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DIVISIONS.

DIVISIONS.

Division WATBaroau—Consisting the Baronies Kileulliheon, Middlotbird, faultier, and Uppertbird, and that part the Barony Dodos Without Drum, consisting of tho Parishes of Rossmirc. Kilbarrymesdon, and Monksland. and that part the Parish Newcastle, consisting of the Townland and
8 July 1874 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
PILOT COMMITTKB.

PILOT COMMITTKB.

The Committee reported the pajmeat 5 12s. They had also during the month under consideration the case the schooner “Jaiocs Alexander/* iu reference the claims for outside pilotage, and was decided that on her return to tho port the committee should investigate the case. The case
15 July 1874 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY KILKENNY.

COUNTY KILKENNY.

I Auction of Hones, Cows, Sheep, Pigs, Hew and Old Hay in Biot. »«• SOLD auction, TUESDAY, l«tt JuLT, I SNOW HILL. fawdlroctions JoHEim Power, Esq., J.P, 1 n*o i« going on the continent, the undermootiunod valuable property Prime Brood Ewes, Fat Shoop, 45 Irfimbs, Highly-Bred Ka
4 July 1874 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WATERFORD STANDARD SATURDAY MORNING JULY, 4th IBT4. MELANCHOLY CASE OF DROWNING.

THE WATERFORD STANDARD SATURDAY MORNING JULY, 4th IBT4. MELANCHOLY CASE OF DROWNING.

Galway, Friday—At early hour this morning Mr. Peter Ward, brother of Dr. Ward, the newly-elected MJP. for this city, was drowned while bathing at Blackrock., His brother risked his own life to save him, and succeeded by diving in bringing him alive to shore, but he diedm few min
4 July 1874 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
this was privileged see. It was laid out upper room of the Thakor’s Psilacc, and was escorted to see it

this was privileged see. It was laid out upper room of the Thakor’s Psilacc, and was escorted to see it

by several Ministers auto. I Never in Ufo did I see such a sight. Ihorc wore huge shawls, clothes, scarfs, mantles, counterpanes, and handkerchiefs silk, embroidered moat elaborately, and stiff with gold and silver thread work. Hero was a shawl from I Benares, with gods in gold
4 July 1874 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
WATERFCU) A THAMOBE

WATERFCU) A THAMOBE

THAMOBE Week Dag Tr*hu. II lam | b Waterford. « OJI Tranaore.. 9 15111*30 I | « j 1 pwl pto u>,p m h m b aih in b a 12 15 *8 o 4 0' 534 15« 0 .. I 4 30, *8 O’! 830 .. Sunimg Trefne. , I , I | "d » 1 • «* I » lam atajpm|pm p»|s» lh mb talk mlb m mha* ra IS 30j 4 30,5 630 li » »' »
1 July 1874 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
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1 July 1874 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
SINGULAR TRIAL IN FRANCE.

SINGULAR TRIAL IN FRANCE.

SINGULAR TRIAL FRANCE. highly dramatic trial has just concluded before Assize Court Chalous-sur-Saono. Tho accused party, M. Lacroix, was indicted for manslaughter. He tho sou of retired judge, the owner of Souozau, tho ancestral seat the les. where leads tho life of country gent
1 July 1874 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
BOOK BIV DIM Q.

BOOK BIV DIM Q.

William Sutherland, BOOKBINDER. * 3, Nkw-Sxhskt, Waikkfokd, Established 1830. Execute Every Description of Bookbinding. Music, Magasiues, Periodicals, Ac., Bourn* UouciuTs T*w*«c Tho Laws of Life are written upon the face Nature. The tempest, whirlwinds, and thunderstorms bring
18 July 1874 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, LADY-LANE, WATERFORD.

COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, LADY-LANE, WATERFORD.

PRIVATE PUPILS can attended during the Summer from an early hour in the Morning till 10 ©‘Clock, when the mid-day classes begin. the Evenings to 8 o’clock, when the night class This claas shall continued till the Ist August, and reopened on the Ist September. Terms for Private P
18 July 1874 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland