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Lipton has paid iu duty, for his week's cleantuce of Tea, the largest ch3que ever received by He r Majesty's

Lipton has paid iu duty, for his week's cleantuce of Tea, the largest ch3que ever received by He r Majesty's

Customs, Loudon, 3 (i)s. 9D. This represents over one-half of the average weekly payment.; for duty paid by the entire Tea trade on the whole of the Tea imported into Great Brlulu. ROYAL APPOINTMENT. LI PTON, TEA MERCHANT
December 26, 1896 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REASON WHY.

THE REASON WHY.

The reason why Lipton's Teas have such a hold on the Public is easily explained in a tew words. In purchasing from Lipton they buy milEcT from the GROWER at PLANTER'S prices, thus getting the best value that money can buy. NOTE THE PRICES. THE
December 26, 1896 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
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- • . • GOLD MEDAL SPARKLING TABLE WATERS, ZZIOHNED FOR TRIM UIFILIVALLED PURITY AID ZURLLENCE, AND =OH* 30KIDED By II UNDUE. OH WELL-INOWN MEDICA 111 IN ALL PARTS OP UNITED KINGDOM, AND BOLD ET OVER 3,000 These Waters are all guaranteed, the contents being stated on the labels;
December 26, 1896 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
A Steamer will leave Dundalk Quay, on Saturday 26th December, for Liverpool. at 2.0 p w ; returning from Liverpool

A Steamer will leave Dundalk Quay, on Saturday 26th December, for Liverpool. at 2.0 p w ; returning from Liverpool

on Tuesday, 2 9 th December, at 304 p m (weather, etc,. permitting). By Order. HALT : IRISH MANUFACTURERS. ALBERT L ALTMAN & CO. 1,2, 3. 4,5, 6, & 39,..111/11D1;EFOOT-STI:EET, DUBLIN. Dai and Table Salt, also Blocks, 3d : Id Bags, rrackets. Drums. Jars. Also all other descriptio
December 26, 1896 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
HIGHEST AWARD

HIGHEST AWARD

Gold Medal Paris International Exhibision, 1889. Agent for Dundalk, Drogheda. end District- - JOHN FEIGHBRY, PARK STREET. DUNDALK.
December 26, 1896 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
BE OBTAINED RETAIL FROM ALL DEALERS. WHOLESALE FROM RY COX & CO.:, S, RUMFORD STREET, LIVERPOOL PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF

BE OBTAINED RETAIL FROM ALL DEALERS. WHOLESALE FROM RY COX & CO.:, S, RUMFORD STREET, LIVERPOOL PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF

ADDRESS :- (Nearly Oppoaite WILLIAMSON'S.) P. RICE, HOUSE DECORATOR, FRANCIS STREET, DUNDALK. Makes Private Cash Advancers from £5 to £I,OOO a Note of Hand aloof., at less Interest than any Loan Bank or Private in Ireland, foe a time from one month to 14 years. ♦ll emeinunicatio
December 26, 1896 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
HIGHEST AWARD

HIGHEST AWARD

Silver Medal, Health 1884. Gold Tedal, Intonational Exhibition, Barcelona, 1888. Order of Twit. :International Adelaide, 1887.
December 26, 1896 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
PRKSCRIPFION FREE.

PRKSCRIPFION FREE.

I have resolved, after much consideration, to give to sufferers who will send me a self-addressed envelope, the Prescription which cured me after 17 years of suffering from Nervous Debility, caused by she Errors of Youth. This Prescription is from my owa experience an infallible
December 26, 1896 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
A SHOCKING PARISIAN CRIME.

A SHOCKING PARISIAN CRIME.

All Paris has been horifietri by another case of child torture of the most monstrous character. A fine little boy of 2+ yews has been burned with a hot iron, cut with a knife, scratched with nails, beaten black and blue. his legs tied tightly with string, and then thrown into an
December 26, 1896 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
FIRE IN CHURCH STREET.

FIRE IN CHURCH STREET.

About four o'clock this (Tnursday) morning a store, situated in Kelly's-court—off Church-streetwas observed to be ou fire by some men who were working in Mr O'Neill's malt stores. The men at once gave the alarm, and in a short time a large crowd had assembled, and a number of co
December 26, 1896 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland