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IAT, JULY 4, 1891.

IAT, JULY 4, 1891.

villagers, and made herself acquainted with theta individually as if they were human beings like herself ; she visited them at their houses in a graceful, quiet way, that set them at their sass, end never asked uncomfortable questions, or went " poking and what prying." it, into
July 4, 1891 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LISBURN RIFLE ASSOCIATION.

LISBURN RIFLE ASSOCIATION.

O Saturday last the members of this association met at their range, F.ity Well, to compete for a prize presented by thigh Shaw, liFri., (captain of the association). The afternon was tine; lidlrt good ; wind very troublesome. Mr. Win. Meter an succeeded in topping the list viith
July 4, 1891 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CASTLE BUILDINGS, WE HAVE NOW TO OFFER DENNY'S LIMERICK RAMS, 10d per Lb. SINCLAIR'S HAMS, 10 to 14 Lbs., 9d

CASTLE BUILDINGS, WE HAVE NOW TO OFFER DENNY'S LIMERICK RAMS, 10d per Lb. SINCLAIR'S HAMS, 10 to 14 Lbs., 9d

FINEST BELFAST HAMS, 18 to 22 Lbs., '7d PRIME AMERICAN HAMS, Bid
July 4, 1891 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BEG TO INFORM TH PUBLIC I that I have a Splendid /Wort• ment of 6d and 1/- BRIER PIPES ;

BEG TO INFORM TH PUBLIC I that I have a Splendid /Wort• ment of 6d and 1/- BRIER PIPES ;

Also, a great variety of CIGARS and CIGARETTES IN STOCK. JAMES COULTER, 44, 130 W STREET,
July 4, 1891 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BREAD! BREAD!

BREAD! BREAD!

HUGHES' FIRST QUALITY BREAD L the Sweetest and Best. NO SECOND QUALITY MADE. PM' Leaf (full • • • Sid 41b. weight) 21b. Plain Loaf (fall weight) .. 21b. Cottage Leaf (fall weight) • • 21b. Pan Loaf dull weight It will be found Superior in Quality to the Bread sold at 6d per 41b.
April 2, 1892 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
wrote in to send me a letter which the mantas had received by post that morning. The enclosure ran as

wrote in to send me a letter which the mantas had received by post that morning. The enclosure ran as

follows : Madame,—You ware, I believe, a friend of the late Lucretia Borgia, or Mrs. Fraser ; if so, you la warn her friends, if you lmow them, that they do no service to her or hers by trying any further to unravel the mystery which surrounds her death ; but, on the other hand,
April 2, 1892 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST BREAD.

BELFAST BREAD.

DELIVERE' c I? rt BY OUR OWN DAILY IN LISBURN, lIILLSBOROUL+II, AND DISTRICTS. Ask for INGLIS'S BREAD, and getting it. Inferior Bread is often offorod in,4 o . a d, because of the larger profit for belling it. JAMES INGLIS & CO., Ltd,, BELFAST.
April 2, 1892 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LISBURN CATHEDRAL LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. Tee fotinightly meeting of the above society was held on Tuesday evening, in the

LISBURN CATHEDRAL LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. Tee fotinightly meeting of the above society was held on Tuesday evening, in the

Cathedral schoolhouse—Rev. Canon Pounden, president, in the chair. R e v. G. R. Bell having read a portion of Scripture, the Chairman said prayers, and the minutes of the previous meeting were read by the secretary, and adopted. The Chairman then briefly introduced Mr. Thomas M'
April 2, 1892 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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January 1, 1887 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A BITTER REVENGE. ST Asti..,r of " A Dreattfel tiorsti f., #s.

A BITTER REVENGE. ST Asti..,r of " A Dreattfel tiorsti f., #s.

A BITTER REVENGE. ST Asti..,r of " A Dreatt f. , #s. CHAPTER LIX. A HOLD STROVE. GASTON wondered much what Lady Farandale had clone, but he durst not go and see. Then he thought of the Count de Chantilly, and spared a little wonder for him too, which the count was paying him back
January 1, 1887 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland