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OBA ZIN O

OBA ZIN O

OBA ZIN TkBOPOSALS will be received by the undersigned (or the Letting ol the MOUNTAIN GRAZING ol ABBANMOBE ISLAND, Coooty Donegal: about 9,800 Aeru ol excellent Mountain Pasture. A daily Mail Service from the Island Burtonport, from which Port the Wul Donegal Steamship Company's
2 April 1892 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
TRICYCLES!

TRICYCLES!

Goeat A Barrow*' SPECIAL "GIRDER STAB" CYCLES. B*yli*. Tbomu. <t Co.’* •• EXCELSIOR" CYCLES. K - * r,e * Co ’ 9 R" CYCLES. Qamdnuit Cjtl* Co.’* " QOADHANT” CYCLES. Hob*rt, Bird, Co.’* HOBART CYCLES. O. L. Wilton A Co.’* " BEPEBEE" CYCLES. C*n«>tt Bre*. A Wert’* " X CYCLES." Boeh
2 April 1892 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
INDEPENDENT ORDER OP

INDEPENDENT ORDER OP

The qnerterly meetinn thie Teni w«e held I**l in iheir room*. slreei—Br. Wiilieia t,oc»*. Chief Ruler. preeMing. One eendideU mas ii uieted into rormberehip. end two other* were lot inilielion the next meeting. Br. Walker, eterelery, re»d lb* retort for the pert quarter, ehowinß
2 April 1892 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
which punished wlelbar there waa guilty knowledge Ur. Oir—lioT theadlingof unsound mest illegal? Ur. Lougbii-y-Ceitainlv, there is guilty knewledge 0.1

which punished wlelbar there waa guilty knowledge Ur. Oir—lioT theadlingof unsound mest illegal? Ur. Lougbii-y-Ceitainlv, there is guilty knewledge 0.1

tbe p <>t cf defendant. Mi. Orr—But isn’t that matter for petty jury? Mr. Loogbrey—Tbe Crown must prove that be bought it as diseased, and sold it such. Ur. Orr— Don't yon aee that if that argument is earned to iu extreme tba Crown never get c-icvieUon. How could the Crown prove
2 April 1892 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
much iofcrm»ti :-n as he could fr mtb*

much iofcrm»ti :-n as he could fr mtb*

(Laughter, and hc..r. h-*r) The intention was meat laudable one. and it would, o doubt, b* greatly for comfort sod advantage mrrobei* if tba honourable member could have succeeded in inducing ths First Lord of the Treasury to throw tome light upon tba question which was in tbe m
2 April 1892 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
WILL OF THE LATE 818 VICTOR

WILL OF THE LATE 818 VICTOR

Probata the will has been granted, and (including personalty CO7 11s in England) tbe value has been sworn £182,903 of personal estate Sir Victor Alexander Brooke, late of Colebrook* Park, Fermanagh, J.P. and D.L. (high sheriff 1807), who died tbe 23d November. 1891, aged forty-e
2 April 1892 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ojilt his own view*.

ojilt his own view*.

a single tenant farmer the province of Ulster- (Mr. Dickson) knew that province a-s well th# member, a position to say (here was an unanimous desire eu the part of the tenant farmers become owners well occupiers the laud (cheers.) The member proved that from hi.' speech delivere
2 April 1892 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE POOR LAW ELECTIONS.

THE POOR LAW ELECTIONS.

The results the Poor Law election-; so far indicate that except where the Tory plurality or rote has c»>muu»;d with the I<actionust the triumph of ike Nationalists has compleU and significant. North Dublin two Nationalists defeated the Facelonist-*. la Usher’s quay ard the F.icu
2 April 1892 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CAMPBELL’S

CAMPBELL’S

(PATENT) BROAD REED MELODEONS. GRAND NEW MODELS FOR 1802. Melodcom Melodeons Mcl»*JeoiJ9 Malodeons Melodeons Melodeoas Melodeon* Mclodeona Melodeou Melodeou Melodcons NO 110Ml' tIIOUI.O I’M M'ITIIOUT ONE. CVMPBELI/S World-tamed hate Otff-.in and Celestial Tons and Charming Bell
2 April 1892 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. DILLON’S REPLY.

MR. DILLON’S REPLY.

TO EDITOR OF THE FREEMAN AND NATIONAL PRESS March 27.1592. D«ar Sir —I enclose you letter which the lecretary the Preema*’t Journal has received from Mr. Dillon, and which Mr. Dillon has requested should be published in your columns tomorrow. The following is the letter : North
2 April 1892 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland