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THE BANNER OF ULSTER, TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1864.

THE BANNER OF ULSTER, TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1864.

31 January 1854 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
good olorer meadow bay. If turnips are not to bo bad, or bay not good, fire little linseed cake, broken

good olorer meadow bay. If turnips are not to bo bad, or bay not good, fire little linseed cake, broken

or bruised in their troogbs, which will strengthen tho owes this period. Any artificial food now given will bo amply repaid in improved condition of the stock by the end of the season. One caution wo must give: let tlw extra food given sweet and good, but not in snob quantities
31 January 1854 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DOWNPATRICK. Jar. 27- Wheat, to per cwU; bniley, 9a to 9» 6d per do.; oat*. 9a Od to 9a per

DOWNPATRICK. Jar. 27- Wheat, to per cwU; bniley, 9a to 9» 6d per do.; oat*. 9a Od to 9a per

«tu.; oaUneal, IS* to 18s per do.; butter, firkin, top pnee, lid per lb.; potatoea. s>l to fid per atone; beef. 4d to fid per lb.; mutton, fid to 7d per do.: bides, cow, fid to 17a each; tallow, to per atone; em, per do*.; bay, uptand, to 4a fid per cwt.; meadow, 2a to od per do
31 January 1854 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TUB CJIPTAIu'i STATF.MKKT.

TUB CJIPTAIu'i STATF.MKKT.

Captain Noble, o bad himself a »ba»e in the unfortunate »hip, states comp saes were altogether wrong, and be has himself drawn up the following memorandum, at the request of the gentlemen from whom hare received . . , •* Eleven o'clock, a.m., sighte the land, distant about sis m
31 January 1854 - Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
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31 January 1854 - Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TIIR ARMY.

TIIR ARMY.

A memorial in favour of making the town again the Seal of a Depot, is getting up Nenagh. The texture of the new summer trousers for the infantry is the same as those hitherto in use, the colour only being changed to dark blue, with a red stripe down the scam. General Lord Gough
31 January 1854 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
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* curilK-a 4<l,tSV.; Unllivo iocrcaml X 7.114/.; let lucn X r.l 96V.. rrwrve dterrawd Th» Mai anuanl bolltoo w»» lt.<'9t.7*tl. The foUo» io* kre tl.r price* of run* lb* Irkding block* ■ml Mine* in f'aluril*;'* market —Bank Slock, SI7; Ilc4uoc4 par Cent* . al. »ci. I|. I. Contois
31 January 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
antediluvian antiquity of that breechlcs* family. A Spanish beggar, while he entreats for halfpenny, will count you up pedigree reaching

antediluvian antiquity of that breechlcs* family. A Spanish beggar, while he entreats for halfpenny, will count you up pedigree reaching

fur beyond the Mosaic creation, and will bewail, with tears, the loss of the family title deed* the general deluge. Indeed, Mr. Duffy (alas! that cannot lull him the ancient family title of O’Duffy,” his big having been torn from him some cruel stroke of tale!) is far too modest
31 January 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANTED, A RESPECTABLE LAD an Apprentice to the Linen Yarn, Fla*, and Tow Trade. person who will make bimaelf generally

ANTED, A RESPECTABLE LAD an Apprentice to the Linen Yarn, Fla*, and Tow Trade. person who will make bimaelf generally

o.efol will liberallv treated with. Application to Y." Hie; Office Belfast, 3l*t Jan., 1854. f-3d WANTED, EXPERIENCED CLEUK, who understands the keeping of Hooka and tie usual routine of office. Apply Irtter, staling terms aud reference*, U> Robert Macaulay A Son, Flour Mills, l
31 January 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
T BEATR E, BELFAST

T BEATR E, BELFAST

THE BENEFIT OF MR. CLHKINGHAM* on which occaeioo Mr*. Cunniogham will her 6r*t and only appearance Uii< Season. On FItIDAY Evening. February 1554, the Performance* will cnmmeiicc wiib the favourite Comedy of TIME TIUF.B ALL. Principal Charactrra by Messrs. Bell, ''myt'iion, Canm
31 January 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland