Mr. Clooney, p.L.G., proposed, and Mr. Thomas Galavan, D.V.C., seconded the following " That we learn with surprise and disgust that Mr. Philip Sheehy, of Farrancgue, still continues to hold the Ballyquin farm, notwithstanding the unanimous condemnation passed upon him by all th
July 13, 1881 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
Belfast, Friday. —The weather has been mostly wet and sunless during the week. There have been no foreign arrivals since our last. Foreign and store grain—Wheat in fair request late rates. Flour unaltered. Indian corn in good consumptive demand, without material change in value.
Q-OOD ALL’S HODSEHOLD SPECIALITIES. Q.OODAIiL'B YOBKSHIBE RELISH most delicious 3aaca to World. This cheap and excellent .Sauce makes the plainest Hands palatable, anJ the daintiest dishes more i»* licions; and to chops, steaks, tisb, soap, is iacomparable. Sold by Grocers, Oilm
50, REGENT STREET, BELFAST. UNRESERVED SALE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. I have been favoured with instructions from Mr* William M'Knioiit to Sell bv Public AUG TION, on the Premises, 50, REGENT STREET, on IRIDAY, the 29th instant, commencing at 11.30 a.m., THE entire HOUSEHOLD FURNITUR
connection necessary; none but principals answered, or good going trade would be transferred on easy terms. Address box 8784, this Office. A YOUNG Lady, aged fifteen, desires engagement in either confectionery, stationery, china, music shop. Address given this Office. 8786 an ac
house; rent very moderate. Keys at 61. 7417 TO Let, comfortable Dwelling-Houses, with four Apartments and large Yards, convenient to Queen’s Bridge; rents, 3s to 3s weekly.—P. Quin, 14, Queen’s Quay. 7421 TO Let, convenient to Queen’s Bridge, House, with Shop; bar-fittings, do.,