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IMPORTANT NOTICE.

IMPORTANT NOTICE.

JOSEPH CAREW, of John's Hill, begs to inform the Public and Gentry of the surrounding districts that he is prepared to take orders for the FR A MING OF PICTURES, Cleaning and Stretching Oil Paintings andOleographe at moderate terms. A variety of Mouldings always in stock. Guaran
5 May 1888 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
UPHOLSTERING.

UPHOLSTERING.

DA.VXD I K R (Late of JAMES R. SCOTT’S, WATERFORD). BEGS to inform the nobility and public of Waterford and surrounding district, that he is prepared to do Upholstering of all kinds, having considerable experience in some of the best West End Houses in London. Csn good workmansh
5 May 1888 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
FACTORY

FACTORY

BELFAST. JOHN ADAIR, Waterford, For County Waterford, Tipperary Kilkenny' HESPERIA For the Bakehonse. 4 VERMILION For the Bakehonse- '‘BRILLIANT” For the Bakehonse & Retail. ■‘ARDMORE >, For Retail. BULK* FLAVOUR & COLOUR Uniform Excellence. ROSS T, SMYTH & CO.. y Liverpool.
2 May 1888 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
AUDITING THE ACCOUNTH.

AUDITING THE ACCOUNTH.

The President announced that the accounts had been duly audited. .sMOKINO IN TUB SOCIKTV’S ROOMS. Mr Aud ley, pursuant to notice, moved that byelaw 5 be amended, so as to allow smoking on the society's premises. He had a further motion on the paper—** That the large room ou the
2 May 1888 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
ATTACK OF THE OLD ENEMY.

ATTACK OF THE OLD ENEMY.

Mr Alexander Ambrose, of Stableton Damerham, near Salisbury, had for a long time been martyr to rheumatism the knee. Ho writes as follows 1 had intended to have written you before, but I have been waiting to aeo attack of the old enemy came on again. After suffering from rheumat
2 May 1888 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
A MEETING OF RATEPAYERS.

A MEETING OF RATEPAYERS.

I A X1EEtING'OF RATEPATERS. t In, consequence of a circalar :having been for- j d warded by'the Lawr Agent of. the Corporation to | - .several atepayers asfolows:-# Law Agent's Office, City Hall. , O T ?? -StI t 1uhNle receivedl instructions from" the Public Hlealth Conmmittee of
3 May 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

?? Mleiriorrx Cards at '8ton 8 ' the largeettstortrment 1J 4w ritn is i ae Ekten'; s unapies aent ?? free ceo ap; pl: x oon; she apest, and beet in quality, design.- ,r e re :.r E}arcn s; Irish, Entjlisb, andc Frsneb patte ns; - ia:]s'lsots Mionrtory Cards aN speciality; Church P
2 May 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TITHE WAR.

THE TITHE WAR.

TjEgTI ?? WXRi:1 A. ' _ -_ :. ?? , l -wKGRA1GUE TO OARRIOKSHOCK. . btlnid is' becming perfectly-tranquil.' The National League is dead., Natonal timent, if there ever, was such a thing, has become extinct Order re:gns in Dablin. Balfour is triumphant At thg neit'general election
2 May 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ELECTION FOR ST. STEPHEN'S-GREEN DIVISION.

THE ELECTION FOR ST. STEPHEN'S-GREEN DIVISION.

LTHE ELECTION FOR ST. STEPHBEN'SGREEN DIVISION. :1 0 ARRIVAL OF MR. A. DICKSON. WHAT HE THINKS ABOUT THE CONTEST. Mr. Thomas A. Dickson arrived at Kingstown last evening by the mail steamer, and waas met on i the pier by Mr-Ambrose Plrakett; his conducting agent, and by a represe
4 May 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN SOCIETY'S MUSICAL RECITALS.

THE DUBLIN SOCIETY'S MUSICAL RECITALS.

;TE ]MYBLIN -SOIETY'S MUSICAL . i: ' - 'ItFCITALS.. The last of the series of reitals of classicalj chamber .musc, ,given, by ?? lublin So-| Lc'iety, which hlas proved such a- boon- to levers of. that class of 'music, was givenr at four-o'clock. yesterday ?? the <theatre of s ??
1 May 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland