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THE HEALTH OF THE PREMIER.

THE HEALTH OF THE PREMIER.

{BY TKLEI>RAPI!.] The Press Association's Chester correspondent telegraphed l«t night that Mr. tdadstone now far restorer to hii usual condition of health that during the day he took exercise for a short time in the park. The precautions taken for the I'mnier's protection will n
October 21, 1881 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LAND COMMISSION.

THE LAND COMMISSION.

TUB FIRST LITIGANTS; The firat sitting the Lend Commission unde the Act 1881 took place yesterday at No. 2H, Upper Merrion Street. It waa evident that the formal opening of the Commission regarded with interest and (curiosity, the court was thronged for soirte tinte before the p
October 21, 1881 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST PETTY SESSIONS—Yesterday.

BELFAST PETTY SESSIONS—Yesterday.

CUSTODY COURT. [Before William Bell, Esq., J.P.; ami Bi.ward Ohm*. Esq., KM.) DISHONEST M'Cullongh, aged 17, an inmate of the Belfast Workhouse, was prosecuted for absconding from that institution, and also for stealing one suit clothes, the property of the Guardians. Mr. C.H.Wa
October 21, 1881 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Nose Machine.—A contri\-r.nc<- applied to the for an lionr <lailv directs the cart;, of which member cousists, that illtoi nose

Nose Machine.—A contri\-r.nc<- applied to the for an lionr <lailv directs the cart;, of which member cousists, that illtoi nose

is quickly shaped to perfection. 10, free * Secretly packet! for B<t. I>r S. iNnn. in the «• of th- N',oiib Ko&>' Xo-.. Mn nine an contrivance. P- 337. Utten, invited, ntd pamphlet upon the subject sent by ;t for tv.o stamps Alex, Kar Machine for outstanding ears, worn for a few
October 21, 1881 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOOTBALL.

FOOTBALL.

NORTH OF IRELAND FOOTBALL CLUB. SATURDAY, 15lh October, Ist XV. versus >0 Club. large attendance is requested, as Committee have fill several blanks in tho teams.
October 15, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHURCH OF THE SECOND CONGREGATION, ROSEMARY STREET. The Rev. J. A. KELLY, Rademon, will breach in the above Church TO-MORROW,

CHURCH OF THE SECOND CONGREGATION, ROSEMARY STREET. The Rev. J. A. KELLY, Rademon, will breach in the above Church TO-MORROW,

inat. 8 ( « »«11.30 t.m.
October 15, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Apply to Dr. M MURTRY, 11, Kglinl

Apply to Dr. M MURTRY, 11, Kglinl

ULSTERVILLE TERM ACE, LISBURN ROAD. TO LET, from the Ist of November, (ho HOUSE at present occupied by Canon Macllwaine. Tho situation is one the most pleasant in tho locality, and tho house ia excellent order; rent, £65 per annum. Apply to JOHN CHARLETON, 27, Victoria Street.
October 15, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MOUNT NERO, Oldpark RoaJ; Two Rcocytion, Four Bedroom-*, Close Range, Ac.; good order; free to Ut Nov.— James Jenkins, 65,

MOUNT NERO, Oldpark RoaJ; Two Rcocytion, Four Bedroom-*, Close Range, Ac.; good order; free to Ut Nov.— James Jenkins, 65,

Donegall Street.
October 15, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
rjpo be LET, MOYGAKA. W HITE HO USE; JL ro modelled and much improved, and quite ready for occupation. Also

rjpo be LET, MOYGAKA. W HITE HO USE; JL ro modelled and much improved, and quite ready for occupation. Also

to be LET, No. 2, MOYGARA TERRACE. Apply to GEORGE M'AULIFFE, Belfast. May, 1881. be LET, either Furnished or Untuiniehea, JL for such term as may ho agreed upon, MANSION-HOUSE, OFFICES, and GROUNDS of DUNCAIRN, situate within one milo of the Exchange, Belfast. The House is very
October 15, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BKKCHAM’S MAGIC COUGH PILLS.

BKKCHAM’S MAGIC COUGH PILLS.

As remedy for coughs in general, asthma, difficulty of breathing, shortness of breath, tight* ness and oppression of the chest, wheezing, Ac., these Pills stand unrivalled. They speedily remove that sense of oppression and difficulty of breathing which nightly deprive the patien
October 15, 1881 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland