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CURItOUS CAS KITLYLEAaoi, TUESDAY.-The monthly court of petty sessions for this district was held to-day, be- fore Makjor Bailie, J.P. (in the chair), and aimes Heron, Esq., J.P. A farmer named John Finlay summoned another farmer named Morrow for that ho, on the 10th of August,
LITT'TETAa IrY IT01 D1C, 2S. TiinV N Tir: j IS, ?? a Scci;L Norol, in three vohitiies, LOndon : J. & P. Maxwell. Wav the anonymous ?? of "Thy Name is Triith" should h ~xe cllc l the noveol a - co ornl` onre it wonild b0 hard to know. 'There os oilod have been some reasoni to caul
"FORETELLER'S NCTES. LsPclTAL TiLEOGEAMI. .ANvDOWi5 PARK, Tauniso.ky NIGrUT.-Doubts were e cuatertained about the Saundown Park Meeting c coen-mencing to-day, for snow was falling heavily at breakfast time this morning, and the course I 1oon became covered. The sun slhone early,
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FO%.U J?TINC', OLD AND NEW. "B." writes in the Pall .lfall Gazette.-In one of TrnUope's later novels-" Marion Fay," I think- he laments thoe plendour and the glitter that in rorent years have been thrown around the sport of hunting, resulting in the partial ?? of its orig-inal en
RIBERNIA1$ JOET STOOK BANEMG1 I' COMPANY.e Yesterday, at 12 o'dCoc, the fift-nnth an'.ut sual meeting of the shareholders of this company d was hold at the Bank, College-green. Thee Ws a very large attendanew of propriotors. The chair n taken by g Mr. MIC alm M nry, Governor. Mr.
4 December 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
ALL Funeral Reequiites at Waler's, Denrzille rtreet * ~JMemrias~5~itEa~ ulot4ttyslitable piatterns ktey .in Stoic. 200varieties English tl'2renue patterus. toiseleo Iron.. The largest issortrneat to eelect from is at Eaton'; Ionreutordr priusee at shoree tnotice Euto's Photo-Odor
10 December 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland