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25 July 1874 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
25, 1874. mltm to support the cause which it represents by I < all and every means in our power.

25, 1874. mltm to support the cause which it represents by I < all and every means in our power.

• Keeolved —That person desirous of becoming bona fide member of this club can admitted ■ to the ranks except he formally renounces, before meotinn of the members assembled, the dangerous principles embodied in the Federal programmem adopted by the so-called Home Rule Conferenoe
25 July 1874 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
T H »■ I BI B H M_*JL

T H »■ I BI B H M_*JL

T »■ I M_*JL latest home and foreign news. Aeeme.l necessary. u r, i«. reduce been m>eat..l y .. Thursday week, ■ l ist C.)ttrt As>p«w- f* Tims*) U roiairk*blt! htr-n •'o P , h pruoner taeO. »“ Ptirii oorrißpoadent of 1 is;.!. It ll «« {r „ revi.lv r » this irraat maa'ifacturer l
25 July 1874 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
to encourage literature if they were but willing an'l anxious. Not able ! are they poorer now than they were

to encourage literature if they were but willing an'l anxious. Not able ! are they poorer now than they were

about and before 18IS 1 No, not think there any man who will vontuieto I that. Vet in thoie days Ireland had DiMtu Review and University \fayaxine, stood in the very lirst rank of literature. Where are they now Deported to London, anglicised, and fallen. Nor were these the solo
25 July 1874 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HABITUAL DRUNKARDS.

HABITUAL DRUNKARDS.

The Dublin aro putting the Act for dealing with habitual drunkards in force. Some our local dipso-maniaca havo been mulcted in smart tines, but wo have no faith this specie* punishment. Imprisonment without option of paying reckoning the police court is the only remedy—if there
25 July 1874 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Disorders'6f the Kidneys.

Disorders'6f the Kidneys.

all diseases affecting these organs, whether they too much or too little water, whither they l»e alhlated with stone or gravel, 01* with aches and pmiis ,-fctt’ed in the. loiiy ever the region thehidney?, these Pills should be token according to the printed directions, Holloway'
25 July 1874 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
**’ RES3 TR USE

**’ RES3 TR USE

25 July 1874 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
SHORTEST SEA PASSAGB.

SHORTEST SEA PASSAGB.

Firtt of thU Line are BELFAST for QUEBEC. BOSTON, or NEW YOUK, wery week, under;— ■ST PATRICK. Wednesday MANITOBAN, tnSh June 1R74 WAI.DKNSIaVj. June. 1874 CORINTHIAN - o.Vh ,874 PHfENICIAN June, 1«4 And every Wednesday Iheteafler during the season These fiord the ,honest tea pa
25 July 1874 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST AND BANGOR STEAMERS.

BELFAST AND BANGOR STEAMERS.

TUB Erin ami Palmerston will Sail between Belfast and Bangor {weather and other clrcnmttancoa per muting) as follows;—On Week-days—From Belfast a.ro., 12 noon, 3 p m., p.m., l 6.30 p.m. From Bangor 8 0.m., 8.45 a.m., 2.20 p.m., 4.45 m., and 7.30 p.m. On Sandajs~From Belfast 10 s
25 July 1874 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LARCENY OF LINEN.

LARCENY OF LINEN.

Michael Connor was arrested on suspicion of having been ono of a party with stealing a quantity of linen. man named Benjamin Smith proved that the prisoner was selling linen which had been stolen. The prisoner was remanded for farther evidence.
25 July 1874 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland