A GRAD DATE and experienced Teacher proposes Grinding for the nest R.U. and Q.C.B. Matric. Exams.; terms moderate. Address box 8409, this Office. EXPERIENCED Tutor, who can bo specially J recommended, for backward delicate children; would take an additional tuition, French and C
Lot of West of England awl Scotch Wool COAT I y which I Make Order at the above, '//rices, COA and VEST, Bound Edges, Superior Style and lies! Etnisli. -tUs : SUIT, O-jh. These floods hare been, purchased from the Best Mahers, and I can with confidence recommend them as being th
&c. 5o be Sold AUCTION, in the FLAX MARKET, Belfast, FRIDAY’, the 22ni July, the hour of Twelve o’clock sharp. K A NEW RED PINE PLANKS, to 14 feet long, 12x3; 20 Pine Planks. feet long, 13x2; 1,000 Pine Boards, 12 to 24 feet .ong, 12 to 17 inches broad, all 1 inch ; 600 Boards (
Anonymous communications cannot be attended to. We do not bold ourselves responsible for opinions ex. pressed correspondents. beg to notify to our numerous correspondents that it is Imperative they should write on one side of HIGH WATER IN BELFAST.—To-Momnoxo Vorning .. 61i. n.
I HAVE just received Second Delivery of Shirts for the Season, including many new and choice patterns. Would specially direct attention to a lot of Bine Stripes 2s lid. W. J. REID,. PARAGON SHIRT ESTABLISHMENT, (Opposite Victoria Hall). NOTICE. HAVING secured the services of Mr.
Public for the share of patronage with which he has been favoured for the past fourteen years, and hopes with first-class workmanship, combined with moderate charges, to merit a continuance of the same. Estimates given free of charge.
Richard Bowatead was charged with having violently assaulted Robert Kerr on the night of the I3th. Mr. M‘Lean prosecuted, and Mr. Ward defended. Prosecutor said that he lived in Lceson Street, and was at the corner of that street on the night of the 13th July. Prisoner and some
The Grand Jury of County Down was empanelled yesterday before the High-Sheriff, Mr. Richard Kcown-Boyd, J.P., and the Sub-Sheriff, Mr. Hugh C. Kelly. The report of Mr. Henry surveyor for the Northern division of the county, contained expression of opinion favourable to the Act o