlton't Factory).
30 June 1892 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
The Meeting will be addressed by

The Meeting will be addressed by

The Meeting will be addressed And other Popular Speakers. JOHN KELSO REID, Conducting Agent tor Mr.
30 June 1892 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE GREATEST BOON

THE GREATEST BOON

The World hat ever known. EMEN'3 PROFITS ABOLI LIPTON Has pleasure In intimating to hie Million* of Cantomire that has new commenced to make the finest ESSENCE OP COFFEE This meet delicious Beverage can now obtained front all Upton's Branches and Agencies throughout the Kingdom,
30 June 1892 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
OMAGH PARK SPORTS.

OMAGH PARK SPORTS.

Tb* annnri athletic (ports and boras competition promoted th* management ot Omagh Perk Cm pas took place yesterday under the moat favourable aotpioes, weather was delightfully fine, ground* in splendid condition, and the programme varied and attractive, embracing not only Ih* it
30 June 1892 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Tba proeeediog* afterward* lermineted with obean

Tba proeeediog* afterward* lermineted with obean

The eaoul conference thia eooiety met Magqireabridge on Wedoeaday, 2Sd met Bee. A. A. Wataoo, rector, took the chair, and after datotiooal eureiaea welcomed mam ban of confer, toce to Magoimbridge. Ha plaaaad to aaa tba rntnioDanea prcaeat, and apeak favourably of work done in o
30 June 1892 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
A SHELTER POP. ILL-TREATED CHILDREN.

A SHELTER POP. ILL-TREATED CHILDREN.

On Tuesday a bazaar was held Mrs Gibaou Black, ia tho grounds of Blackheath, Ckmtarf, in aid of a shelter, About to be opened by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. uum her of marquees were set up the lawn. The goods for sale the tent, presided over Mrs Block,
30 June 1892 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland