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SALES BY AUCTION.

SALES BY AUCTION.

Aug. 12—Damaged flas, at tho Flax Market, Belfast —Mr. W. Montgomery. Aug. 12—Life policies, at the mart, Rosemary Street.—Messrs. H. C. Clarke 4 Son. Aug. 13—Meadow grass and orchards, at The Crewe, Glenavy.—Mr. S. Murphy. Aug. 15—Hardware, &o„ at the Imperial Salerooms, 119, D
August 12, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SECOND COURT.

SECOND COURT.

Before Messrs. Cuarlks Dcffin, J.P., and Edward Orhe, R.M.] THE POLICE AND THE FIRE BRIGADE. Mr. George Reilly, euperintendent of the Belfast Fire Brigade, and his eon, George Reilly, jnn., were summoned at the instance of Head-Constable Furey, of the Police Ofllco, who charged
August 12, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE OATHS QUESTION.

THE OATHS QUESTION.

Mr. GLADSTONE, in reply to Mr. Thomasson, who asked if during the recess the Government would coaeidor the introduction of Bill to allow every legally elected member to take his seat, whether willing to take the oath or not, said if the question had roferonce to the case of hon.
August 12, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENT FOR YOUNG LADIES (RESIDENT AND DAY PUPILS), THE ELMS, Belmont, Belfast. Mbs. and the Misses KEID QCHCOL DUTIES

EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENT FOR YOUNG LADIES (RESIDENT AND DAY PUPILS), THE ELMS, Belmont, Belfast. Mbs. and the Misses KEID QCHCOL DUTIES

will RESUMED on O MONDAY, 15th attendance requested.
August 10, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHEAP EMIGRATION TO CANADA BY THE BEATER LINE.—The (all powered, fast Steamers of the Canada Shipping Company, having all the

CHEAP EMIGRATION TO CANADA BY THE BEATER LINE.—The (all powered, fast Steamers of the Canada Shipping Company, having all the

most recent improvements, offer to Emigrants unsurpassed facilities (or reaching Canada by the shortest and most expeditions route. Liberal supply of food. Fares Steerage, £6; Government assisted passages—Farm Labourers, lbs; Domestic Servants, £3 16s.—Apply to H. J. SELKIRK, Ge
August 10, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COCKLE'S PILLS,

COCKLE'S PILLS,

will never fade from my memory; and friend of mine, who passed through the same district many months afterwards, informed me that fame as * medicine man had not died ont, bat that the marvellous cure was even then theme of conversation in the bazaar," A GOOD FAUILY MEDICINE CHES
August 10, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MORE RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

MORE RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

Oldham, Tuesday. Akother eerionH railway accident took place late last night at Shaw, near Oldham, by a special and ordinary train coming into collision. Both guards wero much injured, one of them not being expected toreooTer. The passengers escaped with a severe shaking. Four c
August 10, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REVOLUTIONISTS IN AMERICA.

REVOLUTIONISTS IN AMERICA.

REVOLUTIONISTS AMERICA. CmcAOO, Toesdat.— George J. West is stated to have vindicated himself from tho charge of being British spy. New York, Toesday.—Socialist meetings have passed resolutions protesting against tho alleged intention of the Government to arrest and sarrender Har
August 10, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LEEDS V. KNOCK.

LEEDS V. KNOCK.

Under moat adverse weather, this interesting meeting commenced Bloomfield on Monday evening; nevertheless, a large number of ladies and gentlemou assembled on the ground. Punctually at six o'clock tbe two teams took the field, and J. Dill, facing with Wilson, secured the rubber
August 10, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST RIFLE ASSOCIATION.

BELFAST RIFLE ASSOCIATION.

On Monday the mombere of the above association competed for the Uaitiui-Henry Rifle, presented by Ur. Braithwaite. The evening was dark and threatening rain, yet twenty-one members faced the elements, and very close and exciting match took place. Mr. J. W. M‘Connell headed the l
August 10, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland