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PROVISIONAL OCT-DOOR RELIEF.

PROVISIONAL OCT-DOOR RELIEF.

The Local Government Board wrote in reference to an able-bodied man named Patrick Lawlor, to whom provisional out-door relief has been afforded, but who is unwilling to enter the workhouse, and stating that while this man and his family are in good health, the guardians cannot,
24 October 1888 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
Y.W.C. A., TRALEE.

Y.W.C. A., TRALEE.

nndervtand that the Hon.jEmily Kinnaird it expected to hold meeting in connection with the Young Women's Christian Association in the Faro, dual School-house, Tralee, Friday evening next, IJSO. It is hoped that the meeting, which ie not restricted to members, will be well attend
24 October 1888 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
6ARRISBV AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB

6ARRISBV AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB

■fHE PERFORMANCE OF “The Charcoal Burner,” Which was announced to be held THURSDAY A FRIDAY, 25th and 26th Inat, IS TOAVOIDABA.Y POSTPONED Until further Notice. October 94th. 1868.
24 October 1888 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
tlenci* Infoi »• tlu* I’arn.-ll Gotuuiissiot!. Hit-hard is the Court wiie All the Kerry witnesses have hot Arrived yet, and

tlenci* Infoi »• tlu* I’arn.-ll Gotuuiissiot!. Hit-hard is the Court wiie All the Kerry witnesses have hot Arrived yet, and

only appear in court when expected to Imj called the evidence Mr. Philip re forward with consideitilde in e' Cry The most profound interest liy* the not aides in ia>urt.
24 October 1888 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
HOME AND COLONIAI

HOME AND COLONIAI

for AcctU* ii c.Newj need 3 p*r Ccut . Reduced 2k per ... Reduced 3| per Cent Loenl Loam Indl»A| per Cent... IndidSpetOeaft... Bask EnnUnd Stock Metpol. Bd Work* Si p.O Hetpol. Bd Wortw S».e-. Crp'ntion London i\ p.c Biralnjrbam Corporation... Ureipool ... Caoe per Cent ... :: Q
24 October 1888 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
J SES.

J SES.

PIA. Aqrkat hunters e place RIDAT, At the IRIS! 31TION, LONDON, The Mr P. Really, blla, Indadlnr Boceea of the Champion Cup the Ezb Sad Prise the D ■yiOTORIA BE REPOSITORY, Placb. Tilly Begs Info Cuatemm BUNTEZ Up tor Also Earn ess Her Friends aad ALLENDALE, DRUMCONDRA. W!-, 1.
24 October 1888 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DOMESTIC SERVANTS WANTED

DOMESTIC SERVANTS WANTED

T Mr* Moody** I’m, Coontry Smsati required; lodiea can Tealfable dally. A vacancies for raapadabla mad effioeal Ben mad Mmmta Mr* Clemen U' o2ct. 4 Booth Anne atreet. A T lira Bate* (Jonior) Ofice, Booth Abb* etrars. Waatad fliat elaaa Boaaa Parleoraaalda.Pro. tcataat, to *aaat
24 October 1888 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MUSICAL NOTES.

MUSICAL NOTES.

Tk* aizU> Briitol P»Ur*l Jm* jkitwtaSr «b« >«»it »••• p*" j -oti. having tea .» woold have la,. rttaalu to tt.inuml li«<« 1» tot than woo oofortnootolj ptrCTptiWv oast f«oml public oathnsjotM. most of the performances were m»*«“ treme, and consequence the SCO * had to forward an
24 October 1888 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INSURANCES.

INSURANCES.

LOANS with Life Assn ranee. Applieatlons for personal eacnrity entertained liberal terms. DAVID AND SONS, 41 Saoxvim.* granxT. PROVIDENT INSTITUTION FOR MUTUAL LIFE ASSUBANCE. the last Profits *812.000 Cesh was apportioned amongst the m#Bih«rs. being more than per cent, the amou
24 October 1888 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPECIFIC ARTICLES FOR SALE.

SPECIFIC ARTICLES FOR SALE.

BOTTLED ALE in perfection—Allsopp's India Pale Ale. Man li brew. Uatled in April, 2-. 4d. per dozen, forca-h. P. J. Marlow, South Mall. Cork. c!746 ('1 RAND Whiskey, 3-. CM. per bottle, liearing X" John Jameson and Son’s own signature guaranteeing purity, age six years, bottled
24 October 1888 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland