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BALLINZOBI UNION.

BALLINZOBI UNION.

BE of Geardiess of the Bellierohe A- Mike, will. at their to be held co TNVIUMT. the 11th stacw, 157L.omaldsr Tandem MAIO with Nueh year al the maderal as may be ria to be &limed ith "be free of Fos tutting sotress, hem Nth limes. to th Masco 1871, NEW MI. of the at pet Imperbil
1 March 1875 - Mayo Examiner and West of Ireland Agricultural and Commercial Reporter and Advertiser - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
CAffI'LRBAB UNION. ROTICS TO 111101MMS.

CAffI'LRBAB UNION. ROTICS TO 111101MMS.

CAffI'LRBAB UNION. ROTICS TO MHE rJUe wit at their Idastitle. to b. big.' It 12 woosk on the 13th Nance. fres jUoi willieg to for the *apply of liens% Weems', Boye' to the Work. hoses, for Twelve Months, the 13th MUCH, to the 13th Mance. 1876. Tenders to be in to me at or 12 e'Cl
1 March 1875 - Mayo Examiner and West of Ireland Agricultural and Commercial Reporter and Advertiser - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
ECONOMY IN OAS AND OIL. - TI SILBER LIGHT ra GAS, PETROLEUM. a COLZA LAMPS In VariMy. - A .

ECONOMY IN OAS AND OIL. - TI SILBER LIGHT ra GAS, PETROLEUM. a COLZA LAMPS In VariMy. - A .

M. MULLOT I SONS, honmongen, SHOP-STREET, WESTPORT.
1 March 1875 - Mayo Examiner and West of Ireland Agricultural and Commercial Reporter and Advertiser - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
• THE IRISH BOATS! - WHITE STAR LINE. UNITED STARS MAIL STEAMERS. tom Barthen. 11,000 Horse-power. Sailing from LIVERPOOL for

• THE IRISH BOATS! - WHITE STAR LINE. UNITED STARS MAIL STEAMERS. tom Barthen. 11,000 Horse-power. Sailing from LIVERPOOL for

NEW YORK every THURSDAY, From QUEENSTOWN (CONK) every FRIDAY, Forwarding Psseengers to all parts of the United States Canada. Returning from New York Saturday. The well-known fast Steamers of this Line, all eocatmeted by Messrs. HAMAN! and 01 Beilaat, as : From Liverpool vie Que
1 March 1875 - Mayo Examiner and West of Ireland Agricultural and Commercial Reporter and Advertiser - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BE2ITHS, MARIAGES, AND DEATHS.1 EB I R TB 8, i FEVFt ISf&TTAA-F, b 24. at 96. Eton Square, London, ?? ('ca-taOZS Of Feversham, of a daughter. LU',J\ A -- E 23 at 107. Lower Eagot Street, Dublin, :1- WKf of the htv. Frederick J. Lucas, B.D,, o' a K\Ei'k:} Feb 27, at Comber, the wi
1 March 1875 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RAILWAY PASSENGERS'

RAILWAY PASSENGERS'

ACCIDENTAL ASSURANCE COMPANY. Hon A. KINNAIRD, Charmnn.
1 March 1875 - Ulster Examiner and Northern Star - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
=Ere BLACK LEAD.

=Ere BLACK LEAD.

66 CILEANLTNE6S."—W. G. NUMB RE.' FINED BLACK LEAD in ck, for Polish nog Stoves and all kind. of Iron work equal to Sort ipbed steel, witbout waste or doe. Sold everywhere by all shopkeeper., is Id, 111, and Ped, blocks, and 1. bons. Ask for W. Ct. NIX EiFi BL it'll LEAD. and th
1 March 1875 - Ulster Examiner and Northern Star - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CLOSING OF PUBLIC-HOUSES ON SUNDAY DEPUTATION TO THE LORD LIEUTENANT.

CLOSING OF PUBLIC-HOUSES ON SUNDAY DEPUTATION TO THE LORD LIEUTENANT.

CLOSING OF PUBLIC-HOUSES ON SUNDAY. ]) EPUTATION TO THE LOiiD LIEU TENANT. [acerD OUR SPECIAL REPORTER ) Itic DuBLIN, SxTUnDvy. "a Ai; influential deputation, including the Lord M ye Mayer, the Archbishop of Dublin, the Dean of the all Chapel Royal, Sir Dominic Corrigan, the pres
1 March 1875 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NORTH TIPPER*RV

NORTH TIPPER*RV

[Before Mr. Baron Down.] Ntsiorr, F&idat. Tut trial Ibis cose was resumed ten o’clock this morn- ing, counsel for the prisoners, Martin and Miobsrl Bourke, being Messrs. Lover and Crean. Serjeant Armstrong, Messrs. Harris, Q.C., and O’Hara, Q.C . prosecuted. Bridget Hogan, exami
1 March 1875 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GERMAN AFFAIRS.

GERMAN AFFAIRS.

A B -vlin trlegraiu says i\i<- B.»b«p8 •ml Slrasbomg have refused to al uw the reading public prayers for ilic Eiup. ror Geriuaiiy without special orders from Pope.
1 March 1875 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland