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From: "Cathy Joynt Labath" <>
Subject: !! Ballina Chronicle, May 2, 1849 #4
Date: Sat, 8 Mar 2003 14:38:02 -0600
[Co Mayo, Ireland]
Wednesday, May 2, 1849
TO BE LET.
A NEAT FURNISHED COTTAGE,
With Large Garden, Stable, and Coach House.
TO BE LET FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS IN BALLINA.
Application to be made to Doctor Whittaker, Ardnaree Cottage.
Ballina, May 2, 1849.
FIRST ARRIVALS of SPRING GOODS
The Western Woollen Hall, Knox's Street, Ballina
Alexander Little, Proprietor,
Begs to return his sincere thanks to the Inhabitants of Ballina and its
Vicinity for the very liberal support which he has received since his
commencement in business. He begs most respectfully to say he has returned
from the different Markets (being the sixth time within seven months) with a
Stock of Goods Unparalleled in Ballina for Variety and Cheapness,
compromising All the Newest Designs Suitable to the Present Season, and begs
to say he purposes visiting the Markets Monthly, so as to select every new
style coming out.
As the unfair principle of making two prices in carried on in a
clandestine form in Ballina, The Western Woollen Hall stands unrivalled,
having gained the confidence of the public by strictly Best Goods, and
selling them on More Moderate Terms than other Houses in Trade; and the
Proprietor is determined to retain that name which the House has justly
The Cheapest, Largest, Newest, Best and Most Fashionable
STOCK OF CLOTHING,
Ever Imported to Ballina, now Ready for Inspection.
AT THE COMMERCIAL HOUSE, ARRAN STREET, BALLINA
MESSRS. ROBERT AND GEORGE SCOTT, PROPRIETORS,
Beg to solicit the attention of the public to this supply of Summer
Goods, which is the first received for the Season, all of which have been
personally selected by one of the Firm, on the Most Advantageous Terms,, and
will be disposed of at prices which cannot fail to command that large share
of patronage which has distinguished their Establishment during their long
and respectable standing.
Messrs. George and Robert Scott confidently assert that there is no
House in their Trade in this town, of such tried expertice, neither is there
another in which the taste and judgment of the inhabitants of this locality
can be so well suited as in their Establishment. We deem it superfluous to
give a detail of the numerous articles in the various departments, as our
customers will find each extensively supplied.
We beg to direct especial attention to our Stock of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES,
TWEEDS, and VESTINGS, HATS and BONNETS.
SHIEL'S AND SCOTT'S BOOTS AND SHOES, IN IMMENSE VARIETY.
PAINTING, GLAZING, AND PAPER HANGING ESTABLISHMENT,
Top of King Street, Ballina.
Has just received a well-selected assortment of ROOM PAPER, suitable
for Parlour, Drawing-room, Bed-room, and Halls, which he offers for sale on
the most moderate terms. He also begs leave to state that he is well
supplied with WINDOW GLASS, OILS, COLOURS, and PREPARED PAINTS of every
description. PAINTING BRUSHES, PLASTER PARIS, ROMAN CEMENT, &c.
R.G. returns thanks to his friends and the public for the kind support
he has received since he commenced business, and hopes from his experience
in the different branches of his trade, and his attention to all orders he
may be favoured with, to merit a continuance of their support.
Ballina, 30th April, 1849.
CABINET MAKER & UPHOLSTERER,
KING STREET, BALLINA
Grateful for the unlimited patronage which he has received since hsi
commencement in business, begs to intimate to his supporters, and the Gentry
of Tyrawly generally, that any Orders with which they may favor him will be
punctually attended to, and engages that all articles manufactured by him
will be composed of the best materials, and for
STYLE AND DURABILITY OF WORKMANSHIP,
Cannot be Excelled Any Where.
CONFECTIONERY AND ITALIAN WAREHOUSE,
KNOX'S STREET, BALLINA
Having received very encouraging support since his commencement in this
business, respectfully announced that he continues to be supplied with every
article connected with the Confectionery and Italian Warehouse Department.
The Confectionery is entrusted to the care of a parson possessing first rate
abilities and who has had the superintendence of one of the principal
establishments in the Metropolis for some years.
The following is a list of articles, the quality of which cannot be
Penny Plumb cake,
Wedding & Christening Cakes
Wines to tea biscuits,
Ground rice pudding,
Bread and butter pudding,
(Made to order)
(Made to Order)
(Made to Order)
Raspberry Puffs, and Fritter's cheese cakes, Tarts, Puffs, &c,&c.
(Made to Order)
SALLITERNS as bespoke.
Coffee in packages,
Pickles and Sauces,
Sugar Works of all descriptions,
Cigars, Tobacco and Snuff.
BEWLEY AND EVANS
Ginger Draught, and
FANCY BREAD and BISCUIT BAKERY.
Best American Flour
Gellatine in Packages.
Best Gloucester Cheese, Hames, Spices, &c.
And Many Others Too Numerous to Mention.
M.F. respectfully informs persons travelling that he can supply them
with Breakfast, Luncheons, Dinners, &c. on the shortest notice. Well-sized
BEDS. All orders punctually attended to.
[Note: For more directory information on Ballina see the following:]
Pigot's Directory of Ballina, Mayo 1824
Slater's Directory of Ballina, Mayo 1846
Cathy Joynt Labath
Ireland Newspaper Abstracts
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