Lurgan, Portadown and Banbridge Advertiser
and Agricultural Gazette
Lurgan, county Armagh
3 May 1850
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Woollen Drapery, Hats, Bonnets,
Ladies Dresses, &c.
The Subscribers bet to intimate that they have received their SUMMER ASSORTMENT of the above Goods.
Parties purchasing will do well to give them a call. As they always pay Cash Prompt for their Goods, they are enabled to offer decided advantages.
PAUL & Co.
Lurgan, 3rd May, 1849.
The tale of the "Haunted House," by W.C. is declined, it is too long, and would not suit our pages; thanks for his kind wishes.
Communications on Science, Agriculture, &c., written in a plain style, and in as few words as the nature of the subject treated of will admit, at all times, receive a ready insertion.
The wide circulation of the "Advertiser" amongst all classes in Lurgan, Portadown, Banbridge, Waringstown, Gilford, Moira, Maralin, and the surrounding country, renders it a very eligible medium for Advertising. Advertisements sent for insertion should reach us on Wednesdays. The scale of prices will be found moderate.
Seed and Nursery Establishment,The Subscriber's Stock of the above will be found, on trial, to be of the very finest and purest growths, and to include all the most esteemed, and newest varieties. Prices as moderate as those of any respectable Seed Warehouse in Ulster.
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.
House and Premises in Lurgan.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.
To be Let, with Immediate Possession,
Apply to William Turkington, Baker, Lurgan.
Lurgan, May 3rd, 1849.
Newry, Tuesday, May 1.--No change whatever took place in our market prices to day. Very small quantities of farm produce were offered. Oats sold at 10d. and 10-1/4d. Wheat and Barley remained at late prices. One corn merchant gave 10d. per stone for a few parcels of oats in the day. He then declined to purchase any more at so high a price. Seed (we fear to [sic] late in sowing for a good chance of a good crop) was bought at 11d. per stone--some, we were told, rather higher. Surely May is not the proper month for putting this crop into the ground.
Dublin, Tuesday, May 1.--We had a very dull market to day except for oats, which met a brisk demand, and fully supported the prices of Friday. Wheat must be quoted 6d. to 1s. lower. Indian Corn was in some cases sold at a reduction of 6d. per qr.
Submitted by ajk.
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