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CAKES The ve»y best all kind#-Rich and Plain. F. H. THOMPSON AND SON,

CAKES The ve»y best all kind#-Rich and Plain. F. H. THOMPSON AND SON,

6 April 1888 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SITUATIONS WANTED.

SITUATIONS WANTED.

YOUNG Protestant girl wishes for situation as childsmaid, Please address 4 Margaret street, Cork. PROVISION bus in era—A man of long experience, thoroughly onuersunds above, wants a situation. CU, this cilice. c 1639 GOOD plain cook wants sUna’.ioa as above a gentleman’s family;
6 April 1888 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSES AND LANDS,

HOUSES AND LANDS,

|~VUEENSTOWN, Cork Harbour-First class hotel in full working order, to let . r solo, well situated, In good repair, and with all necessary appendages, billiard table, etc, for the carrying aa a large business. The invest would be most lucrative for a dob manager, mess man, or an
6 April 1888 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PRICE QS. (}D. PER COTTLE.

PRICE QS. (}D. PER COTTLE.

INVALIDS’ BRANDY. WOODFORD, BOURNE & CO.'S GRAND CHAMPAGNE BRANDY, Fourteen Years old, and cow well known as their Foot Star *• Invalid's Brandy” Is the very ‘finest quality that money can bay; they gaarau lee It perfectly pare, unviixcd and unsweetened, which makes so valuable
6 April 1888 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

suu'62tMARRIE~AGESAND D TEAS.. leD o ! sd 6d foreach 4ditidnatSs*oida ylth- iizr eih they can an no case-be er BIP.T .- - 3lELI% M51alch 31, 1988, at Westbury, Worple WI ?? Wiubiledon, the wife of SamneiBilling, prema- EW1CKMAN5Li-APrfl 1, 1888, at Beachborougb. I llyrie. igent.
6 April 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CLANRICARDE EJECTMENTS.

THE CLANRICARDE EJECTMENTS.

THE CLANRICADI, ED C- I : MENTS.I SEVERAL CASES DISMISSED, WHAT JUDGE BRISN TUiNKS ?? THE RIENT OFFICE. I B1l9inasloe, Thursday. t Mr Thomas Rice Hemn, Q C, County Court| Judge, entered thle courthouse here this mornigi- at II o'clock, and commenced the hearing of eject- mentcCas
6 April 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PARLIAMENT.

PARLIAMENT.

:APA . IAME NT T (BY FREEMAN SPECIAL VIR1S ASD ORDINARY; I TELEGRAPH.) HOUSi E OF OOMMO£NS-Y-ESTEFDAY.- P IThe houeuse rea2scmbled yesterday after the IEaster holidays. When the Speaker took the j chair at tive minutes past.threc there was a very o scanty attendance of rmembers,
6 April 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
H. E. BROWN AND 00.

H. E. BROWN AND 00.

LIUrTTD, nucnviL coach iciLDna. _»T Lrttm rmm. «• rite. UUte .itefbate Ivte. In. ntev tlnnlnn IteT Cntete. ten ate mate. teU, «• hte llte, Ijete. Mateoinyr""' niinj. BT VBCIAL AMJL AfTOUfTMBirT. gsygL TM LABOBBT. AND CHCARBT PLACX rWH, ASD 18 KAVANAOH'S, ii mathoab-bold.* fl fli
6 April 1888 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ALEX. FINDLATER AND CO.1

ALEX. FINDLATER AND CO.1

ALEX. FINDLATER AND CO. TAFPS GRASS SEEDa TE.VHia LAWNS. BLEACHING GREERS. Aft bmn patdiy, Bbould now anwß witto T AIT’S UWl* GRASS SEED, eoDspossd ftnrst dwuf now. TATTS GRAsSS SEED-!, rermenret PiAtore, MeorGd auit ell niU. oonpneed of the end Horen, produce ebundeat rrope of H
6 April 1888 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
I’OHTLAXD STAKES. DOSUVAN EL DORADO voce gba je...

I’OHTLAXD STAKES. DOSUVAN EL DORADO voce gba je...

STAKES. DOSUVAN DORADO voce gba je... 2 Twenty-flre ran. Race eighteen minu'ee late. Mile Sf.llixo -Cantata, 1; had, 3 K.vs ran. Bnexpßiu' Foal Plat*.—Pima colt, 1; Msynooth. 2. Porlock, 3. Eight ran. CATTKRICE BRIDGE RACKS-Fbidat. Bnoioii Hall Platb.—Dal'y, I; Sir John. Ingold «
6 April 1888 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland