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GLANTOEhIi.EII 1. FIIESIIVICAIT P. CIVIL BEGS . e the (Ir. of the City that he be ofr c 4 the

GLANTOEhIi.EII 1. FIIESIIVICAIT P. CIVIL BEGS . e the (Ir. of the City that he be ofr c 4 the

abuse Int wi h t AT THE CLUB CIGAR DEPOT, ?1 George's :-treet, (3 Dogwe the County Club Domes) Ltowriek Coffee aril Smoking sttach d
August 15, 1881 - Bassett's Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
io portion of tl.O - cgeloinfee at the fallowing charger Ift/ Two ear ode, 17a. OA. per mon', " year

io portion of tl.O - cgeloinfee at the fallowing charger Ift/ Two ear ode, 17a. OA. per mon', " year

do., El " Over 3 yearn. XI sa. 04.1." Atartarati .o to be made at Tree-, waoll, (By orrler,) Ws. aIcI;uNNEI.L. ,rvinry of o.)..tu.ate• Tatra 11e11 16 June. lanl. be co•ANerattoe oat e:- eosntahle for
August 15, 1881 - Bassett's Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
CA L 8 O'CONNOR & MORGAN Are Doe Ltuttni tor PERILLA," from •I tone, NO TONS CIP SCOTCH COALS Vgblob

CA L 8 O'CONNOR & MORGAN Are Doe Ltuttni tor PERILLA," from •I tone, NO TONS CIP SCOTCH COALS Vgblob

rune and is of quality. Early appl;ca-n n is ta tbe Tallymen on board tto. V 114 i at ECSSIC.LIt c)U&Y , or Imp Otorrr i Cool Yards, til auti Coloar Worobinerra. CITt I W11.1.141141T., Agnota for the 544 of GOULDING'S Manors, If as Manure. Ittatture,Coro end Orttns itlnnorNPitos
August 15, 1881 - Bassett's Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CITY BETTING.

LONDON CITY BETTING.

HBO& HANDICAP. 2 Brown Bess w 7to 1 Dominic 10 to 1 Roulette 10 to 1 Lady of Lyons colt t o 100 to 8 Mother Shipton t w 100th 7 Sideral t 100th 8 Dreamland o HT. LIONS. 9to 4 Agit Iroquois 4to 1 Perigrine to 1 St. Louis to 10 to 1 Limestone t 100 to 6 Geologist t o al to 1 Priva
August 15, 1881 - Ulster Echo - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
, Antuseintais. ULSTER HALL, BELFAST. Sole Responsible Manager . Mr. J. F. GRAND OPENING OF THE SEASON, Engagement for Six

, Antuseintais. ULSTER HALL, BELFAST. Sole Responsible Manager . Mr. J. F. GRAND OPENING OF THE SEASON, Engagement for Six

Nights of MR. D'OYLY CARTE'S OPERA COMPANY, Mr. Gerald Coventry, Mr. G. W. Marnock, Mr. G. Marler, Mr. W. 'Howley, and Mr. David Fisher, jun. ; Miss Laura Clement, Mies Millie Vera, Miss Kate Husk, Mims Ethel Maribel, and Miss Augusta Roche. Fall Band and Chorus. Doors open at 7
August 15, 1881 - Ulster Echo - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOTICE. THE GREAT SALE , AS ALREADY ADVERTISED, IS NOW GOING ON. STOCK MUST BE REALISED. WILL BE SOLD GENERALLY

NOTICE. THE GREAT SALE , AS ALREADY ADVERTISED, IS NOW GOING ON. STOCK MUST BE REALISED. WILL BE SOLD GENERALLY

AT COST, BUT A LARGE PORTION WILL BE SOLD CONSIDERABLY BELOW COST. JAMES NEILL & CO., WATCHMAKERS, JEWELLERS, SILVERSMITHS, AND OPTICIANS 14, DONEtaLL PLACE.
August 15, 1881 - Ulster Echo - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPECIAL PURCHASE OF SILK UMBRELLAS. WEHAVE JUST RECEIVED A Large Delivery of SILK UMBRELLAS, Paragon Frames, for Ladies and Gentlemen,

SPECIAL PURCHASE OF SILK UMBRELLAS. WEHAVE JUST RECEIVED A Large Delivery of SILK UMBRELLAS, Paragon Frames, for Ladies and Gentlemen,

with a variety of choice handles, which we have marked at the very moderate Price of 7s. M. JOHN MARSHALL & CO., HOSIERS, GLOVERS, & OUTFITTERS, 2 AND 4, CASTLE PLACE (Corner of Castle Place and Corn Market), BALTAST. 2072
August 15, 1881 - Ulster Echo - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WHISKY. FOR SALE FLNE OLD WHISKY. 20 PINT, 4e Quart, les Gal. Guinness's Pure XX Guarinteed—delivered at le 8d per

WHISKY. FOR SALE FLNE OLD WHISKY. 20 PINT, 4e Quart, les Gal. Guinness's Pure XX Guarinteed—delivered at le 8d per

Dozen. Illsopp's Pale Ale, 28 4d per Dozen. STEPHEN ArKENNA'S STORE, 107, OLD LODGE ROAD. 2157
August 15, 1881 - Ulster Echo - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

B.U.W.C.C. v. Finaoht C.C.—This, the return match, was played Ormeau on Saturday, and resulted in a draw in favour of the home club. Each of the teams appeared in full strencth to decide their abilities for the season. Mr. who played with much discretion for the home team, score
August 15, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOLLOW THE PRINCESS.

FOLLOW THE PRINCESS.

Tho Princess of Wales is regarded witn anxious looks by tho superstitious ones when she first appears at any races. The fact of her wearing a cloak with the colours of the winner of the Derby on the day of the race gave an impetus to this sort of religion, and now that her Royal
August 15, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland