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BLACKROCK TOWN COMMISSIONERS.

BLACKROCK TOWN COMMISSIONERS.

Yesterday a meeting of the Blackrock Tottqship Commissioners was held the Town Hall, Mr J J Robinson, V C. presiding. The other Commissioners present C W Betbam, Colonel D Browne. JP. D I.; Michael Crowe, P; James Canning, J H Colclough, J P; Joseph Glennon, Jonathan Goodbody. W
16 June 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WEAPONS OF DESPAIR.

WEAPONS OF DESPAIR.

Tub Nationalists of Dublin yesterday victoriously asserted their right free speech and free meeting. A most successful open-air meeting was held in support of William Murphy's oandldatnre for the Bt. Patrick's Division the city. The ludicrous attempt of a gang of rowdies organis
27 June 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GREAT MEETING IN ARKLOW.

GREAT MEETING IN ARKLOW.

Yesterday splendid demonstration in support of the Nationalist candidates for East and West was held at Arklow, and was addressed by T Hoaly, P. Great pressure on our spaoe obliges us held over our report until to-morrow.
27 June 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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27 June 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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27 June 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

BELFAST CORPORATION ,ACCOUNTS. LOCAL GOVERNMENT (IRELAND-ACT-, 3 4& 3~5 SWIG', CAP. 10.9. ABSTRACT OF THE ACClllOUNTSA OPUTRE BEV STC MRAA ?? WAV ?? nn prmnn. FPT.R vvn-r.n ?? I~lq~W~ TT.RTT, A" A~-nnrrnnAIC 4 ann urnav annrnannrnc Sm EXPENDITURE. UNDER THE SEVERAL HEADS DURING T
15 June 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTEt GEKCE I: - w ^ CUSTODY COURT-yETnrenr Before Messrs. F. J. NioCaRn, Ei., ad Tzos3hr. BowNE, 3.P. LA2CENIES. Sergeant lleatley charged Mary Murraywrith tbu larceny of a quantity of cloth and a square of soap the property of Matilda Bennett, and also wibithte larceny o
15 June 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE GENERAL ELECTION.

THE GENERAL ELECTION.

The Federation convention for County West- meath was held yesterday at Mullingar. Messrs. Tuite and Donal Sullivan, the sitting members, were chosen as candidates for two divisions. Mr. Charles O'Donoghue, of Ballinetown Court, will be the Parnellite candidate for South Westmeat
15 June 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE GENERAL ELECTION.

THE GENERAL ELECTION.

THE GiENERAL ELECTION* 1 : R. BALFOUORS ADDRESS. THE HOME RULE QUESTION AND THE CONS:BTVT PkOOGRkMME. Loin*2 , Fsgjwn NXGia.-TlTe Press Aooias tion states that- the following, is the text of Mr Balfoues address ito the electors of East Man- ehester .-Qenytiefeu - Seven Vears have
25 June 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOME RULE.

HOME RULE.

HOMB RULE. By A DUBLIN UNIONIST. 'I ?? S the belief that Home Rule is dead, and if, as in the case of the familiar Cock Robin rhyme, I was asked who killed Home Rule, the answer would be, "We, the Home Rulers.-Arch- bishop of Dublin. Who killed Home Rule ? "'Twas I," said Paraell
25 June 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland