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GENTLEMEN’S Clothes, or Ladies’ Ulsters or Jackets, can be Cleaned and Pressed, in a stylo unsurpassed, in a few hours;

GENTLEMEN’S Clothes, or Ladies’ Ulsters or Jackets, can be Cleaned and Pressed, in a stylo unsurpassed, in a few hours;

no shrinking; no injury to fabric; colours refreshed; and always ready when promised—At the Glasgow Dye Works, 42, Upper Arthur Street.—J. Nedus.
June 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST WATER COMMISSIONERS AND THE LATE MB. REA.

BELFAST WATER COMMISSIONERS AND THE LATE MB. REA.

The Law Committee of the Belfast Water Board met in their Offices, Rosemary Street Place, yesterday afternoon, and after disposing of considerable amount of law business in connection with the administration of the trust, the written application of Mr. Francis Rea and his daught
June 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WIFE MURDER AT HULL.

WIFE MURDER AT HULL.

This morning between five and six o'clock, fisherman named James Ash gave himself up to the Hull police, stating he had murdered his wife Ellen Ash, aged 28 years. On the police proceeding to his bouse, they found the woman lying on the bedroom floor with three wounds in her bre
June 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEW HANSOM CABS.

THE NEW HANSOM CABS.

A very fine hansom Cab was observed running through the streets of Belfast this forenoon, and created quite a sensation, crowds being tended to crit cise and examine it wherever W appeared. We understand that six of these cabs have arrived in town, and that they will be placed o
June 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST MONTHLY FAIR.

BELFAST MONTHLY FAIR.

The usual monthly fair was held.to-day. There was excellent supply of cattle, for which there was a ready demand, hut prices were rather in favour of buyers. The following are the official quolat’ons :—Springers, first class, from £l5 10s to £24 each; do. second, £P) 10s to £l5;
June 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FSUBTH EDITION.

FSUBTH EDITION.

THIS HAY’S EACES. Dentinck—Sarcasm beat Rcgnard. ANOTHER FRENCH AGGRES- SION. The French gunboat Leopard has boarded a Maltese schooner off the coast, examined her papers, left guards board, and accompanied her Msnastier. THE BATTLE AT CLONMEL. At late hour last night the police
June 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BERRY, THE BELFAST WORKING MEN’S CLOTHIER. NOW OPEN THE NEW PREMISES (Corner of Lombard and Sibecis) I HAVE great pleasure

BERRY, THE BELFAST WORKING MEN’S CLOTHIER. NOW OPEN THE NEW PREMISES (Corner of Lombard and Sibecis) I HAVE great pleasure

in informing yon that for Variety and Style of New and Second-band Clothing this Establishment will sarpaes ail other previous selections. I take this oomrtxuvt'f thanking rrt'j customers, the working Ecliast. for their esteemed and liberal support for the past, crad beg respect
June 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SAXONY TROUSERINGS Jn the New Stylet. Light, Soft, and Durable, JOs 6d. Extra Quality, 13s 6d, 'j Saif Guinea Quality

SAXONY TROUSERINGS Jn the New Stylet. Light, Soft, and Durable, JOs 6d. Extra Quality, 13s 6d, 'j Saif Guinea Quality

is extraordinary value. CORN HILL CLOTH COMPANY, Place, Bridge St., North St. 3999.8 TIMBER, SLATES, &c.
June 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BBIPPING

BBIPPING

AND BANGOR STEAUEES, 3ED.- AND BANGOR CASTLE. - „ JUNE AND JULY SAILINGS. QUEEN'S BRIDGE. BELFAST rw»thecpernutting exc«pt3d>—Weekday?, 6, 7. and 10.80 a.m.. 12 noon. 3,5, and 6.30 p.d- Sundayi, U and 3.30 p.m. rroxa BAKGOR—Weekdays, at and 8.45 m.. 13d0. 3,4ji0, 6.30, and 8 p.n
June 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IIUBRAY, SONS & COY’S

IIUBRAY, SONS & COY’S

MELLOW 1 . l6aBel<lcts<> O6fther;nmTotu^w OKlNGjimifs#! IXTURE Sold in 1 nod ~oia. and » j.,,- CanlMlcrs paper lined), 4o*g. eacJi. Stkst, Bsij-i®. tS "* Coataona Three the Strength Ordinary Breakfast Beverage*. ONCE TBEED, ALWAYS w - Gamai Ao*kt» Belfi*! —Cteto * ITMiiUm j * J.
June 1, 1881 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland