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THE REST VALUE IN RIOTS AND SHOES EVER OFFERED IN TOWN TO RE HAD ONLY AT

THE REST VALUE IN RIOTS AND SHOES EVER OFFERED IN TOWN TO RE HAD ONLY AT

THE REST VALUE IN AND SHOES EVER OFFERED IN TOWN TO RE HAD ONLY AT WILLI NM WALISTER'S, 33, HIGH STREET, NEWTOWNARDS, wWA. HEIN TO INTIMATE T.I PIS NUMEROII4 CUiTOMERS THAT HE HAS • now to hi* welkamorte.l Stock Bt,OTS. 8110E8, and SLIPPERS, Choice A.aorttnent of hie own loake, c
February 5, 1881 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
 
WiLLIAM x JOHN GAFFIKIN, FLESHERS, 27, ANN STREET, RESPECTFULLY INTIMATE TO tbe:r FRIENDS and the PUBLIC that y INTEND CARRYI3

WiLLIAM x JOHN GAFFIKIN, FLESHERS, 27, ANN STREET, RESPECTFULLY INTIMATE TO tbe:r FRIENDS and the PUBLIC that y INTEND CARRYI3

, I ON TUE BUSINESS conducted by their Father (the late JOHN for up• warda of half a century in Belles', and hope that the liberal patronage beatowed upon him will be continued to them. No will be spared by the New Fitm to merit io e•erp Department the support and confidence of
February 5, 1881 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
 
NOTICE OF REMOVAL. JOHN HARVEY, LITTLE PRANCeS ITRECT, ANNOUNCE Tolls Customers and the Public t'4 he his Removed to that

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. JOHN HARVEY, LITTLE PRANCeS ITRECT, ANNOUNCE Tolls Customers and the Public t'4 he his Removed to that

lately ermined by Mr TUMULT, at the comer of North Street and Femmes Ste rt, where he hope. to be favoured with a continuance of the support hitherto accorded to him. JOHN HARVEY, BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURER, CoPIO II OF NORTH STREET STREET, awrowit alum
February 5, 1881 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
 
NATIONAL LINZ TO NSW TO!!.

NATIONAL LINZ TO NSW TO!!.

NOTICE. Tate Compeay takes the Biel 4 Insurance Op to £100,000) as each d ita Veneta, thus give,' Pameogers the boat potable guarantee for safety and avoidance d danger at tea. The meet eoutheriy route b.. always bent by thin Cutopauy to .void lee sad Ned• WWI.. From to NEW YORK
November 5, 1881 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
 
IMPORTANT NOTICE.

IMPORTANT NOTICE.

The TENDER Purim to these WI. from PR 'KCVOS QUAY; I.ONOONDEIRY. at NOON /HID ITN. or. thus in good lino to V In Loodondony Friday Pompom THE ONLY LINE TO NEW YORK FROM " ANCHOR" LINE. MAIL LONDONDERRY TO NEW YORK (DIRR All 'sew: time 9 to 19 Dar. 8.8. Pummels. 5,500 'raw, Frida
November 5, 1881 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
 

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HAVING REM THE SERVICE. OF Mr. B. 107 ant 100. Hamraditch. Losdos, as my Cos uu mica Boyar, I beg to Worts the Working Hee of Seetoossids and County Dews that I will receive a herb Bale of IleroodAssad C 1 hint ones a mouth. which Gordo far sureties to the slop sow madeorp cloth
November 5, 1881 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ILICTION OF CHAIII/IIP.

ILICTION OF CHAIII/IIP.

The minutes of the last annual meeting having been 'read by the Town Clerk (Mn William M'Gowan), and confirmed on the motion of Mr. COPLLAND, seconded by Mr. The CM mid their fleet business to select some member of the Board to preside over their proceedings fur the ensuing y ea
November 18, 1882 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
 
CONVICTION OF TILE PRISONER.

CONVICTION OF TILE PRISONER.

Dublin. Wednesday. The trial of the prisoners for the Maamtrasna massacre, one of the most appalling of modern tragedies, was resumed this morning Amongst the most prominent personages prosent were—The Under-Secretary for Ireland, Colonel Jenkinson, chief of the Crime Department
November 18, 1882 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THROUGH THE TUXES. 'The a Sunday evening—the Pennsylvania Witt hurried speed goes dashing, its destined Six and upwards—a precious human

THROUGH THE TUXES. 'The a Sunday evening—the Pennsylvania Witt hurried speed goes dashing, its destined Six and upwards—a precious human

throng , — Vint train City moot proudly bears It gaily iournsys onward, just like a thing of life, To take expected loved ones to husband, child. or wife. No lurking few of danger Us any me with awe But moon. I seek bosom feels horror end Th. furnace-door lies open, end forth th
November 18, 1882 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE PERILS OF THE ELECTRIC

THE PERILS OF THE ELECTRIC

LIGHT. To be struck dead by lightning is a possibility banging over the bead of every inhabitant of this part of the world. ♦ new penl is added—of being killed by contact with an electric light wire. A few weeks ago, in a street in the lower pert of this city, many horses were s
November 18, 1882 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland