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ALLAN LINE.

ALLAN LINE.

Royal mail bteameks UNITED 3TATE3 AND CANADA. Bia splendid Steamers of this Lino sail from LONDONDERRY TO BOSTON, U. 8., WEBS, Carrying passengers to all parts the United States and Canada at lowest bates. Boston, although bin eix hours’ journey rad of New York, is 200 miles nea
August 12, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PUBLICATION S.

PUBLICATION S.

WH. SMITH A SON, 12, Waring Street, . Bolfaet, have received the following New WORKS:— REVISED EDITION NEW TESTAMENT, at all prices, now ready. Glimpses of tho Past, by Charles Knight... 3a Rise and Fall of the Confederate Govern* mont, 2 Vole. Seccombo’a Army and Navy Birthday
August 12, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SIR BICUAKD R. SIKADB.

SIR BICUAKD R. SIKADB.

In reply Ur. RtousitD, The Marquis of HARTINGTON said that attention had been called to an at tide in the man, headed tho •'Restitution of Berar," which was violent attack policy of the GovorrmenS with respect to lbs appointment of Wilkarool-Omra colleague tno Sirdar Jung, the M
August 12, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AERATED WATER CONCERN

AERATED WATER CONCERN

AND BOTTLING STORES, IN BELFAST. FOR SALE. FOR Private SALE, the INTEREST in LEASE and GOODWILL of BUSINESS an Aerated Water Manufactory and General Bottling Establishment in Belfast. Every facility will be given to tho purchaser in the transfer of the business, which present is
August 8, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
petition from Strabane praying that Londonderry might be made an additional centre for the examination of students in connection with

petition from Strabane praying that Londonderry might be made an additional centre for the examination of students in connection with

the Royal University. Sir Wilfrid Lawson asked for an explanation from the Chairman of the Committee on Public Petitions as to the rejection of petition presented by himself in favour of Mr. Bradlaugb, and was informed that it was rejected bocauso the Committee thought it to be
August 8, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BANKHORB V. YORK ROAD.

BANKHORB V. YORK ROAD.

A return match between these clubs was played at Ormeau Park on Saturday evening, and, after a well-contested game, resulted in • victory for the visitors 22 runs. The Bankmoro having won the toss, sent their opponents to the wickets, and they were not disposed of until they hod
August 8, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ballymena and Larne Company were at tho present time only paying a dividend of 2 por cent,, so that they

Ballymena and Larne Company were at tho present time only paying a dividend of 2 por cent,, so that they

were not getting much out of the service, but if these schemers were passed it would only make matters worse, and, in lieu of one good service, as at present, the district would then have three bad services. The Ballymena and Larne Company, again, could never gain any advantage
August 8, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A PASTORAL AND THE LAND BILL.

A PASTORAL AND THE LAND BILL.

PASTORAL AND THE LAND BILL. Dublin, Sunday. The Catholic Archbishop of Dublin, in a pastoral issned to-day, says licentious liberty in the use of private judgment in matters pertaining to God is rapidly blotting out of men's mind every trace of a Divine revelation. The unbridled
August 8, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BAILING PACKET SHIPS AND

BAILING PACKET SHIPS AND

Four Timet a IKeet to New York, pMMogen Railway to aU pari* of America, Lowest Rates. Boston and Quebec once week; New Orleans every Fourteen Days; also to Texas, Australia. New Zealand, and Queensland, both from Liverpool and London. All parties intending to Emigrate should wri
August 13, 1881 - Ulster Gazette - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
STUDIO OPEN FROM 9 A.M.

STUDIO OPEN FROM 9 A.M.

STUDIO OPEN FROM A.M. GKSTLKMES'S ESIDEUCF.S, L/>NDfiCArE3, nqRBEO, B(WS. of all descriptions on the shortest nolice. Bee Bpecimen« « attention i> requested POHi'ADOWN UALWAY STATION i « «■" .pecklly to oar of PEBIASENT CABBON ENLAUOKMtNTa, A Catalogue Prio., gi.ing .aittW. WaU t
August 13, 1881 - Ulster Gazette - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland