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HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE

HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE

OF WALES, And HIS EXCELLENCY THE LORD LIEUTENANT, Respectfully solicits an inspection of his Superb Stock of PIANOFORTES, HARMONIUMS, AND HARPS, By the most Celebrated Manufacturers, Which will be disposed of on terms advanUgoous t*
2 April 1869 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BOARD OF TARDE RETURNS.

BOARD OF TARDE RETURNS.

BOARD TARDE RETURNS. The Board of Trade returns for February show falling-off of £885,000, or 6 per cent., in ports, compared with February last year. The amounts arc, £13,485,000, against £14,340,000 in 1868. Tbe two months of the present year show increaae of about per cent, ov
2 April 1869 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
In re Patrick Winter, an Insolvent.

In re Patrick Winter, an Insolvent.

Dr. Beeds applied to-day before Ur. J nstice O'Brien in Chamber, for a habeag ccrput to bring up the insolvent, who is at present in the Four Courts Uarshalsea, before the magistrates of the Dublin district, for alleged forgery of bill of exchange. The insolvent, it appears, was
2 April 1869 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MAIL NEWS.

MAIL NEWS.

QuEß.ssrewN, This Day.—The steamship Cuba,” from New York, arrived here Gibraltar, March 30.— The Maasilia,” with the Bombay nail, left this port ta-day for Southampton.
2 April 1869 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PARTICULARS OP STOCKS AND IMPORTS OP

PARTICULARS OP STOCKS AND IMPORTS OP

PARTICULARS OP STOCKS AND IMPORTS Import Irish from June I Ditto for the past week Delivery of Irish for the past 1 65,187 63,157 169 week Stock of Irish at Wharves Price of Irish Imprt of Foreign from June l.| czclus.of American, cks. ...j 920,661 1,009,(54 Ditto for past week c
2 April 1869 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
rpHKATRE ROYAL, DUBLIN HARRIS .the honour announce the BNOAGEMBNI, for Twelve Nights only, of the »nd the Actress, Miss MILLY

rpHKATRE ROYAL, DUBLIN HARRIS .the honour announce the BNOAGEMBNI, for Twelve Nights only, of the »nd the Actress, Miss MILLY

PALMER. K>'Tirß.—The Doors will open future Seven o'Cioek. ani the performance will commence at Halfp.ft (seven. THIS EVENING (TUESDAY). April 13,1869, ■he rerf'i-manoe will commence with the celebrated I'rair.a, three seta, entitled NARCISSB. (hi* original character)... Mr Band
13 April 1869 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN CATTLE MARKET.

DUBLIN CATTLE MARKET.

The Special Cattle Train for Dublin. On WEDNESDAYS, Will be despatched in future from Shillelagh at am. Tinaliely, 11,35 a.in. ami from all other Stations half hour earlier than the present time. By order, E. W. MAUN SELL, Secretary. Harcourt street Terminus, lBth March, 1869. D
13 April 1869 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SESSION 1868*9.

SESSION 1868*9.

The Chemical and Metallurgical Laboratories are open daily (except Saturday), from Ten o’Clock to Four o’Clock, under the direction of Professor Galloway, for instruction in Qualitative and Quantitative, Analysis, Assaying. Ac. The Laboratory re opens on Monday, sth April. For f
13 April 1869 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHALLENGE PLATE AND OOLD MEDALS.

CHALLENGE PLATE AND OOLD MEDALS.

COB DITION BOF competition. —The plate or cups to he challenged every year at the spring cattle show of the Royal Dublin Society The holder of each to give security that it shall be forthcoming, and delivered to the Registrar, ten days before the commencement of the show ; to be
13 April 1869 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REVIEW OK THE BRITISH CORN TRADE

REVIEW OK THE BRITISH CORN TRADE

DURING THE PAST WEEK. The temperature of the past week has brought us a foretaste of summer, and liberated all *ege> tatioo from the suspense in which it was held the cold winds of March. The earlj wall-fruit and the pears, partially, have been cut; but more than enough buds hav
13 April 1869 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland