Deputy-Commissary D. R. RosE, Control Dep.t - ment, rejoined from leave of absence yesterday, uied will resume duty at the Castle this day. The three troops of the 6th (Inniskilling) Drag- ?? under command of ?tajor G. h. Billington, ' left Dublin on Tuesday, arrived at Dundalk
24 June 1875 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
The J`,ctcinan's wournal. An Isvenim, Editio ot f ?? Journal is published daily, at five o'clock. OUR London reporting staff has forwarded to us by special wire a very interesting report of the highly important debate on the Land Question in the House of Commons last night. Mr.
12 June 1875 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
BIRTHS, MAERTAQGESYgAND DEATHS. B I R T H S. BOC UN ?? runo 2, itt 1. Zion Cottago, Blackrock, tw.i? W;*K)w tilelae W. . Bouriles, M.D., ilala, *r a s i. I1&) Xl:) :'11;N--Tu , J t7 tn-'e Cottage, Cogry, the NV'i . s.1 - ?? I IsOtV bl~. a of advugi::gtor. cit v .t - ?? .1; ?? S--
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A\C "BN M 'P TU7ELT1 - iREISAMPTON I IVi 'AD VIMI DurrLrn, TUaSrDaY NIGHT. TN tle Court of Colmmon Pleas, this cveling (before Juial T. L.awrsonl. MIr. Groen, the -Mayorpf Wexford, aul I prprlictoi- of the I ICtra Int p dio got a Vict for 4£10 damages against Ewardaki, p.roprilet
I .- ?? Tire business of this court was resumed shortly after ten o'clock yesterday morning, in the Recorder's Court, Municipal Buildings, by J. H. OTWAY, Esq., Q.C. UNDEFENDED CIVIL BILLS. The Court was occupied during the greater part of the day in hearing undefended civil bil
C 01 RtSPON DENC1. PASSOVER IWINE. C TO THIE EDIrrOR OF THEe BELFAST NEWS-LEFTER. age S!i-I hlave read in your paper of the 1 Itl inst. tlic the speech of Dr. Watts, at a meeting of the ent iuet!eial Assembly in Derry, upon the subject of sc 'viemental vine. In that speech he pro
: Nw YORK;, Jusz 4.-The dedication of a new temple in this city by the Masonic fraternity on the 2nd marks an era in the history of Masonry in * America. The temple on Sixth Avenue, the dedication of which was the occasion of the grand parade, was begun several years ago, the fi
COURPT O1' C.OMM\ON PLEAS - TisRSDAY. ?? ?? SPECIAL Il>lORITER.] !Bcfore Mr. -Justice Kaocir and a Special Jury.] 1Al GELSTO\ V. IzEV. JAMES iB ltl;E'i-EXLXTI'L- 51MDINARY L11:EL CAMt: ?? hearing of this ?? ease was re- sumed, the court being crowvded as on former occa- r sions.