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THE ROYAL PRINCES.

THE ROYAL PRINCES.

The characters of the two sons of the Prince and Princess of Wales are well reflected in the reply they made to the address presented them ’by the boys of Prince Alfred College, Adelaide. It ran thus :—“ Boys of Prince Alfred College— It gave us great pleasure to come amongst yo
September 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUR INDUSTRIAL HISTORY.

OUR INDUSTRIAL HISTORY.

steady, energetic growth has marked our industrial history until about eight years ago. measured by the demands made by England the foreigner, shown by the table of imports, that growth has been exceedingly steady from 1706 1873. As at once the product of, and reacting upon, tha
September 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CUTLERY, &c.

CUTLERY, &c.

hare at present on band a Large and New Assortment of Table Knives, Pocket Kniv?s, Razors, Scissors, Corkscrews, Button Hooks, Key Rings, Steel Albert Chains, Razor Strops. Shaving Brushes. Ac. Far chaser s will Best Goods at modcratf price*. A large assortment of Barber’s Knive
September 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WATCH CLUB. EDWARD POLLAND’S 4J, Castle I^ane) SIXTH WATCH, CLOCK, ana JEWELLERY CLUB will Open on THURSDAY, September Bth, Eight

WATCH CLUB. EDWARD POLLAND’S 4J, Castle I^ane) SIXTH WATCH, CLOCK, ana JEWELLERY CLUB will Open on THURSDAY, September Bth, Eight

o’clock p.ro. Rules on application. Wiicn Emma Watch Cleaned .. New Mainspring Fitted .. Gd New Jewels Pitted. 2s Od edwardTolland, 5, DONEGALL STREET. 10600
September 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GLASS FLY TRAPS, SIXPENCE EACH. Should be in every room of every House. ROBERT HOGG & CO., Hion Street Puce.

GLASS FLY TRAPS, SIXPENCE EACH. Should be in every room of every House. ROBERT HOGG & CO., Hion Street Puce.

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September 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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SPECIAL PUKCHASE OP SILK UMBRELLAS. WE HATE JUST EECEIVED A LARGE Delivery of SILK UMBRELLAS, Paragon Frames, for Ladies and

SPECIAL PUKCHASE OP SILK UMBRELLAS. WE HATE JUST EECEIVED A LARGE Delivery of SILK UMBRELLAS, Paragon Frames, for Ladies and

Gentlemen, with variety of choice handles, which we have marked at the very moderate Price of Gd. JOHN MARSHALL & CO., HOSIERS, GLOVERS, OUTFITTERS, 2 *SD 4, CASTLE PLACE (Corner of Castle Place and Corn Market), Eel? ast. 8918
September 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OTRAYED or Stolen, from 12, Doncgall Black and Tanned Setter Bitch; 12tb inst. If returned will be rewarded, and dotained

OTRAYED or Stolen, from 12, Doncgall Black and Tanned Setter Bitch; 12tb inst. If returned will be rewarded, and dotained

will be prosecuted. NORTHERN BANKING COMPANY. The annual general meeting 0 the PROPRIETORS of the STOCK of the NORTHERN BANKING COMPANY will held at the BANK, in BELFAST, THUBSDAY, the 29th Day of September instant, at Twelve o’clock Noon, to transact tfee business. Signed Order
September 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER BANKING COMPANY.

ULSTER BANKING COMPANY.

THE GENERAL ANNUAL MEETING tba PROPRIETORS of tbo STOCK the ULSTER BANKING COMPANY will be held the BANK, at Belfast, on THURSDAY, the 29th September instant, at the hour of One o’clock p.m., to transact the necessary business agreeably to the deed of co-partnership. (Signed bv
September 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATER ACCOUNT,

LATER ACCOUNT,

The Central News says the following telegram has just been received tho Union Company : “Capetown, Sept. Ist, 8 a.m.—Another boat, with Forder (second officer), Diver (third), Turner (fourth), Hawkins, House, Sheffick (able seamen), Henorz, Heynes, and Potter (firemen), and one
September 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AGRICULTURAL DEPRESSION.

AGRICULTURAL DEPRESSION.

[PROM THE DAILY NEWS OP THIS MORNING.] All the help which the agricultural interest can receive from Parliament, the present Government is ready to afford it. From the Oppoaition it would get nothing, oven if the rashness of its least instructive members should force upon the pa
September 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland