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NAVAL AND MILITARY APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS.

NAVAL AND MILITARY APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS.

NAVAL AND MILITARY APPOINTE'lENTS AND PROMOTIONS. .I (By Freeman Special Wire.) (From Last Night's Gazette.) Admiralty, 14th July, '74. TNIrJbhn Lnksbury has this day been promoted to the rank of Chief Enrgineer in her blajesty's Flect, with seniority of 12th July, '74. Admiralty
18 July 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOME DISEASES OF THE DIGESTIVE ORGANS.

SOME DISEASES OF THE DIGESTIVE ORGANS.

| SOME DISEASES OF Td DIGESTS .1~ I .ORGANS. The digestive organs of cattle heep are ,very complicated, much more s6, in factthn those of thehOrSe. the ?? of human being. They are accordingly subjected to Marty and various diseases whichiprove exceedingly harass- ing to the anima
16 July 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONETARY INTELLIGENCE.

MONETARY INTELLIGENCE.

' I DTJBLIN MONEY MARKET. Dublin, Thursday Evening. a he Bank rate of discount remains unaltered. Con- fole receded to.day J to i, and closed at 983 i . New Three per Cent. Stock mpde no move from 92i { , the closing price. India Stock was not purchased. Sellers at the last quota
17 July 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
suit iim» rsunu am kisnur.

suit iim» rsunu am kisnur.

SKIN DISEASES. Kotdiw, UlcOTted 8m Lcgi. CM Bont. Swelling* Olctn, Spot*. Pimp!-. J Bilew Cerbuncle*. Eingwomu, Bmnw Bore Kras ErjiipeU*. Iteb, ScnrCe. DUcoloration* the Skin, and Diaetae* Dia Skin of whatater name natofa, are literal!; carried not of the eyetam .hoc* time b* th
18 July 1874 - Kerry Evening Post - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
N I K I. Tin? weekly Petty were u*i l.ild >*. tord-iy. beiu'» u » .u aiui;Jauoe. OL'U E%Cl^. I

N I K I. Tin? weekly Petty were u*i l.ild >*. tord-iy. beiu'» u » .u aiui;Jauoe. OL'U E%Cl^. I

hftre been ioformed that the races will oflF on üboat the of September. It u stated tb»t the promoter* intend changing lbi'Bp>rta the I«Und. where they hare been he'd for yean, to place three miles away from the town.
15 July 1874 - Kerry Evening Post - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIPPING CASUALTY.

SHIPPING CASUALTY.

On Sitnrday morning » smack named 50 ton* register, the property of Mr. Utdiford, Tralee, left thi* port with »ho?t 50 ton* floor, also hi* property, on board, for Dingle and Cahcroi- Ztm. On Saturday night, when «ha abe struck on a rock, and filled and went down. TO* crow of th
15 July 1874 - Kerry Evening Post - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
REY EVENING POST. WEDNESDAY, JOLT 15. 1874

REY EVENING POST. WEDNESDAY, JOLT 15. 1874

EVENING POST. WEDNESDAY, JOLT 15. ipj the following fro® ‘t'* CoimopolUa* of »3» ' 9tii ioslatit V THE O-DOXOGHUE AS STATESMA. . Br D. B. Kellibf.r. With confidence I of the Editor oft politan, whose sjfmpatbte* bate always been »it re * the privilege of recoiding higl. apprecf l
15 July 1874 - Kerry Evening Post - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
MUD BLOM IN ITALY.

MUD BLOM IN ITALY.

Ftonnacs, SlLTURDAY.—Yesterday evening a crowd assembled in front cf the Town Hall. raining cries for a reduction in the price of bread. The crowd was dispersed by the police. but returned at midnight in inereasorl numbers. and only dispersed after the Riot Act bad been read. Ab
18 July 1874 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
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18 July 1874 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
-- -- MURDER IN BIRMINGHAM.

-- -- MURDER IN BIRMINGHAM.

Two youths were taken into custody on Monday afternoon by the Birminghtun police, charged with causing the death of another youth named Samuel J. Earl. From the statement made by a witness of the affair, we understand that the deceased was pushed into the canal by the prisoners,
17 July 1874 - Witness (Belfast) - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland