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1880 Belfast / Ulster Street Directory

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Indexes etc part 1
Indexes etc part 2

Historical Description

Advertisements

Juvenile Clothing in Every New and Seasonable Style
J. G. McGee & Co... have a Special Department for Boy's and Youth's Clothing.
J. G. McGee & Co....   Juvenile Clothiers.  Established 1832, High Street, Belfast.
Eton Suit, Cambridge Suit, Prince Arthur Suit, Norfolk Suit, Matador suit, Sailor Suit and Highland Suit.
As illustrated in our catalogue, Which will be sent post free, with Price Lists and Forms of Self-Measurement on application.

The Special Hard-Wearing Tweeds - which we have been using for some years past are acknowledged by all who have used them to be the very best and most economical materials ever introduced for Boy's and Youth's hard wear.  These Tweeds will be a standard article with us always.  They are adapted for all styles of Boy's Every Day Costumes.

A Large Stock of

Ready-Made Ulster Coats, Overcoats and Suits - Always on Hand - A Parcel sent on approval to any part of the County.

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Wheeler & Co's
Mineral Waters
Cromac Springs, Belfast......
March 20, 1862
It has been shown so conclusively that impure water is a common source of disease that we have been led to devote special attention to the quality of the water used in our manufactures, and have the pleasure to state that our Aerated Preparations are made from water which chemical analysts have shown to be absolutely free from all impurities. we subjoin the report of Professor Hodges.

Chemico-Agricultural Society of Ulster, Belfast May 3, 1872.

Dear Sirs - My analysis of the Cromac Water sent me from your Springs shows it to be a Water of superior purity, and remarkably free both from the mineral and Organic impurities which many waters in this country contain. Experience has proved the Cromac Water to be well suited for the manufacture of Beverages and Mineral Waters.... Yours Faithfully, John F. Hodges, M.D.F.C.S.
Professor of Medical Jurisprudence, Queen's College, Belfast; Chemist to the Chemico-Agricultural Society of Ulster, &c. &c.

Kali or Potash Water  -   Invaluable as a corrective of Acidity, Nausea and Irritation of the Stomach, much superior to Soda Water and highly recommended by Medical Authorities in cases of Rheumatism, Gout and Affections of the Kidneys.
Wheeler & Co's
Gingerale, Lemonade, Seltzer Water, Aerated Sarsaparilla.  Bass & Allsopp's Ales,
with Wheeler & Co's name on their registered Label, and the cork branded with a Wheel, are genuine' they never mix.  A very large stock of above Brewings in Bottle, Creamed and in prime condition.
If You Want - Guinness's XX Porter, unmixed - As for it labelled with the WHEEL Trade Mark and see that each cork is branded in the same way.
Wheeler & Co. Cromac Springs.

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The Castle Restaurant, Donegall Place, Belfast.
George Fisher -
has the greatest pleasure of announcing that while the Directory for 1880 was passing through the Press, he was able to take on Lease the Premises.
27, 29, 31 & 33 Donegall Place
occupied for many years by Messrs. William Ewart & Son, where so soon as the necessary alterations are completed, he intends to transfer his business.
It would be premature to indicate at present the way in which will be provided the increased accommodation, rendered necessary by the great development during thirteen years of the business of the Castle Restaurant, but it is the Proprietor's intention to open, in addition to the principal Dining Room up stairs, a large Saloon & Coffee Room on the Ground Floor, to provide ample accommodation for the comfort and convenience of Ladies, and rooms where seclusion and home comfort will be at the disposal of Private or Family parties. No pains or expense will be spared to maintain and extend the high character of
The Castle Restaurant - for Culinary Excellence & Moderate Charge.

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Established 1850 - By Her Majesty's Special Authority
Corry & Co's
Gold Medal Aerated Beverages
prepared exclusively from the Limpid Waters of C. & Co's celebrated Cromac Spring. Guaranteed free from Metallic or other impurity. Recommended by the Faculty and most eminent Analytical Chemists of the day. They Comprise - Soda, Potash or Kali, Lithia, Carrara & Cromac Seltzer Waters, Summer & Winter Beverages, Sarsaparilla, Quinine, Fruit Nectar.
Caution:- Corry & Co. are the original Manufacturers for Exportation of the world renowned Belfast Ginger Ale. See facsimile of Label, without which none is genuine.
Belfast Aerated Water Works, Cromac Springs, 116, 188 & 120 Cromac Street, Belfast.
London Branch - 7, Aldermanbury Postern, E.C.
With Export Depots at the Principal Seaports.

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Pianoforte, Harmonium, American Organ and Music Warerooms.
14 Castle Place, Belfast. Established 1812
Hart & Churchill Invite attention to their large and well-selected Stock of..
Pianofortes by Collard & Collard, Broadwood, Erard, Kirkman, Brinsmead and other English makers of repute. Sole Agents for the North Of Ireland for Kaps' celebrated New Model Short Metal Grand Pianos and Neumeyer's Iron Frame German Cottage Pianos.
Especial attention is requested to their
23 Guinea Check-Action Piccolo Pianoforte in Plain Walnut Case.
Having all the excellence of Touch and superior quality of Tone, of much more expensive Instruments.
Harmoniums by Alexander et Fils, Christophe et Etienne, Trayser and other esteemed makers, English and Foreign.
American Organs by Mason and Hamlin, Estey etc.
Old Pianofortes and Harmoniums Taken In Exchange. Instruments for Hire by Night, Week, Month or Year, and on the Three Years' System.
H. & C. have always a large stock of Miscellaneous Instruments and Fittings on hand, such as Violins, Violoncellos, Bows, Cases etc for ditto. English and German Concertinas, Organ Accordions, Flutinas, Tambourines, Drums, and Drum-Heads, Guitars, Banjos, Flageolets, Fifes, Flutes, Clarionets, Cornets supplied. Manuscript Music Books, Music Paper, Music Slates, Music Rollers and Portfolios, Metronomes, Pitch Pipes, Tuning Fork, Reeds for Harmoniums, Music Wire and every article peculiar to the trade, of the best quality.
Bands Supplied, A large stock of Standard Vocal and Instrumental Music, Tutors for all kinds of Instruments, Musical Magazines etc, and New Music as soon as published.
Sold at Half Price - Pianofortes, Harmoniums etc, Tuned and Repaired by Skilled Workmen, and carefully Removed in Town or Country.

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Hugh Hamilton - Auctioneer, Valuator and Commission Merchant
Commercial Salesrooms
35 Ann Street, Belfast. Sales Attended in Town and Country, Valuations made for the Probate Court, Periodical Sales of Furniture at Sale Rooms.
Special Attention given to Sales of Plant Machinery etc.

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Watch, Clock and Jewellery Warehouse Established 1850
Campbell & Company, Belfast beg to intimate that they have always on hand the Largest Stock of:-Gold and Silver Watches kept by any house in Ireland. Manufactured by the best Makers, and which they will sell at prices which will defy competition - each Watch warranted for five years - and have great pleasure in submitting the following List of Prices:-

Campbell & Co's Patent Lever Watch
Campbell & Co's Patent Lever Watch (Jewelled)
Campbell & Co's Patent Lever Watch (Extra Jewelled) & an accurate timekeeper
Campbell & Co's Patent Lever Watch, eight holes Jewelled, Gold Balance &         Joints, polished Pinions, with all the recent improvements. No Better Watch.
Campbell & Co's Patent Lever Watch, eight holes Jewelled, Compensated Balance, Polished Throughout
Any of the above in Hunting Class 10s extra

Silver Geneva Watches, 25s, 30s, 35s and 40s
Silver Geneva, with lever escapements, 40s, 45s and 50s.
Silver Geneva Watches in Hunting Cases 5s extra
Gentlemen's Gold English Lever Watches, 9, 11, 14 and 16
Gentlemen's Gold English Lever Watches, with strong 18 Carat Cases, best make and accurate timekeepers, 20, 25 and 30
Ladies' Gold English Levers, strong 18 Carat Cases, plain or embossed, Jewelled Movements, 8, 9, 10 and 12
Ladies' Gold Geneva Watches, 3, 4 10s, 5 5s and 7.

 3 10
 4 00
 4 10

 5 00

 6 00










Repairs by a large staff of first-class workmen at the following charges :- Watches cleaned, 1s 6d ; Mainsprings carefully fitted, 2s 6d ; Jewels carefully fitted, 2s 6d ; and all other repairs in proportion.
Our Jewellery Department contains a Choice Selection of Fine Gold Guard and Albert Chains in 9, 12, 15 and 18 Carat, stamped on each link and sold by weight.
A trial respectfully solicited by
Campbell & Co., Watch Importers and Manufacturing Jewellers.

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Fine Art Gallery and Auction Mart, Established 1840 JOHN CRAMSIE,
Auctioneer, Valuator and Estate Agent, 10 Waring Street, Belfast.
Having lengthened experience of Sales by Auction of Estates, Leasehold and House Property, Objects of Vertu, Pictures, Silver Plate, Books, Ships, General Effects and Household Furniture, offers large advantage by his great knowledge in the Disposal and Valuation of every description of Property.

Sales of Landed Estates, House Property, Ships, Wines, Stock-in-Trade, Books. Horses, Cattle, Crops and Machinery, Investories and Valuations made of all description of Effects, also Valuations of Building Ground and Landed Estates.
The Auction Mart No. 10 Waring Street, Belfast. Is near the Exchange and Commercial News-Room, in the centre of the town - has ample Store Rooms for Warehousing, render them perfectly well circumstanced for Sales of Consignments of Goods of all kinds. A large Stock always on sale of Walnut Drawing-Room Furniture, Mahogany Bedroom Furniture, Tapestry and Kidderminster Carpets and Rugs.
Spanish Mahogany Dining-Room Furniture, Upholstered in Leather, Hair-Cloth and Morocco. Gilt Chimney Glasses of Best British Plate, Ward-robe, Iron Bedsteads etc.

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Robert Mortimer, Umbrella & Walking Stick Manufacturer
N. B. - Any Umbrella ordered to be made or recovered can be done in an hour.
Trunks, Portmanteaus, Travelling Bags, Courier Bags, Hand Bags, Purses.
Walking Sticks of all kinds Speared and Loaded, Umbrellas made to order, covered and repaired. Terms Moderate
No. 16 North Street, Belfast (nearly opposite the Belfast Bank)

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Belfast Wire Works A. D. 1836 JOHN ROGERS Wire Worker & Flour Mill Furnisher
Manufacturer of Patent Asphalte Roofing Felt, Sheathing Felt, Inodorous Felt, Hair Felt, Felt Varnish etc, Railway Grease, Wheel Grease, Antifriction Grease, Waggon Grease, Water Wheel Grease, Bright and Black Varnish etc, Venetian, Wire, and Zinc Window Blinds, Holland Blinds, Wove Wire Cloth of every description, Wire Netting, Fencing Staples and General Wire work.
Estimates for Felt Roofs and Asphalte Flagging given on application
Importer of French and Swiss Silk for Dressing Flour, Improved Eyelet Tape for Binding
Mills : Ballymacarrett
Offices : 79 Victoria Street, Belfast.

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McTear & Company Limited
Furniture
Manufacturers and Upholsterers of Parlour Dining-Room, Drawing-Room, Hall and Library Furniture, Solid Mahogany Sideboards, Mahogany and Walnut Wardrobes, Ask and Pine Bedroom Furniture, all of well seasoned wood, and finished in first class style.
Joinery Works Steam Sawing, Planing, Moulding and Turning Mills, Boxes and Packing Cases of every description. Doors and Windows, Standard Sizes, of well seasoned Sashes and Frames, always in Stock. Shop, Warehouse, Office and Bank Fittings. Joinery Work done on the shortest notice.
Felt Works Felt & Asphalte Manufacturers, Circular Roofs, 10 to 100 feet span, 26/- to 60/- per square of 100 superficial feet.
Estimates and every information given on application at the
Offices and Steam Factory Works
117, 119 & 121 Corporation Street, Belfast.
Dublin : 95, Talbot Street.
Manchester : 4 St. Mary's Parsonage.
London : 110 Cannon Street.

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Clogs! Clogs! Nothing Like Clogs!
Thomas Clegg,
Wholesale and Retail CLOG Manufacturer.. has thousands of Pairs of all Sorts of CLOGS. Gentlemen's CLOGS. Coast Guards' CLOGS. Gardeners CLOGS. Farmers' CLOGS. Carmens' CLOGS. Draining CLOGS. Ladies' CLOGS. Boys' and Girls' CLOGS. Spring CLOGS. Children's CLOGS. CLOG Pattens. Ladies' Spring CLOGS. CLOGS Rebottomed in Half an Hour.
8 Ann Street, Belfast, and 11 Conway Square, Newtownards.
When the chill winds of Autumn sweep over the ground,
And the Trees their last verdure are scattered around,
If your lungs you preserve, from consumption and fogs,
Buy a Pair of CLEGG'S warm and elegant CLOGS.

For Maid, Babe or Mother, for Man or for Boy,
They're the best and the cheapest you ever did try,
Unless I'm mistaken, our CLOGS you will find,
Rich in Fashion and form just the thing to your mind.
REMEMBER - SMALL PROFITS ENSURE READY GAIN

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Scottish Widows' Fund Life Assurance Society Established 1815
Assurance Fund ................................ 7,000,000
Annual Income ..........................................900,000
The Financial Position of the Society is Unrivalled, though not the oldest of the existing Life Assurance Institutions of Great Britain, it has long possessed the largest Life Assurance Fund, now amounting to : SEVEN MILLION STERLING It's Investments are all of the highest class, not one of them involving liability, or subject to fluctuation in value. The results already realised by Members, past and present are shown in the following examples of
Claims recently Paid and Policies in Force

Original Sun Assured

Amount Paid

Premiums Paid

Original Sum Assured

Amount Payable

Premiums Paid

1000
   200
3000
1000
2000

2970
   594
7160
1917
3864

1567
   287
1988
   642
   955

3000
2500
   300
2000
1000

7430
6108
   721
4744
2414

4018
3088
   336
2292
1321

The amounts payable under the above "Policies in Force" will increase with each additional year of their subsistence.
The Next Division of Profits Takes Place in 1880
Assurance effected before 31st December 1880, will rank for One Year's Bonus.
The total profit of the business to 31st December 1873, the date of the last valuation and division of surplus - among members only - exceeded FIVE MILLION AND A HALF STERLING. Of that amount over One Million and a quarter, or nearly one fourth of the whole profit, accrued in the seven years immediately preceding 31st December 1873, and on division gave the Members additions to their benefits ranging from 1.13s per cent. per annum on the Original Sum in the New Policies, to 4 per cent, per annum on the Original Sum in the Oldest.
Looking to the great increase that is taking place in the Society's carefully selected HOME Business, to the ample Reserves secured by its system of Valuation, and to the safe and productive Investment of its Funds, there appears good reason to expect at future divisions results at least as satisfactory.
N. Macvicar Gourlie, Resident Secretary, 2 High Street, Belfast... Several Agents in Town.

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Riddel & Company, Donegall Place and Fountain Street, Belfast.
Manufacturing and House Furnishing Ironmongers, Architectural Iron Workers and Manufacturers of every description of ART METAL WORK, Iron Conservatories, Vineries, Entrance Gates, Railings, Balconies, Porticos, Finials, Crestings, Grilles etc.
Hydraulic and Gas Engineers, public Buildings warmed by Hot Water, Hot Air or Steam. Plumbers, Gas Fitters, Bellhangers, Copper, Brass, Zinc and Tin Workers.
Makers of the celebrated ECONOMIC COOKING RANGES, Patent Economic Slow Combustion Stoves. Experienced persons sent to receive instructions, take dimensions and give quotations. Manufacturers and Sole Traders for Ireland of :LANYON'S Patent Ventilating Apparatus, for the extraction of Vitiated Air, Noxious Gases etc, from Kitchens, Ranges, Water Closets, Slop Basins, Sinks, Cesspools etc.
Manufacturers of Lanyon's Patent Pan-Valve Water Closets.
Riddel & Company's Patent Stable Fittings, Cow-House Fittings, Iron Piggeries. An Illustrated Catalogue specially representing same sent on application.
Agents for : Maw & Minton's Encaustic Pavements, Chimney Pieces in Italian and British Marbles, Enamelled Slate Chimney Pieces, Fire and Burglar Proof Safes, Agricultural Implements of all kinds, Bradford's Washing and Weighing Machines, Bradbury's Celebrated Lock-Stitch Sewing Machines, available for all classes of work.
Riddell & Company, Belfast.

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Downshire Arms Hotel, W. J. Finnegan, Proprietor, opposite Great Northern (Late Ulster) railway Terminus, Great Victoria Street, Belfast.
The Proprietor of the above well-known Hotel, begs to inform the Public that the House has been thoroughly repaired and comfortably refurnished. It is now replete with every modern convenience, and is quite ready for the reception of Visitors.
Families and Visitors will find every speciality for their comfort at unusually Moderate Charges.
Soups Daily, from 10 am
Chops and Steaks on the shortest notice.
The Bars of the Hotel are supplied with the Choicest Liquors.
Private Dinners and Suppers
Contracted for at Moderate Charges, Bills of Fare, with Wine List, sent on Application.

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Belfast Central Railway Company... Central Carriers to and from Belfast and the Principal Towns in Ireland.
The Belfast Central Railway Company have accommodation for the receipt and delivery of goods at any of the Docks and Quays of the Harbour Commissioners of the Port of Belfast, and the Railway Wagons are sent alongside the Vessels, giving Special Facilities for the conveyance of all classes of Traffic in full Wagon Loads at Through Rates. At the Abercorn Basin, Steam Cranes are provided, and special attention given to insure the quick discharge of Vessels laden with Coal or similar Cargo, consigned to the Company for the Principal Towns in the North of Ireland. To ensure Traffic being carried by the Belfast Central Railway, all orders or Bills of Lading should be addressed to :-
J. Bucknall Cooper, Manager, Central Railway Office, Oxford Street, Belfast. Feb., 1880.

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County Fire Office
The distinguishing feature of this office is the RETURN SYSTEM, under which Insurers, who have continued their Annual Payments for Seven Years, become either entitled to a Bonus of 25 per cent, or a return of One Fourth of the Premiums paid during that period, provided no claim has arisen on their Policy (Farming Stock and especially hazardous Insurance exempted).
Rates of Premium in no case higher than those charged by other Insurance Offices. Persons Insuring for Seven Years will be charged Six Tears' Premium only.
The following table contains the names of some of the Belfast Policy-Holders who have participated in these returns :-

Richardson Bros. & Co.
Edward Shaw & Co.
Musgrave
Pim Bros. & Co.
Wm. Kirk & Sons
Lindsay & Co.
E. P. Cowan
Henry Matier & Co.
Fenton, Connor & Co.
Dunville & Co.
W. Ewart & Son
Jno. Martin
F. McGlade
Workman

  19   6    2
  29 17    0
  20   4    0
  93  11 10
  25  19   3
  55    6   3
    9  18   9
  24    0   3
  41    3 10
  19    7   6
  29   17 10
  31   10   7
  10   15   3
  23   14   4

N. B. - As is illustration of the Bonus Return to Insurers, the sum of 856 4s 6d has been repaid under Policy No. 431,501
Agents - Belfast
T H Wilson 1 Donegall Square West.         Wm. Cambridge, Rosemary Street.
W. P. Shanks  29 Ann Street.        H. H. Bottomley Ulster Street.
Belfast Branch Office :- Insurance Buildings, 10 Victoria Street, Provident Life Office, J. C. Pinkerton, Local Manager.

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Provident Life Office, 50 Regent Street, London. Founded 1806
President - The Right Hon. Earl Grey
Managing Director - S. A. Beaumont, Esq., Secretary - Charles Stevens, Esq.
The Provident Life Office is the oldest purely Life Company doing business in Ireland, and was the first Office which effected Insurance upon the Bonus principle, returning at stated periods the net surplus of the annual premiums. The importance of this improvement is acknowledged by extraordinary public approbation and by the numerous initiations of it, which new Offices have lately offered, and which older ones have adopted, in changing their constitutions. The Principle upon which the surplus profits are divided in the Provident Life Offices between the Insured and the Shareholders, gives to each interest a share proportionate to its respective contributions to the Society. The parties insured thus enjoy the advantages of a mutual Society, and are relieved from any Liability, or the apprehension which always accompanies Life Offices doing business without subscribed capital. The advantages which this principle of allotment gives to the Policyholders is shown by the following statement :- The Provident Life Office has been established Seventy-Three years, during which time it has paid to the Assured claims to the amount of 6,055,100: the Invested Fund, belonging to the Policyholders, amounts now to 2,019,251.
Bonuses Upon Policies Still In Existence -

No. of Policy

Sum Assured

Policy Increased by Bonuses to

Percentage of Bonus to Sum Assured

3,924
5,389
6,876
6,111

5,000
1,000
1,000
    200

13,059  15   0
    2,364  14   0
   2,205   18   0
       478   16 10

161 per cent
136 per cent
130 per cent
139 per cent

Agents - Belfast :
W. P Shanks, 29 Ann Street ; Wm. Cambridge, Rosemary Street : S. Stewart & Co., 25 King Street ; J. C. Pinkerton, Local Secretary, 10 Victoria Street.

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The Ulster Steam Polished Granite, Marble & Stone Works
34, 36, 38, 40, 46, 48 & 50 York Street, Belfast.
JOHN ROBINSON & SON
Manufacturers of every description of Granite, Marble and Stone Work. Contractors for Public Memorials, Proprietors of the Goraghwood Granite Quarries, near Newry.
Direct Importers and Wholesale Merchants of Foreign and British Marbles, Italian Sculpture etc.
Estimates and Designs furnished for
Polished Granite, Marble and Stone Monuments, Obelisks, Celtic and other Crosses, Tombs, Mural Tablets for Churches and every form of Public and Private Memorials.
Iron and Stone Railings, Altars, Pulpits, Fonts, Reredos and other Church Decorations.
British and Foreign Marble Chimney Pieces.
for wholesale and retail home and export trade
Marble Table, Washstand, Bar and Counter Tops, Marble Pavement in Roman Mosaic, Plain and Ornamental Tiling.
Encaustic, Venetian and Plain Tiles and every description of Marble Works for Public and Private Buildings. Sculpture - Coats of Arms, Crests, Vases and carved work, artistically executed in Granite, marble and Stone.
Importers of and dealers in Newcastle and other Grindstones for Steam and Hand Power.
Slate Cisterns & Hearthstones & Co.
Always on hand at Goraghwood Quarries, Large quantities of Granite Paving Setts, Rubble Stones, Kerbing Crossings, Wheel Runs etc.
DESIGNS - Having practical Designers of acknowledged ability, J. R. & Son have always the most approved Designs, in every class of their Manufactures, and they furnish Estimates and Drawings on application.

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Royal Insurance Company, Liverpool and London
extracts from the report for the year 1878
Fire Department
Fire Premiums for the year                                                                        775,871  14  11
Losses                                                                                                          381,562   3   1
Life Department
Income from Premiums, after deducting Re-Assurances                       246,514   5   1
Bonuses Declared at the last Two Divisions of Profits :
1 10s per Cent. per Annum on Sum Assured.
upon all policies entitled to participate
FUNDS
After providing for payment of Dividend and Bonus, the Funds of the Company will stand as follows :-
Capital Paid-Up                                      289,545   0   0
Fire Fund                                                500,000   0   0
Reserve Fund                                          800,000   0   0
Balance of Profit & Loss                        69,707  11   0
Life Funds                                             2,389,907  3  11
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                                                             4,049,159  14  11

GROWTH OF FUNDS
1863             1,045,143
1868                500,000
1875               2,645,503
1878               4,049,159
Extract from Auditors' Report
"We have examined and counted every Security, and have found all correct and in perfect order, and that the present aggregate Market Value thereof is in excess of the amounts in the said Balance Sheets"
John H. McLaren, Manager
Digby Johnson, Sub-Manager
Branch Office for Ireland
Royal Insurance Buildings, 45 Dame Street, Dublin.
Local Board :
William Malcolmson, Esq., Portlaw, County Waterford
Chas. E. Martin, Esq., (Messrs. T. & C. Martin), North Wall, and 12 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin.
Thomas Pim, Jun., Esq., 22 William Street, Dublin, and Windsor House, Monkstown.
Thomas Vance, Esq., J.P., Lower Bridge Street, Dublin, and Blackrock House, Blackrock.
Bankers :
Ulster Banking Company
Hibernian Bank
Medical Officers :
J. H. Wharton, Esq., M.B., B.A.T.C.D., L.K.Q.C.P., F.R.C.S.I., 28 Upper Merrion Street.
William J. Martin, Esq., M.D., F.R.C.P., L.R.C.S.L., 69 Harcourt Street.
Solicitors :
William Findlater & Co., 35 Upper Ormond Quay.
Shields & Stride, Local Managers.
Agents in Belfast :
F. Plunkett & Son, 2 Corporation Street
H. P. Charley, 33 Tomb Street.
W. H. Malcolm, 39 Queen's Square.
S. Black, Solicitor
F. Johnstone, 21 Waring Street.

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Cantrell & Cochrane's
Ginger Ale
Mineral Water Manufactories
Drinks For All Climates
Under the Especial Recommendation of the Faculty.
Super-Carbonated Mineral Waters
Manufactured and Sold Wholesale by
Cantrell & Cochrane, Belfast & Dublin
Established A. D.  1852
Makers of the celebrated aromatic Ginger Ale, Soda Water, double, Soda Water, Single, Kali or Potash Water, Lemonade, Ginger Ale, Aromatic, Aerated Sarsaparilla, Aerated Quinine, Aerated Tonic Bitters, Supercarbonated Lithia Water, Winter Beverage, Royal Seltzer Water, Chalybeate Water, Carrara Water, Aerated Dandelion, Pullna Water, Vichy Water, Bismuth Water, Lime Juice Syrup, Lime Juice, Aromatic Orange Bitters
Delicious Fruit Nectar for Summer Drink
Dublin Exhibition 1872 The Only Prize Medal for Superior Excellence was awarded to
Cantrell & Cochrane
Cromac Buildings, Belfast.
also TWO prizes, Vienna Exhibition 1873; Gold Medal, Paris Maritime Exhibition 1875
N. B. - Export Orders Packed in a most superior manner to all parts of the World.

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**Red Heart Rum
Extract from the Narrative of Mr. Wordsworth, one of the survivors of the Ship "Strathmore" wrecked on the Crozet Islands 1st July 1875
as given is
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine
No. DCCXXXI     September 1876
Page 338 - "We were very much afraid of our engine-driver, "John Nicoll, or 'Steam,' a nice cheery fellow, who was very delicate and spitting blood in quantities. He was to have got the bottle of wine that was buried, but it was stolen - a great sin, for they knew it was for the sick. There was still a little rum left, which did him good. (N.B. - Get Henry White, of London's, Red Heart Rum, if you want anything good in that line, it is medicinally better than brandy.)
Page 320 - "The eggs saved my life twice, and there was a little of the famous 'Red Heart Rum', put away for the use of the sick by Mr. Peters, which did me incalculable good."
Sole Agents
JOHN McKENNA & SONS
Wine and Spirit Merchants
Queen's Tea and Italian Warehouse
Established 1825
Corner of York and Donegall Streets, Belfast

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House Furnishing
A Large Stock of Carpets in New and Exclusive Designs and Colourings.
Immense Stock of Cabinet Furniture
A. HARPER & CO.
Would respectfully invite their customers, and those about to Furnish, to inspect their Stock, which will be found Complete in Extent, Variety and Quality, comprising :-
Furniture for the Drawing Room, Furniture for the Boudoir, Furniture for the Library, Furniture for the Dining Room, Furniture for the Bedroom, Brass and Iron Bedsteads and Bedding,  Office Furniture etc.
Manufactured from Well-Seasoned Wood, by First Class Tradesmen, in their own Cabinet Works.
ALSO an immense Stock of
New Carpets, New Curtain Fabrics, New Lace and Ecru Curtains, Seasoned Floorcloths, Cocoa Mattings etc.
Which have been Purchased for Prompt Cash, from the very best Manufacturers only, and are Offered at Prices considerably less than are usually charged for such Good.
Brussels Carpets, Tapestry Carpets (Crossley's Manufacture), Kidderminster Carpets.
A. H. & Co., return their respectful thanks to their numerous friends and customers for the extensive support they have received, and beg to assure them that every exertion shall be made to merit continued and extended patronage.
A. HARPER & CO.
Upholsterers, Cabinetmakers, and Bedding Manufacturers, 36, Donegall Street.

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W. Spackman,
Merchant Tailor, Clothier, Hatter and Outfitter
Corner of High Street and Victoria Street, Belfast.
Hats, Caps and Hosiery, Gentlemen's Clothing, in all new materials, now ready for inspection.
Style and Value Unsurpassed, Cash Only.
No Credit ! No Bad Debts ! Plain Figures ! the only safe and honest way for Buyer and Seller.
GO TO SPACKMAN
for all you want in clothing
"I get all I can from him myself. He has the Largest, Cheapest, and the Most Fashionable Stock of Clothing In The World" - Extract from a letter to a Friend from J. M. Cooke, the celebrated European and Transatlantic Tourist.
Boy's Clothing, now ready for inspection, an Immense Stock of First-Class Goods which cannot be surpassed.
W. SPACKMAN, BOY'S CLOTHIER
corner of High Street and Victoria Street
(opposite Albert Memorial Clock Tower)

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D. ANDERSON & SON
By her Majesty's Royal Letters Patent - Several Prize Medals
Manufacturers and Patenters of the  Improved Patent Asphalte Roofing Felt
Price - Eight Pence per running yard, or One Penny per Square Foot, making a light, clean, economical and durable Roofing, in Rolls, of 25 to 35 Yards, 32 Inches wide
Improved Patent Bitumous Waterproof Felt - free from Unpleasant Smell, for Lining Damp Walls, laying under Carpets, Floor-Clothes, etc. Price 8d. per yard, 32 Inches Wide.
Improved Non-Conducting Hair Felt - for Clothing Boilers, Cylinders, Pipes, etc. which effects a saving of one-fourth in Fuel. Price, from Seven to Fifteen Pence per sheet, according to thickness.
Improved Patent Sheathing Felt - for Ships' Bottoms, under Copper or Wood. Made in Double Sheets and in Rolls. Price, Twopence Halfpenny and Threepence per sheet of 32 x 20 Inches.
Anderson's Prepared Roofing and Flooring Felt - Coated and Sanded ready for use. ( Sole Makers and Patenters ). For Flooring Granaries, Lobbies, Counting Houses, etc, it is Invaluable. Made in Rolls of 25 Yards long, by 32 Inches wide. Price, One Shilling per Yard.
Asphalte Flagging - recommended for Flooring, Cellars, Mills, Barns, etc. Price, 10d. to 5s. per Square Yard.
Contractors for the Erection of Circular Roofs, Sheds etc.
Refined COAL TAR at 6d. per Gallon, COATING MIXTURE, at 8d. per Gallon, ASPHALTUM COATING VARNISH, at 12s. per cwt.
All In Quantities to Suit
Samples and Instructions sent Gratis to any part of the Town or Country, and Estimates given, on Application to
D. ANDERSON & SON
Lagan Felt Works, Belfast, 62 Short Street, Ballymacarrett and 10 London Street, Fenchurch Street, London, E. C.

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W. A. ROSS & CO'S
Royal Belfast Ginger Ale and Aerated Water Works
By Her Majesty's Royal Letters Patent
Victoria Square, Belfast.
By report of the trial "Ross v. Cantrell & Cochrane" (vide News Letter and Northern Whig, 6th and 7th August 1879), it will be seen that 3,250 damages and costs were awarded to W. A. Ross, late sole Manager of Messrs. C. & C.'s Works at Belfast.
Referring to the above:-
W. A. Ross & Company
Makers of the Celebrated "Belfast Ginger Ale" and other Aerated Waters, all of the FIRST quality, as well for the "Home Trade as for Exportation"
Being Patentees of all the apparatus by which "Belfast Ginger Ale" and other Aerated Waters have for so many years been made under "Royal Letters Patent," we solicit patronage, with full assurance of ability to supply Ginger Ale, Lemonade etc., of the very BEST quality, and possessing the necessary properties to ensure keeping in all climates, provided their instructions are carried out - these are very simple, viz., "Keep Bottles protected from Frost, on their side, or neck down, sp that Corks shall always be wet:" this is all that is required to ensure our Drinks keeping good for years. Our experience in "Special Preparation" for Exportation to all climates has gained for our "Packing" world-wide celebrity in North and South America, East and West Indies, Cape Colonies etc.
Messrs. W. A. Ross and Brother, of New York, will continue their Agency for our manufacture in the United States and Dominion of Canada.
W. A. ROSS & CO.
N. B. - We do not make any "No. 2" or "Second Quality" of Lemonade or any other Drink, so that the public may know if they get "Ross's Royal", they are sure to get the BEST.
I have made a series of careful examinations of the Aerated Waters manufactured at the works of |Messes. Ross & Co., Belfast, and find them skillfully prepared and of superior purity. They can be recommended both for family and medical use as a free from metallic or organic impurities.
John F. Hodges, M.D., F.C.S., F.I.C., Public Analyst for the Borough of Belfast and the Counties of Antrim, Tyrone and Donegall.
PRICES AND ALL INFORMATION GIVEN ON APPLICATION

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SAMUEL CLOTWORTHY & COMPANY,
wholesale Druggists, Oil and Colour Merchants, 15 Bridge Street, Belfast.
Sole Agents in Ireland for Langton & Bicknells, Sperm Oil Merchants, London.

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London, Carlisle and North British
Cement and Alabaster Stores,
Victoria Square, Belfast.
(opposite Town Hall) and 24 Chichester Street.
The Proprietor begs leave to say that he has always on hands a large supply of Cements, from the first Houses in the Trade, with an Extensive Stock of Alabaster and Whiting, which he offers, either Wholesale or Retail, at Lowest Prices.
WILLIAM LOW, Proprietor>

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McLACHLAN & ROSS,
Manufacturers of Marine, Distillery & Brewery Copper Work, Confectioners' Boiling & Revolving Pans, Steam Cans, Dye Boilers, Colour Pans etc.
and every description of Copper Work made and repaired on the most approved Principle.
Estimates given for every description of Copper, Plumbing and Brass Work.
Station Street
(corner of Abercorn Basin)

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BARROW STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY
The First-Class Paddle Steamer
"Tyrone, Armagh, Antrim, Roe and Herald"
SAIL EVERY EVENING to and from BELFAST and BARROW (Piel Pier)
In connection with the Midland, Furness, London & North-Western, Lancashire and Yorkshire, North-Eastern, etc.., Railways of England.
also the
Great Northern, and Belfast and Northern Counties Railways of Ireland.
Passengers conveyed at Through Fares from North of Ireland.
TO ALL PARTS OF ENGLAND
This will be found a short route to the English Lake District and (from June to October) to the Isle of Man, in connection with the fast Steamer, "Herald", sailing to and from Douglas daily (passage 3 1/2 hours), also to Leeds, Harrowgate, Scarborough, Newcastle and North-Eastern District, Sheffield, Nottingham, Birmingham, London and the South.
At Barrow-in-Furness (Piel Pier) Trains run alongside Steamers, and Through Carriages run to London etc., and Passengers' Luggage is transferred to and from the Steamers Free of Charge.
For Merchandise & Cattle, this will be found a most expeditious route, and the Rates of Carriage very moderate. Railway Waggons run alongside Steamers under commodious Sheds, affording protection from the weather. Goods for the Continent, Hamburg, Rotterdam, Dunkirk, Paris etc., carried at Low Rates.
For particulars of Fares, Train Connections etc., see Bradshaw, Official Guide, and other Time Tables.
Further information may be obtained from Goods Manager, Midland Railway, Derby, H. Cook, Furness Railway, Barrow, and from James Little & Co., Barrow or
JAMES LITTLE & CO.,
23 Donegall Quay, Belfast.

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C. SPARROW
Established 1855
Statuary, Scagliola & Artificial Stone Manufacturers
No. 10 Church Street, Belfast.
Coats of Arms, Crests etc., Modelled for Interior and Exterior Decoration.
Casts Accurately Taken from Living and Dead Subjects.
and Busts Modelled on Reasonable Terms.
Marble and Alabaster Ornaments Cleaned and Repaired Equal to New.
Centre Pieces fro Ceilings, Trusses etc.,
The Trade Supplied
C. S. awarded a Prize Medal and First Class Certificate at the Industrial Exhibition, Belfast, 1876

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WILLIAM BRAITHWAITE
offers for sale
Plaster of Paris, Roman, Portland & Mastic Cements, Chalk, Whiting and Putty.
Agent for J. Bazley, White & Brothers.
London Portland Cement, Keenes' Marble Parian Cement.
OFFICE - No. 45 Upper Church Lane, Belfast.
Stores - George's Place, Belfast.

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The
PORTADOWN AND LURGAN NEWS
and Co. Armagh Advertiser
Best Advertising Medium & Oldest Established Journal in the District.
The News - established for more than TWENTY YEARS - is published every Friday evening (for Saturday), in the centre of a thriving and populous county, and is read by all classes.  It is the recognised organ for the official announcements of the various local authorities, and is extensively used as an advertising medium by the people of the district. The circulation is much larger than in former years. Special attention is paid to all matters affecting the trade of the district, and thoroughly impartial, trustworthy, and detailed information upon all local topics is furnished.
Special Reduced Tariff for Prepaid Advertisements. Post Free, 6s. 6d. yearly, half-yearly, 3s. 3d.
S. FARRELL, Proprietor>
Offices - 53 & 54 Thomas Street, Portadown.

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MILLAR & STEVENSONS
Lisburn
SHIP AND LIGHTER OWNERS
COAL IMPORTERS
FLOUR AND GRAIN MERCHANTS.

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DAVID CARLISLE
Plain and Ornamental Painter
26 & 28 Corporation Street, Belfast.
Crown, Sheet and Stained Glass, Paints, Oils, Colours, Brushes etc.
every description of glazing done on moderate terms.
Estimates furnished, and competent Workmen sent to any part of the County.
Room Papers kept in Stock.

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MOORE & CO'S
Restorative
for Headache, Indigestion, Derangement of Stomach, or Biliousness and most efficaceous for Sea-Sickness.
"THE RESTORATIVE"
Manufactured only by
Moore & Co.
Aerated Water Manufacturers
28 Fountain Street, Belfast.

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ROBERT ATKINSON & CO
14 Hill Street, Sole Agents for the North and North-West of Ireland for
Messrs. A. Guinness, Son & Co., Dublin.
Messrs. Bass Ratcliffe & Gretton, Burton-on-Trent.
Clyde Bottle Works, Glasgow
The Interests of the Trade strictly protected.

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NATIONAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
for Mutual Assurance, 2 King William Street, London E. C.
Established 1830
President - The Hon. G. Talbot.  Vice-President - H. Pollock, Esq.  Secretary - H. J. Puckle, Esq.
The Quinquennial Valuation made at the end of 1875, enabled the Directors to declare a Reduction of Sixty per Cent, upon the original Premiums on all Policies in Class A for the five years ending with 1880. (This class was closed on 31st December 1870)
In Class b, Policies have a reduction of Premium for the whole term of Life, which in the case of those affected in 1871, varied from 3 1/2 to 24 per Cent, according to the age of the Life Assured, at the last Valuation.
All the Profits belong to the Assured, and (as regards Class B), are applied to the gradual reduction and ultimate extinction of their Premiums, a result which may be expected to occur, on an average, in about twenty years from the date of the Policy.
Funds for the Education of Children and for their Establishment in Life may be provided on unusually favourable terms, on a new system lately introduced by this Society, based upon Tables of mortality specially constructed for the purpose.
The next Division of Profits will be made at the end of 1880.
Assurance Fund  ........................................................................          750,000
Annual Income ............................................................................          105,000
Claims Paid ................................................................................        1445,000
Amount Assured .........................................................................       2,432,800
Surplus, 1875, available for future Bonus and Expenses .......          338,516
Loans granted upon Life Interests, Reversions and other Approved Security.
Belfast Office - 45 Donegall Place    District Agent - Thos. P. Applebe
Agents Wanted.

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ACCOUNTANCY
H. J. WRIGHT & CO.
undertake the Preparation of Schedules
for Private Arrangement and in Bankruptcy, and the Taking of Accounts ordered by the Court of Chancery.
The making up of Executorship Accounts, and the Management of the Affairs of persons deceased.
Periodical Audit of Partners' and Receivers' Accounts, and those of Public Companies, acting as Official Liquidators when appointed.
The Investigation and Balancing of Accounts of every nature.
H. J. WRIGHT & CO.,
Public Accountants, 101 Donegall Street, Belfast.

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JOHN CHARLEY
Coal Merchant
33 Tomb Street, Belfast.
Established 1826
This Business since the death of Mr. Charley is carried on by his son, P. H. Charley.
Agents for
Royal Insurance Co., and Thompson, McKay & Co., Carriers, Manchester.

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MAGILL'S
Photographic Studio
Carte-de-Visite or Vignette Portraits
Six Copies ................... 0.  7s.  6d.
Twelve Copies ............. 0. 12s. 6d.
Twenty-four Copies ...... 1.  1s.  0d.
Cabinet Portraits
Six Copies .................... 0. 12s.  0d
Twelve Copies .............  1.  1s.  0d
Miniature, Cabinet, and Life-Size Portraits
Finished in Sepia, Oil and Crayons.
Out-Door Photography
executed by First-Class Assistants
Fine Arts Repository
Donegall Place, Belfast.

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SAMUEL WYLIE
PAINTER
8 College Square North, Belfast.

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CLEMENTS & ACHESON
Plumbers, Gasfitters, Bellhangers, Lead Merchants etc.
have Removed to their new and more commodious Premises
111 Victoria Street, Belfast.
(opposite the Town Hall)
Sheet Lead, Lead Pipes, Sheet Zinc, Iron Tubes, Pumps, Baths, Hot-Water Cisterns, Water Closets, Wash Basins, Urinals etc.
Hot Water Heating Apparatus, for Conservatories, Public buildings etc.
All Orders punctually attended to by competent Workmen, both in Town and Country, at moderate charge.

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HUGH C. CLARKE & SON
Auctioneers, Valuers, and General Brokers.
5 Rosemary Street, Belfast.

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JOSIAS CUNNINGHAM & CO.
Stock & Share Brokers
Exchange Buildings
Waring Street, Belfast.
Established upwards of 35 years, have most respectable Correspondents on the principal American and British Exchanges, and daily advise by Telegraph from all the leading Markets.

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M. WALLACE
Painter etc.
Albion Place,
Dublin Road, Belfast.

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The
BANBRIDGE CHRONICLE
and
DOWNSHIRE STANDARD
every Wednesday and Saturday
ONE PENNY
Circulates extensively through, Down, Armagh, Antrim etc.
Valuable Advertising Medium
Business, Legal and General Announcements.
Inserted on Moderate Terms.
J. E. Emerson, Proprietor,
Offices - Bridge Street, Banbridge.

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GREAT VICTORIA STREET
and
THE VICTORIA NURSERY
Balmoral, Belfast.
J. Boyle,
Landscape and Consulting Gardener, Seedsman and Florist.

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GEORGE PELAN & CO.,
Established 1857
Public Auditors and Accountants
46 Donegall Street, Belfast.
Agents for
The Northern Fire and Life Assurance Company
and Life Agents for
The Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company.

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BRASS FOUNDRY AND GENERAL ENGINEERING WORKS
JOHN WINNINGTON & CO.
Manufacturers of
Gun Metal Brass & Iron Steam Water & Gas Cocks, Valves & Unions.
of best quality
Aerated Water Machinery and appliances on improved principles.
Hydraulic and Screw Presses.
Improved Self-Acting Hydraulic Rams.
Iron and Brass Pumps and Fittings for deep or shallow wells.
Pumps for Tar, Ammoniacal Liquor, Liquid Manure etc.
Hot and Cold Water Tanks, Oil Cisterns etc.
Waterworks and Fire Brigade Fittings, and requisites for the distribution of water and extinguishing of fire.
Gun Metal and Brass Steam Engine and Boiler Mountings.
Valve and Pan Water Closets.
Brass, Bell Metal, and Phospher Bronze Castings.
Screw Stocks and Dies, Taps, Tube Wrenches, Vices etc.
Plumbers', Gasfitters', Engineers', Mill and Ships Brass Work of every description.
Marine and all kinds of Copper Work, made, fitted and repaired to order.
Iron Forging, Fitting, Turning, Screwing and General Engineering Work
Heating Apparatus for Mansions, Churches, Conservatories etc.
Plans and Estimates furnished on application.
7 & 9 Wilson Street, Belfast.

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NOTICE
HOT-BED SASHES AND FRAMES
Ready-Made, Painted and Glazed.
apply to
THOMAS CROZIER
Glass, Oil and Colour Merchant
3 Church Street, Belfast.
T. C. begs to intimate that, having made extensive alterations in his Business Premises, he is prepared to execute any orders he may be favoured with in the
Glass, Paint, Oil and Colour Line.
with the utmost despatch
Hot-Bed Sashes, Made, Glazed and Painted, always in Stock.

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ROBERT BARKLIE, F.C.S.,
Analytic Chemist
Undertakes all kinds of Commercial, Agricultural and Medical Analysis.
Chemical or Microscopical Samples for examination should be addressed
The Laboratory
Working Men's Institute, Belfast.
Terms on Application

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CHARLES THOMPSON
Cook & Confectioner
2 & 4 Donegall Place, Belfast.

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THE EQUITABLE
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES
Chief Office in Great Britain - 1 Princes' Street, Bank, London.
Head Office - 120 Broadway, New York.
London Bankers - Messrs. Smith, Payne & Smiths    Solicitors - Messrs. Trinders & Curtis Hayward.
Financial Position 1st January 1879
Subsisting Assurances .................................. 31,547,471
Annual Income .................................................   1,643,588
Accumulated Funds ........................................   7,090,818
Surplus over Liability .......................................   1,378,764
Bonuses paid to Policy Holders during the year 1878        346,493
Annual Bonuses - All Profits to the Assured
No Liability - attached to Policy Holders
Policies - are indisputable after three years
Ordinary Policies - will Provide a definite Surrender value in Paid-up Assurance after three years
This Society - issues Policies known as the Tontine Savings fund Assurance, the Principles of which all intending Assurers should examine.
Annuities - granted upon most favourable terms.
Assurances Granted - to the extent of 10,000 on a single Life.
Prospectuses, Statements of Accounts and full Particulars may be obtained on application to : -
A. MUNKITTRICK, General Manager, London.
P. H. EWING, Agent for Belfast, Donegall Square South
ALBERT W. BAIN, Belfast Bank Buildings, Belfast.

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THE CELEBRATED DAMASK TABLE LINEN
FROM THE ROYAL MANUFACTORY, ARDOYNE
Family Linen, Damask and Cambric Warehouse
18 Donegall Street, Belfast.
Established 1825
List of Goods
Sold at the above Old Established Warehouse
Single and Double Damask Table Cloths, Single and Double Damask Table Napkins, Pastry Napkins, Fish Napkins, Tray Cloths, Toilet Covers, Doylies- Round, Square, Oval etc., Embroidered Tea Cloths, Damask Tea Cloths - Bordered & Fringed, Embroidered Antimacassars, etc., Crewel Cloths, and Doylies, Sheetings (plain & twilled), Pillow Linens, Shirtings, White and Brown Linens, Bird Eye Diapers, Nursery Diapers, Huckaback Towelling, Diaper Towelling, Fringed Huckaback Towels, Fringed Diaper Towels, Fancy Embroidered Towels, Damask Bordered Towels Fringed, Bath Towels, Hall Cloths, Glass Cloths, Tea Cloths, Dusters, Roller Towelling, Kitchen Towelling, Crumb Cloths, Stair Covering, Ticken, Cambric on Piece, Cambric Handkerchiefs - Bordered, Hemstitched and Embroidered, Counterpanes etc.
Parties furnishing or replenishing should write for samples and all information, which shall be gladly supplied.
Embroideries beautifully worked on Cambric Handkerchiefs Table Linen etc.
Coats of Arms, Crests, Monograms etc., inserted in Table Linen.
Strangers wishing to see the Royal Manufactory, Ardoyne, can have Cards of Admission on application as above.
Murphy & Orr, Proprietors.

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ALEXANDER DOWNING
Brassfounder
Gas & Steam Fitter, Plumber etc
has now opened his NEW PREMISES with a new and carefully selected assortment of
Two, Three, Four and Five-Light Gasaliers, Brackets, Hall and Reading Lamps, Globes etc.
which for variety, style and prices, will be found worthy the attention of intending purchases.
Gas Stoves for Heating, Boiling and Cooking. Baths, Lavatories, Lift and Force Pumps, Water Closets etc.
General Plumbing and Gas-Fitting Work carefully and promptly executed on most reasonable terms.
17 William Street South, Arthur Square, Belfast.

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FISH !   FISH !   FISH !
A constant supply of all kinds of Fish in season at
MRS. MITCHELL'S
Fish and Oyster Establishments,
Castle Lane, Castle Street.
and
Oyster Rooms - William Street South.
Constant Supply of Lobsters and Crabs.
Gentlemen favouring her with their orders may rely upon her most particular attention
Country orders punctually attended to.          Ice to cool Wine.

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NOTICE
ARTIFICIAL TEETH AND PAINLESS DENTISTRY
Teeth Extracted without Pain, without Chloroform, and free from Danger.
Messrs. Thackray & Davis
The Old Established Dental Surgeons
58 Upper Arthur Street, Belfast.
FOR OBVIOUS REASONS NOTE THE ADDRESS
Fit the Best and Cheapest Teeth, on the Painless System, without the extraction of stumps, or causing the slightest pain, on the Soft Patent Coralite Base, combining ease, comfort, durability and First-Class workmanship, excelled by none, from 5s. per Tooth, Gold from 10s. Badly fitting cases re-made on Messrs.
T. & D.'s new and patented system. Toothache cured, Discoloured Teeth rendered perfectly white and stopped, Loose Teeth fastened, Children's Teeth regulated.
Attendance Daily From 9 to 5
To Country Patients one visit only required.
Messrs. Thackray & Davis
May be consulted professionally in the following Towns on the days undermentioned :- EVERY MONTH
Enniskillen - At the Royal Hotel - The First Tuesday
Monaghan - At Crumley's Hotel, The Diamond - First Wednesday
Clones - At 8 Whitehall Street - First Tuesday
Newry - At the Victoria Hotel - First Saturday
Strabane - At Simm's Hotel - Second Tuesday
Dundalk - At the Imperial Hotel - Second Wednesday
Carrickmacross - At the Commercial Hotel - Second Tuesday
Omagh - At the White Hart Hotel - Second Saturday
Cavan - At 99 Main Street (opposite the Convent) - Third Tuesday
Longford - St the Longford Arms - Third Wednesday
Mullingar - At the Greville Arms Hotel - Third Thursday
Cookstown - At Brown's Temperance Hotel - Third Saturday
Armagh - At Mr. Martin's, 2 Upper English Street - Last Tuesday
Dungannon - At Mrs. McIlroy's, Market Square - Last Thursday
Portadown - At the Imperial Hotel - Last Saturday
To Prevent disappointment patients should apply by letter for Appointment Cards

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GENERAL FINANCE COMPANY LIMITED
Capital 100,000
Loans granted on Real and Personal Property.
Advances made on the Deposit of Convertible Securities.
Approved Bills and Promissory Notes Discounted.
Current Accounts opened, allowing interest on the balance.
Deposits received. Interest Payable Quarterly.
N. B. - Board Meets Daily.   Office Hours - 10 to 4 o'clock.  Saturdays 10 to 1 o'clock.
For Prospectus, Application Forms and all information, apply to :-
JAS. M. THOMSON, Managing Director.
Company's Offices - Atlas Chambers, 3 Skipper Street, Belfast, 1st January 1880.

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THE TRANSATLANTIC MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED of BERLIN.
Capital                                                                                         195,000
Reserve Funds                                                                              44,000
CR. Always kept with Deutsche Bank of Berlin London            25,000
Rates Moderate. Full Particulars on Application to :-
J. T.  READE
agent for Ireland
3 Donegall Square West, Belfast.
By whom Immediate Protection will be granted, and Policies issued under Power Of Attorney.

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W. & J. GORDON
27 & 29 Church Lane, Belfast
Ham and Bacon Curers
and Wholesale Dealers in
Butter, Bacon and Fish etc.

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THE STANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
Established 1825
A. O'D TAYLOR
Stock and Share Broker
Office - The Ulster Buildings, Waring Street, Belfast.
Is Agent and Secretary for this leading Scotch Company. Particulars of Rates and Bonuses sent to any address on application.
The Company does not profess to charge the very cheapest Premiums, but the security is unquestioned, and Standard Policies rank in the highest estimate for Family Settlements, for Banks, etc.

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JOHN FRAME
Family Grocer and Provision Merchant
Gosford Terrace
(The Plains)
Belfast.

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ROOM PAPERS
Wholesale and Retail Roompaper Warehouse
24 Victoria Street
The Stock, which is one of the Largest in Ulster, is entirely New and comprises all the Latest Designs in the different Qualities of Drawing-Room, Dining-Room, Bed-Room, Hall and Staircase Papers, Borders, Mouldings etc.
All the goods have been selected with the greatest care, from the most eminent manufacturers, and an inspection will suffice to prove that the prices are Strictly Moderate. Special Terms for Wholesale Buyers and House Agents.
WILLIAM A. TODD, Proprietor
24 Victoria Street, Belfast (Second Door from Victoria Hall)

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BRUSHES AND BASS BROOMS
The City Brush Company
Successors to William Cambridge
Brush Manufacturers
3 Mill Street, Belfast.
Charge the Lowest Prices in the Trade and supply a first-class article
A Trial Will Convince

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QUINN BROTHERS
Tea & Wine Merchants
15 Donegall Place
Sole Agents for
Ale and Porter Brewery
L. Henry & Fils Wines
Hartoch & Co's Bitters.

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HUGH WHITE & CO'S
Famed
OLD IRISH WHISKEY
In Butts, Hhds, and Qr. Casks, in Bond and Duty Paid, also in Bottles, packed in Cases
Belfast
Office and Stores - Winecellar Entry.   Bonded Warehouses - Gordon Street,

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GRANITE, MARBLE AND STONE WORKS
Drumcashlone Granite Quarries, Newry.
Polished Granite Monuments, from Five Pounds Upwards
Marble, Slate, Freestone and Limestone
Monuments, Head Stones, Grave Crosses
In great Variety of Design
Tomb and Other Railings
Marble and Granite and Slate Chimney Pieces
Counter and Table Surfaces
Plans and Estimates for Cut Stone Work of every description supplied on application.
Having Leased Granite Quarries, convenient to the Town, and considerably increased his Machinery and Appliances, Subscriber is prepared to execute all Orders with the utmost despatch, in first-class style, and on very moderate Terms.
HUGH EMERSON, Proprietor

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WILLIAM NICHOLL
Gilder and Picture Frame Maker
68 Donegall Street, Belfast.
Dealer in Works of Art, Magic Lantern Slides etc.
Lime Light Exhibitions in Town or Country.
Illustrations for Services of Song, Lectures etc

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NORTHERN PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY
Incorporated under Building Societies' Act 1874
Offices - 42 Rosemary Street, Belfast
Shares 10 each, payable in one sum or in Monthly installments of 1/- per Share per Month.
Deposits Received daily on moderate terms.
Loans Granted on Security of Leasehold and Freehold Property - Low Rates - Fixed Low Charges.
Solicitor :- William Baxter, Esq., Lombard Street, Belfast.
Prospectus and Annual Report on Application.
EDWARD POOLE, Secretary.

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JAMES McCANN
Auctioneer, Valuator & Commission Merchant
Imperial Sale Room
119 Donegall Street, Belfast.
Sales Attended in any part of Ulster
Liberal advances made on all descriptions of Property consigned for Sale without Reserve.
Valuations made for the Probate & Bankrupt Courts
All On The Most Advantageous Terms

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JOHN HALL
Brass Founder, Gas & Steam Fitter, Copper & Tinsmith
Plumber, Lead Merchant & Soda Water Machine Manufacturer.
17 & 19 Queen Street and McLenaghan's Court, Mill Street, Belfast.
J. H. has always in Stock A Splendid Assortment of Gasaliers of the Newest Designs, to which he invites attention. Also Manufacturers of All Kinds of Brass and Copper Steam Fittings, for Mills, Factories and Warehouses.
Estimates given for all kinds of Gas Fitting and Plumbers' Work.
Hot Water Apparatus
For Conservatories, Vineries, Stovehouses, Public Buildings etc
Fitted Up
Experienced Workmen Sent To Any Part Of The Country.

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MARCUS WARD & CO
Paper Merchants and Manufacturers
Colour Printers, Publishers & Account Book Makers
Royal Ulster Works, Belfast.
The Royal Irish Linen Writing Papers and other goods exhibited have obtained Prize Medals at the International Exhibitions of London, 1862, Dublin 1865 and Paris 186 (Three Medals), Dublin 1872, Philadelphia Exhibition 1876 (Two Medals), and Paris 1979 (Three Medals and Cross of the Legion of Honour), with special commendation in the Juror's Reports.
Extracts from Opinions of the Press.
"The best writing paper exhibited is that if Messrs. Marcus Ward & Company, who, collecting from the Bleach Greens near Belfast the cuttings and trimmings of unworn Linen, have them turned into Hand and Machine made Paper. which in texture and finish, is beyond anything else of the kind in the Exhibition" - Standard
"A peculiarly substantial and elegant description of Stationery, on which it is an absolute luxury to write! - Daily Telegraph.
"Precisely the kind of surface which is so agreeable to the ready or unready writer" - Morning Post
Marcus Ward & Co's Pure Flax Papers, in all weights and varieties of surface.
Marcus Ward & Co's Ulster Linen Papers.
Marcus Ward & Co's Papeteries and Fancy Stationery.

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MARCUS WARD & CO'S PUBLICATIONS
The New Plutarch, Lives of Men and Women of Action who have made the History of the World.
Coligny : The Failure of the French Reformation. With a Portrait - by Walter Besant, M. A.,  2s. 6d.
Judas Maccabaeus : The Revival of the Jewish Nationality. With a map. - by Lieutenant C. R. Conder, R. E.  2s. 6d.
Abraham Lincoln : The Abolition of Slavery. With a Portrait. - by Charles G. Leland.  2s. 6d.
Joan of Arc : The Expulsion of the English from France, - by Janet Tuckey  2s. 6d.
Victor Emmanuel : The Attainment of Italian Unity. With a Portrait. - by Edward Dicey. M. A.,  2s. 6d.
Other Volumes are in preparation.
The Child's Geography : by M. J. Barrington Ward, M. A., F. R. G. S. With coloured Maps and numerous Illustrations.  6d.  cloth 9d.
Marcus Ward's Atlases for Schools, from 6d. to 5s.
Marcus Ward's Arithmetic, by J. W. Marshall, M. A.  Cloth 1s. 6d.  With Answers 2s.
The Mythology of Greece and Rome. by O. Seeman. With 64 Woodcut Illustrations  3s. 6d.
Second Prizes and Gift Books
Marcus Ward's Improved Writing Copy Books. designed to insure the easy and rapid progress of the Pupil, to lighten the labour of the Teacher, and to secure the formation of a Beautiful, Distinct and Rapid Handwriting.
Marcus Ward's First Grade Drawing Copy Books.
Marcus ward's Illustrated Waverley Novels. The new edition, complete in twenty-five volumes, is enriched with 886 illustrations, executed by the best artists. Price 2s. 6d. each or in
Complete Sets, Cloth, embossed and gilt  3  2s. 6d.
Complete Sets, Half Bound, marble sides and edges  4  7s. 6d.
Complete Sets, Half Bound, Russia, gilt edges  7  10s. 0d.
Full List of Publications sent on Application.

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MARCUS WARD'S NEW MAP
of the
TOWNS AND SUBURBS OF BELFAST
Size - 37 Inches by 35 1/2 Inches.
Showing the Ward Divisions, Municipal Boundary, and Suburbs, and comprising an area of 16 square miles, with an Accompanying Alphabetical Reference Index, indicating the position of every Street or place of importance.
Scale - 9 Inches to a Statute Mile, divided into Quarter mile Squares, and carefully corrected up to date.
Best Edition, printed in colours, mounted on Linen, with Mahogany Rollers       21/-
Best Edition, printed in colours, unmounted        15/-
Same Map, uncoloured, mounted on Linen         10/6
Same Map, uncoloured, unmounted        7/6
Small Map of Belfast, corrected to date, printed in colours      1/-

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ARDROSSAN SHIPPING COMPANY
BELFAST AND ARDROSSAN
In connection with the Glasgow & South Western & other Railways
Also Carrying To and From the
North of England, London and the Continent.
Short Sea Passage
The New Swift full-powered Steam Ships
North Western & North Eastern
(Specially built for the service), or other Steamers,, are appointed to Sail (casualties excepted)
DAILY

From Ireland

Steamer from Belfast
Train from Ardrossan Harbour
Train arrives at Paisley
Train arrives at Glasgow (St.. Enoch)

FROM SCOTLAND
Train from Glasgow (St. Enoch)
Train from Paisley
Steamer from Ardrossan
Steamer arrives at Belfast about

(Daily Sundays & Saturdays excepted)

7.45pm
5.20 am
6.29 am
6.45 am


9.20 pm
9.35 pm
10.30 pm  
4.00 am 

Saturdays Only


2.00 pm
8.40 pm
9.28 pm
9.45 pm





Passenger Fares (including Steward's Fees) :-
Salon and First Class    Steerage and Third Class    Salon and First Class    Steerage
Belfast with Glasgow and Paisley - Single       12s. 6d.                      4s. 0d.                    Return        20s. 0d.                 -                                                               
Belfast with Ardrossan          Single        9s. 0d.                        3s. 0d.                     Return        14s. 0d.         4s. 6d.                                                  
Passengers
Through Fares with various Stations in Ireland and Scotland.
Return Tickets (not transferable) issued between 1st May and 31st October are available for Two Months ; those issued between 1st November and 30th April, for one month.
Extensions of Tickets - Passengers holding ordinary Return Tickets, and wishing to stay a longer period than that for which the ticket is available, can do so by paying the difference between the return fare and the sum of Two Single Fares.
Passengers must take charge of their own luggage, as the Ship is not responsible in any way for it's safety.
When the Steamers arrive early in the morning, passengers can remain on board until breakfast time.
Goods and Live Stock
Special Train leaves Ardrossan daily, (Sundays excepted), at 6.pm, reaching Glasgow, College Station, at about 7.40am. Eglinton Street Station, at about 8 am, and Bellgrove Station at about 8 am. (Special facilities for Live Stock from Belfast on Saturdays). Goods in time for Shipment same evening received. Daily (except Sundays), up to about 6.30 pm, at College Station, Glasgow and up to about 4.30 pm, at Eglinton Street Station, Glasgow.
Through Goods Rates are in force between Belfast and Scotland, North of England, The Continent, London, Hull, and Lynn. and between various Irish Railway Stations and Glasgow and Paisley.
Passengers, Passengers' Luggage, Live Stock and Goods, are carried by the Ardrossan Shipping Company subject to their published conditions which are of the essence of the contract.
For further information apply to :-
R. HENDERSON & SON, 49 Queen's Square, Belfast.

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ARDROSSAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Steam Communication between Belfast and Douglas (Isle of Man) & Whitehaven.
carrying to and from Carlisle, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Stockton, Lancaster etc.
The Steamer South-Western, to other vessel, is appointed to Sail as under (weather and other circumstances permitting) :-

From Belfast to Whitehaven every Wednesday

From Whitehaven to Belfast every Tuesday

From Belfast to Douglas from May to Sept. (inclusive) every week.
As advertised in Sailing Bills.
During remainder of year at suitable intervals.

From Douglas to Belfast from May to Sept. (inclusive) every week.
As advertised in Sailing Bills.
During remainder of year at suitable intervals.

Note - Douglas cargo carried on certain voyages only.
Passengers Fares (including Steward's Fees) :-

Between Belfast and

Single
Saloon         Steerage

Return
Saloon       Steerage

Douglas

10s. 0d          5s. 0d.   

15s. 0d*      7s. 6d.  

Whitehaven

10s. 0d          4s. 0d.   

15s. 0d.       6s. 0d.  

* In operation only as advertised in Sailing Bills.

Tickets are also issued between Belfast and various Stations in the North of England.
Goods are carried at through rates between, Belfast and various Stations on the London and North-Western, Maryport and Carlisle, Cockermouth, Keswick and Penruth, and North-Eastern Railways, also, between Whitehaven and the principal Stations on the Great Northern of Ireland (Northern Division), Belfast and Northern Counties, and Belfast and County Down Railways.
Most Direct Route for the Lake Districts of Cumberland and Westmoreland.
Shippers should be particular in specially consigning the traffic by this route.
For conditions of carriage and further information, apply to the Managers and Station Agents, of the different Railways, to J. & J. Hodgson, 36 King Street, Whitehaven, to W. E. Young, Athol Street, Douglas (Isle of Man), or to R. Henderson & Son, 49 Queen's Square, Belfast.

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BELFAST PROPERTY SALEROOMS, 21 LOMBARD STREET.
R. J. McCONNELL
House, Land, Estate and Insurance Agent, Property Broker, Auctioneer and Valuator.
Commissioner for Taking Affidavits.
Rents Collected, Valuations for Loans and Probate accurately and speedily made.
Private Sales Conducted without Publicity.
Sales by Auction of all classes of Freehold and Leasehold.
Properties, Ground Rents, etc., take place Fortnightly at the Offices and Salerooms, 21 Lombard Street.
No Charge Made Unless Sale Be Effected.

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THE SCOTTISH AMICABLE MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
Established 1826, and incorporated by Special Act of Parliament. The Society's Income now exceeds 290,000 a year. The Invested Funds amount to 2,200,000 and the Existing Assurances to 6,950,000. The sum paid in Claims exceeds 2,600,000 sterling.
President - The Duke of Buccleuch.
Vice President - The Right Hon., The Earl of Devon, and Professor Sir William Thomson, LL.D., F.R.S., The Lord Justice General.
Manager - Thomas Marr.
Secretary - W. G. Spens.
The Scottish Amicable is a purely Mutual Office. all the Profits are divided among the Assured, and range from 1 1/2 to 3 per cent. on the sums originally in  Policies. The Assured are now entitled, after five years consecutive residence within the home limits, to travel and reside in any part of the world without payment of extra Premium.
W. D. Henderson, Resident Secretary.
The Belfast Banking Company, Bankers.
Office in Belfast - 12 Victoria Street.

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FIRE CLAY GOODS, SLATES AND CEMENT
W. D. HENDERSON & SONS
12 Victoria Street, Belfast.
(Scottish Amicable Buildings)
Always supplied with Garnkirk and Kilmarnock best Tiles, Fire and Facing Bricks, C'Cans, Vases, Glazed Sewer Pipes, Troughs, and all Articles made in Fire Clay and Terra Cotta, including Staffordshire Blue Bricks, Plain and Encaustic Tiling, Field Drain Pipes, Roofing Tiles, etc., also White Bros', celebrated London Portland Cement, Lias Lime, Alabaster, Slates, Flagging, Newton's Patent Gullies, Allan & Mann's Patent White Bricks, Oven Tiles, Laths, Buchan's Traps etc.
Yards - Albert Square, foot of Waring Street and Corporation Square, next Harbour Office.

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ROBERT CARSWELL
Wholesale Stationer, Bookbinder, Account Book Manufacturer.
Engraver.
Lithographer and Letterpress Printer.
27 Donegall Place, Belfast.

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Cheapest motive Power in the World !
The
"OTTO"
Silent Gas Engine
Crossley Brothers, Manchester.
Sole English and Colonial Makers.
Cost of Working 0 One Penny per Hour per Horse Power.
Sizes at Present Offered.
One Half, One, Two, Three and a Half, Eight, Twelve, and Sixteen in Horse Power.
Sole Agents in Ulster.
ROBERT CARSWELL
27 Donegall Place, Belfast.
Where One Can Be Seen Working.

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ROBERT WATSON
Wholesale
Upholsterers', Cabinetmakers', and Coachbuilders'
Furnishing Warehouse.
Bed Feather Purifier.
and
Bedding Manufacturer
92 & 94 Donegall Street, Belfast.
The Feathers being Chemically prepared are warranted free from all dust and impurity, whereby the greatest amount of Elasticity is obtained..
Old Feather Beds Re-Purified.
at Moderate Cost.

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THE ULSTER PLATE GLASS INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED
Capital  10,000
Head Office, 11 Victoria Chambers, Belfast.
Directors :-
W. K. Brown, Esq., Messrs. John S. Brown & Sons, Linen and Damask Manufacturers, Belfast, and King Street, Cheapside, London, E.C.
James Creeth, Esq., Messrs. James Creeth & Co., Seed Merchants, Belfast.
W. G. Frackleton, Esq., Messrs. Frackleton & Son., Glass, Oil & Colour Merchants, Belfast.
W. P. Jennings, Esq., Messrs. Jennings & Co., Ironmongers, Belfast, 101 Mitchell Street, Glasgow, and 44 Deansgate, Manchester.
William Leatham, Esq., M.D., Coalisland.
Francis P. McLean, Esq., Messrs. Little & McLean, Paper Merchants and Steam Printers, Belfast.
Bankers :-
The Ulster Banking Company, Belfast.
Solicitor :-
John C. White, Esq.
Auditor :-
George Pelan, Esq.
Prospectus :-
This Company Insures all descriptions of Plate Glass, either Plain or Ornamental against all manner of accidents (the risk of Fire excepted), whether used as Windows, Panels, or Show Cases, also Looking Glasses Mirrors and Ornamental Designs.
The Directors desire to effect Insurances with the least inconvenience to the Insured, and to make Immediate Replacements.
Insurances with other offices can be transferred to this office without any extra trouble or expense to the insured.
Policyholders in this office who have made five annual payments without making a claim on the Company, are held insured the sixth year free of charge.
Rates of Premium quoted, and every information may be obtained on application at Head Office or Agencies.
Arthur Lucas, Manager.
Agents at
Dublin - Messrs. Maguire & Son, Plate Glass and Marble Merchants, 10 Dawson Street.
Cork - Mr. R. S. Somers, 19 Great George's Street.
Londonderry - H. A. Byron, Esq., Sub-Agent, Belfast Bank.

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ARTHUR LUCAS
Public Accountant and Auditor
11 Victoria Chambers, Belfast.
Attends to all matters of Accounts in Bankruptcy, Joint Stock Companies' Accounts etc.
Acts as Auditor on behalf of Shareholders or Directors of Public Companies, at a fixed annual charge. Secretary for
The Ulster Plate Glass Insurance Company Limited
The Belfast General Coasting Steamship Company Limited.

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SCOTTISH IMPERIAL INSURANCE COMPANY
Fire, Life and Annuities
Capital  -  One Million
Head Office - 151 West George Street, Glasgow.
Branch Offices at Edinburgh, London, Liverpool, Manchester, Belfast and Montreal.
Fire Transfers from other offices are effected without charge. Life Participation Policy Holders are entitled to share in Profits to the extent of Ninety Per Cent both of the Participation and Non-Participation Branches.
Board of Directors :-
Chairman - Alexander Donaldson, Esq.
Vice Chairman - William Taylor, Esq.

G. Stewart Anderson, Esq., Merchant.
Allan Arthur, Esq., Merchant.
Michael Balmain, Esq., Banker.
William Burns, Esq., Solicitor.
Alexander Drew, Esq., Merchant.
Robert Fraser, Esq., Merchant.
James Graham, Esq., Builder.
Walter Grieve, Esq., Merchant, Greenock.
Anthony Hannay, Esq., (Messrs. Kelly & Co.)
John Henderson, Esq., Messrs. Tillie & Henderson.
James Salmon, Esq., Architect.
Gregor Turnbull, Esq., Merchant.
Manager - W. W. W. Reid.

Consulting Physician - Dr. McCall Anderson.         Bankers - The City Of Glasgow Bank.
Solicitors - Messrs. Burns, Aiken & Co.                 Secretary - David Laurie                        
Wm. R. D. Ferguson, Agent, 41 Donegall Place, Belfast.

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DUNVILLE & CO. LIMITED
Distillers
Belfast
Distillers        Royal Irish Distilleries, Distillery Street.
Bonded Warehouses, Adelaide Street, Alfred Street and Clarence Street.
Duty Paid Warehouses, Alfred Street and Franklin Street.
Offices    Calender Street.

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WM. YOUNG & CO.
General Commission, Insurance, House and Rent Agents.
37 Fountain Street, Belfast.
W. Y. & Co. give strict personal attention to all commissions with which they are entrusted. First Class reference.

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BERNARD HUGHES'
CELEBRATED BREAD
(Full Weight)
The Secret of the Success of this Celebrated Bread is that it is not only the best Bread, but the best value for money offered to the Public, and for flavour and sweetness it will be found equal, if not superior, to Hungarian Cottage Loaves, at a saving of 4d. in each Shilling.
Judged by Quality, Weight and Price, this Celebrated Bread is the best and cheapest in the United Kingdom.
Manufactured at the
MODEL BAKERIES & FLOUR MILLS
Belfast.

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GOOD NEWS !
The Public are now respectfully informed that Bernard Hughes' Celebrated Bread can be had from Shopkeepers in towns and villages within 100 miles of Belfast. Shopkeepers will be supplied daily, and sell at the Belfast Price - viz.,
4 lbs. Extra Superfine, 8d.
(Full Weight)
This Celebrated Bread is sold by Weight, in 4 lb and 2 lb Loaves, and full weight given, the only fair way for the consumer, not in 6d. and 3d. Loaves, the weights of which are undefined and very changeable.
Manufactured at the
MODEL BAKERIES & FLOUR MILLS
Belfast.

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