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WALTER A. WOODS’ NEW IRON FRAME MACHINE

WALTER A. WOODS’ NEW IRON FRAME MACHINE

Has all tbe recent Improvements for this Season. We ,l y the above two Machines in Stock, believing them be most suitable for this County, Should our Friends and Customers require any other Maker’s Machines, we can procure them. (0 HAY MAKERS, Messrs. Howard, Kaneomes, Nicholsoh
18 August 1877 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY KERRY

COUNTY KERRY

FLAT AND STBKPLECIIASE RACES, TO BE HELD AT MOUNTHAWK, TRALEE, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, 11th and 12th SEPTEMBER. These Races will be run under the Turf Club and Irish National Hunt Steeplechase Rules. STEWARDS: Sir John Godfrey, John Hurly, Esq., F. B. Chute, Esq., John E. Leahy,
18 August 1877 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
E-nprftveil Hlnrirntirrs, Parterriß «ml Dlr«ri™» for SclfMersnrement will forwarded Post Free on application. Parcels mine TWO POUNDS and npwards are

E-nprftveil Hlnrirntirrs, Parterriß «ml Dlr«ri™» for SclfMersnrement will forwarded Post Free on application. Parcels mine TWO POUNDS and npwards are

forwarded Carriage pre-paid to any Railway Station in Ireland. Any Garment at any time within a mouth after purchase, if not worn or injnred.
18 August 1877 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
A DISGUISED KHALIF.

A DISGUISED KHALIF.

DISGUISED tall, grey-haired genlleinan, rims the story, lately went into of tint branch Rost Offices western region.— *»k*d some question relative the registering of « letter of one the girls at tendance, was answered manner which considered exceedingly sharp and rude. rep' s'ed
18 August 1877 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ■■ PO MAH'S FEIEHD,'

THE ■■ PO MAH'S FEIEHD,'

IS confidonlW recommended the public as an unfailing remedy for Wounds of every description for Ulcerated Sore Legs, oven if of twenty ye- rs standing ; Cuts, Barns, Scalds, Bruises, Chilblains, Scovbutic Eruptions, and Pimples the *’ aC€ »® or Inflamed Eyes, Soro Heads, Sore Br
18 August 1877 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTION

AUCTION

FETHARD, COUNTY WEXFORD. 01 Excellent Household Furniture, splendid now Sociable, Harness, new Donkey Spring Cor, Setter and Pointer Dogs, Air Gun, Ac. William Smith A Son have received instructions from Captain Palmer, R.A., who is going to reside iu Dublin, SELL BY , 1 at his
18 August 1877 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
BAILWAYS.

BAILWAYS.

LutPricc Southern DW Kilkeony Junction.... 15 Midland GreUWestern 11•'J W.fordaCentrallrcland Do. & Limerick.,., Do. & Tramoro .. 7} RAILWAY PREFERENCE Ot.Soulhem&VVea. Kilkenny JanetionS p c W.ford & Cent. Ire- land c Do. & Limerick 44 p c lOt-l Do. Do. c 51 Do,& TramoreOpe BAI
18 August 1877 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
In consequence of this the court dismissed the

In consequence of this the court dismissed the

EUen Power was charged Constable Curran with being drank and disorderly. The constable deposed that she was very drank and moat disorderly. Alter bring taken to the lock-up she kicked terrible vow. The Hoad-conatabie said be bed written (be police in Tipperary, and they had info
18 August 1877 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
WAN TED

WAN TED

Eminent Firm of Ale Brewers Old and Kmlablt«hed Connection require on Agent for Waterford and District Solvent security required. Apply letter giving fall particulars to Bo* 61, Post Office, Cork, SUBSCRIPTION TO THE" STANDARD in Advance.) Stamped. Unstamped Tarij ... ,*1 o 4 ..
18 August 1877 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY AND COMMERCE

MONEY AND COMMERCE

I I [FROM OUR COWMICIAL CORRESPONDENT.] BuerAs, FRIDAY EVENING, 17th August, 1877. WE have to report a very quiet week's trade in our special manufactures, and although holders of stock might be inclined to meet buyers on easier terms, transactions have been very limited in both
18 August 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland