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TICKETS. SIXPENCE Each. With each Book of Twenty Tickets will ho

TICKETS. SIXPENCE Each. With each Book of Twenty Tickets will ho

presented FREE TICKET, for aeparatc Special Drawing. Thi* Ticket irill entitle the Holder to dunce of winning one of the undertnention->f prize* l«t Prize, presented by a Friend the In-nitution : COMPLETE LIBRARY. Consisting of about TWO HUNDRED VOLUMES of useful and interesting
9 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THOKOCOHI.T MIRIM.

THOKOCOHI.T MIRIM.

1«*». |H*r pair. A . R.—.\(J ( 6LV.VAV TW V II OTHER CATHOLIC VOI’NO MEN s mi 'IKTV. The u*ual quarterly nmeting of the member* the Ihiblin Catholic Young Men's Society wa* held yesterday evening, in their society mom* The attendance of the member* wo* pretty large, A statement
9 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Styrian Alp*. , ‘A Purcliaacr guarantee* the winner £3O for this

Styrian Alp*. , ‘A Purcliaacr guarantee* the winner £3O for this

Styrian Alp*. , Purcliaacr guarantee* the winner for this 2nd Prize—The Gift of Mon-ignor Kirby, Rector the Irish College, Rome—A Bast tb.> Madonna, Exquisitely cut Pietra Dura (Onyx), B**t in line Gold, and hutouncled with Amethysts and Aquamarine*. Prize—The Gift of the Inhabit
9 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UNSTAMPED, ON K I’KNNV7

UNSTAMPED, ON K I’KNNV7

UNSTAMPED, K PASSPORT' Are uwim.itkly •• ri.oel.- * Kn>teniiit»i j> '•« i*. il«. Stulw. THK BBITIsH AND KOYAI. MAM. VMSili:* NOTH i : 11 - I. «t lIMMmiU: Umli Miiaaul -.mi buuvwwni «. U> m-virr Hit<J Miub. AND NORTH MAIL •C- irnlMKli l.v il.. \I>\II •A.lialW' v, • , '•" ■ i■ - mS
9 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Branch Offit-e. <53. Upper Hackrille-atreet, Dublin. Dublin liranch Committee of In-h Directors :

Branch Offit-e. <53. Upper Hackrille-atreet, Dublin. Dublin liranch Committee of In-h Directors :

John Knii!*. Fx, . M.P. I Sir dray. Colonel Pulke (•reville. M.P | The Company ISSUE DEBEN* TUBES, hfaruig per »eut. interest, payable halfyearly, at Banker- of the Company, or - «nrh Country Bankere a» may arrange<J with the hohien, s-iyable for such periuda ami for tu« h antou
9 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DIVISION ON THE MALT TAX.

THE DIVISION ON THE MALT TAX.

The division list on Sir Fitzroy Kelly's motion with respect to the Malt Tax is a striking comment. upon the remarks which we made yesterday as to ' Ireland's relation to a movement contemplating a large remission of indirect taxation for the supposed benefit of an English inter
9 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
An extraordinary iustance of determination has just occurred in the prison of Alcala in Spain. A man named Puebla, condemned

An extraordinary iustance of determination has just occurred in the prison of Alcala in Spain. A man named Puebla, condemned

to death for murder, in hia dread of the garrotte, determined to starve himself to death. He resolutely refused all food, and on the twelfth day expired exhaustion.
9 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

DIAMOR OPEN MEETING—MARCH Stewards—Lord Lurgan, JOG Pollock Js Rodon, K ISattersbv. W S Garnetf. and C A vf r ' 1 Esqrs. Judge-Ralpb Westropp, Esq. Slipper- GARNET PURSE. " First Ties—Lord Lurgan's Lady Hillsea (Ports**. r, wing) beat Nicholson's r d Dawn (David—l r 0 - Walker's
9 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A New Singeb.— Mdlle. lima von Murska is at present absorbing the interest of the public the Imperial Opera House.

A New Singeb.— Mdlle. lima von Murska is at present absorbing the interest of the public the Imperial Opera House.

The fair and esteemed artist continued last week as Lucia in Danizetti's opera of tbe same name the engagement she had coinmeuced under the most brilliant auspices. Though Mdlle. von Murska has not been on tbe stago more than few years, her performance of the parts in which we h
9 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BUSINESS FORMS

BUSINESS FORMS

PRINTED FORMS ARE NOW GENERALLY used to every department of bus. ness to save time ani labour and enaure uniformity eyatem. Every deaoripUon of Forme, adapted every kind of busincaa trnnaactiona, can be had the most reasonable terms at the GENERAL PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT connecte
9 March 1865 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland