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HOTELS,5 BRESLIN'S ROYAL MARINE EL *IlAY. MR. GOODMAN (PoarnrerlyPartner and Mianagerof the Shelbonine Hotel; Stephen's-green, Dublin) 6 I P 'irs to inform his kind friends and patrons and the public generaslly that lie is nowv Sole Prtoprietor of: 'HE ROYAL, 31ARINE HOTEL. RAy,
5 June 1875 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KINGSTOWN INTELLIGENCE.

KINGSTOWN INTELLIGENCE.

KINGSTOWN INTELLIGEN7CE. . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ - Kfiugtown, Friday Night. CHURCH Or ST. MICHAEL'S TiOl'IPTAL DosPEr. SeRY.-The Rev. Monsignor M'Cabe, P.P., will deliver the annual charity sermon in St. Michael's Church, Kingstown, on Suiiday next, at midday service, when a collection will
5 June 1875 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DROGHEDA UNION—YESTERDAY.

DROGHEDA UNION—YESTERDAY.

DROGHIEDA UNION-YESTERDAY. (l:roiun our Rpiprtx) Thc ilia. ar nestth te Iotinr t the guardians of the Dogllhgda Unjuiowas heldi i the lonardroom yes- terdas 'iTbere was an un1sfially large attendimance, and suthX interest seemed to be'taken in the motion of Mr. Owren Mtackey in r
4 June 1875 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

AUCTIONS.; SALES BY AUCTION BY MICHAEL CROOKE, 10 LOWER ORMOND.QUAY. SALES THIS DAY (Friday). PROGRAMME OF IMPORTANT SALES XICMNSED AND OTHER LEASEHOLD INTERESTS, PROFIT RENTS, A ND BONDED GOODS, B - MI1CHAEL CROOKE, To take place eL THIS DAY (Friday), 4th .Tune, 1875, Commenuing
4 June 1875 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

LEGAL POSTINGS. NOTICE OF CHARPI"ABLE BEQUEST. NJOTICE is hereby givei that the Rev. PETER -N FRANCIS )'0FAHRELL,. fdrsnerly of the Cib- of Sydney, NewiSouth Walaes, Australla. lebe of No'. S3 ljin- . ster-road, Rathirines, i3' the' Comuty of Dublin, Roman Catholic Clergyman, dec
7 June 1875 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOME TELEGRAMS.

HOME TELEGRAMS.

(From our Correspondents.) THE O'CONNELL CENTENARY. Limerick, Saturday. At a special lodge meeting of the members of the Loyal Banks of the Shannon Lodge Independent Order of Oddfsllows ?? held within the current week for the purpose of appointing a deputation to attendat the ap
7 June 1875 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THURLES JUNE FAIR.

THURLES JUNE FAIR.

THURLE .JUNE FAIR . I (From our Correspondent.) The above colpbrated cattle, sheop, nud hbrae -fair, yras held on Tuesday. The suply'*ad npt entirely ad largo ae niual, but buying was more brisk for ai ddc6riptl~da with theexceptlon of bullockd, than for the .past severai fairs h
3 June 1875 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

?Afa?t ci-| (EN'T tiZISH3ED ANN-5O ?? n~ext - - -. -. BSELFA4ST: M5i~ONDADY, JUN-E 7, 1875, Ox Satulrday the Amierican tea~m, unider the -c immland of Colo nel (u~iidersleeve, left 5x en' Y~orl; 5Kt fist Irelandt. The "'Eight'' co3me in the City of n} a Chester, one of' tile fa3s
7 June 1875 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

*CRIC'KET. ULS'IER (C.. v, WOLFHILI, ?? Tots matchl was played at Prospect ?? andl resultedl in an unslatisfactory draw. Althou gh the rain, whlich fell withoult intermliwsin do. ll thle entire evenling, migrht huave dampedl the ardentofr° the most enthulsiastic crickeeter, both
7 June 1875 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
bAD AND FATAL ACCIDENT IN DERBY. [rum ova eowerottome.] Deny, Wawa:W. Ax snidest of a most melancholy sad fetal Ware

bAD AND FATAL ACCIDENT IN DERBY. [rum ova eowerottome.] Deny, Wawa:W. Ax snidest of a most melancholy sad fetal Ware

conned hen this nraning about eleven o'efock. The panic:ohms of the cue are as follows,—Cue of the met reepeotable and respected of the legal yectesslos this city or neighbourhood, James Hayden. Erg. solicits, who Urn a few mike oat of town, drove into the oisy this morning, sad
3 June 1875 - Ulster Examiner and Northern Star - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland