Lurgan, Portadown and Banbridge Advertiser
and Agricultural Gazette
Lurgan, county Armagh
7 March 1850
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HOUSE TO LET.A HOUSE, consisting of one Parlor, three Bed Rooms Kitchen, Pantry, and Scullery, Gas Fitting complete, with Parlor Lamp; also, an Office House, Pump, and Spout Water, and a Garden for bleaching any drying Clothes.
To be Let, in the Centre of the
TOWN OF LURGAN,
For further information apply to MATTHEW WELLS, Watch Maker.
Lurgan, March 7th 1850.
LECTURESTHE REV. THOMAS MILLAR intends delivering the first of a Course of Lectures to the WORKING CLASSES, on Tomorrow Evening, at 7 o'clock, in the SCHOOL HOUSE behind the PRESBYTERIAN MEETING HOUSE.
To the Working Classes
On the Improvement of their
MR. MILLAR respectfully requests that Merchants, Manufacturers, and other employers in Lurgan and its neighbourhood, will kindly use their influence to secure, on this occasion, a large attendance of the Working Classes.
Lurgan, March 7th, 1850.
Silver for the Million!
To Private Families, Inn and Hotel Keepers, &c.MESSRS. LANDFORD & CO. After numerous and expensive experiments, have succeeded in inventing an ELECTRO PLATING LIQUID, by the use of which German Silver, however common or yellow in appearance, is immediately made to assume the exact appearance of sterling Silver; and plated articles, being worn, are replated with less preparation and trouble than the present method of cleaning, the following simple directions being all that is necessary :--
Wash the article that is to be plated in soda and water, dry it well; then apply the solution with a piece of woolen cloth--rub briskly with chamois leather, and it will immediately produce the most brilliant and pure colour of silver.
Sold in bottles at 1s. 6d. and 2s. 6d. each, by the appointed Agent, MR. ANDREW CHERRY, Watch and Clock Maker, Lurgan.
March 14, 1850:
IN CONSEQUENCE OF REMOVAL.
R. J. M'MORDIE
THE HOUSE AND SHOP TO LET, with Fixtures complete, which can be had on moderate terms. The Shop having recently had a Plate Glass Front put in, and being in a central situation for business, presents an opportunity rarely to be met with.--Apply as above.
Banbridge, March 13, 1850.
Submitted by ajk.
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