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A.M. t~.G. | OF ST. FRANCIS XAVIER, UPPER GARDINER-STREET. T Oa TO-MORROW (Friday), the slat July, ?? Feast of St. Ignatius of Loyola, Founder of the 8oeiety of Jesus, will be celebrated with due solemnity i the above Church. B High 3talss, at which the lo3t Rs~v. Dr. O'Connor 1i
30 July 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
METROPOLITAN GOSSIP.

METROPOLITAN GOSSIP.

iL'flOIjL LTAN GOSSIP. dUM DLr i LADP COXIZESPONDEINT j l~o: zn, JLLI. 21i. I o a.: ?? ?? ?? greda Bab'lo . lrs n: . 4. 1aT Itatnent, it is true, iB still itt- _nd7 the business of the country must be re*;t the Wcet FrI lqua'es arc gradually ?? :; 's r;.h Jur'e dthebuiru7iarevbei
29 July 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE.

BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE.

BlIT ISU ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCE. MEAN OF Sc1mNES. TnOE Loedon Cli'ic ha3 issued a programme of the -1th annual mreeting, which will commence in Bel. fast on Au nst 19th, and continue for o-e week, during which time there will be election of mem. bers and awsiciates, on condi
29 July 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

I POLICE INTELLIGENC2. I YESTERDAY. NOBTHERN DIVISION. (Before Mr. C. J. O'Donel.) 69iarge of Assanlt.-George Dunne, Bridgefoot-et., labourer, was charged with having violently assaulted a man named Moore in the hall of the house 60 Bar- rack-street. The prisoner knocked down the
31 July 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN CORPORATION WATER BILLS.

DUBLIN CORPORATION WATER BILLS.

| TO THrE EDITOR OF THE FREEMAN. Bray, July 28. Pim-In the report of the meeting of the Bray Com- missioners, on Monday, the 20th inst., by the Irish Times, it is stated, on the authority of the vice- chairman, that the amount paid for Vartry water at present is but £30 per annu
29 July 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUBSCRIBED

SUBSCRIBED

CAPITAL, £lOO,OOO. THE company receive Money on Deposit. .1_ Interest is payable half-yearly, on let January. and Ist July. The Company advance Money on the Security of Farms Cr Estates, and for the building or purchase of House and Business Premises. WM. SHEPHERD, Manager. Belf
31 July 1874 - Witness (Belfast) - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MA.RRIAGES.

MA.RRIAGES.

Cu It PAN E-HA —July 24,at the Magdalene Church, Belfast, by the Rev. E. J. Haruki:, Mr. Samuel Cochrane, to Jane, eldest daughter of the late John Hamilton, Nevaovmstewart. GRAIIIM—M 4 CLELLAND July 22, at Fitzroy Avenue Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Mr. Gamble, Mr. Thomas G
31 July 1874 - Witness (Belfast) - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TIIE 4.4OSPEL IS PREACHED.

TIIE 4.4OSPEL IS PREACHED.

ied avote sed pro. inreh rist ter, If one only considers the vast extent of ground to go over, it is perfectly amazing to think of the ample provision made for the religious wants of the people even in out-of-the-way regions Presbyterian missionary enterprise has overtaken almos
31 July 1874 - Witness (Belfast) - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SMYTH; CHILDREN AT CHURCH.

SMYTH; CHILDREN AT CHURCH.

SMYTH ; CHILDREN AT CHURCH. BISHOP KIP of California has issued to the laity of his diocese a pastoral letter on the evil of the absence of children from public worship. He says that the reply to the inquiry, "Where are the children is, that "they attend Sunday-school." He mourns
31 July 1874 - Witness (Belfast) - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CLERK.

CLERK.

John Whyte, forineTlir -- aerk in the Belfast Post -Office, who was convicted of the larceny of a letter containing the sum of one shilling, was next put forward His in passing sentence, said the prisoner's case was a very melancholy one, indeed, he having been fourteen or fifte
31 July 1874 - Witness (Belfast) - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland