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LORD LYTTELTON ON THE TEMPERANCE MOVEMENT.

LORD LYTTELTON ON THE TEMPERANCE MOVEMENT.

LORD LYTrELTON ON TIF, TEIPERANCE MOVEMENT.I A eoNFERZYNcS was held at Stourbridge in farther ance of the objects of the Church of England Tem. perance Society, which was inaugurated at Lam- beth Palace last year. Lord Lyttelton presided at the Conference and also at a meeting wh
4 September 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
METROPOLITAN GOSSIP.

METROPOLITAN GOSSIP.

1 (FROM OUR LADY CORRESPONDET.t] LOND0Y, SEPTEMBER 22 ;: JUSr at prezent, when the visit of the Premier Ballast is looming in the distvace, all small partien. lars connected with himn, petsonal as well as political, I ought to be collected and sifted for the benefit of - his futr
25 September 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

BRISTOL MIEETING-YZSTESDA?. [IrzliAL aND OBDWAI!Y TflEGULA,1 Thu St. Phillips Welter Handicap- Phosphorl- 1; Emerald, 2; Aslideld. 3. Four ran. Ti e Scarry We~ter Plate-Saccharine walked ovEr. The Royal Cup-Louiec, 1; Pageamt, 2; Chivalrous, 3. Ten ran. The Clif on Cup-Blenheim,
25 September 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROFESSOR TYNDALL.

PROFESSOR TYNDALL.

PROFESSOR TYNDALTA As we have already said, Professor Tyndall has just publlihed the famtous address delivered by him at 13Eiiset. This noW edition differs in many eseen- tial characteristics from the address as originally reatl For example, the original version contained towardu
25 September 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUPERSTITION AMONG MINERS.

SUPERSTITION AMONG MINERS.

SUPERSTl17'YON AMONG NIINEPS, TaIRs has been I La odd commotion among the miners employed in the collieries at Bedworth, in North Warwvickshira. This time, at least, the oh. turbanue did not atise from any vexed qneetion of wages, or hours of h bour; nevertheless, *,nct M. day ma
25 September 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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THE LATE MAYO ELECTION.

THE LATE MAYO ELECTION.

TO THE EDITOR OP TRE PREEkA. Mayo Telegrgph, Castlebar, 18th Sept., 1874. w ,SiR-In your issue of to-day appears a letter from al Archbishop MacHale relative to the Mayo Election, in B( which he states that there was no foundation for the tl assertion made in the Mayo Telegraph
21 September 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

I SPORTING INI'MLLIGEAWV. f ?? ,I CORK PARK RACES. ?? TltOlPAM. (FroQt ooit Cotres odent.) Cork, Sunday Night. Already tle city on the Lee is becoming crowded, and the various traini arrivitg here this evening brought large contingents, so that the hotels are quickly filling up.
21 September 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

HOUSES AND LANDS. ^s~ ws.. ?? ?? ?? ?? IMPORTANT VALUABLE INVESTMENT HQUSE TO BE LET. M. KELLY has determined on retiring from busi- ness, and will Let his Concerns in Ardee, in which he has carried on a large and most respectable General Drapery and Millinery Trade for upwards o
23 September 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTHtb. BRENNAN-August 28, at Carrick-on-Shannon, the wife of P. J. Breunan, Esq., of a son. COOKE-September 1, at 24 Longwood-avenue, Mrrs. Geo, Cooke of a son, stillborn. DAVIS-August 29, at 37 Rosewood-street, Belfast, the wife of Mr. R. H. Davis of a daughter. HUNTER-August
2 September 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONETARY INTELLIGENCE.

MONETARY INTELLIGENCE.

MONETARY INTELLIENCE. - DUBLIN MONEY A . 1 Dublin, londay Evening. Censol to' y *ere 1-16 10w0t at 919 :, and C sloaed without change. 3Neow Threes made no move C for cash or a the close from 901 1, but for account Gi and new account were fractionally better at 91, - N India Stoc
29 September 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland