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29 May 1875 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AN OFFICIAL DISPUTE.

AN OFFICIAL DISPUTE.

(says a London correspondent) that the relations between the Telegraph service and the Post °files Savings Bank are still far from satisfactory. It will be recollected that when the gr Nit scandal about the manipulation of the savings bank funds oozed out, Parliament in a hurry
29 May 1875 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TIPPERARY ELECTION PETITION.

TIPPERARY ELECTION PETITION.

[rasa ona coarasoinsaat.] Dublin, Wednesday Evening. The points reserved by Judge Keogh, at the trial in Clonmel, came before the Court of Common Pleas, Dublin, to-day, namely was Mitchel disqualified, as being an alien and a felon; further, whether the resolution of Parliament
29 May 1875 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
kiebhig Moots, ••atinared 4:4Raton*, wright were , Tipliev•his iiilFrill 7

kiebhig Moots, ••atinared 4:4Raton*, wright were , Tipliev•his iiilFrill 7

kiebhig ••atinared 4:4Raton*, wright , 7 _ , .iad Mom. and Wein-9 In, lint do little else than . Va. Deeesead woe eenaible at r i ,„,,...d ___...,. iitzh i er time. he raving in It appeared that the . , ' also bit 17 'hasp and hii to Maxon, and three . . Lawton, of Cawthorn., all
29 May 1875 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
**l ' pimp pordpmfa _ Said at – e yreig was pub Biddies," 'Oen state -men!. 4. atqat half-paseinOt ‘s left Denlitix oalled rthril with "ripoa, silerflab

**l ' pimp pordpmfa _ Said at – e yreig was pub Biddies," 'Oen state -men!. 4. atqat half-paseinOt ‘s left Denlitix oalled rthril with "ripoa, silerflab

' pordpmfa _ Said a t - e yreig pub Biddies," state - men!. 4. atqat half-paseinOt ‘s left Denlitix oalled rthril "ripoa, silerflab Alebsd Ota‘e4,. %,ehazir,.s.ol.oll ,4 111101111F,' - r votepA_ Yirr24%ey h severe pains in his la lately. The ohild died ) 'Alertly afterwards. i"Pi
29 May 1875 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
<s =chit line merohikr 'Omit / Fie fined him naprboncletit•

<s =chit line merohikr 'Omit / Fie fined him naprboncletit•

<s =chit line merohikr / Fie fined him naprboncletit• accomplished hoar imd 36 minute; lees time than was provided for ins wager. Wilasnoslamimmilindmm. velocipsdlet thitioieffttental Herat!, Ade the frOlk 13ri .:by wiy of r • otte, Pont-a.)/onssop,' stgr awry, to Loziep t distan
29 May 1875 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FEMALE SUFFRAGE.

FEMALE SUFFRAGE.

The lady supporten of female suffrage, though somewhat discouraged by the debate which took place in the House of Commons en the second reading of the Women's Suffrage Bill, have determined to answer the speeches delivered on that occasion. The replies are ant to be in the shape
29 May 1875 - Belfast Weekly Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
KINGSTOWN INTELLIGENCE.

KINGSTOWN INTELLIGENCE.

Kingstown, ItondaY Night. . EvnsrowN Por~cr.-The business before the court consisted of thirty-two charges, twenty-six of which were fordrunkenness, twenty-two summonses. and' two remanded cases. There were no important r cases. 1lKciNoerTWN CoMuissioNEris.-The monthly meet-. in
4 May 1875 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1875.

DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1875.

scae cefrem 'f ntxm l. tss~ - .- - .- -- -- - -- - -- - -- - D--BLIN: WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1876. ?? ?? _ . . ^ ^ .. ?? ?? ?? . ?? An Evening Edition of the Freeman's Jourtnal is published daily, at five o'clock. YESTEReDAY afternoon the Peace Preservation Act was read a third time
12 May 1875 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHIONS FOR MAY.

FASHIONS FOR MAY.

In allnding to the beautiful toilettes designed for this season, Le Fillet says the lovely colours and delicate materials selected owe their great degree of elegance to the tasteful way in which they are combined and arranged, more than the primary cost of the fabrics themselves
4 May 1875 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland