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THE LONDON AND NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY AND THE DUNDALKHARBOUR COMMISSIONERS.

THE LONDON AND NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY AND THE DUNDALKHARBOUR COMMISSIONERS.

THE LONDON AND NORTR-WJTJTRN RAIL. WAY CWi1PANY AND THE DUNDAK- HARBOUR CQMITSSIONERS. IMPORTANT CONPERRONCE. DIND4LIC, THURSDAY.-Au imporvant matter in dispute between the Harbour Commi~sioners and several of the local mercantile firms was the sub- ject of conference to-day betw
24 August 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EDUCATIONAL.

EDUCATIONAL.

THOMAS CAREY, organist of St Mary, Sbamlon, Cork, will visit Queenstown eveiy Wednesday to give lessons piano, hatmoor, and singing- For fortber particulars, Sonoyside (West), Sunday’s Well.
24 August 1888 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATH OF MR WM. CHAPPELL.

DEATH OF MR WM. CHAPPELL.

DEATH OF WM. CHAPPELL. The death is announced of Mr William Chappell, Fellow the Society Antiquaries, and formerly member of well-known music Uablog firm.
24 August 1888 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PRESBYTERIAN NEWS.

PRESBYTERIAN NEWS.

(FROM OUR CoRRESPONDRNT). The laying of the memorial stone of the new I church at Ballywi~lan, Portrash, on Wednesdav, brought together a large number of spectators. The old church was very anenet, and had beome | very nearly unfit for public worship. The now church, which is in
24 August 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARKET INTELLIGENCE—YESTERDAY.

MARKET INTELLIGENCE—YESTERDAY.

HIAPKET TITELLIENCO YEOiAY, COLONIAL AND FOREIGN PRODUCE. (By Free1man Special Wire.) ' Mincing-lane, London, Thursday. Snugar-The rarket opened with a strong upward-tec- dency, but later a quieter tone prevalled owing to loss activity abroad. German '8V beet was told-August, 14s
24 August 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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DUBLIN: FRIDAY. AUG. 24, 1888.

DUBLIN: FRIDAY. AUG. 24, 1888.

a u Cet ?? jimarnatL I DUBLIN: FRIDAY. AUG. 24, 188S. _ _~ _ _ AT the head of the subscribers to-day to !the Fund to enable the Irish Leader to meet the Times and the Government on somewhat I equal terms is, the sterling and sagacious l Bishop of Elphin, the Most Rev Dr Gillooly.
24 August 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SACRED HEART HOME, DRUMCONDRA.

SACRED HEART HOME, DRUMCONDRA.

[ SACRED HEART HOME, DRUMCONNDRA. The usual weeklv meeting was held at the Home on wednesday. 'fleh Rev Fr Waters, S J, presided. There were present- I ?? T D Snllivan, Mrs Ingham, Miss Scully, Mrs Bulger, Mirs Keating. MIss Faulkner, Miss O'Brien, Mliss Freeman, Mrs Washe, Mrs C
24 August 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
British and Irish steam packet COMPANY. LOOTED. - Intended Sailincrv for LONDON. ASa callin* at FALMOUTH. PLY- molth, soithampton, and

British and Irish steam packet COMPANY. LOOTED. - Intended Sailincrv for LONDON. ASa callin* at FALMOUTH. PLY- molth, soithampton, and

PORTSMOUTH. Saturday. Ss(h inrt.. the -Lady Olive” at 2 pm- r.rrt Cabin, Sfc. 8d ; Cabin. Ifla «d ; Deck. 10a. M. Children between and 12 ymn of aae. Half Farr. FI ret and Second Cabin Return Ticketa, available for Two M<«tba. iaeued at a Fare and a half. of Cabin Ticket* are al
24 August 1888 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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24 August 1888 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SITOATIONS WANTED.

SITOATIONS WANTED.

oharmr for • ' Wantrd »< rxnmlto« M word* ao—Tut r-. Orrß •aAMiop Aaa-taot* la each. ■ hnrprra, Ntrwanl* and Hefei G«- i ?><i*ae*V Marraatß if ■ ch. . •Tww the addnaa aa tOr-ttwtmrmt la at Poet Otoee, fall and fer •aittoto hr rirrw. a* thr aothevitara will ao< •oarey e* drßert t
24 August 1888 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland