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Advertisements & Notices

* RAILWAYSI jDMOTID GREAT WrSTERN RAILWAY ! WESTDIEATH RACES, At MULLINGAR, WIIT MONDAY, 25th May, 1874. On MONDAY, 26th May, 1874, 1 A- .SPECIAL PASSENGCER TRAIN wvill leave | ntodadtonS, Dubln, for Mlllingar, at 7.45 a.mn., carry- ' hir~ 2rd Clas Pasasen'ers, aa the icliowinlg
12 May 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

THE LATE YMR. W1M. D:NVILLE. Mr. William Dunvillo died on M'onday afternoon at his residence, Prince's Gate, Kensington. It is well kneotn to most of our readers that some four years niri a half ago .ar. Dliuville left Belfast to reside ill London. For yetars he Lie, found the wi
23 May 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

I . VESTMEATH STEEPLECHASES, (From our Correspondent,) , Mullingar, Monday, To-day these races were brought off over the New. brook course, when but a smal1 companywituessed the vsport. The day was charmingly fine, and the going, I taken for all aud all,fwes of no bad order. Th,
4 August 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KINGSTOWN INTELLIGENCE.

KINGSTOWN INTELLIGENCE.

] I~ ~~ ?? ffi Branch Office, 87 Lower George's.street. We have appointed Xr J. Howison our Kingsy town manager. Advertisements and business com- it munications will be despatched by him to the iS head office each night. _ Kingstown, Monday Night: le POLTOE.Mr. Barton presided to
4 August 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

?? A'T CTIL - -. Att oe -C1O*; Clt >nBne~t, Pemse., XO. 20 LINCJOLN.PLFACE.- -: IiAWLO HLL, AM) CO. BfS E~teand-'&neral Auction :Reono , No. 1 and 12' YVECLAWP OtQ TM DAY ersVddaF\, 14th Tuly, 1874, Tha lrt~reA in t titas of thit Fir-Class Bnsiges s H66ar' did P4imon, lNo.0 noIOL
14 July 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WRECK OF THE QUEEN ELIZABETH.

THE WRECK OF THE QUEEN ELIZABETH.

I 'l'l WRCK OF ''THE QUEEN ELIZABETH. | e. , a E Or - E-A LIB. By the arrival of the Peninsular and Oriental steam- ship Venetia, which left Gibraltar on the 18th inst., we have received particulars of the wreck of the British steamship Queen Elizabeth and the loss of 23 lives. I
25 March 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BALFE TESTIMONIAL COMMITTEE.

BALFE TESTIMONIAL COMMITTEE.

I BALFE' TESTIMONIAL COMMITTEE. This comnmittee met yesterday at the Mansion House. Sir J. Coghili presided. Amongst those present were-Mr. Nugent Robinson, City Trea- .surer, Mr N. Hutton, J.P.; Mr. H. A'Donnell. Hon. Sec. Mr George Mackintosh. Mr. Mi. O'Duf, Mi. I W. J. Halrvey
19 December 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NO MORE PILLS OR OTHER DRUGS.

NO MORE PILLS OR OTHER DRUGS.

I Any invalid can restore his health without medicine, in- co1u1enience, or expanse, by Do Barry Delicious Revplonta, .Arabica Food, wehic isless expensive but more nouiishluZ than meat, and eaves fifty times itscost tn mediclie. Twenty- eight years' invariable success ijr 78,01
19 December 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SHIPTON RAILWAY DISASTER.

THE SHIPTON RAILWAY DISASTER.

I THHE.tIrPTOIT BAIL WAY DISASTER. The Stend(lr sayS :-It appearstobe generally allowed thjat the fracture of the tine of a c "rriogs wheel was the imnmediite tauze of the terrible ra ?- wayv accident at Shiptou. On fnuh a point, it is strange to find that no distinct reference h
31 December 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VARIETME. THE COURT. £ O(*lborne, ?? The, Queen drove out in the afternoou w-ith the farcrhi'nuss - of Ely, the Hon Mary Pitt, and the Hon. France. DMi au- mennd; and her Majesty walked out this nuorniag l-itli Pn.r cess Beatrice. Lady Waterpark has succeeded the Marc
10 April 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland