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DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN DUBLIN.

DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN DUBLIN.

MESSRS. DORMON'S FURNITURE WAREHOUSE DESTROYED. ■ » Last night, shortly before twelve o'clock, a disastrous hie occurred the Messrs l>-u*»u and 113 and titopha*'* giaen, lU| - fire wse hist observed by Constables Adamsoa and Co* Division, who were duty close by. They saw smoke i
20 May 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
pnnrrrn/irs riemr. TWo ot three Impro?er* to wanted.' Apply to Gardiner, I'albul street, TYPFWKI I'KRS; wanted a smart well4>dur.iie.| young

pnnrrrn/irs riemr. TWo ot three Impro?er* to wanted.' Apply to Gardiner, I'albul street, TYPFWKI I'KRS; wanted a smart well4>dur.iie.| young

U> work a Typewriter; U'>«.aa free Oernird, Umthcre, Printer*. 3T Stephens ereen' Dublin. p2736hj ' nraiKeiUto the nrev«ni.ikin* wanted. Ap«i« " Mni Kinely, & ■trvel. \'OU*ll l wanted >< Avd'tint tor Chin* Ulan*, Hardware biuinrvi. Apply Cr..fi u Lower Mreet. piaki ACCOUNTANT: w
11 May 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Dr. de Jonqh's Light Brown Cod Liter Oil.— In cases of Chronic Cough its efficacy is uueqnalled. Hunter Scrapie, Physician

Dr. de Jonqh's Light Brown Cod Liter Oil.— In cases of Chronic Cough its efficacy is uueqnalled. Hunter Scrapie, Physician

to the Hospital for Diseases of the Throat and Chest writes:--" have long been aware of the great reputation enjoyed the Light Brown Cod Lirer Oil introduced into medical practice by Dr and hare recommended it with the ntmost confidence. I have found de Jongh's very useful in ca
11 May 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LOW Kit, the * ■ fif* K N ' t FARADS Lot 101-Tlie Hoa«J« N '" in'lhi and and PAKAI'r-.

LOW Kit, the * ■ fif* K N ' t FARADS Lot 101-Tlie Hoa«J« N '" in'lhi and and PAKAI'r-.

gg, and I'*1'* an.l held portly under .tine l(m. T»nennder «»nie valuation, jj, and * BI ,1 I-.T 102—IV" HTBKKT. 10 htrkkt, 6 t« 2a uri ' l „ tt of the J*» l„ the Put* S< 10th JjUy. ■ ' i)uaUo °' Hoiipr- '.J.d^hlld'nndot strkh.lß «»•" m ' *°*' MU.M) grant ><■- * *" UlJ ' „ ment
11 May 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORRESPONDENCE. —I—♦1—♦ BFCCIAL WIRE.) (PROM ODR own correspondent.) 211 Strand, W.C., Thursday Morning. heard yesterday, on the best authority,

LONDON CORRESPONDENCE. —I—♦1—♦ BFCCIAL WIRE.) (PROM ODR own correspondent.) 211 Strand, W.C., Thursday Morning. heard yesterday, on the best authority,

, ' compliance with the request of the deputation from the Corporation of Dublin introduced to him a couple of weeks ago by exton, Chief Secretary has made arrangements with the Treasury to allow the Corporation to borrow £100,000 from the Works to commence tho work in connectio
26 May 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Freenran's Journal and National Press.

The Freenran's Journal and National Press.

DI7ELIN FRIDAY, MAT 27, 1692. Lord Spencer yesterday opened Broughton, near Manchester, exhibition Irish industries from the district. The Standard Sank, Melbourne, which some time ago suspended payment, will re-open its doers and resume business on Monday next. The Durham Miner
27 May 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Madame Patti has returned from latest tour in the United States, which, like all the rest, was literally a via

Madame Patti has returned from latest tour in the United States, which, like all the rest, was literally a via

triuuiphalis. She was interviewed Liverpool Wednesday her arrival in the City New York, and was enthusiastic in her praises of the Americans. There is reason for the diva's enthusiasm. The tour consisted thirty-seven concerts the principal cities. In addition to her ordinary eng
27 May 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ST. MALACHY'S ORPHAN CHARITY.

ST. MALACHY'S ORPHAN CHARITY.

The -mnual appeal for the charity will be Sunday next St Paul's Church, Arran the Rev James Anderson ,C C, after the First, Uospel ef »h. Mas* Th. orphanage I'™™* on ® n>"«t useful Dublin, aud all the boys received are apprenticed ta a trade before they leave. There are present
27 May 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OF SIU CHARLES BUTT. London, Thursday. Mr. Justice taking hia seat a* the Law Courts this morning announced that Sir

OF SIU CHARLES BUTT. London, Thursday. Mr. Justice taking hia seat a* the Law Courts this morning announced that Sir

Butt, President the Dirorce Court, whe had been for time past,died yesterday. immediate cause of Sir Charles Butt's death was paralysis the heart. Lady Butt waa with her husbasd when tha sad event occurred. learned judge's death came aaa greatsurpriae tatha English Bench and Bar
27 May 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROFESSOR TYNDALL AGAIN RAVING.

PROFESSOR TYNDALL AGAIN RAVING.

London, Thursday. The Rural World of to-morrow publishes the following letter from Professor Tyndall in reference recant appeal in that journal to British Nonconformists the subject Home Rule: " The appeal from Irish to English Nonconformists has (he saya) entire sympathy and ap
27 May 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland