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COF F E Y

COF F E Y

SCARS BR•TnERS. TEA MEN, 15, PATRICE-MUM LIMERICK. April 26.. The Scottish Provident Institution. --- ; rplin TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL GEN- I KRAL MEETING wax held at Edinburgh on 15th February. Mr. CHARM LAWSON, Jun.,who presided, after expressing his regret at the absnce of Sheri
14 March 1865 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW SCALE OF PREMIUMS.

NEW SCALE OF PREMIUMS.

The rates of Premium have buen recently re-adjusted in accordance with the mortality experienced by the Company, and at the younger and middle ages will be found lower than most of the leading Offices. DUBLIN BOARD, lion. George Handcock, Merrion Square. Henry Maunscll, Esq., La
14 March 1865 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SPEING NOVELTIES.

SPEING NOVELTIES.

I HAVE to intimate the Arriral ot my SECOND PARCEL FRENCH COATINGS, FRENCH TROUSERINGS, FRENCH VESTINGS. Those Superior Fabrics have been imported direct Eminent Paris Houses, and comprise THE RAREST AND MOST RECHERCHE NOVELTIES IN GENTLEMEN'S ATTIRE. Inspection Invited. New Sfr
14 March 1865 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
KERBICCRRIHY

KERBICCRRIHY

The first presentment in this barony was from Timothy Lane, John Hartnett, and Andrew O’Connor, to buiid a parapet wall on the new road from Crossbaven Carrigaline—s62 perches, at 10s the perch, less £]. Contract, £264 Is; first of four instalments. Mr W D'E Parker appeared as a
14 March 1865 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BRBAIe STUFFS WANTED.

BRBAIe STUFFS WANTED.

THE Board Gnardiane will, an 16th March neat drokra a Coi'tiaetna Ue .applying the Wort hewn (carriage fane), fcr «x MonibSp with Beat let Floor, at per Too. Sod Floor, at per Too. Beat Oatmeal, per Ten. •• IndUn Meal, per Too. Sealed Tender., naming euratiea, and eeeeeap«me Sam
14 March 1865 - Tipperary Vindicator - Nenagh, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
COUETY LIMERICK SPRING ASSIZES

COUETY LIMERICK SPRING ASSIZES

CROWN COURT- Friday. Sergeant Armstrong entered tbs Court on morning, ten o’clock, and during the day was gaged in hearing the records. Towards evening the case of action against Great Southern and Western railway came on for hearing. Tho following Jury was then sworn to try the
14 March 1865 - Tipperary Vindicator - Nenagh, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
CASHEL TOWN COM MISSIONKKS* MONTHLY

CASHEL TOWN COM MISSIONKKS* MONTHLY

MEETING Mohdat. Mr Johh Mullins in tbe chair. Other members present—-Meean Corby J Dnnns Mstbesr Hanly, Win Murphy, JP; indrew Mean, Mathew O’Ryan, Patrick Phelan, Daniel Lallan, and Dr Woods. The minutes of last meeting were read by Mr John Corby* Town Clerk, and confirmed by t
14 March 1865 - Tipperary Vindicator - Nenagh, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
FAIRS FOU THE WEEK.

FAIRS FOU THE WEEK.

Wednesday, 15tU—(Cork) Castletown; (Clare Morris’s Mills. Thursday. 16th—(work) Qlanworth ; (Limerick) Dromcotloher. Friday. 17th—(Cork) Charleville, Currabeglands, Du hallow, Kauturk, Mogeely, Mossgrove ; ; (Limerick) Ardp-trick, Herbertstown, Askeaton ; (CiareJ Donasse, >omgra
14 March 1865 - Tipperary Vindicator - Nenagh, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THK QUEEN'S LEVEE.

THK QUEEN'S LEVEE.

command of the Queen Levee was held on Wednesday, St. James's Palace, London, by H.R.H. tbe Prince of Wales, on behalf of her Majesty. The Prince of Wales, attended by his Gentlemen in Waiting, arrived from Marlborough House about two o'clock, and was received by tbe great offic
14 March 1865 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
MANSLAUGHTER.

MANSLAUGHTER.

In the case of man named Cooolly, against whom true bill waa found for manslaughter, Mr. Major applied for Bench warrant fur apprehension, was not amenable to justice. The Court granted the application. The Grand Jury having come into court. Judge Hayes said that, however much t
14 March 1865 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland