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The great lock-out the mining district* (till continues, but we are glad to see there is erery probability of the

The great lock-out the mining district* (till continues, but we are glad to see there is erery probability of the

dispute being settled arbitration between the ironmasters and their workmen. Lord Stanley, Lord Elcho, and other noblemen who understand the matter, offered their service* to act as arbitrators, and deal out justice to both sides. A very promising proposal was made Saturday at a
8 April 1865 - Skibbereen & West Carbery Eagle; or, South Western Advertiser - Skibbereen, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PARLIAMENTARY JOTTINGS.

PARLIAMENTARY JOTTINGS.

Thb Committee of Inquiry now sitting to int*l® appointments mads by the Lord Chancellor is attracting much atten“On. Nothing has been formally disclosed at present, but Lord Westbury was under examination during the whole of Friday; and it has been asserted that some very awkwar
8 April 1865 - Skibbereen & West Carbery Eagle; or, South Western Advertiser - Skibbereen, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND.

THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND.

The following telegram has been received from General Cameron: Hostilities commenced in Whangura district on the 24tb January. Lieutenant-General Cameron advanced with a force of men towards Whaitolva river. On the same day a skirmish took place with the rebels in posting picket
8 April 1865 - Skibbereen & West Carbery Eagle; or, South Western Advertiser - Skibbereen, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
JJYAM’B RIBBED SUITS.

JJYAM’B RIBBED SUITS.

8 April 1865 - Ulster Gazette - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
DUNDALK STEAM-PACKET COMPANY. (LIMITED.) STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN DUNDALK. NEWRY, AND LIVERPOOL, ALSO BETWEEN NEWBY AND GLASGOW, VIA AKDROSSAN. FOR THROUGH

DUNDALK STEAM-PACKET COMPANY. (LIMITED.) STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN DUNDALK. NEWRY, AND LIVERPOOL, ALSO BETWEEN NEWBY AND GLASGOW, VIA AKDROSSAN. FOR THROUGH

FARES AND RANGEMENTS, aud for General Conditions of Shipment, see Monthly Handbills of the Company. Passengers. Goods, and Cattle conveved MODERATE THROUGH FARES and RATES, to and from Principal Towns England. APRIL, 186 5. t iie fleet of the com- -* PANY PRESENT con- SIST the f
8 April 1865 - Ulster Gazette - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
IEELAND3 DESTINY.

IEELAND3 DESTINY.

Friday evening meeting in connection with the United Protestant Young Men’s Mutual Improvement Society was held llio large room of the Tontine to hear a lecture on this mibjoct from Hot. Honrjr Hoivl-r. of Holywood. •! r0..0. Oir'i < . y nh-.icr. dwir. Aflor ■ , ' Kov. -dr Carro
8 April 1865 - Ulster Gazette - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE RLSCTRO PLAT/

THE RLSCTRO PLAT/

Comilla of ‘OO6OO, Meek : entree mid vegetable &Owe dish corers, ia - varieties; MOP, seem and teretable tereone ; kettles, with hare sad stands ; kettle., wita.ot lamps ; Is. ens, tee sad coffee equipper:, of thirty Merest demd, ; ligeeer man ter, for I or 3 .iirtentrie ; cruet
8 April 1865 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LIMERICK CHRONICLE• SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 8, 1865.

THE LIMERICK CHRONICLE• SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 8, 1865.

OUTFITTING DEPARTMENT . AND CO. naaracTITLLY solicit &Nestles to their SPRING ARRIVALBfor this Daranvirsirr. to of every No m ay e learkels. Fran Use lengthened *sputum of their we sad DI W. T. sod On feel ju.tifted in warranting to Gentlemen who paisseine Asa, perks,. dos in Fr
8 April 1865 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH CHURCH ESTABLISHMENT.

THE IRISH CHURCH ESTABLISHMENT.

({loll TEL PALL MALL °Awn). The Tones has published two leading articles on the !rah Church debate, which afforded a good illustration of one of the must conspicuous weaknesses of journal. ism. The first article was published the morning after the debate. In a rollicking way it
8 April 1865 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland