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§athsANd perambulators.

§athsANd perambulators.

The CHILD'S BATH, Lug* Size. 3 - 6 - fpHE SPONGE BATH, QB. OD. HIP BATH. Iga d. (Large and Durable.) SLOANE AND SONS, HOUSE FURNISHING IRONMONGERS, STEPHEN'S GKEEN. 2 All orders mutt accompanied by cash remittance. Tuesdays and Fridaya on Kingstown Line. NOFORTE3, TTAEPS, JJJTJS
27 May 1875 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR GLADSTONE AND THE LATE PRINCE CONSORT.

MR GLADSTONE AND THE LATE PRINCE CONSORT.

Mr Gladstone will contribute article ou tho Priuce Consort the Court of Queen Victoria, to the forthcoming number of the Contemporary Recieio. FREEMASONRY. The Eavl of Limerick will be in italic Qr Master of the Mark Degree in Freemasonry, Freemasons’ Tavern, on Tuesday evening
27 May 1875 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HUNTER’S SOLUTION OF CHLORAL.

HUNTER’S SOLUTION OF CHLORAL.

Dm certain remedy to ohtata rjw mripn DUCjEaC'. Mhn, peaceful, and refreehinf OJUHdBir. when the system is from any cause deprived of it.
27 May 1875 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BALE ON THIS DAY) FOB NON-PAYMENT OF RENT.

BALE ON THIS DAY) FOB NON-PAYMENT OF RENT.

BE SOLD BY AUCTION, For Non-parment of Bent, This Day (THURSDAY), 27th May, 1875, On the Premises, No. 28 PLEASANT STREET, The following good* under seizure, vis Feather beds, blankets, sheets, quite, Hair mattresses, Albert and French bedsteads. Pictures, tables, chain, chimney
27 May 1875 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EDWARD LEDBETTER, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, 11 ES3KX QUAY, DUBLIN, Begs to intifcate to customers the public geuernJlj that he coattantiy

EDWARD LEDBETTER, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, 11 ES3KX QUAY, DUBLIN, Begs to intifcate to customers the public geuernJlj that he coattantiy

supplied with a large and varied stock first class V.*at-ohe?. Clocks, and Jewellery, An. wkiok Is prepared to offer at very moderate prices. N.B.—Particular attention paid to rtfcairs of Watches, Cloaks, and Jewellery. Clocks wound the year per contract. Please note address II
27 May 1875 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MILITIA.

THE MILITIA.

Mr G HARDY gave notice that Monday he will bring bill to consolidate and amend certain laws relating to tho militia. AGRICULTURAL CHILDREN’S ACT. Lord SANDON, reply to Mr Kay Shuttle, worth, said tho Agricultural Children A- had only been operation four mouths, and.:. ....urinat
7 May 1875 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN. FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1875.

DUBLIN. FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1875.

Mr. A. M. Sullivan may congratulate the success which has attended his effort* in the cause of the Press. Though the re* tions between journalists and the House Commons still remain undefined, there is vei? little likelihood that reporters will ever again called upon'to withdraw
7 May 1875 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH TIMES, FRIDAY, MAT 7 1875.

THE IRISH TIMES, FRIDAY, MAT 7 1875.

Maguire, Margaret Quin, Admor T Going, Jones and others. After Sales. J from yesterday; J M'Carthy, do: Stirling, do; J Dooley, do. Doom, Examiner. J Bonrke, rental; Jobs Campbell, do. Mr Urlin, Examiner. Twelve o’clock. John Mason, final vouching. Mr M’Donndl, Examiner. Campion
7 May 1875 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GREAT BRUNSWICK-STSEET.

GREAT BRUNSWICK-STSEET.

PEBXISSION- OF THE PHILHARMONIC SOCIETT M. ALPHONSO DUVERNOY the honour of announcing that purposes holding A PIANOFORTE RECITAL, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 18th, At Three o’clock. maybe had the Music Warehouses: —Messrs and Co ; Messrs Cramer and Co, Westmorelandebtet, and Messrs P
17 May 1875 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PUBLIC NOTICES

PUBLIC NOTICES

LACE— “You remember first tarn right after leaving town passed there several times bat never saw you but once, and you tfid not seem inclined to speak much, you have grieved ; jou are forgiven a thousand limes over. /‘'IHAKLIE--! will go down first train Monday moraine ; will yo
17 May 1875 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland