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,FOR SALE. ESTABLISHED 7842. ROYAL VICTORIA HO4RISE BA.ZAAP 31 AtD 33 CHIraeSTZA STREET, i; A:Dn i 3,. ?AOfBOMtR1 STaaIB ELVAT. TOHN RBSlSON bega to intimate that he has always on hands, for Private Sale, 1 wfw NEW AlTD SECOND-lHA.X OAR- I50 RIAGES of al1 description ; also 100'I
13 May 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

J ?? BY OUR PRIVATE WIDE BELFYA nEWS-LnTTER OrnicE, 169, FLEET STREET, B.C.,TEiuRsDnK Y NItST. RI xaGIY Ministerial cheers greeted Mr. Bousfield, the new member for North Hackney, as he walked to the table of the House of Conmmons this evening c to take his seat, his sponsors bei
13 May 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ULSTER UNIONIST CONVENTION.

THE ULSTER UNIONIST CONVENTION.

SOUTH PARLIAMENTARY DIVISION. A A preliminary meeting of the South Parliamen- e tary Division, in connection with the Ulster f Unionist Convention, was held last evening in the f Convention Rootns, 13, Lombard Street, in response . to a summons issued by Messrs. Adam Dafin and f
13 May 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARKET INTELLIGENCE-Yesterday.

MARKET INTELLIGENCE-Yesterday.

MARK LANK.—Mat 12. (SPECIAL TELEGRAM.) the Baltic to-day cargoes of wheat that can get French porta by the end of the month were firm, but other positions ruled quiet; 36s lid, Continent, bid for Walla, due; and Walla, February bill of lading, sold at 6d; the Crawford, steamer,
13 May 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. JAMES STEPHENS.

MR. JAMES STEPHENS.

A bather ill-judged and ungracious attempt was made last evening to turn the proceedings connected with the presentation of a cottage to Mr. James Stephens into a Factionist demonstration. Considering that the majority of the uren of '67 who are still active in Irish politics, a
13 May 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LAND COMMISSION OFFICE.

THE LAND COMMISSION OFFICE.

Civil Service officials in Dublin, who have won their posts by fair, open competition, are much exercised over the Chief Secretary's reply to the question recently addressed to him in Parliament by Mr. Swift MacNcill, M.P, the above subject. Mr. Jackson admitted that no fewer th
13 May 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PARLIAMENT.

PARLIAMENT.

B *®ClAI. WIRE AJfDORDINABY TELEGRAPH. UOUSI-OF LORDS—YESTERDAY. •Jr.*. a"* Cau,c,u - 0 » hi* on a quarter put lour o'clock. THE CONVEYANCING BILL. fl T*? >rt °J amendment* to th* Conveyo«\l BiU *' Pr,pert y Ac * 1881 - Amond. d propose.! th* insertion waa""^ Ctl providing that
13 May 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOCIETY FOR PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS.

SOCIETY FOR PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS.

SOCIETY FOR PREVENTION OF CRUELTY ANIMALS. Th*' weekly meeting th* th* Society for th* I'rsvenMou of Cruelty Animal* held the office, 80 Westmoreland street, yeatordiy. Th«(followingw*r*pree*nt:—DrOarvay (in the oh*ir)| Burgeon Martin, M D; D Tottenham, JP; aad w Dean*. Order* wa
13 May 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAWN TENNIS.

LAWN TENNIS.

T,I|« nbpve »Bfetlni| fa. wiftMtiH.'l the - b>.*t Piwi»H slid I'lufsr W»H#f PlflWlfefelA* tiyp vmn,p.- . fhM mwh i*»* 4 4 iu UttUUfi, fifSMrFO*) flfklt, Pi *11 Mil WIH Iff PAW* l-IWil pits. SHiiii beat MwUu, II Slokiif (I piiwntlief., 6-4, 6-1. finodbody bMtJJ Pii, 61, 6-j. Lou
13 May 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Throat *jn> - 3orr> a! A nois. tickling anJ irritation, inducing cMijh ting the voice. For these symptoms EOT* tHy®"""*

Throat *jn> - 3orr> a! A nois. tickling anJ irritation, inducing cMijh ting the voice. For these symptoms EOT* tHy®"""*

Jujubes. In contact with the glands at tiu the act of ...eking, the Moore.'iu hid *o:» on " Nose and Throat f>ke mm—" The Glycerine J u.iubes prepared and are nndoabt«d ant-Tic* a» a tin «eet," while I>r Gordon Holmes. Senior Ph>«^" M the Municipal Throat and Ear luminary. After
13 May 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland