Lurgan, Portadown and Banbridge Advertiser and Agricultural Gazette
May 3, 1849
Lurgan, County Armagh
The Advertiser may be had of MESSRS. ARCHER & Son (?) Castle-Place, Belfast; by whom
Advertisements will be received.
Banbridge,--MR. WILLIAM METKIFF, Grocer.
Maralin,--MR. ALEXANDER HUMPHRIES, Grocer.
Gilford,--MR. PATRICK MURRAY.
Waringstown,--MR. JOHN NEW.
Printed and published every Thursday Evening, by RICHARD J. EVANS, of Lurgan, County Armagh.
Seed and Nursery Establishment,
GARDEN & FARM SEEDS
Warranted the Growth of 1848.
Orders to amount of Twenty Shillings and upwards, sent carriage free to any of the neighbouring Towns.
TIMBER & SLATE YARD,
Laths, Alabaster and Roman Cement in Casks, and Patent Roman Cement Paint, Ridge and Flooring Tiles, Fire Bricks, Cut Stone Window and Door Sills, Door Blocks, &c., with every other article peculiar to the Trade.
Also, a very respectable NEW HEARSE for hire on moderate terms.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
LEATHER, GROCERY, PROVISION, WINE,
AND SPIRIT WAREHOUSE,
SHOE FINDINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Sole Agent in Lurgan for
JOHN CASSELL'S COFFEES!!!
Wines, Spirits, Ales, and Guinness's XX Porter in Wood and Bottle.
HOUSE AND PREMISES IN LURGAN.
TO BE LET, WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION,
At the Corner of Castle-Lane, Lurgan, as lately occupied by WILLIAM TURKINGTON. The Premises are well adapted for the Baking Trade, or General Business, as it is in the very centre of the Market.
Apply to WILLIAM TURKINGTON, Baker, Lurgan.
Lurgan, May 3rd, 1849
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