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twelve cattle desler. brat aot an huh acquainted with the of the diarist. led teeal se active part I. the ollsed. for Mr the I waa employed by • aim named Lemard, on behalf of Mr Dome. Laniard and his livid la Tallyalltr. near and in the county Lank about sixteen miles from Duads
2 July 1874 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
_ BILLIARD TABLE FOR BALL A BARGAIS• --- BE ROTA • Rest-clean PILLTAIM FABLEs I. toll au Slate Inclotrobbr Cualnumo

_ BILLIARD TABLE FOR BALL A BARGAIS• --- BE ROTA • Rest-clean PILLTAIM FABLEs I. toll au Slate Inclotrobbr Cualnumo

the Of a G ent l em an having no ass tor it. For inspection and priest apply to E. COITIM I Sox.
2 July 1874 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
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WORKS. RATHWIRE, KILLIIC AN. RICHARD PRICE T A ,T. E . S u t r b . i n s w o x pta t. t n . if . Y :o f s k ing a o n n u b s part to Merit itdi:rfum2tedilfolriethat p beni asi. t ou . and to the g,ntry and f ,rraera of Oat. and adjqiWng co,tnt:es, tbat he is now prepaeol to reo
2 July 1874 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
DIED. At B arbavills House. an Illness et two days. Mr king. who during 27 in that Inouvehold. had deservedly

DIED. At B arbavills House. an Illness et two days. Mr king. who during 27 in that Inouvehold. had deservedly

retained the warn regard. setneru. and confidence of the Isaily, by whom he ul I now dveply lamooted 27th. in certai• hope of • glorious immortality. Benjamin youngest and so, oh B. wataon. MuHiner.
2 July 1874 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

WZI•NlaD111. — SeriOUS disturbances occurred 'yesterday :between the troops and the people. Iswenty-five of the latter were wounded. The elections commence to-morrow. and more serious disturhanccA are expected. Two hundred colliers resumed works at Undone this morning after • se
2 July 1874 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LOUTH LIBEL CALL

THE LOUTH LIBEL CALL

The hearing of ibis was raru — ta - Tod at halfpast ten o'clock on Tuesday morning. As on the preceding days the was crowded during the day, and one of the galleries warn occupied with ladies. Mr. Robert Warren Meade, whose egaimiaation had been closed on the previous evening. s
2 July 1874 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
mg% MARRIAGES, & DEATHS. pARLEI—Juite 28th, at 7,28. VeseiVernsee, Stir th e wife of Homy Warren Dailey, Req., of 6

mg% MARRIAGES, & DEATHS. pARLEI—Juite 28th, at 7,28. VeseiVernsee, Stir th e wife of Homy Warren Dailey, Req., of 6

b6MiS 6 r. LAWSON—JIMC tv, Grosvenor erement, Ler asa the wife of Sir Wilfrid Lawzoe, Bert., ICP, of j;io al a i l ie J r iute at 20, iderriomstroct, of Hubert H Moore, FRCS 1, of a daregfr g4tI4BELL On the 28th alt, at 8, Rieborailwove, Belfast, the nife Col T Mammon, Albert's)
2 July 1874 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
T HE LATE FIRE. NOTICE. J. P. EVANS AND COMPANY Dog to tbaz Customers and the Public that during tho

T HE LATE FIRE. NOTICE. J. P. EVANS AND COMPANY Dog to tbaz Customers and the Public that during tho

RE-BUILDING OF THEIR PREMISES Business will be Conducted as usual in their IMPLEMENT STORES, OFF CATHERINE STREET, At the core of the Burnt Premises, .m.l in the Concerns lately occupied by lIR. KIERAN, GEORGE STREET. Limerick, 29th June, 1874. 4510
2 July 1874 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FLEECE WOOL. IF ()ROWERS WILL CALL AT PET ER KENNEDY'S WOOL STORKS, 6, POPE'S QUAY, THEY WILL IT TO THEIR

FLEECE WOOL. IF ()ROWERS WILL CALL AT PET ER KENNEDY'S WOOL STORKS, 6, POPE'S QUAY, THEY WILL IT TO THEIR

ADVANTAGE. 3616
2 July 1874 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TzsrimoslAL TO THE VERY REV. FRANCIS L CANON CASE?, P.P.. DDEMANWAY. TIRE Very Rev. Canon having been 1 appointed P.P..

TzsrimoslAL TO THE VERY REV. FRANCIS L CANON CASE?, P.P.. DDEMANWAY. TIRE Very Rev. Canon having been 1 appointed P.P..

of Dunmanway, hie late Parishioners and personal friends, among whom he laboured so zealously for sixteen years. dr sire to present him with some mark of atm, tionato respect before his departure amongst them. At rt Preliminary Meeting it was deebled to hold a Oeneral Meeting of
2 July 1874 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland