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THE A???SHOP OF DUBLIN.

THE A???SHOP OF DUBLIN.

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6 June 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PUBLIC MEETING.

THE PUBLIC MEETING.

SPEECHES BY MESSRS T. P.:OCONNOR, JOHN DILLON, D. CRILLY AND E. V. KNOX, M.PY Bradford, Sunday. three o'clock thin afternoon public meeting look place George'* H»U. The building, "Inch i* capable seating about 6,000 peraon*, waa thronged for some time before the proceeding. comm
6 June 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MISCELLANEOUS MESSRS J MURPHY & CO, LIMITKD, LADYSWELL BREWERY, CORK, Will eahiblt their atom la Battle At the DISTILLERS AMD

MISCELLANEOUS MESSRS J MURPHY & CO, LIMITKD, LADYSWELL BREWERY, CORK, Will eahiblt their atom la Battle At the DISTILLERS AMD

BREWERS' EXHIBITION. be held in Rotunda, Dublin, Ni In August Next. UEAI.Y, Secratar) ler street, Dublin. PURE ALTAR WINK BWBET, MEDIUM, OB DRY. 30/- PER DOZtiN, Bottles Included. Three uul upwards carriage paid to any Railway Station Samples Free on Application. KELLY BROTHEItS
6 June 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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6 June 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
continue "appointments WANTED. , _ mwted"Vod writer; quick *1.5 correct B*urf». Ad dress 7500, Freeman office. MILI.INK.RY and -sales; ft

continue "appointments WANTED. , _ mwted"Vod writer; quick *1.5 correct B*urf». Ad dress 7500, Freeman office. MILI.INK.RY and -sales; ft

young - j engagement t<> the abore; 1* »_* , A( j. ■alenwomiui; highest reference; moderate "alary. dress 7506, Oflice. ~ MILUNKRV and Sales young Girl »f yea™ •*" , in a flrst class city l.ou»c, «Lsh« anen fagement indoor ; highest reference. Address TOM. Freeman Office. . _ ,
6 June 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICAN LINK

AMERICAN LINK

I.7NMID STATES MAIL' STEAMERS LIVERPOOL TO PHILADELPHIA digi e , EVERY WEDNESDAY. full-p wered Iron Etaimshipe. Accommodation &passengers equal to any European Line. Paesengere and Goods landed at Philadelphia In the Wharf of the PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD. ta TX/ BET AND ROUTE 14 T
6 June 1892 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
80IITHAMPFON TO CORK.

80IITHAMPFON TO CORK.

Every Friday Morning, via Plymouth. PLYMOUTH TO CORK. Every Saturday Morning, about 8 o'clock. • TO NEWPORT AND CARDIFF. Monday, §th, 2 Aft I Monday, 20th, Aft Monday, 13th, 5,1 Aft I Monday, 27th,5i Mt NEWPORT TO CORK, VIA CARDIFF. Wednesday, Ist, M'n Wednesday,22d, liWn Wednes
6 June 1892 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORK DAILY HERALD AND WEEKLY HERALD

THE CORK DAILY HERALD AND WEEKLY HERALD

CAN BE HAD IN LIMERICK PROM JOHN GRIFFIN WICKHAH-ST. & WILLIAM-ST.
6 June 1892 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE RECENT SUDDEN DEATH IN THE Cl T Y.

THE RECENT SUDDEN DEATH IN THE Cl T Y.

INQUEST. On Saturday afternoon at 3.30 o'clock, Coroner A. Blake (solicitor) held an inquest on the body of John Forrest, aged 36 years, residing at 1 O'Connell street, who died suddenly the previous evening about six o'clock. The jury having been sworn, Evidence was produced to
6 June 1892 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PIGEON RACE FROM KILKENNY TO CORK.

PIGEON RACE FROM KILKENNY TO CORK.

A pigeon race was startad yesterday from,Kilkenny to Cork (Liberty-street), under the auspices of the Cork Workingmen's Club. Two couples competed, and there were two prizes of , £5 each offered. The following were the owners of the birds—Mr J. Gorman, Boyce's-street ; Mr T. O'C
6 June 1892 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland