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SEVEN PER CENT. MORTGAGE DEBENTURES. rpHE CAPITOL FREEHOLD LAND AND INVESTMENT COMPANY (Limiest)). Issue of £23,000 (balance if £400,000) 7

SEVEN PER CENT. MORTGAGE DEBENTURES. rpHE CAPITOL FREEHOLD LAND AND INVESTMENT COMPANY (Limiest)). Issue of £23,000 (balance if £400,000) 7

per Cont. Mortgage Debentures. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE LIST OF APPLICATIONS for the balance of the 7 per Cent. Mortgage Debentnres WILL CLOSE on or before the Mit inst. (By order) W. C. PRESCOTT, Secretary. Offices-139, Cannon Street, London, E.C.
27 February 1886 - Larne Reporter and Northern Counties Advertiser - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 FILLS is warranted to cure all from the Urinary Or ans, is either see

ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 FILLS is warranted to cure all from the Urinary Or ans, is either see

(acquired or constitutional), vet, and Paine in the Sack. Guarranteed free kora Mercury. Sold in Boxes, 4s. Od. by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors :or sent for six ty stamps by the Makers, Tua LISOOLN AND Deco CO., Lincoln. Wholesale, BARCLAY AND Sous, Landau, and all W
27 February 1886 - Larne Reporter and Northern Counties Advertiser - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PAUPERISM IN ENGLAND. OPERIAL PARLIAMEITT.

PAUPERISM IN ENGLAND. OPERIAL PARLIAMEITT.

In the Horn OF Feb. 19th, the Ctiaw. celloe presented and moved the trading of two bills to emend and consolidate the law. relating to lunacy. Their lordships rose at 115 minutes to Ilse o'clock. SERVICII In the Horse or Commons, Mr Dixon-Hartland asked srbether an early reply m
27 February 1886 - Bray and South Dublin Herald - Bray, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
BALE BY AUCTION. . ( l i l t\ TO BE LENT IN , ecr0v 5 4,J1,./k/ of £lOO and

BALE BY AUCTION. . ( l i l t\ TO BE LENT IN , ecr0v 5 4,J1,./k/ of £lOO and

npwartlB at Interest on or Landed Propotty. Apply to WILLIAM II HANCOCK, titdieitor, Lisburn. [
27 February 1886 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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27 February 1886 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
at the present day, and that they should all economise as much as possible; but let them not economise by

at the present day, and that they should all economise as much as possible; but let them not economise by

taking from the teachers that which they already had. In conclusion, he strongly appealed to the guardians to day in favour of the union remaining oontribn- tory. Rev. B. M'Cartan rose, and said it was not his wish or desire to detain the Board with any lengthened remarks on the
27 February 1886 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TAILORING. T. GETGOOD (Late of Mr. JOHN BITCHIEA 1 AESIRES TO INFORM THE PUBLIC / that, having takes the Premises

TAILORING. T. GETGOOD (Late of Mr. JOHN BITCHIEA 1 AESIRES TO INFORM THE PUBLIC / that, having takes the Premises

lately occupied by Messrs. Dtvtivic, Merchant Tailors (next to Ulster Bank), he is in a position to supply all the latest fashionable SUITINGS at Prices which he is confident will meet with the approval of the Public. SUITS MADE TO ORDER (Fit and Style Guaranteed). All Orders fr
27 February 1886 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LARGEST MANUFACTURER OF BOOTS IN IRELAND. se • t\ Spring Sides, Buttoned, or Laced; A RE ALL LEATHER, Sewn

THE LARGEST MANUFACTURER OF BOOTS IN IRELAND. se • t\ Spring Sides, Buttoned, or Laced; A RE ALL LEATHER, Sewn

by Machinery; £1 cannot rip. They give the foot that neat appearance so peculiar to French-made Boots. Bi RNEY' S, 71, NORTH STREET, BELFAST.
27 February 1886 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SEASON 188 5 . THE PURE-BRED SHORTHORN BULL, "RECRUIT" wILL STAND AT LAKEVIEW FARM. Fee to Tenants on the Estate

SEASON 188 5 . THE PURE-BRED SHORTHORN BULL, "RECRUIT" wILL STAND AT LAKEVIEW FARM. Fee to Tenants on the Estate

of Sir RICHARD WALLACE, Bart.-5/-; to be paid to Caretaker. RECRUIT, Rich Roan, calved 7th January, 1883. PEDIGREE Sir Tambour Magor, 45,678. Dam Precious Bth by Soldier, by Richard's Bulerar 32,300. g dam Precious sth by Bates Booth, 33,121. ggd Precious by British Flag, 19,331
27 February 1886 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
"WILLIAM THE SILENT, PRINCE OF ORANGE." LECTURE ON THE ABOVE BUH- L - 1 JECT will, (D v.) be delivered

"WILLIAM THE SILENT, PRINCE OF ORANGE." LECTURE ON THE ABOVE BUH- L - 1 JECT will, (D v.) be delivered

by Rev. W. J. MCAUGHAN, Belfast, on THURSDAY Evening, March llth, at EIGHT o'clock, in Market Square Schoolhouse. Proceeds to provide Prises for Bible Class Admission, Is, and 6d.
27 February 1886 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland