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THE DERRY JOURNAL, MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1891.

THE DERRY JOURNAL, MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1891.

TERRIBLE BOILER EXPLOSION, TWENTY-TWO LIVES LOST. Genoa, Saiordat. —The steamer Calabria, belonging to the Italian General Steam Navigation Company, which started at seven o’clock this morning for Leghorn, blew np owing to the bursting of one of her boilers jnst after she left t
14 December 1891 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE PETITIONER RECALLED

THE PETITIONER RECALLED

London, Sitcrdav.— The hearing of this enit was resumed this morning before Ur. Justice Jeune and special jury. Miss Florence St. John, the petitioner, was recalled, and examined Mr. Indorwick on her relations with the intervener. Ur. Arthur Cohen. She knew several members the i
14 December 1891 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
IMPOETANT NOTICE. ABOUT the best place to BORBOW MONEY privately Is from OLD ESTABLISHMENT where the largest Business is done

IMPOETANT NOTICE. ABOUT the best place to BORBOW MONEY privately Is from OLD ESTABLISHMENT where the largest Business is done

and the best Terms given the Borrower. is the PRIVATE ADVANCE BANK, 5, Castle-street, Derry, where Advances are made, from £lO to £l,OOO. daily, without Securities, and at exceptionally Moderate Interest, no matter what the position of the Applicant or for what purpose the Money
14 December 1891 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
WILLIAM - STREET INN. (Only Tw Minutes' Walk frem the Quay,) THE above Boom provided with every Accommodation (or Travellers

WILLIAM - STREET INN. (Only Tw Minutes' Walk frem the Quay,) THE above Boom provided with every Accommodation (or Travellers

and Emigrants, and Charges will be found strictly Moderate. WINES, BRANDIES. WHISKIES, &c., Of Superior Quality, WILLIAM ‘COOL, PROPRIETOR. William-itnet.
14 December 1891 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
BOILING WATER OR MILK.

BOILING WATER OR MILK.

BOILING WATER MILK. Lamps Lamps; Lamps; ••TELESCOPIC FLOOR LAMPS.’* •TABLE LAMPS. ’ READING LAMPS.’ .. ini LAMPS. * BRACKET LAMPS. A Choice AacortuMKil Now on View. ROBERT G. GATCHELL & SOX DAWSON STREET, DUBLIN. FINEST PETROLEUM. ••EASTERN STAR” BRAND. BRIGHTEST, SAFEST, CHEAPES
14 December 1891 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MOSEY.

MOSEY.

AAA 10 by Dish Vr -W Discount flVVesunoreland suect, Dublin, on Loaves and every description approved security, bills discounted. *#•>•_> |vo A'2s Notes of Gentlemen °l Poaiiiou. fcsptws* bans, Ifll s preen. Dublin, bee prospectus. oc UoTctuoua, Esutce, Proi>eri), Ac. Express i,
14 December 1891 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY.

ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY.

There will a general meeting the Royal Irish Academy at House, No 18 Daweon street, to day at four o’clock. Paper* to be read—l, the Secretary, for A K Wright, M D. Study the lutravasoalar Coagulation produced by the Injection of Wooldridge’s Tisaue-hbrinogeu.” communicated by D
14 December 1891 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUPPLY TWENTY-TWO VARIETIES OF CHRISTMAS HAMPERS. IN EVERY DEPARTMENT

SUPPLY TWENTY-TWO VARIETIES OF CHRISTMAS HAMPERS. IN EVERY DEPARTMENT

THE FINEST QUALITY
14 December 1891 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHIEF SECRETARY.

THE CHIEF SECRETARY.

The Right Hon William Jackson, M P, Chief Secretary for Ireland, has arrived in Dublin from England* ILLNESS OP SIR JOHN BANKS. We much regret to hear that Sir John Banks, KC B, is confined to his bed with attack of influenza. On inquiry ant sight learned that condition ts much
14 December 1891 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUKE OP DEVONSHIRE.

THE DUKE OP DEVONSHIRE.

The Duke of Devonshire passed a restless night, but there was change in condition on Saturday. Tbe following bulletin was received last night at Devonshire House—“ Tho Duke of Devonshire is weaker this evening.”
14 December 1891 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland