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MR. GLADSTONE AS A FORCE.

MR. GLADSTONE AS A FORCE.

MR. GLADSTON1E AS A FORCE. Thrift is the vice or virtue not of the feeble, but ot the strong-of Scotchmen and Prussians, not of Poles and South Americans. That is one power which the country is about to throw away, and there is another as valuable as that. Of all the heavy diffic
10 February 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TREATMENT OF THE DEAD.

THE TREATMENT OF THE DEAD.

ITfVE TREATMENT OF TEM D -. TO THE EDITOR OF TEB FBEENA-. Six-In these days of general improvement, when men are trying to render nearly every mechanical appliance as perfect as possible, and when general sanfitary measures are being enforced by law, there is one subject which de
12 February 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE HEATING OF HORTICULTURAL BUILDINGS.

THE HEATING OF HORTICULTURAL BUILDINGS.

THE. HEATING OF HORTICULTURAL BUILDINGS. This is a sublject of very great importance at the present time, as the extreme high price of fuel has c made the heating of such structures a very expensive affair. Any invention which tends to- lessen the cost I of fuel must be hailed as
14 February 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

I LOXXDON BETTIMNG,-YEBSTRbAy. (By Freemnao Special Wire.) - Piercingly cold weather kept many of the most tpropilnent members in town aud the hose~n resorts were fairly attended. Offers of 7 to 1 w~ere pleitiful against Min Hemming's nomination, and all the money available at 1
11 February 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE UTILISATION OF WASTE STEAM.

THE UTILISATION OF WASTE STEAM.

- - - -- - - Mr. Spence recently exhibited to a distinguished audience at Stafford House a plan by which he pro- poses to employ the heat of waste steam as a substitute for fuel. This method is founded upon a discovery made by the father of the inventor, and announced by him to
13 February 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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PARIS CORRESPONDENCE.

PARIS CORRESPONDENCE.

I PARTS CORRESPONDENCE. lo (From our Correspondent.) Paris, Wednesday. One of the most highly-gifted of the writers of of the century has passed away. Michelet died on e- the 9th of this month at Hyeres. Ee belongs to c- that class of writers who were the apologists of ~d the wor
13 February 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

AUCTIONS. LAST DAY OFSALE, T'i S DAY.(Friday). (MPORTANT TO THE NOBILIT11, GENTRY, be, Sale of Superior Gold and Silver Electro-plrted Ware, Ivory-handled Table Catlery, 'be. J OHN BURKE respeotfully announces that he WILL SELI BY AUCTION, At his Great Roonrs, . 14 UPPERSACKVILLE
13 February 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, FEB. 11, 1874.

DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, FEB. 11, 1874.

lhe 4reemlfl'0 ouraI. ?? ?? stt AflS ?? ?? DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, FEB. 11, 174. - .- - - - - - - - - - - - - - -ssfiss s An Evening Edition of the Freeman's. Journal is published daily, in time for post,. containing all the last Etme and Toreign Telegrams, Stock anid Nhara Lists, Mar
11 February 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A. OILBEY—WINES AGENT 1' from whom Nino Bottles or larger quantities can be obtained. WILLIAM MAYNE, Orneer, Ae., NEWTOWNARDS. The

A. OILBEY—WINES AGENT 1' from whom Nino Bottles or larger quantities can be obtained. WILLIAM MAYNE, Orneer, Ae., NEWTOWNARDS. The

SHERRIES and the PORTS mentioned below have been selected by cotnparieon entirely on their own merits, without the least prejudice or interest in favour of either estate, or grower. The consumer will be able bp:mei:saris= to identify, with the gradual rise in price, the improve.
14 February 1874 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
 
FIRST DAY.

FIRST DAY.

The Cotner Dows Hum' Cur, presented by John Mulholland, Eaq., D.L, J.P., with 50 eon. in spode annually (of which the second horse will receive 5 son.), for horses boos irk the propene and in possession, from 15th December, 1873, of Subscribers of not lees than 10 son. to one, o
14 February 1874 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland