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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

I SPO1RTING INTELLIGENCE. LONDON BETTING.-YESTERDPT. h (By Freeman Special Wire). A fine morning doubtless induced many speculators I to visit Reading, and only a few members put in an i appearance at the chief resort.. For th6 Waterloo Cup E the namnes of Messrs. Jardine, Irving
8 January 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

iUBLIC- NOTICES"' GAS S AIO" i^X~itAP: COOOJNG T 3.TI)MV SON abd O*P :JAS CHANMELIERS AND . BJ&AOtAT 'A New and Beautiul Destl. 1 J. ED3IU WSON&40 .. ItfALL AND T VESTIBULYE GAS L&AP. LJt , i:.J. AMUNDSON =d COI SUS,,' IP4"P N.Od MEDIAZVAL UItTINE AND ClRiN0 ;LX' B~URNEM, ,! J, .
8 January 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

"4l ..II r 1 'SE, - nioq~~~LqIV . -. Ud _ ?? llyt~i " W "Oj:aos x At R SOIJTH HfiNG.SThbET, OITY OffVl!N.IEz' MM I-,her ID~~ 1 T'13 IJA9d ?? miM l aot Shopg, Stores, ii T ODTPT 3SNE .1XT;i uf AU- IS4AD*F. M& - In odroo'a us,, and CommereiffiWrohie, ?? *b P--Al PM ,-d; +A ~ToWe in
8 January 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE NEWS.

POLICE NEWS.

CUSTrODY COURT-YEsTZERDa4Y Y [Before J. C. O'DONNELL, Esq., R M.; and Dr. ?? AMUseBRy, J. P. ] Af Tz cases in this csurt to-day were almost all of a drunk and disorderly type. PARTY EXPRESSIONS. s John Horan was put forward, charged by Snb- It Constable John Magill With being dr
8 January 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEWTOWNLIMAVADY LAND SESSIONS.

NEWTOWNLIMAVADY LAND SESSIONS.

NEWTOWNLIMAVADY LkND SES31OSM. [FaoM OUR REPORTER,] W THot Court of Land Sessions for this division of the county was opened in this town yesterday, at half- re past ten o'clock, before J. C. COFFEY, Esq., Q.C., es Chairman of the County. it, ROBERT XERGCSOY, CLAIMANT; THE NVORSH
8 January 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEWTOWNARDS QUARTER SESSIONS.

NEWTOWNARDS QUARTER SESSIONS.

[FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] I NEWTOWNARDs, WEDNESDAY. . X This morning, at ten o'clock, ROBERT JoHNsIror, ( Esq ,Q C,, Chairman of County Down, took his seat in the Court Hoase, Regent Street, and re- sumed the hearing of the civil cases. COWANV V. BELFAST AND COUNTY DOWN RAILWAY,
8 January 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JDuNVILLB Co. • 8 .. '3 old i&iau wHisrr, BBLFIST, Of Mnie quililt m that •upplied to the TIOKAL Of

JDuNVILLB Co. • 8 .. '3 old i&iau wHisrr, BBLFIST, Of Mnie quililt m that •upplied to the TIOKAL Of

now Uw HOUSE LORDS, Uieqwnlrtj « «nd the Fineet Knoeb Bnody. hod te Wood Bottle, from JOHN ft 808 8, Orocero and WineMerehoAto, Comer fort and DonegoU Slreeu. Belfaet
8 January 1874 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHBOMO^WATEE^DRAWINGS,

CHBOMO^WATEE^DRAWINGS,

CHBOMO^WATEE^DRA WINGS, LATED SILVER LIQUEUR STAND, ELECTRO PLATED SPOONS, FORKS. Ac. We have bean favoured with instruction* to SELL AUCTION, the entire HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, No. 4. WILMOST TERRACE, Road, on THURSDAY, January, 1874, at ELEVEN o’clock, cofflpruiog the following:—
8 January 1874 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRIAL OF TUB CLAIMANT.

TRIAL OF TUB CLAIMANT.

Tuseday. Dr. Kamaiy dealt with Mr. Oosford's eridwice, observing that should not My about that witncM personally until be came to the third part hit subject. aekad the jury to bear mind that Qosford •poke under an extraordinary aaisias, which be attributed to a knowledge that wo
8 January 1874 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Phelan's centradicted esieh other, the defendant swearing ho reunted the money, and the brother that no one counted it but

Phelan's centradicted esieh other, the defendant swearing ho reunted the money, and the brother that no one counted it but

Mr Parkinson, who, strange to was not in WO' eyulenee alotut the trnanotion. The Chairman in said it would be a inenstious thing if the law was that,when a poor U gets &hind of mortgage over a plot of land, and tills the land on the streiegtli of it, the owner should ho allowed
8 January 1874 - Midland Counties Advertiser - Roscrea, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland