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A BOBBERY FROM TTBOKZ.

A BOBBERY FROM TTBOKZ.

Two lads nara® , . John Hughes and Thomaa Brown were Constable John Little, Donoughtr.ore, County Tyrone, with stealing a sum of £5, the property of John M’Kenna, farmer, of near Donoughmore. The prisoners were arrested on the Glasgow boat, where they had been followed by the co
January 9, 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THIS DAY’S SHIPPING.

THIS DAY’S SHIPPING.

THIS PORT ON THE 9TH INST.—The Busy, Thomas, from Bangor, N.W., with slates. The Danish schooner Sondcrjylland, Faroe, !rom Faroe Islands, for Bilbao, with fish, put in repair—Th. Tbronsen, agem. The Thomas. Mercer, from Glasgow, with general cargo. The ss Mary Monica, Volant, a
January 9, 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LATE M. GAMBETTA.

THE LATE M. GAMBETTA.

THE LATE M. Despite the pressure put on M, Gambetla, sen., to allow the remains of his son to remain ParE, preparations for the funeral at Nice arc being pushed forward. RETURN OF TO ZULULAND. The Daily .\eics Mantzburg correspondent telegraphs yesterdayCetywayq’s escort reached
January 9, 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHRISTMAS CARDS GREAT VARIETY;. VERT CHEAP. R. BROWNLIE’S, 76, VICTORIA STREET.

CHRISTMAS CARDS GREAT VARIETY;. VERT CHEAP. R. BROWNLIE’S, 76, VICTORIA STREET.

November 17, 1882 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SENTENCE.

THE SENTENCE.

Mr. Josico Barrt, m awarding the penalty of death, said—Patrick Casey, after most patient trial, you have been convicted by jury of your fellow countrymen of the crime of murder. The murder charged agains you in the indictment on which you have been convicted ie the murder of Br
November 17, 1882 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POISONING FATALITY.

POISONING FATALITY.

An inquest was acid Wednesday on the body of funner named John Hartley, of Berryholme, near Kendal, who was poisoned under singular circumstances. Deceased, who was years of age, had been suffering from rheumatism, ana taking Mother Siegel’s syrup to cure himself. The syrup was
November 17, 1882 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
James Peacock, UORQAIi WATOBUAXEB, JEWEIEHB, ADD omCIAN, 89, NORTH STREET. ATE ICE. T>A&TI*B wishful « MALLT 0009 Jr ARTICLE HA6ORABLE

James Peacock, UORQAIi WATOBUAXEB, JEWEIEHB, ADD omCIAN, 89, NORTH STREET. ATE ICE. T>A&TI*B wishful « MALLT 0009 Jr ARTICLE HA6ORABLE

PRICB waaM do well to call at lha Hitobliehmaet. OLOCIB FROM WWARDS. WATOUB FROM Ms OTWABDS. BFBOTACLRB TO SOU ALL BIGHTS non UPWARDS. Every Watch and CleSk Warranted. Old Watches lal»n Xaobange. WATCHES CLOCKS, & WELLE deahld ami Rapairtd on tbs Premise* Flrst-elses Workmen.
February 26, 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
One Halfpehnt.

One Halfpehnt.

February 26, 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPORTANT.

IMPORTANT.

*TT}A.RTIES wishing to Dispose of their House•JL hold Furniture, m whole or part, either Privately or Public Auction, should once consult Mr. JAMES ALEXANDER HENDERSON, Auctioneer, Auction Hall, & 44, Castle Street, Belfast. . N.B.—-Highest Prices realised, and quiok settlements
February 26, 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CRANE. —Wanted, small Crane, capable of lifting two tons. Address box 1844, Evening Telegraph. CIVIL Service Appointments.—Tuition Conespondense; Candidates prepared

CRANE. —Wanted, small Crane, capable of lifting two tons. Address box 1844, Evening Telegraph. CIVIL Service Appointments.—Tuition Conespondense; Candidates prepared

the Pest) ter Oleshahips, Bneiee, easterns, Ac.; saeeess guaranteed. lC., Linton Bteeet, Leaden. 1247 WANTBD, . to th« in a small family. Address given Evening Telegraph. 1233 ANTED, smart, intelligent Vontb, aged 16, for rough Office Work; must be well recommended. Apply Belfas
February 26, 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland