Ye SCRATCH HUNT CLUB.
'For He's A Jolly Good Fellow And so say all of us.'
Signed 'Parkes'. 'Copyright Weiners London W.'
Addressed to 'Comber Dis Co., Comber, Co Down'.
'14 Church St Belfast May 2. 1910'
'Gentlemen Please repeat order yours Wm John Purdy'
Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast, from Dunville Park.
The four acres of Dunville Park were opened as a gift to the City of Belfast
in 1891, its first public park, and in it the Dunville Fountain was erected.
The inscription on the fountain reads 'This Park, formed and completed,
was presented as a free gift to the City by Robert G. Dunville, of Redburn,
Dunville Park Belfast. Victoria Hospital.
Postmark 19 September 1906.
'The City of Paris' public house, 178 Old Ford Road, Bethnal Green, London E2.
'Dunville's Whisky' and the 'V crown R' on the windows over the left
and corner doors, 'Greenlees Claymore Whisky' over the middle door.
'Wincarnis' on the middle door.
'Truman, Hanbury, Buxton & Co.' above the first floor.
'178 C. Sharp & Son. 178' above the ground floor.
'Oyster & Whelk Stall'
'Dunville's', 'V crown R', 'Old Irish Whisky' on the window behind.
The only visible letters of the name of the public house are 'ON'S FI'.
Another postcard with the same photograph
was postmarked Jersey 29 September 1904.
'High Street, South-Norwood', 'London'
'Dunville's Old Irish Whisky', 'V crown R', and 'Old Irish Whisky'
on the window over the corner door of the public house on the right.
'91 J.Ruff ' above the ground floor of the public house.
'John Walk ', 'Old Nicholas ', 'Kilma ' on the other window.
'Blundell Boot Maker' on the sign further down the street.
'Provisions', 'Williamsons Limited', ' & Grocery' on the shop on the left.
'West-Croydon & Norwood' on the tram.
Postmark 'JY 26 02' (26 July 1902).
"W'AT I LIKES, IS A MAN WIF REG'LAR 'ABITS"
Advertisements on the wall for 'Ind. Coope & Co. India Pale Ale'
and 'Dunville's VR Old Irish Whisky Belfast'.
On the bar is a bottle of Salt & Co. Table Ale.
The postcard on the left is Copyright 1906, postmark Marianna Ark. JAN 9 1907.
'THE BEGINNING AND THE END.'
'The Finsbury Feeding Bottle' and 'Dunville's VR Old Irish Whisky Belfast'.
On the neck of the whisky bottle:
'Paris Exhibition 190? Gold Medal', 'Highest Award for Irish Whisky'.
At the foot of the label: 'Dunville & Co. Limited'.
A similar bottle has on its neck:
'Paris Exhibition 1900 Gold Medal', 'Highest Award for Irish Whisky'.